Project PLASE (People Lacking Ample Shelter and Employment) addresses homelessness in Baltimore by providing temporary housing, permanent housing and supportive services to homeless adults and families. We serve the most vulnerable and underserved, including persons with mental illness, HIV/AIDS, addiction, developmental disabilities, and ex-offenders, etc. We treat, restore and rehabilitate the whole person. We empower each individual to function at the highest level possible.
Our philosophy is to stand with and serve marginalized and underprivileged individuals and families who lack access to resources in the larger community. We help persons in need through advocating for and accessing resources to meet our client's needs.
Permanent Housing Programs
Our Permanent Housing Programs enable veterans, families, and individuals to become as financially, medically, and socially independent as possible.
Temporary Housing Program
Our Temporary Housing Program combines case management, safe and accommodating housing, medical assistance and counseling to help clients move into permanent housing.
Important Info about COVID-19
Project PLASE continues to update its response to COVID-19. Below contains pertinent information about how we are keeping our clients, staff, and volunteers safe during this outbreak. With any additional questions about how PLASE is handling the COVID outbreak; please email us at email@example.com.
Project PLASE: Our Stories
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