RECOVERY SERVICES2017-09-30T04:48:01+00:00

Recovery Services

United Communities Against Poverty Capitol Heights

Capitol Heights, MD 20731
301-322-5700

Agency that provides HUD Approved Housing Assistance Programs

 

United Communities Against Poverty – Progressive Path Program (path)

1400 Doewood LaneCapitol Heights, MD 20731
301-322-5700

The Progressive Path Program (PATH) provides permanent housing with supportive services for persons with disabilities. Services include: – Mental health – Life skills training – Case management – Housing placement – Job training – GED preparation For more information contact United Communities Against Poverty or visit the United Communities Against Poverty website.

 

United Communities Against Poverty – Shepherd’s Cove (for Women)

1400 Doewood LaneCapitol Heights, MD 20731
301-322-5700

Shepherd’s Cove provides emergency shelter for homeless women in crisis. The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day. Services include: – One-on-One Case Management Services – Home Cooked Meals – Continuing Education Classes – Day Care Services for infants and pre-school children – Monthly activities provided by community organizations For more information contact United Communities Against Poverty or visit the United Communities Against Poverty website

 

American Rescue Workers – Christian Addiction Program (for Men)

716 Ritchie Road
Capitol Heights, MD 2074
301-336-6200

The Christian Addiction Program is a 9 month Christian based boot camp for men wishing to recover from substance abuse. For more information contact American Rescue Workers or visit the American Rescue Workers website.

 

Catholic Charities – Sarah’s House

Fort Meade, MD 20755
410-551-7722

Sarah’s House is a supportive housing program, offering emergency and transitional housing with an array of other services for homeless families

 

Arundel House Of Hope – Permanent Housing Program

514 N. Crain Highway, Suite K
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(410) 863-4888

The Permanent Housing Program provides affordable permanent housing for homeless and disabled individuals. For more information contact Arundel House of Hope or visit the Arundel House of Hope website.

 

Arundel House Of Hope – The Fouse Center (for Men)

514 North Crain HWY, STE K
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(410) 863-4888

Arundel House of Hope, Inc. (AHOH) serves homeless men and women throughout Anne Arundel County, Maryland empowering individuals to seize opportunity for change and assisting with the integration from homelessness to Independence. Supported by a membership of over 75 community churches, organizations, and over 2,000 volunteers, AHOH is one of the few homeless services groups in the county that offers a continuum of housing and support to individuals from the moment they become homeless through reintegration into permanent independent living.  Through its efforts, AHOH serves over thirty percent of the county’s homeless or over 500 individuals annually improving the quality of their lives as well as those of the residents and business community in Anne Arundel County.

 

Samaritan House Annapolis Halfway House

2610 Greenbrier LnAnnapolis, MD 21401
410-269-5605

Non-Profit Organization, Halfway House, Substance Abuse Treatment.Non-Profit Organization, Halfway House, Substance Abuse Treatment.Admission Criteria: Admission is available to adult males with a primary diagnosis of Substance Abuse Disorder, who meet placement criteria defined by ASAM.  Must be capable of self-care. Must be substance free, be physically, mentally able to seek and maintain employment able be financially responsible for fees.  Must be referred by a professional addiction counselor from an Intermediate Care Facility, Intensive Outpatient Program or Jail Based Substance Abuse program.  Each client must have a face-to-face screening interview.  Interviews are only done on Wednesdays.

 

Haven Transitional Housing (HIV/AIDS) Arnold

P.O. Box 514Arnold, MD 21012
410-224-2437

Transitional HousingTransitional to long-term housing for HIV positive homeless men. This is not an emergency shelter.Fees may apply for this Transitional Housing resource. Contact Haven Transitional Housing (hiv/aids) with the contact information we provided to get full details. Oftentimes you can apply for sliding scale fee payment or other options if you are low income. You will need to speak with them to see if you qualify.

 

Anchor House Transitional Housing Annapolis

206 West StreetAnnapolis, MD 21401
410-268-0182

Transitional Housing
Transitional shelter, Self-sufficiency support services, Transitional family. 20 beds in 2 apartments. 3 Units 2-4 years. 2 parent families.Fees may apply for this Transitional Housing resource. Contact Anchor House Transitional Housing with the contact information we provided to get full details. Oftentimes you can apply for sliding scale fee payment or other options if you are low income. You will need to speak with them to see if you qualify.

 

Senior Living Foundation Of The American Foreign Service Inc. Washington

Washington, DC 21113
(202)887-8170

Non-Profit Organization that provides housing assistanceThis is a Non-Profit Organization that may be able to provide housing assistance. Review the details below:
The Mission Of The Senior Living Foundation Of The American Foreign Service Is To Provide Support To Retired Foreign Service Personnel And Their Spouses (Including Surviving Or Divorced Spouses) And, On The Basis Of Need, To Defray The Cost Of Home Health Care Services, Senior Housing, Long Term Care Insurance, Or Other Senior Services That Contribute To The Health And Security Of The Retired Foreign Service Family.

 

The Light House Shelter – Anchor House

10 Hudson StAnnapolis, MD 21401
410-268-0182

Anchor House provides up to 2 years of transitional housing for homeless families with children. For more information contact The Light House Shelter or visit the The Light House Shelter website.

 

The Light House Shelter – Light House Shelter

Annapolis, MD 21401
410-263-1835

The Light House Shelter provides emergency shelter for both individuals and families. The facility is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The shelter consists of 15 beds. For more information contact the Light House Shelter or visit The Light House Shelter website.

 

YWCA – Arden House (for Women And Children)

1517 Ritchie Hwy Arnold, MD 21012
410-626-7800

Crisis Hotline: 410-222-6800 Arden House provides emergency shelter for women and women with children fleeing domestic violence. The shelter consists of 21 beds and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information contact Arden House or call the Crisis Hotline