Our primary goal is empowering low-income families, Veterans, and homeless  become financially self-sufficient

Supporting and empowering people in need is what constitute the primary goal of our ministry. Our ministry of service extends across Maryland, Virginia, and District of Columbia to help those who need us most. We aim to meet the needs within our community; that's why we create programs designed to reach those who need our help. These programs not only assist individuals, veterans and families, but provide them with the tools to become successful for the rest of their life.

Programs of Focus

Preventing veterans and their families from becoming homeless in the Maryland areas.

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Providing veterans help to end homelessness for those already on the street and prevent others from becoming homeless in Indianapolis.

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Providing job-readiness and training services to help veterans reach self-sufficiency through long-term employme

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Fresh Start Recovery Center

Residential substance use disorder treatment for mothers and their children in Maryland and surrounding areas.

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Out Patient Treatement

Providing innovative, results-driven substance abuse and mental health treatment services in Maryland.

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Turning Point Recovery Center

A Maryland residential substance use disorder treatment program for men and women involved in the criminal justice system. 

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Clinical treatment programs to help ex-offenders become productive members of the community in Maryland and surrounding areas.

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Self-sufficient Income for Homeless

Preventing homelessness and empowering low income individuals become economic self-sufficcient

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