Low-income, men who are experiencing homelessness are provided with housing and supportive services
Earl’s Place is a transitional housing project in Baltimore City. Our namesake, Earl Johnson was a guest and volunteer at the Supper Club soup kitchen until his death.
- Earl’s Place provides seventeen men with a stable address, and a place to receive mail and phone calls. Perhaps most importantly, Earl’s Place is a place to call home. Concerns such as having a clean, safe place to sleep, shower and keep their belongings are alleviated.
- The Case Manager works with the men to develop both short and long-term goals and locate community services including health care, education, job training and permanent housing.
- The men may remain in the program for up to two years.
- On average, 70 percent or more maintain stable housing.
Prospect Place is a permanent supportive housing project in Baltimore County. It opened in November 2015.
- Located in the Rosedale area of Baltimore County, Prospect Place houses twelve men who have a disability and were chronically homeless at entrance. Each resident has his own studio apartment.
- Like Earl’s Place, Prospect place provides support services, but there is not a time limit on the length of stay.