Social Services

Text Box 

*House of Ruth Maryland 

2521 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218 

P: 410-889-7884 or 24-hour hotline 410-889-7884 



Shelter and services for survivors of intimate partner violence. Free individual and group counseling available for victims of intimate partner violence. Provides services in Spanish, English.  

*WIC (Women, Infant, and Children) 

Multiple locations 

P: 410-396-9427  


Assistance with food for pregnant women and children under 5 years of age as well as nutrition classes for parents. 

St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore  

2305 North Charles Street Suite 300 

Baltimore, MD 21218 

P: 410-662-0500 




Provides basic health services, and recovery support to those impacted by homelessness and poverty. 

Latino Provider Network 

3121 Eastern Avenue 

Baltimore, MD 21224 

P: 443-401-3974 



Manages and coordinates a membership community-based organization with over 70 organizations and 200 individuals that provide direct services to the Latino community in the Baltimore metropolitan region in the areas of health, education, immigration, business, employment, and arts and culture. 

International Rescue Committee in Baltimore 

1900 N. Howard St. Ste 200 

Baltimore, MD 21218 

P: 410-327-1885 




Helps refugees, asylees and other documented humanitarian immigrants navigate the U.S. healthcare system. 

Asylee Women Enterprise 

4500 Frankford Ave, Baltimore, MD 21206 

P: (443) 850-0627 


Provides case management support, referrals, public benefits assistance, immigration legal services, etc. for victims of human or sexual trafficking and asylum seekers. 

Immigration Outreach Service Center, Inc. St. Mathews Catholic Church 

5401 Loch Raven Blvd. 

Baltimore, MD 21239  

P: 410-323-8564  


Provides legal and social service referrals, tutoring for immigrant students, health education, screenings, and health care referrals. 

The Baltimore City Health Department Division of Aging and Care Services 

417 E. Fayette St. 6th Floor 

Baltimore, MD 21202 

P: 410-396-2273 


Offers a variety of services and initiatives to improve the lives of seniors in Baltimore, including health evaluation, personal care, transportation, and volunteer opportunities. 

Senior Centers 

Multiple locations 


13 senior centers are located throughout the city, and each center offers a wide range of services that help meet the social, physical, and intellectual needs of older adults. For a list of locations, please visit the website listed to the left or call 311. 

Baltimore City Department of Social Services (DSS) 

Talmadge Branch Building (Administration) 

1910 N. Broadway St. 

Baltimore, MD 21213  

P: 443-378-4600  



Hilton Heights Center 

500 N Hilton St. 

Baltimore, MD 21229 


Penn-North Center 

2500 Pennsylvania Ave.  

Baltimore, MD 21217 



5818 Reisterstown Rd. 

Baltimore, MD 21215 

Services include: foster care/adoption, child and adult protection, food stamps, social services to adults, temporary cash assistance, and temporary disability assistance. For client services please see the list of locations below or call customer service at 443-378-4600. DSS is part of a Maryland State agency, the Department of Human Services.  


Northeast Regional Office  

2000 N Broadway St. 

Baltimore, MD 21213 


Dunbar-Orangeville Center  

2919 Biddle St. 

Baltimore, MD 21213 


Harbor View Center 

18 Reedbird Ave. 

Baltimore, MD 21225 

Community Action Partnership  

Multiple Locations 

P: 410-396-3228 



Eastern CAP Center 
1731 E. Chase St. 
Baltimore, MD 21213 
Transit Routes:  
Brown, Gold, Purple, 21 


Northern CAP Center 
5225 York Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 21212 
Transit Routes:  
Red, 56 


Northwest CAP Center 
3939 Reisterstown Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 21215 
Transit Routes:  
85, 83, 82 

Offers a variety of opportunities for low-income households, including subsidies and grants to assist with housing and energy bills, property tax credits for eligible individuals, free tax preparation and counseling, and application assistance for federal food and healthcare programs. 


Southeast CAP Center 
3411 Bank St. 
Baltimore, MD 21224 
Transit Routes:  
Navy, Blue, 63, 22 


Southern CAP Center 
606 Cherry Hill Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 21225 
Transit Routes:  
71, 26 

The Food Project 

424 S. Pulaski St, Baltimore MD 21223 

P: 410-877-6020, 443-690-1694 


Distributes food and meals in Southwest Baltimore. Operates various mentorship and culinary skills training programs for youth.   

Baltimore Community Mediation Center 

3333 Greenmount Ave, Baltimore MD 21218 

P: 410-467-9165 



Teaches and uses conflict resolution to mediate conflicts between individuals. Mediation is voluntary and both parties have to agree to participate. Parenting plan, criminal misdemeanor and general mediation services available. 


880 Park Ave, Baltimore MD 21201 

P: 443-439-4100 



Works with youth who are involved in shootings (perpetrators and victims) who are likely to commit violence. Heal trauma through cognitive behavioral theory.  

Project Waves 

1100 Wicomico St., Suite 650, Baltimore, MD 21230 

P: 410-803-5146 



Free home wifi in specific neighborhoods and apartment buildings.  

PCs for People 

2901 E Biddle St, Baltimore, MD 21213 

P: 443-396-7247 



Provides low-cost high speed internet and  refurbished computers to low and moderate income households for affordable prices.  

CASH Campaign 

575 S. Charles St, Suite 500, Baltimore MD 21201 

P: 410-528-8006 



Financial literacy classes (budgeting, saving for college, small business, retirement, etc.), financial coaching and free tax preparation services. 

Roberta’s House 

928 E North Ave, Baltimore MD 21202 

P: 410-235-6633 

24/7 Homicide Advocate Support Line: 1-844-227-3478 


Grief support for individuals and families including survivors of homicide, group therapy. 

Clay Pots 

1635 W Pratt St Baltimore, MD 21223 

P: 410-233-1133 


Community center in Southwest Baltimore. GED, art and wellness, ESOL, yoga, acupuncture and more.  

Baltimore Safe Haven 

P: 443-869-6867 


Drop-in wellness center for homeless TLGBQIA. Case management and transitional housing. 

*Helping Up Mission 

1029 E. Baltimore St, Baltimore MD 21202 

P: 410-675-7500 

24 Hour Hotline: 410-929-6999 

Substance use and homelessness treatment and support center. Adults (men and women) and families. Support groups and services provided in Spanish. 



Database of resources in Baltimore City,  

Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center, The Family Tree 

2108 N Charles, St, Baltimore MD 21218 

P: 410-889-2300 

LOCATE Child Care Hotline: 1-877-261-0060 



Helps families locate child care including Early Head Start and Head Start, and apply for child cares scholarships. Operates LOCATE Child Care free phone service that can help you find child care that fits your needs, call 1-877-261-0060. 

Liberty’s Promise 

3500 Boston St., Suite 314, Baltimore, Md 21224-5284 

P: 703-549-9950 


Supports low-income immigrant youth, ages 15-21, by providing them with means to become actively involved in civic life, pursue higher education, and embark upon meaningful careers. 


Maryland Latinos Unidos 

1500 Union Avenue, Suite 2500, Baltimore, MD 21211 
P: 410.727.6367 



Part of Maryland Nonprofits. Provides technical assistance, training, mentorship, etc for Latine lead or serving non-profit organizations.  

Southeast Community Development Corporation (Southeast CDC) 

3323 Eastern Ave. Ste. 200 

Baltimore, MD 21224 

P: 410-342-3234 


Community development organization that provides social services including public benefits access, rental counseling, eviction prevention and stabilization services.