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My Sister's Place Lodge
111 W Mulberry St
410.528.9002
vtaranti@cc-md.org

My Sister's Place Lodge

My Sister’s Place Lodge is a transitional housing program for homeless women of Baltimore City who have been diagnosed with a disability. The Lodge provides a safe, therapeutic, and nurturing environment where our residents can increase their self-esteem and develop the skills necessary to successfully transition into the community once they complete the program. The primary goal of the program is to assist our residents in becoming self sufficient, active members of their community who reside in affordable and safe permanent housing.

 
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We provide a safe, therapeutic, and nurturing environment with 24-hour staff supervision where our residents can increase their self-esteem and develop the skills necessary to be successful members of the community. We realize that a person’s living environment plays an important role in providing a sense of wellness. We are always working to make the environment as warm and home-like as possible. We help the women make the transition to self-sufficiency and permanent housing by providing support services such as intensive case management, life skills workshops, and social activities.

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Our Stories

Lodge resident lands new jobs with help from job readiness training My Sister’s Place Lodge resident Carol Spark was staying at a shelter when she learned about the My Sister’s Place Lodge and she knew right away it was the right program for her. Carol is now looking forward to moving into permanent housing as soon as she completes the Lodge program.

Finding the Right Path From a young age, Ashleigh had struggled with her mental health wellbeing and finding the right path in life. Until she found help through My Sister's Place Lodge. See how the assistance and support of the Lodge has help Ashleigh to learn how to be self-sufficient and cherish the divine within herself.

Tiffany Gets Back on Her Feet and Finds a New Career at MSP Lodge Tiffany found herself a victim of the 2009 economic downturn and after losing her job found herself homeless. She was referred to My Sister's Place Lodge from the Code Blue shelter and there she found peace of mind, support, and the guidance she needed to start a new career and return to the stable life she once had.

 

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