OUR MISSION IS TO BECOME A PARTNER IN THE FIGHT TO REDUCE HOMELESSNESS. HOMELESSNESS IS NOT A CHOICE - MOST TIMES IT IS THE ONLY OPTION IN THE PRESENT CIRCUMSTANCES. SINCE HOMELESSNESS IS NOT GENERALLY A CHOICE, WE OFFER A SECOND CHANCE TO THE HOMELESS TO REBUILD AND ACHIEVE SELF SUFFICIENCY. OUR GOAL IS TO PROVIDE COMFORTABLE AND SECURED ACCOMMODATION THAT OFFER PRIVACY, DIGNITY AND EMPOWERMENT TO INDIVIDUALS WHICH WILL TRANSCEND THEIR CIRCUMSTANCES AND OFFER FRESH HOPE.
(The inspiration and sustained motivation for this undertaking came from Mathew's West Song "Do Something")
4605 Asbury Ave. Baltimore, MD 21206
Our home gracefully overlooks Moravia and Belair Roads with easy access to down town and major highways
Enjoy yourself, relax, watch TV in our spacious living room
Our rooms are beautifully decorated with night stands & lights, television, etc. reasonably price to suit your budget.
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We provide all the necessities for the Activities of Daily Living (AOLS) inclusive of tooth brushes, toothpaste, soaps, body wash, hair products, shaving cream, combs, etc.
Hyacinth's Hyacinth's Independent/Transitional Living Home, Inc. (Hit Living Home, Inc) positions itself primarily as a transitional home for homeless and disenfranchised persons who have maximized their stay at regular shelters, but still have needs for accommodation and support services to live independently. Most shelters accommodate clients for approximately 90 days. If they are able to find alternate housing arrangements through Case Management support, they can transit out independently. The reality is that most become "Shelter Shoppers", moving from one shelter to another or returning to their original situations. While our home is available for paid accommodation, we try to work within the clients' budgets and assist them to access social service benefits, employment and permanent housing. We attempt to subsidize shortfalls through DONATIONS, SPONSORSHIPS and GRANTS from individuals, businesses, government and other funding organizations.