As he looks back on the worst of his days recovering from addiction, Jeffery Schneider says, it feels like a miracle that he’s still walking around. The Baltimore painting contractor spent many years emptying his bank account for crack cocaine. A few days before Thanksgiving every year, the…
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“Homelessness drives people in here, whether if it’s because they’re on the street or they’re living in
an encampment, or their addiction has just caused their family or other loved ones to just say, ‘Look, you know, you can’t be here anymore,’” says Daniel Stoltzfus, CEO of Helping Up Mission. HUM has impacted the lives of those experiencing homelessness…
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TOPIC: Addiction Recovery program serving Baltimore area
PROGRAM: “Community Bridge” with Jay Rudolph
AIR DATE: July 1, 2023 on WFSI 860 AM, Baltimore, MD
GUEST: Dan Stoltzfus, Director of Helping Up Mission of Baltimore
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Be encouraged today through Dan Stoltzfus’ story. He shares his experience and addresses many issues in and around the homeless issues in Baltimore. For more info about the Helping Up Mission, check out their website at https://helpingupmission.org/ HUM Addiction hotline: Call 410-929-6999
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Helping Up Mission (HUM) on Thursday announced it has received a grant of nearly $350,000 from the Opioid
Operational Command Center (OOCC) to conduct an educational outreach campaign specifically targeted to women
and mothers, encouraging them to seek addiction treatment and wrap-around services through their 250-bed Center
for Women & Children.
Saturday, January 21, 2023
Robert Lang, WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5
The Helping Up Mission, which has provided housing and drug treatment for adults, will soon offer housing for mothers and their children.
It is a landmark on East Baltimore Street. For more than 100 years, the Helping Up Mission has been helping homeless and drug-addicted men get their lives back on track.
A few years ago, they opened a separate women’s shelter right up the street, and in a few weeks, the shelter will provide housing for mothers with children.
WBAL NewsRadio talked about that this week with Dan Stoltzfus, the new CEO of the Helping Up Mission, for Sunday’s WBAL News Now Weekend Edition.
By Matt Hooke – Reporter, Baltimore Business Journal Jan 11, 2023
Bob Gehman is stepping down as CEO of the Helping Up Mission after 28 years at the helm. The Baltimore shelter transformed from a homeless shelter only providing short-term housing, to a drug treatment provider and long-term care facility with a variety of residential options.
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