$340k in Grants Given to Maryland and D.C. Non-Profit Organizations July 15, 2020, Easton, MD – Qlarant Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Qlarant, the nationally recognized program integrity and quality company, has awarded financial grants to sixteen Maryland and District of Columbia organizations. Members of the Board of Directors for Qlarant Foundation held a virtual reception for the 2020 Grant Awards. In an average year, Qlarant holds their annual awards ceremony in their Easton, Maryland headquarters. In the current environment, …Read More
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We’re happy to announce that every other Monday starting June 8th, we’re welcoming new applicants to our Spiritual Recovery Program. Our COO Dan Stoltzfus gives the details. For men’s intake, call 410-675-7500 extension 166 or 196. For women’s intake, call 410-244-8414 extension 1003. You can find more info on our Get Help page.Read More
During our Donor Conference Call on May 19, 2020, CEO Bob Gehman shared updates on HUM’s response to the coronavirus pandemic: Topics that were discussed included: How we’re protecting the men and women we’re serving, as well as our staff serving them on the front lines of exposure. How we’re persevering in our lifesaving and transforming programs and services in the decades-long pandemic of addiction And the biggest challenges we face in the days, weeks and months ahead! Listeners were also given a chance to ask …Read More
By Ethan McLeod – Associate Editor, Baltimore Business Journal May 26, 2020, 6:30am EDT Updated May 26, 2020, 2:19pm EDT … “The Go Team has conducted nearly 700 Covid-19 tests since the pandemic began at Health Care for the Homeless and four other shelters: Helping Up Mission, Kipp School, Marian House and Esther’s Place. Lindamood said Hopkins recognized that “large shelters were like tinder boxes, and if there were a cluster that lingered there, it was gonna spread rapidly.” But “if you respond quickly and …Read More
“The catalyst, the breaking point, of me changing my life was me sitting on the side of a road one day and telling God that I accept this is going to be my life because you won’t answer my prayer. “
Demetrie grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Hear him describe how, in recovery, his prayers started to change from telling God what to do to asking for God’s will to be done, and how he’s found the transformation he was always looking for.
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Are you interested in being a part of the team at Helping Up Mission? We are currently seeking: Position Title: Director of the Women’s & Children’s Center Position Type: Full-time salaried, exempt position with benefits Reports to: Chief Operating Officer Start Date: Fall 2020 Click here to read the full job descriptionRead More
We invited our men to share: What does recovery look like for you in this moment of COVID-19? What’s changed? What’s stayed the same? What encouragement would you have to offer others? Thank you for your prayers and your support, and may God bless you this Easter.Read More
Dear Helping Up Mission Family – At Helping Up Mission (HUM), we understand the concern and uncertainty many are experiencing surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). I want you to know the health and well-being of our clients, our staff, volunteers, on-site partners, and visitors are top priorities. Our board and senior leaders, staff, and community partners are committed to being responsive to their needs as this ever-changing situation evolves. While we deeply value each volunteer, visitor and community partner who come to our facilities to care for the men and women in our care, health and safety in this environment must take …Read More
Focus on Recovery: When Brian walked onto the chapel stage to graduate, I handed him a coin. He’s one of the first to receive it. Groups like AA and NA have tags and coins to commemorate sobriety milestones, and we wanted to create a coin to honor our one-year SRP graduates. We commissioned artist Nathan Yoder for the design, and we couldn’t be more proud of the result. On the front, a tiny oak sprouts out of the ground atop …Read More
Baltimore Sun Helping Up Mission residents and their families, those staying temporarily in their shelter, and the public are all invited to the holiday meals offered. (Amy Davis, Ulysses Muñoz) To view the photo gallery click hereRead More