U.S. Department of Justice

National Directory of Programs for Women with Criminal Justice Involvement

Programs Available in maryland

Programs in maryland
Assisting women returning home from prison, who are seeking housing, employment and or medial assistance.
Location: Catholic Charities in Baltimore, Maryland
Women returning home from incarceration, referred by an advocate or advocacy group.
Location: Marian House in Baltimore, Maryland
Women returning home from incarceration, referred by an advocate or advocacy group.
Location: Marian House in Baltimore, Maryland
Women released from prison searching for assistance with the following: direct services, advocacy, leadership development and public education.
Location: Power Inside in Baltimore, Maryland
Women released from prison searching for assistance with the following; direct services, advocacy, leadership development and public education.
Location: Power Inside in Baltimore, Maryland
Women released from prison searching for assistance with the following; direct services, advocacy, leadership development and public education.
Location: Power Inside in Baltimore, Maryland
Women released from prison searching for assistance with the following; direct services, advocacy, leadership development and public education.
Location: Power Inside in Baltimore, Maryland
Women released from prison searching for assistance with the following; direct services, advocacy, leadership development and public education.
Location: Power Inside in Baltimore, Maryland
Women seeking housing assistance in addition to direct services through case management.
Location: Prisoner's Aid Association in Baltimore, Maryland
NWPP provides direct services and referrals to women who are incarcerated or have been released.
Location: National Women's Prison Project Inc. in Baltimore, Maryland
Homeless women with either a history of mental illness, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, or other needs
Location: Project PLASE in Baltimore, Maryland
Formerly homeless men and women, including those who are living with a disability (mental health, substance abuse, and/or physical disabilities).
Location: Project PLASE in Baltimore, Maryland



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