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Empowerment Services

Increasing workforce-related skills and helping low-income and homeless adults in Southwest Baltimore move toward self-sufficiency.

Paul’s Place offers:

Case Management 

One-on-one assistance with a  case manager to access basic case management services, learn more about programs, gain community resources, and access referrals. 

See case managers during Guest Engagement: Monday-Friday from 8am-10am.

  • Referral to Paul’s Place case management and financial assistance 
  • Services for people experiencing homelessness 
  • Benefits assistance (food stamps, temporary disability, etc.) 
  • Employment resources and job readiness

Some services may be limited to 21230, 21223, and 21201 (Poppleton neighborhood only) and may be limited based on availability of funding

Education & Job Readiness 

  • Job seekers can work to prepare for the job market
  • Computer lab: Available for job searching, creating or updating your resume, housing searches, checking social media, one on one support in learning technical skills and more.
  • Workforce Development: Support to local training and employment opportunities

Ambassador Program

  • Brand Ambassador: We are looking for volunteers to be able to go to table events, outreach, speaking engagements. This is a 6 month commitment. This position is for someone who is passionate about helping others to have a bright future.  
  • Volunteer: Please come serve in our hot lunch, marketplace, and make a difference in Southwest Baltimore. To sign up to volunteer please go here.
  • Community Service: Need to complete community service? Please do it at Paul’s Place. We will provide necessary documentation for you to complete your hours.

Holiday Programs

Food – turkeys (or chickens) and all the ingredients for home-cooked holiday meals to help families celebrate the holiday season.