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Compass CEnter: Community Resource Directory

This is a resource directory to assist staff members at the COMPASS Center in directing community members in Baltimore City to local community resources to address social determinants of health. If you have any questions or additional suggestions, please contact the COMPASS Center for further assistance [email protected].


Economic-related Assistance


Maryland Department of Labor – Division of Unemployment Insurance

The Unemployment Insurance (UI) program pays benefits to workers who have lost their job through no fault of their own and meet the program’s eligibility requirements. Phone: 1-877-293-4125

Phone: 410-662-0500 Website:

2305 North Charles Street,
Suite 300,
Baltimore MD 21218

Maryland Department of Labor – Maryland Workforce Exchange

Job search engine to seek employment in Maryland



St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore

At St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore, we help people with barriers find living wage employment, with a special focus on those experiencing homelessness. We also offer occupational skill training for careers in food services.

Phone: 410-662-0500

Website: https://www.vincentbaltimore.org/what-we-do/employment-services/

2305 North Charles Street,
Suite 300,
Baltimore MD 21218


Healthcare for the Homeless

A clinic that offers range of services such as physical and behavioral healthcare to members of the community.

Phone: 410-837-5533


421 Fallsway, Baltimore, MD 21202

HealthChoice – Maryland’s Medicaid Managed Care Program  

A healthcare organization that provides services to Medicaid recipients by contracting with a network of licensed/certified healthcare providers.

Phone: 410-767-6500 or 1-877-463-3464


201 W. Preston Street, Baltimore, MD 21201-239

Educational Advancement


Strong City Baltimore – Adult Learning Center

Provides classes in Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English Language Acquisition (ELA/ESL/ESOL) for GED exam to Baltimore residents, all at no cost to the learner.  

Phone: (410) 261-3524


2101 E. Biddle Street
Suite 1100
Baltimore, MD 21213

Health Care Resources


Chase Brexton

Adult Dental Services Offered:
–    Routine cleanings and exams Restorative care: fillings, periodontal (gum) treatments, and crowns

Pediatric Dental Services Offered:
–    Routine cleaning, polishing, and fluoride treatments
–    Sealants to prevent tooth decay
–    Treatments for cavities and other oral problems
–    Screenings for orthodontic developmental problems
–    Emergency care and referrals
–    Help selecting mouth guards for sports
–    Education on healthy oral habits including proper brushing and flossing techniques

Pregnancy Dental Services Offered:
–    Routine cleaning and annual exams
–    Dental work – such as fillings and crowns

Other Services Offered:
–    Preventive care and screenings for gum disease and other oral health concerns
–    Replacement care: bridges, partial, and complete dentures
–    Emergency care: extractions and root canal therapies
–    Routine oral surgical and endodontic treatments
–    Cosmetic and elective care: porcelain veneers, composite bonding, and tooth whitening

Phone: 410-837-2050




1111 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201



Total Health Care – Division Health Center

Services Offered:
–    Dentures
–    Routine Dental Exams
–    Restorative Services
–    Walk-In Emergencies    

Phone: 410-383-8300


1501 Division Street
Baltimore, MD 21217

Health Care for the Homeless – Dental Clinic at Our Daily Bread

    Services Offered:
–    Routine cleaning
–    Periodontal
–    Restorative    

Phone: 410-837-5533


421 Fallsway,
Baltimore, MD 21205

University of Maryland -Dental

Services Offered:
– Advanced General Dentistry
– Dental Urgent Care
– Endontics/Root Canals
– General Dentistry
– Pediatric Dentistry (6 mo to 18 years)
– Periodontics
– Prosthodontics
– Oral Surgery
– Orthodontics

Phone: 410-706-7101


650 W. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201


Behavioral Health System Baltimore

Baltimore Crisis Response Hotline and referral line for Baltimore City.
–    All Ages
–    Available Every Day 24 Hours

Aids with:
–    Adolescent crisis intervention
–    Dispatch emergency assistance
–    Mental health and substance use (alcohol or drugs) information and referrals
–    Supportive counseling
–    Suicide crisis intervention     

Phone: 410-433-5255




Chase Brexton   

Services Offered:
– Substance Use (Alcohol or Drugs)
– Psychiatry
– Therapy Phone

Phone: 410-837-2050



1111 N. Charles St.
Baltimore MD 21201

Hartford Belair Community Mental Health Center, Inc.   

Adult Outpatient Services Offered:
–    Aftercare Services for Previously Hospitalized Patients
–    Dual Diagnosis (Mental Health/Substance Abuse)
–    Individual, Group and Family Therapy
–    Medication Management

Child & Adolescent Services Offered:

–    Individual, Group and Family Therapy
–    Medication Management

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program

Phone: 410-426-5650Website:

4308 Harford Rd,
Baltimore, Maryland 21214

Healthcare for the Homeless (West Baltimore Location)

Services Offered:
– Addiction Treatment
– Individual and Group Therapy
– Support Groups

Phone: 410-837-5533Website:

421 Fallsway
Baltimore, MD 21205

Pro Bono Counseling

Free therapy in Maryland that works by matching you to the mental health support that suits you best.

Phone: 410-825-1001Website:

5900 Metro Drive,
Baltimore, MD 21215

Roberta’s House (A Family Grief Counseling Center)

Services Offered:
–    Adult Support Groups
–    Family Support Groups
–    Children and Teen Support GroupsGrief Services Offered To:
–    Those who have experienced the death of a loved one or someone special
–    Those who have family or friends that are survivors of homicide
–    Those living in high crime areas
–    Those at risk of complicated grief reactions

Phone: 410-235-6633

928 E North Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21202

1802 Brightseat Road,
Suite 301,
Landover, MD 20785

Total Health Care –
Kirk Health Center

Services Offered:
– Center for Emotional & Social Health
– Individual, Group, Couple Family Counseling
– Substance Abuse Treatment Services
– Support Services (Financial assistance, nutrition education)

Phone: 410-383-8300Website:

2400 Kirk Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21218

University of Maryland Medical Center – The Care Clinic   

Services Offered:
–    Comprehensive Assessment
–    Individual, Family & Group Therapy
–    Parental Counseling
–    Play Therapy
–    Psychiatric Services
–    Psychological Evaluation
–    Therapeutic & Educational Groups

Offers Services To:
–    Children ages 3 to 18 who have been physically or sexually abused, sex trafficked, neglected, or have been exposed to intimate partner violence (IPV)
–    Siblings and other non-offending family members (e.g. grandparents, aunts, cousins) affected by child maltreatment or exposure to IPV
–    Adult victims of IPV with children    

Phone: 410-706-4869Website:

520 W. Lombard St.,
Gray Hall First Floor,
Baltimore, MD 21201


Chase Brexton   

Services offered: adult & pediatric primary care, LGBT health, HIV & infectious diseases, pharmacy, substance use, therapy, psychiatry, gender affirming care, dental care, social work, OB/GYN, lab service.

Phone: 410-837-2050Website: https://chasebrexton.org/locations/baltimore

1111 N. Charles St.
Baltimore MD 21201

Esperanza Center

Medical and dental services to uninsured immigrants in the metropolitan Baltimore region who do not qualify for government-sponsored health insurance. Esperanza Center is a comprehensive resource center whose mission is to help immigrants navigate life in a new country.Services offered: mental and behavioral health services, life care options for seniors, transitional housing services, meal programs, education, employment, counseling services, and job training programs.

Phone: 667-600-2000 *Temporary Contact for Health Services
Phone: 667-600-2900Website:

320 Cathedral Street
1728 Bank Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
(Temporary information from 02/21/2020)

Healthcare for the Homeless

Medical, convalescent, dental, behavioral, psychiatric health care, and addictions services for people experiencing homelessness.

Phone: 410-837-5533 West Baltimore
Phone: 443-703-1400



421 Fallsway, Baltimore, MD 21205

Jai Medical Center

Services offered vary from site to site (call ahead to confirm service is offered at selected site) but may include:
– Adult & Pediatric Primary Care walk-ins, advance appointments and same day appointments
– Care Management Services
– DOT Physicals
– EPSDT/Healthy Kids Physicals
– Health Education Services
– Health Insurance Application Assistance
– HIV/AIDS Counseling, Diagnosis, Treatment and Treatment for other Infectious Diseases including Hepatitis C
– Immunization Services and Flu Shots
– Laboratory Services
– Pharmacy Services
– Pre-Op Physicals
– Radiology Services
– Substance Abuse Counseling and Treatment Services
– Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Application Assistance
– Transportation Services
– Urgent Care and After-Hours Services
– WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) Service Center
– Women’s Health Services Jai Medical Center – York Road

Phone: 410-433-2200Jai Medical Center – York Road Pediatrics
Phone: 410-433-2200

Jai Medical Center – Park Heights
Phone: 410-542-8130

Eutaw Medical Center
Phone: 410-728-6900

Jai Medical Center – Monument Street
Phone: 410-327-5100

Jai Medical Center – Hunt Valley
Phone: 410-433-2200


Jai Medical Center – York Road Pediatrics
5234 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212

Jai Medical Center – Park Heights
4340 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215

Eutaw Medical Center
2425 Eutaw Place
Baltimore, MD 21217

Jai Medical Center – Monument Street
1235 East Monument Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Jai Medical Center – Hunt Valley
301 International Circle
Suite 100
Hunt Valley, MD 21030

Kaiser Permanente –
South Baltimore Medical Center

Services Offered:
– Primary Care Services (all specialties)
– Pharmacy
– Urgent Care and After-Hours Services

*No Emergency Services*

Phone: 410-737-5000Website:

1701 Twin Springs Road
Halethorpe, MD 21227


Birth Companions

DONA International Doula Trained Nursing StudentsProvide support to the pregnant parent before, during, and after birth.

Phone: 410-614-6458Email: [email protected] Website:

Meeting place (including hospital) will be established by both the birth companion and pregnant parent.

Chase Brexton 

– OB/GYN services offered: routine preventive care: Pap smears, breast exams, contraception counseling, infertility counseling, infertility counseling, infertility counseling, pregnancy testing, gynecological care including laparoscopty, menopause care, evaluation of and treatment for abnormal vaginal bleeding, and STI counseling, testing, and treatment.

– Pediatric Primary Care services offered for babies, children, and teens: newborn, infant, and well-baby visits, same-day or next-day sick visits, routine immunizations, dental services, behavioral health for children, adolescents, and families, sports and back-to-school physicals, nutrition counseling, birth control counseling, STD counseling and testing, and behavioral healthcare.

– HIV & Infectious Disease services offered: testing, consultation, management, and treatment for HIV, Hepatitis, and STI information.

Phone: 410-837-2050

Transgender Health
Phone: 410-837-2050

HIV & Infectious Diseases
Phone: 410-837-2050

Sexual Health Clinic
Phone: 410-837-2050

Phone: 410-837-2050)


1111 N. Charles St.
Baltimore MD 21201

Healthy Teens & Young Adults (HTYA)

Reproductive health services for young men and women between the ages of 10 and 24.

Services Offered:
–    Breast exams for patients aged 20+
–    Contraception (birth control) including IUDs and subdermal implant (Nexplanon)
–    Emergency contraception
–    Health education and outreach
–    HIV testing and counseling
–    Individual, group, and family counseling
–    Pap test (cervical cancer screening) for patients aged 21+
–    Pregnancy testing and referrals
–    STD screening and treatment
–    Substance use and mental health screenings and referrals
    Phone: (410) 396-0185


1515 W. North Avenue
Baltimore, MD

Johns Hopkins Bayview
Family Planning Services

Services Offered:
– Abortion
– Analgesic and anesthesia options
– Contraception for women with complex medical problems
– Contraceptive implants
– Emergency contraception
– Hormonal and non-hormonal contraceptive methods
– Intra-uterine devices (IUDS)
– Management of early pregnancy loss (medical & surgical)
– Pregnancy options counseling
– Tubal sterilization

Phone: (443) 997-0400

Request an appointment: (410) 550-9840


4940 Eastern Ave,
Baltimore, MD 21224
A Building

Mercy Medical Center –
Family Childbirth and Children’s Center

Services Offered:
– Adolescent Gynecology
– Breast Cancer
– Breast Reconstruction and Restoration
– Cosmetic Medicine and Surgery
– Endometriosis
– Family Childbirth and Pediatrics
– Genetic Counseling
– Gynecology
– Gynecologic Oncology
– Well Woman Care
– Women’s Imaging

Phone: 410-332-9000


345 St. Paul Place,
Baltimore, MD 21202

Planned Parenthood Maryland

Services Offered:

–    Abortion services
–    Birth control methods
–    Breast health exam and cancer screenings
–    HIV testing and education
–    HPV vaccines
–    Male and Female Sterilization Procedures
–    Pregnancy testing and options education, prenatal and adoption referrals
–    Reproductive exams
–    Sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment
–    Urinary tract infection treatment
–    Well-Women exam    Baltimore City

Phone: 410-576-1414

Phone: 410-576-1414


Baltimore City
330 North Howard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

1714 Joan Ave
Towson, MD 21234

University of Maryland Medical Center – Western Penn Women’s Center

Services Offered:
– Endometriosis
– Fertility Services
– Gynecologic Oncology
– Maternal and Fetal Medicine
– Menopausal Care
– Prenatal Care
– Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
– Routine Gynecology
– Vaginal Vault Prolapse

Phone: 410-706-2500


120 Penn Street
Baltimore, MD 21201



Mercy Forensic Nursing    Sexual Assault Exams
–    Forensic exams are conducted up to 5 days after assault. Offered to patients ages 13 and older.
–    It is NOT necessary to report the assault to the police to have an exam.Interpersonal Violence Exams
–    Exam is performed by specially trained nurse.
–    It is NOT necessary to report the assault to the police to have an exam.
–    You can stop at any timeFollow Up Appointments
–    Photographs of wounds
–    Testing for STIs and pregnancy
–    Meeting with counselors from Mercy’s Family Violence Response program
–    Follow up recommended 6-8 weeks after a sexual assault exam.
–    These appointments are free of charge    

Phone: 410-332-9000For follow up appointment
Phone: 410-332-9494Website:


345 St Paul Pl, Baltimore, MD 21202

Turnaround Inc   

Services Offered:
–    Trauma Therapy
–    Shelter Services
–    Advocacy Services
–    Anti-Trafficking Services
–    Legal Services: Partnered with Legal Aid to provide family law, criminal victim rights, and civil matters assistance.    Baltimore

Phone: 410-377-8111
24/7 crisis helpline: 443-279-0379
Crisis text line: 410-498-5956



GBMC SAFE Program    


Sexual Assault Forensic exams
– A victim has 5 days to receive a SAFE Exam after the incident
– A patient does NOT have to contact the police to have a SAFE Exam.
Victim Advocate Services
– Crisis counseling
– Emotional grounding
– Safety planning
– Danger assessment
– Referrals for counseling/legal/shelter services

Phone: 443-849-2000


Emergency Department
6701 N. Charles St.
Towson, MD 21204

University of Maryland Baltimore – Rebuild, Overcome and Rise Center (ROAR)

Services Offered:
–    Advocate for family
–    Counseling
–    Financial support
–    Immigration assessment and assistance
–    Legal services    

Phone: 410-706-2781Website:

The Maryland Bar Center
520 West Fayette Street
Suite 320
Baltimore, MD 21201


ChoiceOne Urgent Care

Services offered: COVID-19 testing, athlete care, illness & injury care, flu shots, Monkeypox testing, occupational health, preoperative evaluations, spots & camp physicals, telemedicine, X-rays, labs, and test & screenings

Phone: 410-296-0018Website:

600 E. Belvedere Ave
Suite A
Baltimore, MD 21212


Services offered: treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, physical exams, treatment of work related injuries, diagnostic X-ray services, COVID-19 testing, urinalysis, pregnancy testing, strep testing, flu testing, toxicology, STD testing, flu vaccination, and Tetanus-Diphtheria vaccination

Phone: 410-616-9027Website:

8000 Loch Raven Blvd.
Towson, MD 21286

Patient First Urgent Care

Services offered: urgent care, telehealth, primary care, occupational health, illnesses, injuries, COVID-19 testing & vaccinations, immunizations, physicals, women’s services, and travel services

Bayview location: 410-814-4500Towson location: 410-372-6373Website:

5100 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224-2772

950 York Road
Towson, MD 21204-2513

Priority Care Urgent & Primary Care

Services offered: physical examinations, season cold & flu treatments, wound care, STD screening & treatments, occupational medicine, dermatological treatments, X-ray services, EKGs & diagnostic imaging, diagnostic services, primary care, pelvic exams, treatments for allergies, and specialist referrals

Phone: 410-522-0001



3500 Boston Street
Baltimore, MD 21224


Baltimore Eye Physicians

Services Offered:
– Eye Exams
– Blepharitis
– Cataracts
– Contacts, Frames, and Lenses
– Dry Eye Syndrome
– Glaucoma
– Macular Degeneration

Phone: 410-377.2044Website:

6231 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21212

Affordable Optics

Services Offered:
–    Eye & Vision Exams
–    Contact Lens Exams
–    Lasik Eye Surgery
–    Hard To Fit Contacts
–    Sports Vision
–    Sunglasses    

Phone: 410-383-0651Website:

837 N Howard St.
Baltimore, MD 21201

New Eyes

New Eyes assists individuals who have no other resources to obtain a basic pair of eyeglasses. Must have an eyeglasses prescription dated within 24 months.Social service agency or health advocate must assist in application and order glasses for clients.COVID-19 Update: Now accepting applications from individuals financially affected by COVID-19 pandemic who do not have a social worker, caseworker or health advocate.


Email: [email protected]


EyeCare America

EyeSmart website provides ophthalmologist-reviewed information about eye disease and treatments, eye health news, and topics for a lifetime of good eye health. Other related activities include advocacy, public education, service, and advice on the business side of ophthalmology through the American Academy of Ophthalmic Executives.



Lions Association for Sight and Hearing

Offers eye exam and glasses for needy child and adults.Only those with no insurance or insurance that may or may not cover eye exams may participate.To refer and individual, complete online or mail LASH Eyeglass Assistance Request and Income Qualification Forms with $10 non-refundable application fee. 

Phone: 410-836-6258 Website:


Sight for Students through Vision Service Plan (VSP) 

VSP Vision Care provides access to high-quality, affordable eye care and eyewear.

Phone: 1-800-877-7195



Vision for Baltimore

Eye exams and glasses are provided to students from Pre-K through 8th grade at their school’s through mobile vision clinic.If parents did not receive a form, call or email to request a copy.

Phone: 410-545-0140Website:
https://health.baltimorecity.gov/VisionForBaltimoreEmail: [email protected]


Social and Living Environment Support


Beans & Bread

Comprehensive day resource program serving more than 300 people per day that offers supportive services in areas of housing, health, mental health, recovery, employment, helping individuals experiencing homelessness obtain housing and reach their full potential

Phone: 410-732-1892



400 S. Bond Street
Baltimore, MD 21231

Produce In A SNAP   

Reduced-cost community markets to provide access to fresh, affordable produce. There are multiple locations with different dates and times. Check website for the most updated information and other locationsJohn Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School
Wednesdays 2:00 – 5:30pmMercy Medical Center
Tuesdays 12:00 – 2:00PM


Multiple locationsJohn Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School
701 Rappolla St, Baltimore, MD 21224Mercy Medical Center
323 N Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202

The Door – The Food Pantry

Provides a once-a-month emergency food basket to individuals and families in needFood baskets are available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. (Sept-June), 10 a.m.-11 a.m. (July-Aug)

Phone: 410-675-3288


219 North Chester Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21231


St. Vincent De Paul Baltimore

Multiple programs that offer services for:
–    Homelessness prevention and shelter diversion
–    Comprehensive 24/7 shelters
–    Day shelter
–    Rapid rehousing
–    Permanent supportive housing
See website for additional information for shelters and supportive housing programs    

Front Door – Rapid Rehousing
Phone: 410-462-4009Greenspring Men’s Shelter
Phone: 410-388-9192Home Connections
Phone: 410-732-1892Sarah’s Hope Family Shelter:

Front Door, Baltimore City: 3445 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215
Home Connections: 400 S. Bond Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
Sarah’s Hope Family Shelter: 1114 N. Mount Street, Baltimore, MD 21217Interim House: 112 Sudbrook Lane, Pikesville, MD 21208
Hannah More Family Shelter: 12041 Reisterstown Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Interim Gardens: 112 Sudbrook Lane, Pikesville, MD 21208
Cottage Avenue Community: 3445 Park Heighs Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215
Frederick Ozanam House: 400 S. Bond Street. Baltimore, MD 21231



Provides transportation services to individuals with disabilities who are unable to use the MTA fixed route system. It is a shared ride services that picks individuals from door of home to door of destination. Application requires a Healthcare Professional to complete Part B of the application.

Phone: 410-539-5000Website:



Aunt Bertha   

Search engine for free or reduced-cost services including  medical care, food, shelter, job training, and more.  



Safe Sleep Program

Safe Sleep provides safe sleep and family planning education, assessment, referral, and provision of a portable crib to qualifying Baltimore City residents.

Phone: 410-649-0521Website:

1 N. Charles Street, Suite 900,
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Child Care Scholarship Program   

This Maryland state program provides financial assistance with child care cost for eligible working families. Those eligible will pay a reduced-cost for child care that participates in the Maryland EXCELS program. Additional information and application can be found on the website.

Phone: 410-767-0100Website:

200 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

Charm City Care Coordination Referral

–    Clothing Closet
–    Harm Reduction Case Management
–    Overdose Education and Prevention Materials (Naloxone and Fentanyl Test Strips)
–    Sandwiches, Snacks, and Coffee
–    Safer Sex Materials
–    Safe place to hang out
–    Syringe Distribution and CollectionOn Select Days:
–    Drug User Health Group (Tuesday @ 1pm)
–    Health Screenings (Announced every month)
–    Hot Lunch (Every Tuesday and Thursday at 12pm)
–    Ladies Night (Every other Thursday @ 6pm)
–    Movie Screening (Every Thursday at 1pm)
–    Syringe Service Delivery (Call to arrange)
Yoga with Yogi Albert (Every Thursday at 11am)

Phone: (443) 478-3015* Temporary Phone during COVID-19: (301)-615-2193Website:

1212 N. Wolfe St
MD 21213

Franciscan Center

This Center provides free assistance and supportive outreach to individuals who are economically disadvantaged.Services offered on select days of the week; Most available Monday – Thursday unless specified.-    Attire-4-Hire (Monday – Friday, business attire required)
–    Barber Services (Only Wednesday)
–    Children’s Library
–    Clothing & Toiletries
–    Community Dinner (Only Tuesday & Wednesday)
–    Computer Classes (Monday – Friday)
–    Counseling Services
–    Dental Referrals
–    Eviction Prevention
–    Eyeglasses Assistance
–    GED Classes (Only Monday)
–    Lunch (Monday – Friday)
–    Health Screening (Only Thursday)
–    Mailing Services
–    Maryland Birth Certificates (Bring ID)
–    Maryland IDs (Bring birth certificate, social security card, 2 mails with address)
–    Pantry Bags
–    Phone Access   

Phone: 410-467-5340
*Please call for appointments due to COVID-19Email: [email protected]:

101 W. 23rd Street
Baltimore, MD 21218-5607

Maryland Tobacco Quitline

Hotline that is available Everyday 24 hours that provides free counseling for smoking cessation     

Phone: 1-800-784-8669Website:


Health Passports

These Health Passports were created by the COMPASS Center to assist individuals in organizing their medical information. The nurses at the Wald Center provide these passports to educate patients on health promotion, preventative screening, and a place to record medical information such as blood pressure reading, medications, and future appointments. Nurses may select the appropriate health passport to send to patients so they are able to electronically download the Health Passport to their devices or print the Health Passports for patients.