Transitional Housing


Transitional Housing


Substance Abuse Outpatient Therapy


Mental Health Services


Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Overcoming life's challenges can be extremely difficult under even the best conditions. But when a person is struggling to find a place to sleep each night, it can be nearly impossible. New Vision House of Hope’s transitional housing program is designed to alleviate that worry and free clients up to focus on rebuilding their lives.

This program caters to those battling addiction, HIV/AIDS, or homelessness. Our thoughtful and professional staff embraces each client with open arms, with the understanding that the ultimate goal is for them to regain independence and control over their lives.

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The transitional housing program is comprised of seven, fully functional houses for both men and women. Clients typically share a room with another person. House managers are responsible for assigning chores to each resident to make sure everyone is pitching in and taking responsibility for their living space. As clients begin to find outside work, a housing fee will be charged, but that fee is based on a sliding scale depending on a clients’ ability to pay.

New Vision House of Hope Housing Services

  • Beds available IMMEDIATELY

  • 2 Meals Per Day

  • Personal Storage

  • Quality Groups and Workshops

  • Goal-Driven Case Management

  • Intensive and Standard Outpatient Services


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The Ryan White Part A Housing Program administered by the Baltimore City Health Department, offers short-term and transitional housing opportunities, as well as housing referral services. These services ensure eligible people living with HIV/AIDS and their families gain or maintain access to HIV-related medical care and treatment.

The Baltimore Ryan White Part A Program works with Baltimore City and six surrounding counties (Baltimore, Harford, Howard, Carroll, Anne Arundel, and Queen Annes) to provide HIV-related services to more than 10,000 people each year. The program is for those who do not have sufficient health care coverage or financial resources for coping with HIV disease. Ryan White fills gaps in care not covered by insurance. Part A funds may be used to provide core medical and support services for people living with HIV disease.



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