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My Sister’s Place

Day shelter and resource center for women and children experiencing homelessness and poverty

Day shelter and resource center for women and children experiencing homelessness and poverty

Our Purpose

My Sister’s Place Women’s Center is a day shelter and resource center for women and children experiencing homelessness and poverty.

The services, which include extensive workshops, center on the 8 realms of wellness: emotional, spiritual, intellectual, physical, environmental, financial, occupational, and social wellness. More than just a meal program, My Sister’s Place Women’s Center provides a safe haven for women in Baltimore City, a place to receive love and support as they work to overcome their barriers.

Who We Serve

We serve women and children experiencing homelessness and poverty. Providing safety and a refuge for woman and children is important to the safety and care of our community. When we seek to help those in need, particularly children in need, it helps secure the future of our community.

Services

  • Resource Center
  • Homelessness
  • Meals
  • Workshops
  • Wellness
  • Social Wellness
  • Financial
  • Occupational

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