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Helping Up Mission

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Addiction Treatment Center
We are a faith based, privately funded, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We provide programs and services to men suffering from homelessness and addiction. Our long-term, residential Spiritual Recovery Program is our flagship. Since 1995, we have helped hundreds of men break the cycle of addiction, poverty, and homelessness. The average homeless man we serve has survived two decades of substance abuse and years on the streets. He comes to us addicted, destitute, and dysfunctional — with no realistic capacity to recover on his own. For a man in that condition, a “quick fix” doesn’t exist. Healing requires a holistic approach. By God’s grace, lives are transformed as men who have suffered for years — or in many cases, decades — on the streets rise up and regain their purpose, hope, and independence. As they do, all Baltimore is blessed along with them; our community experiences healing.
Helping Up Mission is a community of hope. We help men fighting addiction and homelessness get their lives back.
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It is not too late to purchase tickets for or sponsor a table at our 2019 Helping Up Mission Celebration Banquet - Inspiring Hope. Go to https://help...
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#MondayMotivation This week's character quality completes the cycle of the 26 Character Qualities we focus on each 6-month cycle. Orderliness - Prepa...
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Congratulations Everette, Justin, and Terence for graduating our year-long Spiritual Recovery Program. One year ago six men stepped through our doors...
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#TBT 1972 Helping Up Mission 18 years after purchasing the 1029 building and 18 years before purchasing the Tea Room (1027), 25 years before purchasin...
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Please join us on March 12 or 13 for ADDICT a collaborative dance performance about the representation of addicts in American mass media and how that...
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Good Morning! Our character quality of the week & #MotivationMonday #initiative
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Congratulations William, Clarence, Jeffrey, and James for graduating from our year-long Spiritual Recovery Program. Thank you for providing hope to t...
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Our #characterquality of the week #cautiousness Whatever we do with our new chances, by being sober it becomes the right time to begin accomplishing r...
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Chris, Damian, Charles, Manuel, and Vernon celebrated graduation from our Spiritual Recovery Program today in our 1029 Chapel. Congratulations gentle...
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#TBT 26 Jun 1964, there used to be a house between our 1017 and 1029 buildings...
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#transformationTuesday Today Nick is 13 months sober. Nick originally came to HUM in 2017 and acquired 8 months of sobriety. He left and came back in...
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#Mondaymotivation Flexibility - Not setting my affections on ideas or plans which may be changed by others. #itswhatwedo # 22/26
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Big smiles today. Ladies and gentlemen we had 2 graduates of our year-long Spiritual Recovery Program today. Steve and Derrick (np) inspired Hope and...
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#motivationMonday Availability — making my own schedule and priorities secondary to the wishes of those I am serving. #itswhatwedo #odaat #availabil...
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Ladies and gentlemen, today four men graduated our Spiritual Recovery Program. Congratulations Jon,Tyrone, Michael, and Joseph (NP) for celebrating li...
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