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October 28, 2021
Key Initiatives

Homeless Outreach

Downtown Partnership’s homeless outreach principles are simple. Identify persons living in places not intended for human habitation. Build relationships with them based on trust and environment. Help them connect with opportunities to improve their health and well-being.

Do you know a homeless individual in need of services?

Our outreach team can help connect individuals to housing, addiction treatment, mental health services, career development resources, and more. Contact us today.

Core Outreach Goal

Working to make homelessness in Downtown Baltimore rare and brief.

Downtown Partnership is responsible for overseeing the homeless populations in the 11th and 12th councilmanic districts, and connecting those individuals with any wanted social services.

Downtown Partnership's homeless outreach team holding an award.
Recent Projects

I-83 Encampment

The Homeless Outreach team was able to reduce the size of one of the largest homeless encampments in the city from 43 to 4 occupants in 2020. This was done through increased connection to housing and social services. The reduction of occupants in this location would not have been possible without collaborations with DPOB Clean Street Ambassadors (CSAs), the Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services (MOHS), and People Encouraging People (PEP).

Recent Projects

Royal Farms (Light Street Store)

The Homeless Outreach Team met the store owner’s request to help clear the store entrance, where homeless individuals were camping out. The Team was able to relocate these individuals and continues to provide services to them.

Recent Projects

700 Block of East Pratt Street


  • DPOB homeless Outreach Team
  • DPOB Downtown Baltimore Guides (DBGs)
  • Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services (MOHS)
  • Waterfront Partnership
  • Baltimore City Police Department

Frequency visited: Daily

Recent Projects

Christmas Adoption

The Homeless Outreach Team coordinated the “adoption” of a family of 16 whose mother was one of the first cases of COVID-19 in Baltimore City. Our team was able to provide special gifts for every child and collaborated with Joy Baltimore to provide even more presents.