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Elevation Donates to the Baltimore Station

elevation news May 10, 2019

Congratulations to our April winner, Sandy Brown, for her nomination to our Charity Program – “Elevate our Community”!

Sandy nominated The Baltimore Station.

What is The Baltimore Station?

The Baltimore Station turns lives around. We are an innovative therapeutic residential and outpatient treatment program supporting veterans who are overcoming obstacles to regain self-sufficiency.

“There is a turning point in every war. Ours is when a man comes in off the streets, through our door.”

 

What do they do?

We Turn Lives Around

We give structure, expectations and practical lessons to develop life skills that will transfer to the real world. Our residents are able to progress at their own speed  We are able to offer additional resources such as health care, education, employment, job training and family reunification.

We give structure, expectations and practical lessons to develop life skills that will transfer to the real world. Our residents are able to progress at their own speed  We are able to offer additional resources such as health care, education, employment, job training and family reunification.

We Know It Works

Recovery is a lifetime of new reality.  Most institutional treatment programs last 28 days.  Unfortunately, that is not the time or treatment it takes to “detox” the mind of the drug-addicted lifestyle and outlook.  We believe recovery requires a highly structured, therapeutic environment to learn a new way of thinking and living. We focus on building life skills which enable our men to take responsibility for their lives.

We Succeed

After completing our program, most alumni are living independently, have a steady source of income and/or are enrolled in college.  Alumni hold jobs at local businesses, nonprofits, museums, hospitals, airports and schools.

 

Why did Sandy choose this charity?

From Sandy’s nomination:  

Myself and a group of friends (mainly military people) to there at least 6 – 7 times per year and prepare breakfast for the group.  We always try to do a breakfast on holidays or close to it. I made some friends and actually met people that have resumed a functional life thanks to the efforts of the Baltimore Station, employees, and volunteers.

Sandy likes the fact that the Baltimore Station is a great place for veterans to go and feel that someone cares.

 

For more information, go to:   https://baltimorestation.org/

Please congratulate Sandy on her desire to volunteer and support those that are truly making a difference in her community!



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