Our Residential Programs exist to provide long-term assistance to individuals. Our hope for these programs is that people will leave their stay with us healed, refreshed, and empowered to follow their God-given dreams.

 
 

What is a Growth Home?

A Growth Home is a 9 month residential program that is broken into 5 phases. Each phase provides a strong foundation for spiritual, emotional, physical, and mental growth. Through classes, serving opportunities, mentorship, counseling, and a strong community, our hope is that our residents will leave their stay with us feeling equipped and empowered for their next steps.

Our Growth Homes have multiple post-graduation tracks for the individuals that we serve:

  • Education Track (additional 6 months)

  • Work Track (additional 6 months)

  • CityBeat Internship Track (additional time depending on individual)

 

 
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“THe NEST” GROWTH HOME

for homeless and addicted women

Who is this home for?

“The Nest” Growth Home is specifically for homeless or addicted women. This is not a temporary shelter or a halfway house. This home is for those who want to commit to a 9-12 month, structured Christian recovery program.

How can I help?

You can donate by clicking here. It costs $6,500 a year to house one individual. That’s a little over $540 a month, or $125 a week.

You can also have the opportunity for individuals to sponsor individual rooms within our Growth Home as part of our Adopt-A-Room program. Learn more by clicking here.

How can I or someone I know get into the Growth Home?

You can start the process by submitting an online application at the link below, or you can email Ashley Michael at ashley@citybeatbaltimore.org if you have any questions. We will schedule an interview from there, and then work to get you into the home if you meet the program requirements.

Do I have to detox before I come?

CityBeat’s Growth Homes are not a detox facility, and therefore we ask that all individuals detox before they come into our home.