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Point-In-Time Count

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Project PLASE

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Join Project PLASE in volunteering for the Point-In-Time (PIT) Count through the Mayor's Office of Homeless Services.

The PIT Count is a measure that tracks the progress of ending homelessness across the state and the nation, with the findings being used to advocate for more local, state, and federal resources. The data that we gather through this count will then be used in the local Action Plan, and subsequently reported to Congress through the Annual Homeless Assessment Report.

Volunteers with partner with the Mayors Office of Homeless Services to go around neighborhoods throughout the city and lead a census. Social distancing will be enforced, and volunteers will be dividing into small groups with a team leader. Proof of the COVID vaccination, or a negative COVID test will be required for participation.

Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Rachel, if you are interested in volunteering for this event and she will lead you through the steps of signing up. Please contact Rachel either by phone: (410)837-1400 x128, or by email: rcatalano@projectplase.org.

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About Project PLASE


3601 Old Frederick Road, Baltimore, MD 21229, US

Mission Statement

Project PLASE addresses homelessness in Baltimore through our transitional and permanent housing programs coupled with a continuum of housing and services to meet the special physical, mental, and emotional needs of residents. We strive to move individuals from crisis to housing stability by treating, restoring, and rehabilitating the whole person and empowering each individual to function at his or her highest level possible.


The goal of Project PLASE’s transitional housing program is to house and serve homeless citizens in 24-hour supported supervision and case management with a focus on helping the individual function at the highest level.

We provide residents with three meals daily plus snacks, linens, bus tokens, assistance with medical appointments, and clothing as needed - making it easier for residents to focus on getting back on their feet.

Each resident is assigned a counselor for assistance and support. Active case management is given to assist the individual to meet his/her needs, move beyond their crisis situation, and avail him/herself of community based services and resources as appropriate.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Homeless & Housing


Sat Feb 26, 2022
05:00 PM - 11:00 PM


3601 Old Frederick RoadBaltimore, MD 21229




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