Learn / Train Here

We partner with institutions of higher education to work to prevent and end homelessness.


Graduate social work students fine-tune their personal approach and clinical skills as they assess walk-in clients and, eventually, carry their own caseloads and provide therapy sessions to clients.

Students and residents regularly collaborate with our care providers as part of their professional training.

Medical and nursing students learn about caring for individuals with very limited resources and deeply challenging life situations.

One student noted that providers here treat health issues “thought to be common only in the developing world.”
 


Higher Education Partners:

  • Coppin State University, School of Nursing
  • Johns Hopkins University, Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health
  • Loyola University Maryland, Pastoral Counseling
  • Morgan State University, School of Social Work
  • Notre Dame of Maryland University, School of Nursing
  • Towson University, Department of Occupational Therapy
  • University of Delaware, School of Nursing
  • University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), School of Social Work
  • University of Maryland, Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Social Work
  • Walden University, Mental Health

Learn and train with us.

Due to Covid-19 we are updating our clinical learning process to ensure everyone's safety. This means that clinical learning opportunities will be selective and limited during this time. Please check back periodically for updates. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator, Danielle McDonald.