Building a pathway to economic independence for women and their families since 1994.
INNterim provides homeless mothers and their children a supportive and structured residential environment and plan of action where they can acquire the skills and resources needed for independent living. In fact, INNterim provides 70% of the transitional housing for families in Baltimore County. These families come to INNterim in need of more than a roof over their heads. They need help rebuilding their lives.
In addition to giving families a place to call home for up to two years, we work closely with them to develop a plan for successfully transitioning back into the community. Just as importantly, we offer the supportive services required to make that transition possible.
Most of our participants are young mothers – usually in their twenties – who are homeless because of an abusive relationship, abandonment by a partner, loss of income, mental illness, substance abuse, poor money management or a combination of these. Lacking in education and marketable skills, these women are unable to maintain the level of employment required for independence. The goal of the program is to help these women become employed at a living wage, move to permanent housing and acquire the life skills needed to stay self-sufficient.
INNterim Housing Corporation is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) organization and tax exempt as defined under IRS codes.