In partnership with Recovery In Community (RIC), EHC converted a vacant row house and adjacent Laundromat into an eight-bedroom transitional housing facility that will provide housing for women who are currently receiving substance abuse recovery services from RIC. Additionally, the former Laundromat has been converted into a doctors office for RIC clients as well as much-needed program meeting space. EHC coordinated the entire development process including building the development team and securing capital funds.
RIC is a community-based program dedicated to reducing drug-related crime and substance abuse in the southwest communities of Baltimore City through the provision of alcohol abuse and drug addiction counseling services.
Owner | Recovery In Community
Architect | RM Sovich Architecture
Contractor | The Michael Group
Funding Sources | State of Maryland Shelter and Transitional Housing Grant Program, State of Maryland FAF grant, Maryland Affordable Housing Trust, The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, The Abell Foundation, The France Merrick Foundations, The Meyerhoff Foundation