The Journey Home Board was created in December 2013 to establish the priorities, strategies, and policies for the implementation of the Journey Home Plan.
This group consists of members of the cabinet of the Mayor of the City of Baltimore, providers of services to people experiencing homelessness, advocates, philanthropic and business partners, and people who have experienced homelessness. This Board also acts as Baltimore’s Continuum of Care (CoC) Board responsible for planning the spectrum of services for persons at risk of homelessness and those experiencing homelessness in Baltimore City.
Deputy Chief for Housing Choice Voucher Program, Housing Authority of Baltimore City
Chief of Social Work, US Department of Veterans Affairs
Division Director, Community Services Catholic Charities of Baltimore
Chief Academic Officer, Baltimore City Schools
Case Management Supervisor, Youth Empowered Society
Chief Information Officer, Baltimore City Health Department
Chief of Operations, City of Baltimore
Faces of Homelessness Speakers’ Bureau
Director, Mayor's Office of Human Services
Director, Baltimore Civic Site The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Managing Attorney, Homeless Persons Representation Project
Program Director, Basic Human Needs & Health, Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
Associate Director, Recovery Support Services Behavioral Health System Baltimore
Interim CEO, Health Care Access Maryland
President & CEO, Health Care for the Homeless Inc.
Executive Director Episcopal Housing Corporation
Director of Programs and Clinical Services, House of Ruth Maryland
Managing Attorney, Disability Rights Maryland
Director, Mayor’s Office of Employment Development
Manager of Data Analysis & Performance, Center for Urban Families
President and CEO, Saint Vincent DePaul of Baltimore
Robert Stokes, Sr.
12th District Councilman, Baltimore City Council
Acting Director, Department of Social Services
Chief Academic Offices, University of Baltimore