Helping Up Mission Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Helping Up Mission's estimated annual revenue is currently $13.5M per year.(i)
  • Helping Up Mission's estimated revenue per employee is $100,000

Employee Data

  • Helping Up Mission has 135 Employees.(i)
  • Helping Up Mission grew their employee count by 9% last year.
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Mission Statement - Helping Up Mission provides hope to the poor and homeless. We do this through programs designed to meet their individual physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. Helping Up Mission is faith-based, Christ-centered; yet, we serve anyone needing our help to the fullest extent that our resources allow. Helping Up Mission serves 500 men everyday in four primary programs and services: 1. Overnight Guest Services - providing shelter, food, and support services for up to 50 men experiencing true homelessness each day. 2. Spiritual Recovery Program - 1-year residential program for men striving to break the grip of alcoholism and/or drug addiction. 3. Graduate Transitional Housing - Up to 50 graduates of the Spiritual Recovery Program can stay as many as 24 additional months in separate semi-private dorm-style rooms (2-4 per room). 4. Graduate Intern Program - for as many as 15-18 men continuing their connection with the Mission in a non-paid Internship for 1 year. Some interns transition to full-time paid employment in the Mission. Others gain employable skills in program administration, operations, maintenance, and other disciplines.



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Helping Up Mission News

09/03/2019 - Helping Up Mission To Open New Facility For Women, Children Struggling With Homelessness, Addiction

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There's a breath of fresh air in Baltimore for women struggling with homelessness and addiction. The Helping Up ...

09/08/2019 - Helping Up unveils rejuvenated courtyard ahead of expanding women's center

Helping Up Mission Inc.'s women support location on East Chase Street in Baltimore has received a facelift as the organization prepares for an ...

09/03/2019 - CareFirst: Maryland should expand dental care efforts

In Baltimore, the Helping Up Mission, which assists individuals battling addiction and homelessness, recently began using a $50,000 grant ...

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