Listen To The Interview:
Michael Seipp is the executive director of The Baltimore Station. He explains how to best support our veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, addiction and homelessness (and why it’s a no-brainer that we do so).
Did You Know…
- roughly 33% of all homeless men are VETERANS
- 500,000-700,000 men per night are homeless in America
- unsupported homeless men cost your local jurisdiction $60,000-$100,000
per year in emergency services and crime related losses
- these men CAN get back on their feet, heal their addictions and be productive members of society with support that costs LESS than if society neglects them!
In this Interview:
- The top 2 parties (that support our vets) in Baltimore that should not to be missed!
- How the vets at The Baltimore Station helped me break free of emotional eating, anxiety and depression.
- An important tip for becoming more consistent with your food + fitness habits (so you continuously have more energy and see improvements in your body)
- The unique (holistic) therapeutic model of The Baltimore Station (gets 65% success rate as compared to 22% nationally).
- How you can easily contribute to the cause in less than a minute per day (at no cost)!
Support The Baltimore Station!
The Baltimore Station is a therapeutic residential treatment program. It supports veterans and others who are transitioning through the cycle of poverty, addiction, and homelessness on the way to self-sufficiency.
Most of the counseling staff are veterans with the knowledge and experience to serve homeless vets struggling with addiction and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The Baltimore Station is highly effective and it needs your support to continue serving our veterans and our society. Check out upcoming events on their website.