The mission of the Center for Community Excellence (Center4CE)
is to appropriately connect the marginalized, particularly homeless
veterans, with the resources in their communities and provide
assistance on how best to leverage them for enduring transformation.

You and our community can count on us to significantly contribute to building enduring community excellence and hope.
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According to the Baltimore Sun, an estimated 600 people sleep on Baltimore streets on a typical night, and thousands lack stable housing. According to National Institute of Health, without holistic supportive services, housing is often not enough to end homelessness. The homeless, who may be veterans and/or persons with mental health problems, substance use disorders, substance use and mental health problems, may not be in good command of the life- and/or soft-skills needed to cope with stable work and housing. To enhance the homeless’ coping resources, and personal and social competencies, we provide “Homeless Caring Kits”, and create and provide unique work and work-environment without anxiety and fear to regain livelihood. Click here for our brochure.