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The Baltimore Station to host Major League Movie Night fundraiser

The Baltimore Station, an organization that provides individuals who suffer from homelessness and substance abuse disorder with residential and outpatient treatment programs, will host a Major League Movie Night, sponsored by the Baltimore Orioles, Aug. 27 at Bengies Drive-In Theatre to raise money to support the homeless veterans served by the program.

baltimore-station-310Friends and supporters of the organization can gather safely from the comfort of their own cars to enjoy the classic baseball-themed movie, “Field of Dreams.” Tickets are $75 per car, which include food from Mission BBQ and non-alcoholic drinks.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the movie begins at 8:45 p.m. The Drive-In is located at 3417 Eastern Blvd., in Middle River. Tickets are available at

The Baltimore Station provides therapeutic residential and community-based outpatient treatment programs to individuals — primarily veterans — dealing with homelessness and substance use disorder. Its programming helps break the cycle of poverty and supports individuals as they become self-sufficient members of society.

Accredited by one of the nation’s most prestigious accrediting bodies for rehabilitation facilities, The Baltimore Station is the area’s largest VA funded Grant and Per Diem (GPD) program and the only long-term residential program, providing up to 24 months of clinical care and life skills development to encourage a smoother transition to the real world and guaranteed lifelong success.

In addition to its residential program, The Baltimore Station provides outpatient programming to provide therapeutic relapse prevention services to those recovering from substance use disorder and also workforce development programming that provides residential services that facilitate stabilization and transition to permanent housing and sustainable income.


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