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proven solution to stablize mental health and reduce chronic homelessness experienced by Maryland's most vulnerable is to first meet the basic needs every person deserves; food, a place to call home, access to quality healthcare & support.




"When I came to HolBrock Estates Community Wellness Center, I was a suicidal heroine addict.  The staff treated me with dignity and respect; as if I was someone worth knowing.  They even paid for my first addictions treatment with an outside provider out of their own pocket.  I've been clean for 5 years since I've been here.  This program has changed my life and saved it.



"I had too much on my plate.  Community Wellness Center helped me with my recovery."

We strive to help program participants acheive their fullest potential which becomes clearer with consistent treatment, support and stability.

Founded in 2013, Community Wellness Center of Freedom Healthcare, LLC has aided over 2,500 of the most vulnerable through its 3 programs and 17 affiliate support agencies in Prince Georges County and Baltimore City Maryland.


To provide high quality comprehensive healthcare & supportive services.


We aim to reduce chronic homelessness and other disparities experienced by low-income Marylanders by ensuring needed services are accessible, quality and results driven regardless of disability or socio-economic status.

Mission & Vision

Our Story

Through the privelage of providing supporive housing services to low-income individuals and families, members of our executive leadership came to the realization that individuals who experienced chronic homelessness also often coped with severe and persistent mental illness.  In fact, mental illness was the main underlying contributor to most of our clients' disparities. 


In 2013, a mental health group practice and freestanding general clinic was formed to service persons housed in affiliate assisted living facilities.  Three years later, the practice devloped into an outpatient mental health clinic and psychiatric rehabilitation program.  It relocated to Highlandtown at that time.  The medical primary care services recently moved to a larger more suitable facility in Downtown Baltimore.  The mental health programs were awarded accreditation with the Joint Commission 2017 and CARF in 2018.  Later that year, the psychiatric rehabilitation program received approval to provide health home services and a community outreach office was opened to make services accessible to residents of Anne Arundel County.

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