Advocating for Host Homes: Mulatto’s Story

Mulatto’s host home journey started early last year. He spent several months living in different homeless shelters in Baltimore city before coming to the YES Drop-In Center for their Rapid Rehousing Program. While waiting for his housing, Mulatto is eagerly anticipating the start of St. Ambrose’s Host Home Program.

The Host Home Program helps connect youth with safe and stable homes until they can find permanent housing. In his story Mulatto tells us what the opportunity to find a host home would mean to him.

If you are interested in being a Host for a youth experiencing homelessness, contact Renee Stainrod at or callingĀ 410) 366-6180 ext. 233. Our next host home trainings are February 17th and March 17th.

One Reply to “Advocating for Host Homes: Mulatto’s Story”

  1. Beautiful my brother. Stay strong, keep the faith and know Rome was not built in a day. I plan to get involved with the program so I can give back by helping other. God’s Blessings be upon you.

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