Dayspring is located in east Baltimore with transitional housing in the Collington Square community and other housing in surrounding areas such as Belair Edison, Madison East, and Mid-East.

Dayspring’s continuing effectiveness is largely due to the comprehensive nature of services.The continuum of services that supports families with housing, case management and other support services is enhanced by numerous community resources.

Dayspring partners include:

  • Baltimore City Department of Health
  • Baltimore City Department of Social Services
  • Baltimore City Head Start
  • Baltimore Office of Homeless Services
  • Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems
  • Black Mental Health Alliance
  • Caroline Center
  • Coalition for Homeless Children and Families (Dayspring is Lead Agency)
  • Collington Square Neighborhood Association
  • Dunbar Daycare Center
  • Episcopal Community Services of Maryland
  • Evelyn Jordan Center-HIV/AIDS medical services
  • Family League of Baltimore City, Family Recovery Program
  • Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition (HEBCAC)
  • Homeless Persons Representation Project
  • JHH School of Nursing
  • Phyllis Wheatley/Little Dimples Child Care Center
  • Safe & Sound Campaign
  • Sisters Together and Reaching (STAR)-HIV/AIDS education
  • University of Maryland outpatient treatment program-treatment
  • University of Maryland Cooperative Extension
  • United Way of Central Maryland
  • Recovery Network
  • WIC