Baltimore City Sheriff’s Office

Tenant Eviction Resources

Housing Stability

https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/departments/housing/eviction-prevention-program

Maryland Legal Aid

https://www.mdlab.org/

Maryland Rent Court

https://www.marylandrentcourt.com/services/eviction-services-in-baltimore-city/

Rental Assistance in Baltimore City

https://www.needhelppayingbills.com/html/baltimore_rental_assistance.html

Residential Eviction Prevention Resources

https://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/evictions.aspx

St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore

https://www.vincentbaltimore.org/get-help/

United Way of Central Maryland Eviction Prevention and Rehousing

https://www.uwcm.org/housing-programs

Other information or assistance for tenants:

Eviction Prevention Unit – (410) 878-8650

Legal Aid Bureau – (410) 951-7777, (800) 999-8904

Maryland District Court Self-Help Center – (410) 260-1392, mdcourts.gov/legalhelp

People’s Law Library – peoples-law.org

Public Justice Center – (410) 625-9409

Green and Healthy Homes Initiative – (410) 534-6447 / (800)-370-LEAD

Consumer Protection Division, Office of The Attorney General of Maryland Consumer Hotline – (410) 528-8662, Mon-Fri 9 am–3 pm

For more information on landlord and tenants rights and procedures, please contact:

Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc. Tenant-Landlord Hotline: (410) 243-6007

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Eviction Information & Resources

One of the duties of the Baltimore City Sheriff’s Office is to enforce court-ordered assistance to property owners. Evictions are an unfortunate but necessary part of that duty. The Office’s role in the eviction process is to make sure the process is legal, and that property is returned to the rightful owner. In essence, the Sheriff’s Office protects the rights of both the property owner and the tenant. An eviction is only legal if a Deputy Sheriff is present.