Modu Tech Expands Partnership with The Baltimore Station


The Baltimore Station, a residential treatment program supporting veterans and others transitioning from homelessness and substance use disorder to self-sufficiency, is pleased to announce that Modu Tech, a turnkey carpentry business providing products and services to general contractors, has joined its “Friends of The Station” giving program. The $10,000 commitment from Modu Tech qualifies it as a gold level partner in the “Friends of The Station” program.

Modu Tech has pledged a $10,000 gift for 2018. The donation is an expansion of Modu Tech’s on-going partnership with The Baltimore Station, which has included employing residents as maintenance support staff and providing organizational oversight by having staff serve on the organization’s board of directors.

“One of Modu Tech’s core values is to support organizations that are improving the lives of residents in our community and The Baltimore Station is doing just that,” said Scott Stevens, president at Modu Tech. “The Station’s treatment model has been successful in generating positive outcomes by helping the men rebuild their dignity and self-worth. We value all that they do for veterans in Baltimore and look forward to continuing to support the organization and its residents.”

Launched just last year, the “Friends of The Station” corporate giving program recognizes the individual donors, businesses and other partners that have committed $2,500 or more of financial support to The Baltimore Station. Those included in the “Friends of The Station” circle typically make pledges over the long term, as opposed to one-time donations.

“Modu Tech has been a valued partner for the last seven years and has been instrumental in the successful recovery of many of our residents,” said John Friedel, executive director at The Baltimore Station. “We are honored that the organization is expanding its support, which will be incredibly impactful for veterans in Baltimore.”

Current organizations that are part of the “Friends of The Station” giving program are Highpoint Global, Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA), TE SubCom and The South Baltimore Network. For more information about the “Friends of The Station” program or The Baltimore Station, visit

About The Baltimore Station

The Baltimore Station is a therapeutic residential treatment program that helps homeless men – primarily veterans – bound by drug and alcohol addiction break the cycle and 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 only long-term residential program in the area, 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. At The Baltimore Station, we turn lives around.

About Modu Tech

Modu Tech offers the general contractor products and services unique to the industry…turnkey carpentry. It is a one-stop-shop for framing, labor, building materials, trusses and panels. Modu Tech is known for solving problems quickly and efficiently, coordinating and facilitating trades and above all, providing an excellent product at an affordable price. For more information about Modu Tech, visit

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