ERP International Joins The Baltimore Station’s “Friends of The Station” Corporate Giving Program


The Baltimore Station, an organization that supports individuals dealing with homelessness and substance use disorder by providing residential and community based therapy programs, is pleased to announce that ERP International, LLC, a provider of health, science and technology solutions that supports clients in both the government and commercial sectors, has joined its “Friends of The Station” giving program. The financial commitment from ERP International qualifies it as a bronze level partner in the program.

ERP International has pledged to continue to provide support for the organization that includes financial support, volunteer service and preparing meals for the residents.

“ERP is committed to giving back to the communities in which we live and work,” said Melvin Petty, CEO and managing partner, ERP International. “We have employees across the country, but everyone agreed that the business should support causes involving veterans, mental health, families, adoptions and homelessness and The Baltimore Station was a natural fit and checked many of those boxes.”

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.

Current organizations that are part of the “Friends of The Station” giving program are Highpoint Global, Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA), , RBR-Technologies, Inc., 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 provides therapeutic residential and community-based outpatient treatment programs to individuals—primarily veterans—dealing with homelessness and substance use disorder. Its innovative programming helps break the cycle of poverty and supports individuals as they 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 largest VA funded Grant and Per Diem (GPD) program and the only long-term residential program, 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. In addition to its residential program, The Baltimore Station provides outpatient programming to provide therapeutic relapse prevention services to those recovering from substance use disorder and also workforce development programming that provides residential services that facilitate stabilization and transition to permanent housing and sustainable income. At The Baltimore Station, we turn lives around.

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