Schmale suggested Valeri Hampton at Bon Secours would have more information, but the hospital's Community Institute of Behavioral Services responded to City Paper with a boilerplate paragraph saying it is working diligently to "provide all identified homeless individuals in the Port Covington encampment with outreach supportive services. The homeless issue is one that we are dealing with throughout Baltimore and now, with development in Port Covington underway, we have an opportunity to assist the many in need in that part of the city as well. We have identified a number of homeless individuals and have offered each of them assistance with housing resources that they may be eligible for including shelters, permanent housing options, income-based housing and other housing resources as appropriate. In addition, each of these people have been offered assistance in the areas of case management, mental health, substance use, general medical care and help with their most basic needs including food, clothing and transportation. The Bon Secours team will continue engagement efforts in providing assistance to the homeless individuals in Port Covington, and we thank Sagamore Development for their support in our efforts to fulfill our mission of being Good Help to those in need."