The Baltimore Station Names Paul Martin Clinical Director

Formerly the assistant clinical director, Martin now leads the clinical program after more than two decades

The Baltimore Station, an organization that provides individuals, primarily veterans, who suffer from homelessness and substance abuse disorder with residential treatment programs, announced today that Paul Martin has been promoted to clinical director from his previous role as assistant clinical director. In this leadership role, Martin is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the residential clinical programming and operations.

As clinical director, Martin will provide leadership and insight into clinical programming and ensure continued programmatic excellence and consistent quality of services to achieve the organization’s mission. Martin will actively seek out avenues for program growth and expansion, and forge community alliances, all while managing and maintaining an effective and successful client service program. Beyond overseeing clinical personnel, Martin will strategize, coordinate, and assess service delivery to clients, maintaining records and reports relative to the program.

“Paul’s promotion from assistant clinical director to clinical director marks a significant milestone in his journey with The Baltimore Station. His unwavering dedication and profound understanding of our mission have been invaluable assets,” said Kim Callari, executive director at The Baltimore Station. “We’re confident that Paul’s seasoned expertise, cultivated through years of service, will fortify and expand our programming, enhancing our capacity to support homeless veterans across the state.”

Martin’s promotion to clinical director at The Baltimore Station comes after 22 years of dedicated service with the organization. He initially oversaw the building operations and progressed through the ranks where he assumed the role of assistant clinical director before his recent appointment as clinical director. During his tenure as assistant clinical director, Martin effectively managed and directed various facets of treatment programs, from planning and development to implementation and supervision. His responsibilities encompassed ensuring program compliance with contractual obligations, among other duties. Before joining The Baltimore Station, Martin served as a case manager for drug court clients undergoing long-term treatment, providing support to both veteran and civilian clients. His career journey also includes roles as a drug counselor, board-approved supervisor, and community and therapy case manager.

Martin, a veteran of the US Navy, is a native of Baltimore and a graduate of Baltimore City Community College and Coppin State University. He received his Associate of Applied Science in Allied Human Services and Addiction Counseling from Baltimore City Community College. He then earned his Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Services and his Masters’ degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, both from Coppin State University.

About The Baltimore Station

The Baltimore Station provides therapeutic 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 the community. 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. At The Baltimore Station, we turn lives around.