Reverend Milton E. Williams, Jr. is the founder and CEO of the New Life Evangelical Church in Baltimore, Maryland. He is a graduate of Washington Bible College and Capital Seminary and holds an Honorary Doctoral Degree from Greater Grace Theological Seminary.
In 1988, Reverend Williams founded the Hard Times Food Pantry -- now known as the New Life Food Pantry. Today it is the largest Department of Social Services food pantry in Maryland. That same year, he received the Sampson B. Green Memorial Award from the Center for Poverty Solutions.
In 2003, he founded the Turning Point Clinic in inner city Baltimore. The Turning Point Clinic serves nearly 3,000 per day where clients receive methadone or suboxone treatment to counter heroin and opioid addiction. Turning Point Clinic is the largest substance abuse clinic in Maryland and is believed to be the largest in the United States. The Clinic provides employment for 145 residents of inner city Baltimore.