2015 20th Street
Fort Meade, MD 20755
Sarah's House - Emergency & Transitional Housing
Sarah's House is a supportive housing program offering emergency and transitional housing with an array of other services for homeless families in Anne Arundel County.
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About Sarah's House
We provide safe shelter, daily meals, and personal, as well as professional, casework support for those in need. As a supportive housing program for homeless families, Sarah’s House is much more than just a safe place to sleep. Our goal is to effect positive change in the families we serve by providing the following:
- emergency housing for up to 90 days
- transitional housing for 18 to 24 months
- casework assistance for 12 months
- parenting classes
- GED classes
- computer classes and workshops
- employment programs
- licensed child care center
- variety of counseling services
- transportation to and from work and doctor appointments
- three meals each day
Phone: (410) 551-7722
Who we serve
To be a guest at Sarah’s House, you must be referred by Anne Arundel County DSS, and all guests must be from Anne Arundel County.
Sarah's House is one of three shelters in the United States supported by the U.S. Army.
Computer classes and workshops are funded by Anne Arundel Community College and United Way
"Everything that I have been able to do - get my kids in daycare, find a full-time job, learn how to budget my money - is thanks to Sarah's House," said Lauren Volker, a former Sarah's House resident. "The volunteers and staff have been wonderful, and have been such a help to me and my family. This program teaches you a lot and gives you the tools to be independent. I am determined to make it on my own, and thanks to Sarah's House I am more determined than ever."