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Community Housing Assistance

Catholic Charities offers several programs to assist individuals and families achieve permanent housing, in cooperation with government agencies.

Programs

Holden Hall is a safe place to live for 14 formerly homeless, disabled men. LEARN MORE>>

Hosanna House is a permanent housing facility that serves 15 women over the age of fifty who have been chronically homeless and have medical and/or mental health diagnoses. LEARN MORE>>

Project REACH offers permanent individual housing for men, women, and families with disabilities who are experiencing homelessness. Regular case management sessions are provided to monitor each participant’s progress toward independence. LEARN MORE>>

We help eligible* families in Baltimore City who are experiencing homelessness find stable, affordable housing so that with employment and a stable family life, they can become self-sufficient and independent. LEARN MORE>>

Project Promise offers permanent individual housing for men, women and families with disabilities who are experiencing homelessness. Regular case management sessions are provided to monitor each participant’s progress toward independence. LEARN MORE>>

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Community Housing Assistance in the News, Stories & Testimonials

Working online works for jobseekers, too

June 5th, 2020|

When jobseekers needed new approaches, the Work4Success program revamped to address their needs. Less than three months later, they encountered another challenge: COVID-19.   The economy cratered, significantly changing the job landscape, and a statewide quarantine [...]

Small businesses, big hearts

May 22nd, 2020|

Editor's note: We are very grateful for food donations. At the moment, we ask that new groups or individuals consider donations of in-kind goods beyond food. Each day, it takes countless donations to help Catholic [...]

Activists: House homeless at Baltimore hotels during pandemic

April 7th, 2020|

The Daily Record, By: Adam Bednar Daily Record Business Writer April 6, 2020 Housing advocates are calling on Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young to start moving homeless residents into hotels to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Baltimore [...]

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