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Our Lady of Fatima I2020-06-04T16:08:33+00:00

Important Notice:

While Maryland has moved into Stage II reopening plans, Catholic Charities has ongoing discussions about deliberate and thoughtful ways to operate in the safest possible manner for our colleagues, volunteers, communities, and individuals we serve. We continue to ask our wonderful volunteers to stay safer at home.

  • Many regular business practices (i.e. lease signings and meetings with residents) are on-hold while we focus on supporting and communicating with residents at this time.

Catholic Charities Senior Communities has implemented multiple measures to protect residents and employees against COVID-19.

Significant resident and employee education and communication efforts are continuing in support of proper hand hygiene and proactive additional precautions to minimize risk.

We follow direction from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and the Maryland Health Department (MDH) with support from the Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD).

We monitor daily all expert guidance and adjust procedures accordingly.

  • While the presence of family and friends is a huge part of life for residents, to reduce risk, we have asked residents to postpone visits until further notice and to instead connect virtually or by phone.
  • We have been in close communication with our residents during this difficult time.
  • We have discontinued various events and volunteers in our communities and are encouraging resident to limit interaction in common spaces within each community.
  • We have discontinued our shuttle service and are connecting residents to food and supplies as needed.
  • Necessary visits by home health and related service providers, and similar care-giving visits by family/friends, are still taking place.

Thank you for your continued support as the entire community works to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and we work to protect residents and employees of Catholic Charities Senior Communities.

Our Lady of Fatima I – Baltimore City 

Our Lady of Fatima I and Our Lady of Fatima II, Catholic Charities Senior Communities, offer a total of 105 one-bedroom, rent-assisted apartments for adults 62 and over. The community is located in East Baltimore, at the corner of Kane and Pratt Streets, adjacent to the Our Lady of Fatima church, across from the Anchor Square shopping center, and one block from Eastern Avenue. Shopping, places of worship, a library, two senior centers, and recreational activities are located nearby. Our Lady of Fatima I and Our Lady of Fatima II buildings are joined by a contemplative courtyard.

Catholic Charities welcomes people regardless of faith and is an Equal Housing Opportunity provider.

For residents only

Services and Amenities

  • Senior Support Services: meals; light housekeeping; laundry; customized personal assitance and case management available at a reasonable cost
  • Our Lady of Fatima II: Welless Suite – staffed by a geriatrician and nurse practitioner from Johns Hopkins Bayview
  • Resident computer center
  • Resident Association
  • Multipurpose room
  • Laundry room
  • Personal emergency response system
  • Intercom and controlled entry system
  • Units wired for telephone and cable television service
  • Gardens on the building grounds
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Elevator
  • Close to public transportation

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Contact Information 

Senior Communities in Baltimore City: Our Lady of Fatima I and II

Our Lady of Fatima I
6424 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21224

Our Lady of Fatima II
200 Kane Street, Baltimore, MD 21224

667-600-3301
housing@cc-md.org

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