This program does not provide emergency housing. This is permanent affordable housing for tenants that are eligible for independent community living. Intake and placement require matching the tenant to the proper living situation based on available openings. Please call for more information.
The Eastern Shore Campus provides therapeutic residential services to male youth, ages 14-21. Residents are provided therapeutic, academic, behavioral and life skills supports to assist them in building skills to overcome emotional and behavioral issues particularly in response to developmental and complex trauma.
Cabell Corporation is a property management company that has 13 subsidized housing projects in Maryland and Delaware. Call the number above and you will be given contact information for the manager of one of the projects, depending on where you would like to live.
If you or someone you know are in need of assistance with food or clothing and live in the 21655 zip code, Crisis Care Ministries can help. We can also assist with your housing search and act as a liaison between you and the landlord. We work with local, state, and federal agencies to provide support. Those in need are required to show proof of residence (utility bill, lease or ID) and should contact either Charles or Melissa Busch at any time.
His Hope Haven accepts single men and women, as well as family groups, as guests. The shelter opens at 5:30 PM and guests are provided with dinner, breakfast the next morning, and a packed lunch. Shower facilities are available. Guests leave at 9 AM each morning. Guests without transportation are driven into Denton, and picked up there later. The drop off and pickup area is in the parking lot of the court house across from the Episcopal Church on Gay Street.
BNI's Tenant-Landlord Hotline serves residential landlords and tenants throughout Maryland, with the exception of Montgomery County. The hotline handles more than 20,000 calls annually and there is no charge to callers for the service. Hotline Counselors provide both landlords and tenants with information about their rights and responsibilities under Maryland Tenant–Landlord Law and refer callers to other state and local resources such as rent court, small claims court, the local housing code enforcement office, and other legal resources where appropriate. Counselors are unable to provide callers with referrals to lawyers.