GEDCO’s Harford House serves men who were homeless by providing permanent housing with supportive services. The house is a series of three adjoined row houses with private bedrooms and a shared common kitchen, restroom, and living space on each floor. In addition, it offers a computer lab, workout room, and communal cooking/eating area.
Harford House was developed using the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program and has been in operation since 1994.
- An on-site Advocacy Counselor assists residents on an individual basis by assessing his history; designing a goal and action plan for success; and monitoring his progress, adjusting when necessary
- Our collaborative approach with other organizations brings health screenings, education sessions about job skills and financial responsibility, cooking classes, computer tutoring, and more to our residents.
For More Information
- Apply for housing for people experiencing homelessness through the city’s coordinated assessment. Call “211” to get connected!
- For general information or to offer help, contact GEDCO’s Harford House at 410-752-4415.
- Employees: Ann Hedgebeth, Palestine Boone, Frank Principato, and Cynthia Holden
- View our map (1517 E. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21213)