Are you having trouble finding an affordable rental home? The MD Housing Search locator allows you to see available housing that best fits your individual and family needs. Individuals can search for housing using various search criteria with special mapping features to find apartment listings.
If you’re a veteran looking for affordable housing, you can reach out to the Veterans Services Center at Sheppard Pratt in the heart of Fell’s Point. The organization supports housing, job training and employment for veterans.
If you need short-term or long-term housing, the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training (MCVET) offers facilities for your needs, including a day drop-in facility.
In addition to housing, case managers work with veterans during the first 60 days of residency. Counseling and recovery classes are offered, and the case manager works with the veteran on received VA benefits. Education and employment are also components of care at MCVET.
Homeless Veteran Hotline
Homeless Veterans, those at risk of homelessness, or anyone concerned about one can call 2-1-1 or contact the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans at 1-877-424-3838 to get free, 24/7 support for a personal crisis. Trained responders work with homeless Veterans and connect them to resources in their area.
The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans assists homeless Veterans in finding the services that they need by giving information to connect them with local community organizations.
Call the toll-free line at 1-800-435-7838 to speak with someone today. They also list other homeless housing resources in Maryland.
If you cannot find support from an agency that works with veterans, you can also try other nonprofits in the 211 database that help with rent and other housing needs:
MD HOPE Hotline
If you are having trouble paying your mortgage, don’t wait. Get assistance now. Call the MD HOPE Hotline at 1-877-462-7555.
The MD HOPE Hotline may be able to get you in touch with a housing counselor in your area to help you work out a plan to pay your mortgage. The key is to ask for help early and persistently.
Free and confidential foreclosure prevention assistance is available at many locations across Maryland. Housing counselors can help you understand your mortgage documents, explain the options you have and help you negotiate a “Workout Plan” with your lender.