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Transitional Housing Program

Faith house, hope house; st. ann's center; homeless families; mothers and children

Housing with Support

In 1996, St. Ann's opened Faith House to address the critical housing need for local mothers and their children who were experiencing homelessness. In 2013, we opened Hope House, a new housing unit and expansion of our supportive housing model.

Faith House

Our Faith House program is housed in a standalone building on St. Ann's campus and includes eight private one-bedroom apartments with a shared kitchen and living areas. Faith House participants receive access to all of St. Ann's supportive services, but in a more independent setting.

Hope House

Residents of St. Ann's new Hope House program live in large, single-family units on the first floor of St. Ann's main building and share kitchens, bathrooms and living spaces. As in Faith House, residents have access to our wrap-around support services, in addition to 24-hour supervision and mentoring.


Hope House and Faith House clients benefit from St. Ann's on-site, wrap-around services which are designed to not only address their immediate housing needs, but also prepare them for a family-sustaining career, stable home life, and independence.

St. Ann's Employment & Education Counselor encourages, guides and supports the career goals and aspirations of every client.

Our Resident & Life Skills Managers build on each client's inherent strengths in our weekly Parenting and Life Skills Classes.

Hope House and Faith House families have access to our affordable, on-site Child Care Center. Children older than four years old can attend our local Prince George's County public schools. 

Every resident receives one-on-one suppportive counseling and case management from our Social Work Services Department.


Are you a single mother experiencing instability due to homelessness, pregnancy, poverty or trauma? Find out how to get in touch with us.