Who we are:
Harford Family House was established in 1989 by the nine Episcopal Churches in Harford County to shelter families with children experiencing homelessness. Starting with a single housing unit, we have grown to 37 housing units and continue to expand. In addition to shelter for families, we provide:
- Education in life skills, job readiness and personal growth
- Individualized case management to help each family overcome the root cause of their homelessness
- Referrals to partner agencies
- Personal connection to the community through local churches and volunteers
How you can help:
There are many ways for you to get involved. Below are some of the many possibilities.
- Attend or sponsor an event
- Volunteer - one time projects as well as ongoing opportunities are available
- Make a financial donation
- Help spread the word
My HFH Story: Christina L.
"Being a former client of Harford Family House, I’m choosing to share my story because the organization means so much to myself and my three children, Aiden, Braison and Dasja. In January 2015 I was experiencing an issue of domestic abuse and was desperately in need of help..." - Christina L. [Read More]