About Community Supportive Housing

Community Supportive Housing provides permanent supportive housing for men experiencing homelessness who have a disability or are older adults. The program offers residents affordable, stable, long-term, and independent living, along with case management and other support services.  Community Supportive Housing has 4 single-family homes and serves 12 individuals.   

Community Housing History

In 2004, with the support of a grant from HUD and The Knott Foundation, Arundel House of Hope established the Community Housing Program, its first permanent housing initiative. Initially, the program provided housing for three individuals. By 2005, the program expanded to include two additional houses. In 2011, a fourth house was added. 

Interested in Joining Community Supportive Housing?

Potential Community Supportive Housing residents must be able to pay a subsidized rent, be able to live in a shared space, and get along with roommates.

To learn more about the program or to apply, please email info@arundelhoh.org and indicate interest in Community Supportive Housing or call 410-863-4888. 

7164 East Furnace Branch Rd.

Suite A

Glen Burnie, Md 21060