About the Patriot House

The Patriot House is a transitional housing program for Veterans and civilians experiencing homelessness. The program has one location that provides handicap-accessible housing for six people and one live-in Arundel House of Hope staff member.

The program’s goal is to assist Veterans and civilians to transition into permanent independent living and become self-sufficient. The Patriot House provides comprehensive case management, support, and access to resources. Areas of focus include employment, job training, educational needs, and health-related matters. The program is recovery based and participants can remain at the Patriot House for one year.

The Patriot House History

The Patriot House program was created in 2001 to address the tremendous need for homelessness services for Veterans. Funding was provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Maryland Affordable Housing Trust, and the Arundel Community Development Services (ACDS). It was the first program for homeless Veterans in Anne Arundel County. In 2023 the program transitioned from an all-Veterans program to one that serves both Veterans and civilians.

Interesting in Joining the Patriot House?

The Patriot House accepts Veterans of the United States Armed Forces and civilians who are experiencing homeless. The program is recovery-based, and potential residents must pass a background check and drug screening before being admitted into the program. Residents must remain drug and alcohol-free and submit to mandatory drug and alcohol testing throughout the program. Learn more about the eligibility requirements by reading the application.

Interested in learning more or applying? Please email info@arundelhoh.org and indicate The Patriot House or call 410-863-4888. 

7164 East Furnace Branch Rd.

Suite A

Glen Burnie, Md 21060