To promote safe and healthy housing throughout Maryland, through continued community outreach and education efforts to enable residents to be strong advocates for their themselves, and their neighborhoods.
We are committed to safe and healthy housing for all people, regardless of race, gender, family status, age, marital status, color, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, disability, political affiliation, or religion. We are also committed to the economic development of Maryland’s neighborhoods through the eradication of blighted, unsafe structures, and the enforcement of building codes and housing laws.
- reporting on and assisting residents with issues that arise from poor housing conditions (whether occupied or vacant),
- education and outreach efforts to include, but not limited to rent court mediation programming, connecting residents to City and State resources where appropriate,
- working with City and State government agencies and nonprofits on eviction prevention,
- monitoring, reporting on and advocating for better housing policy in Baltimore City and the State of Maryland.
Our assistance is available to anyone, regardless of income level, race, religion, sex, family status, age, or sexual orientation.