Summer Food Program Provides Nutrition to Children & Teens
The Summer Food Service Program for children and teens is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), through the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and is administered locally by the Baltimore Housing Office of Community Services. Currently, six HABC developments are staffed by trained site supervisors (most of whom are with ORS) ensuring that all meals are served in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.Read More
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) was established in 1937 to provide federally-funded public housing programs and related services for Baltimore's low-income residents.
HABC is one of the largest public housing authorities in the country. Currently, owns 6,999 public housing units in 13 sites and various scattered sites and has more than 700 employees.
HABC serves over 19,000 households through its Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher programs.
What's Coming Up
Lakeview Tower Annual Community Health & Block Party12:00 PM
Join the Resident Advisory Board at the annual Lakeview Tower Community Health Fair and Block Party! There will be many vendors, entertainment, prizes and free food!
Perkins Homes Community Meeting6:00 PM
HABC introduces a forum for expression that provides an opportunity for our executive leadership to directly hear the voice of our residents. Come and learn about new programs, what’s going on in YOUR community, and tell us how we can help!
September Board of Commissioner's Meeting4:00 PM
HABC introduces a forum for expression that provides an opportunity for our executive leadership to directly hear the voice of our residents. Come and learn about new programs, what’s going on in YOUR community, and tell us how we can help! We want to hear from you!
HABC is committed to affirmatively further fair housing by promoting non-discrimination, fair and equal housing opportunities and fair housing choice and to fostering inclusive communities. HABC implements its programs in a manner that is consistent with the fair housing laws, including but not limited to the Fair Housing Act and the Maryland and Baltimore City laws, which prohibit discrimination in housing or services directly or indirectly on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, familial status, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age and ancestry.