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Women’s Services

Catholic Charities operates a variety of programs and services, such as day shelters, employment services, meal programs, counseling, case management and child care, that serve the needs of women in our community. Our goal is to give women the skills and tools they need to lead a life of independence.

  • Anna’s House offers transitional and permanent housing for homeless women and their children in Harford County.
  • Family Stability Program (FSP), part of a nationwide initiative led by the Siemer Institute and supported by United Way of Central Maryland. FSP assists families to remain housed, supports families so their children remain in the original schools, assists families who cannot maintain their current housing in obtaining affordable housing and provides families with the tools they need to become self-sufficient.
  • My Sister’s Place Women’s Center is a comprehensive resource center for homeless and impoverished women and children in Baltimore.
  • Sarah’s House is a supportive housing program for homeless families in Anne Arundel County.
  • hosanna-house

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Women’s Services in the News, Stories & Testimonials

In a difficult transition, a taste of happiness

September 24th, 2020|

On a typical day, domestic violence hotlines receive approximately 21,000 calls, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. That's an average of 15 calls every minute. "If it wasn't for Catholic Charities' women and [...]

When yard work is a sign of love returning

July 17th, 2020|

    The Facebook post opened with a megaphone cartoon and the declaration “We have some exciting news!” That’s how Anna’s House announced it was ready to welcome volunteers back to its Bel Air property, [...]

Social unrest: How do we respond?

June 11th, 2020|

by Ron Means, MD Chief Medical Officer Forensic Psychiatrist Catholic Charities Chief Medical Officer Ron Means, MD, recently offered to our colleagues the below reflection on social unrest and how it affects the way our [...]

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