Housing Families, Building Communities, Creating a Stronger Frederick

The Mission of The Housing Authority of the City of Frederick (HACF) is to to engage with Frederick’s low and moderate income residents by providing a healthy foundation for economic self-sufficiency through employment and educational supports in safe, affordable housing.

The HACF provides safe, affordable housing to Frederick’s low-income residents and promotes thriving, successful communities through our programs.

It was beautiful to see the outpouring of #community that came out to honor Nicole Campbell at Carver Community Center last night. Her memorial service will take place this Saturday May 7th at 1:00pm at Quinn Chapel A.M.E. Church at 106 E 3rd St and the Repast will take place at 3:00 pm at the Clara Harris Community Center at 111 Pennsylvania Ave. You can also show support for the family at http://gofundme.com/nicolecampbell ... See MoreSee Less

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Brightening up our community gardens this season! #wethrive #youthgardenclub ... See MoreSee Less

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Housing Authority celebrated with the Human Relations Commission on April 11, 2016. Congratulations to Anthony Owens, Shirley Fossett, Stephanie Letourneau, and SHIP for receiving an award! ... See MoreSee Less

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TODAY is Voting Day! Exercise your right and Get Out & Vote! Find your polling place here http://www.elections.state.md.us/voting/where.html #WeThrive ... See MoreSee Less

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Looking for info?  Quick links to Resident FAQ’s,  Applications, Forms and more. Our goal at the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick (HACF) is to do more than just provide a safe, comfortable home for you and your family.


As a proud member of the Frederick community, HACF is working to build stronger stable communities within our neighborhoods. We strive to bridge diversity and unify the Frederick community through our different events. Learn more here.


Through a variety of programs, classes and one-on-one assistance, we can help you become employed. Contact Family Services for information on how to get started: 301-696-1875 or more info here.


Get your GED, take classes at FCC, at HACF we can help with tutors and child literacy classes. Attend our garden and cooking classes. If you would like to get started on continuing your education, contact us now 301-696-1875 or get more info here.