Housing Families, Building Communities, Creating a Stronger Frederick

This time of year is not only about festive celebration but service and love for our community. Our youth co-coordinator Branden McCallister is instilling that in our youth! Here are our teens from Carver working hard for their neighboring community of Lincoln, cleaning and setting up their holiday party for them! #YouthThrive #CommunityService #HolidayLove ... See MoreSee Less

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Our final "THANKS FOR GIVING" goes to Federated Charities Frederick and The Common Market Co-op for helping us create our Community Table Cooking Program! PLEASE JOIN IN THE GIVING and HELP BUILD AND SUPPORT THIS PROGRAM! Just $25 provides our families with recipe and meal planning books, while $100 equips our program with cooking supplies. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE http://www.hacfrederick.org/donate-now/ #WeThrive #ThanksforGiving #Community #NovemberGiving ... See MoreSee Less

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Our students loved the science workshop the National Cancer Institute at Frederick came to do in our community! The theme was forensic science where they got to analyze fingerprints, blood types and chromatography. Thank you and we look forward to upcoming workshops! #ScienceisFun #YouthThrive #Community ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Youth Services Coordinator Krisma Jackson is taking our High School students to visit the colleges on their lists. Last month it was Coppin State University for some of our juniors and seniors! #YouthThrive #Goals #BrightFutures ... See MoreSee Less

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Looking for info?  Quick links to Resident FAQ’s,  Applications, Forms and more. Our goal at  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 such as, classes, job training, placement and one-on-one assistance, we can help you become employed. Contact Family Services for more information on how to get started. Call 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.

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