Housing Families, Building Communities, Creating a Stronger Frederick

More from our Police vs Kids Kickball Game last week! Frederick Police Department Frederick Police Activities League (PAL) #Community #Youth #WeThrive ... See MoreSee Less

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BIG thanks to our new garden crew Tonya Amedon, Katina Smallwood and Bo from HACF, Connie Ray from Hood College and Growing for a Healthy Future: Frederick Interfaith Gardens and the wonderful volunteers from United Way of Frederick County, Maryland and Wells Fargo for the #LiveUnited #DayofAction last week that helped put our #communitygardens to rest for the season! #Community #WeThrive ... See MoreSee Less

Had a great day at the Lucas Village gardens getting the beds prepared for winter. Huge thanks to United Way of Frederick County, Maryland for arranging a wonderful #DayofAction. We had 26 dedicated...

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We had a powerful session this week with our Hood College Mentors where our students focused on setting goals and building the bridges to reach them. They built their bridges with popsicle sticks and discussed ways to develop good work ethic to reach your dreams and goals. #Mentorship #Goals #YouthThrive Hood College ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to our Youth Coordinator Krisma Jackson for taking some of our Youth to the inspirational book reading at Curious Iguana where they met the author of "The Stars Beneath Our Feet" and each got a copy to take home! #Inspiration #Books #YouthThrive ... 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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