The Mary House Housing Program

Mary House’s primary focus is its transitional housing program for low-income immigrant and refugee families. We serve diverse populations in both DC and Maryland and continue to expand the traditional definition of "family." This expanded definition includes intergenerational families, single mothers, two-parent households, and pregnant women. All families living at Mary House are united in their desire to provide a safe and secure environment for their children.

Mary House case workers work with families to obtain the medical care, education, legal representation, and employment that best suits their needs. Our families are provided with a strong network of support that is dedicated to ensuring their needs are met.

The Regina Maria Apartments

Twelve Family Oriented Apartments with Planned Opening in 2021

Mary House is now expanding to build housing the Regina Maria Apartments  in the Brookland neighborhood of Northeast DC. Mary House hopes to continue the contributions it has made to providing housing for at-risk immigrant and refugee families in the area.
Mary House is working with a project development team on plans for the Regina Maria Apartments. The site will provide intergenerational housing for single mothers, grandparents and larger families. Mary House hopes to break ground on the Regina Maria apartments in Spring of 2020.