Paca House

Paca House

Revitalization for homeless adults and America's veterans through permanent supportive housing


Paca House was first launched in 1996 as a comprehensive response to widespread homelessness among vulnerable populations in Baltimore City and surrounding environs. Located at 116 North Paca Street, the facility and program are designed to help low-income and homeless adults, seniors, persons with disabilities and veterans make positive life changes through 92 units of permanent housing and supportive services provided by VOACC staff and partnering local agencies and organizations within the community.


Housing and services are provided to adults who meet the following criteria:

  • Must earn 50% or below the area median income
  • Must be on an in-house waiting list
  • Must pass a credit and background check by property management
  • Must complete income and tax credit certifications annually with property management

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Services Provided

Our voluntary services and activities include, but are not limited to: 

  • Financial literacy classes
  • Health education classes /screenings
  • Cooking and nutrition classes
  • Church/bible study
  • End of life planning and personal insurance
  • Referrals for healthcare benefits, GED classes, vocational training, substance abuse and mental health treatment.

Hours of Operation

Administrative Offices are open Monday – Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM

For general inquiries, please contact us at the phone number or email below:
Phone: (410) 837-7222