Watch MCCH Staff Ring Our Housing Bell!
At our HBCAC Men's Emergency Shelter, MCCH staff works with clients to make their experience of homelessness as brief as possible. Thanks to our new service delivery model, clients have been moving into permanent homes at a record-breaking rate!

Watch the video above to see MCCH staff member Kara Morrill ring our Housing Bell to celebrate the end of homelessness for 19 clients in only two months!
Seneca Heights Celebrates a Spook-tacular Halloween!
Halloween was no trick for the 34 children and their families at MCCH's Seneca Heights Apartments! Our staff threw a party to remember with a tasty lunch, creative costumes, and pumpkin carving. The children at Seneca enjoyed festive treats and played fun games to celebrate the holiday.
MCCH's 2017 Holiday Gift Drive Starts NOW!
It's our favorite time of the year! We're kicking off our Holiday Gift Drive and need your help to provide wrapped gifts for the 1,600 men, women, and children we serve.

You can help spread holiday cheer by donating gifts OR by joining our wrapping team! However you choose to help, know that you're making a difference in the lives of our clients during this special time of year.
Volunteers Making a Difference
Thanks to CAPREIT  for making lunches for the clients at our  HBCAC Men's Emergency Shelter ! As they worked, these volunteers learned about homelessness in Montgomery County and how we can work together to make positive changes in our community. 
On November 1st, hypothermia season began at our HBCAC Men's Emergency Shelter, and our client capacity increased to over 200 men experiencing homelessness. In October, a hard-working volunteer group from  Avison Young  helped us prepare by scrubbing sleeping mats, sorting sheets and blankets, and organizing supplies! Thanks to their help, we're ready to provide emergency shelter to those who need it.
Read THIS Before You Donate!
When we speak with people who want to help by donating items for our clients, people often ask us:

Isn’t something better than nothing if all I can give are things I no longer use?
But shouldn’t people be grateful for anything they can get?

The short answer to both questions is no.
In Case You Missed It:
Thank you for your commitment to ensuring that all Montgomery County residents have a safe, stable and affordable place to call home!


Susie Sinclair-Smith, Executive Director
Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless and President of Coalition Homes
600-B East Gude Drive Rockville MD, 20850