Looking for brighter days ahead...
As we write, the federal eviction and foreclosure moratoria have been extended a mere 30 days. Relief programs exist, but do not match the depth of need-- nor its urgency.

The path forward isn't clear.

What we can say with complete certainty is that St. Ambrose will be here, as we have been for more than 50 years, to support our community, to share our experience and expertise with our neighbors, and to help all the individuals and families St. Ambrose serves achieve the safety, security, stability, and dignity that they deserve.
Even as we're taking off our masks and beginning to gather in person, the impact of COVID continues to be felt, with individuals and families still experiencing financial distress and housing insecurity. If you are struggling with mortgage payments or concerned about paying rent or facing eviction, you're not alone. Get in touch today. St. Ambrose can help you achieve secure, stable homeownership.

Staff attorneys and housing counselors work in tandem to help individuals and families protect their homes. This multi-faceted approach is unmatched elsewhere in the state, making St. Ambrose uniquely capable when it comes to homeownership and a critical resource for Baltimore homeowners and renters.
The Child Tax Credit is a tax benefit to help families who are raising children. The tax credit is $3,000 per child 6-17 years old and $3,600 per child under 6 years old.

All working families will get the full credit if they make up to $150,000 for a couple or $112,500 for a family with a single parent (also called Head of Household).

Are you eligible? Find out here.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) provides FREE internet to eligible households.
Households are eligible for EBB if they meet any of the following categories: Current Pell Grant Recipient; Any household with a current Baltimore City Public School Student; Anyone currently receiving Medicaid or Snap Benefits; Anyone currently eligible for Comcast Internet Essentials OR; Anyone that has experienced a substantial loss of income since February 29, 2020. Learn more from the Baltimore Digital Equity Coalition.