Since 1988, HIP's bilingual housing counselors and community outreach specialists have provided quality housing & financial counseling services to more than 25,000 renters, first-time home buyers, and homeowners in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties. In response to the rental housing crisis caused by the pandemic, HIP significantly expanded its Rental Counseling & Eviction Prevention program, assessing the eligibility of over 1,800 residents for COVID-19 rental relief funds and helping more than 500 renters at risk of eviction secure close to $1 million in relief. HIP also provides case management and counseling services to families transitioning out of homelessness – successfully placing them in secure housing and while they work toward long-term housing and financial stability. It also offers Homebuyer Education Workshops for those seeking to purchase a home. For our neighbors who struggle to keep a roof over their heads, this innovative organization is truly a changemaker.
Headquarters: MD-Prince George's County
Where They Operate: MD-Statewide; MD-Montgomery County; MD-Prince George's County
Age Groups Served: All
Population(s) Served: Low- to Moderate-Income Community Members
Awards & Recognition
Prince George's County Council Proclamation on 25th Anniversary - 2015
Bank of America Neighborhood Excellence Initiative, Neighborhood Builder Award - 2004
Commitment to Excellence, Honorable Mention: Mt. Rainier Artist Housing - 11/16/04
E&G Group Dedication of Milestone, Russell on 16th - 10/26/04
HAND Housing Architectural Award, Best Project: Mt. Rainier Artist Housing - 06/07/04
Maryland Vision Awards, Redevelopment and Revitalization - 10/03/03
Maryland Society/The American Institute of Architecture Merit Award: Mt. Rainier Artist Housing - 09/25/03
MAHT, Award of Excellence - 02/12/02
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