Winter 1992
Winter Shelter started with 12 churches of various dominations sheltering approximately 8 to 12 men.

April 2001
The Fouse Center opened the first transitional housing program for homeless men in Anne Arundel County.

Arundel House of Hope established its Permanent Housing Program for the homeless and disabled in Anne Arundel County.

Arundel House of Hope opened two additional houses

June 2006
The Resource and Day Center opened

December 2006
Safe Haven I Supportive Housing Program began offering a nurturing environment to five formerly homeless and disabled men with the support services.

The Doughy Dog – a mobile gourmet hot dog business which is a social enterprise training program began offering employment for up to ten homeless individuals in a number of positions from customer service to management.

W.I.S.H. (Women in Safe Haven) Program, opened

Spring 2009
Safe Haven II opened

Fall 2011
The Arundel House of Hope opened the first free standing (not hospital affiliated) completely free medical clinic in Anne Arundel County.

November 2011
Patriot House the first program for homeless veterans in Anne Arundel County opened

The Community Recovery Center (CRC) opened that reaches into the community, offering activities and services to better equip individuals and families with the tools and resources necessary to restore their lives after suffering from a variety of challenges.

Sylvia Meisenberg Literacy Program helps improve the literacy and basic education levels of those we serve and allows them to grow as individuals and become more productive in their lives and society.

Family Program is a transitional housing program for families that gives adults and children the skills needed for self-sufficiency that they can use and then pass on to future generations.