Cordell Place provides permanent supportive housing to 32 single men and women in downtown Bethesda. Opened in 2010, Cordell Place was made possible by a partnership with our affiliate Coalition Homes, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and state and local governments.
Cordell Place residents are amongst the most vulnerable formerly homeless people in Montgomery County. Cordell Place empowers clients to achieve housing stability and other self-directed goals through 24/7 support from clinical and non-clinical staff.
- Furnished units
- On-site case management
- Life skills and budget training
- Assistance in acquiring a primary health care provider and accessing mental health and drug treatment services
- Assistance in obtaining benefits and entitlements
- Connections to community resources