Resident Feedback Results

Randolph Road Construction

Resident Services Update

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About AHC

Founded in 1975, AHC Inc. is a nonprofit developer of affordable housing that provides quality homes and education programs for families living on low and moderate incomes throughout the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia areas.

AHC contracts third-party companies that manage its apartment communities. These companies have onsite staff, including community managers, maintenance teams, and leasing staff. AHC also has Resident Services (RS) staff who are onsite representatives of AHC.

AHC’s Resident Services program reaches 3,000 children, teens, adults, and seniors annually through onsite education, social service programs, and activities.

AHC wants to connect with our communities, so we started this newsletter to share updates. Please contact us if you have feedback or ideas for newsletter content.

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call 703-486-0626 x1126.

Resident Feedback Results!

Thank you to all who completed the recent survey with questions about your home, community, and how to build community. We gathered data from residents to include resident voices and experiences in our planning for the future.

The feedback revealed a strong sense of home among residents regarding their communities. This feedback provided valuable insights that will guide AHC's future initiatives.

Community Highlight: Randolph Road

AHC Inc. and Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland broke ground on a 195-home, affordable community earlier this year. The development is one of the largest new construction, affordable development of its kind in Montgomery County and includes 85 three- and four-bedroom homes. The community will have rental and homeownership options.

In addition to large, family-sized units, the Randolph Road community will include a community center, onsite resident services staff and programming, a half-acre public park with a playground, picnic area, and space will be available onsite for a future childcare provider.

Construction is underway now. We expect leasing for the apartments will start in the fall of 2024.

Computer Labs Open!

We are thrilled to announce that computer labs are now open in select communities in partnership with the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development! We installed 26 computers and 5 printers in 5 communities: Charter House, Greenspring Overlook, Barclay Greenmount, Union Rowe, and Monteverde.

We're also introducing computer classes designed to equip you with the knowledge and confidence to navigate the vast landscape of computers, the internet, and modern technology. From mastering the basics of operating systems to discovering the wonders of the online world, our volunteers are ready to guide you every step of the way.

To sign up, please contact your Resident Services coordinator. Or you could email Resident Services at:

Get to Know Resident Services

We've worked with residents in our AHC apartment communities for nearly 30 years! Resident Services works with community partners, volunteers, and supporters to provide services and activities.

Our programs and services Vary by community

  • Financial Wellness and Capability
  • Food Distributions and Referrals
  • Senior Health/Socialization Resources
  • Rent and Utility Assistance Referrals
  • Community Building & Empowerment Case
  • Management Referrals to services in the community

Contact for more information:

Resident Concern Guide

At AHC, we strive to deliver good customer service and communication to our residents. We have heard your concerns and developed a Resident Concern Guide to help facilitate a better experience for residents. Guides are available in the communities. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or contact your on-site resident services team.

Contact us at or 703-486-0626 x1126

Click here for Habitat's Resident Concern Guide

Click here for Harbor Group's Resident Concern Guide

Rent Relief News

Please be aware of the following rent relief updates in Maryland:

Rental relief in places like Baltimore County and other jurisdictions is coming to an end. If you reside in these areas and require assistance, please contact the county offices.

If you are an AHC resident in Montgomery county there are still some relief funds available.

Contact resident services if you need some assistance.





  • 1/2 cup lime juice
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1/3 cup water
  • 1/2 lb sliced strawberries
  • 20-30 mint leaves
  • 2 cups cold water


  • To make the simple syrup, combine the sugar and water in a saucepan, and cook over medium high heat for 5-10 minutes until the sugar is dissolved and the liquid is clear.

  • In a large mason jar or a pitcher, combine the lime juice, simple syrup, strawberries, mint, and water.

  • Let sit in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours. Serve and enjoy!

Paul Bernard Celebrates One Year at AHC!

AHC Inc. President & CEO Paul Bernard just celebrated his first anniversary with us!

Paul Bernard has been an excellent addition to the team. His leadership has helped AHC continue its mission of providing quality affordable housing and resident services across the region.

We appreciate all Paul has done for residents, community partners, and our team.

Get in touch!


Phone: (703) 486‑0626 x1126