About Us

A Letter from Our President


As Founder and CEO, I am honored and fortunate for the opportuniy to collaborate with the team (Board of Directors) which is comprised of concerned professionals that share our mutual objectives. The Board of Directors provides guidance in our mission to serve Veterans and other individuals with disabilities.

KHI, founded and incorporated in November 2010, shares its name my daughter, Kirstin, and is one of the few transitional/permanent housing resources in Prince Georges County. Our goal is to fill the gap of homelessness in the county and surrounding communities, such as Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. The mission is to help individuals improve and maintain healthy, independent lifestyles — ultimately improving their quality of life.

One of our primary target populations are Veterans. Our services include transitional/permanent housing, case management, and access to referral service resources that ensure a comprehensive approach to meeting our client’s needs.

We are continuously inspired by our clients. We use their feedback as our muse to (1) enhance our programming, (2) maintain company best practices, and (3) explore creative approaches to expanding our service capability.

This is an exciting time for our veteran program, psychiatric rehabilitation program, and wellness group! As we continue to serve our consumers in Prince George’s County, we anticipate our expansion into Baltimore and other surrounding communities. Thank you for your continued interest and support, where we make individuals’ lives better!

- Founder & CEO, Stephen Foncham

“People say, “What is the sense of our small effort?” They cannot see that we must lay one brick at a time, take one step at a time.”

— Dorothy Day, American Journalist

Our Location

5801 Allentown Road Suite 310, Camp Springs, MD, 20746

Hours of Operation

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  • "Mr. Robert Holmes, Veteran U.S. Armed Forces said he came to Kirstin’s Haven unemployed and feeling hopeless. KHI was able to assist him in finding gainful employment and participating in community resources for health and therapy. As part of his recovery process along with supports from KHI, Mr. Holmes reunited with his family and relocated to Virginia to live with his wife."
    Kirstin's Haven "Stories of Hope"