Maryland Oaks Housing

(850) 412-​0016

Maryland Oaks Crossing gives low-income households a place to thrive.

To qualify for available housing, you must:

  • Meet income limits for HUD-assisted housing;

  • Be eviction-free for at least three years; and

  • Have no sexual-crime or violent-crime convictions.

  • Be willing to participate in wrap-around services for the entire family.

Households must have minimum monthly incomes of $1,400 to be eligible for a two-bedroom home or $1,600 for a three-bedroom unit.

Our on-site housing director works with agencies that can help with move-in costs, depending on your needs.

Got questions? Email Daryl Jaquette at or phone us at (850) 412-​0016.


Reentry Program

(850) 412-0016

Mercy House and our 4th Avenue Campus welcome formerly incarcerated men and women as they begin the journey to become contributing members of society. They will face challenges such as making their own decisions as they strive to overcome the negative and often hopeless impacts of prison life.

How to apply for GNO's Reentry Program

Contact Good News Outreach by phone, email or letter

Provide the applicant’s Department of Corrections number.  An application will be sent to you to complete and return to Good News Outreach


Elder Services

(850) 412-0016

Helping seniors stay in their homes:

Our program is open to people age 55 or older.

We provide grocery delivery and phone contact monthly on a case-by-case basis. We serve a limited area. Please call (850) 412-0016 to learn how we might help you.

If you or someone you know is suffering from domestic abuse, please report it to the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).

Advocates are available 24/7 to help anyone dealing with abuse, mistreatment or neglect.


Food Services

(850) 412-0016

Good News Outreach food ministries include a meal delivery service for seniors and a pantry for others experiencing food insecurity.

548 E Bradford Road

  • Open 9-2 Wednesdays, 8-2 on Thursdays

  • Bring proof of residency in Leon County

  • Clients receive groceries once a month

  • Transportation to the pantry provided by Big Bend 2-1-1’s Lyft program. Call 2-1-1 in advance to schedule your ride.

The Elder Services program for seniors 55 or older is responsible for meal deliveries. Call (850) 412-0016 or email for more information about receiving deliveries.

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