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'Milestones' Supervised Visitation by Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative

MSVP is rooted in the belief that the reunification of families is a lengthy, personal and emotional process. Therefore, the ‘Milestones’ mission is to offer Ward 8 families, the appropriate time, tools, environment, and mental/emotional supports that can empower and realistically prepare them for the homecoming of their children.

2041 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, SE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC 20020, US (202) 889-2213, (202) 889-1425

Category: Care

Eligibility: Families

Anacostia Family Success Center by Martha's Table

Martha’s Table at The Commons is expanding its community-driven services to better support children and youth, families, and individuals living in Anacostia and surrounding neighborhoods. The center is a one-stop-shop that offers comprehensive resources in health, wellness, education, parenting, and workforce readiness. At the Center, you will meet a passionate team of people who know, love, and stand ready to support their Ward 8 neighbors. Martha’s Table is part of a network...

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Category: Care Money Education

Eligibility: Parents Families

Classes by Healthy Babies Project

We provide services, pregnancy support, and parenting support for at-risk DC women and families.

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Category: Health Education Sex Education Parenting Education Education

Eligibility: Household Women/Girls Gender Families

DC Healthy Start by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

DC Healthy Start is a federally funded program for the residents of the District of Columbia that provides support and referrals for services and resources for all women, parents and infants up to 2 years of age. The program aims to improve birth outcomes for infants and women of child bearing age. You can receive the following services through DC Healthy Start: - Care Coordination/Case Management Services - Reproductive Life Planning - Health Education - Health and Wellness...

899 N Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002, US (202) 442-5955

899 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002, US 202-442-5955, 202-442-4795

Category: Understand Mental Health Mental Health Evaluation One-on-One Support Health Education Family Planning Home Visiting Navigating the System Pregnancy Tests Parenting Education Health Care Disability Screening Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Parents Pregnant Age Group Families With Children Health Conditions Household Role Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Teens (13-19) Adults (31-54)

EmpowerGenerations by YWCA National Capital Area

*Not currently active.* When we work with parents and children together, we can strengthen the family unit. Ultimately, this approach helps break cycles of generational poverty. In addition to creating spaces for families to spend constructive time together, we offer both parents and youth workshops and experiences to strengthen “protective factors”, including: Family communication and boundary setting Managing and avoiding peer pressure and risky behavior Setting goals...

2303 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009, US (202) 626-0700

Eligibility: Parents Age Group Household Role Women/Girls Teens (13-19) Gender Families

Family Legal Services by Children's Law Center

When children are in a loving, stable family, they thrive. Even though most parents want what is best for their children, today about 1,300 District children are in foster care because of abuse and neglect within their family. And, thousands of DC children live with their grandparents and other extended family due to parental instability. Thousands more are at risk because of homelessness, extreme poverty, or a family history of violence that can sometimes overwhelm parents and lead...

501 3rd Street NW, Washington, DC 20001, US (202) 467-4900

Category: Legal

Eligibility: Youth (6-12) Families

Family Strengthening Program by Sasha Bruce

At the SBY Our Family Strengthening Program, is a new collaboration with the Department of Human Services. The goal is to increase family strength and stability and decrease family conflict behaviors by improving youth runaway behaviors. The program does this through improving communication, conflict resolution and coping skills of family members. It is meant to last 90 days with up to 90 days of follow-up support.

1022 Maryland Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002, US (202) 546-4900

Category: Care Education

Eligibility: Youth (6-12) Homeless Families

Family Support - Home Visiting by Mary's Center

Since 1988, Family Support has been visiting with growing families like yours right where they are — in the comfort of their home — to provide the information, resources, skills, and hands-on support to build a solid family foundation. The first few years of a child’s life can be one of the most challenging and important times for a family. Let’s meet those challenges together. Reach out to us for free, experienced support for you and your family. This is what it means to be...

1060 Brentwood Road NE, Washington, DC 20018 (202) 483-8196, (202) 232-6679

3912 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20011 (202) 483-8196, (202) 232-6679

Category: Care

Eligibility: Families

Family Visiting Program by Martha's Table

We are committed to ensuring parents and caregivers are both supported and supportive. Our Family Engagement program helps strengthen the home-school relationship for our students and connects caregivers to critical resources. All parents deserve a strong support network–we encourage family success through programming that centers on caregivers. For Families with Enrolled Children: We offer a flexible, monthly family visiting program during the first two years of your child’s...

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Category: Education

Eligibility: Parents Families

Family-based Housing by Latin American Youth Center

SHORT-TERM (UP TO 3 WEEKS) LAYC offers its family-based or host home model for youth with short-term housing needs and youth who could benefit from long-term placement with a family. Our short-term program (up to 21 days) provides emergency shelter to homeless and runaway youth, ages 12-17. LAYC recruits and trains English and Spanish-speaking individuals and families as host families to provide youth with safe, loving, and stable homes. As part of this program, biological...

3045 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009, US (202) 713-0475

Eligibility: Household Latinx Race/Ethnicity Families

Foster Care by Latin American Youth Center

LAYC’s Foster Care program places some of the District’s most vulnerable youth in a safe and loving home. Some children in the Washington, DC area are removed from their home out of necessity for their safety; others are removed because their biological parents are not able to care for them; and other youth and children come to this country unaccompanied, without close ties to other family members. The District had 6,727 total referrals for child abuse and neglect which resulted...

3045 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009, US (202) 713-0475

Category: Care

Eligibility: Latinx Families

Gender Development Program by Children's National Hospital

A Multidisciplinary Program for Gender-Diverse Youth and Their Families Some young people feel, sense or know they are a gender different than the one they were assumed at birth. They may live and dress in ways typical of another gender (gender non-conformity), and some may experience the need to live and be affirmed as this gender in some or all settings. This can be an urgent need, or for others, there may be experimentation and exploration. There are also some young people who...

111 Michigan Ave NW, Washington, DC 20010, US 1-888-884-2327, (202) 476-4733

9850 Key West Avenue, Rockville, MD 20850, US (301) 765-5469, (301) 765-5694, (800) 787-0243

Eligibility: Youth (6-12) Health Conditions Transgender/Gender Non-conforming Families

Greentree Shelter (GTS) by National Center for Children and Families

The Greentree Shelter (GTS) is the largest emergency family shelter in Maryland’s Montgomery County. GTS receives children and their parents facing sudden homelessness. Serving county residents since 1983, GTS annually provides 115 children and their parents the support needed to overcome homelessness with short-term stable housing, food, and the support systems necessary to regain their footing and rebuild their lives. To combat the long-lasting social and psychological impacts of...

6301 Greentree Road, Bethesda, MD 20817, US (301) 365-4480, (301) 365-4480, (301) 365-4480

Category: Emergency Shelter Housing

Eligibility: Homeless Families

Help Me Grow DC by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

Help Me Grow District of Columbia (HMG DC) promotes healthy development for children and to support healthy birth for pregnant mothers in the District of Columbia. HMG DC is a unique, comprehensive, and integrated district-wide system designed to address the need for perinatal supports, early identification of developmental and/or behavioral concerns, and then to link mother’s, children, and their families to community-based developmental and behavioral services and supports. The...

899 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002, US 202-442-5955, 202-442-4795

Category: Navigating the System Understand Disability Understand Government Programs Legal Health Care Disability Screening Education

Eligibility: Parents Pregnant Geography Disability Age Group DC Resident Health Conditions Household Role Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Young Children (3-5) Families Developmental Disability

New Beginning Temporary Shelter by National Center for Children and Families

The NEW BEGINNING TEMPORARY FAMILY SHELTER provides emergency apartment-style housing and comprehensive supportive services, annually, to over 200 homeless children and their families in the heart of DC’s Columbia Heights neighborhood. Services include intensive case management and employment support, counseling, parent education, life skills and ABE/GED instruction, housing searches, and employment. Families stabilize, gain self-sufficiency, and obtain stable, permanent housing in...

Category: Emergency Shelter Housing

Eligibility: Homeless Families

Newborn Screening by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

DOH administers two newborn screening programs to ensure that all infants are screened. Newborn screening is quick and easy - requiring only a hearing test and blood tests - and is performed soon after a baby’s birth, and in most cases, while the baby is still in the hospital. We provide the following screening programs: - Newborn Metabolic Screening Program is designed to ensure that all infants born in the District of Columbia are screened for genetic and metabolic disorders...

Category: Navigating the System Understand Disability Health Care Disability Screening Education

Eligibility: Parents Geography Age Group DC Resident Families With Children Household Role Infants and Toddlers (0-2)

Permanent Housing Program (PHP) by Sasha Bruce

The Permanent Housing Program grants 13 young families (head of household ages 18-24) exiting city shelters seamless access to 2-bedroom apartments. Families receive a wide range of housing, case management, employment assistance, life skills education and other positive youth development services. Continuously updated, individualized service plans for each resident are geared towards the overall goal of assisting families in transitioning to independent housing.

1711 V Street, S.E., Washington, DC 20020, US (202) 889-2102

Category: Housing

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Homeless Families

Rapid Housing Assistance by Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative

The Rapid Housing Program is funded by the Child and Family Services (CFSA) in collaboration with FSFSC will provide limited assistance in the form of short-term subsides to families for whom the lack of affordable housing will likely result in children being brought into care, or the lack of affordable housing is the major barrier to family stabilization. Young adults, with and/or without children that are transitioning out of care are also eligible to participate in the Rapid...

2041 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, SE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC 20020, US (202) 889-2213, (202) 889-1425

Category: Housing

Eligibility: Young Adults Transitioning Out of CFSA Care Families

Safe Sleep Program by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

Through partnerships and collaborations, DC residents can get a portable crib for their infant to ensure infants are sleeping safely. Putting a baby to sleep face up in a crib reduces the chance of death caused by Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), suffocation and roll over deaths related to the infant sharing a bed with parents or other children. The Safe Sleep Program provides: - Safety Approved Portable Crib - Parent/Caregiver Education - Education for Community Partners...

Category: Baby Supplies Goods Navigating the System Parenting Education Care Education

Eligibility: Parents Pregnant Geography Age Group DC Resident Families With Children Health Conditions Household Role Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Families

Supplemental Nutrition for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

WIC is a program that provides the following services to pregnant women, new mothers, infants, and children up to age 5: Nutrition counseling and education Breastfeeding resources and support Nutrient-rich foods (Foods provided by the program supply calcium, protein, iron, and Vitamins A, D, and C.) Immunization assessment and screening Referrals to health and social service providers For women and children over 1-year-old, WIC also provides fresh fruits and vegetables (May...

Category: Nutrition Education Disease Screening Government Food Benefits Checkup & Test Navigating the System Parenting Education Vaccinations Health Care Money Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Pregnant Geography Citizenship Age Group Low-income DC Resident Health Conditions Household Role Women/Girls Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Teens (13-19) Undocumented Adults (31-54) Gender Mothers Young Children (3-5) Families Income

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