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Betty's House Program by National Center for Children and Families

The Betty’s House Program provides transitional supportive housing for homeless US born children and their immigrant mothers, who are fleeing domestic violence, while acquiring legal status to avoid returning to their abusers. NCCF annually houses 12 children and their mothers in undisclosed locations within the beautiful residential communities of Montgomery County, Maryland. Through the support of NCCF staff and volunteers, the program model offers mothers the opportunity to live...

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

Category: Emergency Shelter Housing

Eligibility: Immigrants Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Homeless

Capitol Vista Permanent Supportive Housing by N Street Village

Since January 2021, N Street Village has provided staff and services at Capitol Visita, a 21-unit permanent supportive housing program. In partnership with the city, this location provides wrap-around services and care for formerly homeless women.

Category: Housing

Case management by New Heights Program for Expectant and Parenting Students

Supportive case management and assistance with securing services such as a childcare voucher, WIC, housing, TANF, employment, job training opportunities, college/university admissions and more

Category: Navigating the System Housing Government Benefits Skills & Training College Readiness Help Find School Help Find Housing Help Find Work Work Help Find Childcare Care Money Education Youth Development

Eligibility: Student at a school in DC Students

Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Services by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington

Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Services provides mental health treatment and community support to adults with mental illness. Board certified psychiatrists, Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN’s), and Registered Nurses (RN’s) provide psychiatric evaluations and medication management. Individual and group counseling provided for anger management, grief and loss, and trauma issues. Community support services include mental health education, coping skills, co...


Category: Understand Mental Health Health Education Disease Management Medication Management Housing Independent Living Addiction & Recovery Mental Health Care Anger Management 12-Step Health Education

Eligibility: Health Conditions Mental Illness Severe Mental Illness (SMI)

CHAMPS Children and Adolescents Mobile Psychiatric Service by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington

ChAMPS (Child and Adolescent Mobile Psychiatric Service) is an emergency response service for children, teenagers and adolescent adults who are having a mental health or behavioral health crisis. We come to your home or your child’s school the same day at no charge to you. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for children and youth ages 6 to 17. We also serve children ages 18 to 21 if they are in the care and custody of DC Child and Family Services Agency. Our team...

Category: Understand Mental Health Mental Health Evaluation Short-Term Housing Psychiatric Emergency Services In-Home Support Housing Mental Health Care Health Care

Eligibility: Youth (6-12) Guardianship Age Group Teens (13-19) Foster Youth

Chloe's House by Sasha Bruce

Chloe House is a group home for teenage girls referred by the DC Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services. It offers residential care, counseling, and life skills development activities including educational and employment opportunities. Chloe House was named for Tabara Chloe, a former participant of several Sasha Bruce Youthwork programs who established a life-long relationship with the organization.

701 Maryland Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002, US (202) 547-7777, (202) 675-9340

Category: Housing Care

Eligibility: Women/Girls Teens (13-19)

Comprehensive Area Resources, Entitlements and Services (HUH CARES) by Howard University Hospital (HUH)

The HUH CARES program provides comprehensive health services, including mental health counseling, to men, women, children and adolescents who are HIV positive. They serve clients who are uninsured or underinsured; clients must be DC residents. Our Objectives To expand and improve access to primary care service coordination and referrals for individuals and families living with HIV and AIDS To provide sensitive and comprehensive services to meet the needs of all ages, gender...

2041 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20060, US (202) 865-4564

Category: Housing Housing Advice

Eligibility: Uninsured Age Group Health Conditions All Ages Insurance Living with HIV or AIDS

Diane's House by N Street Village

Since October 2020, N Street Village has provided permanent supportive housing at Diane’s House on Bladensburg Road in Northeast D.C. Offering 42 units of permanent supportive housing, including 6 units for families, Diane’s House expands Village services to four of DC’s eight wards. Working in concert with community partners, this new location brings us closer to ending homelessness in the nation’s capital.

Category: Housing

Drop-in Center - Sasha Bruce by Sasha Bruce

If you are a young person in crisis, and need to speak to someone please dial the 24 Hour Hotline 202-547-7777 If need more information about our programs or would like to speak to someone in our administrative office dial 202 675-9340 At the SBY Drop-In Center, harm reduction plans will be a first step, followed by comprehensive service plans. The Drop-In Center is able to access such services as crisis intervention, conflict resolution, counseling services, recreational and...

741 8th St SE, Washington, DC 20003, US (202) 675-9340

Category: Emergency Housing

Eligibility: Youth (6-12) Homeless

East River Family Strengthening Collaborative by East River Family Strengthening Collaborative, Inc. (ERFSC)

Offers case management services including assessments, family visits, school visits, senior meals, youth violence and drug prevention programs, parenting education, and support for grandparents who are caregivers of grandchildren. Case management Senior services Youth services Crisis intervention Housing assistance Fatherhood support Lifeskill training Community engagement Capacity building Technical assistance Parent Education and Support Services Truancy Financial Literacy and Tax...

3917 Minnesota Ave NE, Washington, DC 20019, US

Category: Emergency Housing Legal Care Money

Eden House by N Street Village

Located in N Street Village’s flagship building, Eden House is a 51-unit apartment complex that provides affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families and individuals.

1333 N St NW, Washington, DC 20005, US

Category: Housing Care

Eligibility: Homeless Women/Girls

Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington

We have funding to assist low-income District residents facing housing emergencies. The program provides funding for overdue rent if a qualified household is facing eviction (including late costs and court fees). The Program also can assist with security deposits and first month’s rent for residents moving on an emergency basis. ERAP for WRITs - WRITS are the last step of eviction, mailed from the Marshal’s office or given to a tenant in court. These are the most urgent of ERAP...

2812 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20020 (202) 338-3100

Category: Help Pay for Housing Housing Financial Assistance Help Pay for Utilities Housing Advice Money

Eligibility: Geography DC Resident Housing Status Home Renters

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) 300- 9202

Category: Short-Term Housing Housing Long-Term Housing

Eligibility: Household Latinx Race/Ethnicity Families

Foreclosure Prevention by United Planning Organization

Are you late in paying your mortgage or concerned about your ability to pay in the future? We provide free assistance to borrowers in distress. Homeowners who are facing default or have already defaulted too high level on a mortgage may speak with one of our foreclosure prevention counselors or set up a session to discuss their options moving forward.

2907 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE, Washington, DC 20032, US (202) 562-3800

1649 Good Hope Rd SE, Washington, DC 20020, US (202) 610-5900

Category: Housing Money

Future Independent Living Program (FLIP) by National Center for Children and Families

Since 1995, FILP has prepared male and female youth, ages 16-20 in foster care and juvenile services, to live on their own as productive members of the community. Youth who have been removed from their families are referred to FILP because they are in need of structure, guidance, and support to be successful as they transition out of the child welfare system as young adults. Program participants live in 2-bedroom apartments located in Rockville, Maryland, with access to shopping...

Category: Housing Care Money Education

Eligibility: Young Adults Transitioning Out of CFSA Care Teens (13-19)

Futurebound Transitional Housing Program by National Center for Children and Families

A single unaccompanied youth must either seek shelter with family or friends or in the adult shelter system, where they do not receive appropriate support services. The FutureBound Transitional Housing Program model immediately responds to a growing need in the community, serving a full continuum of homeless youth with inadequate workforce and financial planning skills. FTHP provides homeless youth with apartment housing in Rockville, Maryland, a resource-intensive area with direct...

Category: Housing Care Money Education

Eligibility: Young Adults Transitioning Out of CFSA Care Teens (13-19)

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

Homebuyer Workshops by United Planning Organization

Does the mere thought of purchasing a home make you feel confused, overwhelmed, or scared? Our staff of trained professionals is here to help along your housing journey — from research to purchase to home sweet home ! When you attend a UPO homebuyer workshop, our counselors work one on one to help you develop a budget, manage or repair your credit, shop for a home and a lender, make a purchase, and learn how to take care of a new house after you settle in. Our home buying and...

2907 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE, Washington, DC 20032, US (202) 562-3800

1649 Good Hope Rd SE, Washington, DC 20020, US (202) 610-5900

Category: Housing Money

Homeless Services by Virginia Williams Family Resource Center (VWFRC)

Homeless Services include: - Emergency Rental Assistance - Housing Resources - Temporary Shelter - Community Resources

920 Rhode Island Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20018, US (202) 399-7093, (202) 724-4208, (202) 546-0017

Category: Housing

Eligibility: Homeless Housing Status

Homelessness Prevention by Community of Hope

We work with families at risk of losing their housing to prevent homelessness. We help stabilize families through services, financial assistance, and connection to mainstream resources so that they do not need to enter the shelter system. Community of Hope's Homelessness Prevention Program works to stabilize families at risk of becoming homeless through specialized services and connection to other community resources. All families must be referred from the Virginia Williams...

920 Rhode Island Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20018, US (202) 399-7093, (202) 724-4208, (202) 546-0017

Category: Housing

Eligibility: Housing Status Near Homeless

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