ART Program by Total Family Care Coalition

Our Art Program (5-24 yrs) is an expressive interactive program designed to help youth deal with grief and loss. The program creates a voice that will be heard and an opportunity for dreams to come true (Previous version called Expose It - An eight-week youth photography program providing coping skills, grief and loss supports in remembering loved ones and sharing memories by crafting memory books, collages, and photography.)

Category: More Education Bereavement Recreation Care Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Youth (6-12) Age Group Teens (13-19) Young Children (3-5)

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)

Independent Living Program by Sasha Bruce

The Independent Living Program provides residential services for homeless young people ages 18 – 24 years old who are unable to return home. Residents may be self-referred or referred by case workers or family. The ILP program offers apartment-style living for teenagers unable to return home due to absent or severely dysfunctional families or to young people transitioning out of foster care homes. Residents may stay in ILP housing for up to 18 months. Residents must be enrolled in...

1312 East Capitol Street, Washington, DC 20003, US (202) 675-9375

Category: Housing Care

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Youth (6-12) Homeless

Martha's Outfitters by Martha's Table

Martha’s Outfitters is an innovative community store focused on supporting families. Outfitters patrons shop at no cost through a monthly credit program. Operations at Martha’s Outfitters are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19. Please bring all donations to either The Maycroft in NW DC or The Commons in SE DC during regular business hours. To be eligible for Martha’s Outfitters, patrons must be either: Neighborhood caregivers of individuals age 21 and under Emancipated...

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Category: Goods

Eligibility: Caregivers Young Adults (20-30) Youth (6-12) Teens (13-19)

Next Generation Academy by Generation Hope

Next Generation Academy provides support for Scholars’ children through age 7. Scholars participating in Next Generation Academy receive: • Monthly literacy-based home visiting and free books • $200/month towards the cost of childcare • Developmental screenings for children • Access to additional resources • Monthly parent support workshops Scholars are eligible for Next Generation Academy after one year in the Generation Hope program.

Category: Checkup & Test Help Pay for Childcare Parenting Education Health Money Education Books

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Parents Citizenship Education Status Age Group Enrolled in College U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident Role Teens (13-19)

Olaiya’s Cradle by Sasha Bruce

Olaiya’s Cradle is a supportive, independent living program for homeless young mothers ages 18-21 and their children, for up to 18 months. Women are self-referred, and receive individual counseling, comprehensive maternal and infant health care, life skills training, education and career guidance, and child care support and parenting training to enable them to achieve self-sufficiency. Residents graduating from the program receive follow-up support and housing assistance to help...

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

Category: Housing Care

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Homeless Mothers

PASSAGES Extended Transitional Housing Program (ETHP) by Sasha Bruce

Personal Achievement Sustained through Self-Advocacy, Guidance, and Engagement in one’s own Success The road to success is dependent upon a person’s ability to advocate, regulate, navigate, and engage in one’s own wellness and education. PASSAGES provides youth between the ages of 18-24 living with a disability, a shared apartment living experience along with the tools needed to independently and successfully engage and manage milestones. These levels of achievement include...

3043 30th St. SE, Washington, DC 20020, US (202) 893-6474

Category: Housing Care

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Youth (6-12) Living with a Disability Homeless

Perinatal HIV Program by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

Our Perinatal HIV Program links HIV positive pregnant women to care and services and following up on the health-status of the infants. This program provides: - Links to support services

Category: Health Education Navigating the System Care Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Pregnant Age Group Health Conditions Teens (13-19) Living with HIV or AIDS Adults (31-54)

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

POWER Program by Sasha Bruce

The POWER Program provides prevention and education services to youth between the ages of 13-24, including runaway and homeless youth, commercial sex workers, street youth, teenage mothers, and court-adjudicated youth. Youth are self-referred or may be referred through other SBY programs. In order to better educate and prevent unplanned pregnancies and the spread of HIV/AIDS in young people, the P.O.W.E.R. Program offers the following services: Street and Community Outreach Evidence...

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

Category: Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Teens (13-19)

Scholar program by Generation Hope

Generation Hope surrounds motivated teen parents and their children with the mentors, emotional support, and financial resources that they need to thrive in college and kindergarten, thereby driving a two-generation solution to poverty. Currently, we are serving over 100 young parents in our Scholar program as well as up to 300 expecting and parenting high school students annually through our outreach work. Scholars receive: A college tuition scholarship: $1,200/year for a 2...

Category: Emergency Financial Aid & Loans Skills & Training College Readiness Daily Life Skills Help Pay for School Mental Health Care Financial Assistance Tutoring Work Health Recreation Care Money Emergency Payments Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Parents Citizenship Age Group U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident Role Teens (13-19)

Sexual Health Services by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

The Health and Wellness Center offers easy and affordable sexual health care with bilingual staff, a convenient location, and same-day appointments. Our caring professionals offer expert services, including: - Health screenings - HIV and STD prevention resources - STD Testing and Treatment - Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) - Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) - Tuberculosis Screenings and Services - Hepatitis care - Sexual health counseling and education - Sexual Health and...

77 P St NE, Washington, DC 20002, US

Category: Health Education Disease Screening Medical Care Family Planning Checkup & Test Sex Education Prevent & Treat Health Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Geography Age Group Medicaid Recipient DC Resident Teens (13-19) Seniors (55+) Insurance Medicare Recipient Adults (31-54)

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

Teen Parent Program by Total Family Care Coalition

Our teen parent program supports teen parent ages 16 to 22. We provide supportive services by individuals who have “lived experience.” Our supportive services are open to the teen, teen dads and parent and natural supports. We monitor and support healthy relationships and encourage reconnections in strained family relationships. We believe providing a newborn with the best opportunity for having a bright future begins during pregnancy and beyond. In addition to teen parenting...

Category: Understand Mental Health Parenting Education Care Community Support Services Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Parents Age Group Role Teens (13-19)

Title V Program - Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

The Purpose of the Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Program is to improve the health outcomes for children and youth with special health care needs by ensuring their access to coordinated primary and specialty health care and other services in partnership with their families and community organizations. Program services include: - Family Navigation Services - Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) District-wide Advocacy - Health Care...

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

Category: Medical Care Support Network Navigating the System Advocacy & Legal Aid Legal Health Care

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Youth (6-12) Living with a Disability Geography Disability Age Group DC Resident Teens (13-19) Young Children (3-5)

Transition Advocacy Project by Total Family Care Coalition

Transition to Independence Process (TIP) Model is a tool to work with youth transitioning from youth services to adult services. Our youth peer mentors help young adults develop vision boards and success plans toward their success goals. The model includes the support of parent and natural supports to help the young person in a process that prepares and facilitates their movement toward greater self-sufficiency and successful achievement of their goals. We provide education support...

Category: College Readiness Alternative Education Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Age Group Teens (13-19)

Transitional Living by Latin American Youth Center

LAYC’s Transitional Living programs provide housing to homeless or unstably housed youth between the ages of 18 and 21 for up to 18 months. Youth live in furnished apartments with or without a roommate. Program staff are on-call 24/7 and are stationed in the apartment buildings during the day. Residents receive life skills workshops, case management, and group recreational activities, as well as access to all LAYC services and programs. By providing stable housing, the program aims...

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

Category: Housing

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Immigrants LGBTQ Unaccompanied Minors Latinx

Transitional Living Program by Sasha Bruce

The Transitional Living Program (TLP) provides supervised apartment living for older youth ages 18 to 24 whose family problems prevent them from living at home. Residents may be self-referred or referred through the DC Department of Human Services. TLP residents may live in SBY-managed apartments for up to12 months, receiving counseling and support services and learning life skills they need to live independently. TLP requires residents to be enrolled in school, work part-time, and...

5032 D St., SE, Washington, DC 20019, US

Category: Housing Care

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Youth (6-12) Homeless Transgender Women Transgender/Gender Non-conforming

Young Parents Program by Latin American Youth Center

Current and expecting parents can receive diapers and nursery bundles from LAYC every other month through our partnership with the Greater DC Diaper Bank. Parents can also request other baby items, such as wipes, formula, baby and adult hygiene products, and more. Coming soon: We are in the process of organizing regular meetings for our young parents to discuss services and topics important to them and their families. ELIGIBILITY: Parents between the ages of 11 and 24 Able...

1419 Columbia Rd NW, Washington, DC 20009, US (202) 319-2225, (202) 462-5696

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Parents Age Group Role Teens (13-19)

Youth Leadership program by Total Family Care Coalition

TFCC supports the local chapter of Youth MOVE (Motivating Others through Voices of Experience) national youth advocacy nonprofit. This youth leadership program amplifies young adults' experience by sitting at them at decision-making tables and using their voices on the national stage.

Category: Civic Engagement Education

Eligibility: Young Adults (20-30) Age Group Teens (13-19)

Community Resource Exchange