Adult Medicine by Elaine Ellis Center of Health

• Wellness Visits • Sick Visits • Flu Shots • Physicals • Comprehensive Screenings for disease detection (blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol etc.) • Diagnosing, treating, and helping patients manage acute and chronic illnesses

10001 Rhode Island Ave, College Park, MD, 20740

Adults (31-54) Age Group Care Adoption & Foster Care Help Pay for Healthcare Money

Affordable Housing Initiative (AHI) by Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless

Crafted as a homelessness prevention tool to preserve and improve affordable housing opportunities for low- and no-income District residents, AHI uses a combination of direct representation, systemic reform and policy advocacy to meet client and community needs. We represent tenant associations to enforce members’ rights and work with the District government to preserve existing affordable housing units, and promote policies and practices that respect the rights of low and no...

1200 U St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Legal Advocacy & Legal Aid

Consumer Advocacy and Peer Support by DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

Consumer Advocacy The Department recognizes that consumers must be active participates in their own treatment and supports programs that empower consumers. Peer Specialist Training Peer support is meant to enrich behavioral health services through the participation and expertise of people who share their experience with behavioral illness and journey to recovery. The Office of Consumer and Family Affairs works with consumer led partners to enhance the training and role of peer...

Advocacy & Legal Aid Mentoring

David M. Booth Disability Rights Initiative by Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless

Our disability rights advocacy targets the District’s shelter and housing programs to assure that they are physically and programmatically accessible to people with disabilities.

1200 U St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Legal Advocacy & Legal Aid

Greenleaf Treatment Foster Care (GTFC) by National Center for Children and Families

GTFC serves Maryland youth who are placed in licensed foster homes in the state of Maryland. We provide intentional therapeutic services that focus on the social, emotional, recreational, and spiritual needs of the youth. Children we serve have experienced layers of traumatic events that have occurred over long periods of time. GTFC staff have specialized training to treat youth with complex needs and trained in the Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach. Impact: GTFC...

6301 Greentree Road, Bethesda, MD, 20817

Care Foster Youth Adoption & Foster Care Specialized Therapy

Greentree Adolescent Program (GAP) by National Center for Children and Families

Established in 1973, GAP is a high-intensity, structured group home in Bethesda Maryland, serving males aged 12-20 who have experienced physical and emotional abuse, neglect, sex and human trafficking, or involvement with the juvenile justice system. The youth who are placed through the Maryland Department of Social Services or the Department of Juvenile Services receive individual and group therapy, trauma informed, positive youth development, life skills development, educational...

6301 Greentree Road, Bethesda, MD, 20817

Care Foster Youth Adoption & Foster Care Specialized Therapy

Innovative Family Connections (IFC) by National Center for Children and Families

Innovative Family Connections (IFC) serves children from the District of Columbia who have been removed from their birth parents and placed in licensed foster homes in Maryland. The children we serve may have been left home alone or lived in deplorable home conditions; are coping with educational delays and medical neglect; many have been physically or sexually abused, and/or left with unwilling caregivers. Some children have witnessed their parents struggling with drug dependency...

Care Housing Foster Youth Adoption & Foster Care Youth (6-12)

Legal Assistance Project (LAP) by Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless

Through LAP, our attorneys and network of over 250 volunteer lawyers and paralegals assist clients on a broad range of civil legal issues. Volunteers see clients at our six community sites, located at day centers, dining programs, and a shelter-based medical clinic, providing the legal assistance necessary to help these clients address the issues that keep them mired in homelessness. LAP allows us to tap the generosity of the DC legal community and, each year, leverage millions of...

1200 U St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Legal Advocacy & Legal Aid

Project Link-Up by Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless

Link-Up aims to assure that families who are homeless have access to the resources and supports they need to be safe, remain strong and ultimately move their and their children’s lives to a better place. Through Link-Up, we help families to secure and retain shelter and housing, and we work with families to assure their access to supports such as transportation assistance so their children can remain in school, counseling for survivors of domestic violence, mental health treatment...

1200 U St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Legal Advocacy & Legal Aid

Data last updated June 2nd 2021