2-1-1 Maryland by Maryland 2-1-1

2-1-1 Maryland is the state-wide information and referral hotline for health and human services. Services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in 180 languages. Service is free and confidential. Chat is available by visiting 211md.org.


Access Helpline (call for any DBH services) by DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

The Access HelpLine at 1(888)7WE-HELP or 1-888-793-4357 is the easiest way to get connected to services provided by the Department of Behavioral Health and its certified behavioral health care providers. This 24-hour, seven-day-a-week telephone line is staffed by behavioral health professionals who can refer a caller to immediate help or ongoing care. The Access Helpline can activate mobile crisis teams to respond to adults and children who are experiencing a psychiatric or emotional...

Emergency Health Conditions Care

Adams Place Day Center by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Day Center addresses the long-standing need in the community of having a safe and dignified place for individuals experiencing homelessness to go during the day to take care of everyday needs and access long-term services and supports. The Day Center provides access to: Housing assessments Career planning Case management Lunch Shower and laundry facilities, and Other on-site services offered by partner agencies. The Center is located at 2210 Adams Place, NE, adjacent to the...

2210 Adams Place NE, Washington, DC, 20018

Housing Care

Addiction Treatment by Some Others Might Eat (SOME)

SOME offers comprehensive treatment options that empower men and women to break the bonds of addiction, reunite with their families, and rejoin their communities. Services are person-centered: each person will be evaluated during their initial appointment, or intake, to determine the most effective treatment plan. SOME offers addictions treatment in individual and group settings. Services: Residential Treatment: Treatment plans may incorporate residential treatment, offered at SOME...

4430 Benning Road NE, Washington, DC, 20019


Additional Services by DC Center for Independent Living

In addition to our core services, DCCIL also provides an array of other related services. These services include but are not limited to ADA information and consultation, relocation by choice, benefits planning, travel training, asset management, orientation and mobility and rehabilitation teaching for people who are blind or visually impaired, basic computer skills, housing resources (we do not provide housing directly) and limited transportation services. DCCIL provides services to...

2600 12th St, NE, Washington, DC, 20018

Health Conditions Housing Care

Adoption Services by Jewish Social Services Agency

Provides adoption services including: - Informational adoption consultations - Home studies for private and domestic adoptions - Case management and adoption support services - Post placement supervision visits and reports - Individual and family counseling - Adoption court reports (VA) - Counseling and adoption searches for adult adoptees and birth parents - Birth parent counseling and assessments

3025 Hamaker Court, Suite 450, Fairfax, VA, 22031


Adult Abuse Hotline by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

Adult abuse generally refers to mistreatment of an older person by someone who has a special relationship with the elder such as a spouse, sibling, child, friend, or caregiver. Abuse may take the form of one or all of the following: physical, financial or emotional abuse, neglect or abandonment. Abuse includes the willful infliction of serious pain or injury, unreasonable confinement, intimidation or forced sexual contact. Call the hotline at (202) 541-3950. More victims are helped...


Adult Assessment and Referral Center (ARC) by DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

Once an individual is medically and psychiatric cleared they can report to ARC for a comprehensive assessment. Based upon the assessment it will determine the level of care the individual is eligible for in Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment. The individual must be stable to participate in SUD treatment/rehab that is that the client should not be exhibiting psychiatric crisis such as violent behavior, hearing voices, inability to respond to voice commands. Also, the individual...

75 P St NE, Washington, DC, 20002


Adult Day Health Program (ADHP) by MBI Health Services

Purpose: This program was designed to provide medically supervised adult day services to DC residents who are home-bound with chronic health problems and can benefit from various supervised therapeutic activities in an integrated community Services: Participants will receive services based on the individual’s assessed needs (plan of care) and the participant-centered service plan. Services will include but are not limited to: Nursing Services Individual and Group...

4130 Hunt Place, NE, Washington, DC, 20019

Health Conditions Care

Adult Protective Services by DC Department of Aging and Community Living (DACL)

If you believe that an adult you know is being mistreated, exploited, or abused, Adult Protective Services (APS) can help assess and provide support. Now housed within the Department of Aging and Community Living (DACL), APS team members work to protect vulnerable adults from physical, financial, or emotional abuse, as well as neglect and self-neglect. APS social workers help to ensure that DC residents in need of protection are connected to the services they need. Report Abuse To...

500 K St. NE, Washington, DC, 20002


Advocacy and Referrals by Community Outreach and Development

We partner with other agencies to refer clients who may be best served by another organization. We advocate on behalf of clients who may not be able to effectively state their case for additional support or services. We also assist persons with applying for SNAP (food stamp) benefits. Please click here for a resource list for Maryland and the District of Columbia.

4719 Marlboro Pike, Capitol Heights, MD, 20743

Legal Care

Aftercare by My Sister's Place

Clients benefit from ongoing contact with case-management staff to support them in their independence, including counseling, referrals to community-based services, and advocacy. Upon exiting the residential and non-residential programs, clients benefit from ongoing contact with case-management staff to support them in their independence. Services include counseling, referrals to community-based services, and advocacy as needed for a minimum of 90 days. Our goal is to provide active...


Age in Place by Seabury Resource for Aging

Having a healthy, safe, and comfortable place to call home is important for all of us. Seabury’s Age-In-Place® program supports older adults in Washington, D.C.’s Wards 4, 5, and 6 through transformative volunteer service projects that help people stay in their own homes. ​ Age-In-Place® engages volunteers as a critical piece of the safety net in D.C. by providing yard work and housing cleaning services.

2501 18th St NE, Washington, DC, 20018


AIDS Ministry by Covenant Baptist Church

The Covenant Baptist UCC HIV/AIDS Ministry exists to promote HIV/AIDS education, advocate on behalf of those infected/affected by HIV/AIDS, and effect change in the behavior of the African American community in the Metropolitan DC area. We seek to inform the church and community about HIV/AIDS through the following: Our Conversation Center provides a safe space to discuss HIV/AIDS and obtain information about local services and events concerning HIV/AIDS Recognize the national HIV...

3845 South Capitol Street, Washington, DC, 20032

Health Conditions Care

Alcoholics Anonymous by Lutheran Church of the Reformation`

This is an open discussion-format meeting. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. For more information see www.aa-dc.org

212 East Capitol St. NE, Washington, DC, 20003


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...

2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020

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Aquatic (Pool) Therapy by Hospital for Sick Children (HSC)

Aquatic therapy, also called pool therapy, is done in our heated pool with specially trained therapists. The water provides support to help your child gain strength and coordination in a calming and relaxing place.

1731 Bunker Hill Road, NE, Washington, DC, 20017


Assertive Community Treatment by Hillcrest Children & Family Center

A multidisciplinary team that is engaged in serving people with chronic substance use, mental illness, homelessness, in order to minimizing unnecessary hospitalization and emergency room visits due to psychiatric emergencies and improve their overall quality of life.

3029 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20032

Health Conditions Care

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Community Connections by Community Connections, Inc.

The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams provide comprehensive, community-based, psychiatric treatment, rehabilitation, and support to persons with serious and persistent mental illness. ACT clients often have co-occurring problems with addiction, homelessness, criminal justice involvement, physical illness, and violent victimization. ACT teams embrace the nationally established Evidence Based Practice Model for ACT and achieve a high level of fidelity to the model. Teams are...

801 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20003

Health Conditions Care

Assistance by Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington

ACSGW offers various types of assistance to qualifying local community members. The specific qualifications vary for different types of assistance. That's why the first step is for interested people to call and make an appointment with a case manager, who will conduct an interview to determine your needs, the programs we have available to assist you and to determine your qualifications.

501 Sligo Avenue, Washington, DC, 20910


Data last updated June 2nd 2021