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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 Mental Health Evaluation

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...

Care Help Escape Violence Seniors (55+)

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

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

Care Help Escape Violence Seniors (55+)

Assistance with Utility Bills (LIHEAP) by DC Department of Energy and the Environment (DOEE)

ADVISORY: Please note that major utilities will not disconnect services during this emergency period. On June 1, 2020, DOEE will begin providing emergency utility assistance to residents who owe $250 or more on a utility account. This will be a one-time payment to a single utility and benefits will be the amount owed, up to $600. Prior to June 1, 2020, DOEE required a disconnection from energy service, an oil tank at 5% or less of capacity, or, for residents fifty-five or older, a...

1200 First Street NE, Washington, DC, 20002

Help Pay for Utilities Income at or below 60% of Area Median Income (AMI)

Children and Adolescent Mobile Psychiatric Service (ChAMPS) by DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

The Children and Adolescent Mobile Psychiatric Service (ChAMPS) provides on-site immediate help to children facing a behavioral or mental health crisis whether in the home, school or community. Services are geared toward children and youth 6-21 years of age. The goal is to stabilize them and avert inpatient hospitalization or placement disruptions in the case of foster children. The mobile crisis teams also make follow up visits and connect the family to needed support services...

Emergency Mental Health Evaluation Care Youth (6-12) Teens (13-19) Young Adults (20-30)

Clean Rivers Impervious Area Charge (CRIAC) Residential Relief Program by DC Department of Energy and the Environment (DOEE)

ALERT: Under the leadership of Mayor Muriel Bowser, the Council for the District of Columbia and the District Government, have authorized financial assistance to provide emergency relief to District residents struggling with unpaid DC Water bills during the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency and 105 days thereafter. Eligible households may receive bill assistance up to $2,000 as a one-time emergency benefit. In addition to this benefit, eligible households will receive...

1200 First Street NE, Washington, DC, 20002

Help Pay for Utilities Income-based

Crisis Services by Community Connections

The Community Connections Crisis Service Team is responsible for providing comprehensive crisis services after 5 pm, on weekends, and holidays to all clients receiving services at Community Connections. This allows us to respond to crises as they happen, ensuring the safety of all our clients. Our main goals are to prevent crises, stabilize emergent situations, and reduce use of city emergency services such as 911 or hospital emergency rooms. The Crisis Service Team currently consists...

801 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20003

Care Emergency DC Resident Medicaid Recipient Ages 18+

Crossing Place by Woodley House

Located in Woodley Park, Crossing Place is an eight-bed emergency shelter and crisis stabilization for people experiencing acute mental illness. One of only two private crisis homes in Washington, DC, its therapeutic atmosphere supports clients’ stabilization and recovery. Crossing Place offers short-term (2-14 days) intensive support services at approximately one-third the cost of hospitalization. Crossing Place is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week with professional...

Housing Emergency Severe Mental Illness (SMI)

DC Health Care Alliance (Health Insurance) by DC Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF)

The DC Healthcare Alliance Program (“the Alliance”) is a locally-funded program designed to provide medical assistance to District residents who are not eligible for Medicaid. The Alliance program serves low-income District residents who have no other health insurance and are not eligible for either Medicaid or Medicare. To be eligible for the DC Healthcare Alliance, you must be a resident of the District of Columbia, meet financial eligibility requirements, not have any other...

Health Conditions Care Health Insurance Not eligible for Medicaid Low-income Immigrants

DC Healthy Families (Medicaid) by DC Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF)

DC Healthy Families is a program that provides free health insurance to DC residents who meet certain income and U.S. citizenship or eligible immigration status to qualify for DC Medicaid. The DC Healthy Families program covers doctor visits, vision and dental care, prescription drugs, hospital stays, and transportation for appointments. DC Healthy Families also offers special programs for newborn babies, children with disabilities or special health care needs, and people with HIV and...

Health Conditions Care Health Insurance Income-based

DC Shelter Hotline by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

Transportation to shelter is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you see someone outside in need of shelter or a welfare check, call the Shelter Hotline at (202) 399-7093 or dial 311. If there is an immediate risk to safety call 911. When calling, please include the time, the address or location of the sighting, and a description of the person’s appearance.

Temporary Shelter Housing Homeless

Emergency Housing by Covenant House Washington

The Sanctuary – Emergency overnight respite for youth who need safe housing immeadiately. The Santuary offers dinner, showers, and washer and dryers to clean clothes. Doors open at 6:00 pm at 2001 Mississippi Ave Safe Haven – CHW’s emergency housing program, provides single youth ages 18-24 a flexible 90-day program to get off the street and to provide them with a customized plan to get their lives back on track.

2001 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20020

Emergency Housing Homeless Men/Boys Young Adults (20-30)

Emergency Housing for Abused and Neglected Seniors by Some Others Might Eat (SOME)

SOME provides emergency housing for seniors who have been abused, neglected, financially exploited, or displaced at Kuehner Place. Kuehner House is a temporary (90 day) housing program. Services Residents have their own rooms Hot, nutritious meals daily Support in obtaining Social Security and public benefits Support in obtaining affordable, long-term housing Access to supportive services, including healthcare

Housing Emergency

Emergency Psychiatric Evaluations by Children's National Hospital

Be assured that at any time of day, our specialists are available by phone for consultation and for emergency psychiatric evaluations in the Emergency Department – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our team of child and adolescent mental health clinicians care exclusively for children. Our specialists have the expertise to recognize psychiatric disorders in children and the experience to recommend the most appropriate next steps in care. We assess patients in crisis and determine...

Health Conditions Emergency Psychiatric Emergency Services Youth (6-12)

Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

ERAP, administered by the Department of Human Services, helps income-eligible District residents (up to 125% of the Federal Poverty Level) facing housing emergencies by providing funding for overdue rent if a qualified household is facing eviction (including late costs and court fees). The program also supports security deposits and first month’s rent for residents moving to new apartments. The amount paid on behalf of eligible households depends on a household’s income and...

Emergency Help Pay for Housing 125% Federal Poverty Line

Family Violence Prevention Program by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Family Violence Prevention and Services Program is an initiative that supports the establishment, maintenance and expansion of programs and projects to prevent incidents of family violence. It also provides immediate shelter and related assistance for victims of family violence and their dependents that meet the needs of all victims, including those in underserved communities. Services Residential services Case management Counseling Outreach Psychiatric assessments Psycho...

Care Temporary Shelter Counseling Help Escape Violence Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Fire Prevention Inspections by DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) Department

Inspection of residential dwellings are available by appointment. These inspections are conducted as a courtesy of the DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (F&EMS) Department’s Firefighting Division. A copy of the inspection will be provided with suggestions. A follow up appointment may also be requested. Our goal in providing this service is to make sure that residential dwellings are free from fire hazards and safety violations. Call (202) 727-1614.

Safe Housing

Free Smoke Alarms (A’sia Sutton Program) by DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) Department

The A’sia Sutton Smoke Alarm Giveaway and Installation Program is a DC Fire and EMS Department District-wide initiative to ensure that all District of Columbia homes have working smoke alarms. We are convinced that working smoke alarms are the single most important appliance in the home because they have been proven to save lives. Statistics shows that most fire fatalities occur in homes where either no smoke alarms were present or those that were present, did not operate properly...

Safe Housing

Home Fire Safety Inspections by DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) Department

Home fire safety inspections are available by appointment. These home inspections are conducted as a courtesy of the DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (F&EMS) Department's Firefighting Division. They will look for overloaded outlets, working smoke detectors, unobstructed exit routes from your home, and good visibility from the street. A copy of the inspection findings will be given to the resident along with suggestions. A follow-up appointment may also be requested. Our goal in...

Safe Housing

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Data last updated June 2nd 2021