Washington Wizards All-Star guard John Wall, in collaboration with the John Wall Family Foundation (JWFF), launched the “202 Assist” program in late May. 202 Assist is aimed at providing rent assistance to Ward 8 residents impacted most by the COVID-19 pandemic. The foundation is working with Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, the DC Department of Housing and Community Development, Lydia’s House and Housing Counseling Services to identify qualifying applicants and disperse rent...
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
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...
Perry Center, Inc. anticipates receiving some funds to assist families in crisis.
128 M St NW, Washington, DC, 20001
Emergency Care Money
The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has developed the COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (CHAP), a $6.2 million program funded by the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) offering rental assistance to low-income renters who are in arrears. Tenants must earn 80% of the Median Family Income (MFI) or below based on the COVID-19 Income & Rent Schedule. Financial assistance will be based on income and household size. Assistance can be applied for rent...
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...
The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has developed a $1.5 million program funded by federal HOME dollars to offer tenant-based rental assistance to low-income renters. Rental assistance will allow tenants to remain current with monthly rent payments and can be used retroactively to pay April and May rent. The fund is estimated to assist 400 households for a minimum of six months and up to two years based on financial need and available funds. Community-based non...
ACSGW stands ready to help our community through any disaster. Unfortunately, it is hard to predict just what misfortune may impact our lives. Will it be a violent storm, a devastating home fire or some other horrid event that strikes our community? Although such incidents are hard to predict, ACSGW is prepared to offer assistance in the form of case management, food, clothing, household goods and other support. Please think of ACSGW when disaster strikes
501 Sligo Avenue, Washington, DC, 20910
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
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
Emergency Housing Legal Care Money
Offers emergency rent, mortgage and utility assistance to residents of Ward 6. This is only offered on a case by case basis for participants.
900 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001
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
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
1667 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC, 20020
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...
1310 Southern Ave., SE, Washington, DC, 20032
Emergency Health Conditions
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...
HPP supports eligible families (30% of Medium Family Income or below) to prevent episodes of homelessness through case management, mediation, financial assistance (including up to 4 months of rent arrears), and connection to housing resources. Since its launch, the program has prevented more than 7,000 unique families (83% of referrals) from entering shelter. In FY21, HPP has a budget of $4.1 million. Families are assessed for HPP eligibility when completing intake at the Virginia...
The free shelter is available at night and during weather emergencies, 7 days a week throughout the year, 24 hours a day.
7530 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20012
Hypothermia is a medical emergency that occurs when your body loses heat faster than it can produce heat, causing a dangerously low body temperature. Left untreated, hypothermia can lead to complete failure of your heart and respiratory system and eventually death!
301 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20001
Jordan and Mary Claire Houses are a community alternative to psychiatric hospitalization. Jordan House offers a residential psychiatric crisis stabilization program for adults in Washington, DC; Mary Claire is a six-month extended program for those who, upon discharge from Jordan House, would be vulnerable to cycling through crisis again because of severe or persistant mental illness exacerbated by chronic homelessness. Caring staff are on-site 24 hours a day and cultivate a safe...
Emergency Housing Care
MDReady is a partnership with the Governor's Office, provides a text alert system that provides information about COVID-19 services such as testing and vaccination, and provides emergency alerts from the state such as extreme weather warnings. Text MDReady to 898-211 to opt-in.