Bethany Day Center by N Street Village

CLOSED FOR COVID-19 The Bethany Day Center is often the first entry point for women. Open 365 days a year, the Center offers safe respite from the streets, meets a woman’s basic needs for food, clothing, laundry and showers, provides access to resources for housing, health, legal and other needs, and offers a confidential crisis and case management support.

1333 N St NW, Washington, DC, 20005

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Case Management - Miriam's Kitchen by Miriam's Kitchen

Our case managers work one-on-one with guests each day in our dining room. We also partner with many organizations who bring their services to Miriam’s Kitchen. In a warm and welcoming environment, we help our guests by: Assessing their immediate and long term needs Identifying strategies for accomplishing their goals Providing clothing and toiletries Providing access to a consistent phone and mailing address Connecting guests to mental health services Helping guests obtain...

2401 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20037

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Case Management - RAP by Regional Addiction Prevention (RAP) Inc.

Comprehensive outpatient services are offered to those consumers who are HIV+: Support groups, counseling, and auxiliary services HIV One-on-One Education Entitlements (social, medical and mental health) ADAP applications and follow up Health Insurance (Medicare, Medicaid, DC Health Alliance) Housing referrals, SSI Benefits Food, water and childcare vouchers

1949 4th Street, N.E., Washington, DC, 20002

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Community Harvest by Washington Parks and People

The Community Harvest program provides demonstration opportunities for public land reclamation, green planning and design, job training, volunteer support, and advocacy for community greening efforts.

3321 11th St NW, Washington, DC, 20010

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Community Markets by Martha's Table

At our monthly pop-up community markets, all children, their families, and neighbors are invited to shop at no-cost for fresh, healthy produce and pantry staples. Monthly community markets are open to the public.

2500 14th St NW, Washington, DC, 20003


Community Meal by Hughes Memorial UMC

We provide a free nutritious meal every Tuesday from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm. Everyone is invited so please join us.

25 - 53rd Street NE, Washington, DC, 20019


Community Meals by DC Central Kitchen

Delivers meals to various agencies and non-profits around the DC area. You must receive meals at those agencies, you cannot get meals individually directly from DC Central Kitchen. Every day with the help of dedicated volunteers, we transform 3,000 pounds of otherwise wasted food into 5,000 healthy meals for our community. These aren’t simply bags of donated groceries or crates of canned goods – they’re real meals, made by hand by graduates of our Culinary Job Training program...

425 2nd St NW, Washington, DC, 20001


DHS Call Center by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The DHS Call Center is responsible for responding to all incoming calls regarding TANF, SNAP, and Medical Assistance for District of Columbia Residents. They Center provides high quality customer support, not limited to call handling. Call Center staff are equip to complete client service transactions, input and maintain client information, and process all other client transactions. Calls are answered by a Social Service Representatives (SSR) who will review and process applications...

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Dining Room by So Others Might Eat (SOME) - Medical Clinic

Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, SOME's Dining Room is handing out breakfast/lunch to-go containers in the Dining Room parking lot between 7:30 and 9am. SOME’s Dining Room provides two hot, nutritious meals every day of the year to anyone who needs it—no questions asked. Our staff strives to provide quality service in an environment that is clean, safe, and respectful to all. SOME’s Dining Room has space to accommodate women and families who may not want to sit in the main...

71 O St NW, Washington, DC, 20001


Direct Food Distribution Services by Capital Area Food Bank

Sometimes it’s most efficient to provide food directly to kids, seniors, and families. While most of the food we provide goes out to the community through our network of more than 450 nonprofit partners, we also distribute food straight to those we serve when there’s no brick and mortar partner available in a neighborhood where people are in need, or where that’s the most effective way to reach a particular area or group. Our direct distribution programs include: Afterschool...

4900 Puerto Rico Avenue NE, Washington, DC, 20017


Downtown Day Services Center

The Downtown Day Services Center (“The Center”) offers downtown day services to individuals experiencing homelessness. The Center utilizes Pathways to Housing DC’s Housing First method to move individuals into housing by connecting them with supportive services. The Center is operated by the DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) with support from the District of Columbia Department of Human Services and services from Pathways to Housing DC and HIPS. The Center offers...

1313 New York Ave NW, Fifth Floor, Washington, DC, 20005

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Drop-in Center - Friendship Place by Friendship Place

Meals Laundry & Shower facilities Personal hygiene supplies Clothing (Socks/Underwear/T-shirts) Health and Mental Health services Supportive Services & Street Outreach Coordinated Entry/Housing assessment (DC) Resources and Referrals Vital Document & Benefits Assistance Mail Coordination & Phone Usage

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Early Learning Center by United Community

​United Community's Early Learning Center creates positive classroom experiences that encourage children's curiosity and holistically further development. The safe, nurturing environment allows children to learn through play and encourages exploration using the five senses. Allowing children to freely and healthfully express needs, develop self control, respect for others and cultivate a positive self-image within the classroom environment has many beneficial factors for children...

2709 Popkins Lane, Alexandria, VA, 22306

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EBT by United Planning Organization

For many low-income communities throughout DC, this lack of access to healthy food options makes it even more difficult to properly take care of ourselves and our families. UPO’s Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) program is dedicated to increasing access to healthy food, fighting DC’s childhood hunger epidemic, and educating customers about health, nutrition, and eating right. Like a debit card for grocery shopping, an EBT card can be used in place of cash, checks, or food stamps...

2907 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20032

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Economic Security Administration (ESA) Benefits by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Economic Security Administration (ESA) determines eligibility for benefits under the Temporary Cash Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medical Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (formerly Food Stamps), Child Care Subsidy, Burial Assistance, Interim Disability Assistance. ESA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training Program (SNAP E&T) provide employment and training services to able-bodied adults without dependents who...

2100 Martin Luther King Avenue SE, Washington, DC, 20020

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Emergency Assistance/Food Pantry by St Anthony of Padua Church (VA)

St. Anthony’s provides food assistance to those in need in our community. Our assistance is provided to all on a nondenominational basis. When finances permit, some financial support for rent and other emergency expenses is also provided to deserving individuals.

3305 Glen Carlyn Road, Falls Church, VA, 22041


Emergency Food Pantry by Helping Hands Food Distribution Ministry (First Rising Zion Baptist)

We offer an emergency food pantry to those in need every other Tuesday from 10:00AM to 12:00PM.

602 N St NW, Washington, DC, 20001


Evening Program by Thrive DC

Thrive DC’s Evening Program offers a safe, peer supported environment for women and children. Since 1979 we have always reserved dinner for women and their dependents, as they often face the greatest challenges in the face of homelessness and poverty. During the Evening Program, we offer dinner, showers, laundry, emergency groceries, enrichment and therapeutic activities, and a safe place. Evening Schedule Each evening we serve 20 – 40 women and their dependents. The schedule...

1525 Newton St NW, Washington, DC, 20010

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Family In Transition by Shabach Ministries

This program help families with housewares, clothing and groceries who are in transition from halfway houses, homeless shelters, and alternative housing to their own housing from Maryland/DC government and other housing provided by other donors.

403 Brightseat Road, Landover, MD, 20785

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Foggy Bottom Food Pantry by The United Church

The Foggy Bottom Food Pantry provides assistance to Washington, DC families in need. The Food Pantry provides fresh produce, meats, bread, cereal, and snacks.

1920 G Street NW, Washington, DC, 20006


Data last updated June 2nd 2021