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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

Alternatives to Landlord/Tenant Court Project by AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly

LCE’s Alternatives to Landlord/Tenant Court Project (Alternatives Project) combines social work, legal and volunteer coordination to help prevent eviction of D.C. elders. Legal Assistance We Provide to Tenants and/or Tenant Associations - Eviction defense: if you received a “Notice to Vacate” and or a court summons from your landlord for issues like breach of lease or non-payment of rent, we can help you defend against eviction; - Rent control disputes: we help you get the...

601 E St NW, Washington, DC, 20049

Legal Housing

Appellate Advocacy by Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia

Established in 2004 with seed money from the DC Bar Foundation, which continues to provide generous support, Legal Aid’s Appellate Project has become a “model of excellence” that the National Legal Aid and Defender Association has urged other legal services programs to emulate. The Project was named for its founding Director, Barbara McDowell, after her untimely death. The Project not only litigates appeals on behalf of Legal Aid clients but also files “friend of the court...

1331 H St NW, Washington, DC, 20005

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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

Food Goods Legal Homeless Women/Girls

Bread for the City Legal Clinic - NW by Bread for the City

Bread for the City is a non-profit organization that provides free comprehensive services including supplemental food, clothing, medical care, legal and social services. The Legal Clinic at Bread for the City provides advice and representation in the following main areas of law:    HOUSING: helping tenants in landlord-tenant and subsidized housing cases

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Case Management by Housing Up

HOUSING UP CASE MANAGERS TAKE A HOLISTIC, FAMILY-CENTERED APPROACH TO PROVIDING SERVICES THAT TRANSFORM FAMILIES’ LIVES. Providing families with stable, safe housing is the first and most important step in accomplishing our mission of ending family homelessness. Housing Up follows the Housing First model, which focuses on quickly moving families experiencing homelessness into permanent housing with leases in their own names. Once families are safely housed, Housing Up’s...

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Center for Accessibility by DC Public Library (DCPL) System

The Center for Accessibility is committed to providing customers with disabilities equal access to library resources and services at all DC Public Library branches. The Center for Accessibility staff work to provide disability-related cultural programming, book clubs, and accessible game nights throughout the year as well as classes in American Sign Language and Assistive Technology. All services are free and open to all. For information about requesting accommodations, including sign...

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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

Consumer Fraud and Financial Abuse Unit by AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly

With the twin goals of protecting clients’ homes and their sources of income, the Consumer Fraud and Financial Abuse Unit provides direct representation to LCE clients on a range of issues, including: - Foreclosure Defense; - Real Property Fraud; - Debt Collection Defense; - General Consumer Issues. - The unit also houses the Real Property Tax Project, which represents clients who are facing real property tax foreclosures. In addition to providing direct services, the unit...

601 E St NW, Washington, DC, 20049

Legal Money

Consumer Law by Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia

Our consumer law attorneys strive to help protect their clients’ limited income and assets, specializing in two key areas of practice: foreclosure prevention and consumer debt collection litigation. Since 2008, our consumer law attorneys have worked to provide representation to individuals threatened with foreclosure, as well as to protect clients from mortgage servicers’ abusive and illegal practices. Our consumer attorneys are in the courtroom for initial hearings in judicial...

1331 H St NW, Washington, DC, 20005

Legal 125% Federal Poverty Line DC Resident U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

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

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...

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DV/Family Law by Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia

Our domestic violence/family law attorneys represent clients in a wide range of intrafamily matters in the D.C. Superior Court. We represent domestic violence survivors seeking to obtain civil protective orders against their abusers. As of 2012, we maintain a presence at both Domestic Violence Intake Centers in D.C. (in N.W. at the courthouse, and in S.E. at United Medical Center) to increase access to our services and to provide critical same-day assistance to clients. We also...

1328 Southern Avenue, Washington, DC, 20032

Legal Families Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Education Legal Services by Children's Law Center

A good education is a child’s building block for future success. But too often the District’s school system fails to provide specialized instruction and other support needed to help children with physical, learning or emotional disabilities succeed. Poor children often enter kindergarten behind their peers. When children have special education or mental health needs they often fall further behind, have behavioral problems that lead to unnecessary suspensions, and are much less...

501 3rd Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001

Legal Education Youth (6-12)

Family Legal Services by Children's Law Center

When children are in a loving, stable family, they thrive. Even though most parents want what is best for their children, today about 1,300 District children are in foster care because of abuse and neglect within their family. And, thousands of DC children live with their grandparents and other extended family due to parental instability. Thousands more are at risk because of homelessness, extreme poverty, or a family history of violence that can sometimes overwhelm parents and lead...

501 3rd Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001

Legal Families Youth (6-12)

Financial/Credit Counseling by Housing Counseling Services (HCS)

HCS can help you develop a strategy for improving your credit and achieving your housing goals (including homeownership) through workshops and counseling. Attend a free Money Matters / Financial Literacy webinar Schedule an appointment for a session with a housing counselor at 202-667-7706.

2410 17th St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Legal Money

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

Housing Law by Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia

Keeping families in safe, affordable housing is at the core of our housing law practice. Our housing law attorneys understand the importance of getting our clients effective and timely relief in matters such as eviction, housing code violations, the termination of housing subsidies, and the preservation of affordable housing. We represent clients in eviction cases in the Landlord and Tenant Branch of D.C. Superior Court and in administrative hearings to preserve housing subsidies and...

1331 H St NW, Washington, DC, 20005

Legal 125% Federal Poverty Line DC Resident U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

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