Early Intervention Programs by DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

Healthy Futures The Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Project, known as the Healthy Futures Program, operates in 24 child development centers located throughout the District. Consultation focuses on improving the overall quality of the program and assisting staff to solve a specific issue that affects more than one child, staff member, or family. The Healthy Futures Program offers child and family-centered consultation services to care providers and family members that build...

Counseling Specialized Therapy Mental Health Evaluation Youth (6-12)

Families First by DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

At the heart of the Families First program is a commitment to keeping families together, providing community-based treatments proven to work and preventing children from being placed into out-of-home programs. Families First brings together a range of family-centered mental health treatment and supports appropriate to different age groups. These Evidence-Based Practices are proven to strengthen family life, meet the needs of the children and youth and families who experience...

Counseling Specialized Therapy Mental Health Evaluation Abuse or Neglect Survivors

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

Free Immunizations For Uninsured/Underinsured People by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

The providers listed at this website give free immunizations to Medicaid-covered, underinsured and uninsured individuals. Select from the list of wards at this website to view the list of providers.

Health Conditions Vaccinations Uninsured

Free Pregnancy Tests, Condoms, and Family Planning by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

Even at the very beginning of a pregnancy, your baby is developing fast, so it’s important to find out early on if you’re pregnant. Women can obtain a free pregnancy test by calling 1-800-MOM-BABY (1-800-666-2229) to find a location near them. Both men and women can receive free condoms and family planning counseling and referral by calling 1-800-666-2229. For information call 1-800-MOM-BABY (1-800-666-2229). Prospective and eligible parenting women and men also have an...

Health Conditions Pregnancy Tests Family Planning Birth Control Pregnant

Free Sexual Health Care by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

Some types of appointments may be handled via telehealth visits. Currently we are offering the following services. Testing and treatment for patients with STIs/STI symptoms Emergency Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) starts and routine visits Rapid HIV Anti-Retroviral treatment starts Prescription refills Assistance with benefits and access to other services

Health Conditions Sex Education Care Prevent & Treat

Functional Family Therapy (FFT) by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

Functional Family Therapy is an intensive, short term intervention/prevention program that offers in-home family counseling designed specifically to address status-offending behaviors (i.e curfew violations, running away, and truancy) and juvenile delinquency from a relational/family based perspective. FFT Therapists utilize a national FFT evidence-based model to work with the referred youth and their family. This model assesses the family dynamics that have contributed to the youth...

Care Counseling Families Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Youth (6-12)

Future Teen Parent Program (FTPP) by National Center for Children and Families

The FutureBound Teen Parent Program is an apartment-based independent living program that provides 24-hour comprehensive supervision and teaches concrete life skills to adolescent parents, ages 16 – 20, and is designed to help create positive outcomes for both the single parent and their young child. Founded on empathy, learning, caring and bonding, FTPP’s Nurturing Parent Program model is trauma-informed, family-centered and evidence-based. Through this model, FTPP enhances...

Care Specialized Therapy Parents Teens (13-19) Women/Girls

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

High Fidelity Wraparound Project by DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

The High Fidelity Wraparound Project is community-based alternative services for District youth at risk for or returning from an out-of-home residential treatment center placement and for youth who have experienced multiple placements and/or psychiatric hospitalizations.

Care Youth (6-12) Outpatient Treatment

Independent Living Older Blind Program by DC Department on Disability Services (DDS)

The Independent Living Older Blind Program (ILOB) program provides in-home and community-based services to support persons that are blind and living with vision loss who are fifty five years of age and older. The ILOB program has dedicated and trained staff to serve this specialized population.

250 E St SW, Washington, DC, 20024

In-Home Support Disability Visual Impairment

Northwood High School Wellness Program by National Center for Children and Families

The Northwood High School Wellness Center provides opportunities for students and families to receive support in key areas, including physical and emotional health, pro-social activities and concrete services. The Wellness Center is devoted to helping students in the school community reach their full potential by offering coordinated medical care, quality counseling, positive youth development, and health education experiences in a confidential and culturally sensitive manner. All...

Care Specialized Therapy High School Students Teens (13-19)

Parent and Adolescent Support (PASS) by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Parent and Adolescent Support Services (PASS) Program works on behalf of some of the City’s most high-needs residents, with the ultimate goal of enhancing participating families’ ability to work effectively on their own when problems arise. PASS works with youth ages 10-17 who are committing status offenses (e.g., skipping school, running away from home, violating curfew, and/or being extremely disobedient), and it operates as a voluntary, early intervention program. The...

Care Counseling Navigating the System Families Youth (6-12)

Primary Care Clinic by Bread for the City

We provide primary care for all ages. Our dental, vision, and behavioral health clinics only see patients who come to Bread for the City for their primary health care. This allows our doctors to offer high-quality, coordinated, comprehensive services to every patient. The clinic also provides examinations, medications, lab tests, and referrals to patients, regardless of their ability to pay.

1525 7th St NW, Washington, DC, 20001

Health Conditions Dental Care Vision Tests Low-income Uninsured

Project WISH Free Cancer Screenings by DC Department of Health (DC Health)

The District provides free breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic follow-up for eligible women through Project Women Into Staying Healthy (WISH). Project WISH also provides patient navigation, transportation assistance, and cancer education to all women enrolled in the project.

Health Conditions Care Prevent & Treat Uninsured Women/Girls

School Behavioral Health Program by DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

DBH operates a school based program in public and public charter schools that offers prevention, early Three female students and a female teacher veiwing a textbook intervention and clinical services to youth and their families. The US Surgeon General reports one in five children and adolescents experience the signs and symptoms of a diagnosable behavioral disorder each year, resulting in significant disruptions of school classrooms, increased truancy, increased risk for alcohol and...


Strong Families Program (SFP) by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Strong Families Program (SFP) Division is a prevention/early intervention support program for District of Columbia residents located within the Department of Human Services, Family Services Administration. SFP is structured to help vulnerable individuals and families, citywide, who are in crisis and experiencing multiple, complex challenges that may lead to individual or family disintegration or separation. Services received by SFP are voluntary and designed to provide vulnerable...

64 New York Avenue NE, 6th Floor, Washington, DC, 20002

Care Counseling Perpetrator of Intimate Partner Violence Families Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Teen Parent Assessment Program (TPAP) by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Teen Parent Assessment Program (TPAP) empowers teens who are pregnant or parenting to move toward self-sufficiency and decrease additional unintended pregnancies. As an active participant in TPAP, pregnant, or parenting teens will receive the following services: Support with school enrollment and/or maintaining school attendance Obtaining a daycare voucher and locating childcare Applying for TANF, WIC benefits, Health Insurance, and vital documents Referral to behavioral and...

Care Counseling Pregnant Teens (13-19) Women/Girls

Data last updated June 2nd 2021