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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

Anacostia Family Success Center by Martha's Table

Martha’s Table at The Commons is expanding its community-driven services to better support children and youth, families, and individuals living in Anacostia and surrounding neighborhoods. The center is a one-stop-shop that offers comprehensive resources in health, wellness, education, parenting, and workforce readiness. At the Center, you will meet a passionate team of people who know, love, and stand ready to support their Ward 8 neighbors. Martha’s Table is part of a network...

2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020

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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)

Burial Assistance by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Burial Assistance Program provides a maximum of $1,000.00 towards the cost of a burial or $650.00 towards the cost of a cremation. Assistance is provided if the deceased is determined eligible and the total cost of the burial or cremation is no more than $2,000.00. The total cost of a burial for a deceased person requiring an oversized casket cannot exceed $3,000.00. Burial Assistance payments are made directly to the contract funeral home selected by the decedent’s next of...

645 H Street NE, Washington, DC, 20002

Money Navigating the System Low-income

Case Management by MetroHealth

Our case management staff provides goal-oriented and individualized supports focusing on improved self-sufficiency for the persons served through assessment, planning, linkage, advocacy, coordination, and monitoring activities. Successful services coordination results in community opportunities and increased independence for the persons served. Programs may provide occasional supportive counseling and crisis intervention services.

1012 14th Street, NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC, 20005

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Child Care Assistance Program by DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The subsidized child care program helps income-eligible families pay their child care fees. The child care subsidy is based on an assessment of need, income, and family size.

4049 South Capitol Street SW, Washington, DC, 20032

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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

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

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COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (CHAP) by United Planning Organization

Behind in your rent due to Covid-19? Get up to $4,250 to pay 3 months of rent if you fell behind due to the shutdown. Here’s how to qualify: You must be a resident of the District of Columbia Your delinquency must be related to illness or shutdown (you lost a job or business, worked reduced hours, or fell sick) You must have proof of your rental delinquency from the landlord You must earn no more than 80% of the median family income ($67,950 for a single-person household, up to...


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

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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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 Financial Assistance (EFA) Program for HIV+ Residents by Housing Counseling Services (HCS)

HCS offers financial assistance to persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH) residing in the District of Columbia and Suburban Maryland who are experiencing financial hardship. This assistance is offered through the Emergency Financial Assistance (EFA) Program. EFA financial assistance is supported by the District of Columbia Eligible Metropolitan Area Ryan White Program funding. The EFA Program provides financial assistance in the following areas: first month’s rent, delinquent rent...

2410 17th St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

Money Living with HIV or AIDS

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

Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) by United Planning Organization

If you are facing eviction and homelessness, UPO can help obtain payment for overdue rent, a security deposit for a new residence, or your first month’s rent at a new home.–need to add for severe cases, first come first serve, etc. They receive tons of requests for this service that doesn’t move them to self-sufficiency. We work with the federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) to support the needs of low-income DC residents and their families who are experiencing...

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


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

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Foreclosure Prevention by United Planning Organization

Are you late in paying your mortgage or concerned about your ability to pay in the future? We provide free assistance to borrowers in distress. Homeowners who are facing default or have already defaulted too high level on a mortgage may speak with one of our foreclosure prevention counselors or set up a session to discuss their options moving forward.

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

Money Housing

Foreclosure Prevention by Housing Counseling Services (HCS)

Appointments for foreclosure prevention counseling are scheduled by calling (202) 265-CALL (2255) or by email at No in-person (face-to-face) counseling is being offered at this time; however, we are providing counseling remotely (by telephone or the internet). We have canceled all Foreclosure Prevention Clinics for the time being. When clinics resume they will include a presentation on vital information that every homeowner in danger of foreclosure should...

2410 17th St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

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