Our After School Program (8-13 yrs) offers homework assistance on academics during the school year and mentoring services. We also offer a variety of educational and wellness workshops.
Health Education More Education Age Group Childcare After School Care Care Mentoring Education Youth Development
Our Art Program (5-24 yrs) is an expressive interactive program designed to help youth deal with grief and loss. The program creates a voice that will be heard and an opportunity for dreams to come true (Previous version called Expose It - An eight-week youth photography program providing coping skills, grief and loss supports in remembering loved ones and sharing memories by crafting memory books, collages, and photography.)
Young Adults (20-30) Youth (6-12) More Education Age Group Teens (13-19) Bereavement Recreation Care Young Children (3-5) Education
The AsA Early Learning Academy provides early childhood education, for the children of the residents of The Mary Elizabeth House. AsA utilizes the Abecedarian approach to early childhood education. The Abecedarian Approach integrates the basic principles of human learning and development into a fun, affordable and effective approach to early childhood education. AsA services children from six weeks to three years old. At the AsA early learning Academy, The Abecedarian Approach for...
Preschool Care Education Youth Development
Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring (BPSM) is a four-month program designed for adults 18 and older who are looking to reduce their high blood pressure. This four-month program meets virtually and is currently free.
Disease Management Education
Supportive case management and assistance with securing services such as a childcare voucher, WIC, housing, TANF, employment, job training opportunities, college/university admissions and more
Navigating the System Housing Government Benefits Student at a school in DC Skills & Training College Readiness Help Find School Help Find Housing Help Find Work Work Help Find Childcare Care Money Students Education Youth Development
Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Services provides mental health treatment and community support to adults with mental illness. Board certified psychiatrists, Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN’s), and Registered Nurses (RN’s) provide psychiatric evaluations and medication management. Individual and group counseling provided for anger management, grief and loss, and trauma issues. Community support services include mental health education, coping skills, co...
Understand Mental Health Health Education Disease Management Medication Management Health Conditions Housing Mental Illness Independent Living Addiction & Recovery Mental Health Care Anger Management 12-Step Severe Mental Illness (SMI) Health Education
Catholic Charities’ Developmental Disabilities Services provide opportunities for a fulfilling future to individuals with developmental disabilities. Our programs are here to support them and their families and caretakers. We believe in the potential and talent of each person to contribute to and participate in their community. Our programs are a reflection of that belief.
Youth (6-12) Supported Employment Living with a Disability Disability Preschool Age Group Living with Developmental Disability Learning Disability Special Education Skills & Training Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Teens (13-19) Intellectual Disability On the Autism Spectrum Young Children (3-5) Education Developmental Disability
ChAMPS (Child and Adolescent Mobile Psychiatric Service) is an emergency response service for children, teenagers and adolescent adults who are having a mental health or behavioral health crisis. We come to your home or your child’s school the same day at no charge to you. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for children and youth ages 6 to 17. We also serve children ages 18 to 21 if they are in the care and custody of DC Child and Family Services Agency. Our team...
Understand Mental Health Mental Health Evaluation Youth (6-12) Guardianship Age Group Short-Term Housing Psychiatric Emergency Services In-Home Support Housing Teens (13-19) Mental Health Care Health Care Foster Youth
We provide services, pregnancy support, and parenting support for at-risk DC women and families.
Health Education Household Sex Education Women/Girls Parenting Education Gender Education Families
A top priority for the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington is to support the region’s health and well-being. We believe that this is achieved by taking a comprehensive approach to health for each individual and communities that we serve. On the individual level, the prescription for achieving and maintaining health includes a lot: engaging in regular physical activity, maintaining proper hydration; eating nutritious meals that are appropriate for you, reducing stress, getting...
Nutrition Education Health
DC Healthy Start is a federally funded program for the residents of the District of Columbia that provides support and referrals for services and resources for all women, parents and infants up to 2 years of age. The program aims to improve birth outcomes for infants and women of child bearing age. You can receive the following services through DC Healthy Start: - Care Coordination/Case Management Services - Reproductive Life Planning - Health Education - Health and Wellness...
899 N Capitol St NE, Washington, DC, 20002
Young Adults (20-30) Understand Mental Health Mental Health Evaluation One-on-One Support Health Education Parents Pregnant Family Planning Home Visiting Age Group Families With Children Health Conditions Navigating the System Household Role Pregnancy Tests Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Teens (13-19) Parenting Education Adults (31-54) Health Care Disability Screening Education
Diabetes Prevention Program is for those who are pre-diabetic. It is a year-long programs with 25 support classroom sessions. Participants learn about healthy eating and increasing physical activity to reduce risk of diabetes. We accept private insurance. How the program works? The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program is part of CDC led National Diabetes Prevention Program. It gets to the root of the diabetes epidemic by helping those at high risk of developing the disease make...
Health Education Health Conditions Health
Calvary’s quality education programs support women building skills for self-reliance and independence. Classes offered each weekday include financial literacy, job readiness, arts & creative expression, health & wellness, and literacy.
1217 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, DC, 20020
Health Education Basic Literacy Women/Girls Financial Education Daily Life Skills Work Money Gender Education
Educational workshops including such topics such as pre-natal care, parenting, life skills, financial literacy, career planning, healthy relationships and other issues concerning today’s youth.
Student at a school in DC Daily Life Skills Parenting Education Students Education Youth Development
Our Employment Referrals and Job Readiness Training Programs in DC and MD help compile weekly employment opportunities for job seekers, particularly Latino immigrants, and offer regular workshops to prepare job seekers for success in their career. These include learning new trades and providing the resources to complete a job search with a successful hire. We help match employers with potential employees. Job opportunities are compiled and distributed each week. We also offer...
Geography Specialized Training Resume Development Age Group DC Resident Ages 18+ Job Placement Skills Assessment Skills & Training Financial Education Daily Life Skills Interview Training Help Find Work Work Maryland Resident Money Education Virginia Resident
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...
Pregnant Family Planning Health Conditions Birth Control Pregnancy Tests
The Healthy Generations Program is a teen parenting program that strives to provide comprehensive, family-centered health care for teen parents and your children. The program goals are to: Improve health, developmental and behavioral outcomes Nurture positive parenting skills Support your educational and career goals Strengthen relationships Support family planning Support your responsible sexual decision-making We currently serve over 300 teen-headed families at four primary...
Health Education Parents Family Planning Age Group Women's Health Role Teens (13-19) Parenting Education Sexual & Reproductive Health Health Care Education
Help Me Grow District of Columbia (HMG DC) promotes healthy development for children and to support healthy birth for pregnant mothers in the District of Columbia. HMG DC is a unique, comprehensive, and integrated district-wide system designed to address the need for perinatal supports, early identification of developmental and/or behavioral concerns, and then to link mother’s, children, and their families to community-based developmental and behavioral services and supports. The...
899 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC, 20002
Parents Pregnant Geography Disability Age Group DC Resident Health Conditions Navigating the System Household Role Understand Disability Understand Government Programs Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Legal Health Care Young Children (3-5) Disability Screening Education Families Developmental Disability
We teach fathers and teen dads how to be a part of their child’s life. Coach, educate and support fathers and teen dads with parenting skills. This program also helps identify community resources for their well-being. (previously called Fatherhood Initiative Workshop?)
Parents Role Fathers Parenting Education Education
When youth enroll in HBP’s Life Empowerment Program (LEP), they become part of a group that learns about personal safety, family planning, and communication skills. LEP is conducted in small groups across the District of Columbia. The program follows evidence-based models and is designed to empower youth to change their behaviors using: Interactive activities so teenagers can retain information Gender-appropriate and age-appropriate classes Community locations across the...
Health Education Age Group Sex Education Safety Education Teens (13-19) Daily Life Skills Education