Address:7011 Good Luck RdHyattsville, MD 20784Map & Directions
Services: Offers a food referrals, clothing, financial assistance for prescriptions and crisis services.SERVICES: 1) FOOD REFERRAL: Clients are referred to the nearest pantry for emergency (non-perishable) food, including baby food. Must provide social security card and picture ID. 2) CLOTHING: Offered to individuals/families in need. Clothing can be picked up at St. Christopher Episcopal Church, 8001 Annapolis Road, New Carrollton, MD. Must call 301-699-9009to schedulepickup.3) PRESCRIPTIONS: Financial aid is provided to clients who have a first prescription that is not a refill.,
Eligibility: Low-income persons in need.
Address:4901 Eastern Ave NEHyattsville, MD 20782Map & Directions
Services: Provides transitional apartment housing for young mothers and their children. Assists residents achieve economic self-sufficiency and a stable family life by providing case management, job placement, day care, and parenting classes.
Hours: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm, Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Single mothers ages 18-25, with one child under the age of 10, must have high school diploma or GED certificate
Address:311 68th PlCapitol Heights, MD 20743Map & Directions
Services: EMERGENCY SHELTER: One of 9 participating churches that offers emergency shelter for one family of,
Eligibility: Homeless families. One at a time.
Address:311 Laurel AveLaurel, MD 20707Map & Directions
Services: COLD WEATHER SHELTER: Coordinates intake for the cold weather shelters from early Dec until mid-Mar. Separate shelters are provided for men and women. Dinner and breakfast are served and showers are sometimes available. Shelter locations vary weekly, but most are in the Laurel area. Also accepts donations of socks, coats, gloves, and canned goods are needed.
Eligibility: Homeless individuals ages 18 and older.
Documents To Bring: Photo ID and Social Security Card (if available). Call LARS for up-to-date information.
Address:5525 Marlboro PikeCapitol Heights, MD 20743Map & Directions
Services: In caring for the poor, in sheltering the homeless, and in protecting those who are vulnerable or oppressed, Catholic Charities helps people in need strengthen and rebuild their lives. They focus on prevention when possible, intervention when needed and advocacy when resources are inadequate. They help those they serve develop skills and abilities that enable them to move from crisis and isolation to stability and growth. They serve those in need without regard for race, religion or national origin. Catholic Charities is the largest private social service agency in the Washington area; recommended by SmartMoney and Money magazines as one of the top-rated social service provider networks in the United States; services reach more than 120,000 men, women and children each year. Services include: Health Care; Legal Aid; Children/Daycare; Emergency Assistance; Employment Assistance; Education; Family Support Centers; Foster Care; Housing Assistance; Emergency Shelter/Hypothermia; Parenting; Pregnancy/ Adoption; Refugees/Immigration ; Food Pantry/Distribution; Substance Abuse; Youth Services; Counseling
Address:1200 U St NW # 3NWWashington, DC 20009Map & Directions
Services: Provides free legal services to those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Provides intake services at area shelters and community organizations Offers legal advice on matters such as landlord tenant issues, subsidized housing, food Stamps, SSI benefits, emergency assistance, obtaining ID cards and vital records, credit and debt problems, and other legal matters.
Home visits: Cardozo/Shaw
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday (varies at each client site)
Eligibility: DC residents, homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless
Address:4065 Minnesota Ave NENEWashington, DC 20019Map & Directions
Services: Provides two-years of savings and financial literacy training, as well as a life-skills program that,
Eligibility: Ages 18 and older, families with children, DC residents
Address:701 Maryland Ave NENEWashington, DC 20002Map & Directions
Services: Provides prevention and education services to high-risk adolescents, including runaway and homeless youth, commercial sex workers, teenage mothers, street youth, youth in shelters, and court adjudicated youth. Health screenings and risk reduction counseling,
Hours: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm, Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Ages 13 - 24 Adults Teens Families Females Males
Address:611 N St NWNWWashington, DC 20001Map & Directions
Services: Provides case management, Housing Services, education referrals, Community referrals, employment referrals, subsidized apartment program, budgeting and savings component to homeless women Also provides 24 hour hypothermia shelter for women.
Home visits: Shaw/Logan Circle
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Homeless women; 21 or older; Residents of DC; No provision for children; Drug free environment, Requires 30 days clean time
Address:6323 Georgia Ave NW #206NWWashington, DC 20011Map & Directions
Services: Provides transitional living for Spanish-speaking men in recovery from drugs/alcohol for a six month duration. Clients receive extensive case management services, individual counseling, and employment counseling Must attend AA/NA meetings seven days per week and save money for transition into independent living.
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday Inpatient, Monday- Thurs, 6-8pm Outpatient (clients may call on Thursday, but are not seen)
Eligibility: Must show proof of 30 days clean time. Must be over 21 years old.