Welcome to our Washington, District Of Columbia page. We provide listings of: women's shelters, family shelters, transitional housing, residential treatment centers and other residential services for women.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics, and best of all supportive housing options. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
In these tough times, shelters are needing your donation help more than ever. Contact the shelters at the phone numbers provided to donate your items. Most shelters also are always looking for volunteers. Look to your homeless shelters for volunteer opportunites. I list addresses, phone numbers, websites and shelter comments on my shelter details pages. Please help and get involved.
IMAGENE believes as AMERICANS we owe our VETERANS a ''thank you' for the freedoms we enjoy. many of them after serving our country get on hard times or have health problems as a result of their service. We must be their for them and she has for 30 years with no money from the government. Domestic viView Full Details
Our mission is to enable homeless and formerly homeless adults in the upper Northwest area of the District of Columbia to rebuild their lives with the involvement of the community.View Full Details
The Coalition for the homeless was founded in 1979 and incorporated as a nonprofit in the District of Columbia in 1981. The mission of the Coalition is to assist the homeless and persons who are at risk of becoming homeless to obtain permanent housing and become self sufficient.View Full Details
The YWCA of the U.S.A. is the nation's oldest and largest women's movement. Operating out of over two thousand locations in all 50 states, the YWCA of the U.S.A. represents approximately 2 million women, girls and their families. Its mission, to empower women and girls and to eliminate racism, is thView Full Details
N Street Village provides a therapeutic community, encompassing a day center, a night shelter, case management, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, recovery housing, employment and vocation training, and wellness services. Women are assisted in developing necessary skills, abilitiesView Full Details
Hannah House, founded in 1979, provides structured, caring homes and supportive services for homeless women with and without children. We help residents build healthy families and work toward their goals, which may include life-long recovery from addiction, an improved sense of self, and independentView Full Details
NEW's ongoing mission is to develop and implement a program that assists residents in regaining self-sufficiency by 1) preparing them to return to independent living; 2) increasing their skills and income levels; and 3) increasing their self-determination.View Full Details
GRM's mission is to transform the lives of people without hope by sharing the love of Jesus. GRM is a nondenominational faith-based organization, supported by individuals, churches, foundations and the donated time of volunteers.View Full Details
Founded in 1884,Central Union Mission is dedicated to serving needy and homeless men, women, and children throughout the Washington metropolitan area. These services are provided by a number of ministries which make up the Mission: Men's Ministry, Camp Bennett, Food Services, and Hispanic Outreach.View Full Details
Georgetown Ministry Center (GMC) seeks lasting solutions for people who are homeless on the streets of Georgetown and Foggy Bottom.View Full Details
St. Luke's Shelter provides the physical nourisment, sense of community, and safe, sober and structured environment clients need to do the difficult work of regaining their health and rebuilding their lives.View Full Details
My Sister's Place is committed to eradicating domestic violence. We started as a project of the Women's Legal Defense Fund in 1976 and opened our doors as an emergency shelter in 1979. We focus on helping women become emotionally and economically self-sufficient - through counseling, job training anView Full Details
Among homeless women the place has a reputation; when you're ready to turn your life around, go to Calvary. Each year, 150 women do just that, and find, as the staff likes to say, ''a safe, caring place for tonight; support, hope and change for tomorrow.'' Of the 10,000 homeless in DC, most are womeView Full Details
'Our mission is ''Growing Children, Strengthening Families and Changing Neighborhoods'' to ensure that low income at risk families receive quality services, when they need them, regardless of why, from caring people. Lydia's House, established in 1990 byView Full Details
To manage a shelter for the homeless population of Washington, D.C.View Full Details
The ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LEGAL RESOURCE CENTER is dedicated to advancing the legal and civil rights of Asian Americans in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan community through direct services, education, and advocacy. Through its innovative programs and strategic partnerships, APALRC's main goals arView Full Details
Jewish Women International, founded in 1897 as B'nai B'rith women, honors the concept of tikkun olam ? repairing the world-through education, advocacy and action. Guided by a vision of a safe world for women and children, each of our anti-violence initiatives promotes the highest form of tzedakah byView Full Details
Our mission calls us to serve the suffering children of the streets with unconditional love and respect. We are committed to providing the youth who come to us with a stable place to live, a better education and eventually, a career to support thier families.View Full Details
To provide homeless and formerly homeless women with opportunities to develop their independence, sense-of-self and hope by: providing safety, shelter, food, showers and laundry in a nurturing, homelike environment. Helping women to reach their potential through intensive case management and programView Full Details