Washington, Dc Homeless Assistance

There are many organizations and non profits that assist the homeless.
We list types of homeless assistance including: emergency shelters, clothing assistance, food assistance vouchers, social services organizations, dental assistance, housing assistance programs, medical assistance, churches that provide assistance with food and rent, etc. Anything that can help those who are homeless or about to be homeless.

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Springfield Baptist Church Helping Hands

508 P St. N.W
Washington, DC - 20001
(202) 234-0648
For more than 20 years, the Helping Hands Ministry of Springfield Baptist Church has been providing food and clothing for the homeless in the Shaw Community. Every 2nd Saturday of the month, The Helping Hands Ministry of Springfield Baptist Church provides a hot meal and clothing for more than 50 ho..

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DOEE Department of Energy & Environment

1200 First Street, NE 5th Floor
Washington, DC - 20002
(202) 671-3314
DOEE can help you with your energy and utility bills. We have financial assistance, discounts and late bill forgiveness programs. Services for Low-Income Residents     Help paying your utility bills (LIHEAP)     DIY Home Energy Audit     Discounts on your utility bills (UDP)     Weathe..

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Central Union Mission Shelter for Men

65 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC - 20001
(202) 745-7118
Through a 24-hour operation run by volunteers, staff, and program-graduates, the Mission provides a variety of programs and services that include: Emergency shelter services for homeless men every night of the year Meals and groceries seven days a week for anyone in need who walks through the Miss..

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Community for Creative Nonviolence (CCNV)

425 Second St. NW
Washington, DC - 20001
(202) 393-1909
CCNV's Mission is to ensure that the rights of the homeless and poor are not infringed upon and that every person has access to life's basic essentials -- food, shelter, clothing and medical care.  CCNV is also committed to protecting the rights of the homeless, advocating on behalf of the underse..

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StandUp For Kids - DC

PO Box 75983
Washington, DC - 20013
(202) 560-6983
Since May 2011, we have been connecting homeless and at-risk youth in DC with much-needed services around the District.  We engage youth through street outreach and outreach centers at different locations throughout the city. The work we do is a very effective combination of stand-alone StandU..

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Bridges to Independence - Sullivan House

3103 9th Rd. N
Arlington, VA - 22201
(703) 525-7177
Bridges to Independence leads individuals and families out of homelessness and into stable, independent futures. We offer a continuum of aid and support for all family members, helping them attain financial security and move forward into self-sufficiency. As homelessness is often episodic, our oth..

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Bethesda Cares

7728 Woodmont Avenue
Bethesda, MD - 20814
(301) 907-9244
Bethesda Cares is a community outreach program for the homeless, as well as a safety net for those at risk of eviction or utility shut-off. Our Onsite Services are available Monday through Friday at 7728 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda Maryland.  Our main office serves as both a Drop-In Center for clie..

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New Hope Housing - Bailey's Shelter & Supportive Housing

5914 Seminary Rd
Falls Church, VA - 22041
(703) 820-7621
Emergency shelter for single individuals in Fairfax County. 50-bed emergency homeless shelter located in Falls Church, Va., provides single adults with safe emergency shelter and the support necessary to create a path toward permanent housing. BCCS also offers a drop-in program to provide respite ..

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QCI Behavioral Health

9475 Lottsford Road
Largo, MD - 20774
(301) 636-6504
QCI Behavioral Health is a State of MD PATH Provider. PATH stands for Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness. PATH program funds service people with serious mental illness experiencing homelessness. PATH providers are local public or nonprofit organizations that have receive U..

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Montgomery County Core Service Agency

401 Hungerford Drive
Rockville, MD - 20851
(240) 777-1724
Montgomery County Core Service Agency is a State of MD PATH Provider. PATH stands for Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness. PATH program funds service people with serious mental illness experiencing homelessness. PATH providers are local public or nonprofit organizations tha..

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