When Andre Roberson and Yolanda Hayden lost their jobs and homes, the DCSEU Workforce Development program helped get them back on their feet.
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Nonprofit land developer Jubilee Housing has projects underway to provide affordable housing for returning citizens.
At least 14 homeless service providers received loans from the federal program for small businesses, which went towards covering payroll costs to retain employees and maintain critical services for the District’s most vulnerable residents.
At least 100 formerly homeless youth took to the streets of Eastern Market on June 16 for a demonstration in support of their peers and the Black Lives Matter movement. They were all members of Sasha Bruce Youthwork, which houses approximately 150 runaway and homeless youth and provides counseling, education, and life- skill services.
Since the CARES Act was passed, many Americans who filed tax returns have already received their economic stimulus payment. Catholic Charities DC is reaching out to those who may not have filed and think they’re ineligible.
For the time being, service providers contracted by the Department of Human Services can bill the agency at their full rate for case management.
Over the course of two webinars, the National Alliance to End Homelessness offered guidance on how homeless service providers can protect their constituents during the pandemic.
Reporting on the work and services offered by the D.C. Central Kitchen.
Reporting on an event commemorating World AIOS Day in the District.
Vendor James Davis shares his road experiences with Street Sense readers.
Photos from the 2010 Help the Homeless Walkathon, hosted by Fannie Mae.
In depth reporting on the Capital Area Food Bank and increased demand for food support in the District.
An account of Street Sense’s 7th annual Street Sense Silent Auction.
Reporting on the expansion of services (and space) at Bread for the City’s Northwest Center.
An interview with Senior Minister Dean Snyder of Foundry United Methodist Church, as well as details on their efforts to assist those experiencing homelessness.
Reporting on Capitol Hill Group Ministry’s 8th annual charity golf tournament at Renditions Golf Course in Davidsonville, Maryland.
Reporting on the 40th Year Anniversary celebrations of Washington D.C.’s Community for Creative Non-Violence.
Reporting on Back on My Feet, a DC non-profit that provides services to the homeless, to include physical exercise routines.
Reporting on Street Sense’s attendance at the annual street paper conference in Chicago.
Reporting on the fourth annual Street Soccer U.S.A. Cup.