Miguel Gonzales, a lifelong resident of Washington, D.C., and staple of the Adams Morgan neighborhood, died on March 29, 2022.
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The Potter’s House, a cafe and bookstore, has fostered a sense of community since 1960.
Samaritan Inns’ new facility provides homeless or at-risk women seeking sobriety with a six-month treatment program that allows them to live full-time in the building while receiving a personalized regimen of therapy and medical care, and later, assistance finding jobs and housing.
Nonprofit land developer Jubilee Housing has projects underway to provide affordable housing for returning citizens.
Nonprofit housing developer Jubilee Housing purchased the King Emmanuel Baptist Church, and intends to transform it into affordable housing.
The coalition of nonprofits created Platform of Hope to help families access and navigate existing services by centralizing them. The program will take on its second wave of clients in September.
After nearly 30 years of service at Joseph’s House, Patty Wudel, the nonprofit’s outgoing executive director, leaves behind a legacy of community building and compassion.
Vendor Moyo Onibuje discusses his experience finding housing, the comforts of his new home, and his ambitions for the future.
Woman experiencing homelessness’ review on author Annie Finch’s poetry performance.
D.C. nonprofit Community of Hope reopened its redesigned health clinic in Adams Morgan after two years of renovation. The new clinic has more facilities and specialized resources to serve the immigrant and asylee communities in Ward 1.
Eric Thompson-Bey discusses his journey to getting a job in a restaurant, which began when he obtained an externship through a culinary program called Real Opps located at Thrive D.C.
Street Sense vendor returns home to Adams Morgan, the place where he got his start in newspaper sales.
On September 16, a hospice for homeless people with late stage HIV/AIDS called Joseph’s House held a drag show in Adams Morgan. Drag queens performed and community members gathered around to celebrate their community.
A breakfast program on Connecticut Avenue has been feeding 60-70 people every Tuesday-Saturday morning for nearly 30 years. While people are there for a meal, they are also offered clothing, health care, haircuts and art therapy. The warm and welcoming atmosphere is what makes this program noteworthy.
A vendor profile for Edward Ross, Street Sense Vendor near 18th & Columbia NW in Adams Morgan.
Reggie Black reports on the Sounds of Hope benefit concert, which was cohosted by Street Sense and The Potter’s House.
Artist/Vendor Reggie Black reviews his experience at an effort to highlight DC’s local artists.