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Housing
~50th Street Family Program: temporary housing program with 12 individually furnished apartments.
~ A referral from the Virginia Williams Family Resource Center (VWFRC) is one of the requirements for placement into this program
~On site services include: Case Management, Housing Assistance, Food & Clothing Referrals, Tutoring, Job Placement Assistance, Life Skills Training & Awareness Groups, Substance Abuse Education & Counseling
~Eligibility requirements: Families with Children who are homeless and reside in the District of Columbia, Participants must be referred by Virginia Williams Family Resource Center, Willing & Able to Follow Program Rules, Tuberculosis (TB) Test within 7 days of admission into the program, Police Clearance within 7 days of admission into the program.
~They also provide referrals for TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), SSI (Supplemental Security Income), SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance), Childcare, Medical and mental health care, Employment & Substance Abuse Counseling.
~Location 400 50th Street, SE Washington, DC 20019
~Contact [email protected] or (202) 726-2203
~Anacostia Road Apartments: permanent housing solution with eight affordable one-bedroom apartments for formerly homeless or at risk individuals and families.
~Location: 1320-1322 Anacostia Road S.E. Washington, DC 20010
~Contact (202) 347-8870 for more information.
~Sherman Avenue Single Room Occupancy (SRO): permanent housing solution that provides 10 Single Room Occupancy (SRO) units for men who were once homeless.
~Location: 2822-2824 Sherman Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20001
~Contact (202) 347-8870 for more information.
~Transitional Housing:
~Blair House is a large Transitional Rehabilitation housing facility that can serve up to 85 men who are 18 and older. For more information, click here.
~Emery Work Bed Program (EWBP) is specifically tailored to the needs of homeless men who are employed or in job training. Emery can serve up to 100 men. For more information about this program, click here.
~The Webster House is a small home-like program that can serve 12 men who are homeless. For more information, click here.
~La Casa Transitional Rehabilitation Program (TRP)provides transitional housing for English and Spanish speaking homeless men to help them achieve self-sufficiency. The program can serve up to 40 men who are 18 and older. For more information, click here.
~Park Road Transitional Program can accommodate up to 12 men who are homeless and are in transition from a substance abuse treatment program emergency shelter or other crisis situation. For more information, click here.
~Mickey Leland is a transitional housing program that can serve up to 22 men. The men are provided assistance with obtaining employment and permanent housing. For more information, click here.

Employment Assistance
~The Employment and Training Program is intended to assist homeless individuals to rejoin the workforce.
~It focuses on substance abuse education and rehabilitation, job readiness, and skill development.
~Workshops will teach participants the following skills: Self-Esteem Building, Interview Techniques & role playing, Resume Preparation, How to use online services, Dressing for Success, Money Management, Networking for Employment.
~Furthermore, participants will be referred  to the following skill development training: Access to GED/Literacy Programs, Apprenticeship Program, Commercial Driver’s License, Compensated Work Therapy, Computer Technology & Software, Construction, Culinary Arts, Electrician, Nursing Assistance, Plumbing, Roofing & Brick Laying, Steam Fitter
~Eligibility criteria: Must be homeless, Complete Employment Assessment, Willingness to work with staff, Attend workshops, Alcohol & Drug Free (will provide assessments, if needed)


www.dccfh.org

1234 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
(202) 347-8870


Last updated: 08.08.19