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Medical/Healthcare
~They provide quality health services regardless of your ability to pay.
~They have urgent same day appointments as well as appointments within 3 days.
~They accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurances. See a full list of the insurances they accept.
~If you don’t have insurance, they have enrollment assisters who can sign you up and answer questions.
~They have a sliding pay scale for those who don’t have insurance and/or have high out of pocket costs in addition to insurance.
CONWAY HEALTH AND RESOURCE CENTER:
~Their services include:
~~Comprehensive medical, dental and behavioral healthcare
~~Convenient hours, including Saturdays
~~Insurance enrollment and advocacy
~~Midwifery care with birth center or hospital delivery option
~~Pregnancy support groups
~~Breastfeeding education and support
~~Family planning counseling
~~Specialty care coordination and chronic disease management
~~Pediatric services and support
~~Nutrition and wellness counseling
~~Referrals to social services
~~Well-vision exams and other ophthalmology services
~~Podiatry
Conway Health and Resource Center 4 Atlantic Street, SW Washington, DC 20032
~Medical: 202.540.9857
~Dental: 202.540.9862
Medical Hours: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday–Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM on Thursday, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM on Saturday.
Dental Hours: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday–Friday, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM on Saturday.
Emotional Wellness Hours: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday–Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM on Thursday.
FAMILY HEALTH AND BIRTH CENTER:
~Are you an expectant mother? Learn more about their birthing services here.
~Their services include:
~~Physicals, immunizations, and urgent visits
~~Chronic disease management
~~Pediatric care, including well and sick visits
~~Prenatal care and pregnancy support groups
~~Birthing services either at a local hospital or in our birth center
~~Breastfeeding support and education
~~Behavioral healthcare
~~Family planning counseling and services, including birth control and confidential youth services
~~Confidential HIV/AIDS and STI testing and treatment
~~Nutrition and wellness counseling
~~WIC and other social service referrals
Family Health and Birth Center 801 17th Street, NE Washington, DC 20002
202.398.5520
Medical Hours: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday and Wednesday–Friday, 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM on Tuesday, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM on Saturday
Emotional Wellness Hours: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday and Wednesday–Friday, 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM on Tuesday
MARIE REED HEALTH CENTER
~Located in Adam’s Morgan
~They offer medical, dental and behavioral healthcare.
~Their services include:
~~Comprehensive medical, dental and behavioral healthcare
~~Convenient hours, including Saturdays
~~Navigate the healthcare system and get the care you deserve, regardless of ability to pay.
~~Health workshops for refugees and immigrants.
~~Insurance enrollment assistance for all.
~~Language services for patients whose first language is not English.
~~Family planning counseling
~~Specialty care coordination and chronic disease management
~~Pediatric services and support
~~Nutrition and wellness counseling
~~Referrals to social services
~~See a list of their comprehensive services offered.
Marie Reed Health Center 2155 Champlain Street NW, Washington, DC 20009
202.540.9857
Medical Hours: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday–Tuesday and Thursday–Friday, 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM on Wednesday, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM on Saturday.
Dental Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday–Tuesday and Thursday–Friday, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM on Wednesday.
Emotional Wellness Hours: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM on Monday–Tuesday and Thursday–Friday, 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM on Wednesday, 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM on Saturday.
THE COMMONS AT STANTON SQUARE
~”Community of Hope offers emotional wellness services and other supports so that families in the Fort Stanton and Hillsdale communities will thrive.”
~They offer emotional wellness, homelessness prevention, and other family support services.
~New services added regularly, please call for the most up to date information. Check out their list of insurances and sliding fee payment plans here.
~Homelessness Prevention: case managers work with families to prevent homelessness. Learn more about the approach and how to access the services here.
~Family Support Services: The Nurturing Skills for Families Course is offered in a ten-week series every year. Learn more about their family services here.
~Emotional Wellness Services:
~~Screening for all patients 12 years and older for common symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression.
~~Short-term counseling accessible during your health care visit for crisis and follow up options.
~~Pre and postnatal emotional support.
~~Psychotherapy services supportive of your needs, goals, and preferences.
~~Access to medication.
~~Smoking cessation counseling.
The Commons at Stanton Square 2375 Elvans Road S.E. Washington, DC 20020
202-899-1070
Emotional Wellness Hours: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM on Monday–Wednesday and Friday, 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM on Thursday.

Housing
~For information about how to access housing services, visit Community of Hope’s access page.
~They offer temporary housing to provide a “safe place for families entering homelessness to stay while they get back on their feet.”
~Access to these services comes through referrals from the Virginia Williams Family Resource Center
~They offer short-term, housing with 24-hour support for 80 families in three locations:
THE TRIUMPH:
~They offer 24 hour support to help families get back on their feet
GIRARD STREET APARTMENTS:
~Located in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Northwest, DC
~They provide apartment-style emergency shelter for 20 homeless families with children.
~Services include: Goal-oriented case management Assistance on finding an affordable apartment, Connection to employment and training, Connection to behavioral health services, Life skills classes on parenting, Children’s activities, Budget and financial management, and Connection to community resources.
HOPE APARTMENTS
~They provide “short-term, transitional housing for families who are also in need of substance abuse services”
~Located in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Southeast, DC
~They provide “apartment-style transitional housing for 10 homeless families with children, where the head of household is in recovery from substance abuse.”
~”Adults attend outpatient substance abuse treatment programs while simultaneously working on finding a job and stable housing.”
~Services include: Goal-oriented case management, Connection to substance abuse services, Assistance on finding an affordable apartment, Connection to employment and training, Connection to behavioral health services, Life skills classes on parenting, and Connection to community resources
~RAPID REHOUSING: They “help families experiencing homelessness exit shelters quickly and move into their own homes with short- to medium-term rental and utility assistance and supportive services.”
~ “Rapid Re-Housing Program provides short-term rental and utility assistance – along with case management – to those families experiencing homelessness.”
~The program serves up to 211 families at any given time.
~Services include: Housing stability focused case management, Assistance on finding an affordable apartment, Connection to employment and training, and Connection to community resources
~PERMANENT HOUSING: “chronically homeless families find and maintain permanent housing through intensive case management, rental assistance and specialized care for children and youth.”
~ “This program provides long-term housing and in-home supportive services to formerly chronically homeless families.”
~”provide scattered-site permanent supportive housing to about 150 formerly homeless families with children. Families hold leases in their own names and pay up to 30 percent of their income towards rent.”
~Services/tools include: In-home, goal-oriented case management, Assistance on finding an affordable apartment, Connection to employment and training, Navigation through school and life challenges for their children, Pairing eligible youth with volunteer mentors, and Connection to community resources

Case Management
~They work with families at risk of becoming homeless.
~They help stabilize families through services, financial assistance, and connection to mainstream resources.
~ “All families must be referred from the Virginia Williams Family Resource Center.”
~Contact: 202.546.0017 or 202.724.4208
~”In addition to the initial needs assessment and determination of family eligibility for housing, Virginia Williams Family Resource Center offers a variety of services, including counseling, substance abuse education, and employment and housing placement assistance.”
~Their services include:
~~Comprehensive case management
~~Mediation services
~~Financial assistance
~~Budgeting and financial management
~~Rental and utility assistance
~~Referral for legal services


www.communityofhopedc.org

DC’s Virginia Williams Family Resource Center 920 Rhode Island Ave NE, Washington Dc 
202.546.0017 or 202.724.4208
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:30 AM–4:00 PM and Friday, 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Shelter Hotline: (800) 535-7252


Last updated: 08.02.19