Shelter
~ “House of Ruth provides housing and supportive services to women at residential programs located in Washington, DC. All were homeless and nearly all are survivors of domestic violence. provide service-enriched housing to a total of 85 women daily who are working toward safety, stability and self-sufficiency.”
~At House of Ruth, women and their children who are homeless and abused can get a full array of supportive services to heal and establish safe and stable lives including: Intensive work on building a healthy parent-child bond, Supportive groups and recreational activities for the children, One-on-one caring attention from a skilled case manager, Mental health services, including ongoing therapy and support groups, Addiction recovery services, Life skills training, and Financial services.
~ “All of these services are offered in House of Ruth’s homes for families. Families living in rent-subsidized apartments get supportive services from House of Ruth through the Bridges Program and FamilySpace.”
~Please contact 202-667-7001 ext. 320 or [email protected] to learn about how House of Ruth might help you find a home.

Counseling
~The Domestic Violence Support Center offers free psychotherapy to more than 130 people every year who are affected by domestic or intimate partner violence.
~For more information about the Domestic Violence Support Center, click here.

Day Care
~If you are homeless or live in a transitional living program and need day care for your children, please contact Kidspace at 202-667-7001, ext. 223 or [email protected].
~Kidspace provides a developmental day care program for children ages six weeks to five years old.


www.houseofruth.org

5 Thomas Circle, NW Washington, DC 20005
202-667-7001


Last updated: 08.13.19