"Milestones" Supervised Visitation by Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative

MSVP is rooted in the belief that the reunification of families is a lengthy, personal and emotional process. Therefore, the ‘Milestones’ mission is to offer Ward 8 families, the appropriate time, tools, environment, and mental/emotional supports that can empower and realistically prepare them for the homecoming of their children.

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Active Intake Project by AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly

The Active Intake Project (AIP) is an innovative legal services delivery program, which brings legal services directly to the neighborhoods where D.C. seniors live. The AIP is part of AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly’s Pro Bono Project. While most of our cases require D.C. seniors to initiate contact with our office through our Legal Hotline, the Active Intake Project ensures that LCE reaches underserved, low-income seniors in the District who may be reluctant or unable to...

601 E St NW, Washington, DC, 20049

Money Care Legal

Activities by Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington

The Kensington Club programs are planned and implemented by our professional staff of Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists and activities leaders. Activities are tailored to meet members’ needs, strengths and interests. Activities and services include: Stimulating discussions on a broad range of topics from current events to history, art and literature Physical and cognitive exercise Reminiscing activities Guest entertainers and speakers Musical programs Therapeutic art...

12320 Parklawn Drive, Rockville, MD, 20852

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Activities by Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington

The Kensington Club programs are planned and implemented by our professional staff of Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists and activities leaders. Activities are tailored to meet members’ needs, strengths and interests. Activities and services include: Stimulating discussions on a broad range of topics from current events to history, art and literature Physical and cognitive exercise Reminiscing activities Guest entertainers and speakers Musical programs Therapeutic art...

1000 Forest Glen Road, Silver Springs, MD, 20901

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Activities by Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington

The Kensington Club programs are planned and implemented by our professional staff of Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists and activities leaders. Activities are tailored to meet members’ needs, strengths and interests. Activities and services include: Stimulating discussions on a broad range of topics from current events to history, art and literature Physical and cognitive exercise Reminiscing activities Guest entertainers and speakers Musical programs Therapeutic art...

18905 Kingsview Rd, Germantown, MD, 20874

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Activities by Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington

Activity programming is at the heart of the Misler Center experience. Days at Misler are filled with enriching activities, with programs tailored to meet the needs of people with a range of cognitive and physical abilities. Throughout the day, there are two activity periods and participants select from at least two choices each time. Staff are always there to help those who need encouragement. For those with memory loss, it is all about staying “in the moment.” For those with...

12320 Parklawn Drive, Rockville, MD, 20852

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Additional Services by D.C. Center for Independent Living

In addition to our core services, DCCIL also provides an array of other related services. These services include but are not limited to ADA information and consultation, relocation by choice, benefits planning, travel training, asset management, orientation and mobility and rehabilitation teaching for people who are blind or visually impaired, basic computer skills, housing resources (we do not provide housing directly) and limited transportation services. DCCIL provides services to...

2901 14th St NW, Washington, DC, 20009

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Additional Services by D.C. Center for Independent Living

In addition to our core services, DCCIL also provides an array of other related services. These services include but are not limited to ADA information and consultation, relocation by choice, benefits planning, travel training, asset management, orientation and mobility and rehabilitation teaching for people who are blind or visually impaired, basic computer skills, housing resources (we do not provide housing directly) and limited transportation services. DCCIL provides services to...

2600 12th St, NE, Washington, DC, 20018

Housing Health Care Transportation

Additional Services by D.C. Center for Independent Living

In addition to our core services, DCCIL also provides an array of other related services. These services include but are not limited to ADA information and consultation, relocation by choice, benefits planning, travel training, asset management, orientation and mobility and rehabilitation teaching for people who are blind or visually impaired, basic computer skills, housing resources (we do not provide housing directly) and limited transportation services. DCCIL provides services to...

840 Chesapeake St, SE, Washington, DC, 20032

Housing Health Care Transportation

Adoption Services by Jewish Social Services Agency

Provides adoption services including: - Informational adoption consultations - Home studies for private and domestic adoptions - Case management and adoption support services - Post placement supervision visits and reports - Individual and family counseling - Adoption court reports (VA) - Counseling and adoption searches for adult adoptees and birth parents - Birth parent counseling and assessments

200 Wood Hill Road, Rockville, MD, 20850

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Adoption Services by Jewish Social Services Agency

Provides adoption services including: - Informational adoption consultations - Home studies for private and domestic adoptions - Case management and adoption support services - Post placement supervision visits and reports - Individual and family counseling - Adoption court reports (VA) - Counseling and adoption searches for adult adoptees and birth parents - Birth parent counseling and assessments

3025 Hamaker Court, Suite 450, Fairfax, VA, 22031

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Adult Day Health Program (ADHP) by MBI Health Services

Purpose: This program was designed to provide medically supervised adult day services to DC residents who are home-bound with chronic health problems and can benefit from various supervised therapeutic activities in an integrated community Services: Participants will receive services based on the individual’s assessed needs (plan of care) and the participant-centered service plan. Services will include but are not limited to: Nursing Services Individual and Group...

4130 Hunt Place, NE, Washington, DC, 20019

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Advocacy and Referrals by Community Outreach and Development

We partner with other agencies to refer clients who may be best served by another organization. We advocate on behalf of clients who may not be able to effectively state their case for additional support or services. We also assist persons with applying for SNAP (food stamp) benefits. Please click here for a resource list for Maryland and the District of Columbia.

4719 Marlboro Pike, Capitol Heights, MD, 20743

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Aftercare by My Sister's Place

Clients benefit from ongoing contact with case-management staff to support them in their independence, including counseling, referrals to community-based services, and advocacy. Upon exiting the residential and non-residential programs, clients benefit from ongoing contact with case-management staff to support them in their independence. Services include counseling, referrals to community-based services, and advocacy as needed for a minimum of 90 days. Our goal is to provide active...

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Age in Place by Seabury Resource for Aging

Having a healthy, safe, and comfortable place to call home is important for all of us. Seabury’s Age-In-Place® program supports older adults in Washington, D.C.’s Wards 4, 5, and 6 through transformative volunteer service projects that help people stay in their own homes. ​ Age-In-Place® engages volunteers as a critical piece of the safety net in D.C. by providing yard work and housing cleaning services.

2501 18th St NE, Washington, DC, 20018

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AIDS Ministry by Covenant Baptist Church

The Covenant Baptist UCC HIV/AIDS Ministry exists to promote HIV/AIDS education, advocate on behalf of those infected/affected by HIV/AIDS, and effect change in the behavior of the African American community in the Metropolitan DC area. We seek to inform the church and community about HIV/AIDS through the following: Our Conversation Center provides a safe space to discuss HIV/AIDS and obtain information about local services and events concerning HIV/AIDS Recognize the national HIV...

3845 South Capitol Street, Washington, DC, 20032

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Alcoholics Anonymous by Lutheran Church of the Reformation`

This is an open discussion-format meeting. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. For more information see www.aa-dc.org

212 East Capitol St. NE, Washington, DC, 20003

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Ambassador Program by DC Department of Aging and Community Living

Provides Intergenerational Programs services, including Opportunities for older adults to teach and learn from DC's youth.

500 K St. NE, Washington, DC, 20002

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Assertive Community Treatment by Hillcrest Children & Family Center

A multidisciplinary team that is engaged in serving people with chronic substance use, mental illness, homelessness, in order to minimizing unnecessary hospitalization and emergency room visits due to psychiatric emergencies and improve their overall quality of life.

915 Rhode Island Avenue, Washington, DC, 20001

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Assertive Community Treatment by Hillcrest Children & Family Center

A multidisciplinary team that is engaged in serving people with chronic substance use, mental illness, homelessness, in order to minimizing unnecessary hospitalization and emergency room visits due to psychiatric emergencies and improve their overall quality of life.

3029 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20032

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Data last updated November 1st 2019