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District of Columbia Homeless Shelters

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District Of Columbia (5)

Latest Update to District of Columbia Homeless Shelters database:

Miriams Kitchen
Washington, DC - 20037
(202) 452-8926

Ending chronic homelessness in DC is possible. Permanent supportive housing is the solution

Gospel Rescue Ministries - Ready To Work (for Men)
Washington, DC - 20001
(202) 842-1731

The mission of the GRM Institute is to promote spiritual and intellectual wellness through a holistic approach that reaches the complete individual by utilizing innovative education, technological and career development services that delivered in the spirit of loyalty, humility and unity

Central Union Mission - Spiritual Transformation Program (for Men)
Washington, DC - 20009
(202) 745-7118

The Spiritual Transformation Program is about changed lives-not just on the outside, but deep inside. The program gives dedicated students the tools they need to overcome addictions and other life-controlling issues. The 12-to-18 month intensive residential program for men offers counseling, educational opportunities, job and skills training, cultural exposure and work therapy projects. The focus is on renewing hope, restoring family relationships, and returning once-broken men to productive lives.

Calvary Women's Services - Calvary Women's Shelter (for Women)
Washington, DC - 20001
(202) 289-2111

Calvary Women's Shelter is a 25-bed transitional housing program for women for all women in need. Support services ensure that women who stay at the shelter are able to make positive steps toward independence.

Miriams Kitchen
Washington, DC - 20037
(202) 452-8926

Ending chronic homelessness in DC may sound impossible, but it’s not. Chronically homeless individuals have disabilities such as serious mental illness, chronic substance abuse or medical issues, and are homeless repeatedly or for long periods of time.As of January 2012, there are 1,870 chronically homeless individuals in Washington, DC on any given night. The most successful intervention for ending chronic homelessness is permanent supportive housing, which couples permanent housing with supportive services that target the specific needs of an individual.

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