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Whitman-Walker Health
Whitman-Walker Health serves all D.C. residents with a special focus on LGBTQ+ and those living with HIV or AIDS. Services include behavioral health support and counseling, medical and dental care, HIV and STI testing and treatment, PrEP, harm-reduction counseling, and gender-affirming care. They also provide LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS-specific support groups.
Sasha Bruce Youthwork
Sasha Bruce Youthwork provides programs and support for at-risk youth, including safe homes, life-skills training, and employment and education support. Safe homes provide a place to stay, counseling, and classes to help develop stability and independence. If you’re a young person wondering where to turn, this is a good resource.
The Women's Collective
Women and girls in the D.C. area who are living with HIV/AIDS can get services and support from The Women’s Collective. They provide education and awareness, prevention resources, HIV and Hep C testing, early intervention support, medical case management, support groups, peer support, and referrals to food pantries, housing assistance, and other resources.
Bread for the City
Bread for the City offers help for those in need, including food, clothing, health care, and social and legal services. Clients can get a five-day supply of food each month, visit a monthly free farmer’s market, get clothing and toiletry products, receive legal advice and support, and connect with social services for long-term support.
Washington DC 211
Washington D.C. residents who call 211 are connected to a variety of social services, such as child care, employment and education support, access to medical care and insurance, housing services, transportation assistance, mental health and substance use treatment, and much more. For those in need, 211 is a centralized resource where you can find multiple essential services in one place.
Crisis and Access Hotline
If you need help to work through a difficult situation, call the Access Helpline at 1(888)7WE-HELP or 1-888-793-4357. They have trained professionals who can offer emotional support, activate a mobile crisis team, help you with problem-solving, and offer connections to appropriate services or mental health and substance use treatment. You don’t have to handle everything alone — call the Helpline to get support and assistance.
DC Coalition for the Homeless
D.C. Coalition for the Homeless provides multiple services for those experiencing or at risk of homelessness. They have services for families with children, temporary housing programs for men, emergency shelters, employment and job training, and permanent supportive housing. If you’re looking for help getting back on your feet, the D.C. Coalition for the Homeless is a good option.
Government Programs
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Comprehensive Treatment & Services Finder Tool
If you’re looking for substance use-related resources in the D.C. area, this comprehensive finder tool makes it easy to connect with the organizations you need. By selecting your ward, you can find substance use treatment programs, prevention centers, faith-based organizations, federally qualified health centers, homeless shelters, hospital emergency rooms, naloxone (Narcan) distributors, peer-operated centers, recovery housing, and syringe programs. Every resource is at your fingertips.
Parent Support Programs
Parent support programs can help families manage the stressors of daily life. Washington D.C. offers an online parent support group called Wellness Wednesdays and the city’s website also provides links to an on-demand video library. This website also provides information about family success centers and other local programs around D.C.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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Family & Medical Counseling Services
Family & Medical Counseling Services provides a variety of harm-reduction services, as well as medical care, behavioral health services, and case management. They operate a community health center as well as mobile outreach. Harm-reduction services include HIV/Hep C/STI testing, syringe exchange, naloxone (Narcan) kits, fentanyl test strips, harm-reduction vending machines, and referrals to substance use treatment for those who are interested.
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