Central Union Mission

Central Union Mission is a faith-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and the oldest private social service agency in Washington, DC. In addition to its emergency shelter, which provides over 62,00...

Number of Services: 20

Centro Tepeyac

Founded in 1990, Centro Tepeyac Silver Spring Women’s Center (Centro Tepeyac) is a nonprofit clinic, offering various services to men, women in the Washington DC metro area in pregnancy-related crises...

Number of Services: 1

CFLS: TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM AT TRINITY ARMS

Offers a two year transitional housing program for homeless families. Families receive 2 years of temporary housing in an apartment unit and social services designed to help them move toward self-suff...

Number of Services: 1

Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church

Welcome to Chevy Chase Presbyterian! We seek to be a congregation where God is the center of our lives; we celebrate children and youth and equip them with faith to meet life’s challenges, and we w...

Number of Services: 2

Child and Family Services Agency

The DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is the public child welfare agency in the District of Columbia responsible for protecting child victims and those at risk of abuse and neglect and assist...

Number of Services: 0

Children's Law Center

Children’s Law Center envisions a future in which every child in the District of Columbia has a solid foundation of family, health, and education. We work toward this vision by providing legal service...

Number of Services: 3

Children's National Hospital

Our program was established in 1995 and to-date has provided more than 2,000 parenting teens with compassionate, culturally sensitive care — supporting you and your young children during critical earl...

Number of Services: 14

CHINATOWN SERVICE CENTER: SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

Aids elementary students for 6 weeks during the summer months by enhancing English and mathematics skills, teaching students songs and allowing students to participate in arts and crafts.

Number of Services: 1

Christ House

Christ House provides comprehensive and compassionate health care to sick, homeless men in the District of Columbia.

Number of Services: 3

Church of the Pilgrims

Church of the Pilgrims is a congregation in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Pilgrims was originally intended as a home away from home for southern Presbyterian men and women "pilgrimaging" in our nati...

Number of Services: 1

City of Praise Family Ministries

A local church providing community services ranging from food, college access, and recovery.

Number of Services: 3

Clean and Sober Streets

Clean and Sober Streets offers long term residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation services for men and women who are willing to recover

Number of Services: 5

CNCS: AMERICORPS: NCCC

More than 1,000 young people, ages 18-24,serve on teams and address environmental projects,diaster preparedness and response,education, public safety, and other unmet human needs.

Number of Services: 1

Coalition for the Homeless

The Coalition for the Homeless is a non-profit organization in the District of Columbia that provides specialized transitional housing assistance, permanent housing at two locations for individuals an...

Number of Services: 9

Collaborative Solutions for Communities (CSC)

A community organization in DC providing numerous services to help families ranging from parenting skills, to housing services, to youth sports.

Number of Services: 11

Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind

Since 1900, Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind has been dedicated to helping the blind or visually impaired population of the greater Washington region overcome the challenges of vision loss. Our work...

Number of Services: 4

Columbus Community Legal Services

Columbus Community Legal Services (CCLS) is dedicated to representing low-income clients in a wide variety of civil matters. CCLS provides free, high-quality legal services to individuals and families...

Number of Services: 1

Commodity Supplemental Food Program

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income elderly persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods.

Number of Services: 1

Community Action Group

CAG is a non-profit organization that serves the Capitol Hill community and D.C. residents with specialized holistic programs and activities which help disenfranchised residents and adds richness to t...

Number of Services: 3

Community Connections, Inc.

Community Connections provides comprehensive mental health services to children, youth, families and adults in the District of Columbia including individualized treatment planning, network resource d...

Number of Services: 7

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