Strong Families Program (SFP)

Organization: DC Department of Human Services (DHS)

The Strong Families Program (SFP) Division is a prevention/early intervention support program for District of Columbia residents located within the Department of Human Services, Family Services Administration. SFP is structured to
help vulnerable individuals and families, citywide, who are in crisis and experiencing multiple, complex challenges that
may lead to individual or family disintegration or separation.

Services received by SFP are voluntary and designed to provide vulnerable individuals and families with emergency
assistance to address immediate, short-term needs, while providing ongoing supports to address many of their critical,
long-standing challenges.
Service Category: Care Counseling
Application: The Strong Families Program is located at 64 New York Ave, NE. Washington, DC. For more information, please call the general information number at (202) 698-4293. If you are seeking help for yourself or family, or you know of anyone that may benefit from the services provided by the Program, please call SFP Intake at: (202) 698-4293.

DHS Main Office
64 New York Avenue NE, 6th Floor Washington DC 20002

(202) 671-4200