In 2021, three families, including 5 adults and 5 children, received shelter and supportive services in handicap-accessible, apartment-style shelter units.
Everyone Home DC provides case management services to families during their ADA accessible shelter stay, and assists a transition into permanent housing.
In conjunction with the Department of Human Services, we operate four ADA accessible, apartment style, shelter units for families in in Northeast and Southeast DC. Everyone Home DC provides case management services to families during their shelter stay, and assists them transition into permanent housing. Referrals for our ADA Accessible Shelter Units come from the Department of Human Services.
If you know a family encountering a housing crisis that they cannot resolve on their own, they can access homelessness prevention advice and program assistance referrals exclusively through the Virginia Williams Family Resource Center (920 Rhode Island Ave NE, Washington, DC 20018 | (202)-526-0017), the central intake for DC’s coordinated homelessness assistance system for families.