Families in Everyone Home DC’s permanent supportive housing program receive subsidized housing along with intensive case management services, regular home visits, and workshops in order to maintain long-term stability.
In 2021, Family Permanent Supportive Housing Program served 30 families (34 adults and 46 children) in need of long-term support.
Everyone Home DC’s Permanent Supportive Housing is designed to provide permanent housing and supportive services for 30 families in Washington, DC. The families in our Permanent Supportive Housing Program live in scattered site apartments, throughout the city, and pay a portion of their income towards their monthly rent.
We provide ongoing resources so our families have the opportunity to experience stability, and lead healthy, fulfilling and productive lives. Families in our permanent supportive housing program receive subsidized housing along with intensive case management services, regular home visits, and workshops in order to maintain long-term stability. Referrals for Everyone Home DC’s Permanent Supportive Housing Program come from The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness.
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.