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4604 Sargent Rd Ne
Washington, DC - 20017
(HFF) outreach and family support service center purpose is the persistent use of proactive, holistic and practical approaches to eliminate barriers and supporting families in their environment. We offer community solutions that maintain the integrity of the family and provide dedicated service with high levels of accountability and substance as the driving force in developing and completing goalsGo To Details Page For More Information
Damien Ministries is a faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to serving the "poorest of the poor" living with HIV/AIDS by providing case management, food bank services, pastoral care and counseling, transitional housing, and spiritual retreat programs.Go To Details Page For More Information
Besides providing meals, the Dinner Program sought to specifically address the lack of safe places for homeless women during their vulnerable evening hours. Over time, DPHW incorporated supplemental social services that attended to our clients? many needs and addressed the root causes of their homelessness. In 1998, we began serving morning meals to homeless men as well as women, and in 2007, we iGo To Details Page For More Information
While not a food pantry or soup kitchen DC Central Kitchen does prepare and distribute meals to many partner agencies, which can be found at: http://www.dccentralkitchen.org/mealdistributionagencies/ Their First Helping program is a mobile outreach team that provides breakfast every morning directly to DC's homeless and low-income individuals at several locations.Go To Details Page For More Information
Working with the USDA, CAFB distributes food each month through their Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) directly to eligible individuals and families in Arlington, Langley Park and Northeast D.C. communities. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details. Senior citizens residing in low-income housing can receive monthly bags of food aGo To Details Page For More Information