DHS Washington DC Transitional Shelter

Transitional Housing
Washington, DC
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64 New York Avenue NE, 6th Floor
Washington, DC - 20002

(202) 671-4200 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. dhs@dc.gov Website Go to Facebook

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About DHS Washington DC Transitional Shelter

Last-Modified: 2020-04-01 18:02:01

Transitional housing is longer-term housing, usually for less than two years, that provides intensive support services, geared toward increasing a household’s self-sufficiency and helping it move towards permanency, often specializing in particular areas of client needs.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: The mission of the D.C. Department of Human Services is to empower every District resident to reach their full potential by providing meaningful connections to work opportunities, economic assistance and supportive services.

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