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SOME - Harvest House

Transitional Housing
Washington, DC
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71 O Street NW
Washington, DC - 20001

(202) 797-8806 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one web@some.org Website Go to Facebook

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About SOME - Harvest House

Last-Modified: 2020-03-20 03:17:43

Harvest House operates a 120 day transitional-housing and job-readiness program for homeless women who are recovering from addictions. Eligibility - Adult women, recovering from addictions, willing and able to work Flat Fee (based on percentage of income)

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

Mission Statement: SOME (So Others Might Eat) is an interfaith, community-based organization that exists to help the poor and homeless of our nation's capital. We meet the immediate daily needs of the people we serve with food, clothing, and healthcare. We help break the cycle of homelessness by offering services, such as affordable housing, job training, addiction treatment, and counseling, to the poor, the elderly, and individuals with mental illness. Each day, SOME is restoring hope and dignity one person at a time. We invite you to join us.

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