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Virginia Williams Family Resource Center Relocates
The Virginia Williams Family Resource Center relocated from 920 Rhode Island Avenue, NE to 33 N Street, NE. The move provides an opportunity for DHS to better serve the District's homeless families by co-locating several critical services, Homeless Services, TANF Assistance and Child Care Services, all within one service location.
The Virginia Williams Family Resource Center is an integrated service center for families living in the District of Columbia. Families who are experiencing housing instability can visit Virginia Williams to apply for…
- Emergency Rental Assistance
- Housing Resources
- Temporary Shelter
- Community Resources
- Food Stamps
- Childcare Subsidy for families working on their TANF goals.
Hypothermia Season: November 1st through March 31st
The Virginia Williams Family Resource Center also functions as a warming location during the Hypothermia Season. If you or someone you know is in need of Emergency Shelter, please call the Hypothermia/Hyperthermia Hotline, available 24 hours a day: 1 (800) 535-7252.
The new location remains accessible to the NOMA-Gallaudet (New York Avenue) METRO rail station via the Red Line. Customers may also take the P6 METRO Bus from the Rhode Island METRO Rail Station in the direction of Anacostia to North Capitol Street and New York Avenue, NW, and walk .08 miles East to 33 N Street, NE.