PASS helps DC youth who are committing truancy, running away, violating curfew, exhibiting extreme disobedience, or are engaged in other illegal behaviors.
Serving to transition District of Columbia Refugees from dependency or on public assistance to self-sufficiency.
The Homeless Services Program oversees the provision of homeless services to individuals and families in the District of Columbia.
PSHP provides housing and services to families and individuals experiencing homelessness toward housing stabilization, self-sufficiency and a better quality of life.
The Strong Family Program strives to strengthen the individual and family unit, foster healthy development and help address the issues that create ongoing challenges for District residents.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) - formerly known as the "Food Stamps" program - helps low-income residents and families buy the food they need for good health.
An assessment of each Teen Parent's situation will be completed, and services will be provided to the extent possible.
TANF provides cash assistance and work to needy District families with dependent children.
The District's temporary shelters, also known as short-term shelters, are often open 24 hours a day. Temporary shelter programs offer various onsite services for both families and individuals.
Transitional housing is longer-term housing that provides intensive support services, geared toward increasing a household’s self-sufficiency and helping it move towards permanency.
The Veteran’s Affairs Supportive Housing Program provides housing to veterans who are DC residents, chronically homeless, eligible for VASH and considered vulnerable.