Permanent Housing

Whether you are applying for public housing, looking for a safer neighborhood or need help paying for rent the DASH Housing Resource Center is here to help. Check out the resources below for support finding permanent housing. If you have questions or concerns please contact the community housing advocates or drop into the Housing Resource Center.

Permanent Supportive Housing Resources

NEW ENDEAVORS BY WOMEN- NEW HORIZONS

Address: 3749 1ST St, SE, Washington DC 20032
Phone: 202.561.1010
Webwww.newendeavorsbywomen.org

Population Served: Survivors of domestic violence and their families.

Services: Permanent housing; case management; access to educational and employment specialist; support groups.

Admission Process: Must be referred by an outside social service agency, a telephone screening will be conducted with the referring agency as well as a face-to-face interview with perspective resident(s).

Eligibility Requirements: Homeless adult women must have one or a combination of the following: a history of substance addiction, domestic violence, minor mental health diagnosis, and/or diagnosis of HIV/AIDS.

NEW ENDEAVORS BY WOMEN- NEW HOPE

Address: 3723 2nd Street SE, Washington, DC 20032
Phone: 202.561.0606
Webwww.newendeavorsbywomen.org

Population Served: Single adult women; HIV positive.

Services: Long term housing to meet needs of women living with HIV/AIDS

Admission Process: Must be referred by an outside social service agency, a telephone screening will be conducted with the referring agency as well as a face-to-face interview with perspective resident(s).

Eligibility Requirements: Homeless single adult women living with HIV/AIDS.

NEW ENDEAVORS BY WOMEN- SHELTER PLUS CARE (S+C)

Address: 611 N Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202.682.5825
Webwww.newendeavorsbywomen.org

Population Served: Homeless women and/or families

Services: Private subsidized apartments; supportive services to women and their children; case management.

Admission Process: Must be referred by The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness (TCP) and a face-to-face interview will be conducted with perspective resident(s) and New Endeavors by Women S+C Case Manager.

Eligibility Requirements: Homeless adult women must have history of substance addiction and must be sober for a minimum of 3 months; may possess minor mental health diagnosis (medication compliant) and/or minor medical disabilities.

SO OTHERS MIGHT EAT (SOME) – ANNA COOPER HOUSE

Address: 1338 R Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009
Phone: 202.328.6644
Fax: 202.667.5475
Webwww.some.org

Population Served: Single women; single men.

Services: Long-term housing (50 single room occupancy (SROs) units).

Admission Process: Self referrals are accepted.

Applicants should call and speak with the Service Coordinator to set up a telephone interview. After a brief telephone interview an in-person interview is conducted. If applicants meet the eligibility requirements and all necessary documentation is provided, they will be added to the wait list until space becomes available. On the day of move-in, they must complete a drug test.

Eligibility Requirements: Must be drug and alcohol free and have: proof of income, birth certificate, social security card, TB test results, photo ID, and police background check. Must be able to live independently and have a receipt of submission of Section 8 application. If applicants are in recovery, they must have proof of 6 months clean-time.

Wheelchair Accessible: No.

SO OTHERS MIGHT EAT (SOME) – JEREMIAH HOUSE 2

Address: 18th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
Phone: 202.292.4401
Fax: 202.546.9560
Webwww.some.org

Population Served: Single men; single women.

Services: Long-term housing (94 SRO’s).

Admission Process: Self referrals are accepted. Applicants should call and speak with the Service Coordinator to set up a telephone interview. After a brief telephone interview an in-person interview is conducted. If applicants meet the eligibility requirements and all necessary documentation is provided, they will be added to the wait list until space becomes available.

Eligibility Requirements: Must be drug and alcohol free and have: proof of income, birth certificate, social security card, TB test results, photo ID, and police background check. Must be able to live independently and have a receipt of submission of Section 8 application. If applicants are in recovery, they must have proof of 6 months clean-time.

Wheelchair Accessible: No.

SO OTHERS MIGHT EAT (SOME) – SHALOM HOUSE

Address: 1876 Fourth Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
Phone: 202.832.3451
Fax: 202.832.3454
Web: www.some.org

Population Served: Single men; single women.

Services: Long-term housing (94 SRO).

Admission Process: Self referrals are accepted. A telephone interview is required to determine eligibility. Once preliminary interview is passed, and all documents are received, a face to face interview is scheduled, followed by a staffing board interview to determine eligibility. If applicant is deemed eligible, they are placed on waiting list.

Eligibility Requirements: Must be drug and alcohol free; must have a proof of income, birth certificate, social security card, TB test results, and photo ID. Must be able to live independently and have a receipt of submission of Section 8 application. If applicants are in recovery, they must have proof of 6 months clean-time.

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes.