The Housing Resource Center (HRC) is the hub of DASH’s efforts to prevent homelessness among domestic and sexual violence survivors. The HRC facilitates a weekly walk-in center for survivors seeking information, support, and services. The HRC invites men, women, and families, including the elderly, immigrants, and LGBTQ+ communities in the national capital region.
The HRC is currently available once a week on Wednesdays, but not less than twice a month between the hours of 1pm –4pm. We are here for you and are available to continue providing safe housing resources, safety planning, and connections to community resources. Микрозайм онлайн.
To reach our Advocates, please call us at 202-290-2356 ext. 101. We are here to help: Monday through Friday / 9:00am to 5:00pm.
For Families Experiencing Homelessness due to Domestic Violence, please contact: Phone Number: (202) 526-0017 / Email: VW@dashdc.org
- Re-establishing financial and housing independence.
- Resources for finding new housing.
- Dealing with housing discrimination.
- Changing or terminating a lease.
- Resources for changing or leaving a dangerous housing situation.
Services Available: DASH works collaboratively with families at the Virginia Williams Resource Center to prevent homelessness by exploring ways to keep survivors housed, helping them to identify housing options.
- Advocacy for short term (emergency) and long-term housing to families in crisis.
The amount of housing options in the DC Metro Area can be overwhelming – take a look at the following lists of resources to see what best fits your situation. If you have questions or concerns contact our advocates.
For survivors, staying home during the pandemic may not be the safest option. Advocates are here for you, 24/7, at the Hotline.
Call 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 for TTY, or if you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org to chat to an Advocate.