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Domestic Violence & Employment

Non-Legal Resources

  • Answers Please Call Center

    The 211 Answers, Please! program links residents of the District of Columbia with a network of government and community social service providers. 211 Answers, Please! specializes in referrals that meet essential human needs for food, shelter, financial assistance, and healthcare. DC residents may access information 24-hours a day, seven days a week, by dialing our 211 Answers, Please! call center at (202) 463-6211. Read More

  • Behavioral Health Services, Catholic Charities

    Behavioral Health Services provides comprehensive support for adults and children with mental illness or behavioral disorders. Programs focus on diagnosis and management, and then move adults to secure employment, education and independence. Read More

  • Coronavirus: Survivors & the Workplace

    For some survivors of domestic violence, going to work or school can provide a safe haven and respite from the abuse experienced at home or in interpersonal and familial relationships. And the added stress of close quarters created by social distancing measures may indeed exacerbate violence experienced at home. Content Detail

    Workplaces Respond
  • D.C. Rape Crisis Center

    The Center's services include: a 24-hour hotline, group and individual counseling services for rape and incest survivors and their families and friends, a companion program to accompany survivors to hospitals, courts and police proceedings, low-cost self-defense classes, a growing library, training for professionals working with survivors and a wide array of community education programs including "Staying Safe" classes for children of all ages within the D.C. public school system. Read More


    A listing of thousands of health and human services programs available to assist you. Content Detail

    Nonprofit Roundtable