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  • Center City Community Corporation

    This program assists residents through counseling and with referrals in housing, basic adult education, employment and service to senior citizens. A youth program is also included. Clothing (limited supply) and food banks are sometimes available. Read More

  • Community Relations Services, U.S. Department of Justice

    This service conciliates and mediates with parties that experience discriminatory practices based on race, ethnic group, or national origin. It provides assistance primarily to communities. Disputes may involve the use of excessive force by police or correctional institutions, community relations, school desegregation/disputes, employment, housing, transportation, health, environment, revenue sharing, and recreation. Read More

  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Washington Field Office

    The Commission investigates complaints of discrimination in the workplace regarding sex, age, race, religion, and place of national origin. It will investigate allegations of unequal pay, sexual harassment, discrimination in hiring, firing, promotion, and conditions of employment under Title VII. Read More

  • Latin American Youth Center

    Founded in 1974, the Latin American Youth Center serves multicultural youth with a comprehensive set of social services and educational, work skills, advocacy programs and residential programs. Read More

  • Strive D.C., Inc.

    Serves unemployed men, women, and youth in District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. It was established to assist hard to serve individuals obtain the skills needed to get and keep a job. The services offered are Job Training Readiness, STRIVE For Success (SFS) fast-track GED program, and Career Gear, provides professional clothing to men seeking work. Read More


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