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Non-Legal Resources

  • Stay DC

    STAY DC is a financial assistance program for D.C. renters and housing providers who are looking for support to cover housing and utility expenses and offset the loss of income. Apply today to receive money you can use to help you pay for your rent, gas, water, and electricity. Read More

  • 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

  • Change, Inc.

    Change, Inc. provides assistance in finding affordable housing as well as temporary shelter, employment readiness training, and referrals for emergency food, clothing bank, and shelter. Read More

  • Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP)

    The Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) helps low-income District residents who face housing emergencies. A housing emergency occurs when immediate action is needed to avoid homelessness, to re-establish a home, or to prevent eviction from a home. Read More

    DC Department of Human Services
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    Spanish / Español
  • Housing Counseling Services, Inc.

    Housing Counseling Services provides counseling to tenants who are facing eviction or are delinquent in rent payments and to home owners who are facing default or are delinquent in mortgage payments. It provides Emergency Rental Assistance funding to qualified applicants (see attached file for information on how and where to apply). It offers pre-purchasing counseling, budget and financial counseling, and home rehabilitation counseling. It assists consumers by citing appropriate laws and regulations and by providing referrals. A certified housing counselor is available to assist with related problems. Read More

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    Spanish / Español
  • Housing Resource Center

    The DHCD Housing Resource Center provides a FREE listing service that provides easy access to information about housing opportunities within the District of Columbia. Read More

    Department of Housing and Community Development
  • Kuehner Place for Abused and Neglected Elderly

    This is a program of the D.C. Office on Aging and SOME (So Others Might Eat). The shelter is for those elderly persons who have suffered some form of abuse or who are at risk in the community. There are multiple services offered, including meals. Read More

  • Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division D.C. Superior Court

    The Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division (Multi-Door) helps parties settle disputes through mediation and other types of appropriate dispute resolution (ADR), including arbitration, case evaluation and conciliation. Read More

  • Office on Latino Affairs, Office of the Mayor, DC Government

    The mission of the Office on Latino Affairs is to improve the quality of life of the District's Latino population by providing community-based grants, advocacy, community relations and outreach services to residents so they can have access to a full range of health, education, housing, economic development and employment services. Read More