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Catholic Charities DC

Office Hours (9am-5pm, M-F), By Appointment

924 G St. NW, Washington, DC, 20001


Catholic Charities is the social ministry outreach of the Archdiocese of Washington. Motivated by the Gospel message of Jesus Christ, and guided by Catholic social and moral teaching, Catholic Charities strengthens the lives of all in need by giving help that empowers and hope that lasts. To this end we affirm and support the dignity of all human life, strengthen families and serve the poor and most vulnerable.

Child & Adolescent Protection Center

Emergency, By Appointment

111 Michigan Ave., Washington, DC 20010


The Center's team of medical professionals provides comprehensive examinations (conducted by pediatricians and nurses who specialize in forensic issues), treatment of sexually transmitted diseases or injuries, and trauma counseling for child victims of all forms of maltreatment (provided by psychologists and clinical social workers who specialize in childhood trauma and abuse).

Children’s Law Center

Office Hours (9am-5pm, M-F)

616 H Street NW, Suite 300, District of Columbia, 20002


Children’s Law Center fights so every DC child can grow up with a loving family, good health and a quality education. With 100 staff and hundreds of pro bono lawyers, Children’s Law Center reaches 1 out of every 9 children in DC’s poorest neighborhoods – more than 5,000 children and families each year. Children's Law Center attorney's represents children's best interest in child welfare and custody proceedings and caregivers in custody, housing and education proceedings. Children's Law Center also has a policy team that advocates locally for changes that will bolster the health, education, and safety of children and families.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) For Children of DC

Office Hours (9am-5pm, M-F)

515 M Street SE, Suite 201, Washington, DC 20003


Our mission is to promote court appointed volunteer advocacy so that every abused and neglected child in the DC foster care system can be safe, establish permanence and have the opportunity to thrive. This mission is carried out through the recruitment, training and support of volunteer advocates (CASA volunteers) who serve youth in DC.

Courtney’s House


P.O. Box 48626 Washington, DC, 20002


Courtney's is a survivor run anti-sex trafficking program that focuses on males and females 12-21yrs in the DCDMV area, this is a drop in center not housing.

Covenant House

24 Hours

2001 Mississippi Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20020


To break the cycle of chronic adult homelessness and bridge the gap of support in the lives of our youth, Covenant House has developed three core services known as our Continuum of Care: Street Outreach, Crisis Care, and Rights of Passage.

These core services are comprised of a wide array of in-house training programs, including healthcare, educational support, GED preparation, job readiness and skills training, drug abuse treatment and prevention, legal services, mental health services, the Mother/Child program, life skills training, and aftercare. These programs are designed to provide our youth with a holistic approach to leaving the streets and achieving independence.

Creative Ways Therapy

1443 Euclid St., NW


DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA)

Office Hours (9am-5pm, M-F), 24 Hours

200 I St. SE, Washington, DC 20003


A Title IV-E Child Welfare Agency in the District of Columbia managing prevention, foster care, in-home and adoption services.

DC Crime Victim’s Compensation Program

Office Hours (9am-5pm, M-F)

Court Building A, 515 5th St., Suite 109, Washington, DC 20001


The Crime Victims Compensation Program is funded by fines and fees paid to the DC Courts. Monies are used to compensate victims for out of pocket crime-related expenses for: medical treatment and medications; mental health counseling; funeral and burial costs; loss of wages; cleaning of a crime scene; replacement of value of clothing held as evidence; reimbursement for car rental while vehicle is being held as evidence; temporary emergency shelter where necessary for the health and safety of the victim; and home security for the safety of the victim.

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