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DC Department of Human Services

Network of DC shelters

DC Dept. of Behavioral Health – Homeless Outreach Program (HOP)

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

1905 E St. SE, Bldg 14, Washington, 20003


HOP helps individuals experiencing homelessness who are temporarily or chronically homeless get off the streets and into safe, decent housing where they can get the support they need.

DC Rape Crisis Center

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

5321 First Place NE Washington, D.C. 20011


Re-imagining a world without rape powering a culture of consent.

DC Stop Modern Slavery

PO Box 66462, Washington DC, 20035

Works within the community to educate and raise awareness on human trafficking.

District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH)

Housing Clinic: 400 I St SW, Washington, DC; Mailing: P.O. Box 91730, Washington, DC 20090-1730

202-462-3274 (x104)

DASH is an innovator in providing access to safe housing and services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their families as they rebuild their lives on their own terms.


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

555 4th St. NW, Washington, DC, 20530


Conduct Sex/DV, Violent Crime and Fraud cases. Deputized with US Marshals and participate in multijurisdictional cases, as well as work with Federal and Local Law Enforcement Agencies.

FAIR Girls

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

2021 L St. NW, #101-254, Washington DC, 20036


FAIR Girls’ mission is to end human trafficking one life at a time through survivor-centered and trauma-informed direct services, prevention education and advocacy. FAIR Girls’ programs take a three-pronged approach to addressing human trafficking in our communities: (1) providing intensive and comprehensive trauma informed case management, mentorship and advocacy through for court-involved youth in the HOPE Court program, economic and educational empowerment programming at our safe and confidential Drop in Center and emergency and transitional housing services for survivors of trafficking and CSEC; (2) ensuring increased knowledge of members of the community, including youth, regarding human trafficking and CSEC which leads to earlier identification of victims and enhancement of trauma-informed care; and (3) advocating for survivor-centered policies and laws that create pathways to justice and reduce barriers to stabilization and restoration.

HER Resiliency Center

24 Hours, By Appointment

5614 Connecticut Ave NW #164, Washington, DC 20015


HER Resiliency Center is a non-profit organization that helps vulnerable young women ages 18 to 25 with the support, skills, and resources they need to make positive decisions and thrive. Through mentoring, workshops, and the support of dedicated and highly trained staff, HER gives young women a path to independence and a different life.


906 H Street NE, Washington, DC 20002


To promote the health, rights, and dignity of individuals and communities impacted by sexual exchange and/or drug use due to choice, coercion, or circumstance

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