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Restoring hope and dignity one person at a time.

SOME has served the district's poor and homeless residents for 44 years.

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New Affordable Housing for Families

SOME recently dedicated its newest affordable housing program for families, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building. The property opens on the heels of a report that homelessness increased by 25% among District families between 2013 and 2014.
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Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger

Looking for a way to help the hungry and homeless this Thanksgiving? Sign up for the 13th Annual Trot for Hunger. DC’s only turkey trot, the 5K Trot for Hunger is a timed run and family fun walk that benefits SOME’s services for the poor and homeless in our nation’s capital.
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Building Hope Capital Campaign

SOME is creating a 300,000 square foot green building where poor and homeless Washingtonians can access affordable housing, job training and health care.  It will be the first facility in the District to combine these services in a single location.
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  • Scott
    • Jordan House Alumnus

    “I found 60 O Street – Behavioral Health Services. And within a matter of hours, I went from homeless to having a place to stay. You literally, literally, saved my life.”

  • Stephen
    • Chabraja House Resident

    “They don’t just put band aids on your problems ̶ they help you solve ‘em. And they don’t solve ‘em for you, but they give you the tools to learn how to solve ‘em for yourself. I have a future. And I have dreams that have come alive now since I’ve been clean.”

  • Stephanie
    • Barnaby House Resident

    “Once I got to Barnaby House I just kind of flourished. I said I was going clean up my credit, and I said I was going to lose 25 pounds, and I said I was going to pay two months of rent up. And I did that in six months. Me and my son, we just feel very happy when we come to Barnaby house. Life is very good.”