Seniors outside of Kuehner House, where the SOME senior center is located.

SOME Seniors Use Their Voice

During an advocacy session at SOME’s Senior Center, the seniors all zeroed in on one thing that would make their lives better— a stoplight or signage that would increase safety as they crossed Good Hope Road from Kuehner House.
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Mark and Don, longtime members of SOME's Isaiah House community

Community at Isaiah House

SOME’s Isaiah House is a therapeutic day program that provides a support for men and women who have been impacted by both homelessness and severe and persistent mental illness. Long-time Isaiah House members, Mark and Don, talk about how their experiences in Isaiah House and SOME changed their lives.
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Rendering of SOME's new affordable family housing project, Spring Road. Credit: Miner Feinstein Architects

Family Housing at Spring Road

SOME is proud to be bringing 37 units of affordable housing to Columbia Heights for homeless and extremely low-income families. The Spring Road Project brings us ever closer to our goal of completing 1,000 units of affordable housing in the District.
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Our Impact

SOME’s hallmark continuum of care serves to alleviate suffering and foster self-sufficiency among the people we serve. The programs in our continuum are organized into three levels: emergency programs that meet acute needs; rebuilding programs that address the underlying causes of homelessness and poverty; and stability programs that facilitate the maintenance of health, sobriety and income gained through the first two levels of programs. Clients may access several programs simultaneously and/or transition through services along a continuum. Our 2016 Impact>

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