Restoring hope and dignity one person at a time.

SOME has served the District's poor and homeless residents for 45 years.

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New Program for Mothers and Children

SOME is opening Thea Bowman House for Women and Children, a new program that will enable homeless and low-income mothers to access inpatient addiction treatment without being separated from their children.
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Summer Camp

Send SOME Kids to Camp on Do More 24

Please join SOME’s Do More 24 Campaign to Send SOME Kids to Camp! On June 4, we hope to raise $20,000 to send 25 formerly homeless kids to the camps of their dreams, plus provide SOME’s popular two-week SOME Place for Kids Camp.
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Building Hope Capital Campaign

SOME is creating a 320,000 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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Success Stories


“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.”

Read more about Scott and others who benefited from SOME’s services