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 has opened Thea Bowman House for Women and Children, our new program where homeless and low-income mothers can access inpatient addiction treatment without being separated from their children.
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Washington Post Top Workplaces

SOME a Washington Post Top Workplace

SOME is honored to be a 2015 Washington Post Top Workplace. Surveys of over 50,000 area employees were used to select the top employers. SOME ranked as the #4 Top Midsize Workplace and also received a Standout Award for Purposeful Work.
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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

Sam

Sam became homeless after fleeing an abusive environment. Living in a shelter, he came to SOME for help and began a remarkable journey back to hope and independence.

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