Every winter, homeless people die on the streets and in the parks in DC. Here are some resources that you can use to help keep our homeless neighbors safe. Hypothermia Hotline: If you see a homeless person who is inadequately protected ...

Homeless Families Series Part 2: How Will Homeless Families Fare This Winter? Homeless Families Series Part 1: Why is Family Homelessness Rising? Because of public-private partnerships, and the vision of nonprofit organizations such as ...

For several years, the District provided DC-contracted shelter to families only on nights when the temperature or wind chill fell to 32 degrees or below. That restrictive policy left many families living in vehicles or stairways or ...

This is the first in a three-part series exploring the causes of family homelessness, plans to shelter homeless families this winter, and ways to help. “What’s going on?” It seems that every winter, we hear in the media that ...

Suppose you live in Washington, DC, and although you and your spouse work at several part-time jobs, your gross household income for a family of four is $32,250 or less. For many years, you had a choice among thousands of rental units ...

As the weather turns dangerously hot, those who are living and sleeping on the streets of our nation’s capital are at increased risk of hyperthermia. Here are three ways that you can help keep our homeless neighbors safe. 1. ...

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