Addiction Treatment


Addiction Treatment

SOME provides comprehensive outpatient and residential treatment that empowers homeless men and women to break the bonds of addiction, reunite with their families and rejoin their communities.

Our Comprehensive Addiction Treatment Program includes
Residential Treatment, Transitional Housing and Continuing Care, designed to provide a solid foundation for recovery.

With SOME’s support, individuals are able to address and overcome the root causes of their addictions, and to build healthy and productive lives. We recognize that healing is a life-long journey, and we offer the women and men we serve the resources and support that they need to maintain their sobriety and stability.

Access Services

60 O Street, NW
Walk-ins 8:00am to 11:00am
Monday – Friday
For more information, call
202.797.8806, ext. 1116 or 1032

Pre-residential/Assessment Phase
Holistic evaluation/assessment and treatment of substance use disorder (outpatient and intensive outpatient).


Assessment also covers psychiatric issues, medical problems and urgent dental issues. Following Assessment, many clients who are without a safe place to stay are temporarily housed at Kirwan House, a “Safe House” for homeless men and women who are waiting to be placed in our residential addiction treatment programs.


Residential Treatment
Located in the mountains of West Virginia for adults who are homeless and District of Columbia residents who are assessed as needing this level of care. SOME operates two residential treatment facilities: Exodus House and Maya Angelou House.

Transitional Housing
Located in the District, SOME’s Harvest House for women and Leland Place for men provide on-site case management and 24-hour staffing, with a focus on obtaining income through employment or entitlements, developing a network of supports, securing permanent housing, etc.

Continuing Care
After-Care Outpatient Treatment is provided during and following transitional housing so that support and assistance is provided through each phase of recovery.

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