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					Resource                       Organization




                               The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Advocacy Organizations         (LLS)




Aftercare                      Cleaning for a Reason




Breast Forms and Accessories   Alliance Convalescent & Surgical Supply




Breast Forms and Accessories   American Cancer Society - Vienna




Breast Forms and Accessories   American Cancer Society - DC




Breast Forms and Accessories   American Home Medical Inc

Breast Forms and Accessories   Convalescent Aids Inc, Center Pharmacy
Breast Forms and Accessories   American Cancer Society - Silver Spring




Breast Forms and Accessories   Cheryl's Health Boutique




Breast Forms and Accessories   Grubb's CARE Pharmacy




Breast Forms and Accessories   Hanger Orthopedic Group Inc




Breast Forms and Accessories   District Orthopedic Appliances




Breast Forms and Accessories   Lady M Mastectomy Boutique




Breast Forms and Accessories   Foer’s Pharmacy




Breast Forms and Accessories   Lawson Surgical Supplies
Breast Forms and Accessories   Lawson Surgical Supplies


Breast Forms and Accessories   Laurel Orthopedic & Medical Supplies




Breast Forms and Accessories   New Image by Fran Mastectomy Salon




Breast Forms and Accessories   Morton's Care Drug Center




Breast Forms and Accessories   Springfield Support Center




Breast Forms and Accessories   Neighbor Care




Breast Forms and Accessories   Twins CARE Pharmacy




Breast Forms and Accessories   Women's Health Boutique




                               New Hampshire Pharmacy & Medical
Breast Forms and Accessories   Equipment
                               New Hampshire Pharmacy & Medical
Breast Forms and Accessories   Equipment




Breast Forms and Accessories   The Medical House




Breast Forms and Accessories   Omega Medical Devices



                               Eldercare Locator (US Dept of HHS
Caregiver Assistance           Admin on Aging)




Caregiver Assistance           Family Caregiver Alliance




Caregiver Assistance           DC Caregiver Institute




                               Iona Eldercare Consultating and Care
Caregiver Assistance           Management



Caregiver Assistance           Well Spouse Association




                               National Association for Home Care and
Caregiver Assistance           Hospice
                       National Association for Home Care and
Caregiver Assistance   Hospice




Caregiver Assistance   National Family Caregivers Association




                       National Coalition for Cancer
Caregiver Assistance   Survivorship




Clinical Trials        Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups




Clinical Trials        ClinicalTrials.gov




Clinical Trials        American Cancer Society




Clinical Trials        CenterWatch
Clinical Trials        National Childhood Cancer Foundation




Clinical Trials        National Cancer Institute




Combination Services   Christ House




                       N Street Village / Bethany Women's
Combination Services   Center




Combination Services   Hermano Pedro Day Shelter
                       The Welcome Table

                       The Church of the Epiphany

                       1317 G St., NW Washington, DC 20005



Combination Services




Combination Services   Spanish Catholic Center




Combination Services   Carl Vouge Center




Combination Services   Coalition For The Homeless




Combination Services   Community Family Life Services
                       East of the River Family Strengthening
Combination Services   Collaborative




                       Far Southeast Family Strengthening
Combination Services   Collaborative




Combination Services   IONA Senior Service Center




Combination Services   The Shepherd's Table




Combination Services   A Wider Circle
Combination Services   A Wider Circle




Combination Services   The Family Place




                       Mary's Center for Maternal and Child
Combination Services   Care




Combination Services   Emmaus Services for the Aging




Combination Services   Mental Health Association




Combination Services   Seabury Resources for Aging
                       Arlington-Alexandria Coalition for the
Combination Services   Homeless




Combination Services   Sasha Bruce Youthwork, Inc




Combination Services   Samaritans inns




                       Y-ME National Breast Cancer
Combination Services   Organization




Combination Services   CancerCare
Combination Services   CancerCare




Combination Services   Patient Advocate Foundation




Combination Services   Mautner Project




Combination Services   All Faith Consortium




Combination Services   Anacostia Community Outreach




Combination Services   Capitol Hill Group Ministries
Combination Services   Change, Inc.




                       Columbia Heights / Shaw Family Support
Combination Services   Collaborative




                       Marshall Heights Community
                       Development Organization, Inc.
Combination Services   (MHCDO)
                       Marshall Heights Community
                       Development Organization, Inc.
Combination Services   (MHCDO)




                       National Caucus and Center on Black
Combination Services   Aged, Inc.




Combination Services   North Capitol Collaborative




Combination Services   United Planning Organization




Combination Services   Shiloh Baptist Church- Family Life Center
Combination Services   Shiloh Baptist Church- Family Life Center

                       South Washington / West of the River
                       Family Strengthening Collaborative




Combination Services




Combination Services   District of Columbia's 211 telephone line




Combination Services   Greater Washington Urban League
Combination Services   LAYC




Combination Services   Emory Beacon of Light, Inc




Combination Services   Regional Addiction Prevention (RAP), Inc




Combination Services   Chronic Disease Fund




Combination Services   Linking A.R.M.S




Combination Services   Breast Cancer Care Foundation
Combination Services    Breast Cancer Care Foundation




Combination Services    African American Health Program




Combination Services    United Breast Cancer Foundation
                        Morton's Pharmacy
                        Breast Cancer Prosthetic Fitter




Educational Resources


Educational Resources   Total Image Care



                        Johns Hopkins Avon Foundation Breast
Educational Resources   Center
                        National Cancer Institute
                        U.S. National Institutes of Health



Educational Resources




Educational Resources   Black Women's Health Imperative




Educational Resources   Breast Cancer Coalition
Educational Resources   Breast Cancer Coalition




Educational Resources   Prevent Cancer Foundation




Educational Resources   Ovarian Cancer Research Fund




Educational Resources   Prostate Cancer Foundation




Educational Resources   National AIDS Fund




Educational Resources   United Against Lung Cancer


Educational Resources   Cancer Information Network




                        FORCE facing our risk of cancer
Educational Resources   empowered
                        FORCE facing our risk of cancer
Educational Resources   empowered




                        ZERO: The Project to End Prostate
Educational Resources   Cancer




Educational Resources   Us TOO International




Educational Resources   The Faces Project




Educational Resources   Ovarian Cancer National Alliance




                        Lungcancer.org is a program of
Educational Resources   CancerCare
                        Lungcancer.org is a program of
Educational Resources   CancerCare




Employment Rights       Patient Advocate Foundation


Employment Rights       Job Accommodation Network




Financial Assistance    American Breast Cancer Foundation




                        GW Breast Care Center Patient
Financial Assistance    Assistant Program
Financial Assistance    Cancer Support Foundation




Financial Assistance    Critters for the Cure
                        Hope Lodge
                        University of Maryland
                        Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum
                        Cancer Center
Financial Assistance




Financial Assistance    The Clarity Breast Cancer Foundation
Financial Assistance   DC Department of Health Care Finance

                       US Department of Health & Human
                       Services
                       Office of Family Assistance

                       Temporary Assistance for Needy
                       Families Program (TANF)

Financial Assistance   Administration for Children and Families




Food and Nutrition     Food & Friends




Food and Nutrition     Angel Food Ministries




Food and Nutrition     Bread For the City
                       FCBA Foundation;




Food and Nutrition
                     McKenna's Wagon: Mobile soup and
                     sandwich wagon
Food and Nutrition   Martha's Table




Food and Nutrition   Charlie's Place




Food and Nutrition   Dinner Program for Homeless Women




Food and Nutrition   So Others May Eat

                     Project of Healthy Affordable Food For
Food and Nutrition   All




Food and Nutrition   Calvary Episcopal Church
Food and Nutrition   Calvary Episcopal Church




Food and Nutrition   Church of the Pilgrims




Food and Nutrition   Kwanzaa Kitchen




Food and Nutrition   St. Matthew's Cathedral




Food and Nutrition   The Urban Prayer Breakfast




                     St. Stephen and the Incarnation
Food and Nutrition   Episcopal Church
                     St. Stephen and the Incarnation
Food and Nutrition   Episcopal Church




Food and Nutrition   St Martins of Tours Catholic Church




Food and Nutrition   Miriam's Kitchen




                     Meals On Wheels Association of
Food and Nutrition   America
                     Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Food and Nutrition   Proram (SNAP)




Food and Nutrition   Capital Area Food Bank




Food and Nutrition   DC Hunger Solutions




                     Self Help and Resource Exchange
Food and Nutrition   (SHARE)




Food and Nutrition   American Dietetics Association

Food and Nutrition   American Cancer Society

                     Abbott Laboratories, Ross Medical
Food and Nutrition   Nutritionals Patient Assistance Program
Food and Nutrition   Nestle Nutrition


                     Smith Farm Center for Healing and the
Food and Nutrition   Arts




Food and Nutrition   Bethesda Cares




Food and Nutrition   Commodity Supplemental Food Program




Food and Nutrition   Emmaus Services for the Aging




Food and Nutrition   Manna Food Center




Food and Nutrition   Food and Friends
Food and Nutrition   SHARE Food Network




Grief and Loss       Compassionate Friends




                     Doughy Center for Grieving Children &
Grief and Loss       Families




Grief and Loss       Growth House




Grief and Loss       KIDSAID


Grief and Loss       GriefNet.Org




Health Clinics       Christ House (Ward 1)
                     Children's National Medical Center -
                     Sheikh Zayed Campus for Advanced
Health Clinics       Children's Medicine (Ward 1)
                 Children's Health Center - Adams
                 Morgan
                 Dorchester House (Ward 1)

Health Clinics




Health Clinics   Children's Health Center - Shaw




Health Clinics   Columbia Road Health Services, Inc.




Health Clinics   La Clínica Del Pueblo




Health Clinics   Community of Hope Health Services




Health Clinics   Mary's Center for Maternal & Child Care
Health Clinics   Mary's Center for Maternal & Child Care




Hospice          Capital Hospice




                 The Washington Home & Community
Hospice          Hospices




Hospice          Montgomery Hospice Inc




Hospice          Hospice Foundation of America




                 National Hospice & Palliative Care
Hospice          Organization (NHPCO)
                               National Hospice & Palliative Care
Hospice                        Organization (NHPCO)




Hospice                        Joseph's House




                               The Washington Home & Community
Hospice                        Hospices




Hospice                        Hospice Foundation of America

Hospitals and Cancer Centers   NIH Clinical Care Center
                               Washington Hospital Center
                               Washington Cancer Institute (WCI)
                               Preventorium



Hospitals and Cancer Centers
                               Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
Hospitals and Cancer Centers   (LCCC)




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   MedStar Research Institute (MRI)




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Children's National Medical Center




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Howard University Hospital




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   George Washington University Hospital




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Howard University Cancer Center




                               George Washington University Cancer
Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Institute
                               George Washington University Cancer
Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Institute




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   National Rehabilitation Hospital




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Providence Hospital




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Georgetown University Hospital




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Sibley Memorial Hospital




                               Georgetown Uinersity Lombardi
Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Comprehensive Cancer Center
                               Veterans Affairs Medical Center- DC
                               Washington DC VA Medical Center
Hospitals and Cancer Centers




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Walter Reed Army Medical Center




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Washington Cancer Institute




Hospitals and Cancer Centers   Washington Hospital Center




                               Washington Elderly and Handicapped
Housing & Transportation       Transportation Services (WHETS)




Housing & Transportation       MetroAccess




                               American Cancer Society Road to
Housing & Transportation       Recovery
                           American Cancer Society Road to
Housing & Transportation   Recovery




                           Connect-a-Ride — Jewish Council on
Housing & Transportation   Agingfor Greater Washington




Housing & Transportation   The Mautner Project




Housing & Transportation   MARC




Housing & Transportation   Barney Neighborhood House




Housing & Transportation   Call ’N Ride

Housing & Transportation   Cancer Support Foundation




Housing & Transportation   Bethesda Help
Housing & Transportation   CASA de Maryland




Housing & Transportation   Damascus HELP




                           Prince George’s County
Housing & Transportation   Call-A-Bus




                           Call-A-Cab / Office of Transportation, PG
                           County Department of Public Works and
Housing & Transportation   Transportation




                           DC ADRC
                           District of Columbia Government
Housing & Transportation   Aging and Disability Resource Center




Housing & Transportation   Medical Transportation Management, Inc
Housing & Transportation   Medical Transportation Management, Inc




Housing & Transportation   AHC




Housing & Transportation   Open Door Shelter




                           CCNV Community for Creative Non-
Housing & Transportation   Violence




Housing & Transportation   Father McKenna Center




Housing & Transportation   Calvary Women's Services
Housing & Transportation   Calvary Women's Services




Housing & Transportation   House of Ruth




Housing & Transportation   Mi Casa INC




Housing & Transportation   Housing Counseling Services, Inc. (HCS)




Housing & Transportation   Landlord Tenant Resource Center
Housing & Transportation   Office of People's Counsel




Housing & Transportation   Transcend Services, Inc




                           WMATA Metro Reduced Fare Program
Housing & Transportation   for People with Disabilities




Insurance                  Patient Advocate Foundation




                           Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Insurance                  Services
            Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Insurance   Services




            Social Security Disability Insurance
Insurance   (SSDI)




Insurance   DC Healthcare Alliance




Insurance   Medicare Preventive




Insurance   DC Health Families




Insurance   Primary Adult Care Program (PAC)
Integrative medicine   Smith Farm Center




Integrative medicine   The Center for Mind-Body Medicine




                       George Washington University Medical
Integrative medicine   Center ; Center for Integrative Medicine




Integrative medicine   The Healing Mind




                       Office of Cancer Complementary and
Integrative medicine   Alternative Medicine




Integrative medicine   Cancer Support Community
Integrative medicine   American Holistic Medical Association




Integrative medicine   American Music Therapy Association




Integrative medicine   Commonweal




Integrative medicine   Yi Ping Hu (Acupuncture)




Integrative medicine   Wendt Center for Loss and Healing




Integrative medicine   National Integrative Health Associates
Job Training Opportunities   Dress for Success - Washington DC




Job Training Opportunities   Goodwill of Greater Washington




Job Training Opportunities   Jobs Have Priority (JHP, Inc.)




Job Training Opportunities   Jubilee Jobs




Job Training Opportunities   DC Central Kitchen




Job Training Opportunities   Gospel Rescue Ministry
Job Training Opportunities   Gospel Rescue Ministry




                             Action to Rehabilitate Community
Job Training Opportunities   Housing




Job Training Opportunities   Goodwill Industries International, Inc




Job Training Opportunities   VW Associates




                             Opportunities Industrialization Center of
Job Training Opportunities   Washington-OIC/DC




Job Training Opportunities   Academy of Hope
Job Training Opportunities   Academy of Hope




                             Center for Empowerment and
Job Training Opportunities   Employment Training (CEET)




Job Training Opportunities   Byte Back




Job Training Opportunities   Strive DC
Job Training Opportunities   Strive DC




                             LINC Legal Information Network for
Legal Resources              Cancer




Legal Resources              Legal Aid Society of DC
                             AARP District of Columbia
                             AARP Legal Counsel for the Elderly




Legal Resources




Legal Resources              Ayuda Inc.




Legal Resources              Neighborhood Legal Services Program

Legal Resources              LawHelp.org




Medications                  Cancer Medication Assistance Program
Medications   Cancer Medication Assistance Program




Medications   Chronic Disease Fund




Medications   NeedyMeds




Retreats      Camp Mak-A-Dream




Screening     Capital Breast Care Center
            STATE OF MARYLAND
            Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening
Screening   Program




Screening   Hopkins Breast Cancer Inc.




Screening   Arlington Free Clinic
            City of Alexandria
            Office on Women
Screening




Screening   Virginia Vietnamese Clinic
            Sibley Hospital
Screening   Sullivan Center for Breast Health


Screening   Holy Cross Hospital

Screening   Howard University*
Screening   Community Radiology Associates




Screening   Falls Church Medical Center
Screening   Washington Radiology Associates, P.C.




Screening   GW Mammovan
            Howard University Hospital

            Providence Hospital
            CBCC
            Mammovan




Screening
Screening




Screening   Whitman-Walker Clinic




Screening   Mobile Medical Care

            Community Health Administration
            Breast and Cervical Cancer Program
            PROJECT WISH




Screening




Screening   PreventionWorks!
            Hill-Burton Free and Reduced-Cost
Screening   Health Care
            Free Access to Mammography Education
Screening   (FAME)




Screening   Queen Street Clinic


            Washington Adventist Hospital
Screening   Foundation
            Quitline™
            1 800 QUIT NOW (800-784-8669)
            202-333-4488 (Spanish-Speaking)




Screening




Support     Tigerlily Foundation




            Georgetown University Hospital -
Support     General Cancer
          Georgetown University Hospital -
Support   General Cancer




Support   Israel Baptist Church- General Cancer




Support   Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC)




Support   SafeLink Wireless




          The Wellness Community- Greater
Support   Washington, DC




Support   Experience Project: I have Cancer
          The Washington Legal Clinic for the
Support   Homeless




Support   Chris4Life Colon Cancer Foundation




Support   Washington Cancer Institute




Support   African-American Breast Cancer Alliance




Support   Urban Family’s House of Hope (UFHH)




          Sexual Minority Youth Assistance
Support   League (SMYAL)
              Sexual Minority Youth Assistance
Support       League (SMYAL)
              T.H.E. Inc.

              (Transgender Health Empowerment Inc)




Support



Support       Sasha Bruce Youthwork (SBY)




Support       Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc.




Translation   Northern Virginia AHEC




Translation   La Clínica del Pueblo
Translation   La Clínica del Pueblo


Translation   Spanish-speaking Services
              Interpreter request can only be made for
              patients with Unison or Chartered or
              Alliance. Patients with straight DC
Translation   Medicaid don’t qualify




Wigs          Tender Loving Care




Wigs          Amercian Cancer Society - DC




Wigs          American Cancer Society - Silver Spring




Wigs          American Cancer Society - Vienna




Wigs          Judy's Beauty and Barber Shop




Wigs          L.L. Hair Services




Wigs          Cheryl's Health Boutique
Wigs          Cheryl's Health Boutique




Wigs          Bravadas Alternative Hair Center




Wigs          Locks of Love




Wigs          Pantene Beautiful Lengths




Wigs          Amy of Denmark Wigs
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Contact Info.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society National Office
1311 Mamaroneck Avenue, Suite 310
White Plains, NY 10605

Phone: (914) 949-5213
Fax: (914) 949-6691
Patients, Caregivers or Healthcare Providers

Our information specialists provide accurate, up-to-date disease and
treatment information. Master's level social workers and health
educators are available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
ET. Callers may request the services of a language interpreter.

Toll-Free: (800) 955-4572
Email: infocenter@lls.org
211 S. Stemmons, Ste. G
Lewisville, TX 75067
Toll Free (877) 337-3348

Mailing Address :
P.O. Box 146
Lewisville, TX 75067
1217 Brentwood Road NE
Washington, DC 20018-1019

Phone: (202) 526-2066
124 Park St, SE
Vienna, VA

Tel:703-938-5550




1875 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 730
Washington, DC

Tel: 202-483-2600
6942 Laurel Bowie Rd
Bowie, MD 20715

Tel: (301) 262-6260
4900 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016-4358
11311 Amherst Ave
Silver Spring, MD

Tel: 301-933-9350
15200 Shady Grove Rd. #106
Rockville, MD 20850

(301) 330-1084

Mon-Fri: 10:00 a.m. - 05:30 p.m.
Sat: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
326 E Capitol Street NE
Washington DC 20003

Tel: 202-543-4400
Fax: 202-543-6276

Hours: M-F: 8:30am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 3pm
Two Bethesda Metro Ctr, suite 1200
Bethesda, MD

Tel:877-442-6437
2852 Hartland Road
Falls Church, VA 22043-3526

Phone: (703) 698-7373
50 S Pickett St Ste 210
Alexandria, VA 22304

Phone: (703) 461-7534
6420 Rockledge Drive
Bethesda, Maryland 20817
Phone: (301) 493-4422
Fax: (301) 493-5222

8218 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Phone: (301) 657-3500
Fax: (301) 718-9634

Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
431 North Frederick
Gaithersburg, md 20877-2419

Phone: (301) 948-7887
374 Main Street,Laurel MD
Phone: (301) 776-0081 or (410) 792-2449
Fax: (301) 776-1234
The Chaney Building
12480 Mattawoman Drive, Suite 202
Waldorf, MD, 20601

301-645-2131
301-843-9282
Mimi Quade, Owner
724 E Capitol St NE
Washington D.C., DC 20003-1344

Tel:(202) 543-1616
6320 Augusta Dr, Suite 705
Springfield, VA 22150

Tel:(703)451-7800
8705 Colevile Rd
Silver Spring, MD

Phone:310-585-7711
6201 Greenbelt Road
Suite L-4
College Park MD 20740

Tel: 301-313-0080
Fax: 301-313-0082

Hours:
MON - FRI 9:00am- 5:30pm
Closed Friday 12:30pm - 2:30pm
SAT 9:00am - 12:00pm
Closed Sundays
15200 Shady Grove Rd Ste 106
Rockville, MD 20850

Tel:(301) 330-1084
5001 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20011
Phone: 202-726-3100
Fax: 202-291-5259
730 North Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA 22203

Phone: (703) 527-8516
1638 R St NW
Washington, DC

(202) 234-6632
Washington DC
Phone: (800) 677-1116

9am - 8pm
180 Montgomery St, Ste 900,
San Francisco, CA 94104
phone: (415) 434.3388
(800) 445.8106

Fax: (415) 434.3508
1234 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Suite C1002
Washington, DC 20005

202/464-1513 Phone
202/638-3169 Fax
info@dccaregivers.org
www.dccaregivers.org
Iona Senior Services
4125 Albemarle Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016
202-895-9448
202-895-0244
TTY 202-895-9444

Administration
Phone: 202-966-1055


Freehold, NJ
(800) 838-0879


228 Seventh Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Phone: (202) 547-7424
Fax: (202) 547-3540
10400 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 500
Kensington, MD 20895-3944
Toll Free: 1-800-896-3650
Phone: 301-942-6430
Fax: 301-942-2302
General E-mail: info@thefamilycaregiver.org
1010 Wayne Avenue
Suite 770
Silver Spring, MD 20910
P: 301.650.9127 or 888.650.9127 (toll-free)
F: 301.565.9670
E: info@canceradvocacy.org
1818 Market Street
Suite 1100
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Phone: 1-877-520-4457
Fax: (215) 789-3655
E-mail: Info@CancerTrialsHelp.org




Clinical trials specific to cancers:

http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/search/browse?brwse=cond_cat_BC04




Phone: 1-800-303-5691
100 N. Washington St., Ste. 301
Boston, MA 02114

Phone:(617) 948-5100
Toll Free: (866) 219-3440
Fax: (617) 948-5101
E-mail:customerservice@centerwatch.com
National Childhood Cancer Foundation
4600 East West Highway, Suite 600
Bethesda, MD 20814-3457

Phone
(800) 458-6223 (Toll Free, U.S. and Canada)

Email
info@curesearch.org
Clinical Trial Questions?

Get Help:
1-800-4-CANCER
1717 Columbia Road, NW
Washington, DC 20009
Phn: (202) 328-1100
Fax: (202) 232-4972

Janelle Goetcheus, MD,
Medical Director
Susan Rieth, RN,
Intake Nurse




N Street Village
1333 N Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

Phone: 202-939-2076
Fax: 202-319-1508
Email: info@nstreetvillage.org


Hermano Pedro Day Shelter
Sacred Heart Parish, 3211 Pine St., NW
Washington, DC 20010

Phone: (202) 246-6643
Fax: (202) 232-5426
The Church of the Epiphany
1317 G St, NW
Washington, DC 20005


Phone: (202) 347-2635
Fax: (202) 347-7621
Email: info@epiphanydc.org


1618 Monroe St., NW
Washington, DC 20010

Phone: (202) 939-2400
1012 14th Street, NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005

Monday: 9 am to 7 pm
Tuesday through Friday: 9 am to 5 pm

(202) 638-0750
1234 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20005

Phone: (202) 347-8870
Fax: (202) 347-7279

Mon - Fri. 9am - 5pm

Email: info@dccfh.org
305 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Phone: 202-347-0511
Fax: 202-347-0520

Email: development@cflsdc.org
3917 Minnesota Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20019

Phone: (202) 397-7300
Fax: (202) 397-7882



Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative
2041 MLK Jr., Avenue, SE,
Washington, DC 20020

Phone: 202-889-1425
Fax: 202-889-2213
4125 Albemarle St.
Washington DC 20016

Phone: (202) 895-9448
Fax: (202) 895-0244
TTY 202-895-9444
8210A Colonial Lane
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
Phone: (301) 585-6463
fax: (301) 585-4718


Email: tmusel@shepherdstable.org / haileg@shepherdstable.org
Center for Community Service:
9159-C Brookville Road
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Mailing Address:
4808 Moorland Lane, Ste. 802
Bethesda, MD 20814

Phone: (301) 608-3504
Fax: (301) 608-3508
Email: contact@awidercircle.org




3309 16th Street,
NW Washington, DC 20010
Phone: (202) 265-0149
Fax: (202) 483-0650

Email: info@thefamilyplacedc.org


2333 Ontario Rd ,NW,
Washington, DC 20009

Contact: Marissa Duprey
Phone: (202) 420-7113
Fax: (202) 332-0541
Email: info@maryscenter.org
Emmaus Services for the Aging
Arthur S. Flemming Center

1426 9th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 745-1200
Fax: (202) 745-1246
1000 Twinbrook Parkway
Rockville, MD 20851

Phone: 301-424-0656
Fax: 301-738-1030
Email: info@mhamc.org
900 Second Street NE,
Ste 206, Washington, DC 20002

Phone: 202-414-6315
Fax: 202-289-5693
3103 9th Road, North
Arlington, VA 22201

phone: 703-525-7177
fax: 703-525-0750




741 8th Street, SE,
Washington, DC 20003

Contact: Jill Cotton
Phone: (202) 675-9340
Fax: (202) 675-9358


2523 14th Street., NW
Washington, D.C. 20009

Tel: 202.667.8831
Fax: 202.667.8026
Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization
135 S. LaSalle St.
Suite 2000
Chicago, IL 60603

Tel: 312-986-8338
Fax: 312-294-8597
CancerCare National Office
275 Seventh Ave.
Floor 22
New York, NY 10001

Phone/Fax
Services: 1-800-813-HOPE (4673)
Administrative: 212-712-8400
Fax: 212-712-8495
Email: iinfo@cancercare.org
421 Butler Farm Road
Hampton, VA 23666

Phone: (800) 532-5274
Fax: (757) 873-8999

Email:help@patientadvocate.org
1875 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 710
Washington DC 20009

Phone: 202.332.5536
Email: directservices@mautnerproject.org




National Headquarters:
2000 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009

Telephone-1-866-650-4600 / 202-671-1600
Fax-202-232-6161
Site Entrance:
707 24th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Tel 202.889.5607
Fax 202.889.3219


Capitol Hill United Methodist Church
421 Seward Square, SE
Washington, DC 20003

Telephone: 202-544-0631 Fax: 202-544-3863
email: info@chgm.net
Address: 1413 Park Rd NW
Phone: 202-387-3725
Contact: Gracie Rolling, Director
Hours: 9:00AM-4:30PM, M-F
1816 12th Street, Northwest, Suite 201
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 518-6737
(202) 518-6742 fax

1470 Irving Street, Northwest, Third Floor
Washington, DC 20010
(202) 319-5799
(202) 319-0946 fax

1722 7th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 450-4382
(202) 450-4386 fax
Lloyd D. Smith Center
3939 Benning Road, NE
Washington, DC 20019
Tel: (202) 396-1200
Fax: (202) 396-4106

Meadow Green
Community Center
3425 A Street, SE
Washington, DC 20019
Tel: (202) 584-5410
Fax: (202) 584-2754

Willis Paul Greene Manor
4425 Nannie Helen Burroughs
Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20019
Tel: (202) 397-7886
Fax: (202) 397-8980
MHCDO is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm.




1220 L Street, N.W., Suite 800
Washington, D.C. 20005

Tel:(202) 637-8400
Fax:(202) 347-0895
200 K Street, N.W. Suite 3
Washington, D.C. 20001

(202) 588-1800 Main Office
(202) 588-1802 Fax (Administrative Office)
(202) 408-9497 Fax (Family Services Department)
(202) 588-1202 Fax (Executive Director's Office)
UPO Headquarters
301 Rhode Island Avenue, NW, Washington DC
202-238-4600

202-238-4761 (Community Services Division)
202-238-4641 (Executive Staff)
202-238-4770 (Office of Child & Family Development)
202-238-4645 (Office of Finance)
202-238-4626 (Office of Human Resources)

202-238-4680 (Office of Property Management and Development)
202-238-4683 (Office of Strategic Positioning)
202-238-4662 (Office of Technology)
202-238-4700 (Office of the General Counsel)
202-238-4765 (Shelter Hotline Transport)




1510 9th Street, NW,
Washington, DC 20001-3318

Phone: (202) 232-4288
Fax: (202) 234-6235

Administrative Office Location:
1501 Half Street, SW, Suite 31
Washington, DC 20024

Telephone Number: 202-488-SWWR (7997)
Fax Number: 202-488-7441

Email Address:
swwr@swwrfsc.org




Washington, DC
2-1-1 Answers, Please!, Human Services (202) 462-6211
Greater Washington Urban League
2901 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC, 20009 United States
phone 202-265-8200 · fax 202-265-6122

Education, Employment and Training Services Division,
Office of Director
GWUL Headquarters
2901 14th Street, NWWashington, DC, 20009 United States
phone 202-265-8200 ext.255

Housing and Community Development,
Division, Office of Director
Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP)
GWUL Headquarters
2901 14th Street, NWWashington, DC, 20009 United States
phone 202-265-8200 ext.242
Latin American Youth Center
1419 Columbia Road, NW
Washington, DC 20009
Tel. 202.319.2225
Fax 202.462.5696

Contact:
General Information: info@layc-dc.org

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday - 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday - Closed




6128 Georgia Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20011

Tel: (202) 829-5732



Call us at (202) 462-7500 or email at info@rapinc.org

Our central Facility
The Calvin Rolark Center
1949 4th Street, N.E.
Washington, D. C. 20002

Administrative Office
Chancellor Williams Learning Center
1957 4th Street, N.E.
Washington, D. C. 20002




Linking A.R.M.S.™ program by calling the CancerCare toll-free line at
1-800-813-HOPE (1-800-813-4673).

P.O. Box 101081
Arlington, VA 22210
Phone: 703-707-9491
Fax: 703-991-3252

breastcancercarefoundation@yahoo.com


14015 New Hampshire Avenue,
Silver Spring, MD 20904

p: 240-777-1833
United Breast Cancer Foundation
223 Wall Street, Suite 368
Huntington, NY 11743
USA

Phone: 1-877-UBC-4CURE
Essie Orekoya RN, BS, CNOR, CPF
724 East Capital St. NE
Washington, DC
Phone: (202) 543-1616
Fax: (202) 543-5297
EMail: sorekoya@aol.com
401 North Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21215
Phone: (410) 502-5623
601 North Caroline Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21287
(443) 287 2778 for appointment
(410) 614-2853 for women newly diagnosed with breast cancer
NCI Office of Communications and Education
Public Inquiries Office
6116 Executive Boulevard
Suite 300
Bethesda, MD 20892-8322




1726 M Street, N.W. Suite 300
Washington, D.C. 20036
Phone: (202) 548-4000
National Breast Cancer Coalition
1101 17th Street, NW, Suite 1300
Washington, DC 20036
USA

Phone: 800-622-2838 or 202-296-7477
Fax: 202-265-6854

1600 Duke Street
Suite 500
Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: (703) 836-4412 / (800) 227-273

Email: info@preventcancer.org / pcf@preventcancer.org
14 Pennsylvania Plaza, Suite 1400
New York, NY 10122

Telephone: (212) 268-1002
Fax: (212) 947-5652
E-mail: info@ocrf.org
Prostate Cancer Foundation
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401

1.800.757.CURE (2873)
Main 310.570.4700
Fax 310.570.470

1424 K Street, N.W., 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20005

Phone: (202) 408-4848
Fax: (202) 408-1818
Uniting Against Lung Cancer
27 Union Square West, Suite #304
New York, NY 10003

Tel: 212-627-5500
Fax: 212-627-7594
E-mail: mail@UnitingAgainstLungCancer.org




16057 Tampa Palms Blvd. W, PMB #373
Tampa, FL 33647

Toll-free: 866-288-RISK (7475)
Fax: 954-827-2200
Email: info@facingourrisk.org
Toll-free Helpline: 866-824-RISK (7475)




Phone: (630) 795-1002 (to reach Tom, Pam, Ryan or Jackie)
Phone: (877) 978-7866 (to reach Terri Gibbons Likowski, Chapter
Services Program Manager)


Prostate Cancer Support Helpline: (800) 80-Us TOO (800-808-7866)

Fax: (630) 795-1602

Email: ustoo@ustoo.org

The Faces Project, Inc.
P.O. Box 90857
Washington, DC 20090
Phone: 202-986-2324
FAX: 202-400-3007

Email: facesproject@thefacesproject.org
Ovarian Cancer National Alliance
910 17th Street, N.W., Suite 1190
Washington, D.C. 20006
(202) 331-1332
866-399-6262 (Toll Free)
(202) 331-2292 (Fax)
ocna@ovariancancer.org
CancerCare National Office
275 Seventh Ave.
Floor 22
New York, NY 10001
Phone/Fax
Services: 1-800-813-HOPE (4673)
Administrative: 212-712-8400
Fax: 212-712-8495



421 Butler Farm Road,
Hampton, VA 23666

Phone: (800) 532-5274
Fax: (757) 873-8999

(800)526-7234 (Voice)
(877)781-9403 (TTY)
American Breast Cancer Foundation
1220 B East Joppa Rd. Suite 332
Baltimore MD 21286
Phone: (410) 825-9388
Fax: (410) 825-4395
Toll-free:1-877-539-2543 (877-Key-2-Life)
Email: contactABCF@abcf.org
Medical Faculty Associates
Breast Care Center
22nd St & I St NW
Washington, DC 20037
Contact: Holly Segal, LICSW
Phone: (202)741-3158
Email: hsegal@mfa.gwu.edu
(410) 964-9563
Clancy Kress, President
301 High Gables Dr., Suite 307
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
301.537.8756

info@crittersforthecure.com
636 W Lexington St
Baltimore, MD 21201-1508

(410) 547-2522
Patient Referral Coordinator (410) 328-7904
4401 Ford Avenue
Suite 550a
Alexandria, VA 22302
(703) 224-2484
DC Department of Health Care Finance

825 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20001
Phone:(202) 442-5988


370 L'Enfant Promenade, SW
Washington, DC 20447
Phone: (202) 401- 9275

FAX: (202) 205 - 5887



219 Riggs Road, NE
Washington, DC 20011
202.269.2277
Fax: 202.635.4265
info@foodandfriends.org




Northwest Center

1525 Seventh Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 265-2400
Fax: (202) 745-1081 (Legal, Medical);
(202) 518-0545 (Social Services, Food, Administration);
(202) 386-7613 (Development, Finance)

Southeast Center

1640 Good Hope Road, SE
Washington, DC 20020
Phone: (202) 561-8587
Fax: (202) 574-1536 (Social Services, Food);
(202) 587-0537 (Legal, Administration)
Martha's Table:
2114 14th St NW

Washington, DC, US
(202) 328-6608



Charlie’s Place / La Casa De Carlos
1830 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Phone: (202) 232-2995
Fax: (202) 265-7817
Email: tgoss@stmargaretsdc.org



309 E Street NW,
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 737-9311

Breakfast Mon-Fri: 9:30am-11am.
Dinner Sun-Thurs: 5:30pm




71 'O' Street, NW,
Washington, DC 20001

Phone: (202) 797-8806
Fax: (202) 265-3849
Email: web@some.org

DC Food Finder:
An Interactive Map of Food Resources in DC
820 6th St.
Washington DC 20002

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday

Phone: (202) 546-8011
Fax: (202) 543-2698




Church of the Pilgrims
2201 P Street, NW
Washington , DC 20037

Phone: 202-387-6612
Fax: 202-387-6614
St. George's Episcopal Church
160 U Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20001

Phone:(202) 387-6421

Email: kwanzaakitchen@hotmail.com
Cathedral of Saint Matthew the Apostle
1725 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036

Tel: +1-202-347-3215
Fax: +1-202-347-7184
Email: cathstmatt@stmatthewscathedral.org


Jim Walsh: stmattshm@gmail.com
501 N St NW
Washington, DC, 20001
United States

Church Office phone: (202) 347-5889
Social Worker phone: (202) 347-5450/5451
Fax: (202) 638-1803



Loaves and Fishes
1525 Newton St.
Washington DC 20010

(202) 232-0900
Hours: Sat, Sun, 12pm. Holidays
1908 North Capitol St.
Washington DC 20002

Phone: (202) 234- 1144
Email: inbchick@aol.com
2401 Virginia Avenue NW,
Washington, DC 20037
Tel: (202) 452-8926
Fax: (202) 835-8376

Email: info@miriamskitchen.org




203 S. Union Street Alexandria,
Virginia 22314
Phone: (703) 548-5558
Fax: (703) 548-8024

Email: Mowaa@mowaa.org
Anacostia
2100 Martin Luther King Avenue, SE
Phone: (202) 645-4614
Fax: (202) 727-3527

Congress Heights
4001 South Capitol Street, SW
Phone: (202) 645-4546
Fax: (202) 654-4524

Fort Davis
3851 Alabama Avenue, SE
Phone: (202) 645-4500
Fax: (202) 645-6205
H Street
645 H Street, NE
Phone: (202) 698-4350
Fax: (202) 724-8964

Taylor Street
1207 Taylor Street, NW
Phone: (202) 576-8000
Fax: (202) 576-8740
Department of Public Policy & Community Outreach
645 Taylor St. NE
Washington, DC 20017

Phone: (202) 526-5344
E-Mail: Advocacy@CapitalAreaFoodBank.org

6833 Hill Park Drive
Lorton, VA 22079
Phone: (703) 541-3063

1875 Connecticut Ave, NW
Suite 540
Washington, DC 20009

Phone: (202) 986-2200
Fax: (202) 986-2525
Email: info@dchunger.org



SHARE DC-Metro
PO Box 768
Bladensburg, MD 20710

Main Phone: (301) 864-3115
Toll Free: 1-800-21-SHARE




Registered dietitians in DC area

(888)227-6333


(888)222-6885
(800) 285-2889

1632 U St, NW
Washignton, DC
Phone: 202-483-8600
7728 Woodmont Ave
Bethesda, MD

Phone: 301-907-9244
Fax: 301-652-1781
Email: susan@bethesdacares.com
CSFP Contact:
Michele A. Tingling-Clemmons, Bureau Chief
Nutrition and Physical Fitness Bureau
DC Department of Health
899 North Capitol Street, NE
3rd Floor - Room 3126
Washington, D.C. 20002
Tel: (202) 442-9140
Fax: (202) 724-6672
Email: michele.tingling-clemmons@dc.gov


2100 Martin Luther Kings Jr. Ave, SE
Washiington, DC
Phone: (202) 645-5518
Emmaus Services for the Aging
Arthur S. Flemming Center
1426 9th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 745-1200
Fax: (202) 745-1246
Manna Food Center
9311 Gaither Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
301-424-1130 | info@mannafood.org

219 Riggs Road, NE
Washington, DC 20011

Phone: (202)269-2277
Fax: (202)635-4261
SHARE Food Network
5170 Lawrence Place
Hyattsville, MD 20781

301-864-3115 (p)
301-864-5370 (f)

1-800-217-4273 (toll fee)
Street Address:
The Compassionate Friends
900 Jorie Blvd. Suite 78
Oak Brook, IL 60523

Toll-free: 877-969-0010
PH: 630-990-0010
FAX: 630-990-0246
The Doughy Center

Phone: 503-775-5683
Toll Free: 866-775-5683
Fax: 503-777-3097
Email: help@dougy.org




KIDSAID
PO Box 3272
Ann Arbor, MI, 48106-3272
USA




1717 Columbia Rd NW
Washington DC 20009

By Phone/Fax
202/328-1100 phone
202/328-1850 fax
111 Michigan Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20010
202-476-5000
1630 Euclid Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Appointments: 202-476-5580
2220 11th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Appointments: 202-476-5500




1660 Columbia Road, NW
Washington, D.C. 20009

Main Number: 202-328-3717
Fax: 202-588-8101
2831 15th Street
NW Washington, DC 20009-4607

Phone: 202.462.4788

Hours of Operation:
Monday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Sunday: closed
Health Services
2250 Champlain Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

clinicinfo@cohdc.org
T: (202) 232-9022
F: (202) 232-8494
After hours on-call number: (202) 213-1622
Dental Clinic: (202) 232-6989



2333 Ontario Road, N.W.
Washington, DC 20009
Phone: (202) 483-8196
Fax: (202) 483-0836


Capital Hospice
2900 Telestar Ct.
Falls Church, VA 22042
Phone: 703-538-2065
Toll Free: 866-545-6964 (Information)
Toll Free: 800-869-2136 (24-hours / Referrals)
The Washington Home & Community Hospices
3720 Upton Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016

Phone:
202 966-3720 ( Washington Home)
1-866-234-7742 (Community Hospice)

Email:mhaines@thewashingtonhome.org




Montgomery Hospice
1355 Piccard Drive Suite 100
Rockville MD 20850

Phone: 301 921 4400
Fax: 301 921 4433
1710 Rhode Island Ave, NW
Suite 400, Washington, DC 20036

phone: (202) 457-5811 or (800) 854-3402
fax: (202) 457-5815
email: hfaoffice@hospicefoundation.org




1731 King Street, Suite 100
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Phone: (703) 837-1500
Fax: (703) 837-1233
Email: nhpco_info@nhpco.org
Josephs House
1730 Lanier Pl. N.W.
Washington, DC 20009

Phone (House): 202.265.7174
Phone (Office): 202.328.9161
Fax: 202.588.7097
3720 Upton Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016

To contact The Washington Home call
202 966-3720

To contact Community Hospices call
1-866-234-7742




1710 Rhode Island Ave, NW
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20036

phone: 202-457-5811 or 800-854-3402

fax: 202-457-5815

email: hfaoffice@hospicefoundation.org

Dr. Waylan
Washington Hospital Center

110 Irving St. NW
Washington, DC 20010

202-877-7000
Lombardi CancerLine: (202) 444-4000

Call Lombardi CancerLine and reach a registered nurse, certified in
oncology, who can give you information you need - for yourself, a
family member, a friend. Learn more
Lombardi Hematology/Oncology Appointment Line: (202) 444-2223


Either you, a family member or referring physician may schedule an
appointment by calling one the appointment line between 8:30 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. View additional clinic numbers
MedStar Health Research Institute
6525 Belcrest Road, Suite 700
Hyattsville, Maryland 20782
Phone: 301-560-7300
Fax: 301-560-7373
111 Michigan Ave., N.W
Washington, D.C 20010

Appointments, Referral, and Information Service:
BEAR LINE - 888-884-BEAR (2327) or 202-476-BEAR (2327)

Email:webteam@cnmc.org




Howard University Hospital
2041 Georgia Avenue, Washington, D.C. 20060

Phone: 202-865-6100


The George Washington University Hospital
900 23rd St., NW
Washington, DC 20037

(202) 715-4000

Howard University Cancer Center
2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW,
Washington, DC 20060

Phone: 202-806-7697



The Cancer Institute Offices are located in:
Ross Hall, Suite 514
2300 I St., NW
Washington, DC 20037
(202) 994-2449 (994-CI-GW)
(202) 994-1714 FAX
GWCancerInstitute@gwumc.edu




102 Irving Street, NW
Washington, DC 20010

Call: 202.877.1000



1150 Varnum Street, N.E.
Washington, DC
20017 - 2180
(202) 269 - 7000

3800 Reservoir Road, NW
Washington, DC 20007

Tel:202-444-2000




5255 Loughboro Road, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016
Telephone (202) 537-4000



3800 Reservoir Rd.
Washington, DC 20057
CancerLine: 202.444.4000

Lombardi CancerLine: (202) 444-4000

Lombardi Hematology/Oncology Appointment Line: (202) 444-2223
50 Irving St. NW
Washington, DC 20422
202-745-8000 | 877-328-2621
6900 Georgia Avenue NW,
Washington DC 20307

Tel:(202) 782-3501

110 Irving Street, NW
Washington, DC 20010
Washington Hospital Center

Tel:(202) 877-7000


110 Irving Street, NW
Washington, DC 20010

(202) 877-7000




2601 18th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20018
(202) 715-7649




MetroAccess Administration Office
301-562-4640
TTY 301-588-7535.
Washington, DC Office
1875 Connecticut Ave NW STE 730
Washington, DC 20009
Phone: (202)483-2600
Fax: (202)483-1174
Call 1-800-ACS-2345 for MD/VA local offices.



Mont. County: (301) 738-3252
Fairfax/Arlington County: (703) 323-6494




(202) 332-5536




800-325-RAIL




(202) 939-9020
Ward 1: Barney Neighborhood House,
(202) 939-9043

Wards 2 and 3: Iona Senior Services,
(202) 895-0234

Wards 2 and 5: Greater Washington Urban League,
(202) 529-8701

Wards 2 and 6: United Planning Organization,
(202) 610-0466

Wards 6 and 7: Project Keene,
(202) 388-4280

Ward 8: Senior Citizen Counseling and
Delivery Service,
(202) 678-2800

(410) 964-9563




(301) 294-4888
(301) 255-4200

CASA de Maryland
734 University Blvd. E.
Silver Spring, MD 20903
Alt. Number
(301) 431-4185




(301) 253-4100




(301) 499-8603


(301) 883-5656

9400 Peppercorn Place Suite 320
Largo, MD 20774




(202) 724 -5626
TTY (202) 724 -8925

Local Address:
2300 N Street NW Suite 720
Washington DC 20037

Phone: 1 (866) 796-0601

Yolandra Plummer
Program Director
yplummer@mtm-inc.net




2230 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22201

Phone: (703) 486 0626
Fax: (703) 486 0653

425 2nd Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Phone: (202) 639-8093
Fax (202) 639-0511
Case Management Office: (202) 408-9584




Community for Creative Non-Violence
425 Second St. NW,
Washington, DC 20001

Phone: (202) 393-1909 or 4409
Fax: (202) 783-3254
Email: CCNV@erols.com
The Father McKenna Center
of St Aloysius Church

19 Eye Street, NW
Washington D.C. 20001
Phone: (202) 842-1112
Fax: (202) 842-7401
Email: Tomhowarth@fathermckennacenter.org
928 5th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Phone: (202) 289-2111
Fax: (202) 216-0301
Email: raycock@calvaryservices.org
5 Thomas Circle, NW,
Washington, DC 20005.
Telephone: 202-667-7001
FAX: 202-667-7047

Email: houseofruth@houseofruth.org
Mi Casa, Inc.
6230 3rd Street, NW
Suite 2
Washington, DC 20011

Phone: 202.722.7423
Fax: 202.722.7427

Email: micasa@micasa-inc.org




2410 17th Street, NW, Suite 100
Washington, DC 20009

Phone: (202) 667-7006

info@housingetc.org




Location
Court Building B, Room 115
510 4th Street, N.W.

The Resource Center does not provide assistance by phone. Those
seeking assistance should come to the center during its operating
hours.

Phone: (202) 508-1710

Hours of Operation
Weekdays: 9:15a.m.-12:00noon
OFFICE OF THE PEOPLE'S COUNSEL
1133 15th Street, NW,
Suite 500 Washington, DC 20005

Phone: 202.727.3071;
Fax: 202.727.1014;
TTY/TDD: 202.727.2846

Email: ccceo@opc-dc.gov



Local: 410-526-4949
Toll-Free: 877-838-3032 Fax: 410-526-4610
Email: info@transcendservice.com

Address: Transcend Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 232
Hunt Valley, MD 21030




(202) 962-1245



Patient Advocate Foundation

421 Butler Farm Road
Hampton, VA 23666
Phone: (800) 532-5274
Fax: (757) 873-8999
help@patientadvocate.org




General information on Medicare
http://www.cms.gov/home/medicare.asp
http://www.medicare.gov/
General information on Medicaid
http://www.cms.gov/home/medicaid.asp
http://www.cms.gov/MedicaidGenInfo/downloads/MedicaidAtAGlance
2005.pdf
Information on SSDI & application process

http://www.cms.gov/apps/firststep/content/ssdi-qa.html

http://www.socialsecurity.gov/disability/professionals/answers-
pub042.htm
The Alliance Enrollment Office
1820 Jefferson Place, NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 639-4030

Hours of Operation:
8 am - 7 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8 am - 9 pm Wednesday
8 am - 1 pm Saturday

TTY:
(202) 639-4041
The summary of information presented in this brochure is intended for
Medicare fee-for-service physicians, providers, suppliers, and other
health care professionals who furnish or provide referrals for and/or
file claims for the Medicare-covered preventive benefits discussed in
this brochure.
DC Healthy Families
Attn: DC Healthy Families Unit
645 H Street NE
Washington, DC 20002


Call (888) 557-1116 to have an application mailed to you. You can
request a copy in English, Spanish, French, or Vietnamese. If you are
hearing impaired, call TDD/TYY 1-877-6727.
PAC Program Application
P.O.Box 386
Baltimore, MD 21203-0386

Call toll-free at 1-800-226-2142
Smith Farm Center
For Healing and the Arts
1632 U St NW
Washington DC 20009
Phone: (202) 483-8600
Fax: (202) 483-8601
Email: heal@SmithFarm.com

Smith farm Center for healing and the arts
Contact :Darien Reese
Program Director
1632 U ST NW
Washington Dc, 20009
202-483-8601
5225 Connecticut Ave, NW
Suite 415
Washington, DC 20015

Main Number: (202) 966-7338
Main Fax: (202) 966-2589

908 New Hampshire Ave Suite 200
Washington, DC 20037

(202) 833-5055 office
(202) 833-5755 fax




Office of Cancer Complementary
and Alternative Medicine (OCCAM)
National Cancer Institute, NIH
6116 Executive Blvd., Suite 609, MSC 8339
Bethesda, Maryland 20892

(301) 435-7980 (P)
(301) 480-0075 (F)
ncioccam1-r@mail.nih.gov


Cancer Support Community
1050 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 659-9709
FAX: (202) 659-9301
23366 Commerce Park, Suite 101B
Beachwood, Ohio 44122

Phone: (216) 292-6644
Fax: (216) 292-6688

Email: info@holisticmedicine.org
8455 Colesville Road, Suite 1000
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910, USA
Phone: (301) 589-3300
Fax: (301) 589-5175
Email: info@musictherapy.org
P.O. Box 316
Bolinas, CA 94924

Phone: (415) 868-0970

Email: commonweal@commonweal.org
1001 Connecticuit Avenue
Suits 325
Washington, DC 20036
ph: 202-466-6936

5311 W. Cedar Lane
Suite 203A
Bethesda, MD 20814
ph: 301-530-7331




4201 Connecticut Ave. NW,
Suite 300,
Washington, DC 20008

Tel 202.624.0010
Fax 202.624.0062
5225 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Suite 401
Washington, DC 20015

ph:202-237-7000
101 Q Street, NE, First Floor
Washington, DC 20002

phone: (202) 269-4805 and -4806
fax: (202) 269-4907
email: washington@dressforsuccess.org

Goodwill of Greater Washington
2200 South Dakota Ave., NE
Washington, DC 20018

Tel: (202) 636-4225
Toll-free: 1-888-817-4323
Fax: (202) 526-3994

Jobs for Homeless People (JHP, Inc)
1526 Pennsylvania Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Phone: (202) 544-9096
Fax: (202) 544-6600
Jubilee Jobs, Inc.
2712 Ontario Road, NW
Washington DC 20009

9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Thursday
9:00 am to 3:30 pm on Friday

Phone: (202) 667-8970
fax: (202) 667-8833
Email: jstewart@jubileejobs.org




425 2nd Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

Phone: 202-234-0707
Fax: 202-986-1051
810 5th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202-842-1731
Fax: 202.898.0285


1227 Good Hope Rd, SE
Washington , DC 20020

Phone: (202) 889-5000
Fax: (202) 889-5035
Email: info@archdc.org


15810 Indianola Drive Rockville,
MD, 20855, USA
Phone: (800) 741-0186
Email: contactus@goodwill.org




1313 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20005

Office:(202) 638-1948
Fax:(202) 638-0417
E-mail: vwassoc@yahoo.com
3707 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20032

Phone: (202) 373-0050
Fax: (202) 373-0052

Contact: Latese Barksdale - Executive Assistant
Email: LBarksdale@oicdc.org




Academy of Hope
601 Edgewood St. NE
Suite 25
Washington, DC 20017

Phone: (202) 269-6623
Fax: (202) 269-6632




600 W Street, N.E.,
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 832-4070
Address: 815 Monroe Street NE,
Washington DC 20017

Telephone: (202) 529-3395
Fax: (202) 529-4684
Email: info@byteback.org



715 I Street Northeast
Washington, DC, 20002
United States
Phone: (202) 484-1264
Email: info@strivedc.org

P. O. Box 73281
Richmond, VA 23235-8029


Phone: 804-272-LINC (5462) or 877-644-LINC (5462) TOLL FREE
Fax Number: 804-918-0946
MAIN OFFICE
1331 H Street, NW Suite 350
Washington, DC 20005
Telephone: (202) 628-1161
Fax: (202) 727-2132

Initial Intervew Hours
Mondays 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Thursdays 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m
601 E Street NW
Suite A1-200
Washington, DC 20049

Phone: 202-434-7700
Fax: 202-434-7710
Email:dcaarp@aarp.org
9 am - 4 pm, M - Friday


1707 Kalorama Rd. NW
Washington, DC 20009
202-387-4848
680 Rhode Island Ave. NE,
Washington, DC 20002
202-269-5100 (ph)
202-832-1984 (fax)

NLSP accepts walk-in and telephone intakes Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Dr. Carla Williams

Howard University Cancer Center
2041 Georgia Avenue,
Washington, DC 20060

Phone: (202) 806-5293



6900 N. Dallas Parkway, Suite 200
Plano, TX 75024

Phone:(972) 608-7141

Email:info@cdfund.org




NeedyMeds, Inc.
P.O. Box 219
Gloucester, MA 01931




Upper Midwest Office (Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8 am - 5 pm CST)
P.O. Box 46440
Plymouth, MN 55446

Phone: (406) 549-5987
E-mail: anne@campdream.org




650 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, Suite 230
Washington, 20003
Appointments: 202.784.2700
1-800-477-9774
Lillie Shockney, RN., BS., MAS
The Johns Hopkins Breast Center
601 N Caroline Street
Baltimore, MD 21287
(301) 585-8812
2921 11th St. South
Arlington, VA 22204
(703) 979-1425
Email: info@arlingtonfreeclinic.org
421 King St. Suite #400
Alexandria, VA
(703) 746-5030
Fairfax Radiology
6131 Wilson Boulevard Suite#6
Arlington, Va. 22207
(703) 533-3716

202.537.4545

Contact person: Shelley Grant
(301) 754-7162


Phone Number: 1-888- 601-0943
Dr. Ashok. K Sharma
703-931-4404
611 South Carlin Springs Road
Suite 410
Arlington, VA
Phone: 703-280-9800
Email: info@wrapc.com




To schedule a visit to any site, please call 202.741.3274


Please check the weblink for updated list for mammovan locations
Howard University Cancer Center

2041 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 220, NW, Washington, DC 20060
Phone: 202-806-7697
http://cancer.howard.edu/

Providence Hospital

physician referral services line at (202) 269-7500
http://www.provhosp.org/cancrOncl.htm

CBCC

650 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE,
Suite 230, Washington, DC, 20003
Phone: (202) 784-2700
Emai: info@capitalbreastcare.org
http://capitalbreastcare.org/

Mammovan

To schedule a visit to any site, please call (202) 741-3274
To schedule an appointment for a screening mammogram at the
Breast Imaging & Intervention Center at The GW Medical Faculty
Associates, please call (202) 741-3252
http://www.gwdocs.com/mammovan
Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center
1701 14th St., NW (14th & R Streets)
Washington, DC 20009
(202)745-7000

Robinson Center
2301 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., SE
Washington, DC 20020
(202)745-7000

Email: wwcinfo@wwc.org
9309 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD 20814

Phone: 301-493-2400

899 North Capitol Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 442-5900
Para Espanol
(202) 442-9128

Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:15 am to 4:45 pm.
2501 Benning Road, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Office Phone:
202.588.5580

Toll Free at:
1.866.446.1896

Mobile Health Unit:
202.276.0165

Arranged Delivery Program
202.588.5580
Phone:202-877-3915
1000 Queen Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: 703-299-9701




Phone: (301) 891-6179.
Quitline™
1 800 QUIT NOW (800-784-8669)
202-333-4488 (Spanish-Speaking)

Toll-free, 24 hour counseling, free help quitting!

DC Tobacco Free Families is offering DC residents free smoking
cessation counseling, nicotine patches and lozenges through its toll-
free Quitline™ program. If you are interested in speaking with
someone directly about quitting smoking, or want to receive
information to help a friend or family member quit, call 800 QUIT
NOW (Spanish-speaking callers can call 202-333-4488). Certified
cessation counselors are available 24 hours a day to help you
prepare to quit smoking and stay quit for good. You can sign up to
enroll in our free 10-week smoking cessation program. Free patches
and lozenges are available to DC residents only. Click here for
information on the DC Quitline
Tigerlily Foundation
11654 Plaza America Drive #725
Reston, VA 20190

Phone: 1-888-580-6253 (Toll-Free)
Fax: 703-663-9844
Email: info@tigerlilyfoundation.org
3800 Reservoir Rd NW
Lombardi Cancer Ctr Podium B
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Joanne Assarsson, LICSW, Facilitator
(202)444-3755
Day: 3rd Thu - Monthly
Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Free; English Language
1251 Saratoga Ave NE
Washington, District of Columbia 20019

Vanjewell Graham
(202)269-0288
Day: 2nd Mon - Monthly ( Room 7 )
Time: 7.00 p.m.
Free; English
Disability Rights Legal Center
919 Albany Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Cancer Legal Resource Center
Tel: (213) 736-1455 or (866) THE-CLRC (843-2572)
Fax: (213) 736-1428
Email: CLRC@lls.edu
PO Box 220009,
Milwaukie, OR,
97269-0009

For Enrollment and Plan Changes Support: 1-800-977-3768
Monday through Saturday, 8a.m. to 10p.m. and Sunday 8a.m. to
7p.m, Eastern Standard Time.




5430 Grosvenor Lane, Suite 100
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: (301) 493-5002




Read true personal stories, chat & get advice, support and help from
a group of 138 people who all say 'I Have Cancer'
1200 U Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Phone: 202.328.5500


6056 Burnside Landing Drive
Burke, Virginia 22015
United States

Phone: 773-551-5434
Email: info_at_chris4life_dot_org




Christopher Bianca 202-877-6290




P.O. Box 8981. Minneapolis, MN 55408
Phone: (612) 825-3675
Fax: (612) 827-2977
2634 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE

Phone: 202-678-4024
Contact: Evelyn Turner


410 7th Street SE
Washington DC 20003-2707
Phone: 202.546.5940
TTY: 202.464.4548
Fax: 202.544.1306

SupporterInfo@smyal.org
1414 North Capitol Street NW

Washington DC 20002

Phone: 202-636-1646
Fax: 202-636-1649

Email: info@theincdc.org

info/make donations 202.675.9340
24-hour hotline 202.547.7777
741 8th Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003 .

Us Helping Us, Inc.
3636 Georgia Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20010
Phone: 202.446.1100
Fax: 202.204.0806
Northern Virginia Area Health Education Center
2 Herbert Street, Alexandria, VA 22305
703-549-7060 (voice)
703-549-7002 (fax)
info@nvahec.org

For interpretation and translation inquiries, contact our Language
Services Department at 703-549-7060 or by e-mail at
interpreters@nvahec.org

La Clínica Del Pueblo
2831 15th Street
NW Washington, DC 20009-4607

Phone: 202.462.4788

Hours of Operation:
Monday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Sunday: closed




Phone: 1-800-850-9445
Fax: 1-800-279-2018
Email: customerservice@tlccatalog.org
1875 Connecticut Ave, NW
Washington DC

Tel:(202) 483-2600
11311 Amherst Ave
Silver Spring, MD

Tel:301-933-9350
124 Park St, SE
Vienna, VA

Tel:703-938-5550
520 Rhode Island Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
Neighborhood: Brentwood

Tel: (202) 832-1300



1407 Red Oak Dr.
Silver Spring, MD 20901

Phone:(301) 587-9293
Fax Number:(301) 587-9293

E-mail: LLRJL@erols.com
15200 Shady Grove Rd. #106
Rockville, MD 20850

Phone:(301) 330-1084

Please call to schedule an appointment
11204 Lee Highway
Fairfax, VA 22030

In the Jermantown Square Shopping Center: intersection of
Jermantown Road and Lee Highway (HWY29)

Tel: 703.352.4247
Call for specific directions

Hours of Operation:
10 AM to 6 PM Monday through Saturday
1 PM to 5PM Sunday

Email: Fairfax@Bravadas.com
LOCKS OF LOVE
234 Southern Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33405-2701

Phone (561) 833-7332

Fax (561) 833-7962

Toll Free Information Line (888) 896-1588


Pantene Beautiful Lengths
20770 Westwood Dr
Strongsville, OH 44149
11302 Grandview Avenue
Wheaton, Maryland

ph:(301) 942-3733
Web Link                     Details




                             The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)
                             is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and
                             myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and
www.lls.org                  their families.




                             This nonprofit offers free professional housecleaning, and
                             maid services to improve the lives of women undergoing
www.cleaningforareason.org   treatment for cancer - any type of cancer.




                             Breast forms and accessories; lymphedema supplies



                             Free breast forms, fitting, bra as supply permits. Call for
                             information




                             Free breast forms and products as available; call for appt.
                             Vist by trained breast cancer survivor also available. Mail-
                             order catalog (TLC) of wigs, hairpieces, breast forms,
                             prostheses, bras, hats, turbans and swimwear for
                             purchase




                             Breast forms and accessories

                             Breast forms, mastectomy bras, lymphedema supplies
                            Free breast forms, fitting, bra as supply permits. Call for
                            information




                            Breast forms, mastectomy bras, lymphedema supplies,
cherylshealthboutique.com   wigs, turbans




www.grubbscare.com          Breast forms and related supplies



                            Breast forms and brs; will help women with no insurance;
                            provide community resources for help.




                            Breast forms,masectomy bras, lymphedema supplies



                            Breast forms. No medicare. Will visit homes, nursing
                            homes for fitting; special fees for those in need




foerspharmacy.com           Breast forms, bras, lymphedema supplies



                            breast forms, swimwear; accepts DC Alliance; MD Breast
                            & Cervical Dx and Treatment Program provider
                      breast forms, swimwear; accepts DC Alliance; MD Breast
                      & Cervical Dx and Treatment Program provider

                      Breast forms, bras, leisure and swim wear, lymphedema
www.shoploms.com      supplies




                      Mastectomy Clothing, Forms, Prostheses & Supplies,
                      Breasts Prosthetic. Please call for an appointment.




                      Breast froms, bras, swimwear, lymphedema supplies



                      Breast forms, bras, swimwear, lymphedema supplies;
                      English, Spanish and Portugese spoken




                      Breast forms, bras, swimwear, lymphedema sleeves




                      Breast forms and related supplies; in-home fitting in
www.twinsrx.com       Montgomery/Pr George's Counties




                      Breast forms, bras, leisure wear, wigs




www.nhmedsupply.com   Breast forms, lymphedema supplies
www.nhmedsupply.com   Breast forms, lymphedema supplies




                      Breast forms, swimwear, lymphedema supplies

                      ABC certified Fitter - Judy Minor. Call for appointment.
                      Protheses, bras, swimwear, lymphedema seleeves, and
                      supplies

                      Information for seniors and caregivers about senior
                      services, including local and state agencies and
www.eldercare.gov     community resources; spanish available




                      Public voice for caregivers-information, resources,
                      service, advocacy; searchable resource map; spanish and
www.caregiver.org     Chinese available online




                      The purpose of the DC Caregiver institute to support
                      unpaid caregivers residing in the District of Columbia who
                      have primary responsibility for older, vulnerable DC
dccaregivers.org      residents.




                      Iona's mission is to support people as they experience the
                      challenges and opportunities of aging. We educate,
                      advocate, and provide community-based programs and
iona.org              services to help people age well and live well.


                      Provides help for spouses providing care: publications,
www.wellspouse.org    support groups, mentioning by phone or email, resources


                      Consumer section of website offers information on
                      choosing a home care provider. NAHC is a trade
                      association of home care agencies, hospices, home care
nahc.org              aide organizations, and medical equipment suppliers
                           Consumer section of website offers information on
                           choosing a home care provider. NAHC is a trade
                           association of home care agencies, hospices, home care
nahc.org                   aide organizations, and medical equipment suppliers




                           Offers caregivers advocacy information counseling,
nfcacares.org              resources and publications.




                           survivorship issues section has resources and information
                           for survivors and caregivers on manyaspects relating to
www.canceradvocacy.org     cancer




                           The Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups is a
                           nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the
                           quality of life and survival of cancer patients by increasing
www.cancertrialshelp.org   participation in cancer clinical trials.




                           ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry of federally and privately
                           supported clinical trials conducted in the United States
                           and around the world. ClinicalTrials.gov gives you
                           information about a trial's purpose, who may participate,
                           locations, and phone numbers for more details. This
                           information should be used in conjunction with advice
clinicaltrials.gov         from health care professionals.
                           The American Cancer Society Clinical Trials matching
                           Service is a free, confidential program that helps patients,
                           their families and health care workers find cancer clinical
                           trials most appropriate to a patient's medical and personal
www.cancer.org             situation.




                           The global source for clinical trials information: offering
                           news, analysis, study grants, career opportunities, and
www.centerwatch.com        trial listings to professionals and patients.
                              Together with children's oncology group, provides clinical
www.curesearch.org            trial matching services.



                              Information about all national government-sponsored
www.cancer.gov                clinical trials




                              33 bed facility providing continuing care for the homeless
                              in DC. Patients are admitted from local hospitals, clinics &
                              shelters. Additional programs include case management
                              services, drug & alcohol treatment and pastoral
www.christhouse.org           counseling.




                              N Street Village, founded in 1972, is a Washington, DC-
                              based nonprofit that offers a safe, empowering
                              community for women facing homelessness, poverty, and
                              related challenges such as mental illness, addiction, and
                              chronic health problems.N Street Village now serves
                              nearly 900 women each year, providing comprehensive
                              services that include housing, case management, mental
                              health therapy, physical health and wellness programs,
                              job training and placement assistance, and support for
www.nstreetvillage.org        basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter.


                              The Hermano Pedro Day Shelter is a multicultural day
                              program serving men and women who are homeless
                              during the hours of 9 am and 5 pm. The shelter serves
                              breakfast and lunch, provides showers, collects and
                              distributes clothing and provides on-site mental health
www.catholiccharitiesdc.org   services as well as case management.
                              The breakfast program began in the 1950s and now
                              provides counseling, outreach services and a hot
                              breakfast to as many as 200 men, women, and children
www.epiphanydc.org            each Sunday morning.


                              Offering medical and dental clinics, job training programs,
                              English classes, a food pantry and case management
                              services in four locations, the Center offers holistic
www.catholiccharitiesdc.org   services to immigrants from around the world. T



                              CVC offers nutritional educational workshops that show
                              you how to improve your diet. CVC’s medical staff works
                              with you to monitor and improve health outcomes. CVC
                              support services ensure that other aspects of your life
                              such as housing, substance abuse, and mental health are
www.carlvogelcenter.org       cared for.




                              A non-profit organization helping the homeless, at-risk
                              individuals and families return to self-sufficiency and
                              independent living, through a range of residential and
                              social services. Emergency shelter program, family
                              services, permanent housing, rehabilitation transitional
www.dccfh.org                 centers & employment services center




                              CFLS provides high impact housing, youth development,
                              employment, mentoring, and emergency services to 500
                              homeless and low income persons monthly to create
www.cflsdc.org                opportunities for their success.
                         ERFSC provides services that either directly or indirectly
                         enhance family function and community development in
                         Ward 7. These services include but are not limited to:
                         case management, crisis intervention, and life
                         skills/workforce development, parenting empowerment,
                         adolescent services, housing assistance, fatherhood
                         support, youth activities, financial education classes,
                         community engagement, capacity building and technical
www.erfsc.org            assistance.




                         Provides services that are intended to prevent out of
                         home placements and promote family stabilization. These
                         services include but are not limited to: information and
                         referral, community case management, supportive
                         services, facilitated family meetings, housing assistance,
www.fsfsc.org            crisis intervention, advocacy, and budget management.



                         Provides meals & transportation, consultation, care
                         management, counselling & support groups, help at home
                         etc. services extend out only to individual that are over the
www.iona.org             age of 60



                         Shepard's Table is the oldest resource center in
                         montgomery county for people experiencing
                         homelessness and poverty. Services includes evening
                         meals 7 nights a week, social services, prescription
www.shepherdstable.org   assistance and medical assistance.




                         The provision of beds, dressers, and other basic need
                         items to families transitioning out of battered women's
                         and homeless shelters or to people simply living without
                         life necessities. This is coupled with the delivery of health
                         and wellness programming for children and adults in low-
awidercircle.org         income schools, shelters, and community centers.
                           The provision of beds, dressers, and other basic need
                           items to families transitioning out of battered women's
                           and homeless shelters or to people simply living without
                           life necessities. This is coupled with the delivery of health
                           and wellness programming for children and adults in low-
awidercircle.org           income schools, shelters, and community centers.




                           The Family Place is a community drop-in center that
                           provides hospitality, resources, and support services to
                           expectant parents and families with young children. Set in
                           a multi-cultural and multi-racial environment, our
                           programs help meet emergency needs, provide
                           information and education, enhance long term family
                           stability and promote the growth of community among
www.thefamilyplacedc.org   parents.




                           Mary’s Center serves low-income, immigrant families
                           whose linguistic and cultural needs would otherwise go
                           unmet by public or private health care systems. We link
                           families to community services, informing them about the
                           educational, housing, and employment resources
www.maryscenter.org        available to them.



                           Emmaus Services for the Aging is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
                           organization that reaches out to build trust with seniors to
                           provide support, advocacy, and services that help them
                           remain active, respected, independent, and vital members
www.emmausdc.org           of their community.



                           Mental Health Association of Montgomery County (MHA)
                           promotes mental wellness and supports those with mental
                           illness by sponsoring and implementing advocacy,
www.mhamc.org              education and community service programs.



                           Seabury Resources for Aging's mission is to provide
                           affordable services and housing so that older adults can
www.seaburyresources.org   live with independence and dignity.
                        AACH does more than offer shelter to homeless people, it
                        provides them with a foundation to rebuild their lives.
                        Created in 1985 by concerned citizens of Arlington and
                        Alexandria, AACH works in coordination with public
                        agencies, businesses and community groups to give
                        homeless people the support, shelter, counseling and
www.aachhomeless.org    employment training they need to regain self-sufficiency.




                        Sasha Bruce Youthwork provides comprehensive and
                        coordinated services that meet the urgent and ongoing
                        needs of homeless, runaway, and at-risk youth and their
                        families in the Washington metropolitan area. Our
                        services support youth in stabilizing and enhancing their
                        lives, promote positive social relationships, teach life
www.sashabruce.org      skills, and strengthen families.




                        Samaritan Inns' mission is to provide structured housing
                        and recovery services in an environment of support and
                        accountability that will give homeless and addicted men
www.samaritaninns.org   and women the opportunity to rebuild their lives.




                        Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization provides
                        information and support to anyone touched by breast
                        cancer. As originally envisioned by Y-ME’s founders, all
www.y-me.org            programs and services are available free-of-charge.




                        CancerCare programs—including counseling and support
                        groups, education, financial assistance and practical
                        help—are provided by professional oncology social
www.cancercare.org      workers and are completely free of charge.
                                   CancerCare programs—including counseling and support
                                   groups, education, financial assistance and practical
                                   help—are provided by professional oncology social
www.cancercare.org                 workers and are completely free of charge.




                                   PAF assists patients with: Medical Debt Crisis, Insurance
www.patientadvocate.org            Access Issues & Job Retention Issues



                                   Mautner Project staff and volunteers provide
                                   comprehensive support to lesbian, bisexual, and
                                   transgender women who partner with women, and their
www.mautnerproject.org             families, at no cost.


                                   All Faith Consortium (AFC) was organized in response to
                                   community-wide cries for solutions to issues regarding
                                   housing, employment, training, human, social, and
                                   community development. AFC has earned a reputation
                                   and strong legacy as a national leader in developing
                                   programs and facilitating solutions to help empower
                                   individuals, families, and communities to become self-
www.all-faith.org                  sufficient.




                                   Our mission is to assist residents of the Anacostia
anacostiaoutreach.org              community of Southeast, Washington, DC


                                   The CHGM Congregation Based Shelter Project partners
                                   with local congregations to provide overnight emergency
                                   shelter and intensive case management for homeless
                                   families. The project also offers job readiness counseling,
                                   holistic wellness care, life skills education, and identifying
www.capitolhillgroupministry.org   next stage appropriate housing.
                 Housing Support Center provides rental assistance to
                 prevent eviction as well as utility bill assistance. Food
                 pantry available five days a week and hot meal programs
                 are held periodically. Employment referrals and
                 counseling. Information and enrollment in GEL programs
                 and referrals to vocational training programs and college
                 opportunities are provided. Income management, nutrition
innercity.org    and health couseling also available




                 We provide direct services to families and help build the
                 capacity of the target communities of Columbia Heights
                 and Shaw, as well as other neighborhoods across
                 Washington, D.C.Our direct services are bilingual
                 (Spanish/English) and include:family support services,
                 workforce development, youth violence prevetion and
www.chsfsc.org   intervention




                 MHCDO provides services designed to expand economic
                 opportunities, increase self-sufficiency, and improve the
                 quality of life for individuals and families. Services include:
                 Foreclosure Mitigation Counselling, Homebuyer
                 Education Program, Emergency Services, Mortgage,
                 Rental, and Utilities Assistance, Supportive Housing,
                 Workforce Development, Adult Education, Family
www.mhcdo.org    Support, Small Business Service
                        MHCDO provides services designed to expand economic
                        opportunities, increase self-sufficiency, and improve the
                        quality of life for individuals and families. Services include:
                        Foreclosure Mitigation Counselling, Homebuyer
                        Education Program, Emergency Services, Mortgage,
                        Rental, and Utilities Assistance, Supportive Housing,
                        Workforce Development, Adult Education, Family
www.mhcdo.org           Support, Small Business Service




                        NCBA is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization dedicated
                        to preserving the dignity and enhancing the lives of low
                        income elderly African Americans. As one of the largest
                        minority focused organizations in the United States,
                        NCBA addresses the needs of its constituency in the
www.ncba-aged.org       areas of health, affordable housing and employment.
                        The North Capit0l Collaborative, Inc., (NCCI) is a non-
                        profit 501(c)3 community-based organization dedicated to
                        the prevention of child abuse and neglect.North Capitol
                        Collaborative hosts numerous family trainings, activities,
                        and events. Some of these are parent education, parent
                        support, job fairs, and various Thanksgiving and
www.north-cap.org       Christmas drives.




                        The mission of the United Planning Organization is to
                        improve the quality of life for Washington, DC citizens by
                        providing community resources, services and
                        partnerships to aid low income residents in the
                        development of self-sufficiency through education and
www.upo.org             sustained employment.




                        FLCF administers its programs through the Henry C.
                        Gregory III Family Life Center. A multipurpose, five-story
                        facility, the Center provides a wholesome environment for
                        educational, cultural, recreational and spiritual renewal.
                        Importantly, through the Center, programs are
                        implemented to assist families and individuals as they
                        cope with the challenges and vicissitudes of an ever-
www.shilohbaptist.org   changing society.
                        Gregory III Family Life Center. A multipurpose, five-story
                        facility, the Center provides a wholesome environment for
                        educational, cultural, recreational and spiritual renewal.
                        Importantly, through the Center, programs are
                        implemented to assist families and individuals as they
                        cope with the challenges and vicissitudes of an ever-
www.shilohbaptist.org   changing society.




                        The South Washington/West of the River Family
                        Strengthening Collaborative develops and coordinates
swwrfsc.org             resources and services in our community.


                        Dial 2-1-1 for assistance in Washington, D.C., Maryland,
                        and Virginia. Find assistance when you or someone you
                        know needs help. There are thousands of health and
                        human services programs available to assist you — from
                        child care, jobs, health care, and insurance — to
                        emergency services to help you in times of disaster or
www.211metrodc.org      emergency




                        The Greater Washington Urban League manages and
                        administers some 30 programs in the areas of Education,
                        Employment and Training, and Housing and Community
www.gwul.org            Development




                        LAYC achieves its mission by operating a regional
                        network of youth centers and public charter schools with a
                        shared commitment to meet young people where they are
                        and help them make a successful transition to young
                        adulthood. LAYC provides multi-lingual, culturally
                        sensitive programs in five areas: Educational
                        Enhancement, Workforce Investment, Social Services,
                                     LAYC achieves its mission by operating a regional
                                     network of youth centers and public charter schools with a
                                     shared commitment to meet young people where they are
                                     and help them make a successful transition to young
                                     adulthood. LAYC provides multi-lingual, culturally
                                     sensitive programs in five areas: Educational
                                     Enhancement, Workforce Investment, Social Services,
www.layc-dc.org                      Art + Media, and Advocacy.




                                     Transitional Housing—EBOL collaborates with the Capital
                                     Hill Congregation Based Shelter Program to provide
                                     transitional housing to homeless families , Emory’s
                                     immigration clinic, Drug and Crime Prevention Awareness
                                     Program, Business Council—to coordinate a Business
emorybol.org                         Council




                                     Regional Addiction Prevention (RAP), Inc. is a nonprofit
                                     organization that offers residential substance abuse
                                     treatment using the therapeutic community (TC) modality.
                                     In addition we bring services to persons living with
                                     HIV/AIDS and conduct prevention/outreach to increase
                                     community awareness of substance abuse and HIV/AIDS.
                                     Target populations include adults who are homeless,
                                     formerly incarcerated individuals, single parents,
www.rapinc.org                       substance abusers living with HIV/AIDS.
                                     Chronic Disease Fund® is a non-profit, full service
                                     financial and medication assistance organization. We
                                     exist to improve the health and quality of life of patients
                                     battling chronic disease, cancer or other life-altering
                                     conditions who cannot afford the medications they so
www.cdfund.org                       desperately need.

                                     The Linking A.R.M.S.™ program helps women of any age
                                     who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, at any
                                     stage of the disease. Financial assistance is granted to
                                     women who meet CancerCare’s financial eligibility
                                     criteria. All CancerCare services, including education and
ww5.komen.org                        counseling, are always free.


                                     Breast Cancer Care Foundation (BCCF) is to facilitate
                                     access to breast cancer care and ancillary services for
                                     women and men in the Washington, DC metropolitan
                                     area who are underserved, uninsured, or otherwise have
                                     insufficient financial resources for comprehensive breast
www.breastcancercarefoundation.org   health care.
                                     Breast Cancer Care Foundation (BCCF) is to facilitate
                                     access to breast cancer care and ancillary services for
                                     women and men in the Washington, DC metropolitan
                                     area who are underserved, uninsured, or otherwise have
                                     insufficient financial resources for comprehensive breast
www.breastcancercarefoundation.org   health care.


                                     The African American Health Program is committed to
                                     eliminating health disparities and improving the number
                                     and quality of years of life for African Americans in
www.onehealthylife.org               Montgomery County, Maryland



                                     The United Breast Cancer Foundation financially supports
                                     a variety of programs dedicated to breast cancer
                                     screening and prevention, treatment and patient health
www.ubcf.info                        and well-being.




                                     Excellent Resource. Will do home visits.




                                     Breast Health Throughout the Life Cycle Connie Ziegfeld,
                                     M.S., R.N. Cancer Now You're Cooking! How Diet Can
www.hopkinsbreastcenter.org          Improve Cancer Symptoms Linda Lee, M.D., A.G.A.F

                                     Eating Hints is written for individuals who is about to get,
                                     or is now getting, cancer treatment. It has hints about
                                     common types of eating problems, along with ways to
www.cancer.gov                       manage them.




                                     The Black Women's Health Imperative (Imperative) is the
                                     only organization devoted solely to advancing the health
                                     and wellness of America's 19.5 million Black women and
                                     girls through advocacy, community health and wellness
www.blackwomenshealth.org            education and leadership development.




                                     Dedicated to ending breat cancer through grassroot
www.stopbreastcancer.org             action, advocacy, and education.
                                   Dedicated to ending breat cancer through grassroot
www.stopbreastcancer.org           action, advocacy, and education.

                                   Advocates and supports the prevention and early
                                   detection of cancer 1. by funding research that helps us
                                   better understand how to prevent cancer; 2. by educating
                                   people about how they can prevent cancer; and 3. by
                                   reaching out to communities across the country through
                                   our resources, events and partnerships with other
www.preventcancer.org              organizations




                                   Supports patients and their familes providing education
www.ocrf.org                       programs and raise awareness of the disease.




                                   The Prostate Cancer Foundation is the leading
                                   philanthropic organization funding and accelerating
www.pcf.org                        research globally.


                                   The National AIDS Fund exists to leverage resources,
                                   develop leadership and advocacy, and foster community
                                   innovation to prevent new HIV infections and care for
www.aidsfund.org                   people living with HIV/AIDS.



                                   Uniting Against Lung Cancer (Uniting) funds innovative
                                   lung cancer research to find a cure for the nation's
                                   leading cancer killer. We also work to increase
                                   awareness of the disease, including in people who have
www.unitingagainstlungcancer.org   never smoked.
                                   Lists major cancer centers in the United States and
                                   provides information about the diagnosis and treatment of
www.cancerlinksusa.com             cancer for newly diagnosed patients.



                                   FORCE was founded on the principle that no one should
                                   have to face hereditary breast and ovarian cancer alone.
                                   We are the only national non-profit dedicated to improving
                                   the lives of individuals and families affected by hereditary
www.facingourrisk.org              breast and ovarian cancer.
                        FORCE was founded on the principle that no one should
                        have to face hereditary breast and ovarian cancer alone.
                        We are the only national non-profit dedicated to improving
                        the lives of individuals and families affected by hereditary
www.facingourrisk.org   breast and ovarian cancer.

                        The Project to End Prostate Cancer, we commit ourselves
                        not only to reduce prostate cancer or alleviate the pain
                        from the disease but to end it. We see a future where all
                        men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer will
                        be cured or manage their illness with good quality of life,
                        with the support they need to minimize physical and
                        emotional suffering and to cope effectively throughout
zerocancer.org          their cancer journeys.




                        Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education &
                        Support Network is a grassroots, registered 501(c)(3) non-
                        profit prostate cancer education and support network of
                        325 support group chapters worldwide, providing men
                        and their families with free information, materials and
                        peer-to-peer support so they can make informed choices
                        on detection, treatment options and coping with ongoing
                        survivorship. The organization was founded in 1990 by
www.ustoo.com           five men who had been treated for prostate cancer.


                        Its mission is to increase awareness to the too often
                        ignored fact that African American Men in Washington
                        Area are dying from Prostate Cancer at a rate higher than
                        white men living in the city and higher than all men (of all
                        races) nationally. DC has the second highest prostate
thefacesproject.org     cancer rate in the world, second to Nairobi, Kenya




                        The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance educates health
                        care professionals and raises public awareness of the
www.ovariancancer.org   signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer




                        provides free, professional support services to anyone
                        affected by cancer: people with cancer, caregivers,
                        children, loved ones, and the bereaved. CancerCare
                        programs—including counseling, education, financial
                        assistance and practical help—are provided by trained
                        oncology social workers and are completely free of
www.lungcancer.org      charge.
                                  provides free, professional support services to anyone
                                  affected by cancer: people with cancer, caregivers,
                                  children, loved ones, and the bereaved. CancerCare
                                  programs—including counseling, education, financial
                                  assistance and practical help—are provided by trained
                                  oncology social workers and are completely free of
www.lungcancer.org                charge.




                                  To provide effective mediation and arbitration services to
                                  patients to remove obstacles to healthcare including
                                  medical debt crisis, insurance access issues and
                                  employment issues for patients with chronic, debilitating
patientadvocate.org               and life-threatening illnesses.

                                  US Department of Labor free consulting service for
askjan.org                        disabled persons seeking employment




                                  Maryland Residents Only. Financial support for
                                  screening/diagnostics to eligible patients. May provide up
                                  to $850.00 for biopsy. Must provide medical letter &
abcf.org                          mammogram results.




                                  For breast cancer patients undergoing treatment at BCC.
                                  Offers limited stipends for basic necessities (rent, utilties,
www.gwdocs.com                    transportation) medications.
www.cancersupportfoundation.org




                                  Excellent resource. Offer financial assistance for rent/food
                                  etc. Send detailed letter to Ms. Kless, (email ok) Be
www.crittersforthecure.com        specific regarding requests.




                                  Provides free, temporary housing for adult cancer
www.cancer.org                    patients undergoing treatment and their caregivers



                                  Offers finanical assistance to cover products as well as
                                  related services.
dhcf.dc.gov                   May assist in financial matters / health care insurance




                              TANF is a block grant program to help move recipients
                              into work and turn welfare into a program of temporary
                              assistance. TANF provides assistance and work
                              opportunities to needy families by granting States the
                              Federal funds and wide flexibility to develop and
www.acf.hhs.gov               implement their own welfare programs.


                              Food & Friends prepares, packages and delivers meals
                              and groceries to people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and
                              other life-challenging illnesses throughout Washington,
www.foodandfriends.org        DC and in several counties in Virginia & Mayland

                              Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational
                              organization providing food relief and some limited
                              financial support to communities throughout the United
                              States. Refer to web site for area ministries. There are
                              multiple host sites listed by proximity to zip code. They
                              may not be listed on their local maps, but contact info and
www.angelfoodministries.com   locations are listed. Excellent Resource.




                              Bread for the City offers five program services to low-
                              income residents of Washington, DC: food and clothing
                              distribution, primary medical care, legal advice and
                              representation, and comprehensive social services. All
                              services are free of cost to eligible DC residents, and are
                              provided under one roof in an atmosphere of dignity and
www.breadforthecity.org       respect.



                              Martha's Table feeds hundreds of hungry, homeless
                              adults and children on the streets of Washington daily,
www.fcba.org                  through its mobile soup kitchen.
                      Martha's Table feeds hundreds of hungry, homeless
                      adults and children on the streets of Washington daily,
www.fcba.org          through its mobile soup kitchen.




                      Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
                      starting at 6:30am Charlie’s Place offers homeless
                      individuals coffee, tea and pastries. After announcement
                      and/or a presentation at 7:30am we serve a hot and
                      nutritious meal. Our breakfast program serves
                      approximately 80 individuals every morning the breakfast
charliesplacedc.org   program takes place.




                      Free meals. The program is open for showers, laundry,
                      short-term case management, and referrals 8:30am -
                      11:30am and again from 3:30pm - 7pm. Telephone and
                      computer lab available for client use and clients can
                      receive mail at this address. Breakfast is open for men
thrivedc.org          and women but dinner is for women and children only.




                      SOME (So Others Might Eat) is an interfaith, community-
                      based organization that exists to help the poor and
                      homeless of our nation's capital. We meet the immediate
                      daily needs of the people we serve with food, clothing,
                      and health care. We help break the cycle of
                      homelessness by offering services, such as affordable
                      housing, job training, addiction treatment, and counseling,
www.some.org          to the poor, the elderly and individuals with mental illness.
                      Website to find soup kitchens, low cost grocery, markets
                      accepting food stamps, community gardens, emergency
dcfoodfinder.org      groceries & free meals




                      We offer Homeless breakfast every 2nd, 3rd and 4th
www.calvarydc.net     Saturday of the month.
                              We offer Homeless breakfast every 2nd, 3rd and 4th
www.calvarydc.net             Saturday of the month.




                              Church of the Pilgrims has offered lunch to the Dupont
                              Circle area homeless and poor on Sunday afternoons.
                              From 1:00 till 1:30 PM, we offer a meal to 40-50 people
                              most of whom are men. Our lunch comprises a sack
                              lunch (sandwich, snack and a piece of fruit) and a cup of
                              soup in the winter and typically cold pasta salad in the
                              summer along with juice and coffee. We offer hygiene
www.churchofthepilgrims.org   sundries at least once a month.




                              To serve breakfast, every other Saturday morning, to the
www.kwanzaakitchen.org        needy and the homeless. 9a.m. - 11.30 a.m.




                              Every Monday morning, teams of volunteers gather to
                              serve 45-60 homeless adults to provide for their material
                              and spiritual needs in a welcoming environment. The
                              program begins with a light breakfast, followed by an hour
                              discussion about the Gospel passage from the day
                              before, and then distribution of clothing, toiletries, and
www.stmatthewscathedral.org   brown bag lunches made by volunteers.


                              Essentially we offer an hour of worship, preaching and
                              prayer beginning at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday,
                              followed by a hot breakfast meal. We provide the
                              breakfast and worship every weekday throughout the
                              year, including holidays like Christmas, New Year?s Day
www.thirdstreet.org           and Thanksgiving.




                              Loaves and Fishes, a ministry of St. Stephen and the
                              Incarnation Episcopal Church, has served lunch to the
                              hungry and homeless on Saturdays, Sundays and federal
                              holidays since 1968. The program serves the Mt.
                              Pleasant community in Washington, D.C. and is
                              supported by a number of churches and volunteer
www.loavesandfishesdc.org     organizations from around the D.C. metro area.
                            Loaves and Fishes, a ministry of St. Stephen and the
                            Incarnation Episcopal Church, has served lunch to the
                            hungry and homeless on Saturdays, Sundays and federal
                            holidays since 1968. The program serves the Mt.
                            Pleasant community in Washington, D.C. and is
                            supported by a number of churches and volunteer
www.loavesandfishesdc.org   organizations from around the D.C. metro area.

                            Distributes clothing, sanwiches & household items from
                            9.30 - 11.30 a.m. Monday thru Thursday; pantry for
                            capitol area food bank and distribute groceries on
www.stmartinsdc.org         thursday




                            Provides high-quality meals and support services to more
                            than 4,000 homeless men and women in Washington DC
www.miriamskitchen.org      each year.




                            The Meals On Wheels Association of America is the
                            oldest and largest national organization composed of and
                            representing local, community-based Senior Nutrition
                            Programs in all 50 U.S. states, as well as the U.S.
                            Territories. There are some 5,000 local Senior Nutrition
                            Programs in the United States. These programs provide
                            well over one million meals to seniors who need them
                            each day. Some programs serve meals at congregate
                            locations like senior centers, some programs deliver
                            meals directly to the homes of seniors whose mobility is
www.mowaa.org               limited, and many programs provide both services.




                            SNAP helps put food on the table for some 31 million
                            people per month in FY 2009. It provides low-income
                            households with electronic benefits they can use like cash
                              SNAP helps put food on the table for some 31 million
                              people per month in FY 2009. It provides low-income
                              households with electronic benefits they can use like cash
                              at most grocery stores. SNAP is the cornerstone of the
                              Federal food assistance programs, and provides crucial
                              support to needy households and to those making the
www.fns.usda.gov              transition from welfare to work.




                              The mission of the Capital Area Food Bank is to feed
                              those who suffer from hunger in the Washington, D.C.
                              Metropolitan Area by acquiring food and distributing it
                              through our network of member agencies; and to
                              educate, empower and enlighten the community about
www.capitalareafoodbank.org   the issues of hunger and nutrition.


                              D.C. Hunger Solutions, founded by the Food Research
                              and Action Center (FRAC) in 2002 as a separately staffed
                              and funded initiative, seeks to create a hunger-free
                              community and thereby improve the nutrition, health,
                              economic security, and well-being of low-income District
www.dchunger.org              residents.




                              The SHARE Food Network distributes high quality,
                              affordable nutritious food as a way to build community
                              and strengthen families. Organized through 320 churches
                              and community groups, participants perform two hours of
                              volunteer service and pay $20.00 monthly to purchase
www.sharedc.org               groceries worth approximately $40.00 - $45.00
                              Whether you're a consumer looking for personal
                              assistance, or a business looking for nutrition consulting,
                              use this search tool to identify a nutrition provider for your
www.eatright.org              specific needs.
                              Registered dietitian provides free phone counseling 8am-
www.cancer.org                5pm to anyone touched by cancer
                              Free or inexpensive dietary/nutritional supplements for
                              low-income people. Includes Ensure, PediaSure and
                              others.
                         Free or reduced cost nutritional supplements. Must meet
                         criteria. Physican referrals required.

                         Free whole foods cooking and nutrition programs for
                         cancer patients (instruction, demonstrations, and
smithfarm.com            educational materials)




                         Eviction Prevention is part of our mission on ending
                         homelessness. Bethesda Cares works to keep people
www.bethesdacares.com    from becoming homeless.




                         Free monthly food packages for qualifeied seniors and
www.fns.usda.gov         low income people; DC residents only




                         Free groceries/meals for senior DC residents (60 and
www.emmausdc.org         older)




www.mannafood.org        Free food/meals to those in need ; referrals needed


                         Along with nutrition counseling, Food & Friends prepares,
                         packages and delivers meals and groceries to more than
                         2,800 people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-
www.foodandfriends.org   challenging illnesses throughout Washington, DC,
                               SHARE Food Network is an amazing and unique program
                               that is open to everyone. SHARE distributes high quality
                               affordable and nutritious food as a way to build
                               community and strengthen families. Whether you would
                               like to save money on groceries, volunteer in the
                               community, or promote health and wellness, it's worth
www.sharedc.org                getting involved with SHARE!




                               The mission of The Compassionate Friends is to assist
                               families toward the positive resolution of grief following
                               the death of a child of any age and to provide information
www.compassionatefriends.org   to help others be supportive.




                               The Dougy Center provides support in a safe place where
                               children, teens, young adults, and their families grieving a
www.dougy.org                  death can share their experiences.
                               free access to over 4,000 pages of high-quality education
                               materials about end-of-life care, palliative medicine, and
                               hospice care, including the full text of several books. We
                               provide education both for the general public and for
www.growthhouse.org            health care professionals

                               A website with support for kids to help them deal with
                               grief and other losses, share artwork and stories; owned
kidsaid.com                    by GriefNet.
                               Online community of almost 50 support groups and two
                               websites for people dealing with grief, death and other
griefnet.org                   losses.



                               The mission of Christ House is to provide comprehensive
                               health care to sick, homeless men and women from the
                               District of Columbia, and to assist them in addressing
christhouse.org                critical issues to help break the cycle of homelessness.

                               Well child checkups, immunizations, urgent medical care,
www.childrensnational.org      special needs care.
                            Physical exams, early developmental testing,
                            immunizations, diagonsis and treatment, special needs
www.childrensnational.org   care.

                            Physical exams, early developmental testing,
                            immunizations, diagnosis and treatment, special needs
www.childrensnational.org   care.




                            We serve as a medical home for nearly 5,000 patients
                            each year, as we address physical, social, and economic
                            barriers to health and well-being. We have medical
                            providers, social services staff, and mental health
                            counselors, who work collaboratively to meet the needs of
www.crhs.org                our patients.




                            La Clinica del Pueblo is a non-profit, federally qualified
                            health center that serves the Latino and immigrant
                            populations of the Washington, DC metro area. Our
                            mission is to provide culturally appropriate health services
                            to persons in the Latino community regardless of their
lcdp.org                    ability to pay.




                            Community of Hope has provided hope and stability to
                            low-income and homeless adults and children in DC. Our
                            holistic range of programs - from healthcare to housing
                            with supportive services and programs promoting strong
www.communityofhopedc.org   families.


                            Mary’s Center serves low-income, immigrant families
                            whose linguistic and cultural needs would otherwise go
                            unmet by public or private health care systems.All our
                            social and educational services are provided at no cost,
                            and no one is turned away from our medical services for
www.maryscenter.org         lack of payment.
                            Mary’s Center serves low-income, immigrant families
                            whose linguistic and cultural needs would otherwise go
                            unmet by public or private health care systems.All our
                            social and educational services are provided at no cost,
                            and no one is turned away from our medical services for
www.maryscenter.org         lack of payment.


                            The mission of Capital Hospice is to improve care for
                            those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of
                            patients and their families, public education and public
                            advocacy. Serving more than 1,000 people daily living
                            with advanced illness in Washington, DC, Northern
www.capitalhospice.org      Virginia, and Prince George's County, MD




                            Founded in 1888 as The Home for The Incurables, our
                            nonprofit,charitable organization pioneered the concept of
                            comfort carefor chronically and terminally illpeople in the
www.thewashingtonhome.org   DC metro area.




                            Montgomery Hospice is a nonprofit hospice serving
                            residents of Montgomery County, Maryland. Our team of
                            doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, spiritual counselors,
                            social workers, certified nursing assistants, bereavement
                            counselors and volunteers works with our patients and
                            their families to provide quality end-of-life care in homes,
                            extended care facilities and at Casey House, our acute
www.montgomeryhospice.org   care facility.



                            Hospice Foundation of America provides leadership in the
                            development and application of hospice and its
                            philosophy of care with the goal of enhancing the U.S.
www.hospicefoundation.org   health care system and the role of hospice within it.




                            The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
                            (NHPCO) is the largest nonprofit membership
                            organization representing hospice and palliative care
                            programs and professionals in the United States. The
                            organization is committed to improving end of life care
                            and expanding access to hospice care with the goal of
                            profoundly enhancing quality of life for people dying in
www.nhpco.org               America and their loved ones.
                            The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
                            (NHPCO) is the largest nonprofit membership
                            organization representing hospice and palliative care
                            programs and professionals in the United States. The
                            organization is committed to improving end of life care
                            and expanding access to hospice care with the goal of
                            profoundly enhancing quality of life for people dying in
www.nhpco.org               America and their loved ones.




                            Men and women come to Joseph's House directly from a
                            hospital, hospice program, clinic, or shelter and are
www.josephshouse.org        seriously ill with AIDS, cancer or another terminal illness.




                            We help people recuperate in our rehabilitation unit to
                            return to their homes.We give them safe haven in our
                            long-term care and special care units when aging and
                            illness limit their independence.We comfort them with
www.communityhospices.org   hospice care through their final stages of living.




                            Hospice Foundation of America meets its mission by
                            conducting programs of professional development, public
                            education and information, research, publications and
                            health policy issues. Our programs for health care
                            professionals assist those who cope either personally or
                            professionally with terminal illness, death, and the
                            process of grief, and are offered on a national or regional
                            basis. Our programs for the public assist individual
                            consumers of health care who are coping with issues of
www.hospicefoundation.org   caregiving, terminal illness, and grief.

www.nih.gov                 Good resource for un-insured patients



                            Dr. Huerta's Cancer Prevention Clinic, based at the WCI,
                            has been open to patients since July 1994. In that time,
                            over 6,000 patients have visited the clinic and the
www.whcenter.org            overwhelming majority of them are of Hispanic origin.




                            The Georgetown University LCCC is the only NCI-
                            designated comprehensive cancer center serving the
                            greater metropolitan Washington, DC area. The LCCC
                            The Georgetown University LCCC is the only NCI-
                            designated comprehensive cancer center serving the
                            greater metropolitan Washington, DC area. The LCCC
                            region encompasses six Maryland counties, five Virginia
                            counties, several Virginia municipalities, and the District
lombardi.georgetown.edu     of Columbia.



                            MedStar Research Institute (MRI) is the research center
                            for MedStar Health, the Baltimore/Washington area's
www.medstarresearch.org     largest health care delivery system.




                            Children’s National Medical Center is the only exclusive
                            provider of pediatric care in the metropolitan Washington
www.childrensnational.org   area


                            HUH is the nation's only teaching hospital located on the
                            campus of a historically Black university. It offers medical
                            students a superior learning environment and
                            opportunities to observe or participate in ground-breaking
                            clinical and research work with professionals who are
www.huhealthcare.com        changing the face of health care.


                            The mission of The George Washington University
                            Hospital is to provide high-quality healthcare, advanced
                            technology and world class service to our patients in an
                            academic medical center dedicatedto education and
www.gwhospital.com          research.


                            The unique aspect of Howard University Cancer Center
                            (HUCC) is our natural ability and strength to address
                            cancer disparities with an emphasis on those cancers that
cancer.howard.edu           disproportionately impact African-Americans, in particular.




                            The GW Cancer Institute takes a comprehensive
                            approach to this complex disease. GWCI combines the
                            myriad of cancer resources at The George Washington
                            University into a unified force in the prevention, diagnosis
                            and treatment of cancer, as well as life after cancer. High
                            technology clinical care is delivered with a
www.gwumc.edu               compassionate, personal touch.
                                       The GW Cancer Institute takes a comprehensive
                                       approach to this complex disease. GWCI combines the
                                       myriad of cancer resources at The George Washington
                                       University into a unified force in the prevention, diagnosis
                                       and treatment of cancer, as well as life after cancer. High
                                       technology clinical care is delivered with a
www.gwumc.edu                          compassionate, personal touch.




                                       National Rehabilitation Hospital specializes in treating
                                       persons with physical disabilities caused by spinal cord
                                       and brain injuries, stroke, arthritis, amputation, multiple
                                       sclerosis, post-polio syndrome, sports injuries, and other
www.nrhrehab.org                       neurological and orthopedic conditions.


                                       Providence Hospital is the longest continuously operating
                                       hospital in the Nation's Capital. Our strengths in medicine,
                                       surgery, and diagnostics blend with our values and
                                       commitment to human dignity to provide healthcare you
www.provhosp.org                       can have faith in.


                                       Georgetown University Hospital is a not-for-profit, acute-
                                       care teaching and research hospital with 609 beds
www.georgetownuniversityhospital.org   located in Northwest Washington, D.C.


                                       Sibley is a non-profit, full service 328 bed acute care
                                       community hospital serving the Washington, DC area.
                                       Our campus is also home to our assisted living residence,
                                       Grand Oaks and The Sibley Renaissance which houses
                                       our Center for Rehabilitation Medicine, Sibley Senior
                                       Services, skilled nursing care and a residential
www.sibley.org                         Alzheimer's unit.




                                       The Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer
                                       Center, part of Georgetown University Medical Center
                                       and Georgetown University Hospital, seeks to improve
                                       the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancer
                                       through innovative basic and clinical research, patient
                                       care, community education and outreach, and the training
lombardi.georgetown.edu                of cancer specialists of the future.
                           This tertiary care teaching facility provides acute general
                           and specialized services in medicine, surgery, neurology
                           and psychiatry, as well offering nursing home care unit
                           treatment. The medical center also oversees a satellite
www.washingtondc.va.gov    Substance Abuse Clinic and three Vet Centers.




www.wramc.amedd.army.mil


                           Our team at Washington Cancer Institute partners with
                           our patients in their fight against cancer. As the region's
                           choice in cancer care, we use the latest technologies and
www.whcenter.org           procedures to tackle the toughest cases.


                           Washington Hospital Center is the largest private hospital
                           in the nation’s capital. The Hospital Center was founded
                           in March 1958, when three specialty hospitals merged to
www.whcenter.org           form a single institution.




                           Provides basic transportation for seniors & handicapped
                           who cannot access traditional transportation systems.
                           Offer transports to medical appointments, visits to social
                           service agencies etc. To use the service, people must
                           contact the Lead Agencies that serve the wards where
                           they live. This is available through the DC Dept on Aging.
dcoa.dc.gov                There is now availability to enter requests on-line.


                           MetroAccess is a shared ride transit service for people
                           who are unable to use fixed-route public transportation
                           due to disability. Eligibility requirements are listed in detail
                           on web-site. On-line requests. *Eligibility changes, check
www.wmata.com              web-site for updates.



                           The American Cancer Society Road to Recovery program
                           provides transportation to and from treatment for
                           individuals with cancer. Volunteer drivers donate time and
www.cancer.org             the use of their cars.
                                  The American Cancer Society Road to Recovery program
                                  provides transportation to and from treatment for
                                  individuals with cancer. Volunteer drivers donate time and
www.cancer.org                    the use of their cars.

                                  Connect-A-Ride (CAR) is a free information and referral
                                  clearinghouse of transportation options for adults age 50
                                  and over in Montgomery County, MD and Arlington
www.jcagw.org                     &Fairfax Counties, VA
                                  Program is volunteer based. Service is for lesbian women
                                  affected by cancer who need transportation to and from
                                  their treament. For ambulatory patients only. Will
                                  transport DC client into VA & MD. Serves DC and near
www.mautnerproject.org            suburbs.

                                  Train service on three lines from Washington to eight
                                  Maryland Counties and West Virginia. Weekday only
                                  service. All trains are handicap accessible, half of stations
www.mtamaryland.com               are accessible. Areas served- Suburban MD into DC

                                  Offering limited transportation services to medical
                                  appointments for seniors (age 60 and over) in Wards 1
www.barneyneighborhoodhouse.org   and 4 of Washington, DC. Handicapped Accessible




                                  Offers District seniors sliding-scale vouchers for use with
                                  selected radio dispatched taxi companies. Enrollment
                                  must be made through IONA. Call for application. Must
                                  supply proof of income.
                                  Provides transportation assistance for Maryland
www.cancersupportfoundation.org   residents.
                                  Bethesda Help volunteers use their own cars to doctor
                                  and social-service appointments free of charge to those
                                  who cannot afford cab fare. Ask that you call one week
www.bethesdahelp.org              prior to the needed service date.
                               Services provided to all, regardless of race. Free
                               transportation service (medical, recreation, shopping) for
                               low-income seniors ages 55 and older on Tuesdays and
                               Thursdays, 8AM- 4PM, when schedule allows. User
www.casademaryland.org         Friendly Web-site.
                               Transportation is provided to persons for medical and
                               social service appointments. Three day advance notice
                               must be received. Serves zip codes 20871, 20872,
www.hometown.aol.com           20876, 2088.




                               Provides curb-to-curb transportation for senior citizens,
                               people with developmental disabilities and the general
                               public. Advance reservations are necessary. The service
                               operates Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. in
www.districtheights.org        Prince George's County.


                               Provides curb to curb service for seniors and disabled
                               residents of Prince Geroge's County for $1 round trip.
                               Wheelchair accessible. Reserve transportation 2-3 weeks
www.princegergescountymd.gov   in advance. No application process.




                               Provided by the DC Office on Aging, the DC ADRC is a
                               ―no wrong door‖ program in collaboration with other
                               government agencies and private organizations to provide
                               one central location for services assisting District
                               residents age 60 and older and persons with disabilities
                               age 18 and older. A directory listing of services and
                               support resources for the elderly and persons with
dcoa.dc.gov                    disabilities.




                               MTM is responsible for all Non-emergency transportation
                               within the metropolitan area consisting of the city of
                               Washington DC, the suburbs of Montgomery and Prince
                               Georges County in Maryland and Northern Virginia
www.mtm-inc.net                counties of Fairfax, Arlington and the City of Alexandria.
                              MTM is responsible for all Non-emergency transportation
                              within the metropolitan area consisting of the city of
                              Washington DC, the suburbs of Montgomery and Prince
                              Georges County in Maryland and Northern Virginia
www.mtm-inc.net               counties of Fairfax, Arlington and the City of Alexandria.




                              AHC is a nonprofit developer of affordable housing in the
                              mid-Atlantic region that provides quality homes for low-
                              and moderate-income families.AHC also offers a variety
                              of programs, including homeownership opportunities and
                              home improvement services for low- and moderate-
                              income homeowners; and services for residents, including
www.ahcinc.org                after-school programs, tutoring and adult workshops.


                              Dinner every day: 5:30PM; Shelter open 7am-7pm,
                              allowed entrance at 4pm; Referrals available for residents
                              Mon-Fri: 6am-9am Free meals. Dinner served every day
                              at 5:30. Provide written food referrals to women who've
newhopeministriesdc.org       stayed in the shelter for at least one week.




                              Provides food, shelter, clothing and medical care. CCNV
                              is also committed to protecting the rights of the homeless,
                              advocating on behalf of the underserved, and preparing
                              homeless men and woman to re-enter into mainstream
                              society as skilled and productive citizens. Services
                              offered include; drug and alcohol rehabilitation; medical,
                              mental health and dental care; education and and cultural
users.erols.com               activities.




                              • A daytime Drop-In Center for homeless men • The
                              HIV/AIDS Initiative • Hypothermia Unit & Myriad of other
                              programs & initiatives • Emergency Food, Rental and
www.fathermckennacenter.org   Utility Assistance




                              Provides housing for women in need, women who have
                              been chronically homeless & women who are in recovery
www.calvaryservices.org       from addiction and requires a referral for entry
                          Provides housing for women in need, women who have
                          been chronically homeless & women who are in recovery
www.calvaryservices.org   from addiction and requires a referral for entry




                          Provides housing and intensive services in Washington,
                          DC to help woman, children and families overcome
www.houseofruth.org       homelessness, domestic violence and abuse.




                          Mi Casa's mission is to provide affordable housing
                          opportunities for low-and moderate-income households in
                          Washington DC in order to foster healthy and thriving
www.micasa-inc.org        communities.




                          HCS is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization founded in 1972
                          to provide comprehensive housing counseling, training,
                          advocacy, technical assistance and housing opportunities
                          for low and moderate-income homebuyers, homeowners,
                          and tenants; to help them achieve successful living in
www.housingetc.org        healthy, safe and affordable homes.




                          The Resource Center provides free legal information to
                          both unrepresented landlords and unrepresented tenants
                          who have residential housing disputes. Volunteer
                          attorneys:help self-represented persons understand court
                          proceedings; assist self-represented persons prepare
                          pleadings; coach self-represented persons how best to
                          present cases in court; provide information on how to
                          obtain continuances and retain counsel; make referrals to
                          legal service providers in appropriate cases; & inform low-
                          income litigants of financial and other social service
                          resources that might be available and refer them to the
www.dcbar.org             appropriate resources.
                          Office of the People's Counsel provides to DC consumers
                          of natural gas, electricity and telecommunications
www.opc-dc.gov            services e.g. utility disputes




                          Transcend Services, Inc. is a centralized resource for
                          individuals with transportation and interpretation needs.
                          From ambulatory and wheelchair transport to on-site
                          language interpretation, we provide solutions that are
                          convenient, cost effective and tailored to your
                          requirements. Serving Maryland, Washington DC,
transcendservice.com      Northern Virginia, Delaware and beyond.
                          People with disabilities who have a valid Metro Disability
                          ID card may ride for half the regular fare on Metrorail, and
                          for 85¢ cash, or 75¢ paying with SmarTrip®, on regular
                          Metrobus routes, and for discounted fare on other
                          participating bus service providers. For information on
                          how to obtain an ID card, please see our Metro Disability
www.wmata.com             ID Card FAQs.




                          To provide effective mediation and arbitration services to
                          patients to remove obstacles to healthcare including
                          medical debt crisis, insurance access issues and
                          employment issues for patients with chronic, debilitating
                          and life-threatening illnesses. We assist patients with:
                          Medical Debt Crisis,Insurance Access Issues,Job
www.patientadvocate.org   Retention Issues


                          Medicare is a health insurance program for: people age
                          65 or older, people under age 65 with certain disabilities,
                          and people of all ages with End-Stage Renal Disease
                          (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a kidney
                          transplant). Medicaid is available only to certain low-
                          income individuals and families who fit into an eligibility
                          group that is recognized by federal and state law.
                          Medicaid does not pay money to you; instead, it sends
                          payments directly to your health care providers.
                          Depending on your state's rules, you may also be asked
                          to pay a small part of the cost (co-payment) for some
www.cms.gov               medical services.
                                    and people of all ages with End-Stage Renal Disease
                                    (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a kidney
                                    transplant). Medicaid is available only to certain low-
                                    income individuals and families who fit into an eligibility
                                    group that is recognized by federal and state law.
                                    Medicaid does not pay money to you; instead, it sends
                                    payments directly to your health care providers.
                                    Depending on your state's rules, you may also be asked
                                    to pay a small part of the cost (co-payment) for some
www.cms.gov                         medical services.



                                    Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federally
                                    run benefits program that provides aid to people who are
                                    unable to achieve gainful employment due to a
www.socialsecurity-disability.org   permanent disabling condition.




                                    The DC Healthcare Alliance offers a full range of health
                                    care services for its members. Benefits include: inpatient
                                    hospital care, outpatient medical care (including
                                    preventive care), emergency services, urgent care
                                    services, prescription drugs, rehabilitative services, home
                                    health care, dental services, specialty care, and wellness
dhcf.dc.gov                         programs.




www.cms.gov




                                    Free health insurance to uninsured children under the age
dc.healthcareforyou.org             of 19 and their parents /guardians

                                    a new program in Maryland called the Primary Adult Care
                                    Program or PAC for short. PAC offers health services to
                                    people 19 and over who make limited amounts of money
dhmh.state.md.us                    each year.
                               Smith Farm Center's retreats and programs offer choices
                               in healing, provide emotional support, enhance living, and
                               complement mainstream medical care. Smith Farm offers
                               individual counseling and education to improve access to
                               care and enhance the treatment experience of
smithfarm.com                  underserved communities.




                               The Center is working to create a more effective,
                               comprehensive and compassionate model of healthcare
cmbm.org                       and health education.


                               The center is dedicated to creating a healing environment
                               in which patients have access to a variety of
                               complementary and alternative therapies to promote
integrativemedicinedc.com      healing and wellness.

                               Gguide to the art & science of Mind/Body healing. Our
                               goal is to help you improve your health and your life. We
                               will teach you how to use the power of your own healing
                               mind to reduce your stress & anxiety, relieve pain, change
www.thehealingmind.org         lifestyle habits, and live with more wellness.




                               OCCAM is responsible for NCI’s research agenda in
                               complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) as it
                               relates to cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and
www.cancer.gov                 symptom management.


                               The Cancer Support Community is an international non-
                               profit dedicated to providing support, education and hope
                               to people affected by cancer. Services including support
                               groups, counseling, education and healthy lifestyle
www.thewellnesscommunity.org   programs.
                           Supports physicians who work to care for the whole
                           person, body, mind and spirit; integrates conventional and
                           complementary therapies; information for the public;
www.holisticmedicine.org   physican finder.




                           Offers information about music therapy ans support for
musictherapy.org           people with illness; includes a music therapist locator




                           Offers weeklong residental programs to help people with
                           cancer live better and longer; offers information on
www.commonweal.org         balanced healing, main-stream and complementary.




                           Licensed Acupuncturist; herbal medicine, qi gong




                           The Wendt Center for Loss and Healing is a premier
                           resource for restoring hope and healthy functioning to
                           adults, teens and children who are coping with grief, loss
                           and trauma. We provide mental health counseling,
                           training and education, crisis response and case
                           management services to ease the impact of illness, loss,
www.wendtcenter.org        and traumatic events.

                           Cancer support programs; a variety of practitioners,
                           including holistic physicians, naturopaths, acupuncturist,
www.nihadc.com             nutritionist and dentists.
                           Dress for Success Washington D.C. (DFS DC) serves the
                           Washington, DC metropolitan area including Prince
                           Georges and Montgomery Counties in Maryland;
                           Arlington, Alexandria and Fairfax Counties in Northern
                           Virginia. There are two primary suiting opportunities for
                           clients, 1) when she starts looking for a job and 2) when
www.dressforsuccess.org    she gets the job and before her first day.




                           Goodwill of Greater Washington's mission is to educate,
                           train, employ and place people with disadvantages and
                           disabilities, creating a stronger workforce and a more vital
                           community while building dignity for the people we serve
www.dcgoodwill.org         through the removal of barriers to personal success.


                           Working directly in 7 homeless and/or domestic violence
                           shelters in DC, Prince George’s County, JHP helps
                           people transition from dependency to self-sufficiency
www.jobshavepriority.org   through education, job development and support.




                           Jubilee Jobs has been a place of hope and support for
                           disadvantaged job-seekers throughout metropolitan
                           Washington. We provide compassionate, skilled job
                           preparation and placement services to people who need it
                           most, including ex-offenders, welfare recipients,
jubileejobs.org            immigrants, the homeless and the formerly addicted.




                           Our mission is to use food as a tool to strengthen bodies,
                           empower minds, and build communities. Our programs
                           provide a comprehensive continuum of care to the people
                           we serve. First, we provide breakfast, outreach, and
                           counseling services to chronically homeless people living
www.dccentralkitchen.org   on the streets. Job training/ adult education services




grm.org                    Provides career development, drug & alcohol treatment
grm.org            Provides career development, drug & alcohol treatment


                   ARCH serves primarily in Ward 8, east of the Anacostia
                   River, ensuring individuals and families have access to
                   quality education, livable wage jobs, affordable housing
                   access to effective health and social services. Providing
                   educational enhancement and skills training that result in
www.archdc.org     livable wage jobs.


                   Goodwill® offers customized job training, employment
                   placement and other services to people who have
                   disabilities, lack education or job experience, or face
www.goodwill.org   employment challenges.




                   V.W. Associates (VWA), is a community-based, non-profit
                   501c3, minority, "Woman-owned," small business that
                   specializes in Job Placement Assistance through
                   Computer and Cable Training for a very special clientele.
                   VWA provides community integration services for the Ex-
www.vwassoc.org    Offender and the Hard-to-Serve population.


                   OIC/DC provides literacy, occupational skills training, job
                   readiness, placement services, and strength based case
                   management services to hundreds of DC residents with
                   multiple barriers to employment. The purpose of the
                   OIC/DC Training Centers is to focus on occupational skills
                   training and job placement for disadvantaged youth and
www.oicdc.org      adults, ages 14 and above.




                   The Academy of Hope provides a variety of programs and
                   services to meet the needs of our adult learners. Our
                   Adult Education Programs focus on the following: * Adult
                   Basic Education (ABE) * General Educational
                   Development (GED) * External Diploma Program (EDP) *
                   Pathways to College Success We also offer Education
                   Services to assist our adult learners in attaining their
                   educational goals, including: * Computer Training *
                   Workplace Literacy Project in partnership with Literacy
                   Volunteers and Advocates * Career Assessment and
www.aohdc.org      Planning
                   services to meet the needs of our adult learners. Our
                   Adult Education Programs focus on the following: * Adult
                   Basic Education (ABE) * General Educational
                   Development (GED) * External Diploma Program (EDP) *
                   Pathways to College Success We also offer Education
                   Services to assist our adult learners in attaining their
                   educational goals, including: * Computer Training *
                   Workplace Literacy Project in partnership with Literacy
                   Volunteers and Advocates * Career Assessment and
www.aohdc.org      Planning




                   The Center for Empowerment and Employment Training
                   (CEET) is a 501 ( c)(3) nonprofit organization that was
                   created to provide educational and job training services to
                   low income and disadvantaged adults of the Washington,
                   DC Metropolitan Area. CEET provides custom-tailored
                   training in the following areas: * Specialized Job Training
                   (Customer Service and Sales, preparation for A+
                   Certification examination, Automated skills training (Word,
                   Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Introduction to Basic
                   Computer Skills and the Internet) * GED Preparatory
                   classes (Mathematics, Science, Personal Development
                   seminars, Language Arts, Social Studies, General GED
                   Studies * Adult Basic Education classes
                   (Reading/Remedial Reading) –offered during the day year
                   round * Communication classes (Business Writing, Public
                   Speaking, English Grammar) * Accounting and
                   Bookkeeping classes * Entrepreneurial Development
                   Training (How to start your own business) * Job
                   Readiness and Life Skills seminars and assistance with
www.ceet.org       job search



                   Byte Back’s mission is to improve economic opportunity
                   for low-income residents of the Washington DC area by
                   providing computer training and employment readiness
www.byteback.org   skills.




                   STRIVE DC helps chronically unemployed people in the
                   Washington, DC area transform their lives through
                   employment. STRIVE DC’s clients are adults (16 and
                   over) from the inner-city who may be school dropouts,
                   have troubled backgrounds, no work history, no income
www.strivedc.org   and, by their own assertion, no future.
                                STRIVE DC helps chronically unemployed people in the
                                Washington, DC area transform their lives through
                                employment. STRIVE DC’s clients are adults (16 and
                                over) from the inner-city who may be school dropouts,
                                have troubled backgrounds, no work history, no income
www.strivedc.org                and, by their own assertion, no future.


                                LINC helps one cancer patient at a time overcome the
                                burdens on their lives and those of their families by
                                providing assistance and referral to legal, financial and
                                community resources. This enables them to focus their
cancerlinc.org                  energies on fighting the disease.




                                Free legal assistance to low-income DC residents. Legal
                                Aid staff and volunteers provide a continuum of services
                                from client education to full representation before a court
www.legalaiddc.org              or an administrative tribunal




                                LCE has championed the dignity and rights of
                                Washington, D.C.'s elderly by providing free legal and
                                social work services to those in need — empowering,
www.aarp.org                    defending and protecting vulnerable seniors.


                                Bilingual legal help for the low-income latino community
                                and foreign born regarding immigration, domestic
ayudainc.org                    violence; English, Spanish, French, Polish spoken.




                                At the Neighborhood Legal Services Program, we strive
                                to provide the best possible legal assistance to low-
www.nlsp.org                    income residents of the District of Columbia.
                                Website oirtal that helps low and mderate-income DC
www.lawhelp.org                 residents find help for a range of legal problems




                                To provide limited help with costs of prescription cancer
                                medicines for breast cancer patients in the District of
dcpnavigatorrp.wikispaces.com   Columbia.
                                To provide limited help with costs of prescription cancer
                                medicines for breast cancer patients in the District of
dcpnavigatorrp.wikispaces.com   Columbia.




                                Chronic Disease Fund® is a non-profit, full service
                                financial and medication assistance organization. We
                                exist to improve the health and quality of life of patients
                                battling chronic disease, cancer or other life-altering
                                conditions who cannot afford the medications they so
www.cdfund.org                  desperately need.




                                The mission of NeedyMeds is to make information about
                                assistance programs available to low-income patients and
                                their advocates at no cost.Databases such as Patient
                                Assistance Programs, Disease-Based Assistance, Free
                                and Low- Clinics, government programs and other types
                                of assistance programs are the crux of the free
www.needymeds.org               information offered online.




                                This is a well know resource in pediatric/ young adult and
                                survivor programs. Camp Mak-A-Dream also hosts
                                retreats for women who are either currently undergoing or
                                have completed treatment for cancer: the Ovarian Cancer
                                Survivors Retreat and the Women's Cancer Retreat.
                                These four- and five-day retreats combine educational
                                workshops, presentations and group discussions, with fun
                                recreational activities, entertainment, art projects, off
www.campdream.org               campus excursions, great food and free time.




                                ALL WOMEN OVER 40 HAVE MAMMOGRAMS,
                                EDUCATION WORKSHOPS AT VARIOUS
                                LOCATIONS,TRANSPORTATION - 12 PERSON VAN
                                AVAILABLE TO DC RESIDENTS. (NO HANDICAPPED
                                ACCESS ) Patients with physical limitations are eligible
www.capitalbreastcare.org       for cab voucherstio ELIGIBLE FOR CAB VOUCHERS
                              Clinical Services: The following clinical services are
                              covered by the program: screening mammogram cervical
                              biopsy Pap test and pelvic exam colposcopy diagnostic
                              mammogram breast ultrasound clinical breast exam,
                              surgical consult HPV testing (when appropriate). Eligibility
                              Criteria: To be eligible to receive services under this
                              program, a woman must meet the following criteria:
                              Residency: A woman must be a Maryland resident. Age:
                              Women must be 40-64 years of age. Women over 65
                              without Medicare, or with Medicare Part A only are eligible
fha.maryland.gov              for this program.




www.breastcancerhoops.org     Comprensive diagnostic and treatment services




www.arlingtonfreeclinic.org   Free Mammograms for Clinic patients only.

                              Alexandria residents- Offer free mammograms, need
alexandriava.gov              written RX from provider




                              Free for Virginia Residents with income verification

www.sibley.org                Conducts mammograms

                              State of Maryland Grant- MD residents eligible for free
                              screening Income Verification/Insurance

                              Free mammogram for uninsured *Only one technician,
www.communityradiology.com    Provides mammogram screening for $123.00




www.ucomparehealthcare.com    Charges $110 for mammogram screening
                              Washington Radiology Associates offers expertise in a
                              full range of diagnostic medical imaging services and
                              interventional biopsy procedures. Each WRA facility is
                              staffed by subspecialized and board-certified radiologists,
www.washingtonradiology.com   skilled technologists and exceptional support staff.




                              The Mobile Mammography Program began in 1996 with a
                              generous grant from the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Its
                              goal was to make early detection of breast cancer readily
                              available to the women of the Washington metropolitan
                              area. Dedicated to providing area women with education
                              and support, this self-contained mobile unit travels to
                              corporate and community sites in the DC metropolitan
                              area, offering one-stop screening performed in a
www.gwdocs.com                comfortable, convenient environment.




                              Mammogram services available during the weekends &
                              after 5p.m.
                        Mammogram services available during the weekends &
                        after 5p.m.




                        Provides health care services to anyone in the
                        community, regardless of sexual orientation, gender
                        identity or HIV status. Compassionate medical care and
                        supportive services for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and
www.wwc.org             those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.

                        To provide quality health care to the uninsured, low
                        income, working poor, and homeless in Montgomery
mobilemedicalcare.org   County, Maryland.


                        Project WISH (Women Into Staying Healthy) is also
                        known as the DC Breast and Cervical Cancer Early
                        Detection Program (DC BCCEDP). The program provides
                        women with annual Pap tests, pelvic exams, and clinical
                        breast exams. Women 40 and over are also provided free
dchealth.dc.gov         mammograms.




                        PreventionWorks! today offers tools, information and
                        services for leading healthier lives. We provide sterile
                        injection equipment, harm reduction supplies, safe
                        disposal of used supplies, HIV testing (with results in 20
                        minutes), drug treatment referrals, wound care and safer
                        sex kits, food, education, trainings, support groups and
sites.google.com        HIV medical case management/treatment adherence.

www.hrsa.gov            Free and reduced cost healthcare
                                      At the Washington Cancer Institute, Washington Hospital
                                      Center. Call for appointment and eligibility requirements.
                                      Qualifications: Not have any breast symptoms such as
                                      lump or nipple discharge. Be aged 40 or older (younger
                                      women can participate if their mother, sister or daughter
                                      has breast cancer). Not have insurance that will pay for a
                                      mammogram. Meet income guidelines. Live in zip codes
                                      20009-20012, 20017-20019

                                      Queen Street Clinic, family practice for the medically
                                      uninsured, provides affordable healthcare for all ages and
www.queenstreetclinic.com             illnesses. Low cost mammograms.
                                      Breast Cancer Screening Program is to provide free
                                      screening services to underserved women who might
                                      otherwise do without these services because of income or
www.washingtonadventisthospital.com   insurance limitations.




                                      DC Tobacco Free Families is offering DC residents free
                                      smoking cessation counseling, nicotine patches and
                                      lozenges through its toll-free Quitline™ program. If you
                                      are interested in speaking with someone directly about
                                      quitting smoking, or want to receive information to help a
                                      friend or family member quit, call 800 QUIT NOW
                                      (Spanish-speaking callers can call 202-333-4488).
                                      Certified cessation counselors are available 24 hours a
                                      day to help you prepare to quit smoking and stay quit for
                                      good. You can sign up to enroll in our free 10-week
                                      smoking cessation program. Free patches and lozenges
                                      are available to DC residents only. Click here for
www.dctff.org                         information on the DC Quitline




                                      To educate, advocate for, empower and provide hands-on
                                      services and support to young women (15-40), before,
www.tigerlilyfoundation.org           during and after breast cancer.




                                      Offering support to women with advanced stage and/or
www.cancer.org                        metastatic cancer
                                      Offering support to women with advanced stage and/or
www.cancer.org                        metastatic cancer




                                      Offering support to individuals and their families affected
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                     mission, we seek to unify and empower the transgender,
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                     The mission of Sasha Bruce Youthwork is to improve the
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                     human services agencies, schools, and more. We provide
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                     numerous highly technical documents for the top
                     hospitals and human and health agencies in the
www.nvahec.org       Washington DC Metro area.




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