Community Resources in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia
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Adult Education and Job Training
Individuals seeking to complete their high school diploma, GED, or find assistance with growing their employment skills and job/trades training will find information to help them here. Also, learn about unemployment assistance.
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Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD) at Children’s National Hospital supports the growth and development of children with autism spectrum disorders. Learn about CASD’s resources and services.
Find resources for locating childcare centers and financial assistance for those who qualify based on income and other factors. Families seeking information on daycare or daycare vouchers, preschool, Headstart or programs for infants and toddlers will find what they need here.
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Development and Child Education
Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
Families with food/grocery needs will find information on area food banks, groceries, food stamps (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-SNAP) and the Women Infants and Children (WIC) supplemental food program.
Formerly Incarcerated Persons
Guardianship and Decision Making
Health and Mental Health
Maintaining physical and emotional health is important for all children and their families. Find information about clinics, therapists and other providers of service for primary care, medication management and urgent care needs. In addition, learn about federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) serving insured and uninsured patients.
Housing, Utility and Rent
Infant and Newborn Support and Supplies
Learn about home visiting programs, parenting classes and support, and information about child development.
Insurance and SSI
Insurance options including programs that provide funding for healthcare services with varied eligibility requirements can help individuals with their healthcare costs. In addition, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) makes monthly payment to people with low income and limited resources who have disabilities who are eligible and under 18 years old.
Medical Transportation Services
Perinatal Mental Health
People who are pregnant can learn about health care and prenatal care options. Expectant families can find information about support resources, WIC, parenting education, housing options for birthing people, baby supplies and home visiting programs.