MEET KEITH
 


“I don’t want a handout, I want to work.” A day at the Welcome Center   Keith enjoyed a happy childhood in a caring community in Maryland. Everybody knew him....

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Hot Temperature, What To Do
 


As we enjoy the beautiful weather, it’s easy to forget that scorching heat and humidity can be brutal and life-threatening for our homeless neighbors. You may not know that more....

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MEET: Aja
 


U.S. Veteran Aja Ford, who served five years in the Navy straight out of high school, was leading a comfortable life raising two sons in her native Prince George’s County,....

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Tradeswomen’s Fight for Gender Equity
 


Huffington Post Blog by Jean Michel Giraud A leading voice in the effort to combat homelessness with innovative solutions, Jean Michel has been been a contributor for the Huffington Post for since....

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MEET: Joe
 


Joe Hardin grew up poor in Kentucky and started doing farm work at eight to put food on the table and buy clothes for school. By the time he was....

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From the Shadows to the Roadmap: Empowering the Economically Invisible
 


Huffington Post Blog by Jean Michel Giraud A leading voice in the effort to combat homelessness with innovative solutions, Jean Michel has been been a contributor for the Huffington Post for since....

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MEET: Carolyn
 


To: The Supervisors and Peers of Mr. Terrence Davis I’m writing to let you know how much of a hero this man is and how much support and help he has given me.....

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NAEH Hosts Houston Mayor, Youth and Native American Leaders
 


Huffington Post Blog by Jean Michel Giraud A leading voice in the effort to combat homelessness with innovative solutions, Jean Michel has been been a contributor for the Huffington Post for since....

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MEET: Eliana
 


Eliana G came to Laurel, Maryland, from Peru 22 years ago, with the promise of a great job from a friend of a neighbor. Instead, she found herself essentially imprisoned....

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A Letter From Mr. Rawls
 


Hello, I pray all is well with you and the staff at Friendship Place. I just wanted to take the time out to thank you and all of your staff....

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Welcome Center
4713 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington DC 20016

Welcome Center Hours
Mondays: 8:30am - 11:30am and 1pm - 4pm
Tuesdays: By appointment only
Wednesdays | Thursdays: 8:30am - 11:30am and 1pm - 3pm
Fridays: Closed

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