Our Impact

Impact
 
Your support for Friendship Place has a lasting impact. In 2014, Friendship Place’s programs collectively ended or prevented homelessness for 1,038 people through creative, customized housing solutions, and empowered 233 people experiencing or at risk of homelessness to get jobs through innovative, state-of-the-art job placement services.
 

Outreach

 
Street outreach to 81 individuals, including 29 new to Friendship Place, providing everything from life-saving necessities, such as hand-warmers and bottled water, to on-the-street case management and peer support.
 

Drop-In and Free Clinic

 
Meals, coffee, basic needs, showers and laundry, phone and internet, and case management. 637 visitors, an average of more than 40 visitors a day. 494 primary care consultations and 313 psychiatric consultations.
 

Congregation-Based Shelters and Transitional Apartments

 
46 adults and 3 children. All residents who participated in our AimHire employment program graduated to stable permanent housing.
 

Direct Housing

 
Privately funded rapid rehousing and homelessness prevention. Secured private-market housing for 81 households (135 individuals, including 44 children) with average monthly income of $1,391. Prevented homelessness for 12 households (21individuals, including 9 children) with average income of $1,655.
 

Permanent Supportive Housing

 
Housing with ongoing services for highly vulnerable, formerly homeless men and women. 217 people housed, with a housing stability rate of 99%.
 

AimHire

 
Placed 117 men and women into jobs with 116 stably housed as well, with a three-month job retention rate of 86%. Five were placed in salaried positions (average of $51,069); the rest in hourly positions (average of $13.44 per hour). Also facilitated 17 increased-income placements. 28% of participants were heads of household (with spouse and/or children) and 36% were ex-offenders.
 

Veterans First

 
Rapid rehousing for 293 households (368 individuals); 88% of graduates exited successfully to permanent housing. Homelessness prevention for 115 households (261 people); 97% of graduates exited to stable housing. 89% of all households had incomes below 30% of the Area Median Income. In exit surveys, 95% of participants said they would recommend Veterans First to other veterans in need.

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phone: 202.364.1419
mail: info@friendshipplace.org

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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