Friendship Place is dedicated to supporting women at risk or experiencing homelessness in rebuilding their lives and achieving a life of stability for their self and their family. About 90% of the participants we serve in our permanent supportive housing (PSH) and rapid-rehousing programs are single mothers. Here are a few of the many ways we help women and families in our community:
Veterans First is a leading provider of rapid rehousing and homeless prevention services to veterans and their families in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. The program utilizes innovative, person centered practices to create a lasting impact toward ending and preventing veteran homelessness. Friendship Place is a recipient of the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Click here to learn more.
Families First is a program under Veterans First Division that provides self sufficiency services to Prince George’s County, Maryland veterans and veteran families. The program aims to help veteran families find stable and permanent housing through rental subsidies and intensive, wraparound case management services. Click here to learn more.
Neighbors First Families provides PSH for highly-vulnerable, chronically homeless families. All families in the program are provided with permanent housing, along with comprehensive long-term case management support that ensures their stability. Neighbors First Families gives families who have faced extreme hardship a better quality of life, in both the short and long term. Click here to learn more.
Neighbors First Individuals empowers highly-vulnerable single persons who are experiencing chronic homelessness, coupled with serious disability (mental health challenges, addictions, or physical illnesses) to transition into housing and rebuild their lives. Click here to learn more.
Veronica House is a group home that serves five formerly homeless unaccompanied women. The PSH program has been a partnership between Community Housing Trust and Friendship Place since 1994. Friendship Place staff provides intensive case management to participants at the residence.
Each of our program pages has contact information for the appropriate staff members. Not sure which program is right for you? Please call our Welcome Center staff at 202-364-1419 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.