This is the Department of Mental Health's website for children, youth and family services. The website describes the different programs and services offered through the department of health.

Author: DC Department of Mental Health | Format: Website

DC has a combined application for financial assistance (TANF), supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) and medical assistance. This website also explains how you can apply and what documentation you will need during the application process.

Author: DC Department of Human Services | Format: Website

This list of community based service providers certified by the Office of Accountability. Contact information, including names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses are included.

Author: DC Department of Mental Health | Format: Website

This site for the DC Coalition for the Homeless offers information, resources and a range of residential and social services for homeless, at-risk individuals and families to return to self-sufficiency and independent living. The Coalition currently operates 13 program facilities across DC.

Author: DC Coalition for the Homeless | Format: Website

The DC Healthcare Alliance provides health care services to eligible residents of DC who do not have health insurance. Find out how to apply and application locations.

Author: DC Department of Health Care Finance | Format: Website

DC HealthCheck Provider Education System is a resource center designed to help health professionals ensure optimal growth and development in all teens and children, provide all required HealthCheck/EPSDT services at each preventive health visit, and record and document all services provided....

Author: DC HealthCheck Provider Education System | Format: Website

DC HealthCheck Provider Education System is a resource center designed to help health professionals ensure optimal growth and development in all teens and children, provide all required HealthCheck/EPSDT services at each preventive health visit and record and document all services provided. This...

Author: DC HealthCheck Provider Education System | Format: Website

The DC Healthcare Alliance provides health care services to eligible residents of DC who do not have health insurance. Find out how to apply and application locations.

Author: D.C. Healthcare Alliance and the Department of Health Care Finance | Format: Website

This program is for pregnant women and women with infants up to three months old. Services include pregnancy testing, depression screening, health education and home visits by a nurse and family support worker. Call 1 (800) MOM-BABY 1 (800) 666-2229) for information on enrolling in Healthy Start...

Author: DC Department of Health | Format: Website

This website of the DC Department of Human Services offers access to the emergency and ongoing housing support and services available to help individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of being homeless transition into or maintain permanent affordable housing.

Author: DC Department of Human Services | Format: Website