This website from the Department of Health Care Finance provides eligibility information for DC Medicaid. It also describes the application process and lists Service Center locations.
This helpful list showcases the many museums that DC is known for. Local museums are often free or charge only a small fee.
This searchable map can help you locate a recreation center or pool near you!
The DC Professional Development Registry (DCPDR) is a resource from the Office of the State Superintendent of Education to support the professional growth of the early childhood and before/after school workforce. The DCPDR supports the workforce by providing the following: electronic portfolio...
You can use this locator map to find a Department of Human Services Service Center near you!
This searchable webpage lets you view, search and register for the programs and activities from the DC Department of Parks and Recreation. There are also tips for using the new online system.
The For Families page helps families understand what they should do if they have concerns about the development of their infant or toddler. It provides links to additional information on the program, a directory of programs, information on developmental milestones and the procedural safeguards...
The For Providers page links providers to the developmental screening (ages and Stages) questionnaires in English and Spanish, along with corresponding Strong Start developmental chart.
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.