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Capital Area Food Bank

Capital Area Food Bank

Food Programs

A nonprofit hunger and nutrition education resource providing food distribution and several community-building initiatives.

Capital Area Food Bank
645 Taylor Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
(202) 644-9800
Resource Area: local
Updated: 07/30/2015  [ 2504 ] 

Catholic Charities Southeast Center

Catholic Charities Southeast Center

Family Center

Our Family Centers serve as gateways to help for all types of crises and needs. Our Southeast Family Center, located in Ward 7, focuses on keeping families in their homes and working to find employment or other forms of assistance to treat long-term challenges.

Catholic Charities
220 Highview Place, SE
Washington, DC 20032
(202) 338-3100
Resource Area: local
Updated: 07/30/2015  [ 2505 ] 

DC Hunger Solutions

DC Hunger Solutions

Food Programs

A project to fight hunger and improve the nutrition, health, and well-being of children and families in the District of Columbia by informing the public about hunger and food insecurity in DC, working to boost participation in DC child nutrition programs, and working to ensure better food stamp access for more District residents. 202-986-2200x3023

Food Research and Action Center
1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 540
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 986-2200
Resource Area: local
Updated: 07/30/2015  [ 2510 ] 

AARP District of Columbia (American Association of Retired Persons)

AARP District of Columbia (American Association of Retired Persons)

Health Education Programs

Provides expert advice for people over 50 on healthy living, financial planning, consumer protection, and caring for elderly parents.

Represents people over 50 on issues like Medicare, Social Security and consumer safety.

Toll free number: 888-687-2277, Monday - Friday 7am - 12 midnight ET;

Legal Hotlines: 202-434-2120, 202-434-2170 (intake hours 9:00-5:00 EST )

AARP
601 E Street, NW, Suite A1-200
Washington, DC 20049
(202) 434-7700
Resource Area: local
Updated: 07/30/2015  [ 2571 ] 

Health Insurance Counseling Project (HICP)

Health Insurance Counseling Project (HICP)

Health Education Programs

For District of Columbia residents with Medicare, or who are 60 years or older, HICP provides a Telephone Help Line, Legal Representation (office visits and home visits), and Community Education Programs. HICP is a part of The George Washington Law School, and charges no fees for its services. Information sessions are designed to help people understand Medicare, Medicaid, and private health insurance. Sessions may be scheduled at schools, churches, senior centers, government agencies, and community groups. TTY: 202-973-1079

George Washington University
2136 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20052
(202) 739-0668
Resource Area: local
Updated: 07/30/2015  [ 2582 ] 

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