Community Resources

As we re-open, information and resources are being updated daily. Before attempting to visit any of these agencies, please make sure you call ahead or checkout their website for the most accurate and up to date information. Click on the links below to get connected to the organization website. Stay healthy and be safe!

 

Reopening Procedures

 

 

Food Assistance for Families

 

Schools in Washington D.C. are offering free meals to anyone under the age of 18. You can find a complete list of the meal sites https://dcps.dc.gov/coronavirus

Martha's Table will continue to offer no-cost groceries at The Common's Market 2375 Elvans Road SE and the Maycroft Market 1474 Columbia Road NW. For more information, visit their website.

SOME’s food pantry offers non-perishable food items and fresh produce to those who are in need of extra help. In response to COVID-19, the food pantry is currently operating by appointment only. Call 202-695-7816 or 797-8806 for more information.

The YMCA's in DC will be providing fresh produce to anyone in need, regardless of their affiliation with the YMCA. Checkout their website https://www.ymcadc.org/ .

Capital Area Food Bank visit their website at www.capitalareafoodbank.org or call 202-644-9807

Aunt Betha the social care network. Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food and etc. according to your zip code https://www.auntbertha.com/

DC Mutual Aid Network is an organization that is providing food and toiletries to families living in Ward 7 and Ward 8. For more information, check out their flier. Call to schedule an appointment 202-630-0336

Salvation Army National Capital Area 202-678-9770 or 202-332-5000

DC Food Finder 202-526-5344

Bread for the City 202-561-8587

Utilities/Emergency Assistance

 

Residents who are unable to make utility payments can apply for utility assistance online at DOEE.

Pepco is suspending service disconnections and waiving new late payment charges at least until May 1 and will be working with customers on a case-by-case basis to establish payment arrangements and identify energy assistance options call 202-833-7500

DC Water is waiving late fees and offering more lenient repayment terms for customers who fall behind on their bills during the public health emergency. 202-787-2000

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) 202-535-2600

Greater Washington Urban League DC Emergency Assistance Fund 202-832-0127

Father McKenna Center 202-842-1112

Diaper Resources

 

Martha’s Table - The Diaper Bank will be distributing diapers at The Commons 2375 Elvans Rd SE WDC 20020 on Mondays and Fridays from 11am-3pm with proof of child’s date of birth (birth certificate, enrollment in school, immunization record, etc.) Call 202-656-8503 for more information.

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