Legal Hotline: 202-434-2170
FREE In-home COVID-19 Test Kits by mail. Residents can now order a second set of tests.
COVID-19 local in-home tests and booster shots - DC Health.
The Affordable Connectivity Program - Internet and Free Cell Phone Service
You may be eligible to receive discounted or free internet and cell phone service.
Grocery Delivery Services
Genie's Love Grocery Delivery Services
Place your grocery order online and an delivery angel will deliver your order.
Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF)
Need help paying your mortgage? Contact the DC Homeowner Assistance Fund at 202-540-7407
Website: HAF DC
Legal Aid Society
Provides free legal aid to DC residents.
Legal Counsel for the Elderly
Legal assistance for the elderly ages 60+.
DACL delivers prepared meals to adults 60 years of age or older at their homes throughout the city. The spouses of homebound adults or disabled persons who reside with these homebound adults may also be eligible to receive these meals.
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Memory Care Support
MemoryCare.comMemoryCare.com provides informational resources and support to help everyone make informed decisions about memory care.
DC Shares, a durable medical equipment recycling program, offers free mobility equipment for qualifying DC residents in need of equipment to assist with their daily mobility needs. The program both provides and accepts used mobility equipment, such as wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc. DC Shares is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Proof of DC residency is required at the time of pick up. Curbside pickup or drop off by appointment only. Please contact DC Shares for more information to see if you qualify.
Primary Care Services
Bread for the City Primary Care Clinic
1700 Good Hope Road SE, Wash., DC 20020
1525 7th Street NW, Wash., DC 20001
SSafe at Home
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
For assistance with energy utility.
Typical weatherization measures may include insulation, duct sealing, heating, and cooling systems repairs or replacement, air infiltration mitigation, and installing ENERGY STAR lighting and appliances.
Eligibility for WAP is verified by DOEE’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Once you apply for LIHEAP and indicate your interest in WAP, a DOEE representative will contact you for the next steps.