Though Marcellus Dyson has been homeless on and off for six years, he still has not lost his dreams: a legitimate job, affordable housing, and… Read more »
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Shelter in Columbia Heights to remain open during redevelopment.
Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) is a fourth-generation Washingtonian. She is serving her seventh term in the U.S. House of Representatives. Nationally recognized as a… Read more »
Hypothermia season is here, and the District government is hoping that its new plan will help prevent hypothermia-related deaths on frigid Washington, D.C. nights this… Read more »
Two organizations dedicate a week to raising awareness of homelessness in D.C.
News on homelessness and poverty from across the country
Community for Creative Non- Violence (CCNV) and a half-dozen children from ages four to 12 are wrapping up their weekly tutoring session. They are scattered… Read more »
For nearly 3.5 million Americans, high rents, low-paying jobs and health care in short supply add up to life on the streets or in homeless… Read more »
To some, McPherson Square simply the name of a Metro station. To others, McPherson Square is a lifeline. Many commuters who scurry daily along the… Read more »
An in-depth profile on N-Street Village, a D.C. provider for the homeless.
Updates on the new reforms regarding policies that affect the homeless.