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Could There Be COVID Outbreaks in Unvaccinated Communities?

Taking a walk along the commercial streets of the District, it certainly looks like the pandemic is behind us. People stroll past diners on...

Free Counseling for Families Mourning COVID Loss

The impact of the coronavirus on the District and the nation should not be underestimated. Nearly 600,000 Americans have lost their lives to the...

Walk-Up COVID Vaccination Open to Residents 12 and Up

As of Thursday, May 13, DC residents who are 12 to 15 years old can begin getting vaccinated at walk-up sites, hospitals, health centers,...

Defendants Stranded in Jail By Pandemic

When Tom was released by the DC Superior Court from DC Jail in December 2020, the twenty-seven-year-old man had been held for over seven...

Apply for Help Making Mortgage Payments

Are you having trouble making your mortgage payments because of a lack of work, or enough work? Could you make your mortgage payments moving...

Help for DC Tenants

Under the terms of the DC Health Emergency declared by Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) on March 11, 2020, District residents cannot be evicted or...

DC Helps Home Owners Impacted By COVID

The District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA) has created the DC Mortgage Assistance Program (DC MAP). DC MAP provides COVID-impacted, qualified borrowers with...

DHCD Uses Federal Dollars to Help Renters

The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has developed a $1.5 million program funded by federal Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) program. DHCD plans...

DC Assists Renters Impacted By COVID

In July, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) extended during the District’s COVD health emergency. DC residents cannot be evicted until sixty days after Oct. 9,...

How to Make a No-Sew Face Mask

All you need is an old t-shirt and a pair of scissors to make a home made face covering. Masks are already mandatory in Los...