COMMUNITY OF HOPE IS SELECTED BY BEZOS DAY 1 FAMILIES FUND AS ONE OF 24 INITIAL NONPROFITS WORKING ACROSS THE U.S. TO ADDRESS FAMILY HOMELESSNESS.
Funds will support the organization’s comprehensive work to end family homelessness in Washington, D.C.
Community of Hope (COH) has been recognized with the National Alliance to End Homelessness’ Excellence in Ending Family Homelessness Nonprofit Sector Award. National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH) also recognized the DC Department of Human Services and E & G Group, a private sector partner developing housing for families. The recognition to public, private and nonprofit partners in Washington, DC comes as the city has reduced family homelessness by 38% since 2016.
COH IN THE NEWS
Melissa Esposito walked two miles in the snow to get to her third prenatal appointment. It had been so hard to get a time with the doctor, she was scared to reschedule.
Danielle Lloyd endured pregnancy in the food and maternal care desert that is Southeast D.C. She worried about the 40-minute drive from her home to the hospital.
It’s a Wednesday morning at the Family Health and Birth Center (FHBC), a prenatal clinic and birth center housed within a larger federally qualified health center called Community of Hope.
Community of Hope, a D.C. nonprofit devoted to serving the homeless, has reopened the Marie Reed Health Center in Adams Morgan after almost two years of renovations. The changes include a redesigned interior and exterior and an expanded capacity to see patients. Fifty patients visited the clinic April 9, its first day open to the public.
It’s not easy to remain optimistic about healthcare in D.C.’s Ward 8, which has some of the highest disparities of health outcomes in the Metropolitan area, but a non-profit is working to change that.
Community of Hope is a place where residents can feel they can belong, and where they can get access to quality healthcare for the entire family.
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