Coalition For The Homeless - Valley Place Family Apartments

Coalition For The Homeless - Valley Place Family Apartments

Families live here temporarily while they prepare for independent living. There are 18 furnished apartments with 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. A referral from a family shelter is one of the requirements to live at this transitional program. Valley Place will interview referred clients to ensure they meet program requirements. Along with other trained staff, a Program Director is onsite to manage shelter operations.

Housing

24 hours a day; 7 days a week

None

PROGRAM FEATURES
24-hour residential monitoring
Capacity: 18 families
18 Fully-equipped apartment units homeless families with children
Valley Place Family Apartments is located in a residential neighborhood and is specifically for families with children who have become homeless.
Families live here temporarily while they prepare for independent living. There are 18 furnished apartments with 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. A referral from a family shelter is one of the requirements to live at this transitional program. Valley Place will interview referred clients to ensure they meet program requirements. Along with other trained staff, a Program Director is onsite to manage shelter operations.
Population Served
Families with children
Hours of Operation
24 hours a day; 7 days a week
Pre-Admission Requirement
Clients must be referred by an emergency shelter provider and the Virginia Williams Family Resource Center in the District of Columbia.
Assessment
The purpose of this process is to be certain families with children meet the eligibility requirements and to provide a vehicle for understanding the participant family as a functioning unit. Assessments are scheduled Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
General Supportive Services
Case Management
Housing Assistance & Referrals
Job Placement Assistance & Referrals
Substance Abuse Assistance & Referrals
Life Skills Training
General Eligibility Criteria
Listed below are some of the key admission requirements. Other requirements will be discussed during the intake process.
Families with Children who are homeless and reside in the District of Columbia.
Participants must be referred by an emergency shelter in the District of Columbia.
Willing & Able to Follow Program Rules
Tuberculosis (TB) Test before admission into the program
Police Clearance before admission into the program
Referrals are provided for
TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
SSI (Supplemental Security Income)
SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance)
Childcare
Medical & Mental Health Care
Employment & Substance Abuse Counseling

Contact Information

(202) 610-5560

nbaptiste@dccfh.org

Address

1355 Valley Pl SE #101

Washington

DC

20020

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