We have listed all of the rental assistance programs that we have located in Washington, District Of Columbia below. Many are government and non profit program organizations that help with rent payment subsidies, down payments, bill pay and financial assistance. We also provide detailed information on government low income housing programs such as the rapid re-housing program.
Hopefully they can assist you in your search for help. If you know of any programs in Washington that we do not have listed, please contribute by Adding a New Listing Here.
3101 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, SE, 2nd. Floor
Washington, DC - 20032
The Salvation Army National Capital area provides rent assistance along with mortgage assistance, utility assistance and food assistance to the residents of Wards 7 and 8.Read more
Homes for Working Families is a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing policy changes that enable more of America?s working families to find safe, good-quality homes they can afford.We focus on the families of teachers, police officers, retail associates, office workers, and others who struggle to find homes they can buy or rent in the communities they support. We pursue our missiRead more
Children are Hope and a Home s priority. We believe the best way to nurture each child s potential is to foster healthy, loving families. We train parents to be the primary educators of their children and to advocate for excellent educational resources for their children. Affordable housing is the primary means by which we reach families in order to enhance the lives of children. We have four goalRead more
The Consortium for Services to Homeless Families (ConServe) is a nonprofit organization that exists to assist low-income and homeless families achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency through an array of services that are based on a holistic approach and are tailored to meet the needs of families, individuals, and communities. Services include housing assistance, support services, referralRead more
Washington, DC - 20003
This organization DOES NOT provide rental assistance to NON-Military individualsRead more
The Coalition for the homeless was founded in 1979 and incorporated as a nonprofit in the District of Columbia in 1981. The mission of the Coalition is to assist the homeless and persons who are at risk of becoming homeless to obtain permanent housing and become self sufficient.Read more
On average the seniors that we serve live on $550 per month--31% below the poverty line. Many suffer from life threatening conditions like heart disease, hypertension, or diabetes, and an even greater number suffer from some form of disability that limits their mobility. Unfortunately, over 90% of the seniors that we serve live alone, and many lack family or friends who are able to assist them. EmRead more
NCBDC s solutions are based on the principles of self-help, democratic control and open participation. NCBDC s programs target areas that we have the power to transform and which profoundly influence the lives of individuals and families in underserved communities: affordable housing, affordable assisted living, health care, education and economic development. As a leader in the field of communitRead more
Founded in 1975 and affiliated with AARP, LCE is the foremost champion of the rights and interests of the District of Columbia s elderly citizens. Every day LCE staff and volunteers help low income seniors living in our nation s capital resolve problems concerning their basic legal needs.Read more
30 Kennedy St, N.W.
Washington, DC - 20011
Provide food, clothing, assist with finding housing and jobs. Provide rental and utility assistance on an emergency basisRead more
1807 Belmont Rd Nw Ste 207
Washington, DC - 20009
In the District of Columbia, it is estimated that there are over 4,000 mental heath consumer who need housing. Four Walls was incorporated expressly to respond to this need.Read more
451 7th Street S.W.
Washington, DC - 20410
The hours of operation are: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm, 24/7 web-site Fees applicable are: Lowered Pricing, Income-based The intake procedure is Call or visit web-site Eligibility for this rent assistance program: Income-based Languages spoken or available at this organziation English, Spanish The areas served are: United States Toll FreeRead more
1800 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, SE
Washington, DC - 20020
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,which ludes $1.5 billion for a Homelessness Prevention Fund. Funding for this program, called the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP), is being distributed based on the formula used for the Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG)Read more