Abbreviated list of Washington D.C. service organizations
Entity Description Address Phone Website
Medical Assistance Administration The Medical Assistance Administration is the state agency responsible for administering Title XIX of the Social Security Act, the Medical Charities program, and other health care financing initiatives of the District. Additionally, MAA Medical Assistance Administration

Dept of Human Services 64 New York Avenue, NE, 6th Floor, Washington, DC 20002

1-202-671-4200 Med Assistance
DC Healthy Families Insurance Program DC Healthy Families is a program of the DC Department of Health Care Finance that provides free health insurance for District residents and their children DC Healthy Families Insurance Program

Dept of Health Care Finance 899 North Capitol Street NE, Suite 6039, Washington, DC 20002

1-220-442-5988 Healthy Families
Capital Area Food Bank Hunger Lifeline The CAFB’s Hunger Lifeline is an emergency food assistance referral program that connects those seeking immediate aid with partner agencies. Capital Area Food Bank

4900 Puerto Rico Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20017

1-202-644-9807 1-202-644-9800 CAFB
The Utility Discount Programs The Utility Discount Programs help low-income District residents reduce their utility costs. To qualify, your utility bills must be in your own name, and you must meet income guidelines (below) established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.       The Utility            Discount            Programs   1207 Taylor St.
W. Washington, DC 20011
(202) 576-8000   (202) 727-5355 UDP
Department of Employment Services The Department of Employment Services provides comprehensive employment services to ensure a competitive workforce, full employment, life-long learning, economic stability and the highest quality of life for all District residents. Dept of Employment Services

4058 Minnesota Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20019

1-202-724-7000 DOES
Low Income Home Energy Program DDOE helps eligible District residents pay heating and cooling bills. Emergency energy assistance is available to low-income District residents who have received a disconnection notice for electric or gas service, or are currently disconnected. Assistance is also available to residents without home heating oil. LIHEAP

Disctrict Dept of the Environment 1200 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002

1-202-673-6750 1-202-535-2600 DC LIHEAP
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