The Horizon

CORE DC manages The Horizon Short-Term Family Housing program, serving 35 families experiencing homelessness. The program provides emergency shelter and a supportive environment where CORE DC’s onsite social services staff assist families in achieving stable housing. The Short-Term Family Housing program has a computer lab for residents, administrative space for staff and community providers, outdoor playground and recreational space, age-appropriate indoor recreation space and homework/study lounge for residents.

The aya

CORE DC manages The Aya Short-Term Family Housing program, serving 50 families experiencing homelessness. The program provides emergency shelter and a supportive environment where CORE DC’s onsite social services staff assist families in achieving stable housing. The Short-Term Family Housing program has a computer lab for residents, administrative space for staff and community providers, outdoor playground and recreational space, age-appropriate indoor recreation space and homework/study lounge for residents.

THE TERRELL

CORE DC manages The Terrell Short-Term Family Housing serving 35 families experiencing homelessness. The program provides emergency shelter and a supportive environment where CORE DC’s onsite social services staff assist families in achieving stable housing. The Short-Term Family Housing program has a computer lab for residents, administrative space for staff and community providers, outdoor playground and recreational space, age-appropriate indoor recreation space and homework/study lounge for residents.

PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING (PSH)

CORE DC’s Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP) provides clients with case management services that help address barriers to securing, and sometimes maintaining, housing and other goals. Our case managers work with clients to create enabling conditions to achieve and maintain their housing by complying with lease provisions and local laws and achieve the highest level of client driven goals possible to improve their overall quality of life.

CORE ELECTRONIC MONITORING PROGRAM (CEMP)

CORE DC’s Home Confinement Electronic Monitoring Program services up to 250 male clients located within the District of Columbia. The goal of CORE’s program is to provide DC’s returning citizens on home confinement with reentry programming while maintaining accountability and public safety.

RAPID RE-HOUSING PROGRAM (RRH)

CORE DC’s Rapid Re-Housing Program provides individual clients with varying levels of acuity, without preconditions (such as employment, income, sobriety, or absence of a criminal record), timely access to housing placement opportunities through intensive time-limited case management assistance and access to co-occurring financial assistance from the District of Columbia.

POTOMAC HOUSE RESIDENTIAL REENTRY CENTER

CORE DC is currently developing a full service residential reentry center in the District of Columbia under contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) for the provision of a multitude of reentry services for males returning citizens who are beginning their transition back to the DC area. Among the reentry services offered that will be offered are individualized case management, job readiness training, employment placement, educational services, life skills training, substance use disorder treatment and counseling, medical services referrals, and community supportive services referrals to social service agencies.