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Eldercare Locator, National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

Eldercare Locator, National Association of Area Agencies on Aging

1730 Rhode Island Ave NW Ste 1200
Washington, DC - 20036
800.677.1116

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Serves as a national hotline providing callers with information on resources for older adults in any U.S. community. It is a free national service of the U.S. Administration on Aging. Just one phone call or website visit provides an instant connection to resources that enable older persons to live independently in their communities. Support services for caregivers are also available.

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Barney Neighborhood House - Senior Program

Barney Neighborhood House - Senior Program

5656A 3rd Street N.E.
Washington, DC - 20011
(202) 939-9030

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Barney Neighborhood House provides transportation services to seniors in the area. They have different transportation services available, contact  them directly to find which program will best fit your transportation needs. They are open Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm. Their office is located on 3rd St NE near 2nd St NE.

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Center for Aging - Project KEEN

Center for Aging - Project KEEN

3839 Alabama Avenue SE
Washington, DC - 20019
(202) 583-8650

Provides congregate and home-bound meals to senior citizens who reside east of the Anacostia River in Ward 7. In addition to meals, other services offered include a literacy program, nutrition counseling and health promotion, recreation/ socialization, respite program for Alzheimer patients, social services counseling, transportation and volunteer opportunities.

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Friendship House Association - Senior Network

Friendship House Association - Senior Network

619 D Street, SE
Washington, DC - 20003
(202) 675-9079

Provides a broad range of services and activities for the elderly in partnership with the DC Office on Aging. Services include social services, weekend, home-bound, and congregate meals, transportation, literacy, recreation, long-term care, nutritional counseling and education, health promotion and legal service. Also offers a volunteer program to assist frail home-bound elderly citizens with dail

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UPO - Washington Elderly Handicapped Transportation Service/WEHTS

UPO - Washington Elderly Handicapped Transportation Service/WEHTS

2601 18th Street, NE
Washington, DC - 20018
(202) 635-8866

Offers free curb-to-curb transportation services for senior citizens residing in the District. Provides transportation for medical appointments, shopping, and personal business relating to social security, housing or public assistance benefits

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UPO - WEHTS - Call 'N' Ride

UPO - WEHTS - Call 'N' Ride

2601 18th Street, NE
Washington, DC - 20018
(202) 635-8866

Allow eligible seniors to purchase coupons to cover the cost of taxicab fares at a portion of their normal price. Seniors apply for the program at the lead senior agency in their ward. Once approved, seniors receive an identification card and a list of participating taxicab companies to call to arrange for a ride. Rides can be for any purpose, and cash can be used to supplement the coupons.

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WMATA - Metro Senior/Disabled ID Card Services

WMATA - Metro Senior/Disabled ID Card Services

600 5th Street, NW
Washington, DC - 20001
(202) 962-1245

Offers reduced fares to seniors and people with disabilities who have a valid Metro Senior ID card, Metro Disabled ID card or a valid Medicare card with photo identification.

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DCG - DDS - Transportation Services

DCG - DDS - Transportation Services

1125 15th Street NW
Washington, DC - 20005
(202) 730-1700

Provides transportation services for any customer registered with MRDDA.

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Transportation

National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Transportation

1800 M Street, NW Suite 750
Washington, DC - 20006
(202) 296-5363

Provides cab vouchers, a maximum of two times a month, for multiple sclerosis related visits to doctors, support groups and counselors. Pick-up and drop-off points must be in the Washington Metropolitan area

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DCG - DOH - DC Healthy Families Program

DCG - DOH - DC Healthy Families Program

645 H Street, NE
Washington, DC - 20002
(202) 698-4200

Provides free health insurance to families and pregnant women. Families must be working with children under 19 years of age. Also provides free city-wide transportation services to and from prenatal/postpartum and well-baby care appointments. All families must meet the following income guidelines: Family of one (1) $17,180 (only for emancipated youth under the age of 19) Family of two (2) $23,220

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Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - MetroAccess

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - MetroAccess

600 5th Street, NW
Washington, DC - 20001
(301) 562-5360

Provides a shared ride, curb-to-curb service, for those persons whose disabilities prevent them from using accessible fixed-route transit. Applicants must submit a application form, provide medical documentation, and attend an in-person assessment to become certified to use the service.

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DCG - DOH - Office of Maternal & Child Health - MOM-BABY Hotline

DCG - DOH - Office of Maternal & Child Health - MOM-BABY Hotline

33 N Street, NE , Suite 207
Washington, DC - 20002
(202) 671-5000

Provides information, outreach, counseling, referrals, and transportation for prenatal and Well-Baby visits. Also provides information about enrolling in the expanded Medicaid program DC Healthy Families.

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DCG - Office on Aging - Information and Assistance Unit

DCG - Office on Aging - Information and Assistance Unit

One Judiciary Square 441 4th St., NW,Suite 900 South
Washington, DC - 20001
(202) 724-5626

Provides information on available programs and services for older persons and makes appropriate referrals to such services. Assists seniors and those caring for seniors with referrals for food/meals, legal services, employment and training opportunities, transportation, recreation/leisure activities, adult day-care, nursing homes, in-home support and health care services.

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IONA Senior Services

IONA Senior Services

4125 Albemarle Street NW
Washington, DC - 20016
202-895-9448

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IONA Senior Services strives to support people as they experience the obstacles of aging through the use of community resources and volunteers .They offer a wide range of services and referrals for assistance with basic needs of seniors withing the community, Please contact them for more detailed information. They are located on Albemarle St NW near 42nd Street NW.

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Mautner Project

Mautner Project

1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW , Suite 710
Washington, DC - 20009
(202) 332-5536

A program to support LGBT people with cancer; supervised volunteers provide transportation, home and hospital visits, yard work and other direct services to LGBT people with cancer and other life threatening illnesses.

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