Did you know that services and supports for children, youth, and families comprise half of the city’s entire budget? The District’s annual Children’s Budget Report lays out the array of investments for children and youth.
Working to ensure that adults 50 and older are active, connected and happy in the District.
See how the Task Force is working to expand school-based behavioral health services to all students...
New plans to expand school health and behavioral health services.
Contact the Council for information on Homelessness Services.
Nov 27 2023
Preventing Hypothermia and Frostbite Wear layers of loose, warm clothes; wool is best. Wear...
Dec 27 2022
Mayor Bowser Encourages College-Bound Residents to Apply for Scholarships Offered Through the DC Futures Program
Applications for spring/summer 2023 are open through January 6.
Dec 27 2022
Collection begins for DPW-serviced households January 3 - March 3.
Dec 22 2022
Free Mental Health Services Are Available Online and In-Person for Youth of All Ages, Adults, and...
Oct 7 2022
Mayor Bowser and Universal Health Services Cut Ribbon on Cedar Hill Urgent Care, GW Health in Ward 8
First Urgent Care Facility in Ward 8 Will Open on Monday, October 10
May 31 2016
Mayor Muriel Bowser invites the public to attend the annual summer kick off and citywide “Truck...
May 13 2016
Dear Washingtonians, As you know, the DC Trust Board voted on April 22, 2016 to move forward with a...
Dec 9 2013
On December 9, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education shared the important news that...
Oct 23 2013
Together we can make the District of Columbia a friendlier place for those of all ages. The...
Jul 30 2013
The Government of the District of Columbia Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic...
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