Age-Friendly DC is a coordinated, comprehensive and collective-action effort with goal of ensuring all DC residents are active, connected, healthy, engaged and happy in their environment. It is an overarching policy and community engagement framework, one that involves every aspect of life, from transportation, to housing, to health, to finances. The District’s Age-Friendly effort is starting with adults age 50 and older.
The Olmstead Plan establishes certain goals of the District to help ensure that community-based treatment is provided to persons with disabilities, when such treatment is appropriate. For an electronic copy of the Olmstead Plan please visit the Office of Disability Rights (ODR) website and read DC One Community for All.
The existing DC General Family Shelter will be replaced by smaller, more modern and more dignified short-term family housing sites in all eight wards. Learn more about the plan here.