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Celebrate Hope

A Sparkling Night of Hope was a sparkling success! Our annual event to benefit our housing and healthcare programs raised three times as much as last year.

Helping Hand

We are thrilled to announce that we are one of three DC nonprofits to have been selected to have the stories of our amazing clients highlighted through The Washington Post Helping Hand!

Vision Fulfilled

In 2013, we served 7,100 patients, housed 354 families in supportive programs and started a new workforce development program. Celebrate our successes in our Annual Report. 

Stories of Hope

"Diabetes? I'll never get that."

34 years ago, Jacqueline Aird was a 16 year old living with her mother in an apartment on Belmont Street. That’s when Ms. Aird first became our patient. At the time, Community of Hope had just opened a small health center in the same building where Ms. Aird lived, and her mother sent her downstairs for her back-to-school checkup. We have moved and expanded since then – from that small facility on Belmont Street to three federally qualified health centers across the city – but we have been there for Ms. Aird the whole time.

Ms. Aird has mostly been in great health, but a year and a half ago everything began to change.