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Question: So who exactly does the Legal Clinic help?

Answer: Anyone in DC who is either homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, who needs legal assistance.

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Welcome Families to Vibrant Neighborhoods

We need your help to support the siting of this Ward 5 shelter. 

  1. If you live in Ward 5, sign this petition supporting the shelter: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/support-plans-for-ward-5-family-shelter?source=BloggerOutreach&referrer=POPVille
  2. If you live in ANC 5B (borders here http://anc5b.org/map.html), come to the ANC 5B meeting Friday, March 17th, at 7PM at St. Anthony School, 3400 12th Street NE (http://anc5b.org/nextmeet.html).
  3. Spread the word to your friends and colleagues in Ward 5! 

A Warmer Welcome Home….

Yesterday, the DC Council, in its final legislative meeting of this session, passed several bills that will make it easier for low-income residents to obtain and maintain employment and housing. While much of the attention on the Council and in the press was, deservedly, on a game-changing paid family and medical leave act, a bill passed unanimously that could be a game changer for many DC residents seeking housing: the Fair Criminal Record Screening Act for Housing (FCRSAH).

Choosing Hope

Since 1990, people experiencing homelessness, advocates, activists, and other community members have used the Winter Solstice – the darkest day of the year – to celebrate the lives and mourn the passing of those who died homeless during the year. This year 51 people were mourned.

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