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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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From The Blog

The FY25 Budget: Disappointments and Disinvestments

While there are a few noteworthy housing investments and D.C. Council made some progress in reducing the harm of the mayor’s original budget proposal, the final FY25 budget remains one of the most disappointing and regressive budgets for housing resources and housing justice in recent years.

There is a Better Way to Clear Encampments: Housing

The better—more humane and effective—way to respond to any concerns about encampments is to provide low barrier and accessible shelter and housing opportunities.
Author: Joshua M. Drumming, Law Graduate, Policy and Advocacy

End the Cliff: We Must Prevent 2,200 Families from Losing Housing

Without significant investment in permanent housing resources and real reform to the broken rapid re-housing program, thousands of D.C. families will lose their housing support and likely face eviction or homelessness.

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