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Temporary Housing in Washington.

LowIncomeTemporaryHousing.com is for those who are looking for Temporary Housing for those who qualify as low income.

We provide many opportunities to find a quick temporary solution to your housing needs. Some Types of Temporary Housing we provide are listed below.

- Boarding Homes
- Transitional Housing: Temporary housing for homeless, working homeless, sober living homes. Anything not considered emergency homeless shelter.
- Halfway Houses: Variety of homes that can assist residents with substance abuse issues, emaotional issues, physical issues and to transition back to society.

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  • Housing Up Email Website Learn more 5101 16th Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20011
    (202) 291-5535
    Provides families with stable housing and comprehensive support services like family therapy and employment counseling. .. see more
  • Jubilee Housing Email Website Learn more 1640 Columbia Rd. NW
    Washington, DC - 20009
    (202) 299-1240
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  • Sinai House Email Website Learn more 3100 Military Road North West
    Washington, DC - 20015
    (202) 986-4701
    Sinai House provides two-bedroom, two-bathroom, fully furnished apartments to families who are homeless. .. see more
  • New Endeavors By Women Email Website Learn more 611 N Street NW
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 682-5825
    Provides transitional and permanent supportive housing for unaccompanied women and women with children with seven different housing programs. .. see more
  • Coalition For The Homeless Email Website Learn more 1234 Massachusetts Ave NW
    Washington, DC - 20005
    (202) 347-8870
    .. see more
  • Community Of Hope Email Website Learn more 1413 Girard Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20009
    (202) 232-7356
    .. see more
  • Mary House Email Website Learn more 4303 13th St NE
    Washington, DC - 20017
    (202) 780-5137
    .. see more
  • Friendship Place Email Website Learn more 4713 Wisconsin Ave NW
    Washington, DC - 20016
    (202) 364-1419
    The friendship place enables homeless and formerly homeless adults in the upper Northwest area of the District of Columbia to rebuild their lives with the involvement of the community. .. see more
  • Holy Comforter St Cyprian Community Action Group Learn more 901 Pennsylvania Ave Se
    Washington, DC - 20003
    (202)543-4558
    City officials estimate that 64,000 adults need treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. Most have no health insurance. CAG treats some of these individuals and thereby alleviates the impact of substance abuse on the community. .. see more
  • Calvary Women's Services Email Website Learn more 928 5th St Nw
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 783-6651
    .. see more
  • Catholic Charities Of The Archdiocese Of Washington Email Website Learn more 924 G Street Nw
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 772-4300
    .. see more
  • N Street Village Email Website Learn more 1333 N St Nw
    Washington, DC - 20005
    (202) 939-2076
    .. see more
  • Samaritan Inns Email Website Learn more 2523 14th St Nw
    Washington, DC - 20009
    (202) 328-2833
    Samaritan Inns strives to provide structured housing and recovery services in an environment of support and accountability that give homeless or at risk individuals who suffer from drug and alcohol addictions the opportunity to rebuild their lives. .. see more
  • Hope And A Home Website Learn more 1236 Columbia Rd NW
    Washington, DC - 20009
    (202) 387-7091
    .. see more
  • Safe Haven Outreach Ministry Email Website Learn more 1140 N Capitol St NW
    Washington, DC - 20002
    (202) 589-1505
    .. see more
  • Marshall Heights Community Development Organization Email Website Learn more 3939 Benning Rd Ne
    Washington, DC - 20019
    (202) 396-1200
    MHCDO is HUD-certified housing counseling agency that provides counseling on how to expand economic opportunities, increase self-sufficiency, and improve the quality of life for individuals and families. .. see more
  • Nazarene Outpost Ministries Email Website Learn more 111 Rhode Island Ave NW
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 506-8938
    The Nazarene Outpost Ministries is a faith based organization dedicated to feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, housing the homeless and elderly, and caring for the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of families. .. see more
  • Miriams Kitchen Email Website Learn more 2401 Virginia Avenue NW
    Washington, DC - 20037
    (202) 452-8926
    Miriams Kitchen works to end chronic homelessness in Washington, DC. They advocate for permanent supportive housing as a long-term solution, while meeting short-term needs by providing healthy meals and high-quality social services to more than 3,500 chronically homeless individuals each year. .. see more
  • DHS Washington DC Transitional Shelter Email Website Learn more 64 New York Avenue NE, 6th Floor
    Washington, DC - 20002
    (202) 671-4200
    Transitional housing is longer-term housing, usually for less than two years, that provides intensive support services, geared toward increasing a households self-sufficiency and helping it move towards permanency, often specializing in particular areas of client needs. .. see more
  • House of Ruth For Women And Children Washington DC Website Learn more 5 Thomas Cir NW # 4
    Washington, DC - 20005
    (202) 667-7001
    Every day, House of Ruth provides housing and supportive services to 109 women at five residential programs located in Washington, DC. All were homeless and nearly all are survivors of domestic violence. Staff is on-site around the clock to assist the women and ensure their safety, while creating a warm, nurturing environment. Each woman they wo .. see more
  • Anne Frank House For Homeless Washington DC Email Website Learn more 2850 Quebec Street, NW
    Washington, DC - 20008
    (301) 986-6953
    Anne Frank House (AFH) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides permanent housing to homeless men and women with chronic mental illnesses within Washington, DC. AFH owns condominiums and rents apartments which they then lease at less than cost to their residents. AFH activities are financed primarily by individual donations and grants.AFH utilizes local social s .. see more
  • Catholic Charities Mount Carmel House Website Learn more 471 G Place NW
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 289-6315
    Mt. Carmel House is a transitional housing program that provides housing and intensive case management and wrap-around supports to homeless women. An on-site Job Center with computers, printers and internet allows residents, with guidance from staff, to search for and secure employment. Workshops ranging from financial literacy to basic education to substance abuse are hel .. see more
  • Saint Matthias Mulumba House- Catholic Charities Email Website Learn more 621 Rhode Island Avenue NW
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 919-3001
    Mulumba House is a permanent supportive housing program in the central Shaw neighborhood of Washington, DC. The program is for single adult men who are homeless, over the age of 18 and who are currently in recovery for alcohol or drug addiction.  Case management services include substance abuse recovery, counseling, relapse prevention, financial counseling, employmen .. see more
  • Central Union Mission Email Website Learn more 65 Massachusetts Avenue NW
    Washington, DC - 20009
    (202) 745-7118
    In addition to its emergency shelter the Central Union Mission operates a holistic, Christ-centered transformation and workforce development program for men, provides benefits for veterans, helps people overcome addictions, operates a food and clothing distribution center, runs a camp for underprivileged children, and offers a ministry to families and senior citizens. .. see more
  • CFLS - Transitional Housing Program at Trinity Arms Email Website Learn more 305 E Street, NW
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 347-0511
    CFLS offers a two year transitional housing program for homeless families. Families receive 2 years of temporary housing in an apartment unit and social services designed to help them move toward self-sufficiency. Families pay 30% of their net monthly income towards rent, sign a lease agreement and develop a family work plan. Families enrolled in the transit .. see more
  • Blair Transitional Rehabilitation Program Email Website Learn more 635 I Street, Ne
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 727-2832
    Blair House is a large Transitional Rehabilitation housing facility that can serve up to 85 men who are 18 and older. The purpose of this program is to provide individuals with comprehensive supportive services which will enable them to return to independent living and to obtain employment. Men who are accepted into the program will be assigned to a case manager who will .. see more
  • La Casa Transitional Rehab Program Website Learn more 1131 Spring Road, NW
    Washington, DC - 20010
    (202) 882-1237
    La Casa Transitional Rehab Program provides residential housing and supportive services to 40 homeless men. Services include: food, substance abuse counseling, case management, employment and housing placement assistance. .. see more
  • Park Road Transitional House Email Website Learn more 1318 Park Road, NW
    Washington, DC - 20011
    (202) 328-9680
    Park Road Transitional Program can accommodate up to 12 men who are homeless and are in transition from a substance abuse treatment program emergency shelter or other crisis situation. Must be over 18 years of age. Open 24 hours, 7 days a week.  .. see more
  • Families Forward - Transitional Housing Program Email Learn more 422 C Street, NE Suite B
    Washington, DC - 20003
    (202) 639-9760
    Families Forward helps homeless families transition into safe apartments in the private rental market. Families pay 30% of their income toward rent and conserve subsidizes the remainder. Conducts monthly home visits and helps family draft a family stabilization plan. Home visits: Downtown. Eligibility Requirements:DC resident, custody of at least .. see more
  • Door of Hope For Men Learn more 1610 7Th Street, Nw
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 234-8350
    Door of Hope provides men with low barrier transitional housing without stay limits. Participants must have a history of homelessness, chronic mental health issues, and demonstrated resistance to traditional shelters. Provides case management services, referrals to outside services as needed, semi-private rooms, lounge areas, bathroom and laundry facilities. .. see more
  • Salvation Army Turning Point Center Website Learn more 1434 Harvard Street NW
    Washington, DC - 20009
    (202) 250-7720
    Salvation Army is a Transitional housing for families. Provides transitional housing for families in safe, furnished apartments while assisting them achieve the skills necessary to become self-sufficient. Support services include case management, crisis intervention, individual and family counseling, advocacy, and independent living skills. .. see more
  • SOME - Harvest House Email Website Learn more 71 O Street NW
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 797-8806
    Harvest House operates a 120 day transitional-housing and job-readiness program for homeless women who are recovering from addictions. Eligibility - Adult women, recovering from addictions, willing and able to workFlat Fee based on percentage of income .. see more
  • SOME - Joshua House - Transitional Housing Website Learn more 1307 1St Street, Nw
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 328-0802
    Joshua House operates a 90 day transitional housing program that provides job-readiness and support services to homeless men recovering from addictions. Eligibility Single men, willing and able to workProgram Fees Flat Fee when working, they will be assessed 25% of their .. see more
  • Mickey Leland Place Transitional Housing Website Learn more 1620 North Capitol Street, NW
    Washington, DC - 20002
    (202) 483-0831
    Mickey Leland Place operates a 90 day transitional housing program that provides job-readiness and support services to homeless men recovering from addictions. Program Fees: Flat Fee (when working, they will be assessed 25% of their net pay and a program fee)Eligibility .. see more
  • Thea Bowman House Website Learn more 4065 Minnesota Avenue, Ne
    Washington, DC - 20019
    (202) 292-4485
    Thea Bowman House provides two-years of case management and transitional housing for formerly homeless families in townhouse facilities. Hours: 11:30 AM - 8:00 PM, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday; 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, TuesdayEligibility .. see more
  • Oxford House Avalon Website Learn more 1335 Maple View Place South East
    Washington, DC - 20020
    (202) 621-7882
    Oxford House Avalon is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. This facility accepts men only. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. A representative of each House in the Chapter meets with the others on a monthly basis, to exchange information, to seek resolution of problems in a particular House, and to express th .. see more
  • Oxford House Exodus Website Learn more 4600 Central Avenue North East
    Washington, DC - 20019
    202-506-7935
    Oxford House Exodus is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. This facility accepts men only. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. A representative of each House in the Chapter meets with the others on a monthly basis, to exchange information, to seek resolution of problems in a particular H .. see more
  • Clean and Sober Streets Email Website Learn more 425 2nd Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 783-7343
    Clean and Sober Streets offers long term residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation services for men and women who are willing to recover in Washington, DC. .. see more
  • Tenley Addiction Recovery Email Website Learn more 4335 Wisconsin Avenue NW
    Washington, DC - 20016
    (202) 362-2588
    Tenley Addiction Recovery's evidence-based treatment programs have a high rate of success for patients dealing with drug, alcohol and process addictions. Tenley has three residences that offer safe, structured environments. .. see more
  • Oxford House Anacostia Website Learn more 2322 High Street South East
    Washington, DC - 20020
    (202) 248-1209
    Beds: 9Oxford House is democratically self-run by the residents, they elect officers who serve for terms of 6 months.This is an effective and low cost way of preventing relapse.Length of Stay:As long as you do not drink alcohol, use drugs, and pay an equal share of the house expenses, you can live in an Oxford House for as long as you need; the usual time is a .. see more
  • Safe Haven Outreach Ministry Email Website Learn more 1140 North Capitol Street NW
    Washington, DC - 20002
    (202) 589-1505
    .. see more
  • Salvation Army Harbor Light Treatment Center Website Learn more 2100 New York Avenue NE
    Washington, DC - 20002
    (202) 269-6333
    The staff of the Salvation Army Port Light Treatment Center provides comprehensive care at the 136-bed facility. Individual and group counseling, grief management skills, andtraining for independent living and meaningful employment.The center's six-month program completion rate exceeds 85% and is one of Washington's favorite suppliers.D.C. .. see more
  • Samaritan Inns Website Learn more 2523 14th Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20009
    (202) 328-2833
    Samaritan Inns goal is to provide structured housing and recovery services in an environment of support and accountability that give homeless or at risk individuals who suffer from drug and alcohol addictions the opportunity to rebuild their lives. .. see more
  • Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center Website Learn more 1701 14th Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20009
    202.939.7623
    .. see more
  • Oxford House Bellevue Website Learn more 2934 Bellevue Terrace North West
    Washington, DC - 20016
    (202) 506-2135
    Oxford House Bellevue is a self-supporting recovery home for alcoholics and drug addicts.Oxford House Bellevue is an all-male institution.The Oxford Houses are a concept for recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.A representative of each Chamber of the Chapter meets monthly with the others to exchange information, to try to resolve problems in a particular Chamber and t .. see more
  • Oxford House Brownstone Website Learn more 1228 M Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20005
    (202) 393-1352
    Oxford House Brownstone is a self-managed and self-sufficient recovery home for alcoholics and drug addicts.Oxford House Brownstone is a sober home for men.The Oxford Houses are a concept of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.Every month, Oxford homes in the geographical area come together to share their shared experiences to ensure that Oxford .. see more
  • Oxford House Garrison Website Learn more 4312 Garrison Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20016
    (202) 237-1050
    Oxford House Garrison is a sober house for all men.Oxford Houses are a concept of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.Oxford House Garrison is a stand-alone, self-contained rescue home for returning alcoholics and drug addicts.This self-sufficient, drug-free home is run by Oxford House, a non-profit network based in Silver Spring.The representative of each cham .. see more
  • Oxford House R Street Website Learn more 45 New York Avenue, North West
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 462-7192
    Oxford House R Street is a self-run, self-supporting recreation home for the recovery of alcoholics and drug addicts.Oxford House R Street is a male facility.Every house in Oxford is an effective and low-cost way to prevent relapse.Every month, Oxford homes in the area come together to share their experiences to ensure Oxford House R St .. see more
  • Oxford House Kalorama Website Learn more 1318 Delafield Place North West
    Washington, DC - 20011
    (202) 723-1710
    Oxford House Kalorama is a democratically-run, independent, and drug-free home.This facility only accepts men.Every Oxford house represents an effective and low-cost method to prevent relapses.Every month, Oxford houses in the area come together to share their experiences to ensure that Oxford House Kalorama operates in a way that retains the good name of Oxford .. see more
  • Oxford House Second Street Website Learn more 1314 Hamlin Street North East
    Washington, DC - 20017
    (202) 726-2425
    Oxford House Second Street is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug-free home.This facility only accepts men.Every Oxford home represents an effective and low-cost way to prevent relapse The representative of each Chamber in the chapter meets with other persons every month to exchange information, seek a solution to the problems in the Chamber concerned and to expr .. see more
  • Oxford House Nineteenth Street Website Learn more 1238 Harvard Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20009
    (202) 321-3198
    Oxford House 19th Street is a self-run, self-supporting rehabilitation house for the rehabilitation of alcoholics and drug addicts.This facility only accepts men.Every Oxford house is an effective and low-cost method of preventing relapse.Each month, the area's Oxford House keeps the Oxford House name alive and more experienced To ensure that Abundant House is operating in .. see more
  • Oxford House Joseph Smith Website Learn more 4609 Benning Road, South East
    Washington, DC - 20019
    (202) 506-3489
    Oxford House Joseph Smith is a self-managed, self-sustaining convalescent home for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts.Oxford House Joseph Smith is a house where all men are sober.Each Oxford house represents an effective and low-cost way to prevent recurrence.A representative of each house in the region meets monthly with the other houses to exchange information, seek solutions to .. see more
  • Oxford House Channing Street Website Learn more 1509 Channing Street North East
    Washington, DC - 20018-2005
    (202) 249-0056
    Oxford House Channing Street is a democratically run, self-sufficient and drug-free house.This self-supporting, drug-free home is operated by Oxford House, a nonprofit network based in Silver Spring.Each month, Oxford Houses in the area come together to share their experiences to ensure that Oxford Channing Street House operates in a way that preserves the good reputation of Oxford .. see more
  • Oxford House Decatur Street Website Learn more 4804 14th Street, North West
    Washington, DC - 20011-4317
    202-506-6032
    Oxford House Decatur Street is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug-free home.This place only accepts men.Every home in Oxford is an effective and inexpensive method of preventing relapse.A representative of each chamber in this chapter meets with the others on a monthly basis to share information, find solutions to problems in a particular chamber and express the views .. see more
  • Oxford House Shepherd Street Website Learn more 310 Shepherd Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20018
    (202) 506-1763
    Oxford House Shepherd Street is a self-contained health center for recovering alcoholics and addicts.Oxford House Shepherd Street is a self-sufficient, drug-free home for men and women.Oxford Houses is a recovering concept of drug and alcohol addiction.Every month, Oxford houses in a geographical area meet to share their common experiences in order to ensure that Oxford Hou .. see more
  • Oxford House Eye Street Website Learn more 639 I Street North East
    Washington, DC - 20002-4349
    (202) 864-6803
    Oxford House Eye Street is a democratically run, self-sufficient, drug-free home.Oxford House is a concept of recovery from drug and alcohol abuse.Every month, Oxford homes in the area come together to share their experiences to ensure oxford house eye street works in a way that preserves the good name of Oxford House and encourages more experienced homes to help younger ones.This self .. see more
  • Oxford House 45th Place Website Learn more 4230 Eads Street, North East
    Washington, DC - 20019-3439
    (202) 506-7754
    Oxford House 45th Place is a self-managed, self-funded convalescent home for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts.Oxford House 45th Place is a sober house for all men.Every Oxford house is an effective and low-cost method of preventing relapse.On a monthly basis, Oxford homes in a geographical area come together to share their common experiences to ensure that Oxford Hous .. see more
  • Oxford House Texas Avenue Website Learn more 4808 Texas Avenue South East
    Washington, DC - 20019-4127
    (202) 629-6067
    Oxford House Texas Avenue is a democratic, self-ufuffered and drug-free home.It's an all-female house.Oxford House is a concept of drug and alcohol rehabilitation.A representative of each chamber in the region meets with the others on a monthly basis to share information, seek to resolve the problems of a particular chamber and express the vote of that chamber on more important issues. .. see more
  • Oxford House Adrian Website Learn more 720 Adrian Street South East
    Washington, DC - 20019-4201
    (202) 525-3347
    Oxford House Adrian is a self-contained health centre for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts.Oxford House Adrian is a male facility.Every home in Oxford is an effective and inexpensive method of preventing relapse.A representative of all the Assemblies in the area meets with others on a monthly basis, to share information, to seek problem-solving in a particular House, .. see more
  • Oxford House Douglas Website Learn more 3047 Douglas Street North East
    Washington, DC - 20018-1546
    202-248-4606
    Oxford House Douglas is a stand-alone, self-contained home for the recovery of alcoholics and drug addicts.Oxford House Douglas is a sober home for all men.The Oxford Houses are a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.Every month, Oxford homes in a geographical area come together to share their common experiences in order to ensure that Oxford House Douglas operates .. see more
  • Oxford House Easy Avenue Website Learn more 4208 Eades Street North East
    Washington, DC - 20019-3439
    202-396-4374
    .. see more
  • Oxford House Euclid 2 Website Learn more 2536 11th Street North West
    Washington, DC - 20001-3924
    202-652-1473
    Oxford House Euclid 2 is a self-supporting recovery house for the recovery of alcoholics and drug addicts.Oxford House Euclid 2 is a sober house for men.Each Oxford house represents an effective and low-cost way to prevent a recurrence.A representative from each House of the Chapter meets monthly with the others, to exchange information, seek the resolutio .. see more
  • Oxford House W Street Website Learn more 1763 W Street South East
    Washington, DC - 20020-4213
    (202) 723-1396
    Oxford House W Street is a democratically run, self-sufficient, and drug-free house.This facility only accepts men.Each Oxford house represents an effective and low-cost method of relapse prevention.A representative of each House in the Chapter meets monthly with the others to exchange information, to seek a solution to problems in a particular House .. see more
  • N Street Village Email Website Learn more 1333 N St NW
    Washington, DC - 20005
    (202) 319-9100
    N Street Village serves homeless and low-income women each year.Services:EmergenciesImmediate ShelterAffordable Housing .. see more
  • Catholic Charities Mount Carmel House Website Learn more 471 G Place NW
    Washington, DC - 20001
    (202) 289-6315
    .. see more


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