Woodley House provides a range of housing and support for people with mental illness or substance use disorders to live full and healthy lives with dignity within our welcoming residential community. View our 2019 Annual ReportThank you for supporting Woodley House by donating here.

Our anxiety levels are being challenged like never before, but we’re all in this together. If you would like to donate any food, supplies, puzzles or games, we would greatly appreciate it! (Valenti House, 2711-13 Connecticut Ave. NW between Woodley & Cathedral). Call to let them know you are coming (202-830-3516) for a ‘no-touch’ delivery! Taking care of each other is what life is all about.  Stay safe out there …

****The Woodley House Food Pantry is closed until March 30, 2020.  SIL Residents should contact Woodley House staff for food assistance.***


   ***   Mary Margaret Valenti Scholarship for Certified Peer Support   Specialists – Due to the COVID-19 situation, the scholarship opportunity is being delayed.  We will announce the new deadlines in the near future.  Stay tuned …

   ***   Wine-Tasting Event on May 14th at Cork Wine Bar!  Unfortunately, this event has been postponed until the Fall due to the Covid-19 public health emergency.  Donor who have purchased tickets, will be contacted to make arrangements for refunds.  Thank you for your support in these uncertain circumstances.

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This short video that tells the story of Woodley House through the people we serve:

Providing Comfort. Transforming Lives.

Woodley House mourns the passing of our great friend, supporter and ambassador extraordinaire, Mary Margaret Valenti. She was the heart and soul of Woodley House and we will miss her vision, compassion and indomitable spirit.

Woodley House is celebrating our Diamond Anniversary – 60 years of providing housing and support services for adults living with chronic mental illness in Washington, DC. From crisis care to supported independence, Woodley House is there for every step of our clients’ recovery and integration into the community. 

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