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PLEASE STAY SAFE DURING THIS CHALLENGING TIME! 

This is such a hard time for us all as we begin the slow process of reopening our city. The very real threat of Covid-19 continues and recent social unrest underscores the hardships and challenges so many in our city face each day. Woodley House stands united against racism and for social equity in our community. Please take care of yourselves and one another. We’re in this together.

For 62 years, Woodley House has provided welcoming and affordable housing and support for adults living with chronic mental illness. Our 2019 Annual Report describes our programs and highlights our accomplishments last year.

Woodley House provides a safe haven for men and women struggling with mental illness and we need your help! Thanks to a Challenge Grant from The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, your donation will be matched, dollar for dollar,  up to $20,000! Please help us (& double your impact) by donating here. 

A short video about Woodley House through the eyes of its residents,

NOTES:

   ***The Woodley House Food Pantry is temporarily closed.  SIL Residents should contact Woodley House staff for food assistance.   

  ***   Mary Margaret Valenti Scholarship for Certified Peer Support   Specialists is delayed until further notice.                            

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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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