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Tag Archives: Health
Rose will be enjoying Christmas in her own apartment! You first met Rose in this year’s Annual Report. She was a resident in N Street Village’s Recovery Housing program after years of living with addictions to drugs and alcohol and … Continue reading
On June 20th, we invite you to lunch at the National Press Club. The Annual Luncheon was created to raise awareness of issues related to women’s homelessness, poverty, and health. Purchase your tickets today. Read more about the event online.
Losing weight and saving money are usually at the top of the list when it comes to most popular resolutions made each year. So what are some new year’s resolutions made by our community? This is what we have heard: … Continue reading
This month, get to know N Street Village volunteer Jean Simons. Jean began serving at N Street Village’s Wellness Center in the summer of 2010. Jean leads an exercise class called “Strong and Fit” and is a mentor to an … Continue reading
By Ilana Krakowski – Ilana is a member of AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps and serves as the Program Assistant in the Health and Wellness Center. Ilana organizes Wellness Center programing, coordinates volunteers, and manages the Wellness Center receptionist team. … Continue reading
It has been one week since N Street Village and Miriam’s House announced they would be joining forces to ensure that high-quality housing and supportive services for homeless women living with HIV/AIDS remain available in D.C. as demand for such … Continue reading