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Washington, DC – Major food banks/ Food Pantries -2

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• D.C. CENTRAL KITCHEN: FOOD RESCUE AND MEAL PROGRAM
Phone: (202) 234-0707
Address: 425 2Nd Street NW Washington, DC 20001

Transports surplus foods from metro area food service businesses and delivers them to its central location. Donations are prepared into balanced meals and snacks, which are delivered to social service agencies in DC, MD and VA…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (DOH): CSFP (COMMODITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD): ADMIN OFFICE
Phone: (202) 724-5626
Address: 899 North Capitol Street NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides nutritious free food and nutrition education to low income women, infants, children, and seniors. Children must be under 6 years of age. Women must be pregnant or up to 1 year postpartum. Seniors must be 60 years and older…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (DOH): FOOD SAFETY
Phone: (202) 535-2180
Address: 899 North Capitol Street NE Washington, DC 20002

Ensures that residents and visitors to the District of Columbia consume safe and wholesome food. Administers an inspection program to address risk factors known to contribute to food-borne illness and accepts complaints against food establishments…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): ANACOSTIA SERVICE CENTER
Phone: (202) 645-4630
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides food stamps, Medicaid, and TANF benefits to those eligible…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): CHANGE CENTER
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Allows customers to report household or other changes that may impact their TANF, Foodstamp, or Medicaid benefits by telephone…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): CONGRESS HEIGHTS SERVICE CENTER
Phone: (202) 645-0420
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides food stamps, Medicaid, and TANF benefits to those eligible…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides telephone assistance to TANF, Foodstamp, and Medicaid recipients with concerns and questions related to their benefits. Assists with general benefits questions, case-specific concerns, and locating the appropriate IMA Service Center…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): FOOD STAMP EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Helps food stamp recipients without dependents acquire more education and job training certification to become more marketable candidates for employment. Works in partnership with the University of the District of Columbia (UDC)…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): FOOD STAMP QUALITY CONTROL
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Takes reports of food stamp fraud and abuse. Performs federally mandated state-level quality control assurance reviews to determine payment accuracy in the administration of the Food Stamp Program…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): FORT DAVIS SERVICE CENTER
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides food stamps, Medicaid, and TANF benefits to those eligible…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Investigates allegations of welfare fraud, waste and abuse in Temporary Assistance, Food Stamp and Medicaid programs. Refers fraud cases to the Office of Corporation Counsel for criminal prosecution or to the Department of Human Services Office of Fair Housing..



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): H STREET SERVICE CENTER
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides food stamps, Medicaid, and TANF benefits to those eligible…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): INCOME MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medical Assistance, Food Stamps, Burial Assistance, Interim Disability Assistance, and General Public Assistance for Children…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): OFFICE OF THE CHIEF
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Investigates allegations of welfare fraud, waste and abuse in Temporary Assistance, Food Stamp and Medicaid programs; assists federal and local law enforcement authorities with location and apprehension of felons with outstanding warrants…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP: FORMERLY FOOD STAMPS)
Phone: 202.671.4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the new name for the federal Food Stamp Program. The Districts’ SNAP program helps low-income residents and families buy the food they need for good health. Benefits are provided on an electronic card that is used like an ATM card and accepted at m..



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (DHS): TAYLOR STREET SERVICE CENTER
Phone: (202) 671-4200
Address: 64 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides food stamps, Medicaid, and TANF benefits to those eligible…



• D.C. DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE, SECURITIES AND BANKING
Phone: 202-727-8000
Address: 810 1 Street NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides Eviction/Foreclosure services…



• D.C. HUNGER SOLUTIONS
Phone: (202) 640-1088
Address: 1200 18th Street NW Washington, DC 20036

D.C. Hunger Solutions, founded in 2002 as an initiative of the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC), works to create a hunger-free community and thereby improve the nutrition, health, economic security, and well-being of low-income District residents. They currently run 3 initiatives in the Distri..



• D.C. OFFICE ON AGING: MEDICAID AND SNAP BENEFITS
Phone: (202) 724-5626
Address: 500 K Street NE Washington, DC 20002

Provides Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, Formally Food Stamps) services and Medicaid Enrollment and Waiver services..



• D.C. SUPERIOR COURT: CRIME VICTIMS COMPENSATION PROGRAM
Phone: (202) 879-4216
Address: 515 5th Street NW Washington, DC 20001

The Crime Victims Compensation Program assists victims of crime and their families with crime-related expenses such as funeral and burial costs, medical and mental health needs, lost wages, emergency food and shelter, and housing relocation assistance related to the crime. The maximum award is $25,0..



• DC.JCC: MORRIS CAFRITZ CENTER FOR COMMUNITY SERVICES
Phone: (202) 518-0249
Address: 1529 16th Street NW Washington, DC 20036

Provides volunteer opportunities for adults, students, and families with options including, tutoring or mentoring, working with elderly, Russian immigrants, homeless, and low income children, homeless adults and preparing food for the homeless..

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