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The District of Columbia Housing Authority has partnered with Greenleaf District Partners, a team comprised of developers Pennrose, EYA and Bozzuto Group to begin negotiations on the redevelopment of the greater Greenleaf community, including Greenleaf Gardens, Greenleaf Senior, Greenleaf Additions, and Greenleaf Extension. “DCHA is pleased to be moving forward with Greenleaf District Partners to

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Season of Giving Fundraisin...

The District of Columbia Housing Authority’s annual Season of Giving fundraising has passed the halfway point of its $50,000 goal with more than $36,000 in donations. Each year DCHA supports its customers—including veterans, seniors, and young people by raising funds during our Season of Giving. The annual Veterans Appreciation Event,  Thanksgiving Meals for seniors, and

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The District of Columbia Housing Authority celebrated veterans around the region and announced the awarding of 87 additional VASH, or Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing vouchers from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development at its ninth annual Veterans Appreciation Event. The event, held virtually this year, featured guest speakers and honored DCHA’s over 1,000

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DCHA Poster Contest Winners...

Youth from the District of Columbia Housing Authority’s communities recently had the opportunity to showcase their creativity in the agency’s Poster Contest. The contest challenged all artists in grades K through 12 to create a 22-inch by 28-inch masterpiece with a brief explanation of why their artwork shows what home means to them. DCHA is

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DCHA’s Family Self-Su...

  After renting for years, Reaves said she wanted to invest in her future. She said she was tired of throwing away her money on rent when she could own something of her own. She entered DCHA’s Family Self-Sufficiency program with the end goal of homeownership. “With FSS, they will help you save your money

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“DCHA is proud that we’re not just a one-stop-shop to create housing. Our mission is also to foster sustainable communities and cultivate opportunities for residents to improve their lives. It is very important to understand how safety protocols during the extended COVID-19 public health emergency can financially impact our residents,” said DCHA Executive Director Tyrone

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DCHA Hosts Back 2 Business ...

  More than 30 people attended the second Back 2 Business, a Small Business Administration Day event held in partnership with the District of Columbia Housing Authority. The event, presented virtually on September 25, featured resources and professional services that assist entrepreneurs and business owners start and grow their businesses in D.C. All of the

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DCHA Customers Benefit from...

    Residents and neighbors of the greater Greenleaf community were the first community to benefit from the new partnership with health and community support providers this week. The District of Columbia Housing Authority entered into a partnership with The Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation commonly referred to as United Medical Center and the George Washington University

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The District of Columbia Housing Authority today announced it has partnered with Woebot Health to offer Woebot, a smartphone-based general wellness program for stress and low mood, to all of DCHA’s 800 employees and to a pilot group of 450 residents living in the authority’s affordable housing communities. “Our community is facing many challenges this

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UMC Mobile Clinic to Visit ...

The District of Columbia Housing Authority has partnered with the United Medical Center’s Mobile Health Unit to bring medical services directly into our communities. Beginning next week, the mobile clinic will offer COVID-19 testing, as well as primary and preventive health care screenings at the greater Greenleaf community and Benning Terrace. On Monday, September 28,

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Last Modified: 09/19/2019 11:47 am