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Ending homelessness in the District is not something we can do alone! We need your support to help each person under our care transition to self-sufficiency.

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Whether you donate online, by mail, or support one of our events, we thank you for your commitment to meeting the needs of homeless individuals and families.

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Many organizations and individuals have contributed much to the success of the Coalition. We are extremely grateful for your continued support. 

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Douglas Robertson became homeless in 1995. Although his family tried to help him, his drug addiction made it impossible.  During the winter of 1998, Mr. Robertson was arrested on suspicion of selling drugs and taken to jail. He was released late the same evening, but it was too cold to stay outside. He ended up at Blair Shelter for Men and stayed there off and on. Mr. Robertson ended up getting sent to jail in 2005 and released in 2009. He was sent to a rehabilitation facility in Washington, DC, for 90 days. Afterward, he was sent to Blair, now a transitional housing program for men.


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  • DC, Washington 20005
  • (202) 347-8870

Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization registered with the Internal Revenue Service/Department of the Treasury.



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