Our case management services engage all members of the family, including children. Once a family enters a Housing Up program, youth participants (aged 5-18) develop their own educational, social, and emotional goals with the help of their case manager.

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Youth Activities

  • Identify areas of concern and provide supportive resources
  • Develop plans of treatment to address the special needs of the client
  • Coordinate and communicate with parents, school administrators, teachers and social workers
  • Locate resources to further healthy development
  • Collaborations with school and community partners
  • Family Sporting Events
  • Field Trips
  • Selection and Enrollment Assistance for schools and daycares
  • Summer Enrichment programming
  • After-school Enrichment programming at PA1, PA2 & PA3
      • Art Club
      • Empowerment Club
      • Garden Club
      • Health Club
      • Reading Club

 

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Local Partners

Housing Up partners with local non-profits and learning institutions to ensure youth clients have access to the best educational, social, and emotional resources possible. These partners include but are not limited to:

100 Black Men of Washington
ArtLab+
Base and Cusp Summer Programs
Best Kids
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Bright Beginnings
Bright Horizons Foundation
Concerned Black Men
Cooking Matters, Inc.
DC Child Care Connections
DC Reads Program at George Washington, Catholic, and American University
DC Prevention Center
Early Stages
East River Family Strengthening Collaborative
Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative
House of Ruth
Most Valuable Kids
Southeast Whitehouse
Time for Tots Homeless Children’s Playtime Project

 

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