Health

Urgent Health Care

Upper Cardozo Health Center
3020 14th Street NW
Phone 202-469-4699

COVID 19 Testing - Yes

COVID-19 Testing

English

855-363-0333

Spanish

844-796-2797

Medstar Urgent Care

1805 Columbia Road NW 

202-797-4960 

Covid 19 Testing - Yes 

Non-Urgent Health Care

Mary’s Center
Doctor's appointments available by video chat or phone
Open for new or existing patients
844-796-2797

Mental Health

DC Behavioral Health Department
Free

Call anytime to speak to a licensed therapist and get referrals

1-888-793-4357

Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-8255

Call anytime

Free

Help for adults in mental health crisis
(DBH Community Response Team)

202-673-6495

Call anytime

Free

For anyone in DC

Help for children in mental health crisis

(CHAMPS)

202-481-1440

Call anytime

Free

For anyone in DC

www.catholiccharitiesdc.org/champs/

Emotional support for teens (Mindright)

Text “Hello” to 886-886

Free (except for text message charges)

For people ages 13-26

Register and text with a mental health coach

www.mindright.io/

Medicine Delivery

Need food or medicine delivered to your home?  
Call DC Mutual Aid:

 

Ward 1: 202-681-9183

Ward 2: 202-688-5812

Ward 3: 202-556-1315

Ward 4: 202-681-3098

Ward 5: 202-643-7030

Ward 6:  ‪202-683-9962‬

Wards 7 & 8: 202-630-0336

 

My ward? https://planning.dc.gov/whatsmyward

Delivery of food, medicine and other items.  Only for families with COVID-19.  

Call 1-888-349-8323

or  https://gethelp.dc.gov/#/display/5e8fc72943cabd0212198a8b

Free diapers at Centronia

You need an appointment. Make an appointment here https://www.centronia.org/diapers/. Or talk to your teacher or student services.

Face Masks

In DC, it is now required to wear a face mask in the grocery store. It is also recommended that everyone over two years old wear a mask anytime they leave the house. Children younger than two should never wear masks because they could have difficulty breathing.

Here are tips about using a mask. Even though masks provide some protection, it is still very important to continue social distancing and stay home as much as possible.

Learn about making a cloth mask: bit.ly/CDCFaceMaskInfo

 

En DC, ahora se requiere usar una máscara facial en el supermercado. También se recomienda que todas las personas mayores de dos años usen una máscara cada vez que salgan de la casa. Los niños menores de dos años nunca deben usar máscaras porque podrían tener dificultades para respirar.

Aquí hay consejos sobre el uso de una máscara. Aunque las máscaras brindan alguna protección adicional, es muy importante continuar el distanciamiento social y permanecer en casa tanto como sea posible.

Aprenda a hacer una máscara de tela: bit.ly/CDCFaceMaskInfo

 

በዲሲ አሁን ሱፔር ማርኬት ውስጥ የፊት ጭንብል ወይም የፊት መሽፋኛ ማድረግ ያስፈልጋል ፡፡ በተጨማሪም ከሁለት ዓመት በላይ ዕድሜ ያላቸው ማንኛውም ሰው ከቤት ሲወጡ ጭምብል ውይም የፊት መሽፋኛ  እንዲለብሱ መንግሥት ይመክራል ፡፡ ከሁለት ዓመት በታች የሆኑ ልጆች የመተንፈስ ችግር ስለሚኖርባቸው ጭምብልን ውይም የፊት መሽፋኛ  በጭራሽ መልበስ የለባቸውም ፡፡

ጭምብል ውይም የፊት መሽፋኛ  ስለመጠቀም ጠቃሚ ምክሮች እዚህ አሉ ፡፡ ምንም እንኳን ጭምብሎች ውይም የፊት መሽፋኛ  የተወሰነ ተጨማሪ ጥበቃን ቢሰጡም ፣ አሁንም ድረስ  ከስዎች መራቅ እና በተቻለ መጠን በቤት ውስጥ መቆየት በጣም አስፈላጊ ነው ፡፡

የጨርቅ ጭምብል ውይም የፊት መሽፋኛ  እንዴት መስራት የችላሉ: bit.ly/CDCFaceMaskInfo

 

À DC, il est désormais obligatoire de porter un masque facial à l'épicerie. Il est également recommandé que toutes les personnes de plus de deux ans portent un masque chaque fois qu'elles quittent la maison. Les enfants de moins de deux ans ne devraient jamais porter de masques car ils pourraient avoir des difficultés à respirer.

Voici des conseils sur l'utilisation d'un masque. Même si les masques offrent une certaine protection, il est toujours très important de maintenir l'éloignement social et de rester à la maison autant que possible.

Apprenez à faire un masque en tissu: bit.ly/CDCFaceMaskInfo

Benefits

Public Benefits and Health Insurance

Will your benefits (TANF, SNAP, DC Alliance, Medicaid, and childcare vouchers) expire in March or April?  If so, you do NOT need to visit a service center to renew them. Your benefits will be renewed automatically.

Do you need to apply for benefits (TANF, SNAP, DC Alliance, Medicaid, and childcare vouchers)?
Drop off your completed application at a DHS Service Center. Take a photo of all your application pages and a photo of you dropping the application off.  Here’s an application: https://dhs.dc.gov/publication/combined-application-benefits 

 

Need help?  Contact your student services coordinator at your Briya site.

WIC at Mary's Center

Do NOT go to the clinic for appointments.

Checks will be mailed.

Want a telephone appointment? Call 202-232-6679.

Where to use your WIC check and what food you can get:  https://www.dcwic.org/covid-19

Crisis

Any Emergency – Call 911

Emergency Housing

Families who need emergency housing - Call DC Shelter Hotline at (202) 399-7093 or 311 at any time of the day or night. Virginia Williams Family Resource Center is closed until April 1.

Domestic Violence

Call or text the victim hotline 1-844-4HELPDC (1-844-443-5732) or online chat at www.DCvictim.org/chat

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