DC residents can explore this website to apply for public benefits by DC's Department of Human Services. Benefits include Financial Assistance/TANF, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program/SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps), and Medical Assistance.
DC Public Benefits
Questions and Answers: Financial Aid and Undocumented Students
The US Department of Education - Federal Student Aid Office compiled this list of questions and answers about federal student aid eligibilty and application for undocumented (Dreamers and DACA) students.
Re-Engagement Center Intake Form
School counselors can use this sample intake form to gather information about student's background, supports needed, and future plans.
Re-Engaging Disconnected Youth in Washington, DC
This excerpt describes local efforts supporting disconnected youth in Washington, DC, including public charter and alternative education programs, GED preparation programs, GED/workforce development blended programs, job training programs, and other programs.
DC Summer Food Finder
This website helps children and families in Washington, DC find free and healthy summer meals in their neighborhood.
Types of Financial Aid
The US Department of Education - Federal Student Aid Office produced this brochure about the three types of federal student aid: grants, loans, and work-study.
Upwardly Global helps immigrants and refugees eliminate employment barriers and integrate into the US workforce, providing an online Job Search Program and professional licensing guides.
Virginia Williams Family Resource Center
The Virginia Williams Family Resource Center connects DC families experiencing homelessness with Homeless Services, TANF Assistance, Food Stamps, Medicaid, and Child Care Services. The center is located at 920-A Rhode Island, NE.