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Veterans Affairs Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program

Veterans Affairs Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program

Social work programs for veterans

Ambulatory Care
Social Work Services are available in outpatient clinics and inpatient areas. Each patient is assigned to a Primary Care team and can expect to have a Social Worker that is assigned to one of those teams. The Social Workers work collaboratively as part of the interdisciplinary team

Social Workers assist in a variety of ways with issues that may present themselves while you are either an in or outpatient, including: c risis intervention, h igh-risk screening, discharge planning,
case management, advocacy, family counseling, and education.

Our Primary Care Social Workers often provide long-term case management services to veterans who are at high risk of being admitted to a hospital, those who have very complex medical problems, and those who need additional help and support. They are available when needed to provide and coordinate a variety of services you may need, including counseling or support services or just helping you figure out what you need and how to get it.

Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center
50 Irving Street, NW
Washington, DC 20422
(202) 745-8336
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/03/2017  [ 2149 ] 

Center for Life

Center for Life

Ambulatory Care Centers

Out patient services - case management, dialysis treatment, services for hearing impaired, spiritual assistance, senior connection, free transportation for local patients

Providence Hospital
1150 Varnum Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
(202) 269-7074
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/03/2017  [ 2154 ] 

Bread for the City

Bread for the City

Ambulatory Care Centers

Provides quality health care regardless of ability to pay. For those who can pay, a sliding scale based on family size and income is used to determine the appropriate amount. This site operates in conjuction with the services offered at Bread for the City.

Bread for the City
1638 Good Hope Road, SE
Washington, DC 20020
(202) 561-8587
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/03/2017  [ 2159 ] 

Georgetown Family Center - Bowen Center for the Study of the Family Clinic

Georgetown Family Center - Bowen Center for the Study of the Family Clinic

Family Center clinic

Offers affordable psychotherapy to individuals and families and consultation to organizations in the greater Washington community.

The clinician does not tell the client what to do or how to solve problems, but asks questions that ideally provoke the client's best thinking and helps to place the current dillemma in a broader context.

A sliding fee scale is available for people with limited financial resources.

Bowen Center for the Study of the Family/ The Georgetown Family Center
4400 MacArthur Boulevard, NW, Suite 103
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 965-4400
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/03/2017  [ 2185 ] 

Blair Transitional and Rehabilitation Program

Blair Transitional and Rehabilitation Program

Case Management

The Blair Transitional and Rehabilitation Program provides 24-hour residential services to homeless men who are ready to make a change in their lives. Services include substance abuse counseling, case management, employment and housing placement assistance, and meals. The length of the program is 6-9 months, and it is designed to help the men move to independence and self-sufficiency.

Coalition for the Homeless
635 I Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 727-2832
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/03/2017  [ 2208 ] 

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