Through the generosity of our corporate sponsors and partners, N Street Village is able to meet the immediate and long-term needs of each woman who arrives at our doors. N Street Village offers opportunities for organizations to get involved that best align with the values and goals of the company while meeting the needs of the Village.
Bhakti Yoga offers group yoga classes and monthly meal-prep classes for residents interested in plant-based cooking.
Capital Breast Care Center provides breast and cervical cancer screenings for our clients.
Consumer Action Network’s homeless and formerly homeless advocates educate clients about policy issues relevant to homelessness and encourage women to get involved in advocacy.
House of Ruth offers onsite and virtual group classes on healthy relationships.
HOYA Medical Students facilitate women’s health and health promotion classes.
Ignatius Spirituality Project (ISP) provides a three- day spiritual recovery retreat for residents and runs a “Grounded in God” meeting once a month.
JP Morgan Financial leads financial literacy classes to clients.
Junior League of DC provides bi-monthly activities, meals, and fun holiday celebrations.
Mary’s Center provides individual therapy on a weekly basis for our clients.
Project Knitwell hosts weekly crochet and knitting classes.
The Theatre Lab helps our Recovery Housing create original dramatic performances based on their own life experiences.
Unity Health Care provides on-site primary care and psychiatric care for our Wellness Center clients.
Walgreens Community Pharmacy hosts wellness and smoking cessation classes.
UPIC Health offers an 8-week workforce training program with the option of direct employment for Village residents in customer service and technical support.
Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless provides legal consultation for our clients.
Wendt Center leads workshops on grief and loss.