Entries by Katie Matusik

2020 Online Auction FAQ

This year, all Auction items are available for bidding online! You can access the Silent Auction using your computer or mobile device. If you purchased individual tickets through our auction website, you have already received a text message with a link to your personal bidding account. Please do not register for a new account to begin […]

Why Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) in D.C.?

With the complex intersections of age, mental health, economics, and deep societal inequities, even deeply affordable housing is out of reach for many Village clients. That is why N Street Village provides Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), which combines affordable housing with supportive services that provide clients with the tools to cope with mental health, addiction, […]

Reflections on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Dear Friends, In keeping with my tradition, I wanted to write you this reflection today as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. Here at N Street Village a vital part of our mission and our commitment is to be engaged in the cause of furthering social justice. Every day we […]

Did You See Us in The Washington Post?

You did it! We are excited to share this record-setting three year partnership total thanks to Washington Post readers, staff, and Village friends. Thank you to all who have followed along on this journey and shared in the stories of hope and healing! Columnist John Kelly wrote nearly 30 stories featuring clients and alumna like […]

D.C. Hypothermia Hotline: What You Need to Know

Save and share the Hotline number: (202) 399-7093 or 311. When calling, please include the time, the address or location of the sighting, and a description of the individual. If there is an immediate risk to safety, always call 911. Hypothermia alerts are activated when the forecasted temperature, including wind chill, is or will be 32° F or […]

Village CEO Speaks at Community Chronic Homelessness Panel

Today, we are proud to have Village CEO Schroeder Stribling speaking alongside Miriam’s Kitchen, the Greater Washington Community Foundation, and the Downtown DC Business Improvement District to talk about ways we can work together as a city to create permanent and dignified solutions for individuals experiencing homelessness. This panel was part of the Partnership to […]

Staff Spotlight: Meet Sangita!

Sangita Joshi is a cornerstone of our Village family – in the 11 years she has been here, she has served the Village clients with heart and passion. How long have you been at N Street Village? I have been a part of the N Street Village family for a little over 11 years! I […]