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A woman named Jewel shines again: ‘N Street Village really helped save my life’

December 31, 2019

A woman named Jewel shines again: ‘N Street Village really helped save my life’

“I’m climbing over that rainbow,” said Jewel McNeill, a client of N Street Village, a nonprofit in Washington that helps women who have experienced homelessness.

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December 21, 2019

In a town of anonymity, many Helping Hand clients sing of their achievements

Client Rhonda White and counselor Eric Simpson Sr. at Mary Claire House. Mary Claire House and the adjoining Jordan House serve formerly homeless people who have experienced mental illness.

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December 16, 2019

Before getting to the ‘how’ of recovery, addicts must get to the ‘why’ of addiction

N Street Village is a nonprofit that helps women experiencing homelessness in the District.

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December 11, 2019

At N Street’s Dog Time, the women are homeless. The dogs don’t know that.

Every Tuesday it's Dog Time, when therapy dogs visit with N Street Village's clients.

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December 2, 2019

Women living with HIV find a welcome home at Miriam’s House

Robyn Ball-Harris lives at Miriam’s House, a home in Northwest D.C. for women who are HIV-positive. It is run by N Street Village, a charity that is a partner in The Washington Post Helping Hand.

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November 20, 2019

In the intimidating quest for Social Security benefits, N Street Village is there

Chaquita Goode and Matthew LaBorde work together at N Street Village’s MARJ and MAK Vocational Center, a resource that helps women experiencing homelessness get benefits and find work.

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