N Street Village
N Street Village was founded in 1972 by members of Luther Place Memorial Church in Washington, DC. Since then, thousands of women have been provided services that address both immediate and long-term needs. In October 2011, N Street Village expanded to include Miriam’s House, a residential community for homeless women with HIV and AIDS. In March 2012, N Street Village was contracted to operate a new permanent housing program serving 31 formerly homeless women.
N Street Village offers housing, food, day care, health care, and counseling to women who have a history of homelessness and/or suffer from mental illness, addiction, and/or physical abuse. By providing a continuum of services, N Street Village assists homeless and formerly homeless women achieve self sufficiency.