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Family and Medical Counseling Services

Family and Medical Counseling Services

Community health center

Community health center located in the historic Anacostia neighborhood of Southeast Washington, D.C. A visionary organization since our founding in 1976, we have developed and implemented programs and partnerships that have effectively addressed the most imposing healthcare threats facing local communities.

The high level of personal commitment demonstrated by our professional staff and extensive network of collaborators has made FMCS a respected source of education, referral, and treatment services, including HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness. By helping people lead healthier and more productive lives, our cutting-edge initiatives and care improve the quality of life every day throughout the Washington area
Provides general health services and substance abuse treatment.

Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)and payment assistance available.

Family and Medical Counseling Services
2041 Martin Luther King Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20020
(202) 889-7900
Resource Area: local
Updated: 11/15/2013  [ 2130 ] 

Max Robinson Center

Max Robinson Center

Alcohol Abuse Programs

Outpatient medical facility that provides to primary care services to anyone, but with an emphasis on treating the GLBT community. Specializes in HIV/AID-related care. Also Whitman-Walker Addiction Services (WWAS) offers professionally led psychotherapy groups, psychiatric evaluation, peer facilitated support groups, individual and couples counseling, addiction treatment counseling and referral and assistance for HIV-related mental health issues are available through this program.

Mental Health Crisis Intervention Line for newly diagnosed HIV-positive 202-797-4444; AIDS Information Line in Spanish 202-328-0697

Whitman-Walker Clinic
2301 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20020
(202) 745-6162
Resource Area: local
Updated: 11/15/2013  [ 2137 ] 

Neighbors Consejo

Neighbors Consejo

Mentall health program and substance abuse

Provides an intensive, all-day program for homeless Latino men with co-occurring mental illness and chronic substance abuse problems.

Neighbors Consejo
3118 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20010
(202) 234-6855
Resource Area: local
Updated: 11/15/2013  [ 2139 ] 

Psychiatric Institute of Washington

Psychiatric Institute of Washington

Mental health services

Provides comprehensive behavioral healthcare for children, adolescents, adults and senior adults suffering from mental health and addictive illnesses. PIW is a short-term, acute care hospital offering inpatient, partial and intensive outpatient hospitalization, as well as specialized treatment programs for chemical dependency. Post traumatic stress and dissociative disorders program

Psychiatric Institute of Washington
4228 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
(202) 885-5600
Resource Area: local
Updated: 11/15/2013  [ 2140 ] 

Regional Addiction Prevention (RAP), Inc.

Regional Addiction Prevention (RAP), Inc.

Residential substance abuse, HIV/AIDS care, transitional housing

Founded in 1970, RAP (Regional Addiction Prevention), Inc. is a not-for-profit health care and human welfare agency specializing in residential substance abuse treatment; HIV/AIDS care; emergency and transitional housing; nutritional counseling; and out-patient primary medical care. Residents and clients are adult male and female District of Columbia residents

Regional Addiction Prevention (RAP), Inc.
1949 4th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 462-7500
Resource Area: local
Updated: 11/15/2013  [ 2141 ] 

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