Since 1980, Community of Hope has served the District's low-income families, including those experiencing homelessness, providing opportunities to help them achieve good health, a stable home, family-sustaining income … and hope. A continuum of housing programs – including homelessness prevention, temporary and transitional shelter, permanent supportive housing, and rapid rehousing– provides over 600 families with a safe place to live while helping them increase their income and work toward their goals of stability and self-sufficiency. Families access intensive case management, job support, youth intervention and mentoring, and support with budgeting, family stability, and substance abuse, all according to need. COH is also a Federally Qualified Health Center offering comprehensive services at three health centers in Wards 1, 5, and 8, designed so that low-income clients can access everything they need at one location: preventative and routine health care, wellness services, chronic disease management, dental services, prenatal care, and specialty care. Ultimately, we are all one community: let's ensure that homes, good health, and hope are accessible to everyone.