Dedicated to helping low-income older adults in the National Capital Region, Seabury provides 346 units within affordable, safe, and secure senior living communities. They also provide on-site meals, care management, and even house and yard maintenance through the Age-in-Place® intergenerational volunteer program. Connecting with thousands of older adults in this region, Seabury offers services that mitigate social isolation, food insecurity, houselessness, and aging inequities–so that they may live with independence and dignity.
Headquarters: DC-Ward 4
Where They Operate: DC-Citywide; MD-Montgomery County; MD-Prince George's County; VA-Arlington County; VA-Fairfax County; VA-City of Alexandria; VA-City of Fairfax; VA-City of Falls Church; We serve throughout the city, but have additional services as the Lead Agency for Older Adults in Ward 5 and 6 through the DC Office on Aging. Age-In-Place works in Wards 4, 5 & 6 of D.C.
Age Groups Served: Young adult (18-24); Adult (25-49); Seniors (50+)
Ethnic Groups Served: African American; Asian American; Caucasian; Latino/Hispanic
Population(s) Served: Low- to Moderate-Income Community Members; Low- to Moderate-Income Community Members
Schools They Work In: Univ. of Maryland, American University, St. Anselm's Abbey,
Awards & Recognition
Catalogue of Philanthropy - 2nd class in DC and continuing each year to 2009
Recognition of 85 years of Service - Diocese of Washington, January 27, 2009
Jubilee Ministry - June 8, 2001
- Memorial Day Celebration at Springvale Terrace
Mon May 30 2011, TBD Television News
A special Memorial Day celebration featured a tribute to retirement community residents who are veterans.
- The current budget for Seabury Resources for Aging is: $3 million or higher
- $1 million to $3 million
- $500k to $1 million
- Less than $500k
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