Emergency shelter services are offered for homeless men every night of the year. For more information, visit the Overnight Guests page.
The Restoration & Transformation Program is about changed lives—not just on the outside, but deep lasting change. The program gives dedicated students the tools they need to overcome addictions and other life-controlling issues. The residential program for men offers counseling, educational opportunities, job and skills training, cultural exposure and work therapy projects. The focus is on renewing hope, restoring family relationships and returning once-broken men to productive lives. The program can accommodate 50 men at any given time. For more information, visit the Restoration & Transformation Program page.
The Comprehensive Family Resource Center is a center where people struggling with insufficient food and clothing can find help.
3194 Bladensburg Rd. NE, Suite B
Washington, DC 20018
Phone: (202) 745-7118 ext. 500
Fax: (202) 450-1752
(The Comprehensive Family Resource Center is located down the driveway between the Popeye’s & Northeast Auto Body Collision Center)
The Relief & Restoration Program (R & R) is designed to provide a community where needy, broken families and individuals have access to free resources that provide relief from such burdens. Our goal is to restore the hurting, hungry and lost community to being better, living wiser, knowing Jesus Christ. In addition to free food and clothing, the R & R program provides pastoral counsel, encouragement and prayer, an on-site social worker to help with special circumstances, and special events throughout the year. Everyone is required to join the program for access to resources twice a month. The R&R program is a Christian program offered Mon-Thurs, every other week. The 30-45 minute program could include the following:
Open enrollment is offered from 9:00am – 12:00pm or while space permits.
Friday, June 3, 2022
Friday, October 7, 2022
To become a member, a participant must meet certain income requirements. These requirements will be based on the poverty guidelines set forth by the federal government. To become a member, please bring with you the following required registration information:
Once you become a member, follow our monthly program calendar to visit bi-weekly on your assigned day.
The Comprehensive Family Resource Center provides emergency assistance for walk-ins (nonmembers) on Thursdays, 10:00am-12:00pm, or while supplies last. Walk-ins may visit once a month for services.
For a list of opportunities, visit the Volunteer page.
All the above services are provided by Central Union Mission free of charge! Please direct any questions about these services to the Comprehensive Family Resource Center at (202) 745-7118, x500.