Welcome to Capitol Hill Village Resources Page

We have organized our resources according to categories, which includes: Transportation, Local, Caregivers, Social Isolation, Safety, Technology, and COVID-19.

Transportation Resources

Transportation Resources

This section includes transportation resources for DC residents. You can find resources related to public transportation, paratransit, rideshares, non-emergency medical transit, and pedestrian safety.

Transportation

Check out our transportation webpage for our transportation resources:

Transportation

Local Resources

Local Resources

This section includes aging services resources for DC residents. You can find information on the DC Ward 6 lead agencies, Senior Wellness Centers, the DC Department of Aging and Community Living, the Department of Behavior Health, the DC Center, DC 311.

Seabury Resources For Aging

Website: https://www.seaburyresources.org/

Seabury provides personalized, affordable services and housing options to help older adults in the greater Washington, DC area live with independence and dignity.

DC Department of Behavioral Health
The DC Center for the LGBT Community
The DC Department of Aging and Community Living (DACL)
Senior Wellness Centers
DC 311
IONA Senior Services Guide
Resources For Caregivers

Resources For Caregivers

This section includes resources for caregivers. You can find resources from DACL, the Alzheimer's Association, the National Alliance for Caregiving, AARP, and the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging.

DACL Caregiver Resources

Website: https://dacl.dc.gov/service/caregiver-programs

Phone: 202-724-5626

DACL provides a variety of programs and services to support unpaid caregivers to our seniors and adults with disabilities. From caregiver respite programs to support groups, educational programs to case management. You are not alone in your journey—DACL is with you.

Alzheimer’s Association National Capital Area Chapter
National Alliance for Caregiving
AARP
National Resource Center on LGBT Aging
Social Isolation Resources

Social Isolation Resources

This section includes local and national resources regarding social isolation. 

Village Connections

CHV's own 1:1 volunteer support program. For members who would like a friendly daily or weekly call, contact info@capitolhillvillage.org to be matched with a specially trained volunteer.

SAGE LGBT Elder Hotline
Friendship Line
Commit to Connect
End of Life Resources

End of Life Resources

This section includes resources regarding end of life.

Capitol Hill Village End of Life Symposium

The Capitol Hill Village "Contemplation of Our End of Life Symposium" was a two part event exploring options for use in planning your or a loved one's future. Part One took place April 7th, 2022 on Zoom and provided a high level view of the issues and options related to end of life. Part Two took place on June 9th, 2022 at Martha's Table and provided a more detailed look at what a person needs to know for planning one's end of life.

Check out the End of Life Symposium webpage at: https://capitolhillvillage.org/end-of-life-symposium/

You can view the Symposium session and workshop recordings at:

 

Getting Your Papers In Order
How To Discuss End of Life Care
Safety Resources

Safety Resources

This section includes resources regarding personal safety. 

Fall Prevention
Emergency Preparedness
Fraud
Elder Abuse and Exploitation
DC Community Response Team
Technology Resources

Technology Resources

This section includes local and national resources regarding technology.

Get Set Up

Website: https://www.getsetup.io/

GetSetUp is on a mission to help the third of the world’s population who are over 55 to learn new skills, connect with others and unlock new life experiences.

 

DC Public Library, LinkedIn Learning
Connect.DC
Coronavirus Hub

Coronavirus Hub

The Coronavirus Hub was developed to provide specific resources, science-based links, and communication about policies related to the spread of the COVID-19 (the illness caused by the Novel Corona Virus), referred to commonly as “coronavirus,” in the greater Washington, DC region. 

Coronavirus Hub

Check out the Coronavirus Hub below.

Coronavirus Hub