The St. Elizabeth’s East Campus, a newly constructed complex, has 396 beds available for emergency shelter, for seniors and individuals with medical needs, and for those participating in work programs. The center also has, a mailroom, computer lab, barber shop and laundry facility as well as a daytime service center – a place where unhoused residents of D.C. can access low-barrier resources.
Residents can also be connected with case management and behavioral health support, and can access the kitchen for culinary job training program.
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