DC’s Children, Among Those Experiencing Mental Health Crises
A recent study made by the Annie E.Casey Foundation showed that children in Washington D.C. area rank 19th in the Nation for... Read More
National Mental Health Emergency Line is opened for Mothers
We are commemorating National Breastfeeding Week, a date that makes us focus on the wonderful experience of being a mother. This year,... Read More
Free Events This Week in Washington D.C.
Get ready this week to enjoy with family, friends or alone different events in Washington D.C. Next Tuesday 26th at 7:30 p.m.,... Read More
Washington Opens the First Shelter for LGBTQ+ Community
This is a news full of colors. From now on, refugees and homeless of the LGBTQ+ community in Washington D.C. will have... Read More
Free Events in Washington D.C. this Week.
Get ready to enjoy upcoming free events in the District of Columbia. On Monday, you can have a book exchange at Ivy... Read More
Washington DC VA Medical Center, Committed to Mental Health
The stigma of mental health still persists, however, as stated by the Associate Chief of Staff of the Mental Health Service of... Read More
Attention: Restrictions and Closures due to the Pop of Spring
For 10 days beginning April 10, the Pop of Springs will be celebrated, an event that is a part of the festivities... Read More
Healthy Youth Survey: Worrying Figures on the Mental Health of Young People in Washington D.C.
The Healthy Youth Survey (HYS) released alarming figures: 70% of young people in Washington D.C. suffer from anxiety and 20% have had... Read More
Let us Join Mardi Gras Parade in Washington D.C.
On February 26 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, you can enjoy the Mardi Gras Parade, a party to share with all... Read More
Building Blocks DC, a Strategy to Prevent Violence in Washington D.C.
Building Blocks D.C. (BBDC) is a strategy created by the Washington Mayor’s Office that aims to reduce and prevent the risk of... Read More