HANNAH HOUSE IN WASHINGTON, DC IS IN THE PROCESS OF CLOSING PERMANENTLY. WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING RESIDENT APPLICATIONS OR DONATIONS AND OUR FACILITIES ARE NOW CLOSED.

For more than 30 years, Hannah House served as a transitional facility for homeless women and their children in Washington, DC. More than that, we provided a home and a chance to start life over. The overall goal for every client that came through our doors was independent and self-sufficient living.

Our residents worked hard in our programs to build rich, happy, healthy lives for themselves and we did everything we could to help them along the way. Our case management team ensured that every adult and child in our long-term programs had everything they needed to make the difficult transition to independent living. Hannah House was the only transitional homeless shelter with a dual program in the Washington, DC area. Our houses were designed not only to provide shelter but a home to serve as a starting point to self-sustained housing.

Now we've come to the end of our journey and we've closed our doors. Thank you for your support over the years! Please check back again soon - our history and archival photos will be posted to our website as a testament to our history and impact.