Helping Rockville families find a place to call home: Inside the work of Stepping Stones Shelter
In 1982, Stepping Stones Shelter made history as the first homeless shelter for families in Montgomery County, MD. Today, it’s best known for its location in Rockville’s historic Dawson Farmhouse and for providing about 30 families with housing and services each year.
A seat for everyone: Street Sense Media chats with Silver Spring-based homeless services provider Shepherd’s Table
Street Sense Media spoke with the executive director at the Silver Spring organization Shepherd’s Table about it’s services, the people it serves and how it was affected by the pandemic.
Capital Region Housing Challenge looks to raise $1 billion for affordable housing by 2020
The Capital Region Housing Challenge was announced by the Housing Leaders Group of Greater Washington March 20. The challenge aims to encourage $1 billion in commitments to fund affordable housing projects in the D.C. metro area.
Two years after being sued for its derelict housing conditions, landlord Sanford Capital agrees to leave D.C.
Embattled landlord Sanford Capital, sued two years ago by the District for the horrific living conditions at some of its properties, came to an agreement with D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine which requires the company to relinquish all ownership of its residential properties throughout the city.
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