Since 1995, Covenant House Washington has been a lifeline to over 40,000 homeless and disconnected young people in Greater Washington.
The Sleep Out Movement is made up of advocates throughout the United States and Canada who accept the challenge to sleep outside for one night at Covenant House sites as well as in private backyards, school grounds, and community spaces so homeless kids don’t have to.
Covenant House Washington offers wrap-around supportive service to the nations most vulnerable population. Our youth are represented from all across the tri-state region (D.C., MD, VA). Our vision is to provide youth with safe stable housing, while engaging youth in services they need to become self sustaining adults upon leaving our programs. Programs include: housing, case management, GED/high school diploma prep, college placement/ post secondary support, and job/career placement.