FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
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To help ensure every resident has a place to call home
To help every resident identify housing options that align with their financial goals and best meet their needs.
The Central Community Development Corporation (CCDC) was formed to improve the quality of life in economically depressed areas. The Founders determined, among all residents in the District of Columbia (DC), the residents of Wards 7 and 8 were the primary target population for its mission. Consequently, CCDC was established in 2012 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It is headquartered at 3200 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20032. CCDC pursues opportunities and executes programs to accomplish its mission through:
enriching human capital
developing real estate including affordable housing (both rental and home ownership)
establishing community centers
creating and refining small businesses
providing research and information to foundations and corporate giving programs that serve or advocate for disadvantaged people
overseeing reports, conducting meetings and hosting workshops for nonprofits about how to obtain charitable contributions
conducting research and providing information about funding sources for nonprofit organizations
bolstering other services to strengthen the stability of the nonprofit sector
informing the public about the funding needs of organizations that provide services or advocate for low-income and disadvantaged communities
To help strengthen, support and stabilize families
To engage, empower, and equip residents by providing resources, offering programs, and identifying services to help families to survive – to live well – to thrive.
The Family Resource Center @ CCDC services include:
Parent Skill Training
Drop-in Blood Pressure Screening
Resource Fairs + Events