National Directory: District of Columbia

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HOME MODIFICATION IN District of Columbia


Home Modification Providers by City

This section contains listings of home modification providers in District of Columbia. Search by city or keyword.

Washington, DC

Living Solutions Home Modification Services

Contact Person: Kate Tulenko

Address: 1436 Oak St, Washington, DC 20010

Email Address: info@LivSolutions.com

Phone Number: 202-460-9919

Fax: 202-518-0039

Target Population: Seniors and people with disabilities

No. of Persons Served/Year: 150

No. of Paid Staff: 2

Special Features: In addition to Home Mods, Livig Solutions provides Independent Living Plans, a comprehensive evaluation of the client's lifestyle and home with recommendations on home mods, services, and referrals for independent living.

Safe At Home Program For District Seniors

Contact Person:

Address: 500 K Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002

Email Address: safeathome@homecarepartners.org

Homepage/Website: https://www.dcoa.dc.gov/featured-content/safe-at-home

Most Common Modification: District of Columbia Office on Aging (DCOA) and the Department ofHousing and Community Development work with contractors through(CSBG) to offer Safe at Home. Administered by Home Care Partners, aDCOA grantee, Safe at Home helps older adults and residents livingwith disabilities age in place. It provides preventative adaptations toreduce the risk of falls in the homes of qualifying seniors and adults withdisabilities.

Services/Modifications Provided: Safe at Home is available to seniors ages 60and older, and persons living with a disabilityages 18-59. Eligible households will receiveaccessibility adaptation grants up to $10,000to cover equipment and labor costs

District of Columbia Department of Aging and Community Living

Contact Person: Ronald Flowers, Research and Grants Management Analyst

Agency Name or Parent Company: District of Columbia Department of Aging and Community Living

Name of Home Modification Program / Resource: Ronald Flowers

Address: 500 K St., NE, Washington, DC 20032

Email Address: ronald.flowers2@dc.gov

Phone Number: 202.535.1417

Homepage/Website: DACL.dc.gov

Established: 2017

Target Population: Senior age 60+

No. of Persons Served/Year: 1160

No. of Paid Staff: 8

Services Provided:

  • Minor home modifications (e.g., grab bars, raised toilet seats, handheld showers, handrails, lever door handles)
  • Major home modifications (e.g., remodel bathrooms, adjust counter/cabinet heights, ramps, elevator/platform or chair lifts, widen doorways, roll-in showers)
  • Home assessments
  • Refers to providers (e.g., Home modification program, occupational/physical therapists, funding sources)
  • Advocacy for home modification policies and funding
  • Participate in task forces/coalitions or planning activities with other agencies
  • Integrate home modification or repairs within existing home and community-based and/or long-term care programs
  • Partners with state or local non-profit home modification programs (e.g., Rebuilding Together, Habitat for Humanity, etc...)

Funding Source(s):

  • State General Revenues

Total Budget: $6,500,000.00

Is your organization Non-Profit?: no

This project was supported, in part, by grant number HHS-2018-ACL-AOA-HMOD-0308 from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects with government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official ACL policy.

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