Any District resident, regardless of income, may speak with a case manager during our walk-in hours. We provide a wide range of client-centered services and are flexible to the varying needs of the District’s vulnerable residents.
Through the in-take process, we assess clients’ needs and provide information and referrals to help link individuals with appropriate services. We use a strengths-based approach, listening intently to the needs of each individual in order to build relationships and work towards self-sufficiency.
What begins with a referral and a few simple conversations can lead to more intensive case management, where goals are established and individuals work one-on-one with a case manager to address such issues as unemployment, substance abuse, a housing crisis, or mental or physical health challenges. We also assist individuals in applying for a variety of public benefit programs when appropriate.
- In-take interviews
- Walk-in and on-call assistance
- Case Management
- Application Services
- Representative Payee Services
- Housing Assistance
- Job readiness training through our Pre-Employment Program
Learn more about how to access Bread for the City’s Social Services programs.