Family-style, affordable housing options for Washington, DC seniors, 60 years and older.
“I had nowhere to go. I didn’t want to burden my children and I couldn’t afford to live alone. This home has been a blessing.” -Mr. G., Home First Resident
Seabury at Home First has been providing housing and care for low-income seniors since 1981 and became a subsidiary of Seabury Resources for Aging (formerly Episcopal Senior Ministries) in 2000.
Read more about our history here.
Home First today operates three recently-renovated, small homes for low-income elderly in NE Washington, DC and a volunteer-based housing services program, Age-In-Place that helps seniors maintain the integrity and safety of their homes.
Home First was recently featured on WUSA Channel 9 as a Friday's Hero.
A part of the Senior Services Network supported by the D.C. Office on Aging