Seabury Resources for Aging provides free or affordable support for older adults and their families, caregivers, and congregations as they navigate the often confusing and unfamiliar transitions that come with aging. Community Services are designed to help older adults stay in their homes for as long as possible, aging in place.

Washington, DC Services & Programs

Aging and Disability Resource Centers' services include home-delivered meals and group meal sites, nutrition counseling and education, case management and support for caregivers, and social, recreational and wellness activities. Case Management services are also available for individuals (18 - 59 years old) with disabilities.

Ward 5
Phone: (202) 529-8701

Ward 6
Phone: (202) 397-1725


Age-In-Place®coordinates volunteers to provide yard work and house cleaning services to older adults living in Washington's Wards 4, 5 and 6.

Phone: (202) 635-9384, ext. 105


Senior Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired enhances the quality of life and independence of older adults who have lost or are losing their vision. Transportation is provided to and from the Center from any part of Washington DC.

Phone: (202) 529-8701


Seabury Connector provides transportation to medical and public benefit appointments for DC seniors 60 and over at no charge.

Phone: (202) 727-7771

Metro Area Services

Information and Referral Line
Free information, assistance and referral to the appropriate Seabury or other community program.

Phone: (202) 364-0020


Care Management provides professional guidance and support for older adults and their families, one-time consultation and care management services are available. Call for information on fees and subsidies.

Phone: (202) 364-0020


Congregational Resources provides guidance for Episcopal and United Church of Christ congregations as they develop programs, services, and share resources with older adults and caregivers.

Phone: (202) 414-6316

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6031 Kansas Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20011
Phone: 202.414.6315
Fax: 202.289.5693

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