National Center for Children & Families

Contact Information
6301 Greentree Rd, Bethesda, MD 20817 , Bethesda, Maryland 20817, United States
Detailed Information

ADOLESCENT SERVICES: THE GREENTREE SCHOOL – transitional school providing educational support. THE GREENTREE ADOLESCENT PROGRAM (GAP) – Offering help and assistance trying to make adolescent males productive part of communities. THE FUTUREBOUND TRADITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM (FTHP) – Providing housing and support such as life skills, health services, employment assistance. THE FUTUREBOUND INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM (FILP) – Housing services in apartment based facilities. COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES: The PARENT RESOURCE CENTER – Providing free and comprehensive services such as social skills, job search skills, computer lab, housing information and health and mental fitness. The FREEDOM SCHOOL AT DC GENERAL FAMILY SHELTER – Services provided are following: Engagement in civic and social events, workshops, nutrition, health and mental health resources. The J.C. NALLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL – This school is providing its students with educational enrichment, social services and mental health support. The FAMILY CONNECTIONS PROGRAM – Providing help and support focusing on creating opportunity to define and achieve goals of self sufficiency. The MEN IN MOTION PROGRAM – Providing educational services and building greater relationships between fathers and children. FAMILY SERVICES: THE GREENTREE SHELTER (GTS) – Providing shelter in which you can find food and nutritious meals. Clothing and laundry. Counseling, tutoring, education classes and referrals. THE FAMILY STABILIZATION PROGRAM (FSP) – Transitional housing and support services are provided within this program. THE RAPID RE-HOUSING YOUNG ADULT PROGRAM (RRHYA) – Within this program they provide permanent housing and social services such as financial assistance, case management, employment and education. THE RAPID RE-HOUSING DEMONSTRATION PROJECT (RRH-DEM) – Providing transitional housing and social services. Services include: Case management, independent living skills, employment, advocacy and rental. BETTY’S HOUSE I and II – Transitional housing for immigrant women and children. THE NEW BEGINNING TEMPORARY SHELTER – Temporary housing and social service assistance. In shelter you can also be provided with food, clothing, counseling, education and training. FOSTER CARE AND ADOPTION SERVICES: INNOVATIVE FAMILY CONNECTIONS (IFC) – Providing child’s safety and well being. The GREENLEAF TREATMENT FOSTER CARE (GTFC) – Foster care program which offers placement with specialized, therapeutic foster parents, case management, health services, education and life skills development. THE NEEDIEST KIDS PROGRAM – Providing basic needs such as clothing, food and school supplies. CAMP MARIPOSA.

Date Established
Opening Hours
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Location Map, Streetview and Directions
Shelter Types
Seasonal/Temporary/Short Term
People Served
Youth below 18
Meals And Food Provided
Management Board

Sheryl Brissett Chapman, Executive Director

Services Provided
Case Management
Housing Program
Referral Services
Employment Services
Employment Search Assistance
Housing Type
Medical and Treatment Services
Mental Health Care
Health Care
Life Skills
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Please Note: These services may be provided directly or as guidance assistance by the shelter. Please contact the shelter to get more information.