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The Women's Wing Organization, Inc. (WWO)The Women's Wing Organization has been serving Washington, DC for over a decade. Our mission is to support the members of our community in their time of need, and work towards a greater good.
UDC David A. Clark School of Law Clinical ProgramsOne vital purpose of the Clinical Program is to provide legal services to citizens of the District of Columbia who could not otherwise afford representation.
UnclebherbalUnclebherbalit's a good reason we call this syrup The Healer its packs with herbs that heal, Plantain herb not only soothes a sore throat and coughing but also acts as a gentle expectorant to help clear phlegm from the lungs and nasal passages. We consider Plantain the star of this lineup because of this plant overall health restoring properties. Next but not least, Honey is a natural cough syrup by itself, an antioxidant powerhouse that promotes energy in the body and more. Garlic & Onion both have antimicrobial, anti-fungal properties that help kill infections. Ginger helps reduce muscle pain and soreness. Cayenne Pepper is a known circulatory stimulant that helps the process of detoxification and it natural pain reliever. Lemon helps to decrease the strength of the cold and flu virus in the body and reduce phlegm and supercharge your immune system. Free Shipping in the U.S.
United States Parole CommissionThe mission of the U.S. Parole Commission is to promote Public Safety and strive for justice and fairness in the exercise of its authority to release, revoke and supervise offenders under its jurisdiction.
United States Sentencing Commission (USSC)The United States Sentencing Commission is an independent agency in the judicial branch of government. Its principal purposes are: (1) to establish sentencing policies and practices for the federal courts, including guidelines to be consulted regarding the appropriate form and severity of punishment for offenders convicted of federal crimes; (2) to advise and assist Congress and the executive branch in the development of effective and efficient crime policy; and (3) to collect, analyze, research, and distribute a broad array of information on federal crime and sentencing issues, serving as an information resource for Congress, the executive branch, the courts, criminal justice practitioners, the academic community, and the public
United States Zip CodesLook up ZIP Codes™ by street address, city, and state. Or, find all ZIP Codes™ within a city and state. You can also enter a street address and ZIP Code™ to get a standardized version of the address.
US District Court for the District of ColumbiaThe US District Court for the District of Columbia is a part of the Federal Government.
Visitor's Services CenterVisitors' Services Center (VSC) is an essential safety net for offenders and their families, who are most likely to be among the most marginalized members of our society
Voice of the Ex-Offender (VOTE)VOICE OF THE EX-OFFENDER (VOTE) is an organization dedicated to building the political power of people most impacted by the criminal justice system, especially formerly incarcerated persons (FIPs,) their families and loved ones.
Voting Rights ActIn 1970, Congress extended Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act for five years. Section 5 focused on the use of discriminatory tests and other devices like the poll tax designed to exclude certain individuals from the voting process. These extensions required that jurisdictions with a history of illegal discrimination obtain permission from either the Justice Department or a panel of federal district court judges before changing any voting practices. In 1975, Congress extended Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act for seven more years. The definition of "test or device" was expanded to include the practice of providing election information, including ballots, only in English in states or political subdivisions where members of a single language minority constituted more than five percent of the citizens of voting age. Congresswoman Barbara Jordan from Texas proposed to expand the "test or device" term to include ballots printed only in English in areas with a high concentration of Spanish-speaking Americans. This became a major issue during the debates for the extension of the act.
Walking in PlacePrison resources, talk, organizations in the news, links, books and people.
Washington Lawyer's CommitteeThe Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 1968 to provide pro bono legal services to address discrimination and entrenched poverty in the Washington, DC community
World Prison PopulationThe World Prison Population List gives details of the number of persons held in 205 independent countries across the world.
WPFW Radio - Crossroads hosted by Roach BrownThe purpose of WPFW-FM Pacifica is to provide outlets for the creative skills and energies of the community, to contribute to a lasting understanding between individuals of all nations, races, creeds and colors, and to promote the full distribution of public information. Programming on WPFW will principally be a mix of jazz, Third World music, news and public affairs.
The Women's Prison Project (NWPP)The National Women's Prison Project (NWPP) is to provide comprehension, holistic reentry / survival skills and services to women both inside or released from correctional facilities while embracing them with a high level of dignity and respect to fully and successfully engage in life.
Youth Advocate – Columbia Heights/Shaw Family Support CollaborativeThe mission of CH/SFSC is to support families in their efforts to stay connected and strong -- through family services, community capacity-building and advocacy efforts. CH/SFSC provides direct services to families and help build the capacity of the target communities of Columbia Heights and Shaw, as well as other neighborhoods across Washington, D.C. Direct services are bilingual (Spanish/English) and include family support services, workforce development, youth violence prevention and intervention.
Youth Services CenterDCPS @ Youth Services Center is an alternative school within a youth detention facility. The school is designed to meet the needs of students who are currently detained by the juvenile justice system regardless of academic career history and current academic standing. Our mission is to meet the academic needs of at-risk students by creating an energetic environment conducive to learning.
Absolute Healthcare ServicesAbsolute Healthcare ServicesThe ideal home healthcare company is here – ABSOLUTE Health Care Services! We are not just the second best but we are completely exceptional when it comes to healthcare services. We provide top quality physical therapy, occupational therapy, medical social services and many others. o know more about our services, you can request for a consultation with our care coordinator. Please set an appointment. For quick inquiries, you may call us to speak to our friendly staff – 301-577-8638.
Abundant Grace Health Services, LLCAbundant Grace Health Services, LLCAbundant Grace Health Services LLC (ABUNDANT GRACE HEALTH SERVICES LLC) is a behavioral health agency in Washington, District Of Columbia. The NPI Number for Abundant Grace Health Services LLC is 1982182150. Behavioral health centers are responsible for assuring the delivery of community based mental health, mental retardation, substance abuse and/or behavioral health services to individuals with those disabilities.
Mom the Magnificent at Nationals ParkNationals Park 1500 S. Capitol St. S.E. Washington, DC 20003 (202) 675-6287 www.washington.nationals.mlb.com Date: May 12, 2013 For something a little different, why not take mom out to a ball game? The Washington Nationals will play the Chicago Cubs on Mother’s Day. Come to the stadium early and participate in Signature Sundays where you may score an autograph from one of two Nationals or surprise mom with a welcome message on the Nationals Park scoreboard. Even the kids can get in on the fun and run the bases after the end of the game, weather permitting. Nationals Park offers a variety of promotions to help make catching a game easier on the wallet. Purchase the Family Fun Pack and receive a free hot dog, bag of chips and beverage.
Kid Friendly DCKid Friendly DCKid Friendly DC is a go-to resource for recreation with kids in the Washington, DC-Metro area. From the tried and true to the new and cool, find out where to go and what to do with the kiddos in the nation’s capital. Monday – Go see the dinosaurs at the National Museum of Natural History. If you haven’t been to the recently reopened David H. Koch Hall of Fossils-—Deep Time (or even if you have), it’s a must-do. The exhibition is full of skeletal beasts plus hundreds of smaller prehistoric remnants and cool installations that present 3.7 billion years of life on Earth. Of course, plan for time to explore the rest of the museum, too! I always recommend the Insect Zoo, where kids love opportunities to hold live creatures and the Hall of Human Origins where they can see what they’d look like as a Neanderthal in a special face morphing photo booth. The museum is open 10am – 5:30pm, and admission is free. If you have time for another museum on the National Mall (or want to enjoy an evening activity), stop by the National Gallery of Art, where The Life of Animals in Japanese Art exhibit is in its final week! It’s on view through August 18 and open until 8pm. Admission is free. Tuesday – Head north to Charm City for a time trip through Baltimore’s early business days at the Museum of Industry. The Inner Harbor attraction highlights the trades and people that helped build the port city. It’s full of fun and interesting exhibits and installations, many with hands-on elements, that appeal to children and adults alike. Hours are 10am – 4pm (Tuesday – Sunday). Admission is $12/adult, $7/ages 7-12, free for 6 and under. Look for a deal here. Wednesday – Bring little ones to Canal Park for some Midsummer Magic. Shakespeare for the Young brings the entertainment to this week’s installment of the Kids in Canal series. The fun begins at 10:30am and lasts for an hour. After, head over to the dancing water fountains for a refreshing splash. Admission to all of it is free. If you’re with older kids, enjoy some recreation on local waters. There are a bunch of places around the area to rent kayaks, canoes, stand up paddle boards, and pedal boats. See this KFDC post for details of where you can go with the flow in DC. And check out one of our recent kayaking adventures here. Thursday – Enjoy the day roaming the enchanting gardens at Dumbarton Oaks in Georgetown. The grounds don’t open to the public until 2pm, but you can play at nearby Montrose Park or grab a bite to eat on M Street beforehand. I promise, it’s worth waiting for the afternoon visit. Admission is $10/adult, $5/child to the gardens, but there’s never an entry fee at Montrose. Friday – Hang out in the trees at the Adventure Park at Sandy Spring. Kids as young as 5 years old can experience fun and challenges on the ropes courses and ziplines in the park’s aerial adventure forest, the largest in North America. Hours are 9am – dusk, and admission is $12/age 5-6, $47/age 7-11, $56/age 12+. Read more about the Adventure Park here. And if you’re looking for fun with littler ones (or a cheaper/free option), play the day away at Clemyjontri. The sprawing, vibrantly colored playground in McLean, VA, accommodates kids of all abilities with all kinds of climbing structures, swings, and other apparatuses that encourage activity and imagination. Hours are 7am to dusk, and admission is free.
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