Social-Emotional Supports

These agencies work directly with students and their families who are supported in the area of social-emotional supports.

Blacks in Government (BIG) provides uniforms and clothing, food, school supplies, Thanksgiving baskets and holiday gifts for families in need.  This year, they donated a washer and dryer used for cleaning of student uniforms and clothing as needed.  Check out our gallery.

Covenant Church  provides monetary donations, coat and food drives and Thanksgiving baskets.  They also sponsor our Girls’ Tea.

D.C. Department of Behavioral Health provides a social worker and play therapy groups for students.

Empowering Males of Color  Guerilla Arts Ink, LLC offers customized arts and cultural programming to promote literacy and critical thinking skills.  Further as well as support positive self-image, social emotional development, and community engagement.

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)  works with students on leadership skills.

Girls on the Run  helps students develop life skills taught through fun activities.  Students participate in an annual 5K walk/run.

Joyful Food Market/Martha’s Table – provides a monthly food distribution for all families.  Check out our gallery.

No Bully® “is an evidence-based solution, aligned with PBIS and Second Step that eliminates bullying in more than 90% of all incidents. We have trained 13,000 teachers across the US, created more than 250 Bully-Free Campuses and provided over 138,000 students with a proven solution to bullying and harassment. The No Bully System® is designed with sustainability in mind, incorporating a systemic, evidence-based approach to eradicating bullying through both prevention and intervention support.”

Outreach Solutions, Inc. provides quality school, home and community-based services that are designed to empower students to function more successfully in school in ways that promote positive social behaviors.

Solutions Educational Consultants, LLC. provides “Professional Development (PD) and Coaching and Modeling Expected Outcomes (C.A.M.E.O) to educators and other major stakeholders. C.A.M.E.O is a classroom behavioral-based approach and embraces “hands on modeling” of appropriate behavioral strategies.”

Vision Church provides monetary donations, school supplies and food donations.   Members volunteer with the monthly Joyful Market food distribution.