Request for Proposals: DC Center Branding

 

The DC Center seeks qualified consultants or firms (“Consultant”) with extensive experience in branding and strong facilitation skills. Experience with 501c3, mission-driven, nonprofit organizations is critical; experience with LGBTQ+ organizations is preferred.

The project should include:

  1. An evaluation of The DC Center’s name, logo, tagline, colors, fonts, and associated materials, including logos;
  2. An evaluation of The DC Center’s new building space and program branding;
  3. Stakeholder engagement in the brand evaluation (community, staff, board, advisory board of new building) to ensure we are being inclusive; and
  4. IP/trademark/service mark review and guidance for new materials.

The deliverables should include:

  1. New organizational branding that may include a new name or acronym, logo, tagline, colors/fonts;
  2. Possible new program and building branding that is consistent with look/feel of new organizational branding;
  3. A brand standards manual that will guide staff and leaders in seamlessly executing the new branding; and
  4. Guidance on or templates for marketing collateral, including social media and website presence.

Learn more and submit a proposal by January 27, 2023.

THIS POSITION IS FILLED. Case Management & Advocacy Specialist Position Available

Job Opportunity at the DC Center for the LGBT Community

THIS POSITION IS FILLED.

The DC Anti-Violence Project of the DC Center for the LGBT Community is seeking a community-based trauma-informed mental health professional to provide case management services to and advocacy for LGBTQ+ survivors of trauma, violence, and abuse in the DMV area. The position also involves community leadership in facilitating community meetings/activities and in networking with and educating survivor services providers, to strengthen the appropriate and effective response of LGBTQ+ competent service provision to LGBTQ+ trauma survivors. Exceptional interpersonal, ethical, intercultural and client care skills are required. Fluency in both Spanish and English, expertise in transgender and gender non-binary and BIPOC issues and/or clinical licensure are a plus. Familiarity with TheraNest or other EHR systems is also a plus. Experience in providing telehealth via Zoom HIPAA-compliant video platform is desired, as the position includes virtual and in-person service provision.

CMA Specialist Position summary:

Since 2002, The DC Center for the LGBT Community has implemented a mission of educating, empowering, celebrating, uplifting and connecting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community of Washington, DC. The Case Management and Advocacy (CMA) Specialist position helps to achieve this mission by providing case management and advocacy support services to LGBTQ+ survivors of violence, crime, and trauma. These services are available free-of-charge to our community members due to grant funding from the Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants (OVSJG). The CMA Specialist will work with community members and clients individually via email, phone, HIPAA-compliant Zoom and in person, and as a member of the Behavioral Health Services (BHS) team, supporting two licensed mental health clinicians in connecting BHS clients to needed services. The CMA Specialist will also facilitate the monthly meetings of the DC Anti-Violence Project (DCAVP) and related community based violence intervention, education and advocacy activities. The person who fills this position is also responsible for assisting on other related projects, such as record-keeping for the quarterly/ annual reporting and management of the OVSJG grant, outreach and education in the LGBTQ+ community, and assisting the mission, vision, and values of The DC Anti-Violence Project (DCAVP). There is limited funding available for professional development, and to assist with costs of renewing DC & MD licenses, if applicable. The CMA Specialist will assist with administrative needs as determined by the BHS/DCAVP Project Manager and report to the Executive Director. 

Special Skills:

The CMA Specialist must have at least 2 years’ experience working as a trauma-informed case manager and advocate with a diverse client population. They must have a demonstrated ability to work with LGBTQ+ adults, to work well as a team member, to problem solve and communicate at all levels verbally as well as in writing. Exceptional interpersonal, ethical, intercultural and client care skills are required. Must be self-motivated, ethical, and be able to build and maintain relationships with clients, colleagues and with key stakeholders in the larger victim-serving network of Washington, DC. The ideal candidate will have prior nonprofit experience and crisis assessment, intervention and referral experience. Fluency in both Spanish and English, expertise in transgender and gender non-binary and BIPOC issues and/or clinical licensure are a plus.

CMA Specialist Functions and Duties

  • Be the point of contact and initial assessment for requests for mental health assistance and triage the requests as appropriate for referral to BHS clinicians and case management and advocacy to relevant providers within the District networks of care
  • Provide trauma-informed and interculturally competent case management assistance to DCAVP BHS clients (LGBTQ+ survivors of trauma, violence and abuse) in accessing appropriate organizations and providers for services beyond the parameters of mental health counseling offered by the DCAVP BHS Therapists
  • Provide email/phone/drop-in and virtual response to and follow-up with LGBTQ+ clients’ requests for advocacy, info & referral and warm-handoffs to wrap-around services in the District
  • Provide LGBTQ+ clients in crisis necessary crisis intervention, consultation and referrals to appropriate support systems (safety plans, hospitalization, referrals, etc.) as well as connection into BHS individual and group counseling services as appropriate
  • Build and maintain the BHS Providers List of LGBQ, TGNC, BIPOC competent, trauma-informed, culturally diverse mental health clinicians who are affordable and accessible for low-to-no income LGBTQ+ clients seeking long-term counseling services
  • Facilitate the monthly meetings of the DCAVP and manage the DCAVP listservs and social media outreach and advocacy activities, working in partnership with DCAVP community members to further the mission, vision, and values of the DCAVP
  • Write and coordinate DCAVP response for Community Impact Statements to support hate bias cases, in partnership with the the MPD LGBTSU and USAO, and public relations response as needed
  • Coordinate and/or represent the DCAVP at LGBTQ+ expert community collaborations and consultations with the partnering organizations in the continuum of services in the District (including VAN, VPART, HBTF)
  • Be the point of contact for requests for DCAVP collaboration and expertise on community programs and policy committees (such as the VAN, VPART, DCAVP, HBTF and others) and for requests for LGBTQ+ competency education and training for community organization professionals in LGBTQ+ issues and best practices for service provision
  • Build the District’s statistical knowledge base about crimes against and effective services for LGBTQ+ residents by designing client services and events evaluation processes and performing research and analysis of statistics culled from clients and feedback to assist in program development, funding requests and requests for informational statistics
  • Assist with keeping clinical statistical data, implementing and analyzing client evaluation feedback and writing quarterly reports and other grant deliverables for the OVSJG grant throughout the fiscal year, as determined by the BHS/DCAVP Project Manager
  • Assist in the management of the Direct Client Assistance program, a fund of resources to assist LGBTQ+ survivors in securing technology, internet connectivity, training and transportation to be able to consistently and safely access support services
  • Collaborate with DC Center staff to provide community-based education and outreach opportunities in line with OVSJG DCAVP grant requirements 
  • Keep a current schedule and accurate records of all clinical and non-clinical interactions in the systems in use by the DC Center and BHS team
  • Work well with a diverse staff team to facilitate an open, supportive and warm environment for all individuals who connect with The DC Center and represent the DC Center professionally within the community.

Salary range is $48,000-50,000.

Position includes health insurance, vacation and personal leave benefits.

Position is grant-funded on an annual basis (Oct 1, 2022 through Sept 30, 2023).

To apply, please send resumes and cover letters to supportdesk@thedccenter.org.

THIS POSITION IS FILLED.

SEEKING: Co-facilitator Position for Queer All Genders Working Through Trauma Group

Job Opportunities at the DC Center for the LGBT Community

Queer All Genders Working Through Trauma Groups Co-facilitator Position Open at the DC Center for the LGBT Community: Contract Therapist 

March 2022 by Christina Cappelletti, LGSW

Are you a trauma-informed, licensed mental health clinician interested in working for an established LGBTQ+ community organization in Washington DC? Do you have expertise in LGBQIA+ TGNC2S BIPOC clinical issues? Are you available 3 hours one evening per week for 12 weeks starting in late April or early May? The DC Center for the LGBT Community is seeking to contract with a clinician to co-facilitate our Queer All Genders Working Through Trauma group. Currently, the group is offered remotely via Zoom. If the pandemic conditions shift toward reliable public safety, groups would be held in-person at The DC Center’s location in Northwest Washington, DC (street parking or one block from U St Metro station). The Contract Therapist will co-facilitate the group with a full-time licensed DC Center Staff Therapist.

Special Skills:

The Contract Therapist must have the appropriate licensure to practice in DC (LGSW, LICSW, LPC) and have at least 2 years’ knowledge and experience working as a clinician with LGBQIA+ TGNC2S BIPOC client populations. Bilingual in Spanish a plus. 

Functions and Duties:

  • Co-facilitate one 90-minute weekly Queer All Genders Working Through Trauma psychoeducational therapy group, one evening a week (either Mondays or Tuesdays as determined by facilitation team), utilizing curriculum provided by DCC Behavioral Health Services. Groups are closed membership, consisting of 8-10 clients. Intakes will be conducted by the DC Center Staff Therapist.
  • Meet with the co-facilitator pre-and-post group for prep and debrief each week.
  • Meet with the co-facilitator for a preliminary meeting the week before the group begins to review curriculum and group member intake information, and after the group ends, to debrief the group and review participant evaluations.
  • Comply with DC government COVID vaccine requirements for government-funded service providers.

Apply: Please send qualified resumes and cover letters to Christina Cappelletti, LGSW, christinac@thedccenter.org

Compensation: $1,440.00 for the project

Job Opening – Wanda Alston Foundation

Wanda Alston Foundation

Employment Opportunities

Wanda Alston Foundation is hiring! Join theri team and be a part of the life changing work we they do everyday to support LGBTQ youth in Washington D.C.   The Wanda Alston Foundation understands the value of its employees and how quality work translates into improved services for the LGBTQ youth they serve. For these reasons, the Wanda Alston Foundation offers competitive compensation and benefits packages to its employees as well as ongoing training and career growth opportunities.

Please contacthr@wandaalstonfoundation.org with any questions.

Currently Hiring:

 

  • Case Manager

    The Wanda Alston Foundation is currently seeking a Case Manager to join our counseling center team.
    About the Wanda Alston Foundation
    At the Wanda Alston Foundation, it is our mission to eradicate lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, and queer
    (LGBTQIA2S+) homelessness and to ensure LGBTQIA2S+ youth between the ages of 18 and 24 who are
    experiencing homelessness are treated with dignity and respect. The Wanda Alston foundation works to
    achieve this mission by providing housing and services to LGBTQIA2S+ youth who are experiencing
    homelessness. We provide youth with a safe place to call home, provide access to essential services, and
    assist youth in their goal of finding permanent stable housing to allow for independent living. Our main
    programming is youth-centered, trauma informed, and focuses on personal growth, development, and
    self-sufficiency.

    Job Description:
    The WAF Counseling Center provides trauma-informed counseling and resource referrals for LGBTQIA2S+
    individuals who are experiencing or have experienced intimate partner violence. The Case Manager provides
    individual-centered, trauma-informed case management services to LGBTQIA2S+ individuals. The Case
    Manager relies on clinical skills to develop and track individual service and treatment plans for each client.
    The Case Manager addresses client needs such as connecting individuals with medical and mental health
    services, accessing public benefits and community resources, developing budgeting skills, and connecting
    individuals with permanent and stable housing.

    Tasks include, but are not limited to:
    ● Develop and implement service and treatment plans for each client
    ● Assist clients in need of obtaining benefits, entitlements, and other legal services
    ● Provide crisis intervention services if needed and referrals for psychiatric assessment
    ● Coordination of care with service providers including medical, mental health, substance abuse, and
    other supportive services
    ● Weekly in-person case management services for each client
    ● Develop and maintain of community partnerships to provide superior services
    ● Ongoing assessment and adjustment of services provided in collaboration with other staff and
    community partners
    ● Maintain a high level of confidentiality and integrity when handling client information

    www.wandaalstonfoundation.org

    Desired Skills and Qualifications:
    ● Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or Human Service Administration from an
    accredited college or university required; LMSW or LCSW preferred
    ● 3+ years of relevant human service, social services, or case management experience
    ● Knowledge of case management documentation and record keeping
    ● Experience working closely with LGBTQIA2S+ young adults
    ● Experience working with survivors of domestic violence
    ● Knowledge of substance abuse/recovery, family systems, medical and mental health treatment
    ● Self-starter who can multitask and efficiently prioritize tasks
    ● Sensitivity to the needs and challenges of LGBTQIA2S+ individuals experiencing homelessness, at
    risk for homelessness, or those who have experience trauma
    ● Knowledge of community (Washington, DC metro area) providers and resources including
    LGBTQIA2S+ health care, mental health care, housing, employment, social and needs based
    services, transportation, and educational resources
    ● Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
    ● Excellent organizational and time management skills
    ● Must be able to exercise patience and understanding even in escalated or crisis situations

    Other Terms of Employment:
    ● Candidates must complete background checks.
    ● COVID-19 vaccination required for this position
    ● Full-Time, exempt position
    ● Some nights and weekends are required in this position
    ● $58,300 salary
    ● Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance

  • Position: Clinical Director
  • Role Summary
    The Clinical Director delivers trauma-informed, strengths-based guidance to best support client-centered
    case management services, in-house programs and events, and advocating for our youth’s mental health
    needs. The Clinical Director provides evaluations, individual therapy, psychoeducation, and support to
    Wanda Alston Foundation residents in acute crisis situations to assist with stabilization within the
    transitional home. The Clinical Director provides client centered therapeutic services to address the
    client’s mental, emotional, and behavioral health goals through coordinated activities and referrals. The
    Date Posted: May, 2022

    Clinical Director supervises and supports clinical staff and interns by providing clinical supervision and
    crisis intervention. The Clinical Director is responsible for providing weekly clinical consultation to staff,
    managing our mental health-focused student interns, and informing policy, programming, and initiative
    development with a focus on the health and wellness needs of our youth. The Clinical Director also
    works to connect youth to holistic supportive services with the goal of developing skills that lead to
    sustainable mental health goals. The Clinical Director also supports the Wanda Alston Foundation
    Housing program by providing clinical guidance to staff when deemed necessary by case management
    staff or Operations Director.
    The Clinical Director will report directly to the executive director.

    Tasks may include, but are not limited to:
    ● Provides assessments of new clients
    ● Present psychosocial needs, strengths, and limitations of all assigned clients during supervision,
    house monitor meetings, as needed, and case consultation
    ● Recruitment, management, supervision, and appropriate assignment of clinical interns
    ● Lead creation and facilitation of internal staff skill development with a focus on psychoeducation,
    strengths-based youth engagement, and supporting our staff as credible messengers to our residents,
    including providing staff orientation for new hires.
    ● Providing clinical supervision and oversight to Case Managers and interns
    ● Meeting with residents as needed to address acute or crisis mental health care issues
    ● Oversight and auditing of client documentation and clinical/case management paper and
    clinical records in monthly meetings with Executive Director and Operations Director
    ● Participating in outside community and agency meetings, building partnerships with community
    agencies to gather resources beneficial to the organization
    ● Ensuring youth perspective is included at all Wanda Alston Foundation staff meetings
    ● Consulting and creating program policy related to clinical issues and clinical supervision
    ● Attending and reporting on biweekly CAHP policy meetings
    ● Program reporting and data acquisition, with a strong focus towards supporting maintenance of
    internal reports archive

    Required Skills and Qualifications
    ● Master’s of Social Work degree, or equivalent (i.e. MHC, MPC)
    ● District of Columbia advanced clinical licensure (i.e. LGSW, LICSW, LMHC, LMPC) with 3+
    years clinical experience post obtaining advanced clinical licensure**
    ● 2+ years of clinical supervisory experience (i.e. interns, fellows, staff)

    Date Posted: May, 2022

    ● 2+ years of case management experience
    ● At least 1 year of experience working with LGBTQIA2S+ youth
    ● At least 1 year of experience working in a residential setting, preferably youth focused (i.e.
    outpatient, group home)
    ● Notable experience in developing and implementing strengths-based, trauma-informed care
    practices to clients with complex trauma recovering from experiences related to substance abuse and/or
    systemic oppression unique to youth experiencing homelessness
    ● Sensitivity to the needs and challenges of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
    LGBTQIA2S+ youth at-risk or experiencing homelessness
    ● Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, reliability, and a commitment to and passion for the
    Wanda Alston Foundation’s mission
    **Open to candidates in the process of achieving their licensure at the time of interview
    Other Terms of Employment:
    ● Candidates must complete a drug test, TB test, sex offender registry check, Child
    Protection Register and criminal background check prior to employment
    ● COVID-19 vaccination required for this position (booster included if eligible)
    ● 20-30 hours a week (may fluctuate)
    ● Some nights and weekends are required in this position
    ● $42 an hour
    ● Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance

  • Position Title: WACC therapist

    Department: Wanda Alston Counseling Center
    Reports to: Deputy Director
    Eligibility: LCSW, LCPC

    Position Description:
    The Wanda Alston Counseling Center (WACC) Therapist is responsible for providing clinical
    sessions to individuals who seek services at WACC. The WACC Therapist delivers
    trauma-informed, strengths-based guidance to the Case Managers and other staff working
    directly with the clients of WACC to best support client-centered case management
    services. The successful candidate must be experienced working with the LGBTQIA2S+
    community and individuals who are experiencing or have experienced domestic violence or
    intimate partner violence.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Direct Client Therapy (70% approximately 22 hours per week)
    ● Develop and implement service and treatment plans for each client
    ● Assist clients in need of obtaining benefits, entitlements, and other legal services
    ● Provide crisis intervention services if needed and referrals for psychiatric assessment
    ● Coordination of care with service providers including medical, mental health,
    substance abuse, and other supportive services
    ● Weekly in-person therapy services for each client
    ● Maintain a high level of confidentiality and integrity when handling client information
    ● Provide trauma informed individual and group therapy
    ● Provide on site group and individual therapy
    ● Support in outreach groups
    ● Complete intakes
    ● Hold walk in hours and respond to client emergencies as needed
    ● Provide coverage for advocates and other therapists as needed
    ● Documentation of client interactions
    Program and Model Development (20%, approximately 6 hours per week)
    Model Development: With the assistance of other team members, develop programing,
    endure quality of care and best practices.
    ● Remain current in the evolving scholarly literature on trauma informed therapy and
    best practices
    ● Providing supervision towards licensure for LGSW and LGPC staff as needed

    ● Provide trainings to community members
    ● Run WACC clinical meeting to coordinate care
    ● Participate in WACC program meetings
    ● Monthly clinical consultation with housing team
    ● Update existing and develop new therapy models and group programing
    ● Consult on development of training materials and
    ● Maintain and update WACC policies and procedures.
    City wide coordination and policy advocacy (5%, approximately 2 hours per
    week) Model Development: With the assistance of other team members, update existing
    and develop new therapy models, group programing, training materials and maintain and
    update WACC policies and procedures.
    ● Participate and report on city wide networks including DC VAN, DCCADV
    ● Prepare talking points and policy guidance for organizational policy efforts
    ● Provide trainings to community members
    ● Build and maintain partnerships with other organizations for referrals
    Other Duties and Responsibilities as Assigned (5%, approximately 2 hours per
    week)
    ● Available for on call mental health crisis
    ● Support in recruitment and hiring of WACC staff, housing case management staff

    Required Skills and Qualifications
    ● District of Columbia advanced clinical licensure (i.e. LGSW, LICSW, LMHC, LMPC) with
    3+ years clinical experience post obtaining advanced clinical licensure**
    ● At least 1 year of experience working with LGBTQIA2S+ clients
    ● At least 1 year of experience working with LGBTQIA2S+ survivors of intimate partner
    violence and/or sexual abuse.
    ● Sensitivity to the needs and challenges of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
    LGBTQIS2S+ clients at-risk or experiencing homelessness
    ● Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, reliability, and a commitment to and passion for
    the Wanda Alston Foundation’s mission
    **Open to candidates in the process of achieving their licensure at the time of interview
    Other Terms of Employment:
    ● $42 an hour
    ● 32 hours a week
    ● Candidates must complete background checks upon hire and annually.
    ● COVID-19 vaccination required for this position (booster included if eligible)

    ● Some nights and weekends are required in this position
    ● Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance

  • POSITION: HOUSE MONITOR
    The Wanda Alston Foundation is currently seeking a House Monitor to join our team.

    Job Description:
    The House Monitor works to ensure that all LGBTQIA2S+ youth, ages 18 to 24, who are residents of the
    Wanda Alston Foundation youth housing program are safe, supported, monitored and cared for respectfully.
    This position works with the Case Manager and the Operation Manager to implement tasks, directives, and
    intervention to assist residents in meeting their case plan goals. The role is essential to ensuring that residents
    adhere to the program, including the housing rules, policies and regulations. This position reports to the
    Operations Manager.
    Tasks include, but are not limited to:
    ● Coordinate the day-to-day operation of the facility, including chore assignment and adherence to
    House rules and regulations.
    ● Monitor building and facility conditions following agency guidelines for maintenance and coordinate
    the acquisition of furniture and other household supplies.
    ● Works with a case manager to develop and monitor individual case plans for residents to provide
    optimum supportive services.
    ● Mentor residents and coordinate services as needed such as making doctor’s appointments, helping
    with schoolwork, and applying to jobs.
    ● Implement strategies to motivate resident’s attendance and participation in life skills workshops,
    mental health therapy appointments, and other programs
    ● Coordinate activities of volunteers and social work interns assigned to facilities or individual
    residents.

    ● Make entries into the Daily Log detailing activities and observed behavioral changes in youth
    ● Perform other duties as assigned, understanding the changing environment working with youth in a
    housing environment.

    Desired Skills and Qualifications:
    ● High School Diploma/GED Required, Bachelor’s Degree Preferred
    ● Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
    ● Competency in basic community engagement, medical, social, and practical case management.
    ● Experience working directly with LGBTQIA2S+ young adults preferred.
    ● Experience in Group Home living or Shelter facility preferred.
    ● Knowledge of substance abuse/recovery work, family systems, mental health concerns, and
    suicidality.
    ● Must be a self-starter who can juggle multiple tasks and needs with the ability to prioritize and
    execute tasks efficiently.
    ● Sensitivity to the needs and problems of primarily Black/African American LGBTQIA2S+ young
    adults who are homeless, at risk for homelessness, and who have experienced trauma.
    ● Must be able to exercise patience and understanding in escalated or crisis situations.

    Other Terms of Employment:
    ● Candidates must complete a drug test, TB test, sex offender registry check, Child Protection Register,
    and criminal background checks prior to employment
    ● COVID-19 vaccination required for this position, including the booster
    ● $18.00 an hour
    ● Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance

     

Resumes and Cover Letters can be emailed directly to jcorr@wandaalstonfoundation.org

Job Opening – Lutheran Church of the Reformation Washington, DC

Job Interview Skills

Open Positions

Lutheran Church of the Reformation

Washington, DC

Applications due: September 15, 2021

Preferred Start Date: Immediate and negotiable

Director of Operations (reposting)

Lutheran Church of the Reformation seeks a creative leader and effective manager to serve as director of operations to help us worship God, serve our neighbors, and care for creation. The director of operations manages the facilities, office, and financial ministries. The director of operations supervises and collaborates with a great variety of people, communicates effectively with compassion, and manages projects with technical savvy.  This is a full-time position (Monday-Friday) performed in the congregation office. The starting salary range is $55,000-60,000. Also included are health benefits, 6% retirement contributions, and three weeks of vacation in addition to a Christmas and New Years holiday week.

Administrative Assistant 

Lutheran Church of the Reformation seeks a part-time administrative assistant to advance God’s mission and ministry. The administrative assistant prepares and publishes the weekly worship booklet, provides front office and clerical support, and assists with the Food Pantry distribution. This position facilitates a healthy, effective flow of information within the congregation and with its partners. This is a 32-hour/week position (Monday-Thursday) performed in the congregation office. The hourly starting wage is $20. Also included are health benefits, 6% retirement contributions, and three weeks of vacation in addition to a Christmas and New Years holiday week.

Visit the website www.ReformationDC.org/apply to learn about the congregation and see complete job descriptions, including compensation and benefits. Generous and competitive compensation package includes health, dental, and retirement benefits. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to the Rev. Michael D. Wilker at apply@ReformationDC.org.

Lutheran Church of the Reformation is a dynamic spiritual community located in Washington, DC’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Reformation enjoys an active, diverse, and engaged congregation of 170 households. The Holy Spirit inspires and provokes us to keep reforming church and society. Since 1987, Reformation has welcomed and affirmed LGBTQ+ persons and their families. We work for racial equity and economic justice within our community and nation. The congregation has a large facility comprised of the sanctuary building, education building, and three row houses. We maintain several long-term space use agreements with approximately ten equally diverse, independent organizations that serve children and adults, including Hill Havurah, the Jewish community on Capitol Hill. Reformation also hosts many groups for other religious, cultural, and advocacy events.