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Join us for our Spring Tea

with special guest Robert White Jr., DC Council Member
Celebrate the resilient women of Carrie Simon House and learn more about our program.

Since 1988, Carrie Simon House has helped more than 100 young, homeless mothers take important first steps toward self-sufficient, successful lives. 

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Carrie Simon House is a Non-Profit Organization

WOMEN'S transition house- Helping single, homeless young mothers and their children​ IN THE WASHINGTON DC AREA

At Carrie Simon House, we are working to create hope by providing stability, skills, support and mentoring to homeless young mothers and their children in Washington, D.C.

The Carrie Simon House was founded in 1988 and provides transitional housing to young, homeless mothers, ages 18-25 in the Washington DC area. Our goal is to break the cycle of dependency and help the women develop the skills to never return to homelessness.