SJCS at work in D.C.

St. John’s Community Services has served the Washington, DC community since its founding in 1868. In the 1950’s, St. John’s provided the first community-based program for children with intellectual disabilities. Today, SJCS-DC provides comprehensive, community-based services for people of all ages with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities. These services support adults live, work, build relationships, recreate and participate in all aspects of community life. All of SJCS-DC’s services are CARF accredited.

D.C. Services

As a community, we drive social change for all people nationwide, and continue to advocate for full inclusion of people with disabilities and other social and personal challenges into their local communities. We do this through assistance with access to housing, employment, education, healthcare and relationships. We open the doors to autonomy where each person becomes a strong thread in a woven fabric which supports and binds neighbors together.  

DC News & Stories

Spring Newsletter 2019

The history of St. John’s has been one of growth and change, slowly working to best meet the needs of the communities we support. Over the past year, we have…

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Spring Growth at St. John’s

Dear Friends, During the spring, I am filled by optimism from longer days, more sunshine, and increasingly warmer weather. For many of us, spring is a time for new beginnings…

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Winter 2019 Newsletter

Expanding our Mission As you may know, we are in our 150th year of changing lives and building stronger communities. Throughout our history, we have been responsive to the changing…

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ART Options Celebrates Black History Month

This past month, our ART Options program in Washington, DC celebrated  Black History Month with a series honoring black history and culture! The ART Options program supports emerging artists to…

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Building Friendships through St. John’s

One of the best parts of my first year as President and CEO of St. John’s Community Services has been meeting the individuals we support and the staff that work…

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Contact Us
(Through December 2018)
800 Maine Ave SW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20024
Precious Myers-Brown, Regional Director for DC/MD
p:202-274-3459
f:202-337-5459