Transforming Buildings, Transforming Lives



  • The Dunbar is home to 16 formerly homeless women identified as the most vulnerable on the streets of Washington DC. The Dunbar offers permanent homes and a stabilizing element to the NOMA community.
  • Congratulations to Open Arms Housing Peer Support Specialist, Tecoy Bailey Wade (c) on being honored by New Endeavors by Women (NEW) with the 2015 NEW Light Alumna Award. Pictured with NEW Executive Director Wanda F. Steptoe (r).
  • Open Arms Housing Executive Director, Marilyn Kresky-Wolff receiving the Community Cornerstone award from Councilmember, Anita Bonds. Read More
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