Project Overview

The District of Columbia Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants has partnered with Give an Hour to develop a new initiative: Enhancing the District’s Response to Trauma (EDRT). At Give an Hour we believe that within our communities we have the resources to address many of society’s challenges that result in emotional pain and suffering. By harnessing the skills and generosity of citizens across our nation and around the world, we provide those in need with help and hope.

EDRT will provide free and confidential trauma-specific mental health services to residents of the District of Columbia and their families who are victims of crime, justice-involved adults and juveniles, previously incarcerated persons managing reentry, and youth at risk of truancy or juvenile delinquency. Additionally, a primary goal of EDRT is to ensure that participating service providers have access to high quality, trauma-specific educational trainings so that as many providers as possible are trained in one or more trauma-specific modalities.

Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants

 

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Provider Registration

Give an Hour is encouraging all licensed mental health providers in Washington D.C. to join Enhancing the District’s Response to Trauma.

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Current Providers

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Provider Resources

Give an Hour offers a wide range of Provider resources and benefits, including CEUs, toolkits and much more.

Provider Resources

Victim Services in Washington D.C.

EDRT has collected resources from partner and other service organizations. Give an Hour does not provide emergency services.

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About the DC Victim Hotline

The DC Victim Hotline is available 24/7 by telephone, text, or online chat. Through a partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants and the National Center for Victims of Crime, the Hotline provides comprehensive information, resources, and referrals in the District of Columbia. The DC Victim Hotline represents an unprecedented collaboration of service providers in DC who are working to seamlessly connect victims of crime to free resources and to help them navigate the physical, financial, legal, and emotional repercussions of crime. To contact the Hotline, dial or text 1-844-4HELPDC (1-844-443-5732) or access the online chat at www.DCvictim.org/chat.

Interested in signing up as a provider? Register as a Give an Hour Provider.

Enhancing the District’s Response to Trauma (EDRT)

 

Give an Hour is in the process of creating informative materials for EDRT. Please check back soon.

Questions? Email the EDRT team at EDRT@giveanhour.org.