We offer ADA and other disability rights laws and regulations training to DC Agencies.
Providers offer a range of behavioral health services that will fit your needs.
A listing of waiver requests submitted by District Contracting Officers to DSLBD during the current fiscal year.
You can request alley repair services by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or completing a service request online using the District government's
Middle and high school students can get their DC One Cards at school.
Information on how to become a DDS provider.
To determine if an individual meets the Social Security Disability criteria.
The District of Columbia Asthma Control Program supports the DC Control Asthma Now (DC CAN) public/private partnership that aims to reduce the burden of asthma in DC.
Create a plan for you and your family using this DC.gov application.
The bus stop is a critical element in a transit system’s provision of safe, timely, and convenient transportation.
Learn how to request a fire inspection for your business.
Capacity building services are available for Grant Funding and Business Opportunities and from the DC Department of Small and Local Business Development.
Your child’s first connection with the DYRS Care Planning and Coordination Team (also known as Case Management), is during the pre-commitment phase.
Get on the waiting list for MORCA's free CDL Training.
CFSA's Public Facing Dashboard shows our commitment to performance, transparency and public reporting.
Determine if your return has been received and when you should expect your refund.
The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) Resource Locator shows locations of services and resources available to returning citizens of the District of Columbia.
Outreach and case assistance for AAPI community groups, residents, and merchants.
Outreach services to help Latino residents gain access to vital programs.
DYRS provides a safe environment for youth consistent with public safety.