About Sinai House
Sinai House was established in 1992 by members of Temple Sinai to help formerly homeless families with children become stable & self-sufficient.
The program aims to help each family stabilize its housing and financial situations, accompanied by progress in attaining family members’ educational and employment goals. We operate in two attached row houses in the Shaw neighborhood of DC. Our residents live in the program’s apartment units and receive services under a case management plan tailored to their individual and family needs.
Services coordinated by the program director include parenting, nutrition and cooking classes, placement in appropriate job training programs, employment referrals, help learning to manage personal finances, and workshops on computer use, energy efficiency and how to obtain affordable housing and healthcare.
For more information about volunteering opportunities please visit our website. B’nei mitzvah social action volunteer opportunities are also available by clicking here. You may also contact Walde Diabate, Sinai House Assistant Program Director.