News & Updates

Cure the Streets Spotlight: Lorenzo Sanders

Lorenzo is a violence interrupter for Cure the Streets in Ward 7’s Marshall Heights and Benning Heights neighborhoods. He’s a father of three children, but when you see him walking the streets in the community, you quickly realize that he’s a father figure to many.

Topics: Public Safety

Stopping Deceptive Billing Practices at Nursing Homes

Admitting a loved one to a nursing facility can be a difficult and costly choice. Family members making this decision should have the peace of mind that they are being treated fairly during the process.

Cure the Streets Spotlight: Jovan Davis

Jovan is a Program Manager for OAG’s Cure the Streets Washington Highlands site in Ward 8—he’s also a father and visionary.

Topics: Public Safety

Celebrating 30 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act

This month marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Topics: Other

Newsletter: Major Environmental Protection Win

Last week, our office announced its largest environmental recovery to date: Monsanto, an agrochemical company, will pay $52 million to clean up toxic pollution in the District.

Topics: Other

Preguntas frecuentes de los inquilinos durante la pandemia por COVID-19

A continuación, se presentan algunas respuestas a preguntas comunes que los inquilinos han formulado durante esta pandemia.

Topics: Housing

Cure the Streets Spotlight: Cotey Wynn

As a Program Supervisor with OAG’s Cure the Streets, Cotey Wynn leads a team of six violence interrupters and outreach workers. 

Topics: Public Safety

Know Your Rights: Tenants and COVID-19

Check out our resource with answers to common questions tenants have asked during this pandemic.

Topics: Housing

Recursos para DREAMers

El mes pasado, la Corte Suprema afirmo la Acción Diferida (DACA), un programa federal que ha permitido que cientos de miles de DREAMers vivan y trabajen en los Estados Unidos sin temor a ser deportados.

Topics: Other

Resources for DREAMers

Last month, the Supreme Court upheld Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a federal program that has allowed hundreds of thousands of DREAMers to live and work in the U.S. without fear of deportation.

Topics: Other