LAYC offers a housing program, Hope’s House that caters to single parents with one child. Hope’s House is a nine-month transitional living program for youth who are homeless or unstably housed and should be able to demonstrate that they have begun to the build skills needed to live independently before beginning the program.

Youth live in studio apartments with their child, meet weekly with a case manager, and are offered wrap-around services and parenting classes while in the program. Bilingual services in English/Spanish offered.


Hope’s House is located in an apartment building in northwest Washington, DC. The location is unlisted.


Christina Baquero, Program Manager,, (202) 492-9715.

You may be interested in transitional living programs for single youth, or family-based housing for short-term or emergency housing.