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U.S.VETS – Washington D.C. has provided permanent housing to veterans since 2003. In February 2015, a newly-renovated facility opened which serves 85 veterans daily, and also provides employment assistance and housing support to veterans and their families.

U.S.VETS – Washington D.C. was awarded the prestigious Peter Dougherty Award for Excellence in Supportive Housing for Homeless Veterans at the 2015 National Coalition for Homeless Veterans annual conference.

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PenFed Foundation presented U.S. VETS – Washington, D.C. with a $20,000 donation to support the organization’s homeless veterans reintegration program and will be used to pay rent or utility deposits, past due rent, mortgage, utilities, car payments and auto insurance, as well as for necessary basic home furnishings and supplies.

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Mailing Address:

111 K St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
202.683.8357

Veterans Seeking Housing
Shaniqua Harding
202.738.7040
sharding@usvetsinc.org

Veterans Seeking Employment Assistance
Goldsborough Sterling
202.805.1998
gsterling@usvetsinc.org

Veterans Seeking Other Services
Trayce Williams
202.441.0478
twilliams@usvetsinc.org

Volunteer Opportunities
Ramona Jones
202.400.2783
rjones@usvetsinc.org

In-Kind or Goods Donations
Ramona Jones
202.400.2783
rjones@usvetsinc.org

Leadership

Executive Director

Cliff Lewis

Advisory Council

Mark Walker, Chairman
American Legion

Frederick P. Wellman
ScoutComms, Inc.

Emily Button
Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing

Daniel J. Curtin
Early, Cassidy and Schilling

Kimberly Oswald
Highland School

John Benton
The Concourse Group, LLC

Stuart N. Rutchik
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GreenComm Technologies, LLC

Steve Boykin
Federal Bureau of Investigation

Pete Larson
Transwestern

Donald L. Curtis, Jr.
Soul Programs

Clifton Lewis

Clifton Lewis is the Executive Director for U.S.VETS – Washington D.C.

Mr. Lewis has more than 16 years of experience in the social service/nonprofit field assisting vulnerable populations. His roles include serving as an integral member of The Community Partnership team as a Housing Subsidy Coordinator; a supervisory, clinical and assessment role with the Family Tree Healthy Families Program and a Program Coordinator with the Young Fathers Responsible Fathers Program. Mr. Lewis holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Tele-Communications from Morgan State University.