Family Matters brought the first Boy’s Club to Washington, D.C. in 1901
1509 16th Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
Oxon Hill Behavioral Health Center:
6916 Oxon Hill Rd., Suite 340
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
Headquarters: (202) 289-1510
Oxon Hill Behavioral Mental Health Center:
Welcome to Family Matters of Greater Washington!
About Family Matters of Greater Washington
While a strong and stable family is one of life’s blessings, it is not one shared by all…that’s where we come in. At Family Matters of Greater Washington, we provide a “family” for those in need with accessible and affordable social services for all ages. In these uncertain times, a tragic turn of events can put even a strong family at risk. But one thing is for certain, we are here to help – through our resources you can obtain parental education, counseling, adoption and foster care assistance, and services to aid seniors. For a complete list of our programs and services, please review the What WE do matters section of our website.
We have been working to uphold our mission to “create brighter future for all ages…” since 1882. That’s 130 years of providing reliable service to the Greater DC community! And we will continue to uphold that mission in the years to come, but we can’t do it alone. There is a shift in responsibility and a greater understanding of our need to support the most vulnerable among us. And we need your help to do so. To learn more about how you can help Family Matters of Greater Washington continue to provide the services that so many have come to depend on, please visit the What YOU do Matters section of our website.
Here at Family Matters of Greater Washington, we believe progress is impossible without change. So as we strive to live by our motto of “Be More, Do More, Touch More”, we will continue to change to meet the needs of those that we serve!
We would love to get to know you! Please plan to attend one of our events or fundraisers soon.
Family Matters participates in both Combined Federal Campaign (#52358) and United Way (#8093). You may find us listed under our old name: Family and Child Services of Washington, D.C.