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Help for the Individual. Hope for the Community

Prestige Community Resources is a DC-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the critical needs of the underserved in our communities.

We welcome you to join us for the livestream release of
PCR’s new documentary:

Isolated Hope: Navigating the New Normal

where members of our community share their loss, grief, trauma and resiliency during the Covid-19 pandemic,
and look ahead to our “new normal.”

Friends and supporters can livestream the event from our YouTube channel:

Sign up here and join us for welcome and closing remarks, the 90-minute film, and a Q&A and community discussion immediately after!

Upcoming Events


May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Join PCR to Celebrate with These Three Events:

Wednesday, May 19, 2021: 12 noon - 2:00 pm

Mind Matters Webinar: Table Talk Discussion with DC’s Mental Health Experts

Thursday, May 20, 2021: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

PCR Presents: A Red Carpet Movie Night Premier:
Isolated Hope: Navigating the New Normal Documentary

Join Us Via Livestream on PCR’s YouTube Channel

Friday, May 21, 2021: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Community Health Fair Day/It Takes A Village
223 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20002

Free Healthcare Screenings, Live Music, Food Drive & Pre-Cooked Meals Giveaway

No RSVP necessary: First come, first served!

Our Services

Transitional Respite Housing

After a hospital or rehab stay, respite care in transitional housing can be a helpful stepping-stone to living independently. PCR’s Transitional Respite Housing and our specialty-trained staff provide short term residential recovery at the House of Job.

Peer Support Education

PCR provides a nationally endorsed peer certification training program in collaboration with Jordan Peer Recovery and the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA).

Peer Support
People distributing food

Other Services

Food Drive

Every Wednesday from 10 am – 2 pm, PCR distributes groceries to more than 300 families weekly outside our headquarters at 1418 Good Hope Rd SE, Washington DC.

Harm Reduction

Every Wednesday afternoon from 3 – 5 pm, PCR distributes Narcan, face masks, water and condoms outside our headquarters at 1418 Good Hope Rd SE, Washington DC.

Phone Giveaway

PCR distributes smart phones to indigent and homeless clients so they can reach help in emergencies.

New Resources


PCR, in partnership with DC’s Dept. of Behavioral Health, produced Isolated Hope: Navigating the New Normal, a documentary film on navigating our new normal in the time of Covid-19.

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Listen to the latest episode of Behavioral Health in the New Normal, our podcast in partnership with DC’s Dept. of Behavioral Health and SAMHSA!

Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors

Capital Area Food Bank
Amerigroup Real Solutions
Cloudbreak Foundation
DC Health
Jordan Peer Recovery
Jordan Peer Recovery
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Bread for the City
M&T Bank
M&T Bank
Philemon Mission
Philemon Mission