Every day, hundreds of people in our community turn to Interfaith Works for help.

Whether for the first time or after a long and hard struggle with the challenges that poverty and homelessness can bring, they look to us for hope. With your help, Interfaith Works offers each person a chance for that dream to become a reality.


BETHESDA Magazine highlights Interfaith Works and tells the story of a former shelter resident who found stability through our programs. “I can definitely say that Carroll House and the people who were there at the time were critical to my recovery and the success I have at this time,” Rich said.

Click on the image at right to read the story.


Interfaith Works' downtown Silver Spring programs serving people experiencing homelessness has moved to the new Progress Place facility at 8106 Georgia Avenue and has a new name: Interfaith Works Empowerment Center (formerly Community Vision). Interfaith Works will manage 21 residential units on the top floor, which will house men and women who previously have experienced homelessness -- the new Interfaith Works Residences.



We serve nearly 17,000 people a year. You can join us.

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