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As much as I love my neighbors in MD, VA, and other states, you can't reside in those places and get DC hypothermia shelter services.
RT @kerikaeindc: FYI: DC hypothermia helpline at 1-800-535-7252. You can also call 311 to be connected to appropriate services.
Susie's blog, post 5: Engaging Veterans & Military Families in Service Forum, Dec. 18 @ServeDC
Susie's blog, post 1: Update: DC One Cards for all students calls for expanded service center hours @octonews
MT @dcagingnews: #RFA out for DCOA ward based services. Pre-app workshop 7/17 @ 2p details #AgeFriendlyDC
Susie's blog, post 3: Ward 1 providers, ANCs, residents talk vital services for kids & families, 7/12 @onecitysummer
The Hypothermia Alert is off reports the Department of Human Services.
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