Donate To Our Emergency Covid-19 Fund

Our girls need your help! We are quickly adapting our programs and providing support to ensure the safety, stability, emotional well-being and agency of our 600 teen girls and young women in the greater Washington region. 

Help us raise $25,000 to provide essential resources like food, medicine, diapers, formula, and personal hygiene products for the most vulnerable among us.

Since March 13th, we have served 51 families, including 231 adults, children and babies.

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132nd AnnIversary CElebration

October 22, 2020 – 6:30PM

Make a difference! Your sponsorship of Crittenton’s 132nd Anniversary Celebration will connect you with a life-changing organization serving 600 amazing teen girls each year.

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DECLARE EQUITY FOR GIRLS: ITS TIME!

Crittenton Services of Greater Washington’s new report gives voice to teen girls and shares local, regional, and national data on the challenges teen girls face today.

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Latest News

Please read this important message, which includes information about meals during spring break, and Chromebook distribution for MCPS Students:

English | español | 中文 | français | tiếng Việt | 한국어| አማርኛ MCPS To Provide Extra Meals for Students on Wednesday, April 8. This week, due to the upcoming spring break, MCPS will provide free breakfast, lunch and dinner meals for all Montgomery County children and MCPS students (regardless of age) today, April 7 and Wednesday, April 8. There will be no meal service Thursday, […]

How to care for at-risk youth during the COVID-19 crisis

The CORONA-VIRUS outbreak has exacerbated many of the issues that educators and community leaders face under normal circumstances. Here’s how they can adjust their programming to support vulnerable communities. SIOBHAN DAVENPORTCrittenton Services of Greater Washington As federal, state, and local authorities work around the clock to mitigate the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), those […]

CRITTENTON SERVICES IS SUPPORTING UNDERSERVED BLACK AND BROWN GIRLS AND THEIR FAMILIES DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS

by Lydia BlancoApril 1, 2020 Crittenton Services of Greater Washington students (Image: Crittenton Services of Greater Washington) America’s education system has been disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis. As a result of the new normal, underserved students and their families are heavily relying on educators, family support specialists, and agencies for educational support and access to basic […]

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