Extending our Reach

Extending Our Reach

School in Fort Totten

Mary’s Center’s new site in Fort Totten has opened its doors! Located at 100 Gallatin Street NE, Washington, DC, the new site will serve 15,000 people each year when fully operational.

This project would never have happened without the initiative, leadership and tenacity of our partners, Briya and Bridges Public Charter Schools. We extend our deepest gratitude to them for promoting the model of health, education and social support that moves individuals up the economic ladder, transforming lives forever. Our partnership is a match made in heaven.

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Mary’s Center has been recognized as a leading community health center in the DC metropolitan region, with numerous awards for its high quality care; integration of healthcare, education and social support; and outstanding outcomes. With the addition of Fort Totten, Mary’s Center now has seven locations. The new site features 34 rooms including medical and dental exam rooms, mental health therapy rooms, and social services program offices.


Services Available: Medical for the entire family including Senior Care • Dental – including pediatric dentistry • Behavioral Health • Early Intervention for children with special needs • Home Visiting • Health Promotion • Registered Dietitians • WIC Program • Social Services • Education through our partners Briya and Bridges.

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Briya Public Charter School, our partner in education for almost 20 years, offers a comprehensive family literacy program, specializing in parent classes (English, computers, parenting), early education for children from birth through age 5, and workforce development programs.

People looking for books

Bridges Public Charter School, our new partner, is an elementary school that provides an education that is beneficial to all students, including children with special needs, who make up 32% of the school’s population, the highest percentage of any school in DC. Bridges serves students in grades Pre-K 3 through 5th grade.

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The center in Fort Totten is part of our Promise of Tomorrow Campaign, which will allow us to bring new and expanded services to thousands of individuals and families and help them find the road to a better future. To read about the other Promise of Tomorrow projects, please visit


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