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Resident Services

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Our communities are stronger when we have safe, stable and affordable housing for all residents. Too many families are forced to choose between paying rent and putting food on the table or paying for medical care.  We know that having a home that is affordable and stable means parents can work, children can excel in school, seniors can live with dignity, formerly homeless persons can find stability, and veterans can begin a new chapter after serving our country.

Our Resident Service Programs, which we like to refer to as Community Development Programs,  provide necessary benefits to enhance the quality of life for all residents aimed at children and working parents as well as vulnerable groups such as our elderly and disabled tenants. Our programs range from on-site medical care, safety outreach, income tax preparation, financial literacy classes, ESL (English as a second language) classes, job placement services, career training, after school programs, exercise classes, and computer classes for adults.

Whether through partnerships with tenant associations and cooperatives or the provision of on-going community-based resident service programs, NHT-Enterprise is committed to empowering residents, enhancing the quality of life for all residents, and strengthening communities. 

For more information about NHT-Enterprise's Community Development Programs, please contact us! 


Workfirst University

WorkFirst is a college and career readiness initiative designed to support the education and employment goals of teens ages 14-19 living in NHT-Enterprise communities in Washington, DC. Our WorkFirst Initiative is operated in partnership with the DC Department of Employment Services, Capital One, and UBS. 

​For more information about NHT's Workfirst University, please visit the Workfirst wesbite:


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