GreenLine Gives Back
We support a number of local charities
At GreenLine, being good public stewards is important. We love being involved in the communities we serve. We give $100 from our administrative fee (and then some) to several charitable organizations. In addition to our corporate giving, our agents individually give their time and financial support to charities they believe in and support.
Here are some organizations we support:
Pathways to Housing
Pathways to Housing DC is committed to ending homelessness for individuals with serious mental illnesses, co-occurring substance abuse disorders and/or other medical challenges in our Nation’s capital. We accomplish this mission by offering resources, skills, and hope. We support self-directed recovery through low-barrier access to permanent housing and a broad range of time unlimited, wraparound supportive services including: mental and physical health treatment, substance abuse services, education and employment opportunities, family reunification and community integration. Since our inception in 2004, we have ended homelessness and supported recovery for more than 600 individuals.
Mary’s Center, founded in 1988, is a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides health care, family literacy and social services to individuals whose needs too often go unmet by the public and private systems. Mary’s Center uses a holistic, multipronged approach to help each participant access individualized services that set them on the path toward good health, stable families, and economic independence. The Center offers high-quality, professional care in a safe and trusting environment to residents from the entire DC metropolitan region, including individuals from over 110 countries.
Founded in 1976, Green Door is recognized nationally as one of the most successful community-based mental health centers. Each year, we help over 1,900 men and women living with severe and persistent mental illness to lead independent and productive lives. We are the second largest center serving people with mental illnesses in Washington, D.C. When people come to Green Door, they become part of a supportive, nurturing community that forms the foundation for their success. Here, we see the whole person, not the illness and everyone is treated with respect. This sense of community dramatically reduces alienation and isolation, making it possible for clients to move toward independence and autonomy.