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Welcome to Casa Ruby

The Work,
The Movement

Casa Ruby provides social services and programs catering to the most vulnerable in the city and surrounding areas. The organization, which is run and led by transgender women of color, started as an idea almost 30 years ago when Ruby Corado arrived in Washington, D.C., and there were no services to support her needs as a young transgender Latina immigrant.

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What We Do

Our Programs

Stable living arrangements for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness, from shelter for a night to long-term housing.
Intensive case management and social services from our diverse non-clinical social workers.
Services to help LGBTQ individuals who are at risk of acquiring or who have been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection.

Assistance for LGBTQ immigrants transitioning into a new country.

Therapeutic and mental health support for survivors of violence, whether it is sexual, physical, or emotional.
Feeling Inspired?

Get Involved

Casa Ruby’s foundation is the people who works and supports collective grass roots initiative the benefit the entire community. All volunteers sustain a lot of the work force the run of program. We encourage you to donate.

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“If you think our dreams became big when they came true, they will become bigger when you decide to dream with Us.”

—Ruby Corado, Founder and Executive Director

See Us in Action

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Housing Programs
Housing Programs
Casa Ruby and Community
Casa Ruby and Community
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