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Community Presence
Where We Serve

1525 Health Center

Our 1525 14th Street location is our NW community health center, staffed by world-class health professionals who deliver an accessible and comprehensive range of services, including primary medical care, dental, mental healthcare, addiction treatment, legal services, and many other support services.

Max Robinson

We have provided healthcare services to clients living in southeast D.C. since 1993. The Max Robinson Center serves an area of Washington, DC, as well as Prince George’s County, that has traditionally been underserved, and faces tremendous healthcare challenges. Max serves as our SE community health center, staffed by world-class health professionals who deliver an accessible and comprehensive range of services, including primary medical care, dental, mental healthcare, addiction treatment, legal services, and many other support services.

Youth Services

Located in Washington, DC’s Eastern Market neighborhood, our Youth Services focuses on the following areas of care: peer education and outreach, testing services, behavioral health therapy, and family support.

LIZ

LIZ honors the care to the community that Whitman-Walker provided at the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center, whose original dedication in the 1990’s was made through the generosity of actress and HIV/AIDS activist Elizabeth Taylor. At LIZ, two historical structures, the former Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center building and the Belmont Garage are preserved within the expanded seven-story building. The Corner at LIZ, Whitman-Walker's cultural center, utilizes the former front door of the clinic. This door that was once used for LGBTQ community members who needed a space to receive stigma-free care and treatment, in some cases facing their own death due to HIV, is now used to celebrate life and the resilience of the LGBTQ community.
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St. Elizabeth’s Expansion

We are planning a transformative expansion of Whitman-Walker services on St. Elizabeth’s campus, turning this location into Whitman-Walker’s hub for the next several decades. We believe a significant investment in this part of the city is necessary so that we can tackle head on persistent health and racial disparities that exist east of the Anacostia River.