Welcome to Northwest Neighbors Village! We are a community-based nonprofit that helps residents of northwest DC remain independent at home as long as they can safely do so. By offering services, educational programs, social events and professional referrals, NNV creates a neighbor-to-neighbor network of support.
Are you worried about someone you know living alone?
NBC News featured the Village as one way to combat the isolation of those aging at home. CLICK HERE to watch or feel free to call us to learn more.
Our Service Area: please click image to open full map
NNV has been selected by the University of California Berkeley as one of twenty villages in the country to participate in a National Evaluation of Villages Feasibility Study. The study is being conducted in partnership with the Village to Village Network; the professional association for members of the rapidly growing U.S. based Village movement. Click here to learn more about the study.
NNV in the news...
NNV was featured in a February, 2014 Washington Post article: "Through a growing number of senior villages in the DC area, aging in place becomes easier"
Our medical note-taking program was featured in USA Today: "Medical Note-takers Help Keep the Information Straight"
Every Mon., 2-3 p.m.
Gentle Yoga with Sandi Rothwell. Assembly Room, Forest Hills of DC [formerly Methodist Home], 4901 Connecticut Ave. NW.
Last Tues. of every month, 3:00 p.m. --NNV Men’s Book Club -Meets at the home of NNV member, Bernie Hillenbrand.
Every 3rd Wed., 2 - 4 p.m. --NNV Book Club -meets at the home of NNV member, Barbara Dresner.