Sinai House provides two-bedroom, two-bathroom, fully furnished apartments to families who are homeless. Our facilities accommodate four families at a time. Residents are able to live at Sinai House for two years, while working to achieve stability and independence.

Stone Soup Films, a DC non-profit, produced this video which provides an overview of the Sinai House program and chronicles the successes of two recent residents.

Sinai House received a grant from Cornerstone, Inc., a nonprofit intermediary financing supportive housing, to undertake external renovations of Sinai House. These renovations were captured on film by Temple Sinai Religious School student Solomon Goldfarb as his bar mitzvah social action project.