Philadelphia Area Reentry Resource Directory

6/29/2017

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  1. Advocacy

    1. Alliance of Community Service Providers 3300 Henry Avenue Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19129
      The Alliance of Community Service Providers is a professional membership organization representing over 90 non-profit and for-profit organizations in Southeastern Pennsylvania that provide supports and services for people with intellectual disabilities, those with mental health issues, and people recovering from addictions. Phone: (267) 385-7440 | URL: http://www.thealliancecsp.org
    2. ASCEND Group PO Box 2097 Media, PA 19063
      A community of people who are concerned about the many ways that AS and other autism spectrum disorders (ASD) affect children and adults and their families in the home, at school and in every area of their lives. Phone: 610-449-6776 | URL: https://ascendgroup.org
    3. CHADD Support for ADHD 1012 Russell Ln West Chester, PA 19380
      Children & Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder Phone: 610-429-4060 | URL: www.chadd.org
    4. Clean & Safe Programs 3940-42 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      University City District is a partnership of world-renowned anchor institutions, small businesses and residents that creates opportunity, improves economic vitality and quality of life in the University City area of West Philadelphia. their primary mission is community revitalization. We work within a place-based, data-driven framework to invest in world-class public spaces, address crime and public safety, bring life to commercial corridors, connect low-income residents to careers, and promote job growth and innovation. Programs/Services Offered 1)Promote jobs 2)Clean and maintain a safe part of the city 3)Give opportunities to low-income residence 4)Provide Work experience 5)West Philadelphia Skills initiative a.Provide proper skills for the working world 6)Neighborhood Job pipelines a.UCD connects neighborhood jobs to neighborhood residents 7)Business Assistance Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30AM-5PM This Listing was updated by the PA Prison Society Phone: (215) 243-0555 | URL: http://universitycity.org/ | Email: ucd@universitycity.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm
    5. Disabilities Law Project 1315 Walnut Street Suite 400 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides protection and advocacy for people with disabilities Phone: (215) 238-6970 | URL: http://www.drnpa.org/ | Email: drnpa-phila@drnpa.org
    6. Diversified Community Services: Dixon House 1920 South 20th Street Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Incorporated in 1968, DCS is a nonprofit, multi-purpose social service agency in South Philadelphia, giving families and children the opportunity to be self-sufficient in their neighborhoods. The Dixon House has been a go-to place for neighbors and community members to receive housing counseling and other forms of financial guidance. Phone: (215) 336-3511 | URL: http://dcsphila.org/dixon-house | Email: dgrimes@dcsphila.org | Hours: 9am-11am Mon-Thrs
    7. Empowering Communities by Helping Others (ECHO) 6401 Ogontz and Stenton Ave Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Resource center for the surrounding communities that provides services free of charge Phone: (215) 276-1490
    8. Gay & Lesbian Peer Counseling Services 1315 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides counseling services for the LGBT community of Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 732-8255 | Hours: Weeknights 6 - 9 p.m.
    9. Green Tree School 1196 East Washington Lane Philadelphia, PA 19138
      Operates a private school, and provides on-site and community based Outpatient Services, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services and School Therapeutic Services for children and young adults, ages 5-21, classified with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and Developmental Delays. Phone: 215.866.0200 | URL: www.greentreeschool.org | Email: admin@gts-s.org
    10. Main Line Youth Alliance
      The Main Line Youth Alliance (MYA) provides gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender questioning youth and straight allies, with social educational and supportive activities in a confidential, respectful and safe environment. Phone: 610-688-1861 | URL: http://www.myaonline.org/
    11. Mazzoni Center 21 South 12th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides a broad range of medical services targeting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, same-gender loving (SGL) and questioning communities. Services include HIV care, gynecological, STD screening and treatment, reproductive health, fertility awareness, general health care, trans-health care and individual support with LGBT Health Services Specialist. Phone: (215) 563-0652 x 257 | URL: www.mazzonicenter.org
    12. Office of Housing and Community Development 1234 Market St 17th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19107
      OHCD is soliciting proposals for Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC) services. OHCD will select neighborhood-based organizations to engage residents in activities that promote sustainability, create employment opportunities, enhance neighborhood safety, provide decent and affordable housing and foster residential, community and economic revitalization. Phone: (215) 686-9749 | URL: www.phila.gov/ohcd
    13. Office of Mental Retardation
      Provides support coordination services including needs assessment and service planning, coordination and monitoring. Phone: 610-713-2400
    14. Pennsylvania Council Of Children, Youth, & Family Services 2040 Linglestown Road Suite 109 Harrisburg, PA 17110
      Statewide organization of private agencies that are the service providers who provide the direct programs and supports needed to achieve and maintain permanency and safety for children and youth and stability for families. Phone: (717) 651-1725 | URL: www.pccyfs.org
    15. Philadelphia Coalition of Community Behavioral Health 1218 Chestnut St Suite 705 Philadelphia, PA 19107 1218 Chestnut St Suite 705 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Philadelphia Coalition is a membership organization made up of the eleven Community Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Centers that serve Philadelphia. As such, we are committed to strengthening both our member agencies and the Philadelphia Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability System by disseminating information, providing educational opportunities, providing input into public policy and by providing a variety of other supports that enhance the overall quality of services that are provided to Philadelphia's individuals and families who seek assistance. Phone: (215) 238-6092 | Email: pccmhmr@ot.com
    16. Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement (PCCA) 1617 JFK Blvd Suite 1550 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement is a non-profit housing and community economic development organization serving the people and communities in the Greater Philadelphia area. PCCA supports the revitalization and stabilization of neighborhoods throughout the region. It seeks to empower and protect homeowners and other housing consumers through financial education and housing counseling services. Phone: (215) 567-7803 | URL: http://www.pccahousing.org/index.html | Email: Wanda@philapcca.org | Hours: M-F 8-5
    17. Philadelphia Health Management Corporation 260 S Broad St Suite 18 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) is a nonprofit public health institute that builds healthier communities through partnerships with government, foundations, businesses and community-based organizations. It fulfills its mission to improve the health of the community by providing outreach, health promotion, education, research, planning, technical assistance, and direct services. Phone: (215) 985-2500 | URL: www.phmc.org
    18. Pink and Blues Philadelphia 330 S 13th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      A group for bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals dealing with mental illness. Meets Wednesdays 7pm-9pm in the Blue Room at the Church of St. Luke and the Epiphany. Doors open at 6:30, please arrive no later than 7:15. Phone: (215) 546-0300 | Email: mark.davis@phila.gov
    19. SPAN (Suicide Prevention Awareness Network)
      Dedicated to preventing suicide through public education, awareness, community action, federal, state and local advocacy. | URL: www.spanusa.org
    20. The Attic 255 South 16th Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Attic offers a variety of programming and activities for LGBTQ youth and youth allies all in a safe and supportive space, as well as education services to organizations through innovative and engaging workshops and trainings. Phone: (215) 545-4331 | URL: http://www.atticyouthcenter.org/ | Email: info@atticyouthcenter.org
    21. The Elevation Project PO Box 26425 Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Works to reduce recidivism and crime rates in the Greater Philadelphia area by helping men, women, and children reintegrate back into the community by providing the resources and tools they need including therapeutic groups, mentoring, and job readiness training. Phone: 215-989-3566 ext. 26 | URL: www.weelevate.org | URL: www.facebook.com/TheElevationProj | Email: info.theelevationproject@gmail.com | Target Group: Male and Female Offenders | Eligibility Requirements: Incarcerated 5 or more years in lifetime
    22. The Pathway School 162 Egypt Road Jeffersonville, PA 19403
      Private school that serves students with neurological impairment, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, psychological disorders, and serious emotional disturbance. Phone: 610-277-0660 | URL: www.pathwayschool.org | Email: info@pathwayschool.org
    23. William Way LGBTO Community Center 1315 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The William Way Community Center encourages, supports, and advocates for the well-being and acceptance of sexual and gender minorities in the Greater Philadelphia region through service, recreational, educational, and cultural programming. Phone: 215-732-2220 | URL: www.waygay.org | Email: wwcenter@waygay.org
    24. Youth Art & Self-Empowerment Project (YASP) 2231 N Broad Street Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      YASP empowers young people who have been incarcerated in adult jails and prisons through a combination of artistic expression, political education, and leadership development. YASP carries out this mission by providing space for incarcerated young people to express their voices creatively, creating platforms to share those voices with the world at large, and helping young people develop as leaders and organizers of their communities both within and beyond the prison walls. Ultimately, YASP aims to build a movement of young people to challenge Act 33, the 1996 amendment to Pennsylvania law that allows youth under 18 to be automatically tried in adult court for a number of crimes. Facebook: The Youth Art & Self-Empowerment Project. Twitter: @YASP2 Phone: 267-571-9277 | Email: yasproject@gmail.com
  2. Behavioral & Mental Health

    1. Access to Alternative Services (AAS)
      Hotline for access to mental health residential services. Phone: (215) 546-0300(ext. 3317) | URL: http://dbhids.org/coordinated-consumer-services
    2. ACT (Achievement through Counseling and Treatment)
      Offering individual, group, and family counseling, psychiatric care, medical hepatitis C and HIV specialist care, and case management services. Testing available for hep C, HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. Phone: 215-276-8400 Phone: 215-236-0100 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org/programs/achievement-through-counseling-and-treatment.html | Email: act@jevs.org | Spanish | Hours: Monday?Friday: 7 am?5 pm Saturday and Sunday: 8 am?12 noon | Fees: Community Behavioral Health (CBH) pays for all treatment if you are an eligible participant. If you are ineligible for CBH coverage, you may be eligible for Behavioral Health Services Initiative (BHSI | Eligibility Requirements: Must be age 18 or over.
    3. Adoption ARC 4701 Pine Street J-7 Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Adoption ARC, Inc., was founded in March 1994 by Tara E. Gutterman in response to the overwhelming number of babies born in the Philadelphia region without permanent homes. Adoption ARC is a 501 (c)(3)(e) non-profit organization licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, the State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families Licensing Bureau, and the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families in the State of Delaware, to provide adoption services to the Tri-State area and beyond. Adoption ARC is also fully Hague Accredited. Most birth families enter this program through a self-referral process. Other sources of referrals are, but not limited to, the following: prenatal, social or health care providers; crisis pregnancy centers, and school guidance counselors. In addition, last-minute referrals of infants already born are accepted from hospital social workers. Adoption ARC provides free and confidential counseling and supportive services (e.g. referrals to housing programs; job readiness training; enrollment in a Medical Assistance program; and, transportation to pre-natal appointments) to pregnant women or women interested in creating an adoption plan for their infant. The counseling, also known as options counseling, addresses the pregnancy, the needs of an infant, the impact the pregnancy will have on other family members, the current resources and support systems available to the birth family, grief work, goal setting and future planning. Parenting of the child in the home setting or with relatives is also explored with the Birth Family. Main Number 215-748-1441 , 24 hours a day/7 days per week Toll Free Telephone Number 1-800-884-4004 , 24 hours a day/7 days per week | URL: www.adoptionarc.com | Email: mary@adoptionarc.com | Email: merle@adoptionarc.com | English | Hours: M-F 10 A.M. until 5:30 P.M. | Target Group: Pregnant Women and Women Parenting Infants of All Races | Funds: N/A | Fees: None. Adoption ARC provides free and confidential birth family counseling to women who are pregnant or who are considering placing their infants for adoption. | Application Process: Self-Referral | Eligibility Requirements: Self-Referral | Application Wait: N/A | Service Wait: N/A | ADAAccess: Yes. | Transportation: Our agency will provide transportation upon request.
    4. Alliance of Community Service Providers 3300 Henry Avenue Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19129
      The Alliance of Community Service Providers is a professional membership organization representing over 90 non-profit and for-profit organizations in Southeastern Pennsylvania that provide supports and services for people with intellectual disabilities, those with mental health issues, and people recovering from addictions. Phone: (267) 385-7440 | URL: http://www.thealliancecsp.org
    5. Amnion Crisis Pregnancy Center 944 Haverford Ave Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 2251 Garrett Road Upper Darby, PA 19026
      Crisis pregnancy center. Bryn Mawr 610-525-1557 Upper Darby 610-622-9957
    6. A New Life Consumer Center 3119 Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides mental health services. Phone: (215) 243-0550
    7. Angel Tree 5241 Cottage St Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides children and family services. Phone: (215) 270-0828 | URL: http://www.prisonfellowship.org/programs/angel-tree/
    8. Anorexia-Bulimia Association Hotline
      Offers free hotline counseling, a national network of support groups, referrals to healthcare professionals, education and prevention programs. Phone: 847-831-3438 | URL: www.anad.org
    9. Artists for Recovery 1041 Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The members of Artists for Recovery are people with psychiatric or addiction histories. By sharing opportunities for creative expression and emotional support, they have built a caring, diverse community where everyone is welcomed. Activities include open microphone performances, poetry readings, art exhibits, jam sessions, support groups, as well as theatrical workshops and performances. Artists for Recovery is part of a network of consumer/survivor/ex-patient organizations, which constitute a human rights movement for people who have been labeled mentally ill, and is a source of information on treatment issues, rights and advocacy. Phone: (215) 236-8557 | Email: artistsforrecovery@rhd.org
    10. ASCEND Group PO Box 2097 Media, PA 19063
      A community of people who are concerned about the many ways that AS and other autism spectrum disorders (ASD) affect children and adults and their families in the home, at school and in every area of their lives. Phone: 610-449-6776 | URL: https://ascendgroup.org
    11. Asociacion de Puertoquenos MedicalClinic 3263 North Front St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      APM maintains three behavioral health clinics delivering professional, culturally sensitive treatment and prevention services to more than 2,000 City residents without geographic restriction. All services offer bilingual diagnoses and treatment for their community's mental health issues. All APM Mental Health Clinics provide the following specific services: Individual Therapy Family and Group Therapy Psychiatric Evaluations Psychiatric Intervention Medication Monitoring Anger Management Couples Counseling Phone: (215) 426-1077 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org/mentalhealth.html | Email: info@apmphila.org
    12. Assessment & Treatment Alternatives: TAP Program 1241 Vine Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Assessment & Treatment Alternatives (ATA) is a non-profit, Forensic Mental Health Clinic. ATA specializes in the assessment and treatment formulation for children, adolescents and adults with severe emotional and behavioral problems who are involved in the legal system. Provides a range of forensic mental health services in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. their staff include psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and case managers. Intensive and ongoing education, training and supervision for their staff, insure patients have access to the most experienced clinicians. Phone: (215) 405-2100 | URL: http://atainc.org/services/tap.html | Email: wrussell@forensiceval.org | Hours: M-F 8am-5pm
    13. Back to Society, Inc. PO Box 15300 Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Provides children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, finance/budgeting, health, legal services, re-entry services. Phone: (267) 902-3866 | Email: back2societyinc@yahoo.com
    14. Barber National Institute 3300 Henry Avenue Suite 900 Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Offers a wide range of behavioral health services for children with mental health needs from childhood through adolescence and the teenage years. Provides a variety of residential options, individualized day services, Lifesharing options and supported employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities living in southeastern Pennsylvania. Phone: (215) 871-0731 | URL: www.barberinstitute.org | Email: BNIphil@BarberInstitute.org
    15. Baring House 3401 Baring Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Services include respite care center (24 hours), family empowerment, and parenting classes.
    16. Behavioral Health Alliance Project for Older Adults
      Behavioral health resource center serving residents of South and West Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 282-6404
    17. Belmont Center
      Inpatient hospitalization for children, adolescents, and older adults. Partial hospitalization for adolescents and older adults. lntensive outpatient for older adults. | URL: http://www.einstein.edu/mental-behavioral-health/eating-disorders/
    18. Belmont Psychiatric Center 4200 Monument Road Philadelphia, PA 19131
      As part of Einstein Healthcare Network, Belmont Behavioral Health (BBH) provides a comprehensive level of health services including psychiatric care, 24 hour triage and evaluation, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospital and inpatient. We also provide Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) in an inpatient and outpatient medical setting. Phone: (215) 456-8000 | URL: http://www.einstein.edu/mental-behavioral-health/
    19. Bernardine Center
      Provides no cost parenting workshops for mothers. fathers, and families. Phone: 610-497-3225 | URL: www.bernardinecenter.org
    20. Bethanna 1212 Wood Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Bethanna is a multi service child welfare and behavioral health agency that provides the highest quality system of care for children and families in order to ensure safety,restore emotional wellness and build family stability. Bethanna provides Community Umbrella Agency Services, Behavioral Health Services, Resource Home Care, SWAN Adoption Services and Parenting Education. We hve been proudly serving families in Philadelphia, Southeastern and Central Pennsylvania for over 80 years. | URL: www.bethanna.org | Email: kbarlow@bethanna.org | Spanish | Hours: 9 am - 9 pm, Monday through Saturday | ADAAccess: Wheelcahair ramp and accessible restrooms | Transportation: Broad Street Line- Race/Vine Station
    21. Bibleway Baptist Church 1323 North 52nd St Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 477-0778 | URL: http://www.biblewaybaptist.org/ | Email: info@biblewaybaptist.org
    22. Books Through Bars 4722 Baltimore Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Books Through Bars' core program is distributing books and educational materials to individual prisoners in the Mid-Atlantic region, prison libraries across the country, and halfway houses throughout the greater Philadelphia area. They provide small packages of books to individual prisoners in the Mid-Atlantic region: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. The books are free, and they send them to anyone who asks, providing they are in the region they serve and the prison accepts books. Phone: 215-727-8170 | | URL: http://booksthroughbars.org/ | Email: info@booksthroughbars.org
    23. Bryn Mawr Hospital - Psychiatric Inpatient 130 S Bryn Mawr Ave Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
      Inpatient psychiatric program for aduJts and adolescents over the age of 14 requiring mental health treatment. Co-curring disorders track. Phone: 888-227-3898 | URL: http://www.mainlinehealth.org/inpatientpsychiatry
    24. Caring People Alliance: Fels South Philadelphia Community Center 2407 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Focuses on giving parents the skills to deal with child non-compliance, day care, mentors and parent respite. Phone: (215) 218-0800 | URL: http://www.caringpeoplealliance.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10:fels-s.. | Email: info@caringpeoplealliance.org
    25. Carson Valley - Children's Aid 1419 Bethlehem Pike Flourtown, PA 19031
      Offers a wide variety of interventions and supports for children, youth and families who have experienced trauma. Services include behavioral health services, residential services, education, in-home prevention services and substance abuse prevention and intervention. Services are provided in neighborhood centers located at Allegheny West, Logan Olney, New Covenant, Norristown and on the campus in Flourtown, PA. Phone: 215-233-1960 | URL: www.carsonvalley.org | Email: info@cvca-pa.org
    26. Casa De Consejera y Salud Integral, Inc. 213 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides the Latino families and others living in North Philadelphia with an agency specialized on counseling and social services that helps every member of the family to use their capabilities and abilities to the maximum in the psychological, social, cultural, educational and spiritual areas through the use of the holistic approach. Phone: (215) 634-3259 | Hours: Mon-Tue 9am-8pm W-F 9-5pm
    27. Catholic Social Services - Philadelphia 227 N 18th st Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 587-3900 | URL: http://www.catholicsocialservicesphilly.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
    28. Catholic Social Services - Springfield 240 N Springfield Road Springfield, PA 19018 130 E 7th Street Chester, PA 19013
      Provides family, marital, and individual counseling on a sliding fee scale. Phone: 610-626-6550/6559 Phone: 610-876-9183 | URL: cssphiladelphia.org
    29. Center for a Healthy World
      Free mental health counseling in exchange for community service. Phone: 610-664-7793
    30. Center For Autism 3905 Ford Road Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Offers a variety of comprehensive, year-round programs and services for individuals and families affected by autism. Each service is designed on a case-by-case basis in order to meet the varying needs of each individual. Phone: 215.878.3400 | URL: www.thecenterforautism.org | Email: info@thecenterforautism.org | Hours: M-Th- 8:30am to 7:00pm; Friday- 8:30am to 5:00pm
    31. Center for Human Development: Double Trouble Group 10630 Drummond Rd Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. Meets Tues/Thurs/Fri @ 5:45pm.
    32. Center for Postpartum 8611 Germantown Ave 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Assistance with symptoms of depression and anxiety during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Phone: 215-247-2114 | URL: http://www.postpartumcenter.com/
    33. CHADD Support for ADHD 1012 Russell Ln West Chester, PA 19380
      Children & Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder Phone: 610-429-4060 | URL: www.chadd.org
    34. Chester County Compeer 307 Walnut St PO Box 3094 West Chester, PA 19380
      Arranges one-on-one matches between adults learning to cope with a mental illness with volunteers of the same sex and similar age who share common interests. The two participate in recreational activities together with the goal of promoting recovery by providing adults with severe mental illnesses with friends who can aid them emotionally. Phone: (610) 436-4445 | URL: http://compeer.mhasp.org/chester-home
    35. Child Guidance Resource Centers 2000 Old West Chester Pike Havertown, PA 19083
      Provides behavioral healthcare and educational services for assessing, treating, and empowering children, adolescents, adults, and families with behavioral health struggles, developmental disabilities, and residential needs. Phone: 484 454-8700 Philadelphia Office 215-590-0413 | URL: www.cgrc.org
    36. Childline
      Child abuse reporting. Phone: 800-932-0313 TDD 866-872-1677
    37. Children and Youth Services (CYS) 20 S 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082 531 Penn Street Chester, PA 19013
      CYS investigates all allegations of child abuse and neglect, as mandated by state law. Provides a wide range of services to abused and neglected children from birth to age 18, and their families as well as services to adolescents who are at severe risk due to their behavior or that of their parent. Phone: 610-713-2000 Phone: 610-447-1000 Phone: 610-891-5258 | URL: www.co.delaware.pa.uslhumanserviceslchildyouth.html
    38. Children's Crisis Treatment Center 1080 North Delaware Avenue Suite 600 Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Delivers behavioral health services to Philadelphia's children and their families. Addresses the impact of child abuse, neglect, traumatic events, and other challenges to early childhood development. Phone: 215. 496. 0707 | URL: www.cctckids.org | Email: information@cctckids.org
    39. Children's Service, Inc. 1315 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Offers Outpatient mental/behavioral health rehabilitation services. Phone: (215) 546-3503 | URL: http://www.csichild.org/ | Email: info@csichild.org
    40. CHOICE 1233 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107 PO Box 40835 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides: children and family services, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol treatment, education, health information, re-entry services, and reproductive health information. Phone: (215) 985-3356 x 124 | Email: info@choice-phila.org
    41. CHOICE Hotline 1500 Walnut Street Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      CHOICE is a community-based organization dedicated to increasing awareness of and access to reproductive, sexual, and maternal/child health services. Phone: (215) 985-3300 | Email: info@choice-phila.org | Hours: M-Thr 830-730 Fri-830-5
    42. Circle of Hope Men's Group: for male survivors of sexual trauma
      The Circle of Hope Men's Group offers: - a safe, confidential place to be honest, be heard, and experience acceptance - a chance to grow in the ability to be compassionately present to ourselves and others; - an opportunity to share your story and write, together, a new chapter of life. This group is currently to new members. Phone: 215.546.8333 x 25 | Email: jparadis@casciacenter.org
    43. Citizens Acting Together Can Help, Inc. 1409 Lombard Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides mental health, intellectual disabilities, and emergency residential services for the population of Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 735-7436 | URL: http://www.catchinc.com/homepage.htm | Hours: Mon - Fri - 8:30 - 5
    44. City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program 1729 Mt Vernon Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      City of Philadelphia Mural Arts, with support from the Ford Foundation, presented the Arts and Criminal Justice Symposium on April 27th, 2012, a forum for organizations and practitioners to share program findings, learn from others in the field, seek partnerships, and reduce institutional obstructions between non-profits, academia, and the criminal justice field to foster a climate of collaboration and mutual learning. Phone: (215) 685-0756 | URL: http://muralarts.org/ | Email: info@muralarts.org
    45. Columibia North YMCA 1400 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 235-6550 | URL: https://philaymca.org/branches/columbia-north/ | Email: blawson@philaymca.org | Hours: Mon-Thr 6am-9pm Friday 6:30am-8pm Saturday 8am-5pm Sunday 9am-5 pm
    46. COMHAR (formerly Community Organization for Mental Health and Retardation) 100 West Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides a wide variety of programs for individuals and families affected by mental health or intellectual disability issues. Phone: (215) 203-3000 | URL: http://comhar.org/ | Hours: Mon-Thr 830-5 Fri 9-5
    47. Community Behavioral Health 801 Market St 7th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Serving Philadelphia's uninsured, underinsured, and Medicaid-eligible patients. Phone: (215) 413-3100 Phone: (888) 545-2600 | URL: http://dbhids.org/community-behavioral-health/
    48. Community Council Health Systems: Community Council for Mental Health and Mental Retardation 4900 Wyalusing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The mission of Community Council is to provide comprehensive mental health and educational services for adults and children. All services are designed to be holistic, geographically accessible, culturally sensitive, and coordinated with other related service systems, both formal and informal. Community Council has a long history of providing mental health services to Philadelphia residents and is one of the City of Philadelphia's original 12 Base Service Units. We provide a range of mental health and substance abuse direct services and case management. It now boasts of 10 children's services and five adult programs. The organization has a total diverse staff of 450 people that have particular cultural competence in working with the African American community. The agency serves over 3500 consumers (adult and children) on a weekly basis. Phone: (215) 295-8869 | URL: http://ccmhmr.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    49. Community Support Program 1101 Market Street 7th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides mental health counseling services. Phone: (215) 685-4768 | Email: Michelle.khan@phila.gov
    50. Community Treatment Team 520 N Columbus Blvd 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides therapy and case management to the mentally ill. Phone: (215) 923-8042 | URL: http://www.pmhcc.org/index.php/programs/philadelphia-community-treatment-teams
    51. Compassionate Friends
      Grief and loss support for parents, siblings and grandparents. Phone: 610-544-6645 | URL: http://www.compassionatefriends.org/home.aspx
    52. Compeer in Philadelphia 1211 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Arranges one-on-one matches between adults learning to cope with a mental illness with volunteers of the same sex and similar age who share common interests. The two participate in recreational activities together with the goal of promoting recovery by providing adults with severe mental illnesses with friends who can aid them emotionally. Phone: (215) 751-1800 | URL: http://pacompeercoalition.org/ | Email: natshaffer@state.pa.us
    53. Conewago 424 Nye Road Hummelstown, PA 17036
      Provides mental health services for men and women. Phone: (717) 533-0428 | URL: http://www.firetree.com/da-conewago-place-inpatient.asp | Email: conewagopl@firetree.com | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    54. Congresso de Latinos Unidos 216 W Somerset St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      All inclusive services with emphasis on helping the Latino Community. All services are fully Bilingual(English and Spanish). Call main general number to be transferred to appropriate help. Phone: (215) 763-8870 | URL: http://www.congreso.net/site/ | Spanish | Hours: M-F 8-30-5 | Target Group: Residents of North Philadelphia and East Police Division
    55. Consortium Double Trouble Group 451 University Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. Fridays @ 10:00pm.
    56. Consortium, Inc : Chestnut St 5501 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19139
      The Consortium, Inc. is a nonprofit Community Mental Health Center incorporated in 1967. Our focus is directed towards delivering services to our neighbors in West and Southwest Philadelphia, and throughout the City. We are here to serve your behavioral health care needs regardless of income. We provide behavioral health care programs and services for children, adults, and senior citizens. Adult Blended Case Management 215-748-8400 , Monday-Friday 24 hours a day | Email: shamid@consortium-inc.org | English
    57. Consortium, Inc : Island Ave 3751 Island Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19153
      The Consortium, Inc. is a nonprofit Community Mental Health Center incorporated in 1967. Our focus is directed towards delivering services to our neighbors in West and Southwest Philadelphia, and throughout the City. We are here to serve your behavioral health care needs regardless of income. We provide behavioral health care programs and services for children, adults, and senior citizens. Phone: (215) 596-8100 | URL: http://www.consortium-inc.org/home.html | Email: info@consortium-inc.org
    58. Consumer Satisfaction Team 520 Delaware Ave 7th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The Consumer Satisfaction Team, Inc. is a non-profit organization staffed entirely by mental health consumers, individuals in recovery from substance abuse, and family members of people with mental illness and/or substance addictions. Phone: (215) 923-9627 | URL: http://www.thecst.org/index.html
    59. Contact Greater Philadelphia
      A nonprofit organization that provides free and confidential telephone-based crisis and suicide intervention services to those in need in the Greater Philadelphia region. Contact's services are provided on a 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year basis. All services offered by the organization are provided by volunteers who are recruited and trained by COlllaer. Clients call Conmer's crisis hotlines for assistance in dealing with loneliness, depression, anxiety. drug and alcohol dependence, difficulties with marital or other interpersonal relationships, job loss and financial problems. Main Number 215-355-6000 | URL: http://www.fsabc.org/program/contact-helpline/
    60. Countv Office of Services for the Aging (COSA) 206 Eddystone Ave 2nd Floor Eddystone, PA 19022
      Provides community information, in-home, and volunteer services for older adults including the GATEWAY program-(Giving Assessment, Treatment, and Empowerment in the Aging Years), which targets adults 60 and up with behavioral health issues and connects them to appropriate resources. Phone: 610-490-1300 After business hours 610-622-9284 | URL: www.delcosa.org
    61. Crossroads Women's Center PO Box 11795 Philadelphia, PA 19101
      Family advocacy services. Phone: (215) 848-1120
    62. Crozer Chester Community Hospital
      Offers behavioral health services for children and adults that include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, individual, family, and group therapy, case management. Adults 610-497-7687 Children 610-497-7584
    63. Crozer Chester Medical Center Crisis Services 1 Medical Center Blvd Upland, PA 19013
      Provides 24 hour, walk-in crisis services. Phone: 610-447-7600
    64. Crozer Chester Medical Center Psychiatry
      Adult inpatient services available. Phone: 610-874-5257 | URL: http://www.crozer.org/
    65. Daemion House Community Counseling Center 95 Howellville Road Berwyn, PA 19312
      Daemion Counseling Center offers professional mental health counseling focused on helping community residents navigate life's many transitions by providing expert yet affordable care. We offer individual and couples counseling, Drug & Alcohol evaluation, Anger Management evaluations, as well as a 10-week Anger Management program. Phone: 610·647-1431 | URL: www.daemioncounseling.org | Email: staff@daemioncounseling.org | Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; evenings by appointment.
    66. Dawn's Place PO Box 48253 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Dawn's Place works to improve the lives of women who have been trafficked, prostituted or pimped. Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE) or Sex Trafficking is a form of modern day slavery. Help stop Human Trafficking Phone: (215) 849-2396 | URL: http://ahomefordawn.org/ | Email: info@ahomefordawn.org
    67. Delaware County Family Center 2600 W 9th St Chester, PA 19013
      Each Family Center provides parenting workshops. family literacy programs, information and referrals. Phone: 610-494-9280
    68. Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health
      Provides mental health court/delegate services, community advocate, Community Support Program (CSP), and Contingency Fund. Phone: 610-713-2387
    69. Delaware County Suicide Prevention Awareness Task Force
      The Delaware County Suicide Prevention Awareness Task Force offers information and education about, and assistance and support to, efforts to lessen the incidence of suicide and the stigma associated with suicide and suicide loss. | URL: http://www.delcosuicideprevention.org/
    70. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 552-8737 | URL: http://www.dbsalliance.org/site/PageServer?pagename=peer_support_group_locator | Email: fran@hazam.org
    71. Devereux Community Services Of Philadelphia 230 Highland Avenue Devon, PA 19333
      Provides a continuum of care for children, adolescents and adults faced with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorders and mental health challenges, including psychiatric hospitals, residential and day treatment programs, community-based group homes, respite care programs, supervised apartments, foster care homes, special education day schools, and vocational and pre-vocational training. Phone: 800-345-1292 | URL: www.devereux.org
    72. Domestic Abuse Project 14 West 2nd Street Media, PA 19013 2600 W 9th Street Chester, PA 19013
      Provides immediate crisis intervention, information, support, referrals, emergency, and advocacy in filing for temporary Protection From Abuse (PFA) orders and representation for clients at penn anent PFA hearings. Offers accompaniment and advocacy for victims involved in criminal proceedings against their abusers. Provides shelter to adults and their dependent children at imminent risk of physical abuse. Transitional housing program offers longer-term subsidized housing and intensive case management. Short and long-term supportive/educational counseling. 24 hour hotline: 610-565-4590 Phone: 610-565-6272 Phone: 610-497-6737 | URL: www.dapdc.org
    73. DRG Counseling
      Provides fee-based parenting worksbops in Chadds Ford. Phone: 610-357-5627
    74. Dr Nicole Lipkin (B.H. Equilibria) 525 S 4th St Suite 471 Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Equilibria Leadership Consulting provides consulting, training and coaching to help clients engage, retain, manage and develop people - the lifeblood of business success. Phone: (267) 861-3685 | URL: www.equilibriacoaching.com | Email: nlipkin@equilibriapcs.com
    75. Dunbar Community Counseling Services 4232 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Dunbar Community Counseling Services is a full Psychological Clinical Program. Psychological Services include: Outpatient Psychological Services; Wraparound Services; Family and Couples Counseling; Psychological Consultation; Evaluation and Testing; Behavioral Modification; Outpatient Intake and Assessment; Truancy Prevention Program Phone: 215-878-2198 | URL: www.dunbaragency.com | Email: info@dunbaragency.com | Hours: Mon-Thurs: 9am-7pm; Fri: 9am-5pm; Sat: By Appointment
    76. Eastern Delco Family Center 1515 Lansdowne Ave St. Bernard Hall, 2nd Floor Darby, PA 19023
      Social Services Organization Phone: 610-532-2811
    77. Elwyn, Inc. 4040 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 111 Elwyn Rd Elwyn, PA 19063
      Provides services for people with disabilities. Services include: behavioral health; early childhood services; special education; research and health services; work and adult day programs; supports for living Phone: 215-895-5500 Phone: 610-891-2000 Elwyn Family Friends 610-891-7377 | URL: www.elwyn.org
    78. EMIR Healing Center 59 E Haines St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      EMIR Healing Center (Every Murder is Real) supports family members and friends who have been affected by homicide. EMIR provides many services including: Family & Friends Support Services; Grief Support Groups; Assistance with Victim’s Compensation forms; Education & Navigation about the Criminal Justice System; In-court Support & Advocacy; Nutrition counseling and support. Phone: 215.848.4068 | URL: EMIRphilly.org | Email: info@EMIRphilly.org
    79. Emotions Anonymous 654 N Easton Rd Philadelphia, PA 19038
      Provides counseling services. Sessions are on 2nd and 4th Tuesday/Thursday of each month at 7:30pm. | URL: http://www.emotionsanonymous.org/ | Email: info2gh99jsd@emotionsanonymous.org
    80. Empowering People In The Community 225 E City Ave Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19004
      Provides services for people with intellectual disabilities. EPIC is contracted with the State of Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Office of Developmental programs to provide Supports Coordination services for Philadelphia and Montgomery counties. Phone: 215-452-0300 | URL: www.epicsc.org | Email: info@epicsc.org
    81. Empower Youth, LLC 210 W Front Street Media Media, PA 19063
      A counseling facility for youth, ages 11-24, dealing with substance and mental health issues (co-occurring disorders). Provides education on risky behaviors, substance abuse, healthy boundaries, emotional awareness, and impulse control, through supportive group and individual therapy settings. Phone: 610-565-4360
    82. Episcopal Hospital 100 East Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      At Episcopal Campus, you and your family will find many of the healthcare services you need, including: A full-service Emergency Department and Minor Care Center A 21-bed inpatient unit One of Philadelphia's four psychiatric Crisis Response Centers A 118-bed Behavioral Health Center and outpatient clinic Advanced radiology services, including digital mammography, MRI and CT scans A full-service laboratory Family doctors, ob/gyns and pediatricians Specialty care doctors, including cardiologists and ophthalmologists Prenatal services for expectant mothers Phone: (215) 707-1200 | URL: http://episcopal.templehealth.org/content/default.htm
    83. Family & Community Service 600 N Olive Street Media, PA 19063 37 N Glenwood Ave Clifton Heights, PA 19018
      Provides individual and family counseling, participates in the Second Time Around Parents (STAP) and Parents as Leaders (PAL) programs. Accepts medical assistance, most insurances and has a sliding scale fee. Phone: 610-566-7540 Phone: 610-626-5800 | URL: www.fcsdc.org
    84. Family Support Line 100 West 6th Street Media, PA 19063
      Provides free therapy groups for children and adolescent victims of sexual abuse. Also provides parents therapy group and access to a therapy network. Phone: 610-891-5237 Phone: 610-891-5253 | URL: www.familysupportline.org
    85. Family Therapy Treatment Program 1200 Callowhill Street Suite 104 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The Family Therapy Treatment Program (FTTP) offers therapeutic services to families and couples residing in Philadelphia. Family therapy helps families resolve conflict, address challenges, and improve awareness of the issues that have contributed to past and present struggles. The goal of therapy is to strengthen relationships and increase a family's level of empowerment and resiliency. FTTP helps families recover from experiences that have caused trauma, pain, anxiety, depression, conflict, behavioral problems and miscommunication. FTTP's therapists are specially trained and credentialed in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). Appointment availability includes evening, weekends and home visits (if needed). | URL: www.phmc.org | Email: cgreen@phmc.org | Hours: Daytime, evenings and weekends | Target Group: All | Fees: Services covered by CBH (Medical assistance) | Application Process: Call intake line at 214-413-0141 | Eligibility Requirements: CBH | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: 0-5 days | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: 23 bus
    86. Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention Council
      A community-based organization dedicated to decreasing the rising incidence of suicide, reducing the stigma, and supporting people affected by depression or Joss of loved one to suicide, by education, [faining, and linking people to resources. Phone: 610-715-0076 | URL: www.feelingblue.org
    87. Financial Empowerment Centers 1401 JFK Boulevard Municipal Services Building Philadelphia, PA 19103 216 Somerset Street Congresso Headquarters Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Mission Statement: Philadelphia's network of Financial Empowerment Centers provide financial counseling with professionally trained counselors to help clients transition from debt management to saving. Programs/Services Offered 1) Money Management and Budgeting 2) Banking and Basic Financial Transactions 3) Credit Reports 4) Using Credit Wisely 5) Consumer Protection and Debt Collection 6) Student Loans 7) Negotiation 8) Future Planning 9) Homeownership Facebook: Philadelphia Financial Empowerment Center Twitter: @FEC_Philly Instagram: fec_philly This listing was updated by the PA Prison Society Main phone number 1-855-FIN-PHIL **(346-7445) | URL: www.phila.gov/financialempowerment | Email: financial.empowerment@phila.gov | Spanish | French | Portugese | Hours: call to schedule an appointment | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Must be a Philadelphia Resident
    88. Fitzgerald Mercy Outpatient Psychiatry
      Outpatient Psychiatry Phone: 610-237-4122 | URL: http://www.mercyhealth.org/locations/mercy-fitzgerald/
    89. Friend's Connection Double Trouble Group 620 N Delaware Ave Riverview Place, Suite E. 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. Saturdays @ 2pm.
    90. Friends Hospital 4641 Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Inpatient eating disorder program for adolescents and adults. Phone: 800-889-0548
    91. Gay & Lesbian Peer Counseling Services 1315 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides counseling services for the LGBT community of Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 732-8255 | Hours: Weeknights 6 - 9 p.m.
    92. Genesis II / Caton Village 1239 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 978-8010 | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    93. Germantown Community Health Services: Einstein Crisis Response Center (CRC) 1 Penn Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Offers 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week care for adults, children and adolescents who have psychiatric emergencies that interfere with their usual level of daily functioning. Phone: (215) 951-8300 | URL: http://www.einstein.edu
    94. Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania PO Box 27540 Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania (GSEP) is the largest girl-serving organization in Pennsylvania and builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. GSEP serves 41,000 girls in partnership with 15,000 volunteers in Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton and Philadelphia counties. Today, 80 percent of women in leadership and executive roles in the U.S. were Girl Scouts. Girl Scout alumnae comprise 70 percent of women in the U.S. Congress. Phone: (215) 564-2030 ext. 1085 | URL: http://www.gsep.org/
    95. Glenfield Inn 3890 Woodhaven Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Respite for family caregivers and temporary residential care for adults with mental illness. Phone: (215) 632-8293
    96. Greater Northeast Double Trouble Group 8220 Castor Ave 2nd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19152
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction
    97. Greater Philadelphia Health Action 432 N 6th Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      GPHA has been serving the area for over 40 years and has provided a continuum of care to generations of families. The foundation of our care is centered on the "whole" person - body and mind - and providing healthcare and behavioral care in the same convenient location. Phone: (888) 296-GPHA (4742) Phone: (215) 925-2400 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org/
    98. Green Tree School 1196 East Washington Lane Philadelphia, PA 19138
      Operates a private school, and provides on-site and community based Outpatient Services, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services and School Therapeutic Services for children and young adults, ages 5-21, classified with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and Developmental Delays. Phone: 215.866.0200 | URL: www.greentreeschool.org | Email: admin@gts-s.org
    99. Hahnemann Hospital Double Trouble Group (Impact Program) 1427 Vine St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. | URL: http://www.hahnemannhospital.com | Hours: Tuesdays @ 1:00pm.
    100. Hall Mercer CMHC: Double Trouble Group 245 S 8th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. | URL: www.med.upenn.edu/pahosp | Hours: Fridays @ 1:00pm.
    101. Head Start - Delaware County Intermediate Unit 200 Yale Avenue Morton, PA 19070
      Provides preschool children of low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs. Call for information on enrollment. Phone: 610-938-9000, ext. 2208 | URL: http://www.dciu.org/
    102. Health Federation of Philadelphia: Early Head Start Program 1228 North Franklin Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides services for children and families. Judy Snow (215) 223-5200, ext. 120 | URL: http://www.healthfederation.org/ds-children-EarlyHeadStart.html | Email: kmuhammad@healthfederation.org
    103. Healthy Communities Initiative 102 W Rose Tree Rd Media, PA 19063
      Parenting workshops and discussion groups. Phone: (484) 442-8532
    104. Hispanic Community Counseling Services 3221 Keinsington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides mental health services for the Latin community of Northern Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 739-7599 | URL: http://www.hccsphila.org | Email: postmaster@hccsphila.org | Hours: 8 AM - 9 PM, Mon - Fri
    105. Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems: Upper Darby 225 S 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082 126 E Baltimore Pike Media, PA 19063
      Provides behavioral health assessments, treatment, referrals, case management services, and mobile therapy. Phone: 610-352-8943 Phone: 484-444-0412
    106. Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems: Exton 467 Creamery Way Exton, PA 19341
      Provides a range of services and supports for people with mental health, substance abuse, intellectual and developmental disabilities and co-occurring disorders. Additionally, provides an array of prevention and educational programs for youth, parents and adults to encourage healthy choices and lifestyles. Phone: 610.363.1488 Phone: 800.258.8860 | URL: www.chimes.org
    107. Horizon House 120 South 30th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Horizon House, in partnership with individuals with disabilities and their families, advocates and provides comprehensive, community-based services. Horizon House utilizes a holistic approach aimed at addressing an individual's psychiatric, medical and behavioral health impediments. The overarching goal of Horizon House's interventions is to support, to the fullest extent possible, the individual's active membership in his or her family and community. In the Philadelphia Area: Mental Health Services Drug and Alcohol Services Homeless Services Developmental Disability Services This information was updated by the PPS. Phone: (215) 386-5128 | URL: http://www.hhinc.org | Email: Horizon.House@hhinc.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    108. Horizon House: Susquehanna Park 1 and 2 2137 North 33rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides men 18 or older with long-term histories of drug and/or alcohol addictions can receive help at Susquehanna Park, Horizon House's in-patient treatment facility. Phone: (215) 765-8051 | URL: http://www.hhinc.org | Email: Horizon.House@hhinc.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    109. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania 3400 Spruce St 3rd Floor, Suite D Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 662-6932 | URL: http://www.pennmedicine.org/
    110. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Double Trouble Group 34th and Spruce Streets 3rd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction.
    111. I'm FREE (Females Reentering Empowering Each Other) 3721 Midvale Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19129
      I'm FREE provides gender-responsive and trauma-informed services including educational access for employment, work-readiness training, therapeutic counseling as well as life and parenting skills for women reentering society and reconnecting with their families. Programs and Services 1) Transform Her, One Woman at a time Reintegration Support 6 week pre-release reentry training in Riverside Correctional Facility (RCF - Tues 1:30-3:30)the cognitive behavioral transformation classes address antisocial behavior through 6 main topics: Attitude Crime, Corrections and Criminal Behavior Fear Self-assessment/Self-esteem Conflict Resolution /Anger Management Support Systems Participants engage in self-appraisal by acknowledging and correcting irrational and criminal thinking patterns; solves problems effectively, maintains self-control and displays pro-social values. Participants are introduced to goal setting and the importance of a positive support network during and after incarceration. i. Wrap around Service ii. Resource Identification iii. Forensic Peer Specialist Support 2) Group/Individual Counseling 3) Trainings a. Gender Responsive training b. Trauma informed training c. Motivational workshops 4) Referral Services 5) 24 Hour Phone Service for current participants This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prison Society. Phone: (215) 951-0330, ext. 2147 | URL: www.imfreeonline.org | Email: ImFREEOnline@gmail.com | Hours: Appointment Times: Monday 9:00 am-2:30 pm, Teusday 9:00 am-12:30 pm, Wednesday 12:00 pm-2:00 pm. Walk-ins: Wednesday 10:00 am-2:00 pm. | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Women Only · *Only for those incarcerated at the time · **Program begins in prison and continues after release. Cannot serve women with chronic mental illness.
    112. Intercommunity Action, Inc. 6012 Ridge Avenue Center at 6122 Ridge Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Interact has more than two dozen individual programs and more than 400 staff working to fulfill their mission and to meet the needs of their consumers. Journey's Way, their service to older adults, provides programs for active adults ages 55+, affordable housing for lower income adults age 62 and older, and assistive services for more frail elderly. Behavioral Health Services are coordinated through their Greenridge Counseling Center, which serves children and adults in a variety of outpatient, home, school, and community settings. And their services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities include community residential living arrangements, a day activities center, and supportive employment services. Phone: (215) 487-1330 | URL: http://intercommunityaction.org/ | Email: info@intercommunityaction.org | Hours: Mon-Thurs 830am-8pm; Fri 830am-5pm
    113. Intercultural Family Services 4225 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Intercultural Family Services, Inc. (Intercultural) is an independent non-profit 501 (c)(3) human services agency founded in 1979. Since this time we have been committed to serving the needs of children and families in the Greater Philadelphia area. Through a broad array of culturally competent, collaborative, family-centered programs, we empower the people we serve with the ability to meet the challenges of everyday life and to build a firm foundation for a bright future. We look forward to forging stronger, more creative, and new partnerships in the public and private sectors. Phone: (215) 386-1298 | URL: http://www.ifsinc.org | Email: ifsi@ifsinc.org
    114. Interim House 333 West Upsal Street Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Interim House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that provides a continuum of comprehensive services to women with substance abuse and mental health issues. Phone: (215) 849-4606 | URL: http://www.interimhouse.org/site/ | Email: karenh@phmc.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    115. Interim House West 4108 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Interim House West Facilities, Inc. is a single asset nonprofit corporation that owns and manages the building occupied by PHMC's Interim House West program, one of the few residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs,Alcoholism Counseling,Drug Abuse Counseling, in Philadelphia for women and their children. This information was updated by the PPS. Phone: (215) 871-0300 | URL: http://www.phmc.org/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=155:ihw&catid=32:shared-programs&Itemid=1468 | Email: angie@phmc.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30-5
    116. Jewish Family and Children's Services: Arch Street 2100 Arch St 5th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides a variety of mental health Services including substance abuse counseling, prevention programming in a peer group setting and more. Phone: (267) 256-2100 Toll Free (866) 532-7669 | URL: http://www.jfcsphilly.org/
    117. Jewish Family and Children's Services: North Broad Street 1501 N Broad St #14 Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides a variety of mental health Services including substance abuse counseling, prevention programming in a peer group setting and more. Phone: (267) 2560-2200 | URL: http://www.jfcsphilly.org/
    118. Jewish Family and Children's Services: Veree Road 10125 Veree Rd Suite 304 Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides a variety of mental health Services including substance abuse counseling, prevention programming in a peer group setting and more. Phone: (215) 934-5551 | Email: www.jfcsphil.org
    119. JFK Community MH/MR Center 112 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides high quality services to residents of Philadelphia who need behavioral health treatment. JFK provides a safe, caring therapeutic atmosphere for clients. We offer services to adults, children, and their families. Phone: (215) 568-0860 3342 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org/ | Email: jwilliamson@jfkbhc.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    120. JJC Family Services 100 W Coulter Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Serves the needs of disadvantaged children, youth and families. Works to maintain families, through supportive services, to prevent children and youth from being placed in care, and also to ready families for reunion with their children. Provides caring foster and residential care, combined with supportive services for those severely neglected, abused, abandoned or seriously delinquent children. Phone: 215.849.2112 | URL: www.juvenilejustice.org
    121. Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) 100 S Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19110
      JJPI is a non-profit mental health agency providing outpatient assessment and treatment services in the area of sexual abuse. Phone: (215) 701-1560 | URL: http://jjp.org/ | Email: bzakireh@jjp.org
    122. Joshua Achievement Center: North Broad 2221 N Broad St 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 765-7321
    123. Joshua Achievement Center: West Banks 2016 W Berks Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 235-1394 ext. 844
    124. Juniata Community Mental Health 2254 N 3rd St Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Offers mental health outpatient services Phone: (215) 291-0804
    125. KenCCID 9350 Ashton Road Suite 202 Philadelphia, PA 19114
      KenCCID provides services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have independence, self-sufficiency and self-reliance; utilizing staff and community resources to enrich and enhance our individuals' quality of life. Phone: 215-288-9797 | URL: www.kenccid.net | Email: KenccidFamily@kenccid.org
    126. KenCrest Services 502 West Germantown Pike Suite 200 Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
      Provides community-based services and supports for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and autism and their families. They have multiple locations in the Philadelphia area. Phone: 610-825-9360 | URL: www.Kencrest.org
    127. Kirkbride Center 111 North 49th Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Kirkbride Center provides a wide range of high quality, cutting edge addiction recovery and mental health services. With 196 beds available on our campus of more than 15 acres on the edge of University City in Philadelphia, you can find the help you need with Substance Detoxification, Residential Rehabilitation (short and long-term), Methadone Maintenance, Suboxone Maintenance, Vivitrol and Drug-Free treatment, Acute Psychiatric Inpatient Care, Sub-Acute Psychiatric Care, Dual Diagnosis/Co-occurring inpatient treatment, and 23 Hour Observation. Kirkbride Center can be your Fresh Start for a New Tomorrow. Main Number 215-471-2600 , 24 hours/7days Admissions 215-471-2488 , 24 hours/7days | URL: www.kirkbridecenter.com | Spanish | Hours: 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year | Target Group: Addiction Recovery, Mental Health, Co-occurring/dual diagnosis, Ex-Offenders, Opiate Addiction, Methadone, Suboxone, Vivitrol, Drug-Free, 12-Step/AA/NA/CA
    128. Liberty Resources for Peer Support 714 Market St Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Provides peer support resources for individuals with physical disabilities. Phone: (215) 634-2000 | Email: Lrinc@libertyresources.org
    129. Life Beyond Abuse
      Offers support and treatment to all members of the cycle of abuse. Programs include individual counseling, moderated support groups and assistance to victims involved in custody and visitation issues. Phone: 610-565-3399
    130. Linda Falasco, MSW, LCSW
      Family therapy, couples therapy, teens and adolescents, suicide loss support group. Phone: 484-571-8010 | URL: http://www.lindafalascolcsw.com/
    131. Lutheran Settlement House: Frankford Ave. 1340 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Provides domestic and sexual violence education services. The Pathways to Employment Program offers individualized job search assistance including resume review, interview preparation, and online applications, connections to PA Careerlink Services, Job readiness workshops, and Customer Service training for certification. Email: pep@lutheransettlement.org. The Adult Literacy & Lifelong Learning Program offers individual and small-group tutoring in preparation for the GED, HiSET, or to meet other career or education-related goals. Email: literacy@lutheransettlement.org. Phone: (215) 426-8610, ext. 235 Pathways to Employment Program 215-426-8610 x2006 Adult Literacy & Lifelong Learning Program 215-426-8610 x1242 | URL: www.lutheransettlement.org | Email: info@lutheransettlement.org
    132. Main Line Health American Day Treatment Center 401 Pilgrim Lane Suite 100 Drexel Hill, PA 19026
      Mental health assessments, partial day hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment and day programs. Call for an appointment. Phone: 888-CARE-898 | URL: http://www.mainlinehealth.org/DayTreatment
    133. Maranatha Baptist Church 4525 Comly St Philadelphia, PA 19135
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 338-9535
    134. Maternity Care Coalition 224 Long Lane Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Programs to support maternal and child health through community and professional education, research and advocacy. Phone: 610-713-0570 | URL: http://www.momobile.org/
    135. Maternity Care Coalition: MOMobile 8151 State Rd Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Advocates work with families in their own homes: families are nurtured and empowered to sustain healthy lifestyles. MOMobile services focus on overall family wellbeing and ensure family members get medical care, mental health services, and social services. Phone: (215) 685-7281 | URL: http://maternitycarecoalition.org/professionals/services-for-families/momobile/ | Email: kpollack@momobile.org
    136. Menergy 7500 Germantown Avenue New Covenant Campus-Elders Hall - Suites Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Evaluation of risk and abuse need not include physical violence to be considered for treatment. Phone: (215) 242-2235 | URL: http://www.menergy.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    137. Men's Resource Center 1601 Walnut Street Suite 1017 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Men's Resource Center of Philadelphia is dedicated to helping men discover, develop, and celebrate their humanity. We seek to free men of the rigid male training that erodes their lives and relationships. Their goal is to help men redefine and revisit their roles so they can experience full humanity and establish respectful lives. Phone: (215) 564-0488 | URL: http://www.themensresourcecenter.org/ | Email: MRCphiladelphia@gmail.com | Hours: 8:30 every day
    138. Mental Health Association of SE PA: Peer ACTION 1211 Chestnut Street 11th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      MHASP offers over thirty-five services and programs in the five county region of southeastern Pennsylvania: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. Many of the services are delivered by people in recovery with a mental health diagnosis, based on the principle that self-help and mutual support are empowering and that the best helpers for those in need are often those who have experienced similar challenges. Our recovery based practices and programs offer a model of service delivery that emphasizes peer support demonstrating that recovery from mental illness and/or addiction is possible. All of our services are designed to empower people with mental health diagnosis and their families to become practitioners of self-directed care. Phone: (267) 507-3814 | URL: http://www.mhasp.org/
    139. Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA 1211 Chestnut Street Suite 1100 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      A nonprofit citizen's organization serving adults, children and family members through programs and advocacy efforts. Phone: 800-688-4226, ext. 228 Phone: (215) 751-1800 | URL: www.mhasp.org
    140. Mental Health Delegates
      Approve involuntary commitment applications, provide authorization for emergency services, send mobile emergency team for home visits, and provides access to crisis residential facilities. Phone: (215) 685-6440 | URL: http://www.dbhids.org/mental-health-delegate/
    141. Men & Women For Human Excellence 1826 N 28th St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      MWFHE provides services to individuals and families who have a history of chemical abuse/ dependence and/or mental health challenges. Phone: (215) 769-7045 | URL: http://www.mwfhe.org/ | Hours: 24 hour program
    142. Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital 1500 Lansdowne Ave Darby, PA 19082
      Provides of compassionate care and community access to quality healthcare services that improve the health of individuals and communities. Phone: (610) 237-4000 | URL: http://www.mercyhealth.org/
    143. Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital Crisis Services 1500 Lansdowne Ave Darby, PA 19023
      Provides 24-hour, walk-in crisis services. Phone: 610-237-4210
    144. Mercy Hospital CRC 501 S 54th St Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Crisis response center serving west and southwest Philadelphia Hotline (215) 748-9525 | URL: http://www.mercyhealth.org/services/mental-health/
    145. Michelle Kindt
      Offers fee-based parenting workshops. Phone: 610-688-1424 | URL: www.michellekindt.com
    146. Miracles In Progress, Inc. 3517 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Recovery house that accepts individuals on medication assisted treatment for addiction (methadone maintenance). Phone: (215) 533-4164 | URL: http://www.nphs.com/
    147. MMOC Pen Pal Program 2145 S 21st Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Volunteer Writers writing anonymously to imprisoned persons in state or federal prisons throughout the US. Our writers communicate with over 550 inmates in 175 prisons across the country. Phone: 610 259 3178 , 24 /7 | Email: susan_mmoc@comcast.net | Fees: None | Application Process: written | Eligibility Requirements: Permission of the inmate receiving mail
    148. Mothers In Charge 1415 N Broad Street Suite 229 Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Mothers In Charge is a violence prevention organization providing education, and intervention for youth, young adults, families, and communities. The organization provides services, and support to families affected by violence. Mothers In Charge also provides programs in correctional facilities, and after care support services to those citizens returning to their communities. Phone: 215-228-1718 , Mon-Fri 9am-7pm | URL: www.mothersincharge.org | Email: momsforpeace@aol.com | English | Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-7:00pm | Target Group: Youth-Young Adults & Families | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: N/A | Service Wait: No
    149. National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of PA (NAMI of PA)
      Provides support and education for families of persons with serious mental illnesses, their friends, professionals, and persons who receive mental health services. Phone: 610-623-0071 | URL: http://philadelphia.nami.org/ | Email: rcarvalho@nami-pa.org
    150. National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women 125 South 9th Street Suite 302 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Assists defense teams working on cases that involve victims of battering who have been charged with crimes related to their abuse. Does not provide direct legal representation or social services. Accepts collect calls 215/351-0010 Toll free 1-800-903-0111 ext. 3 | URL: www.ncdbw.org
    151. Nationalities Service Center 1216 Arch Street 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides support groups, parents as teachers, and parents empowerment. Fosters child development, developing relationships and discipline. Phone: (215) 893-8400 | URL: www.nationalitiesservice.org
    152. National Mental Health Consumers Self Help Clearinghouse
      The National Mental Health Consumers' Self-Help Clearinghouse, the nation's first national consumer technical assistance center, has played a major role in the development of the mental health consumer movement. The consumer movement strives for dignity, respect, and opportunity for those with mental illnesses. Consumers--those who receive or have received mental health services--continue to reject the label of "those who cannot help themselves." Phone: (215) 553-4539 | URL: www.mhselfhelp.org
    153. National Poison Control
      Information about poisoning. Phone: 800-222-1222
    154. National Suicide Prevention Hotline
      Helps individuals in suicidal crisis to contact the nearest available suicide prevention and mental health service provider through a toll-free phone number. Phone: (800) 273-8255 | URL: http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
    155. New Horizons 501 S 54th St Mercy Hospital Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services. Phone: (215) 748-9000
    156. NHS (Formerly Northwestern Human Services)
      Mental health and substance abuse assessment, treatment and referral services. Provides assessments, outpatient and intensive outpatient addiction treatment for adults and adolescents. Accepts Medical Assistance. Phone: 610-534-3636
    157. NHS Parkside Germantown 5429 Germantown Avenue Parkside Recovery Germantown Philadelphia, PA 19144
      NHS is committed to addressing the impact of addiction on the individual, family and community by offering comprehensive clinical and evidence-based therapeutic programs which incorporate best-practice interventions using a multi-disciplinary team approach to helping people who have been struggling with chemical dependency. Centered on the recovery model which assumes all clients have the potential for improvement leading to recovery, our treatment teams offer personal support, treating each client with dignity and respect. Phone: (215) 754-0240 x207 | URL: http://www.nhsonline.org/ | Email: easternregion@nhsonline.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 7:00 am-5:00 PM Saturday 8:00 AM - 1:00PM Sunday 8:00 AM -11:00AM
    158. NHS Parkside Recovery Philadelphia: Knights Road Center 11082 Knights Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Knights Road offers both an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and an Outpatient Program (OP) for adults experiencing challenges with substance use and co-occurring mental health and substance abuse challenges. We offer both a Drug Free and Suboxone program. Psychiatric Evaluations are also available. Groups and individual sessions are conducted by an NHS counselor. The IOP program requires a 10 hour a week commitment, and the OP program requires a 5 hour per week commitment. The programs and services provided by NHS are designed to encourage and promote an individual’s recovery from drug and alcohol dependency by adopting a person-centered approach that engages in partnerships with the client that focuses on the client’s strengths. The IOP program is a day program with groups meeting every morning. The OP program has evening and day groups. The Certified Peer Specialist facilities a Peer Support Meeting weekly for additional support for those in need. Various incentives are received by members for attendance, stepping-down from IOP, and when completing OP. Main Number 215-632-9040 Intake Line 215-632-9040 x126 , M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm Program Coordinator (Lori Gabert) 215-632-9040 x190 , M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm | URL: http://www.nhsonline.org/ | Hours: Monday 8:30am-8:00pm, Tuesday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm | Target Group: Adults, Drug Free, Suboxone, Co-occuring, Prolonged Exposure Therapy for those with PTSD available, Peer Support Meetings | Application Process: Calling or coming in for an Intake Screen and scheduling an Intake appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia County Residents | Application Wait: Most phone calls are returned within 24 hours | Service Wait: Most Intakes can be scheduled within 72 hours | Transportation: We will apply for day passes for those who qualify. We provide tokens while awaiting approval and for members who do not qualify for day passes.
    159. Norristown State Hospital 1001 Sterigere Street Norristown, PA 19401
      Norristown State Hospital is a long-term psychiatric facility that is Medicare and Medicaid approved. It provides treatment for consumers with severe and persistent mental illness. Phone: (610) 341-1001 | URL: http://www.dpw.state.pa.us/foradults/statehospitals/norristownstatehospital/
    160. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health 4641 Roosevelt Blvd The Orleans Bldg. Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides behavioral health, addictions and mental retardation services within the context of community participation and involvement. Phone: (215) 831-2800 | URL: http://www.neccbh.org | Email: info@neccbh.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    161. Northeast Philadelphia Consumer Center 6801 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19135
      Provides central location for self-help and mutual support, information and resource sharing, as well as opportunities to socialize. Everyone in the center - staff included - has had some experience with mental illness and the mental health system can share their experience with other consumers. Phone: (215) 624-6163
    162. Northern Children's Services 5301 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Supports the healthy development of children, while stabilizing their families to build stronger communities through their behavioral health and child welfare services. Phone: 215-482-1423 | URL: www.northernchildren.org | Email: info@northernchildren.org
    163. NORTH, Inc 1300 W Lehigh Ave Suite 104 Philadelphia, PA 19124
      NORTH, INC. is the non-profit organization that manages the WIC Program in Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia WIC Program is the largest, single county program in the Commonwealth. WIC provides benefits and services to more than 49,000 women, infants and children in Philadelphia County. There are 18 primary WIC offices which are located in two City Health Centers, five community health centers, in the three major children's hospitals and in eight free standing offices which are not connected to any health care facility. In addition the Mobile WIC office provides services to participants in 28 satellite offices that the staff visit once a month ? 16 high schools, seven community health centers and 5 shelters. Phone: (215) 978-6100 | URL: http://www.northwic.org/ | Hours: M-F 8-5
    164. North Philadelphia (Drop-In) Consumer Center 2221 N Broad St 4th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides mental health services. Phone: (215) 236-7675 | URL: http://www.dbhids.org/drop-in-centers/
    165. North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation 2221 N Broad St Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation strengthens families by connecting them to the opportunities, resources, and support systems they need to raise happy, healthy, and successful children and to support adult individuals who require additional support | URL: http://nphsdc.org/
    166. Northwestern Human Services Philadelphia 27 East Mount Airy Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      NHS offers a full range of integrated services in the areas of mental health, addictive diseases, autism, education, intellectual/developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, therapeutic family care and other specialized services. Phone: (215) 248-6700 | URL: http://www.nhsonline.org/ | Email: easternregion@nhsonline.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    167. Nueva Vida Behavioral Health Center 112 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Nueva Vida is a multilingual/multicultural Health Center that provides bilingual mental health services to people of all ages. Nueva Vida's staff consists of Psychiatrist, Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist, Psychotherapists/Counselors for adults, children and adolescents. The Center offers Psychiatric Evaluations, Mental Health Evaluations, Counseling, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Medication Management. Phone: (215) 291-1250
    168. Office of Early Intervention 20 S 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Offers services to children from birth to 3 years who experience developmental delays. Phone: 610-713-2406
    169. Office of Mental Retardation
      Provides support coordination services including needs assessment and service planning, coordination and monitoring. Phone: 610-713-2400
    170. Pan American Mental Health Clinic 4519 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Pan American Behavioral Health Center provides behavioral health services to the Bucks County community. We offer bilingual psychotherapists fluent in Spanish and English. Services offered by Pan American include: Psychiatric Evaluation, Individual and Family Psychotherapy, Dual Diagnosis, Patient Education (on base pathology), Medical orientation in reference to psychotropic medicines Psychotherapy and Counseling Services for adolescents, adults and children Psychiatric Services Phone: (215) 457-1620
    171. Parents Involved Network (PIN) 1211 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides support and education for parents of children experiencing behavioral health problems. Phone: (800) 751-1800(ext.214) | URL: http://dbhids.org/parents-involved-network | Email: pin@mhasp.org
    172. Partnership For Community Supports 9360 Ashton Road Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Provides supports and coordination for individuals with intellectual disabilites. Assists individuals and their families in locating needed supports and services within their community. Phone: (267) 350-4500 | URL: www.pfcsupports.org
    173. Passages Counseling Center
      Offers parenting and co-parent assistance. Accepts many insurance plans or fee based services. Phone: 610-891-9923 | URL: www.passagescc.com
    174. PATH (People Acting to Help), Inc. 8220 Castor Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19152
      PATH serves individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Phone: (215) 728-4600 | URL: http://www.pathcenter.org/index.htm | Email: rfell@pathindustries.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    175. Peerstar LLC 816/818 Baltimore Pike Suite 103 Glen Mills, PA 19342
      Peerstar LLC provides licensed, evidence-based peer support services to individuals with MA, county or DOC funding in the Pennsylvania criminal justice system suffering from mental illnesses and/or substance abuse disorders, with the goal of improving recovery outcomes, enhancing community reintegration, diverting from incarceration, and reducing recidivism. Forensic peer support involves trained peer support specialists with histories of mental illness and criminal justice involvement helping those with similar histories which provides an understanding of the impact of the culture of incarceration and behavior. Phone: 484-574-8912 , Monday-Friday 8 AM-4 PM | URL: www.peerstarllc.com | Hours: Monday-Friday 8AM-4PM | Target Group: Individuals 18+, all subcultures | Application Process: Referral Form/Phone Call | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals in the Pennsylvania criminal justice system suffering from mental illnesses and/or substance abuse disorders
    176. Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence 3605 Vartan Way Suite 101 Harrisburg, PA 17110
      Provides referrals for shelters and domestic violence service provider advocacy, advice and training Phone: (800) 932-4632 | URL: www.pcadv.org | Email: pdierkers@pcadv.org
    177. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Children's Health Helpline
      Early periodic screening, diagnosis and treatment, provides free health care program for kids, teens and young adults (birth through 20 years of age) on Medical Assistance. Phone: (800) 986-5437 | URL: http://www.helpinpa.state.pa.us/HelpInPA/
    178. Pennsylvania Hospital: Hall Mecer Community Behavioral Health Center 245 S 8th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. Phone: (215) 809-5226 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/hallmercer/
    179. Pennsylvania Hospital: Hall Mecer CRC 245 S 8th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Crisis response center serving south Philadelphia and center city Phone: (215) 829-5433 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/hallmercer/clinical_crisis.shtml
    180. Pennsylvania Mentor 450 Parkway Drive Suite 204 Broomall, PA 19008
      National network of local health and human services providers in 35 states offering an array of quality, community-based services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses, and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges, as well as their families; and to elders in need of support. Phone: 610-353-5332 | URL: www.thementornetwork.com
    181. Pennsylvania Recovery Organization: PRO ACT 444 N 3rd St Suite 307 Philadelphia, PA 10123
      Provides advocacy and information regarding mental health and drug and alcohol recovery; helps connect individuals to community resources. Phone: (215) 279-8694 | URL: www.proact.org | Email: sbrinda@councilsepa.org
    182. Pennsylvania Suicide & Crisis Hotlines
      Provides crisis counseling. Phone: (215) 686-4420 | URL: http://www.suicidehotlines.com/pennsylvania.html
    183. People for People: Project Restore 800 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 235-2340 | URL: http://www.peopleforpeople.org/pfp-project-restore.html | Email: wivery@peopleforpeople.org
    184. Peter's Place 150 N Radnor-Chester Rd Suite F-130 Radnor, PA 19087
      Peter's Place offers a safe, private setting for grieving children and families to get help with the healing process. Children, teens, and parents meet every other week in free peer support groups, which are led by experienced professionals and trained volunteers. Phone: 610-687-5150 | URL: http://www.petersplaceonline.org/
    185. Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN) 2700 North 17th Street Lehigh Pavilion, Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      PAAN provides community safety through direct services that impact upon the drug and violence problems that plague neighborhoods and develops positive alternatives for youth. Responds to crisis situations, conducts conflict resolution sessions, provides education and training programs, and responds to hotline calls. Phone: (215) 940-0550 | URL: http://www.paan1989.org// | Email: communications@paan1989.org
    186. Philadelphia Coalition of Community Behavioral Health 1218 Chestnut St Suite 705 Philadelphia, PA 19107 1218 Chestnut St Suite 705 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Philadelphia Coalition is a membership organization made up of the eleven Community Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Centers that serve Philadelphia. As such, we are committed to strengthening both our member agencies and the Philadelphia Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability System by disseminating information, providing educational opportunities, providing input into public policy and by providing a variety of other supports that enhance the overall quality of services that are provided to Philadelphia's individuals and families who seek assistance. Phone: (215) 238-6092 | Email: pccmhmr@ot.com
    187. Philadelphia Consultation Center 313 South 16th Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides counseling and therapy services Phone: 215-732-8244 | URL: www.pcctherapy.com | Email: info@pcctherapy.com
    188. Philadelphia Corporation for Aging 642 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The mission of Philadelphia Corporation for Aging is to improve the quality of life for older Philadelphians or people with disabilities and to assist them in achieving their maximum level of health, independence and productivity. Special consideration is given to those with the greatest social, economic, and health needs. Phone: (215) 765-9040 | URL: http://www.pcacares.org/ | Email: info@pcaphl.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5
    189. Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS) 1101 Market Street 8th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      DBHIDS components provide services through a network of agencies while collaborating with the Philadelphia School District, child welfare and judicial systems, and other stakeholders. Phone: (888) 545-2600 | URL: http://dbhids.org/
    190. Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS): Friends Connection 520 Delaware Ave 4th Floor, Suite B Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Proves peer support and social outings for clients with co-occurring mental disorders and drug/alcohol problems. Phone: (215) 923-8042 | URL: http://dbhids.org/friends-connection/
    191. Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health: Intellectual disAbilities Services: Specialized Clinical & Criminal Justice Unit 1101 Market Street 7th floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 685-5400 Phone: (215) 685-4983 | URL: http://dbhids.org/margaret-a-minehart-m-d/
    192. Philadelphia Mental Health Clinic 1235 Pine St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Offers outpatient mental health and counseling services. Phone: (215) 735-9379 | URL: http://www.pmhccares.org/
    193. Philadelphia Vet Center: Northeast 101 E Olney Avenue Suite C-7 Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Vet Centers provide individual, group and family counseling to all veterans who served in any combat zone. Services are also available for their family members. Veterans have earned these benefits through their combat service and all are provided at no cost to the veteran or family Phone: (215) 924-4670 | Email: www.va.gov/directory/guide | Hours: 8-430 M-F
    194. Philadelphia Veterans Center 801 Arch St Suite 502 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides intensive outpatient for honorably discharged veterans and outpatient facilities. Normal working hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends. Phone: (215) 627-0238 Phone: (877) 927-8387 | URL: http://www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?id=590 | Hours: M-F 8-430 RegOffice7a-7p
    195. Pink and Blues Philadelphia 330 S 13th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      A group for bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals dealing with mental illness. Meets Wednesdays 7pm-9pm in the Blue Room at the Church of St. Luke and the Epiphany. Doors open at 6:30, please arrive no later than 7:15. Phone: (215) 546-0300 | Email: mark.davis@phila.gov
    196. Postpartum Stress Center 1062 Lancaster Ave Suite 2 Rosemount, PA 19010
      A premier treatment and professional training center for prenatal and postpartum depression & anxiety. In addition to this area of expertise, we offer a full range of general counseling services to individuals or couples seeking support. Phone: 610-525-7527 | URL: http://postpartumstress.com/
    197. Presbyterian Hospital Double Trouble Group 51 North 39th Street Powelton Conf. Rm., 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. | Hours: Fridays @ 7:00pm.
    198. Prison Ministry 2800 West Cheltenham Ave Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Provides counseling for returning veterans. Phone: (215) 276-7200 | Email: *This is ENON Tabernacle Chuch
    199. PRO-ACT (Pennsylvania Recovery OrganizaliollMAchieving Community Together)
      A support group of volunteers advocating for the recovery community, their families, and for those still sufTering from the disease of addiction. Call to enroll in the family program, which is offered in convenient locations through Delaware County. Phone: 800-221-6333 | URL: www.proact.org
    200. Project HOME: Stephen Klein Wellness Center 2144 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The Stephen Klein Wellness Center provides primary medical care, including pre-natal and pediatric; Behavioral Health Care; Dental Care; In-house Pharmacy; Referrals to specialty care; Phlebotomy (blood draws); Physical Therapy; Health Insurance applications; Wellness Classes (nutrition/cooking, exercise); YMCA-operated fitness facility; Legal Clinic; Emergency Food Pantry; Shower for clients and patients Phone: 215-320-6187 | URL: www.projecthome.org/skwc | Interpreters, ASL | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm; Tuesdays to 7:00pm | Target Group: People experiencing homelessness, people who are low-income, no geographic restrictions | Application Process: Next-day and same-day appointments available | Transportation: Across from the King Recreation Center; near the 3, 61, and 33 bus lines
    201. Project Phoenix
      Project Phoenix was developed to raise and increase public awareness about the complex issues of prostitution and human trafficking and, more importantly, to provide support, information and education to women involved in prostitution and to those who work with and care about them. Phone: (484) 888-4721 | URL: http://www.projectphoenixwebsite.com/ | Email: projectphoenix_inc@hotmail.com
    202. Project Reach
      A free crisis management service for Delaware County residents. Staff are trained to assist in mental health emergencies, family and school-based emergencies. Phone consultations and onsite assessments provided. Phone: 610-352-4703 Emergency Beeper 610-515-6726
    203. Project Re:wrap 7500 Germantown Ave Eagle II Suite 301 Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Provides anger management counseling. Phone: (215) 242-2235
    204. Public Health Management Corporation: Bridge Intensive Prevention Services (BIPS) 4115 Lancaster Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The Bridge offers home-based case management services for youth struggling with truancy and academic problems, including individual and family counseling and resources. Phone: (267) 350-7636 | URL: http://www.phmc.org/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=629:helping-philadelphia-students-stay-on-track&catid=65:public-health-directions-summerfall-2011&Itemid=1628 | Email: swood@phmc.org
    205. Quality Progressions 1339 Chestnut Street Suite 700 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides supports coordination services to help individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families obtain resources within their community, enabling them to lead full and meaningful lives. Phone: (267) 765-2000 | URL: www.qualityprogressions.org
    206. Reading Specialists Offender Treatment Services (RSOTS) (Formerly Pennsylvania Forensics) 220 N 5th Street Reading, PA 19601
      RSOTS provides a full continuum of offender treatment services to adolescents and adults. Phone: (610) 372-7960 | URL: http://www.rsots.com/index.html | Email: GeneralMailbox@RSOTS.com
    207. Reconstruction Incorporated 1808 W Tioga St Philadelphia, PA 19140 PO Box 7691 Philadelphia, PA 19101
      The Alumni Ex-Offender Association (A.E.A.) is a program created and facilitated by formerly incarcerated individuals. The goal is to foster a sane and sober community of leaders by providing progressive support groups, anger management, family crisis intervention and community organized training. Phone: 215-223-8180 | URL: http://www.reconstructioninc.org | Email: rec2ffl@aol.com | Email: hakim002@aol.com
    208. Recovery, Inc.
      A self-help program to help manage problems such as anger, anxiety, fears, depression, compulsions, obsessions and phobias. Meetings in Delaware County. Phone: 215-332-0722
    209. Re-entry One Stop Satellite Center 1952 E Allegheny Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      A reentry service that provides assistance for former inmates regarding education, housing, paternity testing, legal services, and more Phone: (215) 423-2944 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/reentry/onestop.html | Email: *THIS IS IMPACT SERVICES
    210. Rehab After Work 9815 Roosevelt Blvd Suite B Philadelphia, PA 19114
      SA and MH treatment. Private insurance only. No medical assistance accepted. Ion services. Night groups available. Phone: (215) 342-4400 | URL: http://www.rehabafterwork.com/index.html | Email: info@rehabafterwork.com | Hours: 9AM to 10PM
    211. Religious Society of Friends/Quakers: PA Alternatives to Violence Project 2001 North Norris Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      PA Alternatives to Violence Project sponsors workshop courses in non-violent conflict resolution. Phone: (215) 763-6409
    212. Renfrew Center 475 Spring Lane Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Residential, transitional living. and outpatient treatment program for women and adolescents. Phone: 800-736-3739 Phone: 877-367-3383 | URL: www.renfrew.org
    213. Resource for Family Development: Family House Now 1020 North 48th Street Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Family House NOW is a long-term residential treatment facility for women experiencing mental illness and chemical dependence, and their children. Special components address drug/alcohol addiction, mental illness, life skills, and parenting skills, as well as prevention and intervention for the children. Family House NOW is one of only a few programs nationwide that works with mother and child in a residential treatment setting. Phone: (215) 878-8616 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=50 | Email: fhn-phila@rhd.org | Hours: 24hrs
    214. Resources for Human Development RHD: Mainstay Community Services 3500 Scotts Lane Building D, Mezzanine Floor Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Supervised community-based residential program designed to provide a range of established and innovative rehabilitation strategies for adults with developmental disabilities and problematic sexual behaviors who are in need of clinical/forensic treatment. The program focuses on community and personal safety, accountability, competence, least restrictive alternative, normalization, due process and control. Phone: (215) 438-6379 | Email: theresah@rhd.org
    215. Resources for Human Development (RHD): Wister Street 326 E Wister Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Wister Street provides a therapeutic residential environment for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness who have some history of forensic involvement. The transitional program helps people learn social, emotional, behavioral, and life skills to facilitate independence, enabling them to move on to a permanent living situation. Phone: (215) 438-9082 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=183 | Email: wisterst@rhd.org
    216. Resources for Human Development (RHD): Womanspace Philadelphia 6400 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Womanspace Philadelphia is involved in the Mayor's homelessness initiative project and serves as the only female residential treatment program for dually diagnosed, chronically homeless women. Special components address drug/alcohol addiction, mental illness recovery, life skills, and parenting skills. Individual and group therapy is provided in an intimate home-like setting, with the ultimate objective being reintegration. Phone: (215) 844-2400 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=185 | Email: womanspace-phila@rhd.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    217. Resources for Human Development: Womanspace Philadelphia 6400 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Individual/group therapy, relapse prevention, criminal justice counseling, life skills training, parenting training, stress management, mental health/nutrition education, and aftercare planning/placement. Services provided for women over 18 who are homeless Philadelphia residents involved with the Philadelphia criminal justice system. Phone: (215) 844-2400 | Email: jury@rhd.org, robert.fishman@rhd.org, stan@RHD.ORG
    218. Runaway Hotline
      Runaway Hotline Phone: 800-621-4000
    219. Senior Victim Services 20 S Olive St Suite 303 Media, PA 19063
      Free service that assists senior (55 years of age and older) victims of crime through home visits; accompaniment to judicial proceedings and related medical appointments; assistance filing compensation claims; and public education programs. Phone: 610-627-2292
    220. Service Access Management (SAM), Inc.
      Provides mental health resources. | URL: http://www.sam-inc.org/service-access-management.php?id_pag=14
    221. Social Security Administration 1500 JFK Blvd 2 Penn Center STE 2000B Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Social Security delivers a broad range of services online at socialsecurity.gov and through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, teleservice centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and our State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services. A link to the application for obtaining a social security card is included as well. Phone: 800-772-1213 TTY 800-325-0778 | URL: www.ssa.gov | URL: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/forms/ss-5.pdf
    222. Social Work Consultation Services (SWCS)
      Provides free services to residents of Chester and surrounding areas in the home or in their offices located al Community Hospital. They offer family programs, counseling, and information and referral services. Phone: 610-859-6047 | URL: www.swcs.ccf.org
    223. South East Regional Mental Health Services Resource Guide
      Provides mental health resources. | URL: http://fivecountymh.org/docs/Regional%20Guide.pdf | Email: regional.mh@verizon.net
    224. Southwest Counseling Center 6408 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19142
      Offers psychiatric and psychological assessments, as well as outpatient intervention and treatment services to individuals, couples and family services are only offered to adults ages 19 and up. Phone: (215) 727-4420 | URL: http://dbhids.org/community-mental-health-centers
    225. Southwest Nu-Stop Inc 1609 W Poplar St Philadelphia, PA 19130 5616 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19142
      Southwest Nu-Stop, Inc. has been providing outpatient treatment service since 1995. Within that time of providing services we have developed an extensive referral network and relationship with the county based services units. Phone: (215) 787-9600 Phone: (215) 729-2014 | URL: http://www.swnustop.com/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    226. SPAN (Suicide Prevention Awareness Network)
      Dedicated to preventing suicide through public education, awareness, community action, federal, state and local advocacy. | URL: www.spanusa.org
    227. Spin, Inc. 10501 Drummond Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Human service organization dedicated to providing quality services and a life of possibilities for children and adults with and without disabilities and their families in the community. Phone: 215.613.1000 | URL: www.spininc.org | Email: spin@spininc.org
    228. Springfield Psychological
      Provides parenting skills training and family counseling. Phone: 610-544-2110 | URL: www.springfieldpsychological.com | Email: info@springpsych.com
    229. Step-By-Step 67 Long Lane Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Provides support to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, behavioral health and autism spectrum. Phone: (610) 352-7837 | URL: www.stepbystepusa.com
    230. St. John's Community Services 520 North Delaware Avenue Suite 301 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides community-based services to people with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities, including employment service. Phone: 215-451-5053 | URL: www.SJCS.org | Email: clandnis@sjcs.og
    231. Supportive Behavioral Resources 1915 Welsh Road Philadelphia, PA 19115
      Provides individualized supports to individuals with disabilities and their families. Phone: 215-333-2280 | URL: www.supportivebehavior.com | Email: info@supportivebehavior.com
    232. Supportive Child/Adult Network 324 S 34th St Children?s Hospital Nursing Education Building Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides parents or caregivers with counseling once reuniting with their families after incarceration. Phone: (215) 590-1504 | Email: ksmith@scanpa.org
    233. Survivors of Suicide (SOS)
      Provides support to those who have lost a family member, loved one, or friend to suicide. Phone: 215-545-2242 | URL: http://www.sosphilly.org/
    234. Tabor Children's Services 57 East Armat Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides services that ensure the safety of children, youth, adults and families; enhance the development of children and youth; secure the children's right to permanent families; foster the integrity of the family; and promote the mental health and improved functioning of children and adults seeking stability and independence. Phone: 215.842.4800 Phone: 800.220-3449 | URL: www.tabor.org
    235. TAIG 4700 Wissahickon Ave Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      TAIG has enabled people with disabilities to live successful, fulfilling lives in the communities and neighborhoods of Philadelphia. TAIG cares for individuals with mental retardation, mental illness, addictions, and various co-occurring conditions. Phone: (215) 320-2040 | URL: http://www.taiginc.org/index.php
    236. Taylor Hospice
      Our dedicated team of nurses, doctors, counselors, therapists, chaplain and volunteers use their experience and expertise to provide a full range of family-centered services that enhance comfort and improve the quality of life for both the patient and their loved ones. Phone: 610-521-5822 | URL: http://www.taylorhospice.org/
    237. Teen Helpline
      Free telephone support for teens after school hours. Phone: 610-351-TEEN
    238. The Association For Independent Growth/NHS Human Services 620 E Germantown Pike Lafayette Hill, PA 19144
      NHS provides solutions to support the unique needs of the individuals they serve through services including addictive services, autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental health and juvenile justice. Phone: 888-647-0020 | URL: www.nhsonline.org | Email: easternregion@nhsonline.org
    239. The Center for Autistic Children 3695 Conshohocken Ave Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The Center for Autism is the oldest specialized autism treatment and evaluation center in the nation. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families. Phone: (215) 878-3400 | URL: http://www.thecenterforautism.org/ | Email: info@thecenterforautism.org
    240. The Center for Returning Citizens 1501 Cherry Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Center for Returning Citizens exists to help persons who are returning to society to establish themselves and move forward in a positive manner. Programs/Services Offered 1) Job Development 2) Transitional Housing a. Requires job/income, proof of insurance, complete application. 3) Summer Services: a. Counseling b. Workshops i. Take place at Germantown Location 4) Computer Assistance/Literacy 5) Interview Preparation Required Documents: (if available) Photo I.D. and most recent resume. This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prison Society Center City Office (267)519-5334 | URL: http://www.tcrcphilly.org/default.html | Email: info@tcrcphilly.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-3:00pm | Target Group: Returning Citizens | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Cannot Serve sex offenders
    241. The Institute of PA Hospital Double Trouble Group 111 N 49th St Presidents Conference Room Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. Thursdays @ 8:00pm.
    242. The Pathway School 162 Egypt Road Jeffersonville, PA 19403
      Private school that serves students with neurological impairment, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, psychological disorders, and serious emotional disturbance. Phone: 610-277-0660 | URL: www.pathwayschool.org | Email: info@pathwayschool.org
    243. The Ridge Shelter Double Trouble Group 1116 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 7:00pm.
    244. 18th Street Development 1815 South 18th Street Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Designed to support needs of relatives who have assumed the role of the caregiver for children under 18 who have been orphaned, abused, abandoned or neglected by their biological parents. Phone: (215) 271-0052
    245. Transitions Today 7600 Stenton Ave Suite 1-J Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Offers outpatient mental health and counseling services. Phone: (215) 242-0341
    246. Tree of Life 7040 - 7048 Castor Ave Philadelphia, PA 19149
      Provides Outpatient psychiatric and psychotherapy services to a multilingual/multicultural population in the Northeast Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 533-5433 | URL: http://treeoflifeclinic.net/ | Email: victor.vidal@treeoflifeclinic.net | Email: ada.tuleja@treeoflifeclinic.net | Hours: 8-8 M-F Sat 8-5 ClosedSun
    247. Turning Points for Children 415 South 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides innovative programs that nurture families with children who are struggling against difficult economic and environmental odds. The approach includes after-school family programs, teen parent education, and assistance to relative caregivers and in-home services for vulnerable children who may be in imminent risk of child abuse or neglect. Phone: (215) 875-4955 | URL: http://www.turningpointsforchildren.org/ | Email: info@turningpointsforchildren.org
    248. United Cerebral Palsy Association Of Philadelphia & Vicinity 102 East Mermaid Lane Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Offers programs and services to adults and children with disabilities including: community social services and residential services. Phone: 215.242.4200 | URL: www.ucpphila.org | Email: info@ucpphila.org
    249. Universal Health Services 367 South Gulph Road King of Prussia, PA 19406
      Provides mental and behavioral health facilities in the Philadelphia area. Phone: 610-768-3300 | URL: www.uhsinc.com
    250. Volunteers Of America Delaware Valley 235 White Horse Pike Collingswood, NJ 08107
      Provides community-based assistance to populations in need so that they can lead self-fulfilled, independent lives. Services include: addiction treatment programs, community housiing and supportive services, re-entry services and behavioral health programs Phone: (856) 854-4660 | URL: www.voa.org | Email: info@voadv.org
    251. Walker Center At Bancroft 450 Park Way Suite 106 Broomall, PA 19008
      Operates seven group homes in suburban Philadelphia, and provides a variety of others services including respite and in-home support for people with autism and other intellectual or developmental disabilities. Phone: (610) 747-0290 | URL: www.bancroft.org
    252. WAR (Women Against Rape)
      WAR provides accompaniment services to the hospital, police station, court proceedings, or counseling services. Phone: 610-566-4342
    253. Wedge Recovery Center 6701 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Will only take clients for anger counseling if there is an underlying substance abuse problem. Phone: (215) 276-3922 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/ | Email: RVillagran@WedgePC.com
    254. WES Health Systems (Dr. Warren E. Smith Health Centers) 1315 Windrim Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Various facilities throughout Philadelphia to assist those with behavioral health, substance abuse, and mental retardation issues. Some services are for women only. Phone: (215) 456-2644 | URL: http://www.drwes.org/philadelphia.aspx | Email: moreinfo@drwes.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    255. Widener University Community Counseling Center
      Provides wide range of psychological and counseling services including educational assessment, psychological testing, individual therapy for children and adults, couples and family therapy, substance abuse counseling, and sports psychology. Fees for services are based on a sliding scale. Call for infomlation or an appointment. Closed mid-June through early August. Phone: 610-499-1261
    256. Widener University Social Work Counseling Services
      The Center for Social Work and Psychological Services offers Families Together Program and provides free individual and family counseling, and educational testing for school children. Educational and psychologicaJ testing for individuals of all ages is also available. Phone: 610-859-6047 | URL: www.socialworkcounselingservices.org | URL: http://onlineprograms.widener.edu/msw/masters-of-social-work
    257. Women, Infants & Children program (WIC)
      Provides supplemental foods and nutrition education to pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants, and young children up to age 5. Springfield Office 610-328-7930 Chester Office 610-497-7660 Darby Office 610-352-7925
    258. Women, Infants & Children (WIC) at West Philadelphia 4148 Lancaster Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women, mothers, infants and children under the age of 5. Phone: (215) 662-0119 | URL: http://www.pcom.edu/general_information/Community_Healthcare_Centers_/Lancaster_Avenue_Center_/Lancaster_Avenue_Cen.html | Email: info@pcom.edu
    259. Women In Transition (WIT) 21 South 12th Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Women In Transition (WIT) provides empowerment counseling, referrals and advocacy to women in Philadelphia who are endangered by domestic violence and/or substance abuse. Phone: (215) 564-5301 | URL: http://www.helpwomen.org/wp/ | Email: witinfo@helpwomen.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 -5
    260. Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR) 1617 JFK Blvd 1 Penn Center, Suite 1100 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Women Organized Against Rape is a non-profit organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania whose mission is to eliminate all forms of sexual violence through specialized treatment services, comprehensive prevention education programs, and advocacy for the rights of victims of sexual assault. Provides free counseling for women, men and children who have experienced sexual violence. Please explore their website to learn more about sexual violence and the array of services that WOAR can provide to survivors, family members and the community. Phone: (215) 985-3333 | URL: http://www.woar.org/ | Email: info@woar.org
    261. Women's Resource Center 113 W Wayne Ave Wayne, PA 19087
      Services include: Information & Referral, Legal Services, Counseling, Career Services, Girls' Leadership, Parenting Support, Women Veterans Initiative Phone: 610-687-6391 | URL: http://womensresourcecenter.net/
    262. Wordsworth Academy 3905 Ford Road Philadelphia, PA 19131 2101 Pennsylvania Avenue Fort Washington, PA 19034
      Provides a continuum of education, behavioral health treatment and child welfare services to children, adolescents and families. Services include: Residential Treatment Program, special education programs, and a number of programs that are provided in homes, schools and the community. Phone: 215-643-5400 Phone: 800-769-0088 | URL: www.wordsworth.org | Email: info@wordsworth.org
  3. Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse

    1. Asociacion de Puertoquenos MedicalClinic 3263 North Front St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      APM maintains three behavioral health clinics delivering professional, culturally sensitive treatment and prevention services to more than 2,000 City residents without geographic restriction. All services offer bilingual diagnoses and treatment for their community's mental health issues. All APM Mental Health Clinics provide the following specific services: Individual Therapy Family and Group Therapy Psychiatric Evaluations Psychiatric Intervention Medication Monitoring Anger Management Couples Counseling Phone: (215) 426-1077 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org/mentalhealth.html | Email: info@apmphila.org
    2. Assessment & Treatment Alternatives: TAP Program 1241 Vine Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Assessment & Treatment Alternatives (ATA) is a non-profit, Forensic Mental Health Clinic. ATA specializes in the assessment and treatment formulation for children, adolescents and adults with severe emotional and behavioral problems who are involved in the legal system. Provides a range of forensic mental health services in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. their staff include psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and case managers. Intensive and ongoing education, training and supervision for their staff, insure patients have access to the most experienced clinicians. Phone: (215) 405-2100 | URL: http://atainc.org/services/tap.html | Email: wrussell@forensiceval.org | Hours: M-F 8am-5pm
    3. Childline
      Child abuse reporting. Phone: 800-932-0313 TDD 866-872-1677
    4. Children and Youth Services (CYS) 20 S 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082 531 Penn Street Chester, PA 19013
      CYS investigates all allegations of child abuse and neglect, as mandated by state law. Provides a wide range of services to abused and neglected children from birth to age 18, and their families as well as services to adolescents who are at severe risk due to their behavior or that of their parent. Phone: 610-713-2000 Phone: 610-447-1000 Phone: 610-891-5258 | URL: www.co.delaware.pa.uslhumanserviceslchildyouth.html
    5. CHOICE 1233 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107 PO Box 40835 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides: children and family services, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol treatment, education, health information, re-entry services, and reproductive health information. Phone: (215) 985-3356 x 124 | Email: info@choice-phila.org
    6. CHOICE Hotline 1500 Walnut Street Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      CHOICE is a community-based organization dedicated to increasing awareness of and access to reproductive, sexual, and maternal/child health services. Phone: (215) 985-3300 | Email: info@choice-phila.org | Hours: M-Thr 830-730 Fri-830-5
    7. Circle of Hope Men's Group: for male survivors of sexual trauma
      The Circle of Hope Men's Group offers: - a safe, confidential place to be honest, be heard, and experience acceptance - a chance to grow in the ability to be compassionately present to ourselves and others; - an opportunity to share your story and write, together, a new chapter of life. This group is currently to new members. Phone: 215.546.8333 x 25 | Email: jparadis@casciacenter.org
    8. COMHAR (formerly Community Organization for Mental Health and Retardation) 100 West Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides a wide variety of programs for individuals and families affected by mental health or intellectual disability issues. Phone: (215) 203-3000 | URL: http://comhar.org/ | Hours: Mon-Thr 830-5 Fri 9-5
    9. Countv Office of Services for the Aging (COSA) 206 Eddystone Ave 2nd Floor Eddystone, PA 19022
      Provides community information, in-home, and volunteer services for older adults including the GATEWAY program-(Giving Assessment, Treatment, and Empowerment in the Aging Years), which targets adults 60 and up with behavioral health issues and connects them to appropriate resources. Phone: 610-490-1300 After business hours 610-622-9284 | URL: www.delcosa.org
    10. Dawn's Place PO Box 48253 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Dawn's Place works to improve the lives of women who have been trafficked, prostituted or pimped. Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE) or Sex Trafficking is a form of modern day slavery. Help stop Human Trafficking Phone: (215) 849-2396 | URL: http://ahomefordawn.org/ | Email: info@ahomefordawn.org
    11. Domestic Abuse Project 14 West 2nd Street Media, PA 19013 2600 W 9th Street Chester, PA 19013
      Provides immediate crisis intervention, information, support, referrals, emergency, and advocacy in filing for temporary Protection From Abuse (PFA) orders and representation for clients at penn anent PFA hearings. Offers accompaniment and advocacy for victims involved in criminal proceedings against their abusers. Provides shelter to adults and their dependent children at imminent risk of physical abuse. Transitional housing program offers longer-term subsidized housing and intensive case management. Short and long-term supportive/educational counseling. 24 hour hotline: 610-565-4590 Phone: 610-565-6272 Phone: 610-497-6737 | URL: www.dapdc.org
    12. Eastern Delco Family Center 1515 Lansdowne Ave St. Bernard Hall, 2nd Floor Darby, PA 19023
      Social Services Organization Phone: 610-532-2811
    13. Family Support Line 100 West 6th Street Media, PA 19063
      Provides free therapy groups for children and adolescent victims of sexual abuse. Also provides parents therapy group and access to a therapy network. Phone: 610-891-5237 Phone: 610-891-5253 | URL: www.familysupportline.org
    14. Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) 100 S Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19110
      JJPI is a non-profit mental health agency providing outpatient assessment and treatment services in the area of sexual abuse. Phone: (215) 701-1560 | URL: http://jjp.org/ | Email: bzakireh@jjp.org
    15. Life Beyond Abuse
      Offers support and treatment to all members of the cycle of abuse. Programs include individual counseling, moderated support groups and assistance to victims involved in custody and visitation issues. Phone: 610-565-3399
    16. Lutheran Settlement House: Frankford Ave. 1340 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Provides domestic and sexual violence education services. The Pathways to Employment Program offers individualized job search assistance including resume review, interview preparation, and online applications, connections to PA Careerlink Services, Job readiness workshops, and Customer Service training for certification. Email: pep@lutheransettlement.org. The Adult Literacy & Lifelong Learning Program offers individual and small-group tutoring in preparation for the GED, HiSET, or to meet other career or education-related goals. Email: literacy@lutheransettlement.org. Phone: (215) 426-8610, ext. 235 Pathways to Employment Program 215-426-8610 x2006 Adult Literacy & Lifelong Learning Program 215-426-8610 x1242 | URL: www.lutheransettlement.org | Email: info@lutheransettlement.org
    17. Menergy 7500 Germantown Avenue New Covenant Campus-Elders Hall - Suites Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Evaluation of risk and abuse need not include physical violence to be considered for treatment. Phone: (215) 242-2235 | URL: http://www.menergy.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    18. Men's Resource Center 1601 Walnut Street Suite 1017 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Men's Resource Center of Philadelphia is dedicated to helping men discover, develop, and celebrate their humanity. We seek to free men of the rigid male training that erodes their lives and relationships. Their goal is to help men redefine and revisit their roles so they can experience full humanity and establish respectful lives. Phone: (215) 564-0488 | URL: http://www.themensresourcecenter.org/ | Email: MRCphiladelphia@gmail.com | Hours: 8:30 every day
    19. Mothers In Charge 1415 N Broad Street Suite 229 Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Mothers In Charge is a violence prevention organization providing education, and intervention for youth, young adults, families, and communities. The organization provides services, and support to families affected by violence. Mothers In Charge also provides programs in correctional facilities, and after care support services to those citizens returning to their communities. Phone: 215-228-1718 , Mon-Fri 9am-7pm | URL: www.mothersincharge.org | Email: momsforpeace@aol.com | English | Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-7:00pm | Target Group: Youth-Young Adults & Families | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: N/A | Service Wait: No
    20. National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women 125 South 9th Street Suite 302 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Assists defense teams working on cases that involve victims of battering who have been charged with crimes related to their abuse. Does not provide direct legal representation or social services. Accepts collect calls 215/351-0010 Toll free 1-800-903-0111 ext. 3 | URL: www.ncdbw.org
    21. Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence 3605 Vartan Way Suite 101 Harrisburg, PA 17110
      Provides referrals for shelters and domestic violence service provider advocacy, advice and training Phone: (800) 932-4632 | URL: www.pcadv.org | Email: pdierkers@pcadv.org
    22. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Children's Health Helpline
      Early periodic screening, diagnosis and treatment, provides free health care program for kids, teens and young adults (birth through 20 years of age) on Medical Assistance. Phone: (800) 986-5437 | URL: http://www.helpinpa.state.pa.us/HelpInPA/
    23. Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN) 2700 North 17th Street Lehigh Pavilion, Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      PAAN provides community safety through direct services that impact upon the drug and violence problems that plague neighborhoods and develops positive alternatives for youth. Responds to crisis situations, conducts conflict resolution sessions, provides education and training programs, and responds to hotline calls. Phone: (215) 940-0550 | URL: http://www.paan1989.org// | Email: communications@paan1989.org
    24. Project Phoenix
      Project Phoenix was developed to raise and increase public awareness about the complex issues of prostitution and human trafficking and, more importantly, to provide support, information and education to women involved in prostitution and to those who work with and care about them. Phone: (484) 888-4721 | URL: http://www.projectphoenixwebsite.com/ | Email: projectphoenix_inc@hotmail.com
    25. Project Re:wrap 7500 Germantown Ave Eagle II Suite 301 Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Provides anger management counseling. Phone: (215) 242-2235
    26. Reconstruction Incorporated 1808 W Tioga St Philadelphia, PA 19140 PO Box 7691 Philadelphia, PA 19101
      The Alumni Ex-Offender Association (A.E.A.) is a program created and facilitated by formerly incarcerated individuals. The goal is to foster a sane and sober community of leaders by providing progressive support groups, anger management, family crisis intervention and community organized training. Phone: 215-223-8180 | URL: http://www.reconstructioninc.org | Email: rec2ffl@aol.com | Email: hakim002@aol.com
    27. Recovery, Inc.
      A self-help program to help manage problems such as anger, anxiety, fears, depression, compulsions, obsessions and phobias. Meetings in Delaware County. Phone: 215-332-0722
    28. Religious Society of Friends/Quakers: PA Alternatives to Violence Project 2001 North Norris Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      PA Alternatives to Violence Project sponsors workshop courses in non-violent conflict resolution. Phone: (215) 763-6409
    29. Senior Victim Services 20 S Olive St Suite 303 Media, PA 19063
      Free service that assists senior (55 years of age and older) victims of crime through home visits; accompaniment to judicial proceedings and related medical appointments; assistance filing compensation claims; and public education programs. Phone: 610-627-2292
    30. The Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline
      The Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline (1-866-723-3014) is a free 24-hour resource for individuals with questions or concerns about domestic violence. Counselors trained in domestic violence provide anonymous and confidential support, including crisis counseling, safety planning, referrals to appropriate community resources, and admission to Women Against Abuse's safe haven. Women Against Abuse leads operations for the hotline, which is also run by Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Lutheran Settlement House, and Women in Transition. The Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline 866-723-3014 , 24/7 | Bilingual counselors are available
    31. WAR (Women Against Rape)
      WAR provides accompaniment services to the hospital, police station, court proceedings, or counseling services. Phone: 610-566-4342
    32. Wedge Recovery Center 6701 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Will only take clients for anger counseling if there is an underlying substance abuse problem. Phone: (215) 276-3922 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/ | Email: RVillagran@WedgePC.com
    33. Women Against Abuse
      Founded in 1976, Women Against Abuse, Inc. is the leading domestic violence advocate and service provider in Philadelphia. Since its origin as a part-time domestic violence crisis hotline based in a women's center, Women Against Abuse has grown to provide comprehensive services to thousands of abused individuals. Women Against Abuse serves 15,000 individuals each year through emergency safe haven, transitional housing, community-based supportive services, behavioral therapy, legal services, hotline counseling, community education and advocacy. The mission of Women Against Abuse is to provide quality, compassionate, and nonjudgmental services in a manner that fosters self-respect and independence in persons experiencing intimate partner violence and to lead the struggle to end domestic violence through advocacy and community education. Administrative Office 215-386-1280 , M-F 9:00-5:00 Legal Center 215-686-7082 Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline 866-723-3014 , 24/7 | URL: www.womenagainstabuse.org | Spanish | Language Line | We have an ASL partner
    34. Women In Transition (WIT) 21 South 12th Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Women In Transition (WIT) provides empowerment counseling, referrals and advocacy to women in Philadelphia who are endangered by domestic violence and/or substance abuse. Phone: (215) 564-5301 | URL: http://www.helpwomen.org/wp/ | Email: witinfo@helpwomen.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 -5
    35. Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR) 1617 JFK Blvd 1 Penn Center, Suite 1100 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Women Organized Against Rape is a non-profit organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania whose mission is to eliminate all forms of sexual violence through specialized treatment services, comprehensive prevention education programs, and advocacy for the rights of victims of sexual assault. Provides free counseling for women, men and children who have experienced sexual violence. Please explore their website to learn more about sexual violence and the array of services that WOAR can provide to survivors, family members and the community. Phone: (215) 985-3333 | URL: http://www.woar.org/ | Email: info@woar.org
  4. Education

    1. Access to Alternative Services (AAS)
      Hotline for access to mental health residential services. Phone: (215) 546-0300(ext. 3317) | URL: http://dbhids.org/coordinated-consumer-services
    2. ACHIEVEAbility 21 South 61st Street Philadelphia, PA 19139 35 N 60th Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Helps low income, single parent, formerly homeless families achieve long-term self-sufficiency. Programs and Services offered: 1) Family Services Sufficiency Program, enabling homeless, single parent families to further their education to the post secondary level. 2) Community Referral services 3) Utility Assistance, for households with gas and water shut off notices 4) Security Deposit/Rent Assistance for households with eviction notices 5) Tax Preparation 6) Spring Youth Activities for children ages 7-17 Phone: (215) 748-8800 | URL: www.achieveability.org | Email: info@achieveability.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5 | Target Group: Varies, depending on program | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Must meet certain grant tiers, be willing to go to school, pass tests, and be eligible for financial aid for the Self Sufficiency Progam.
    3. Achievement Independence Center
      Attaining gainful employment through job preparation skills and hands-on training. Finding safe and affordable housing through housing assistance services. Reaching high levels of education through linkages and support for high school diploma or GED and enrollment assistance for post-secondary education. Enhancing life skills for the future through Independent Living Skills Training. Reducing incidence of teen pregnancy through specially designed prevention services aimed at high-risk populations. Phone: 215-574-9194 | URL: http://dhs.phila.gov/intranet/pgintrahome_pub.nsf/Content/Adoption+-+AIC | Target Group: Youth 16-21 | Eligibility Requirements: Be between 16 and 21 years old; Be in or have been in out-of-home placement at or after age 16; and Have been adjudicated dependent OR dependent and delinquent with shared case management responsibility between DHS and the juvenile probation office.
    4. Action AIDS I 1216 Arch St 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Action AIDS, a Philadelphia-based organization works in partnership with people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, to sustain and enhance their quality of life. Provides a range of direct services and take an active and professional approach to leadership in service, education and advocacy. Phone: (215) 981-0088 | URL: http://actionaids.org/
    5. Action AIDS II 1026 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides HIV testing, case management, housing support, information and referral. HIVTest Type: Free and Confidential (Oral Rapid Test) Phone: 267-940-5515 | URL: actionaids.org | Hours: Walk in hours: Mon 11am-1pm, Tues10am-12pm, Wed 1pm-4pm, Thurs 12-2pm
    6. Action AIDS: Prison Linkage Program 1216 Arch Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      ActionAIDS has maintained a presence in Philadelphia county jails to help people with HIV access medical care, social services and support. The keystone of the Prison Linkage Program (PLP) is about building relationships; with clients, prison health providers, criminal justice system, and community agencies. These relationships have been cultivated over the 18 years that ActionAIDS has been working in the Philadelphia county jails. Phone: (215) 981-3302 | URL: http://actionaids.org/services/case-management/prison-program
    7. Action AIDS: West Philadelphia 3901 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Action AIDS, a Philadelphia-based organization works in partnership with people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, to sustain and enhance their quality of life. Provides a range of direct services and take an active and professional approach to leadership in service, education and advocacy. Phone: (215) 387-6055 | URL: http://actionaids.org/
    8. Affordable Colleges Online 50 Washington Street Suite 100 Reno, NV 89503
      ACO creates in-depth resources that address topics, questions and concerns related to higher education with an eye on affordability and accreditation. Resources include comprehensive guidebooks, student interviews, user-friendly search tools, federal datasets and other materials created and vetted by experts in their fields. Phone: 650 209-8505 | URL: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/degrees/ | URL: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/ | Email: david@affordablecollegefoundation.org | Target Group: Adult Learners, Non-traditional Learners, Distance Learners | Fees: None
    9. Angel Tree 5241 Cottage St Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides children and family services. Phone: (215) 270-0828 | URL: http://www.prisonfellowship.org/programs/angel-tree/
    10. Anorexia-Bulimia Association Hotline
      Offers free hotline counseling, a national network of support groups, referrals to healthcare professionals, education and prevention programs. Phone: 847-831-3438 | URL: www.anad.org
    11. Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania 3937 Chestnut Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides children and family services including mentoring for children Phone: (267) 773-4100 | URL: http://www.bbbssepa.org/ | Email: Bigs@bbbssepa.org
    12. Books Through Bars 4722 Baltimore Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Books Through Bars' core program is distributing books and educational materials to individual prisoners in the Mid-Atlantic region, prison libraries across the country, and halfway houses throughout the greater Philadelphia area. They provide small packages of books to individual prisoners in the Mid-Atlantic region: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. The books are free, and they send them to anyone who asks, providing they are in the region they serve and the prison accepts books. Phone: 215-727-8170 | | URL: http://booksthroughbars.org/ | Email: info@booksthroughbars.org
    13. Cardinal Bevilacqua Community Center 2646 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      The Cardinal Bevilacqua Community Center at Visitation is committed to provide a safe place for community outreach, continuous education, and recreation among the diverse cultural communities of Kensington and its surrounding neighborhoods. Phone: (215) 426-9422 | URL: http://bevilacquacommunitycenter.org/ | Email: info@bevilacquacommunitycenter.org
    14. Center for Literacy 399 Market Street Suite 201 Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides literary services for Children, Teens and Adults in Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 474-1235 200 | URL: http://www.centerforliteracy.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    15. Chester County Community Resource Directory
      Provides a social services directory. | URL: http://www.referweb.net/chesco/Search.aspx
    16. Child Care Information Services (CCIS) 20 South 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Provides child care subsidies and serves children from birth to 13 years whose parents are employed and meet eligibility guidelines. Also, funding is available for teen parents to complete their high school education. Fees are based on family size and income. Phone: (610) 713-2115 | URL: http://www.dhs.state.pa.us/findfacilsandlocs/childcareinformationservices/index.htm
    17. CHOICE 1233 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107 PO Box 40835 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides: children and family services, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol treatment, education, health information, re-entry services, and reproductive health information. Phone: (215) 985-3356 x 124 | Email: info@choice-phila.org
    18. CHOICE Hotline 1500 Walnut Street Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      CHOICE is a community-based organization dedicated to increasing awareness of and access to reproductive, sexual, and maternal/child health services. Phone: (215) 985-3300 | Email: info@choice-phila.org | Hours: M-Thr 830-730 Fri-830-5
    19. City of Philadelphia: Office of Emergency Shelter and Services 1315 Cherry Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      OESS offers a network of shelters, boarding homes, and refers families, couples and single individuals to available housing resources. Services available to OESS clients include: Intake Services, Mental Health Services, Outreach Services, Emergency Shelter Services, Case Management Services, Adult Protective Services, State Emergency Food Distribution Program, Referrals to Housing Services, Emergency Response Services, Eviction Prevention Services, Transitional Housing Services, Shelter Plus Care, Permanent Housing Services. Phone: (215) 686-7104 | URL: www.phila.gov/services/emergency/index.html | Hours: Hours Vary at shelters
    20. Coalition Against Hunger 1725 Fairmount Ave Unit 102 Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides information/assistance for food stamps. Referral to nearest food bank. Phone: (215) 430-0555 | URL: http://www.hungercoalition.org/ | Email: info@hungercoalition.org | Hours: Mon -Fri 9-5
    21. Community College of Philadelphia 1700 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Community College of Philadelphia offers both GED classes and the GED test. For information about GED classes, please call (215) 751-8376. Candidates will hear a recorded message of class times and registration dates. To enroll in GED classes, candidates must come in to the Enrollment Service desk located on the ground floor of the Bonnell Building on the Main Campus. Classes are held at the Main Campus and Regional Centers. Phone: 215-751-8000 | URL: http://www.ccp.edu/site/prospective/assessment/ged.php | Hours: Mon-Thr 9-730 Fri 9-12pm
    22. Community Learning Center 2701 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      CLC provides free classes and support services to low-income adults seeking to change their lives through literacy. their goal is to help their students learn the skills they need to go to college, enter job training programs, and obtain sustainable employment. Phone: (215) 426-7940 | URL: http://www.communitylearningcenter.org/index.shtml | Email: information@communitylearningcenter.org
    23. Congresso de Latinos Unidos 216 W Somerset St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      All inclusive services with emphasis on helping the Latino Community. All services are fully Bilingual(English and Spanish). Call main general number to be transferred to appropriate help. Phone: (215) 763-8870 | URL: http://www.congreso.net/site/ | Spanish | Hours: M-F 8-30-5 | Target Group: Residents of North Philadelphia and East Police Division
    24. CORPP, Inc. 1217 Sansom St 7th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides computer-assisted information processing skills program for income and public assistance receiving youth 17-21 years old. Must have interest in learning Windows operating system, and participants referred must be deemed eligible Phone: (215) 592-8011
    25. Countv Office of Services for the Aging (COSA) 206 Eddystone Ave 2nd Floor Eddystone, PA 19022
      Provides community information, in-home, and volunteer services for older adults including the GATEWAY program-(Giving Assessment, Treatment, and Empowerment in the Aging Years), which targets adults 60 and up with behavioral health issues and connects them to appropriate resources. Phone: 610-490-1300 After business hours 610-622-9284 | URL: www.delcosa.org
    26. Crozer Center Community Hospital Division 2600 West 9th Street Chester, PA 19013
      Base service unit & anchor provider. Substance abuse assessments. Phone: 610-497-7700 Substance Abuse Assessments 610-497-7223
    27. Cultural Connections Collaborative Program
      A resource guide for immigrant families living in Delaware County. Phone: 610-447-6003
    28. Delaware County Family Center 2600 W 9th St Chester, PA 19013
      Each Family Center provides parenting workshops. family literacy programs, information and referrals. Phone: 610-494-9280
    29. Delaware County Pregnancy Center 2508 Edgmont Avenue Chester, PA 19013
      Services include limited medical services, counseling, abortion information, referrals, post abortion support, on going pregnancy support, adoption information, parenting education program. Phone: (610) 872-2229
    30. Delaware County Resource Guide
      Provides a social services directory. | URL: http://www.delcosuicideprevention.org/Resources/resource_guide.html | Email: info@delcosucideprevention.org
    31. Developing Apex Inc.
      Links to additional online health care information and counseling resources | URL: http://www.developingapex.com/ | Email: info@developingapex.com
    32. Development of African American Youth 2221 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      IDAAY offers education, training, prevention, intervention and social service programs that are uniquely designed to equip youth to combat deeply rooted social ills endemic to the urban experience. Phone: (215) 235-9110 | URL: http://idaay.org/ | Email: info@idaay.org | Hours: 9:30-3:00
    33. Douglas Community & Outreach Center 613 South 60th Street Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides referrals to local food banks in the area to assist families. Phone: (215) 432-0109 | URL: dougloascenter0613@yahoo.com
    34. DPT Business School 11000 Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19116
      DPT wants its students to have a memorable learning experience and be motivated to start a new career or run their own business. The school gives them the training and tools they need to feel confident in pursuing their professional goals. Phone: (215) 673-7870
    35. Dynamic Education Systems, Inc. (DESI) 1420 Walnut St 1st Fl. Rear, Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Residential programming which offers remedial education, occupational skills training, supportive and job placement services to disadvantage people 16-24 years old. Program participants receive free room and some spending money and incentive bonuses for performance, etc. Hours: 9am-5pm. Program participants receive free room and some spending money and incentive bonuses for performance, etc. Programs/Services Offered 1) Offers remedial education 2) Occupational skills training 3) Supportive and job placement services to disadvantaged people 16-24 years old This Listing was updated by the PA Prison Society. Phone: (215) 985-3650 | URL: http://www.exodyne.com/desi_home.php
    36. Eastern Delco Family Center 1515 Lansdowne Ave St. Bernard Hall, 2nd Floor Darby, PA 19023
      Social Services Organization Phone: 610-532-2811
    37. Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church 2800 Cheltenham Ave Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Provides children and family services, mentoring, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol support groups, GED education, employment referrals, legal/reentry services. Phone: (215) 276-7200 ext. 1009 | URL: http://enontab.org | Email: acolley@enontab.org
    38. Episcopal Community Services 225 S 3rd St Philadelphia, PA 19106 22 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19151
      Episcopal Community Services empowers vulnerable individuals and families by providing high-quality social and educational services that affirm human dignity and promote social justice. Programs and Services: 1) ECS FAST Housing: Provides cases management and permanent housing to more than 40 households in which a parent has a disability and a history of homelessness in order to help people achieve independence. 2) ECS St. Barnabas Mission serves homeless women and their children providing shelter, case management, and related services to address the root causes of homelessness. Women can obtain a referral through the Office of Supportive Housing. 3) ECS Foster/Kinship Care. 4)ECS Home Care for Seniors. 5)ECS Out of School Time: ECS provides after school and summer programs in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia. 6) ECS Teens Takin' Over: Provides support and resources to vulnerable youth in Philadelphia. This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prisons Society. Phone: (215) 351-1400 | URL: http://www.ecsphilly.org/ | Email: info@ecs1870.org | Hours: M-F 9-4:45pm | Eligibility Requirements: Varies
    39. Esperanza College 4261 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides assistance for the Hispanic community of Philadelphia. | Email: www.esperanza.us
    40. Family Resource Network 123 S Broad St 23rd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19109
      The Family Resource Network was established in response to the need of families to access information about the behavioral health system and the support groups who educate them. Due to the cooperative relationship of the FRN members, families are able to acquire more immediate information, and have a choice of support groups. The Family Resource Network has become an active participant with the DBHIDS regarding the Day Transformation efforts of providers, developed standards for family inclusion, and participates with the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Leadership Council. Phone: (215) 546-0300 | Email: kcantwell@pmhcc.org
    41. Family Resources Page: Philadelphia Connections
      Philadelphia Connections believes that the families of mental health consumers must have resources available to help in navigating the treatment system, learning about mental illness, and advocating for quality services. | URL: http://www.philaconnect.org | Email: lgreen@pmhcc.org
    42. Fisherman Ministries and Outreach PO Box 1013 Southampton, PA 18966
      Provides adult education and employment services. Phone: (215) 322-0587 | URL: http://www.eph67.org/ | Email: info@eph67.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    43. Free Library Hot Spot: Audenrued Charter High School 3301 Tasker St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides free computer access, classes, printing, and all necessary equipment. | Hours: (Mon-Fri 2pm-6pm)
    44. Free Library Hot Spot: Cambodian Assn. of Greater Philadelphia 2416 S 7th St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides free computer access, classes, printing, and all necessary equipment.
    45. Free Library Hot Spot: Heavenly Hall Annex 4015 Poplar St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides free computer access, classes, printing, and all necessary equipment.
    46. Free Library Hot Spot: Institute for the Development of African-American Youth 2221 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides free computer access, classes, printing, and all necessary equipment.
    47. Free Library Hot Spot: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries 1939 W Venango St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides free computer access, classes, printing, and all necessary equipment.
    48. Free Library Hot Spot: The Villiage of Arts and Humanities 2544 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides free computer access, classes, printing, and all necessary equipment.
    49. Frieda Kraftsow Sachs Resource Center 4200 Monument Rd Belmont Center Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Provides books, articles, videos, and handouts Phone: (215) 581-4587 | URL: http://www.einstein.edu/locations/belmont-behavioral-health/
    50. Friends Hospital 4641 Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Inpatient eating disorder program for adolescents and adults. Phone: 800-889-0548
    51. Friends Hospital: Family Resource Center 4641 Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19124
      The Family Resource Center (FRC) at Friends Hospital provides information, literature, training, programs and consultation for family members with a loved one who is mentally ill. Founded by a local mental health advocate, the FRC is staffed by trained individuals who share the experience of having a loved one with mental illness. The FRC provides literature, support and contact information for additional community resources. Phone: (215) 831-4894 | URL: http://friendshospital.com/community-services/family-resource-center/
    52. GED Test Centers in Pennsylvania
      Provides a list of GED testing centers in Pennsylvania | URL: http://www.ged.ed.state.pa.us/GEDOnline/TestCenterOL/wfTestCenterList.aspx
    53. Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania PO Box 27540 Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania (GSEP) is the largest girl-serving organization in Pennsylvania and builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. GSEP serves 41,000 girls in partnership with 15,000 volunteers in Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton and Philadelphia counties. Today, 80 percent of women in leadership and executive roles in the U.S. were Girl Scouts. Girl Scout alumnae comprise 70 percent of women in the U.S. Congress. Phone: (215) 564-2030 ext. 1085 | URL: http://www.gsep.org/
    54. GrandFamily Resource Center (Supportive Older Women's Network) 4100 Main St Philadelphia, PA 19127
      Provides children and family services, education, support groups, individual counseling, referrals Phone: (215) 487-3000 ext 24 | URL: http://www.sown.org/grandfamily_resource_center.html
    55. Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition 1207 Chestnut St Suite 700 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Prepares out of school youth with physical, sensory, and learning disabilities ages 17-30 for employment. Program offers life skills, work based learning and personal growth. Phone: (215) 851-0110 | URL: http://www.uac.org
    56. Heart-to-Heart PO Box 1441 Merchantville, NJ 08109
      Heart-to-Heart provides education in jails, prisons, and communities that enables incarcerated men and women to return, reintegrate, and contribute to their local communities. Services provided include nonviolent communication, retreats, yoga, and meditation. Phone: 856-406-6153 | URL: http://www.heart2heartinc.org | Email: h2hincinfo@gmail.com
    57. Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems: Upper Darby 225 S 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082 126 E Baltimore Pike Media, PA 19063
      Provides behavioral health assessments, treatment, referrals, case management services, and mobile therapy. Phone: 610-352-8943 Phone: 484-444-0412
    58. Hopelinks: Philadelphia Alcohol and Drug Addiction Facilities
      Provides resources for local treatment facilities. | URL: http://www.hopelinks.net/drug-rehab/pa/philadelphia.html
    59. Hunting Park Community Development Corporation 3961 N 9th Street Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Provides referrals to neighborhood organizations that offer emergency assistance. No fee required. Phone: (215) 226-2300
    60. I-LEAD PO Box 48310 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides information on education opportunities. Phone: (877) 428-8092 | URL: http://www.i-lead.org | Email: dc@i-lead.org
    61. Impact Services Corporation 1952 E Allegheny Avenue Lower Level Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The Benephilly Center screens and enrolls for public benefit programs like TANF, SNAP, EITC, Child Tax Credit,CHIP, Medicaid, Medicare, LIHEAP, and city and state tax relief. Contact Shawne Hunter. The First Step ID Program helps inmates obtain identity documents. Must be released from the Philadelphia prison system within the last year. Contact Adele Hedgespeth or Shawne Hunter. The Incarcerated Veterans Transition Program (IVTP) provides housing, job training, job readiness and job placement services for incarcerated, recently released, homeless, and at-risk veterans. Must have been released from prison within the last 12 months or is within 60 days of release. The Transitional Offender Workforce Development (TOWD) provides case management, job training, job readiness and job placement services for offenders returning from PA DOC. Must be currently on Parole and obtain a referral from parole agent. Contact Darron Thompson, Ed Hamilton, or Michael DonPailin. Shawne Hunter 215-739-1600 x143 , Monday through Friday - 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Adele Hedgespeth 215-739-1600 x185 Darron Thompson 215-739-1600 x108 Ed Hamilton 215-739-1600 x118 | URL: www.impactservices.org | Email: jcosely@impactservices.org | Spanish | Hours: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. - Monday through Friday | Target Group: All | Funds: N/A | Fees: None | Application Process: None | Eligibility Requirements: Program Specific | Application Wait: N/A | Service Wait: N/A | ADAAccess: N/A | Transportation: Market - Frankford El SEPTA - Route 60 Bus
    62. Impact Services: Veterans 1952 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      One year of active military duty before 1980 & 2 yrs. active duty after 1980. Honorable Discharge, DD214 or Statement of Service. Vets on parole disqualified. Vets on probation accepted with concurrence of Dept. of Prob/Parole. Jason Cosley (215) 739-1600, ext 1600 | URL: http://www.impactservices.org/veterans-services/ | Email: info@impactservices.org | Email: jcosley@impactservices.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    63. Indochinese-American Council 4934-36 Old York Road Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides free 36 week typing, data entry and computer programs which include life skills and drivers education. Phone: (215) 475-0272
    64. John Gloucester House 2147 Manton Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Offers Head Start Program / After School Program. Phone: (215) 389-5504 | URL: http://www.jghouse.org | Email: JGHouse@verizon.net | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5
    65. LaSalle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences 1900 West Olney Avenue LaSalle University, St. Benilde Tower, Office 3339 Philadelphia, PA 19141
      The mission of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences is to provide excellent teaching, service, and academic programs facilitating students' development as caring healthcare professionals prepared for lives of service and continued learning. Its vision is to focus academic, service, and research activities on mobilizing social, political, healthcare, and educational resources for the welfare of vulnerable, underserved, and diverse populations. Phone: (215) 951-1865 | URL: http://www.lasalle.edu/
    66. Lighthouse, The 152 West Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Head Start programs for ages 3-5, afterschool programs. Phone: (215) 425-7800 | URL: http://www.federationnc.org/THELIGHTHOUSE | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    67. Logan CDC 4542 N 11th St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides computer access as well as training seminars for the public. Hours of this location: 10am -4pm Wed. and Thurs. | URL: http://logancdc.org/ | Email: info@logancdc.org
    68. Lonnie Young Recreation Center 1100 E Chelten Ave Philadelphia, PA 19138
      Sitting on 4.8 acres, this recreation facility has a basketball court, a pool, a sports field and two ball fields. Phone: (215) 685-2236 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/findrec/RecCenterDetails.aspx?ID=856
    69. Luthern Settlement House CEED 1340 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125
      CEED provides a wide variety of educational and career opportunities of life. CEED offers morning, afternoon, and evening classes in English and Literacy and Family Literacy, basic reading and writing skills. Phone: (215) 426-8610 242 | URL: http://www.lutheransettlement.org/html/CEED_overview.html | Email: ahreinhard@lutheransettlement.org | Hours: M-Thurs 8-9pm Fri 8-6pm
    70. Maternity Care Coalition 224 Long Lane Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Programs to support maternal and child health through community and professional education, research and advocacy. Phone: 610-713-0570 | URL: http://www.momobile.org/
    71. Office of Adult Education: City of Philadelphia 990 Spring Garden Street Suite 300 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The Office of Adult Education (OAE) works with community partners and stakeholders to ensure that all Philadelphians have access to a high quality adult education system, which supports personal and career advancement and increased opportunities for adults in Philadelphia. This includes access to basic adult education, professional development and recruiting volunteers. 215-686-5250 | URL: www.philaliteracy.org | Email: AdultEdu@Phila.gov | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm | Target Group: Adults and Out of School Youth age 16 and up | Fees: None | Application Process: Anyone seeking adult basic education, English as a Second Language, or GED preparation classes to improve their reading, writing, math, or digital literacy can call the Commission to enroll. | Eligibility Requirements: Age 16 and older
    72. Media Mobilizing Project: Casa Monarca 1448 S 17th St Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides free computer access and computer training to the public. Services are available in both English and Spanish (open access hours coming soon) Phone: (215) 253-3033 | URL: http://www.mediamobilizing.org
    73. Media Mobilizing Project : SEUI Healthcare PA 1706 Race St Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides free computer access and computer training to the public. Open Access Hours: Mon. 12pm-6pm; Tues/Thurs 1pm-5pm; Sat 10am-1pm Phone: (215) 557-9282 | URL: http://www.mediamobilizing.org | Hours: Open access hours: Mon 12 pm - 3 pm, Wed 12 pm - 3 pm, Thurs 1 - 5pm, Sat 9 am - 1pm (and by appointment)
    74. Men In Motion PO Box 60964 Philadelphia, PA 19133
      MIMIC is a volunteer organization and that has received funding through small capacity building grants, in kind contributions from many partner organizations and activities fund grants from various supporters. | URL: http://mimicphilly.org/donate | Email: www.mimicphilly.org
    75. Mental Health Delegates
      Approve involuntary commitment applications, provide authorization for emergency services, send mobile emergency team for home visits, and provides access to crisis residential facilities. Phone: (215) 685-6440 | URL: http://www.dbhids.org/mental-health-delegate/
    76. Mental Retardation Services (MRS) 701 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Resource of services available for individuals with mental disabilities. Phone: (215) 685-5900 | URL: www.MyCityMyPlace.com
    77. Mirmont Treatment Center 100 Yearsley Mill Road Media, PA 19063
      Substance abuse assessments, referral, and treatment. Phone: 610-744-1400
    78. MONTGOMERY COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES INDUSTRIALIZATION CENTER (OIC) 1101 Arch St Norristown, PA 19401
      Montgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) has proudly served the community for 50 years. Montco OIC provides job training and literacy programs to help others gain valuable skills to enter today's workforce. Phone: (610) 279-9705 Denise Ashe (610) 279-9700 | Email: info@montcooic.org
    79. Mount Airy Playground 7001 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Provides recreational services. Phone: (215) 685-9297 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/findrec/RecCenterDetails.aspx?ID=799 | Hours: Varies
    80. Next Step Program: Congreso de Latinos Unidos 2800 N. American St. EWS Division Philadelphia, PA 19133
      The Next Step Program at Congreso de Latinos Unidos is for out-of-school youth ages 17-24 who have a high school diploma or GED. Next Step is a preparation and placement program for career and college. We offer: Application and Financial Aid assistance for industry-recognized certification courses; Workforce and college preparation classes; Financial assistance with transportation and college books/supplies; Job Readiness Training; College Placement; Job Placement; Free, on-site certification programs; Counseling; Assistance with Child Care and Housing opportunities. Phone: 215-763-8870 ext. 7226 | URL: www.congreso.net | Email: brunkerd@congreso.net | Spanish, French | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm | Fees: None | Application Process: Call or email with your request. | Eligibility Requirements: Must be ages 17-24, already have a high school diploma or GED | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: None
    81. NHS (Formerly Northwestern Human Services)
      Mental health and substance abuse assessment, treatment and referral services. Provides assessments, outpatient and intensive outpatient addiction treatment for adults and adolescents. Accepts Medical Assistance. Phone: 610-534-3636
    82. Nonprofit Technology Resources 1524 Brandywine Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Digital illiteracy is a significant negative input that erodes educational and employment growth in under-resourced communities across the city. NTR’s mission is to ensure that all Philadelphians, regardless of income, have access to information technology and the capacity to take advantage of the academic, economic, and social opportunities that today’s technology affords. We do this by collaborating with schools, service agencies, faith-based organizations, welfare-to-work programs, and individual teachers all over Philadelphia to provide technology and training to vulnerable people of all ages. Phone: 215-564-6686 | URL: ntrweb.org | Email: info@ntronline.org
    83. North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation 2221 N Broad St Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation strengthens families by connecting them to the opportunities, resources, and support systems they need to raise happy, healthy, and successful children and to support adult individuals who require additional support | URL: http://nphsdc.org/
    84. Orleans Technical Institute 2770 Red Lion Road Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Orleans Technical Institute has helped students from all walks of life move toward one common goal: learning new skills to enhance their success in the workforce. Whether you are new to the workforce, looking to upgrade your skills, or wanting to try something new and exciting, Orleans Technical Institute is committed to helping you meet your employment goals. We believe that intensive skills training is the key to finding and retaining employment in the competitive job market. Phone: (215) 728-4733 | URL: http://www.orleanstech.edu/home | Email: orleanstech@jevs.org
    85. PCVA (Philadelphia County Veterans Assn.) Directory of Resources
      Provides a social services directory. | URL: http://www.pcvainfo.org/documents/PCVADirectory2010.pdf | Email: maria.rosado@courts.phila.gov | Email: judith.slagoff@courts.phila.gov
    86. Peirce College 1420 Pine Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides accessible educational opportunities. Phone: (215) 670-9279 | URL: http://www.peirce.edu/ | Email: LParis@Peirce.edu
    87. Pennsylvania Recovery Organization: PRO ACT 444 N 3rd St Suite 307 Philadelphia, PA 10123
      Provides advocacy and information regarding mental health and drug and alcohol recovery; helps connect individuals to community resources. Phone: (215) 279-8694 | URL: www.proact.org | Email: sbrinda@councilsepa.org
    88. Pennsylvania Reproductive Associates 819 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 5217 Militia Hill Rd Plymouth, PA 19462
      Fertility services and family planning. Phone: 215-922-3173 Phone: 610-834-1140
    89. Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN) 2700 North 17th Street Lehigh Pavilion, Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      PAAN provides community safety through direct services that impact upon the drug and violence problems that plague neighborhoods and develops positive alternatives for youth. Responds to crisis situations, conducts conflict resolution sessions, provides education and training programs, and responds to hotline calls. Phone: (215) 940-0550 | URL: http://www.paan1989.org// | Email: communications@paan1989.org
    90. Philadelphia Brotherhood Rescue Mission 401 East Girard Avenue PO Box 29245 Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Provides a wide variety of outreach and empowerment services for homeless individuals and families. Phone: (267) 284-0405 | URL: http://pbrm.org/ | Email: info@pbrm.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5
    91. Philadelphia Center for Arts and Technology (PCAT) 2111-31 Eastburn Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19138
      The Philadelphia Center for Arts and Technology® (PCAT) offers children, youth and adults the opportunity to develop the academic, work, and life skills they need to thrive in the 21st century. Phone: (267) 297-6231 | URL: http://www.foundationsinc.org/expanded-learning/projects/philadelphia-center-arts-and-technology | Email: pcat@foundationsinc.org
    92. Philadelphia Corporation for Aging 642 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The mission of Philadelphia Corporation for Aging is to improve the quality of life for older Philadelphians or people with disabilities and to assist them in achieving their maximum level of health, independence and productivity. Special consideration is given to those with the greatest social, economic, and health needs. Phone: (215) 765-9040 | URL: http://www.pcacares.org/ | Email: info@pcaphl.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5
    93. Philadelphia Development Disabilities Corporation: The Arc of Philadelphia 2350 West Westmoreland Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides vocational training, case management, job development and continued follow up. Phone: (215) 229-4550 | URL: www.arcpddc.org | Email: contact@arcpddc.org
    94. Phila Opportunities Industrialization Center 1231 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc. is dedicated to the elimination of poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy to ensure a meaningful quality of life for families and individuals within the Philadelphia community. Phone: (215) 236-7700 | URL: http://philaoic.org/ | Email: jobs@philaoic.org
    95. PHS, The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society 100 North 20th Street 5th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides information on job training. Phone: (215) 988-8764 | URL: http://www.pennsylvaniahorticulturalsociety.org/ | Email: phs-info@pennhort.org
    96. Pierce College 1420 Pine Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Services include education.
    97. Project HOME: Honickman Learning Center 1936 North Judson Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The Center, located on the 1900 block of North Judson Street, runs programs which focus on the integration of technology with art, education and enterprise. Programs are tailored to help the residents of the community, both children and adults, move toward greater prosperity by increasing their educational and employment opportunities through comprehensive technology and literacy instruction. Phone: (215) 235-2900 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org/services/education/honickman.php | Email: reneemurdock@projecthome.org | Hours: 9 AM - 5 PM, Mon - Fri
    98. Public Health Management Corporation: Bridge Intensive Prevention Services (BIPS) 4115 Lancaster Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The Bridge offers home-based case management services for youth struggling with truancy and academic problems, including individual and family counseling and resources. Phone: (267) 350-7636 | URL: http://www.phmc.org/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=629:helping-philadelphia-students-stay-on-track&catid=65:public-health-directions-summerfall-2011&Itemid=1628 | Email: swood@phmc.org
    99. RAMSEY EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (REDI) 17 West Airy St Suite 311 Norristown, pa 19401
      REDI focuses on teaching skills that encourage self-respect, a positive attitude and work ethic, and improved time management techniques for personal responsibilities. Pre-employment techniques, resume writing, and basic communication skills are offered. REDI provides training linkages with organizations such as labor unions for apprenticeship programs that lead to permanent positions. Phone: (610) 279-0301 | Email: deloisowens21@gmail.com
    100. Reading Hospital Treatment Services Sixth Avenue and Spruce Street West Reading, PA 19611
      Online listing of mental health/drug and alcohol treatment , and other medical services provided | URL: http://www.readinghospital.org/HealthServices | Email: info@readinghealth.org
    101. Resources for Human Development (RHD): Information Services 4700 Wissahickon Avenue Suite 126 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides information for child and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, health information, housing, and residential transitional services. Phone: 215-951-0300 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/Home.aspx
    102. Safe Haven of Pennsylvania
      Also known as the Newborn Protection Act, it states that a parent of a newborn (less than 28 days old) may leave the child in the care of a hospital without being criminally liable providing that the following criteria are met: the parent expresses orally or through conduct that they intend for the hospital to accept the child, and the newborn is not a victim of child abuse or criminal conduct. Phone: 866-921-SAFE
    103. Salvation Army: Eastern Pennsylvania 701 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      OESS intake office for single women, families, and head of household (male or female) with children. This location is used for intake after 4pm on weekdays and all day on weekends. Phone: (215) 787-2978 | URL: http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_easternpa.nsf
    104. School District of Philadelphia at University City High School 3601 Filbert Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The goal of this program is to help them enter the workforce through career planning, referrals, individual counseling and job placement assistance. Phone: (215) 387-5100 | URL: http://webgui.phila.k12.pa.us/schools/u/university-city-promise#home
    105. 211 SEPA
      Provides Government and Community Resources - DIRECTORY OF OTHER REFERRAL PROGRAMS. Phone: (215) 568-3750
    106. Sesame Street Resources on Incarceration
      The incarceration of a loved one can be very overwhelming for both children and caregivers. It can bring about big changes and transitions. In simple everyday ways, you can comfort your child and guide her through these tough moments. With your love and support she can get through anything that comes her way. Here are some tools to help you with the changes your child is going through. | URL: sesamestreet.org/incarceration
    107. Social Work Consultation Services (SWCS)
      Provides free services to residents of Chester and surrounding areas in the home or in their offices located al Community Hospital. They offer family programs, counseling, and information and referral services. Phone: 610-859-6047 | URL: www.swcs.ccf.org
    108. South East Regional Mental Health Services Resource Guide
      Provides mental health resources. | URL: http://fivecountymh.org/docs/Regional%20Guide.pdf | Email: regional.mh@verizon.net
    109. Temple University: Adult Literacy Training 1913 N Broad Street Mitten Hall 200E Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Temple University’s Center for Social Policy and Community Development (CSPCD) offers a myriad of education, training, employment, and other workforce development programs. The Workforce Education and Lifelong Learning (WELL) Program of CSPCD offers adult education classes and services adults obtain the required literacy and math skills to enter post-secondary education and training. The WELL program prepares individuals to take high school equivalency tests (GED or HiSET). Phone: (215) 204-2560 | URL: http://chpsw.temple.edu/cspcd/programs/adult-literacy-training-ged-programs | Email: well@temple.edu | Hours: Monday-Thursday: 9:00am-8:00pm; Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm; Saturday: 9:00am-2:00pm | Fees: All programs are offered for free. | Application Process: Register at: http://ablle.pbworks.com/
    110. Temple University: GED 1803 N Broad St 1200 Carnell Hall Philadelphia, PA 19122
      At Temple, GED® Testing is offered on Saturdays (English and Spanish) and Fridays (French) at the Main Campus. All testing is by appointment only. To arrange for GED® Testing at Temple, call 215.204.8613, Monday-Friday, between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm. Phone: (215) 204-86153 | URL: http://www.temple.edu/marc/ged.html | Email: sally.frazee@temple.edu
    111. The Attic 255 South 16th Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Attic offers a variety of programming and activities for LGBTQ youth and youth allies all in a safe and supportive space, as well as education services to organizations through innovative and engaging workshops and trainings. Phone: (215) 545-4331 | URL: http://www.atticyouthcenter.org/ | Email: info@atticyouthcenter.org
    112. The Center for Returning Citizens 1501 Cherry Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Center for Returning Citizens exists to help persons who are returning to society to establish themselves and move forward in a positive manner. Programs/Services Offered 1) Job Development 2) Transitional Housing a. Requires job/income, proof of insurance, complete application. 3) Summer Services: a. Counseling b. Workshops i. Take place at Germantown Location 4) Computer Assistance/Literacy 5) Interview Preparation Required Documents: (if available) Photo I.D. and most recent resume. This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prison Society Center City Office (267)519-5334 | URL: http://www.tcrcphilly.org/default.html | Email: info@tcrcphilly.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-3:00pm | Target Group: Returning Citizens | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Cannot Serve sex offenders
    113. Time is Now to Make a Change & The Returning Citizens Voter Movement Civic Engagement Office PO Box 27744 Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Provides reentry information and voting services. Phone: (267) 773-7584 | URL: http://www.thetimeisnowphilly.org/ | Email: mgamblethetimeisnowtomakeachange@yahoo.com
    114. Turning Points for Children 415 South 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides innovative programs that nurture families with children who are struggling against difficult economic and environmental odds. The approach includes after-school family programs, teen parent education, and assistance to relative caregivers and in-home services for vulnerable children who may be in imminent risk of child abuse or neglect. Phone: (215) 875-4955 | URL: http://www.turningpointsforchildren.org/ | Email: info@turningpointsforchildren.org
    115. United Taxi Workers Alliance & Media Mobilizing Project 4233 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Open access hours soon to begin for this location of the Media Mobilizing project. This one of its computer network centers where members of the public will have access to computers as well as various training options. Phone: (267) 281-4156 | URL: http://www.mediamobilizing.org/tags/unified-taxi-workers-alliance | Email: Chris@mediamobilizing.org
    116. Waterview Recreation Center 5826 McMahon St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides recreational services. Phone: (215) 685-2229 | URL: http://ttfwatershed.org/waterview-recreation-center/
    117. Widener University Child Development Center 1800 Walnut Street Chester, PA 19013
      The Child Development Center Laboratory School at Widener University offers a circle of learning for young children, parents, families, teacher candidates, faculty members and our community. Phone: 610-499-1097 | URL: cdc.widener.edu
    118. WIRES Walk-in Reentry Services 2553 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides walk-in reentry services including job/resume help, insurance and benefits help, resource referrals, college application help, drug treatment, and ID help. Phone: 267-394-7372 | Email: cjb.upenn@gmail.com | Hours: Tuesdays: 5:30pm-7:30pm
    119. Women's Resource Center 113 W Wayne Ave Wayne, PA 19087
      Services include: Information & Referral, Legal Services, Counseling, Career Services, Girls' Leadership, Parenting Support, Women Veterans Initiative Phone: 610-687-6391 | URL: http://womensresourcecenter.net/
    120. X-Offenders Empowerment 2227 N Broad street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Helping ex-offenders (not on probation or parole) find employment and reintegrate in to the community, has monthly meetings at African-American United Fund. Mobilizing the community to address issues threatening healthy family and community life, and to reduce recidivism. Phone: (215) 668-8477 | URL: http://www.x-offenders.org/ | Email: jacobs19132@yahoo.com
    121. Youth Art & Self-Empowerment Project (YASP) 2231 N Broad Street Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      YASP empowers young people who have been incarcerated in adult jails and prisons through a combination of artistic expression, political education, and leadership development. YASP carries out this mission by providing space for incarcerated young people to express their voices creatively, creating platforms to share those voices with the world at large, and helping young people develop as leaders and organizers of their communities both within and beyond the prison walls. Ultimately, YASP aims to build a movement of young people to challenge Act 33, the 1996 amendment to Pennsylvania law that allows youth under 18 to be automatically tried in adult court for a number of crimes. Facebook: The Youth Art & Self-Empowerment Project. Twitter: @YASP2 Phone: 267-571-9277 | Email: yasproject@gmail.com
    122. YouthBuild Charter School 1231 North Broad Street 3rd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19122
      YouthBuild Philadelphia's program includes a diploma track, vocational training - in construction, technology and healthcare - and community service. In addition, the school provides students with resources and support systems to maneuver the program, develop a sense of empowerment, and transition to full-time jobs and post-secondary educational and training programs. Phone: (215) 627-8671 | URL: http://www.youthbuildphilly.org/ | Email: sjohnson@youthbuildphilly.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
  5. Employment

    1. American Red Cross 23rd and Chestnut Streets Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The Southeastern Pennsylvania (SEPA) Chapter of the American Red Cross is part of the largest and most diverse service organization in the United States. We serve nearly 4 million people in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties. We provide food and shelter in emergencies, assist members of our armed forces and their families, teach lifesaving skills, and more. All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people Phone: (215) 686-6783 | URL: www.redcross-philly.org
    2. Asbestos Workers Local 14 JATC 2014 Horning Road Suite 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    3. Baker Industries 184 Pennsylvania Avenue Malvern, PA 19355 3506 F Street Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Baker Industries is a nonprofit work program for adults who are on parole or probation, in recovery, homeless, or have a diagnosed disability. Must bring 2 forms of valid picture ID. (Ask for Beth) (610) 296-9795 Ask for Maurice (215)-291-5700 | URL: http://bakerindustries.org/ | Email: info@bakerindustries.org | Spanish | Spanish | Hours: Mon - Fri 8-4 | Target Group: Adults | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Must be one of the following: Coming out of prison, on probation, on parole, or recovering from substance abuse, homeless, or have a diagnosed disability. | Transportation: Malvern location is near the regional train
    4. Bricklayers Local 1 2706 Black Lake Place Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides apprenticeship programs. Phone: 1-888-880-222 | URL: http://www.bacweb.org/ | Email: Askbac@bacweb.org | English | Español | Français
    5. Broad Street Ministry
      Provides programs and services persons who are experiencing: issues with housing and/or homelessness; poverty and hunger; challenges that come with a criminal record; drug-and-alcohol abuse; persistent medical or mental health hardships. Services include: emergency shelter and basic needs; housing assistance; obtaining personal ID; job search; meals, a secure, private mailing address. Michael McKee, Concierge Services 215-735-4847 ext 116 | URL: broadstreethospitality.org | Email: conciergeservices@broadstreetministry.org | Spanish
    6. Bucks County CareerLink 1260 New Rodgers Road Bristol, PA 19007
      Computer resource area with internet access and staff assistance. Referrals to job openings and other education job/career goal resources. Variety of job search skill and computer literacy workshops offered on site. Registration required and available in person or on-line at www.cwds.state.pa.us Phone: (215) 781-1073 | URL: http://www.cwds.state.pa.us/ | Email: nbrewer@buckscareerlink.org
    7. Bureau of Workforce Development Partnership Contact Directory
      Links to PA Career link, with comprehensive physical locations where at least 3 mandated partner services are located, where core services are available, and where to access other mandated programs carried out by One-Stop Partners Programs/Services Offered 1)Directory to all One-Stop Partners 2)Provides locations and contact information for all organizations affiliated with PA CareerLink 3)Provides names of those in charge and who to contact for each organization site | URL: http://www.paworkforce.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/contact_directory/14666
    8. Career Educational Pathways 115 Penn Blvd East Lansdowne, PA 19050
      Career Educational Pathways is a resource site that provides career information and workshops for people interested in working in the areas of health education and hospitality. cell 267-232-7289 | URL: www.careereducationalpathways.com/ | Email: careerfolks@gmail.com | Target Group: Ages 16-65
    9. CAREER LINK Pennsylvania 1855 New Hope St Norristown, PA 19401
      The Career Link Pennsylvania program helps people with resume writing and interviewing skills. It also provides information on companies that are actively hiring in the area. For more specific information on the type of work or training program you are looking for, go to the website and choose the field of interest you wish to search for. Career Link of Pennsylvania has several convenient office locations throughout Montgomery County. If you are interested in career assistance (finding a job, looking for a better job, improving job skills) or seeking vocational rehabilitation services, CWDS enables you to search for job openings, create a résumé, apply for jobs online, research career information or request vocational rehabilitation services. Use any of the following links to get more details. | URL: www.cwds.state.pa.us
    10. Carelink Community Support Services 140 S. Lansdowne Ave Lansdowne, PA 19050
      Employment, Education and Training for Career Learning Phone: 610-626-6442 | Email: llittle@carelinkservices.org
    11. Carpenters JAC of Phila. & Vicinity 10401 Decatur Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides apprenticeship programs. Mobile 267 668-9813 | Email: Imadbynum24@gmail.com
    12. Cement Masons & Plasters Local 592 JATF 2501 Synder Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    13. Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) 245 North Broad Street Suite 300 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is a non-profit organization that specializes in job placement for ex-offenders. Our four-step model has been proven to reduce recidivism among high-risk populations including young ex-offenders (18-24), individuals with violent felonies on their record and individuals who have been released from prison within the past 90 days. Main 215-309-7220 | URL: http://ceoworks.org/our-offices/philadelphia-pa/ | Hours: 9:00 to 4:00pm Monday - Friday | Target Group: Recently Released Parolees | Fees: $0 | Eligibility Requirements: Currently on Parole
    14. Center Foundation
      Provides mentoring for teens. women, and job seekers; young parents support network. Phone: 610-565-6171 | URL: www.thecenterfoundation.org
    15. Chester County CareerLink 250 East Harmony St Coatesville, PA 19320
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (610) 384-9393 | URL: www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us
    16. City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program 1729 Mt Vernon Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      City of Philadelphia Mural Arts, with support from the Ford Foundation, presented the Arts and Criminal Justice Symposium on April 27th, 2012, a forum for organizations and practitioners to share program findings, learn from others in the field, seek partnerships, and reduce institutional obstructions between non-profits, academia, and the criminal justice field to foster a climate of collaboration and mutual learning. Phone: (215) 685-0756 | URL: http://muralarts.org/ | Email: info@muralarts.org
    17. COMHAR (formerly Community Organization for Mental Health and Retardation) 100 West Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides a wide variety of programs for individuals and families affected by mental health or intellectual disability issues. Phone: (215) 203-3000 | URL: http://comhar.org/ | Hours: Mon-Thr 830-5 Fri 9-5
    18. Community Action Agency of Delaware County
      Provides employment and life skills training, and emergency housing, utility, shelter, and food assistance. Chester Office 610-874-8451 Darby Office 610-583-9133 Phone: 610-891-5101 | URL: www.caadc.org
    19. Community Integrated Services 441 N 5th Street Suite 101 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Empowers people with disabilities through individualized employment opportunities that foster self-sustainability, equality, and community. Phone: 215-238-7411 | URL: www.cisworks.org | Email: info@cisworks.org
    20. Community Women's Education Project 2801 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides a free, intensive program designed for adults who need to work and are not sure what kind of job or training they need. Provides Adult Basic Education with a career exploration component that gives students the opportunity to select an internship at a local business or non-profit agency in the Kensington/Frankford area. Work start will also help TANF recipients with their independent job search. Programs/Services Offered 1)Provides job training 2)Career Exploration a.Gives students different opportunities to select an internship or job 3)Improve the life skills a.Adult basic education exploration 4)Help a family/working women sustain wages 5)Achieve self sufficiency a.Providing a continuum of education and supportive services This Listing was updated by the PA Prison Society. Phone: (215) 426-2200 | URL: http://www.cwep.org/home0.aspx
    21. Connection Training Services 2233 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides information about education opportunities and job training. Phone: (215) 320-5529 | URL: http://www.ctstraining.org/
    22. Delaware County CareerLink 710 Crosby St Chester, PA 19013
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (910) 447-3350 | URL: www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us
    23. District 1199C Training Center 100 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19110
      Serves community residents interested in healthcare, behavioral health and child care. Offers foundation skills, remedial programs with GED and high school diplomas, high school refresher classes and nursing preparation as well as job specific skills program for nurses aid, practical nurse, health/mental retardation technician and child care worker. Phone: (215) 568-2220 | URL: www.1199ctraining.org
    24. Diversified Housing Solutions 2000 Hamilton St #558 Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Non-profit organization that provides job training in the construction field, acquires and renovates properties in Philadelphia (hires ex-offender and homeless clients to work on job sites), and uses these properties to sell to low-income individuals. Places an emphasis on people returning from prison. Phone: (215) 386-8267 | URL: http://diversifiedhousingsolutions.org | Email: info@diversifiedhousingsolutions.org
    25. DPT Business School 11000 Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19116
      DPT wants its students to have a memorable learning experience and be motivated to start a new career or run their own business. The school gives them the training and tools they need to feel confident in pursuing their professional goals. Phone: (215) 673-7870
    26. EDSI: Philadelphia NCP Program 100 South Broad St Suite 1210 Philadelphia, PA 19110
      The Non-Custodial Parent Program assists unemployed parents who are required to pay child support in obtaining and retaining full-time employment. The NCP Program provides participants with the tools to become self-sufficient and increases the ability for parents to provide for themselves and their families. Some of the tools provided include career counseling, job readiness classes, job placement, goal setting, ongoing contact with a career counselor, and additional specialized training. Referrals are received from the Philadelphia Family Court office. Phone: 215-564-0015 | URL: http://www.edsisolutions.com/locations/view/36
    27. Elwyn, Inc. 4040 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 111 Elwyn Rd Elwyn, PA 19063
      Provides services for people with disabilities. Services include: behavioral health; early childhood services; special education; research and health services; work and adult day programs; supports for living Phone: 215-895-5500 Phone: 610-891-2000 Elwyn Family Friends 610-891-7377 | URL: www.elwyn.org
    28. Empowering People In The Community 225 E City Ave Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19004
      Provides services for people with intellectual disabilities. EPIC is contracted with the State of Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Office of Developmental programs to provide Supports Coordination services for Philadelphia and Montgomery counties. Phone: 215-452-0300 | URL: www.epicsc.org | Email: info@epicsc.org
    29. Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church 2800 Cheltenham Ave Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Provides children and family services, mentoring, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol support groups, GED education, employment referrals, legal/reentry services. Phone: (215) 276-7200 ext. 1009 | URL: http://enontab.org | Email: acolley@enontab.org
    30. Ex Offender Employer Database by County
      Provides listings by county of potential employers for Ex-Offenders Phone: 717-921-8540 | URL: http://www.scmpa.com/employers.htm | Email: secondchanceministries@verizon.net
    31. Fisherman Ministries and Outreach PO Box 1013 Southampton, PA 18966
      Provides adult education and employment services. Phone: (215) 322-0587 | URL: http://www.eph67.org/ | Email: info@eph67.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    32. Free Library of Philadelphia: Central Branch 1901 Vine St Suite 111 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides a resource center where adults can get help writing a resume and cover letter. Also, adults can find information on careers. Programs & Services: Whether you’re looking for a new direction, education, or a fun diversion, our Library programs can help you take the first step. We offer something special for every age and interest. Phone: (215) 686-5322 | URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/
    33. hireAbility 1513 Race St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Matches qualified people with disabilities to job openings at no cost to employers or applicants. Phone: (215) 587-3080 | URL: www.hireability.org | Email: rmassaro@hireability.org
    34. IBEW Local 98 JAT 1701 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    35. Impact Services Corporation 1952 E Allegheny Avenue Lower Level Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The Benephilly Center screens and enrolls for public benefit programs like TANF, SNAP, EITC, Child Tax Credit,CHIP, Medicaid, Medicare, LIHEAP, and city and state tax relief. Contact Shawne Hunter. The First Step ID Program helps inmates obtain identity documents. Must be released from the Philadelphia prison system within the last year. Contact Adele Hedgespeth or Shawne Hunter. The Incarcerated Veterans Transition Program (IVTP) provides housing, job training, job readiness and job placement services for incarcerated, recently released, homeless, and at-risk veterans. Must have been released from prison within the last 12 months or is within 60 days of release. The Transitional Offender Workforce Development (TOWD) provides case management, job training, job readiness and job placement services for offenders returning from PA DOC. Must be currently on Parole and obtain a referral from parole agent. Contact Darron Thompson, Ed Hamilton, or Michael DonPailin. Shawne Hunter 215-739-1600 x143 , Monday through Friday - 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Adele Hedgespeth 215-739-1600 x185 Darron Thompson 215-739-1600 x108 Ed Hamilton 215-739-1600 x118 | URL: www.impactservices.org | Email: jcosely@impactservices.org | Spanish | Hours: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. - Monday through Friday | Target Group: All | Funds: N/A | Fees: None | Application Process: None | Eligibility Requirements: Program Specific | Application Wait: N/A | Service Wait: N/A | ADAAccess: N/A | Transportation: Market - Frankford El SEPTA - Route 60 Bus
    36. Impact Services: Veterans 1952 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      One year of active military duty before 1980 & 2 yrs. active duty after 1980. Honorable Discharge, DD214 or Statement of Service. Vets on parole disqualified. Vets on probation accepted with concurrence of Dept. of Prob/Parole. Jason Cosley (215) 739-1600, ext 1600 | URL: http://www.impactservices.org/veterans-services/ | Email: info@impactservices.org | Email: jcosley@impactservices.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    37. Intercommunity Action, Inc. 6012 Ridge Avenue Center at 6122 Ridge Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Interact has more than two dozen individual programs and more than 400 staff working to fulfill their mission and to meet the needs of their consumers. Journey's Way, their service to older adults, provides programs for active adults ages 55+, affordable housing for lower income adults age 62 and older, and assistive services for more frail elderly. Behavioral Health Services are coordinated through their Greenridge Counseling Center, which serves children and adults in a variety of outpatient, home, school, and community settings. And their services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities include community residential living arrangements, a day activities center, and supportive employment services. Phone: (215) 487-1330 | URL: http://intercommunityaction.org/ | Email: info@intercommunityaction.org | Hours: Mon-Thurs 830am-8pm; Fri 830am-5pm
    38. Iron Workers Local 401 JAC 11620 Norcom Road Suite 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    39. JACT District Council 21 JACT 2190 Horning Road Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    40. JEVS 1845 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides information for education, employment services, and vocational training. Phone: 215.854.1874 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org | Email: cs@jevs.org
    41. JEVS: Northeast EARN Center 1617 JFK Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Through EARN (Employment Advancement Retention Network), JEVS Human Services provides a range of services for individuals who are receiving Public Assistance benefits and are in need of employment services in order to achieve long-term activity in the workforce. Phone: (267) 350-8500 | URL: www.jevs.org | Email: earn@jevs.org | Russian | Spanish | Fees: None | Application Process: Customers must be referred directly from the Philadelphia County Assistance Office (CAO). | Eligibility Requirements: Must be age 18 or older, Food stamp-only customers, TANF and extended TANF customers
    42. Jewish Employment and Vocational Services (JEVS) at CareerLink 990 W Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Located at the CareerLink in North Philadelphia this program works to improve the quality of life for Philadelphia residents who unemployed/underemployed and seeking full/part-time employment. Provides readiness workshops, job search assistance, job referrals, access to online job leads, and resume/interview preparation. Specifically designed to aid adults over 55. Phone: (215) 560-5465 | URL: www.jevs.org | Email: cs55@jevs.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30 am-4:30 pm | Fees: None | Application Process: Contact Career Solutions for 55+ for an appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia residents age 55 or older.
    43. Job-Applications.com
      Provides links to available jobs and training videos on how to interview well. | URL: http://www.job-applications.com/
    44. JobGateway
      PA JobGateway provides an on-line job training directory and source for career resources. Search the job training directory then visit a local PA CareerLink center to learn how you can qualify for training at no cost to you. | URL: https://www.jobgateway.pa.gov/ | URL: https://www.pacareerlink.pa.gov/
    45. Joshua Achievement Center: North Broad 2221 N Broad St 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 765-7321
    46. Joshua Achievement Center: West Banks 2016 W Berks Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 235-1394 ext. 844
    47. Kaplan Career Institute (Formerly Thompson Institute) 3010 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Kaplan Career Institute in Philadelphia, formerly the Thompson Institute, has been helping students achieve their goals since 1918. With nearly a century of success, we have built a reputation for upholding quality and high standards in education. It is no wonder students continue to rely on us for help in achieving their career goals. Phone: (215) 594-4005 | URL: http://philadelphia.kaplancareerinstitute.com
    48. KenCCID 9350 Ashton Road Suite 202 Philadelphia, PA 19114
      KenCCID provides services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have independence, self-sufficiency and self-reliance; utilizing staff and community resources to enrich and enhance our individuals' quality of life. Phone: 215-288-9797 | URL: www.kenccid.net | Email: KenccidFamily@kenccid.org
    49. Korean Community Development Service Center 6055 North 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Hosts a CareerLink Center that provides job related assistance for job seekers and employers in cooperation with CareerLink. Phone: (215) 276-8830
    50. LaSalle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences 1900 West Olney Avenue LaSalle University, St. Benilde Tower, Office 3339 Philadelphia, PA 19141
      The mission of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences is to provide excellent teaching, service, and academic programs facilitating students' development as caring healthcare professionals prepared for lives of service and continued learning. Its vision is to focus academic, service, and research activities on mobilizing social, political, healthcare, and educational resources for the welfare of vulnerable, underserved, and diverse populations. Phone: (215) 951-1865 | URL: http://www.lasalle.edu/
    51. LIFE Program 5300 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides resources and assistance for individuals seeking employment. Offers individual and group sessions to assist with employment search life skills. Computer Lab available for checking email, filing employment applications and writing documents. Also offers Expungement Workshops and assistance with completing the legal forms necessary for an Expungement Filing. Offers support services to the families and friends of persons who are currently incarcerated. Assistance with interview clothing for men and woman. Also a BenePhilly site that can assist with applying for all government benefits. Offers free Federal and State Tax Preparation during tax season. Phone: 267-671-3603 , Monday - Friday: 9:30am-5:00pm | URL: https://www.facebook.com/LifeAtLivingGospelMinistries | URL: http://www.livinggospel.wix.com/life | Email: lifeprogram2912@gmail.com | Hours: Monday-Saturday:10:00am-1:00pm | Target Group: All, Black, Hispanic, Caucasian, Asian, Reentry, Probation, Parole, Criminal Conviction | Fees: None | Application Process: No Referral Needed | Eligibility Requirements: Past Criminal Conviction | ADAAccess: Yes
    52. LIFT-Philadelphia 5548 Chestnut St 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19139
      LIFT-Philadelphia is a community resource center where individuals can find assistance working towards their goals relating to finding employment, housing, public benefits, and educational opportunities. Call for more information or to set up an appointment! Phone: (215) 474-1807 | URL: http://www.liftcommunities.org/ | Email: jromalis@liftcommunities.org
    53. Lincoln Technical 9191Torresdale Ave Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Provides technical education opportunities. Phone: (215) 335-0800 | URL: http://www.lincolnedu.com/
    54. Luthern Settlement House CEED 1340 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125
      CEED provides a wide variety of educational and career opportunities of life. CEED offers morning, afternoon, and evening classes in English and Literacy and Family Literacy, basic reading and writing skills. Phone: (215) 426-8610 242 | URL: http://www.lutheransettlement.org/html/CEED_overview.html | Email: ahreinhard@lutheransettlement.org | Hours: M-Thurs 8-9pm Fri 8-6pm
    55. RISE 990 Spring Garden St 7th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      RISE provides supportive services to individuals who have been previously convicted, sentenced and incarcerated. Through direct service and agency partnerships, RISE offers case management, substance misuse treatment, behavioral health services, educational services, vocational training, computer literacy and employment services. Phone: (215) 683-3370 , M-F, 9-5 | URL: rise.phila.gov | Email: aviva.kaminsky@phila.gov | Email: julian.garnett@phila.gov | Hours: M-F, 9-5 for scheduled appointments. Walk-in Hours: M-Th, 10-1 | Eligibility Requirements: Released from incarceration within the past 5 years and/or currently on probation/parole Philadelphia resident (with proof of residency) Not convicted of a sex offense or arson related charge
    56. Men United for a Better Philadelphia 3201 West Girard Ave The Hatfield House Philadelphia, PA 19130
      A grass roots organization of volunteers committed to reducing violence in the city of Philadelphia and other urban areas. Phone: (215) 475-0534 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/1MUBP | Email: 1mubp@groups.facebook.com
    57. MenzFit 1500 Walnut Street Suite 1306 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides professional interview clothing, career development and financial literacy services to low–income men with little formal education to assist them in finding employment and financial stability. Phone: 215-325-1885 | URL: www.menzfit.org/ | Email: info@menzfit.org | Target Group: Terminated or laid off workers, ex offenders, homeless, recovering substance abusers, the disabled, public assistance recipients and veterans
    58. The Workforce Institute 4111 Lancaster Avenue 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The Workforce Institute provides employment training, industry-recognized credentials, and supports to help job seekers secure and maintain meaningful employment. The Workforce Institute uses the STRIVE (Successful Training Results in Valued Employment) approach - a nationally-recognized work-readiness training program that helps participants learn the approaches and behaviors that will help them succeed in the workplace. The STRIVE model is rooted in the belief that every individual has the power to change his/her employment situation and often simply need the tools and supports to do so. STRIVE training involves five components: Attitudinal and Job Readiness Training; Skills Training; Support Services; Job Placement; Follow Up Phone: 215-568-9216 | URL: http://theworkforce-institute.org | Email: wjohnson@phmc.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm | Target Group: All job seekers, returning citizens, TANF and SNAP recipients, folks in recovery, long term unemployed | Fees: No charge to clients | Application Process: Interview, application form | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia resident, youth program served 14-24 year olds, adult program serves adults 25 and older | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: Not usually, classes start every six weeks | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: Transportation assistance is provided in most cases
    59. MONT CO. WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD PO Box 311 Norristown, PA 19404
      The goal of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and related workforce development programs is to increase the employment, retention, and earnings of individuals served; increase their occupational skill attainment; improve the quality of the workforce; reduce welfare dependency; and enhance the productivity and competitiveness of the nation. Phone: (610) 278-3000
    60. Montgomery County CareerLink 1855 New Hope St Norristown, PA 19401
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (610) 270-3429 | URL: www.cwds.state.pa.us
    61. Next Step Program: Congreso de Latinos Unidos 2800 N. American St. EWS Division Philadelphia, PA 19133
      The Next Step Program at Congreso de Latinos Unidos is for out-of-school youth ages 17-24 who have a high school diploma or GED. Next Step is a preparation and placement program for career and college. We offer: Application and Financial Aid assistance for industry-recognized certification courses; Workforce and college preparation classes; Financial assistance with transportation and college books/supplies; Job Readiness Training; College Placement; Job Placement; Free, on-site certification programs; Counseling; Assistance with Child Care and Housing opportunities. Phone: 215-763-8870 ext. 7226 | URL: www.congreso.net | Email: brunkerd@congreso.net | Spanish, French | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm | Fees: None | Application Process: Call or email with your request. | Eligibility Requirements: Must be ages 17-24, already have a high school diploma or GED | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: None
    62. Norris Square Family Center 1900 Orkney & Diamond Streets Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides assessment of skill level and job readiness, resume writing, job referral and follow-up. Phone: (215) 291-4896
    63. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation 444 North 3rd Street 5th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides services to prepare for, enter, engage in or retain employment. Phone: (215) 560-1900 | URL: www.state.pa.us
    64. Opportunity, Inc. 1016-1018 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Services include employment services for women.
    65. Orleans Technical Institute 2770 Red Lion Road Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Orleans Technical Institute has helped students from all walks of life move toward one common goal: learning new skills to enhance their success in the workforce. Whether you are new to the workforce, looking to upgrade your skills, or wanting to try something new and exciting, Orleans Technical Institute is committed to helping you meet your employment goals. We believe that intensive skills training is the key to finding and retaining employment in the competitive job market. Phone: (215) 728-4733 | URL: http://www.orleanstech.edu/home | Email: orleanstech@jevs.org
    66. CareerLink West Philadelphia 3901 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      PA CareerLink centers in Philadelphia help you prepare for and find a job regardless of your skill or educational level. No-cost services include: personalized job search assistance, job seeker workshops, networking groups, career counseling, skills and interest assessments, access to skills and occupational training, extensive job lead resources, computer resource center, programs to improve your skills in math, language and reading and enhance your computer skills. Those who qualify can receive advanced computer training and other job skills training. Phone: (215) 473-3630 | URL: http://www.pacareerlinkphl.org/ | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm
    67. CareerLink North Philadelphia 4261 N 5th St At Bristol St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      PA CareerLink centers in Philadelphia help you prepare for and find a job regardless of your skill or educational level. No-cost services include: personalized job search assistance, job seeker workshops, networking groups, career counseling, skills and interest assessments, access to skills and occupational training, extensive job lead resources, computer resource center, programs to improve your skills in math, language and reading and enhance your computer skills. Those who qualify can receive advanced computer training and other job skills training. Phone: (215) 967-9711 | URL: http://www.pacareerlinkphl.org/ | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm | ADAAccess: Fully accessible with adaptive computer equipment.
    68. CareerLink Northwest Philadelphia 5847 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      PA CareerLink centers in Philadelphia help you prepare for and find a job regardless of your skill or educational level. No-cost services include: personalized job search assistance, job seeker workshops, networking groups, career counseling, skills and interest assessments, access to skills and occupational training, extensive job lead resources, computer resource center, programs to improve your skills in math, language and reading and enhance your computer skills. Those who qualify can receive advanced computer training and other job skills training. Phone: (215) 987-6503 | URL: http://www.pacareerlinkphl.org/ | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm
    69. CareerLink Philadelphia Suburban Station 1617 JFK Boulevard One Penn Center at Suburban Station, 2nd floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      PA CareerLink centers in Philadelphia help you prepare for and find a job regardless of your skill or educational level. No-cost services include: personalized job search assistance, job seeker workshops, networking groups, career counseling, skills and interest assessments, access to skills and occupational training, extensive job lead resources, computer resource center, programs to improve your skills in math, language and reading and enhance your computer skills. Those who qualify can receive advanced computer training and other job skills training. Phone: (215) 557-2592 | URL: http://www.pacareerlinkphl.org/ | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm
    70. Painters D.C. 21 JACT 2190 Horning Road Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    71. PAR-Recycle Works 342 E Walnut Lane Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides employment and job skills for formerly incarcerated men and women working to recycle electronic waste and other recyclables. Office Phone 267-335-5455 , Tues - Thurs. | URL: http://par-recycleworks.org/ | Email: mimi@par-recycleworks.org | Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30AM-3:00PM | Target Group: Returning Citizens | Eligibility Requirements: Must have been incarcerated | Transportation: Reachable via public transportation
    72. Peopleshare 1601 Market Street 17th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Specializes in temp, temp-to-hire, and direct hire staffing in the clerical, light industrial, and financial sectors. Phone: (215) 988-0700 | URL: www.peopleshareworks.com
    73. Philabundance Community Kitchen 1981 North Woodstock Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      An adult culinary arts training program with a focus on life transformation. Includes skills training and job placement assistance. The program is free and is 14-weeks full-time. Transit is not provided. Aprons and jackets are provided. Average age 35. 80% have $11/hr jobs two months after graduation. Not open to individuals with sex or child-related crimes. Recruitment 215-235-5052 x127 Chef Instructor 215-235-5052 x129 | URL: https://www.philabundance.org/learn/about-us/programs/philabundance-community-kitchen/ | Email: sgraham@philabundance.org
    74. Philadelphia Brotherhood Rescue Mission 401 East Girard Avenue PO Box 29245 Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Provides a wide variety of outreach and empowerment services for homeless individuals and families. Phone: (267) 284-0405 | URL: http://pbrm.org/ | Email: info@pbrm.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5
    75. Philadelphia Development Disabilities Corporation: The Arc of Philadelphia 2350 West Westmoreland Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides vocational training, case management, job development and continued follow up. Phone: (215) 229-4550 | URL: www.arcpddc.org | Email: contact@arcpddc.org
    76. Philadelphia Housing Authority: Blumberg CareerLink 1516 Judson Way Family Self-Sufficiency Center - North Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (215) 684-4416 | Email: michael.kelly@pha.phila.gov, laVidajohnson@pha.phila.gov, keith.caldwell@pha.phila.gov, shelley.james@pha.phila.gov,
    77. Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation 1234 Market Street 17th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides one stop shop for free job and housing assistance. Offers experienced counseling staff who help with job referrals and placement with local employers and government agencies, job training referrals, housing referrals and assistance with homeownership and home repairs. Phone: (215) 448-3000 | URL: http://www.phdchousing.org/ | Email: guy.porcella@phila.gov
    78. Philadelphia Linkage Program/Action AIDS 1216 Arch Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides information on drug and alcohol treatment and education, and interviews/intake for employment services and health information. Phone: (215) 981-3327 | URL: http://actionaids.org/services/case-management/prison-program
    79. Philadelphia Works 1617 JFK Blvd 13th floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Philadelphia Works invests in and oversees programs that bring businesses and career seekers together and that help workers develop the skills they need to thrive in the workplace. Job seekers should visit the PA CareerLink® office nearest them for services. Phone: (215) 963-2100 | URL: http://www.philaworks.org/ | Email: info@philaworks.org
    80. Phila Opportunities Industrialization Center 1231 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc. is dedicated to the elimination of poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy to ensure a meaningful quality of life for families and individuals within the Philadelphia community. Phone: (215) 236-7700 | URL: http://philaoic.org/ | Email: jobs@philaoic.org
    81. PHS, The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society 100 North 20th Street 5th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides information on job training. Phone: (215) 988-8764 | URL: http://www.pennsylvaniahorticulturalsociety.org/ | Email: phs-info@pennhort.org
    82. Plasters Local 8 JATC 2535 Orthodox Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    83. Plumbers Local 690 JATC 2791 Southhampton Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    84. Programs Employing People 1200 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Serves people with intellectual disabilities with services including: employment services; adult day training, in-home and community habilitation; adult literacy and basic education. Phone: 215-389-4006 | URL: www.pepservices.org
    85. Project HOME: Honickman Learning Center 1936 North Judson Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The Center, located on the 1900 block of North Judson Street, runs programs which focus on the integration of technology with art, education and enterprise. Programs are tailored to help the residents of the community, both children and adults, move toward greater prosperity by increasing their educational and employment opportunities through comprehensive technology and literacy instruction. Phone: (215) 235-2900 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org/services/education/honickman.php | Email: reneemurdock@projecthome.org | Hours: 9 AM - 5 PM, Mon - Fri
    86. Public Welfare Department - Delaware County 701 Crosby Street Suite A Chester, PA 19013 845 Main Street Darby, PA 19023
      Resources include: cash assistance, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), help with child care, health care coverage, home heating assistance (LIHEAP), school meals, SelectPlan for Women and long-term living services. Delaware County Assistance Office Headquarters 610-447-5500 Darby District 610-461-3800 | URL: http://www.dhs.state.pa.us/findfacilsandlocs/countyassistanceofficecontactinformation/
    87. Public Welfare Department - Philadelphia County 801 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Resources include: cash assistance, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), help with child care, health care coverage, home heating assistance (LIHEAP), school meals, SelectPlan for Women and long-term living services. Philadelphia County Assistance Office Headquarters 215-560-7226 | URL: http://www.dhs.state.pa.us/findfacilsandlocs/countyassistanceofficecontactinformation/
    88. Ready, Willing, & Able 1211 Bainbridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides transitional work, occupational training, housing and support services for homeless individuals in Philadelphia. Ready, Willing & Able accepts homeless males, over the age of 18, who currently reside in emergency housing shelters funded by the City of Philadelphia's Office of Supportive Housing. Case managers in these facilities can work with interested clients in completing a transitional housing application. Phone: (215) 732-3781 | URL: http://www.rwaphiladelphia.org/ | Email: matwood@doe.org
    89. Reinforced Iron Workers 405 JATC 2433 Reed Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    90. Roofers Local 30 JATC 6447 Torresdale Ave Philadelphia, PA 19135
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    91. Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 JATC 1301 South Columbus Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19135
      Provides Apprenticeship Programs.
    92. Social Work p.r.n. 7241 Hollywood Road Fort Washington, PA 19034
      Specializes in providing hospitals, mental health facilities and addiction treatment settings with qualified and experienced social workers on a temporary, temp to hire or direct hire basis. Phone: 215-641-2311 | URL: www.swprn.com | Email: rob@swprn.com
    93. Southern Lehigh Action Council 2213 Sergeant St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Helps people who are at risk of eviction or homelessness, and people who have received notices of shut off from a utility company, due to insufficient income. Provides case management, emergency housing, and job development assistance Phone: (215) 229-2828
    94. Southwest Community Development Corporation 6328 Paschall Ave Philadelphia, PA 19142
      Provides housing counseling, utility costs assistance, economic planning, and employment counseling for low-income individuals and families Phone: (215) 729-0800 | URL: www.southwestcdc.org | Email: donnah@southwestcdc.org | Email: jobhelp@southwestcdc.org
    95. Sprinkler Fitters Local 692 JATC 14002 McNulty Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides Apprenticeship Programs.
    96. Staffing Plus 551 W Lancaster Ave Haverford, PA 19041
      Provides healthcare staffing services to a wide and varied client base. Provides temporary, per diem, temp-to-hire and permanent professionals to meet staffing needs. Phone: 610-525-4000 Phone: 800-550-9212 | URL: www.staffingplus.com
    97. Staffmore 2275 Bridge Street Building #5; B-132 Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides behavioral health organizations with temporary, per diem, temp-to-hire and permanent professionals to meet staffing needs. Phone: 215-772-0101 | URL: www.staffmore.com
    98. Steamfitters Local 420 JATC 14420 Townsend Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides Apprenticeship Programs.
    99. TAIG 4700 Wissahickon Ave Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      TAIG has enabled people with disabilities to live successful, fulfilling lives in the communities and neighborhoods of Philadelphia. TAIG cares for individuals with mental retardation, mental illness, addictions, and various co-occurring conditions. Phone: (215) 320-2040 | URL: http://www.taiginc.org/index.php
    100. The Employment Project 146 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (215) 923-1694 | Email: Lenci1@aol.com
    101. The Guild with City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program 1727-29 Mount Vernon Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The Guild program is a 10-week apprenticeship program in which Guild participants are mentored by professionals and trained in industries that connect with Mural Arts activities, such as Wall and Mural Preparation and Restoration, Building Repair, Mosaic Tiling and Masonry, Landscaping, and Carpentry. Workshops and apprenticeships also prepare inmates, participants and young adults on probation for successful re-integration into their communities by focusing on the development of general employment readiness skills like public speaking, customer service, personal finance, and preparation for job applications and interviews. Phone: 215-685-0756 | URL: www.muralarts.org | Email: robyn.buseman@muralarts.org
    102. The Society for Employment and Equal Rights 21 S 12th Street Suite 700 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (215) 525-0460
    103. Tradeswomen of Purpose/Women in Non-Traditional Work, Inc. 2300 Alter Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides free 7 to 9 month program teaching low income women construction building skills. No fee required. Phone: (215) 545-3700
    104. VA Regional Office and Insurance Center 5000 Wissahickon Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office & Insurance Center (VAROIC) in Philadelphia is one of 58 offices throughout the country dedicated to serving Veterans and their dependents. We process claims for Compensation, Pension, Death Benefits, Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment and Life Insurance. We can also help you apply for Education benefits and Home Loans. The VAROIC also hosts nationwide call centers for both Insurance and Pension Management, and we are one of eight national call centers for other Veterans benefits. Phone: (800) 827-1000 | URL: http://www.vba.va.gov/ro/philly/
    105. Veterans Upward Bound Program 3933 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides education/career assistance, tutoring, computer training, and academic instructions to veterans free of charge. Phone: (215) 898-6892 | URL: http://www.navub.org/ | Email: dsbell@uwm.edu
    106. Why Not Prosper, Inc. 717 Chelten Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19404 719 East Chelten Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The mission of Why Not Prosper, Inc. is to help women in the PA prison system discover their own strength by providing them with the support and resources that will empower them to become responsible, economically self-sufficient and contributing members of the community. Programs and Services Offered: 1) Housing: 6-12 Months, the housing program helps the client find employment, maintain sobriety, and reunite with their family. 2) Expungement assistance 3) Pre-Release and Post-Release Mentoring 4) Employment Mentoring 5) Resource Center @Germantown: Resource Center, clothing closet, computer lab, and other services available to female ex-offenders. Hours Tuesday thru Thursday 10:00 am-2:00 pm 6) Graphic Arts Classes: Class which teaches clients how to create graphic tee shirts. Thursdays only. 7) Teleservice: For Montgomery County residents only. (610)-907-0195. 8) Leadership & Advocacy Work Shops: Call for appointments. 9) Domestic Violence Workshops: Call for appointments. This listing was updated by the PA Prison Society Phone: (215) 842-2360 | URL: http://www.whynotprosper.org/ | Email: whynotprosper@aol.com | Target Group: Female Ex-offenders | Fees: 400 per month for housing (referrals for funding available) | Eligibility Requirements: Female Ex-offenders
    107. WIRES Walk-in Reentry Services 2553 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides walk-in reentry services including job/resume help, insurance and benefits help, resource referrals, college application help, drug treatment, and ID help. Phone: 267-394-7372 | Email: cjb.upenn@gmail.com | Hours: Tuesdays: 5:30pm-7:30pm
    108. Women's Resource Center 113 W Wayne Ave Wayne, PA 19087
      Services include: Information & Referral, Legal Services, Counseling, Career Services, Girls' Leadership, Parenting Support, Women Veterans Initiative Phone: 610-687-6391 | URL: http://womensresourcecenter.net/
    109. X-Offenders Empowerment 2227 N Broad street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Helping ex-offenders (not on probation or parole) find employment and reintegrate in to the community, has monthly meetings at African-American United Fund. Mobilizing the community to address issues threatening healthy family and community life, and to reduce recidivism. Phone: (215) 668-8477 | URL: http://www.x-offenders.org/ | Email: jacobs19132@yahoo.com
  6. Faith-Based Programs

    1. ACHIEVEAbility 21 South 61st Street Philadelphia, PA 19139 35 N 60th Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Helps low income, single parent, formerly homeless families achieve long-term self-sufficiency. Programs and Services offered: 1) Family Services Sufficiency Program, enabling homeless, single parent families to further their education to the post secondary level. 2) Community Referral services 3) Utility Assistance, for households with gas and water shut off notices 4) Security Deposit/Rent Assistance for households with eviction notices 5) Tax Preparation 6) Spring Youth Activities for children ages 7-17 Phone: (215) 748-8800 | URL: www.achieveability.org | Email: info@achieveability.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5 | Target Group: Varies, depending on program | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Must meet certain grant tiers, be willing to go to school, pass tests, and be eligible for financial aid for the Self Sufficiency Progam.
    2. Addiction Medicine & Health Advocates 928 Market St Suite 2 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      AMHA provides specialized state-of-the-art evidenced-based substance abuse treatment, which is continuously responsive to the needs of the patients and their families. Phone: (215) 923-4202 | URL: http://www.amhainc.org/index.html | Email: rholmes@amhainc.org
    3. African Family Health Organization
      The African Family Health Organization (AFAHO). AFAHO works to address an unmet need among members of the African and Caribbean immigrant and refugee communities in the greater Philadelphia area who experience difficulties accessing health and human services due to cultural, geographic, linguistic, and other barriers. Phone: 215-546-1232 | URL: http://www.afaho.net/ | Email: afaho@earthlink.net | French | Mandingo | Woloff | Dioula | Bambara | and Haitian Creole
    4. AIDS Care Group 2304 Edgemont Ave Chester, PA 19013
      The AIDS Care Group is a non-profit organization that provides medical care, dental care, and social services to uninsured and underinsured minority residents of Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Phone: 610-872-9101 | URL: www.aidscaregroup.org
    5. Al-Anon/Alateen
      A program based on the 12 steps of Alcoholic Anonymous for family and friends affected by someone else's drinking. Phone: 888-425-2666 | URL: www.al-anon.org
    6. Alcoholics Anonymous - Sepia Home 444 N 3rd St Suite 3 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      SEPIA covers the Southeastern Pennsylvania area, including the city of Philadelphia and the surrounding counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery.  Our primary purpose is to carry the message of recovery to the alcoholic who still suffers. Phone: 215-923-7900 | URL: www.sepennaa.org
    7. Alcoholics Anonymous - Upper Darby 7109 West Chester Pike Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Alcoholism Treatment Program Phone: (610) 352-9897 | URL: www.aa.org/
    8. Aldie Counseling Center: Doylestown 11 Weldon Drive Doylestown, PA 18901
      Aldie Counseling Center offers a full continuum of outpatient services for the people of Bucks County and surrounding communities whose lives have been affected by alcohol or other drugs. Aldie meets clients where they are, whether a person is just beginning to wonder if drinking or drug use is becoming a problem, or whether a person has a long history of addiction -- Aldie's doors are open to all. Services offered: Assessment Traditional Outpatient Pharmacotherapy Mobile Engagement Services Peer Support Co-Occurring Services Transitional Housing (Our residential program.) Tobacco Treatment Gambling Recovery Programs and Services Offered: 1) Assessment: 1 Hour talk with a trained assessor, questionnaire about your substance abuse, living situation, family, employment, medical history, post treatment, possibly urine samples, and a recommendation of the appropriate level of care needed, and referrals. 2) Group, Individual, and Family Therapy. 3) Medication Assisted Therapy: 1-2 weeks of Methadone treatment and therapy. 4) Aldie Evening Recovery Program: four 2-3 hour group therapy sessions per week, two individual/family counseling sessions per week, weekend self help groups. 5) Mobile Engagement Services: Professional intervention, home visits, employment coordination, transportation services, for people with addictions. 6) Peer Support: Aldie's employees befriend and share their experiences with people in recovery; this provides an added layer of support. 7) Co-Occurring Services: Evaluation of symptoms of co-occurring mental health issues and prescriptions to alleviate symptoms. 8) Recovery House: Criteria: -detox, -gain vocational training and employment,- commit for six months, -appropriate behavior, -apply for fundraising, medical expenses paid, -random urine samples, applicable fees, no outstanding balance, -no serious, untreated mental health disorders, -client cannot be on mood altering medications unless prescribed by aldie. Other services include: referral to treatment, case management, connection to employment/training, therapeutic house groups, drug and alcohol free, safe environment which supports sobriety. 9) Tobacco Treatment Program 10) Gambling recovery program. Phone: (215) 345-8530 | URL: http://www.aldie.org/ | Translation Services Available | Hours: Mon-Thrs 6-am-9pm | Fees: Varies | Eligibility Requirements: Varies
    9. Aldie Counseling Center: West Langhorne 2291 Cabot Blvd West Langhorne, PA 19047
      Aldie Counseling Center offers a full continuum of outpatient services for the people of Bucks County and surrounding communities whose lives have been affected by alcohol or other drugs. Aldie meets clients where they are, whether a person is just beginning to wonder if drinking or drug use is becoming a problem, or whether a person has a long history of addiction -- Aldie's doors are open to all. Services offered: Assessment Traditional Outpatient Pharmacotherapy Mobile Engagement Services Peer Support Co-Occurring Services Transitional Housing (Our residential program.) Tobacco Treatment Gambling Recovery Phone: (215) 642-3230 | URL: http://www.aldie.org/
    10. American Red Cross 23rd and Chestnut Streets Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The Southeastern Pennsylvania (SEPA) Chapter of the American Red Cross is part of the largest and most diverse service organization in the United States. We serve nearly 4 million people in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties. We provide food and shelter in emergencies, assist members of our armed forces and their families, teach lifesaving skills, and more. All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people Phone: (215) 686-6783 | URL: www.redcross-philly.org
    11. Amnion Crisis Pregnancy Center 944 Haverford Ave Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 2251 Garrett Road Upper Darby, PA 19026
      Crisis pregnancy center. Bryn Mawr 610-525-1557 Upper Darby 610-622-9957
    12. APM Community Health Center 3263 N Front St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      APM provides comprehensive services in the areas of Health, Human Services and Community and Economic Development. All APM programs and services do not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, race, sexual preference, national origin, or ability to pay. Phone: (215) 739-4950 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org | Email: info@apmphila.org
    13. Archdiocese of Philadelphia
      Early childhood and parenting of teens (fee based) through the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Call for locations and schedule. Phone: 610-660-9002
    14. Asbestos Workers Local 14 JATC 2014 Horning Road Suite 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    15. Augustinian Defenders of the Rights of the Poor (ADROP) Unity Health Clinic 1400 Lombard St Health Center #1 Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides basic medical services and screening to the public free of charge with an appointment (walk-ins are discouraged). The facility has limited medication on site and is also a Villanova University practitioner site for its school of nursing. Hours: Tues 5pm-9pm. | URL: www.rightsofthepoor.org/UnityHealthClinic | Email: jedeegan@comcast.net, dlong02@villanova.edu
    16. Back to Society, Inc. PO Box 15300 Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Provides children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, finance/budgeting, health, legal services, re-entry services. Phone: (267) 902-3866 | Email: back2societyinc@yahoo.com
    17. Baker Industries 184 Pennsylvania Avenue Malvern, PA 19355 3506 F Street Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Baker Industries is a nonprofit work program for adults who are on parole or probation, in recovery, homeless, or have a diagnosed disability. Must bring 2 forms of valid picture ID. (Ask for Beth) (610) 296-9795 Ask for Maurice (215)-291-5700 | URL: http://bakerindustries.org/ | Email: info@bakerindustries.org | Spanish | Spanish | Hours: Mon - Fri 8-4 | Target Group: Adults | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Must be one of the following: Coming out of prison, on probation, on parole, or recovering from substance abuse, homeless, or have a diagnosed disability. | Transportation: Malvern location is near the regional train
    18. Behavioral Health Special Initiative (BHSI) 801 Market St 7th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The mission of the Behavioral Health Special Initiative (BHSI) Program is to provide assessments, referrals and funding support for persons who are uninsured or underinsured with substance abuse problems and who can access licensed treatment programs. Under the umbrella title of BHSI, the Program manages several state and local funding allocations, the largest of which is the Behavioral Health Special Initiative. Programmatically BHSI operates under the auspices of the City's Office of Addiction Services (OAS), a component of the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health/MRS through a contract with PMHCC. Phone: (215) 546-1200 | URL: http://www.bhsi-dbhids.org/
    19. Bibleway Baptist Church 1323 North 52nd St Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 477-0778 | URL: http://www.biblewaybaptist.org/ | Email: info@biblewaybaptist.org
    20. Bible Way Baptist Church: Food 1323 North 52nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Provides emergency food services. Phone: (215) 477-0778 | URL: www.biblewaybaptist.org | Email: info@biblewaybaptist.org | Target Group: PH
    21. Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania 3937 Chestnut Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides children and family services including mentoring for children Phone: (267) 773-4100 | URL: http://www.bbbssepa.org/ | Email: Bigs@bbbssepa.org
    22. Blind Relief Fund of Philadelphia 551 Walnut Lane Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Provides funds for fuel, utilities, rent and social security deposits. Programs and Services: 1) Telephone Visitor: Calls Clients to check on their emotional, physical and financial condition. 2) Home Visitor: The Home Visitor meets in the home of the clients to assess a complete lifestyle picture from a financial, mental/physical health, living condition, and social support perspective. The Home Visitor provides visual services: prepare bills, read mail, insurance forms, and government paper work. 3) Financial Assistance: Provides food coupons, furniture, appliances, canes, watches, telephones, clothing, assistance with utilities, fuel oil, rent, glasses, minor home repair medication. 4) Transportation: Escorts clients to donors food stores, clothing stores, etc. 5) Social Activities This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prison Society. Phone: (215) 487-1444 | URL: www.blindrelieffund.org | Email: brfop@aol.com | Eligibility Requirements: Must be legally blind.
    23. Bowling Green Brandywine PO Box 787 1375 Newark Road Kennett Square, PA 19348
      The following are among the many highlights and benefits of addiction treatment at Bowling Green Brandywine: Detox Services: For clients who have not stopped using prior to entering treatment, Provides on-site medically supervised detox. This process allows you to rid your body of the substance to which you have become addicted without experiencing dangerous or painful withdrawal symptoms. Comprehensive Intake Assessment: All clients undergo a thorough assessment, including a medical and psychological evaluation, to ensure that you receive the level and quality of care that is best suited to your unique needs. Residential Care: their initial 30-day residential phase is a highly structured experience that is designed to provide the solid foundation upon which you will build a healthier and happier life free from the chains of addiction. Partial Treatment: Clients who can benefit from this step-down level of care receive group, individual counseling, lectures, relapse prevention, medication management and 12-step education five to seven days a week during the morning and early afternoon. Family Program: Addiction impacts the entire family, and successful recovery often depends upon an effective support network. their family program helps loved ones address the ways in which they were affected by the addicted individual, and also prepares them to serve as sources of support following treatment. Phone: (888) 307-6237 | URL: http://bowlinggreenbrandywine.crchealth.com/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    24. Bricklayers Local 1 2706 Black Lake Place Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides apprenticeship programs. Phone: 1-888-880-222 | URL: http://www.bacweb.org/ | Email: Askbac@bacweb.org | English | Español | Français
    25. Broad Street Ministry
      Provides programs and services persons who are experiencing: issues with housing and/or homelessness; poverty and hunger; challenges that come with a criminal record; drug-and-alcohol abuse; persistent medical or mental health hardships. Services include: emergency shelter and basic needs; housing assistance; obtaining personal ID; job search; meals, a secure, private mailing address. Michael McKee, Concierge Services 215-735-4847 ext 116 | URL: broadstreethospitality.org | Email: conciergeservices@broadstreetministry.org | Spanish
    26. Bucks County CareerLink 1260 New Rodgers Road Bristol, PA 19007
      Computer resource area with internet access and staff assistance. Referrals to job openings and other education job/career goal resources. Variety of job search skill and computer literacy workshops offered on site. Registration required and available in person or on-line at www.cwds.state.pa.us Phone: (215) 781-1073 | URL: http://www.cwds.state.pa.us/ | Email: nbrewer@buckscareerlink.org
    27. Bureau of Workforce Development Partnership Contact Directory
      Links to PA Career link, with comprehensive physical locations where at least 3 mandated partner services are located, where core services are available, and where to access other mandated programs carried out by One-Stop Partners Programs/Services Offered 1)Directory to all One-Stop Partners 2)Provides locations and contact information for all organizations affiliated with PA CareerLink 3)Provides names of those in charge and who to contact for each organization site | URL: http://www.paworkforce.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/contact_directory/14666
    28. Career Educational Pathways 115 Penn Blvd East Lansdowne, PA 19050
      Career Educational Pathways is a resource site that provides career information and workshops for people interested in working in the areas of health education and hospitality. cell 267-232-7289 | URL: www.careereducationalpathways.com/ | Email: careerfolks@gmail.com | Target Group: Ages 16-65
    29. CAREER LINK Pennsylvania 1855 New Hope St Norristown, PA 19401
      The Career Link Pennsylvania program helps people with resume writing and interviewing skills. It also provides information on companies that are actively hiring in the area. For more specific information on the type of work or training program you are looking for, go to the website and choose the field of interest you wish to search for. Career Link of Pennsylvania has several convenient office locations throughout Montgomery County. If you are interested in career assistance (finding a job, looking for a better job, improving job skills) or seeking vocational rehabilitation services, CWDS enables you to search for job openings, create a résumé, apply for jobs online, research career information or request vocational rehabilitation services. Use any of the following links to get more details. | URL: www.cwds.state.pa.us
    30. Caring People Alliance: Fels South Philadelphia Community Center 2407 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Focuses on giving parents the skills to deal with child non-compliance, day care, mentors and parent respite. Phone: (215) 218-0800 | URL: http://www.caringpeoplealliance.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10:fels-s.. | Email: info@caringpeoplealliance.org
    31. Carpenters JAC of Phila. & Vicinity 10401 Decatur Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides apprenticeship programs. Mobile 267 668-9813 | Email: Imadbynum24@gmail.com
    32. Casa De Consejera y Salud Integral, Inc. 213 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides the Latino families and others living in North Philadelphia with an agency specialized on counseling and social services that helps every member of the family to use their capabilities and abilities to the maximum in the psychological, social, cultural, educational and spiritual areas through the use of the holistic approach. Phone: (215) 634-3259 | Hours: Mon-Tue 9am-8pm W-F 9-5pm
    33. Catholic Social Services - Springfield 240 N Springfield Road Springfield, PA 19018 130 E 7th Street Chester, PA 19013
      Provides family, marital, and individual counseling on a sliding fee scale. Phone: 610-626-6550/6559 Phone: 610-876-9183 | URL: cssphiladelphia.org
    34. Cement Masons & Plasters Local 592 JATF 2501 Synder Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    35. Center for Addictive Disease (CAD) 401 Pilgrim Lane Suite 103 Drexel Hill, PA 19026
      Substance abuse assessments, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents. Accepts medical assistance & other insurances. Phone: 888-CARE-898 | URL: http://www.mainlinehealth.org/addiction
    36. Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) 245 North Broad Street Suite 300 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) is a non-profit organization that specializes in job placement for ex-offenders. Our four-step model has been proven to reduce recidivism among high-risk populations including young ex-offenders (18-24), individuals with violent felonies on their record and individuals who have been released from prison within the past 90 days. Main 215-309-7220 | URL: http://ceoworks.org/our-offices/philadelphia-pa/ | Hours: 9:00 to 4:00pm Monday - Friday | Target Group: Recently Released Parolees | Fees: $0 | Eligibility Requirements: Currently on Parole
    37. Center for Family Health at Upper Darby 5 S State Rd Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Center for Family Health at Upper Darby Phone: (610) 352-6585 | URL: www.crozerkeystone.org/
    38. CHANCES 1200 Callowhill Street Suite 102 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Intensive Outpatient and outpatient facility for women with or without children. On-site childcare, lunch and transporataion are provided. Areas of focus include: Substance abuse education, Recovery-maintenance skills, Trauma, Parenting, Emotions management and coping skills, Life skills and GED. Also provide individual therapy and psychiatric services, including medication management. Admissions (215) 923-0218 x5228 | URL: http://www.phmc.org/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=15&Itemid=501 | Email: cgreen@phmc.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5 | Target Group: Women and Women with children | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Medical assistance | Service Wait: 2-3 days | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: Bus passes provided.
    39. ChesPenn Health Services - Eastside 125 East 9th Street Chester, PA 19013
      ChesPenn Health Services, Inc. is a network of non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) that provides comprehensive primary and preventive care and social services to medically underserved families and individuals on a sliding scale. ChesPenn Health Services strives to meet the unique health needs in its communities in linguistically and culturally competent ways. Phone: 610-872-6131 | URL: http://www.chespenn.com/
    40. ChesPenn Health Services - West 2600 W 9th St Chester, PA 19013
      ChesPenn Health Services, Inc. is a network of non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) that provides comprehensive primary and preventive care and social services to medically underserved families and individuals on a sliding scale. ChesPenn Health Services strives to meet the unique health needs in its communities in linguistically and culturally competent ways. Phone: 610-859-2059 | URL: http://www.chespenn.com/ | Email: susan.spragins@chespenn.org
    41. Chester County CareerLink 250 East Harmony St Coatesville, PA 19320
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (610) 384-9393 | URL: www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us
    42. Child Care Information Services (CCIS) 20 South 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Provides child care subsidies and serves children from birth to 13 years whose parents are employed and meet eligibility guidelines. Also, funding is available for teen parents to complete their high school education. Fees are based on family size and income. Phone: (610) 713-2115 | URL: http://www.dhs.state.pa.us/findfacilsandlocs/childcareinformationservices/index.htm
    43. Children's Hospital Family Clinic 3350 Market St 2nd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Promotes an environment that recognizes adolescents' need for confidentiality and trust, while also including collaboration with family members and significant others. Teens learn to practice self-advocacy to prepare them for successful transition to adult healthcare. Phone: (215) 590-2965 | URL: http://www.chop.edu/index.html
    44. CHOICE 1233 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107 PO Box 40835 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides: children and family services, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol treatment, education, health information, re-entry services, and reproductive health information. Phone: (215) 985-3356 x 124 | Email: info@choice-phila.org
    45. City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program 1729 Mt Vernon Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      City of Philadelphia Mural Arts, with support from the Ford Foundation, presented the Arts and Criminal Justice Symposium on April 27th, 2012, a forum for organizations and practitioners to share program findings, learn from others in the field, seek partnerships, and reduce institutional obstructions between non-profits, academia, and the criminal justice field to foster a climate of collaboration and mutual learning. Phone: (215) 685-0756 | URL: http://muralarts.org/ | Email: info@muralarts.org
    46. Community Action Agency of Delaware County
      Provides employment and life skills training, and emergency housing, utility, shelter, and food assistance. Chester Office 610-874-8451 Darby Office 610-583-9133 Phone: 610-891-5101 | URL: www.caadc.org
    47. Community Women's Education Project 2801 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides a free, intensive program designed for adults who need to work and are not sure what kind of job or training they need. Provides Adult Basic Education with a career exploration component that gives students the opportunity to select an internship at a local business or non-profit agency in the Kensington/Frankford area. Work start will also help TANF recipients with their independent job search. Programs/Services Offered 1)Provides job training 2)Career Exploration a.Gives students different opportunities to select an internship or job 3)Improve the life skills a.Adult basic education exploration 4)Help a family/working women sustain wages 5)Achieve self sufficiency a.Providing a continuum of education and supportive services This Listing was updated by the PA Prison Society. Phone: (215) 426-2200 | URL: http://www.cwep.org/home0.aspx
    48. Congresso de Latinos Unidos 216 W Somerset St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      All inclusive services with emphasis on helping the Latino Community. All services are fully Bilingual(English and Spanish). Call main general number to be transferred to appropriate help. Phone: (215) 763-8870 | URL: http://www.congreso.net/site/ | Spanish | Hours: M-F 8-30-5 | Target Group: Residents of North Philadelphia and East Police Division
    49. Connection Training Services 2233 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides information about education opportunities and job training. Phone: (215) 320-5529 | URL: http://www.ctstraining.org/
    50. Covenant House Health Services 251 East Bringhurst Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Covenant House Inc. is committed to provide comprehensive health services, primarily to individuals and families residing in the Greater Germantown communities and Northwest Philadelphia. These services will be provided without discrimination and with careful attention to physical, social and emotional health. Phone: (215) 844-1020 | URL: http://covenanthousehealth.org/
    51. Crozer Center Community Hospital Division 2600 West 9th Street Chester, PA 19013
      Base service unit & anchor provider. Substance abuse assessments. Phone: 610-497-7700 Substance Abuse Assessments 610-497-7223
    52. Delaware County CareerLink 710 Crosby St Chester, PA 19013
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (910) 447-3350 | URL: www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us
    53. Delaware County Pregnancy Center 2508 Edgmont Avenue Chester, PA 19013
      Services include limited medical services, counseling, abortion information, referrals, post abortion support, on going pregnancy support, adoption information, parenting education program. Phone: (610) 872-2229
    54. Department of Public Welfare (DPW): Pennsylvania County Assistance Offices
      List of Assistance offices by county. Includes phone #s, addresses, and LIHEAP contacts | URL: http://www.dpw.state.pa.us/findfacilsandlocs/countyassistanceofficecontactinformation/index.htm
    55. Division of Adult Services 20 South 69th Street 3rd Floor Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Provides and coordinates and variety of services to eligible families and individuals including case management, rent and utility assistance, emergency shelter, transitional housing. Phone: 610-713-2365
    56. Eagleville Hospital: Drug Programs 100 Eagleville Road Eagleville, PA 19408 PO Box 45 Eagleville, PA 19408
      Eagleville offers a variety of hospital and non-hospital residential programs. These services are provided in a multi-disciplinary environment that attends to the related medical, mental health and social problems of individuals with substance use disorders. Phone: (800) 255-2019 | URL: http://www.eaglevillehospital.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    57. EDSI: Philadelphia NCP Program 100 South Broad St Suite 1210 Philadelphia, PA 19110
      The Non-Custodial Parent Program assists unemployed parents who are required to pay child support in obtaining and retaining full-time employment. The NCP Program provides participants with the tools to become self-sufficient and increases the ability for parents to provide for themselves and their families. Some of the tools provided include career counseling, job readiness classes, job placement, goal setting, ongoing contact with a career counselor, and additional specialized training. Referrals are received from the Philadelphia Family Court office. Phone: 215-564-0015 | URL: http://www.edsisolutions.com/locations/view/36
    58. Emergency Shelter Allowance Program (ESA) 801 Market St 5th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Assists individuals and families who are homeless or near homeless and need financial assistance to prevent eviction or foreclosure, obtain permanent housing or temporary shelter. One grant per 12-month period. This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prison Society. Phone: (215) 560-1976 | URL: http://www.dpw.state.pa.us/foradults/cashassistance/emergencyshelterallowanceesa/index.htm | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Eligibility Requirements: -Homelessness or neear homeless individuals and families -Proof of emergency and cost to stop it - proof that an ESA will solve the problem
    59. Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church 2800 Cheltenham Ave Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Provides children and family services, mentoring, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol support groups, GED education, employment referrals, legal/reentry services. Phone: (215) 276-7200 ext. 1009 | URL: http://enontab.org | Email: acolley@enontab.org
    60. Esperanza Health Center 3156 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Private, non-profit group practice in Latino/a community. Offers bilingual, culturally sensitive primary medical care, including HIV/AIDS services, care coordination, counseling and HIV testing. Phone: (215) 831-1100 | URL: http://www.esperanzahealthcenter.org/ | Email: info@esperanzahealth.com
    61. Ex Offender Employer Database by County
      Provides listings by county of potential employers for Ex-Offenders Phone: 717-921-8540 | URL: http://www.scmpa.com/employers.htm | Email: secondchanceministries@verizon.net
    62. Fairmount Primary Care Center 1412-22 Fairmount Ave Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Offers HIV-antibody testing, primary care, case management, health education and nutrition counseling for people at risk and living with HIV/AIDS Phone: (215) 235-9600 | URL: http://www.dvch.org/dvch/Locations/FairmountPrimaryCareCenter/tabid/100/language/en-US/Default.aspx | Hours: Monday 8:00 am ? 6:30 pm Tuesday 8:00 am ? 5:00 pm Wednesday 8:00 am ? 5:00 pm Thursday 7:30 am ? 5:00 pm Friday 8:00 am ? 5:00 pm
    63. FEMA: Emergency Rental and Mortgage and Utilities Assistance 2029 South 8th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Covers one current month of rent, mortgage or utility payment provided an emergency is present that warrants approval. Based on income level. No fees. Phone: (215) 467-8700
    64. Fisherman Ministries and Outreach PO Box 1013 Southampton, PA 18966
      Provides adult education and employment services. Phone: (215) 322-0587 | URL: http://www.eph67.org/ | Email: info@eph67.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    65. Frankford Avenue Health Center 4501 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides both general medical and dental care. Phone: (215) 744-1302 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org
    66. Frankford Group Ministry 4620 Griscom Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Serves as intake site for utility assistance requests. Contact number listed above to identify if you are in a correct zip code. Phone: (215) 744-2990
    67. Free Library of Philadelphia: Central Branch 1901 Vine St Suite 111 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides a resource center where adults can get help writing a resume and cover letter. Also, adults can find information on careers. Programs & Services: Whether you’re looking for a new direction, education, or a fun diversion, our Library programs can help you take the first step. We offer something special for every age and interest. Phone: (215) 686-5322 | URL: http://libwww.freelibrary.org/
    68. Friends Neighborhood Guild 701 North 8th Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Serves as intake site for utility assistance requests. Contact number listed above to identify if you are in a correct zip code. Phone: (215) 923-1544 | URL: http://www.friendsguild.net/ | Email: nec@friendsguild.net
    69. Gaudenzia: Concept 90 124 East Azalea Drive Harrisburg, PA 17110
      Gaudenzia's Concept 90 program was established to meet the treatment needs of individuals seeking recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Phone: (717) 232-3232 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    70. Gaudenzia: Kindred House 1030 South Concord Rd Box 352 West Chester, PA 19380
      Inpatient for women and children. Pregnant/parenting women. If busy, call back. Phone: (610) 399-6571 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: 24 Hours a Day
    71. Gaudenzia: New Image 1300 E Tulpehocken Street Philadelphia, PA 19138
      Gaudenzia offers programs to best serve the needs of their diverse and ever-changing client population. Phone: (215) 924-6322 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    72. Gaudenzia Outreach I 1306 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Gaudenzia offers programs to best serve the needs of their diverse and ever-changing client population. Phone: (215) 235-5200 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Mon -Thurs 9-8 Fri 9-5
    73. Gaudenzia Outreach II 39 East School House Lane Philadelphia, PA 19138
      Gaudenzia offers programs to best serve the needs of their diverse and ever-changing client population. Phone: (215) 849-7200 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Mon-Thur 9-8 Fri 9-5
    74. Gaudenzia People With Hope 1306 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides inpatient services for men and women who are HIV positive. Phone: (215) 413-8268 x246 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: 24 Hours A Day
    75. Gaudenzia ReEntry 5401 Wayne Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Halfway House for Men Only this location also serves as a step-down (IOP only). Phone: (215) 438-5082 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: 24 Hours A Day
    76. Gaudenzia: Together For Women 1306 Spring Garden Street 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides services for women who are chronically and persistently mentally ill with a history of substance abuse. Phone: (215) 238-2163 x230 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    77. Gaudenzia: Together House Men 1306 Spring Garden Street 3rd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides services for men who are chronically and persistently mentally ill with a history of substance abuse. Phone: (215) 238-2163 x230 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    78. Gaudenzia West Chester 1030 S Concord Road West Chester, PA 19380
      Provides inpatient services for men and women. Phone: (610) 399-6929 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Residential 24 hrs
    79. Gearing Up 1213 Vine St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Gearing Up program is designed to meet the physical, emotional and social needs of women involved, while teaching the practical skills necessary to integrate biking into their lifestyle. To remain in the program, women must meet expectations including remaining drug and alcohol free, consistent attendance, following rules of the road, and maintaining respect for program rules. Gearing Up staff and volunteers provide positive reinforcement for progressive change exhibited by women in the program. Following up on the commitment to ride at a scheduled time, persisting to make it up a hill, or getting back on the bike after a hard ride are some of the lessons learned while riding a bike with Gearing Up. These lessons can be transferred into skills used to become self-sufficient by sustaining sobriety, maintaining job responsibilities and creating a healthy and safe community. Phone: (215) 839-9081 | Email: kristin@gearing-up.org, kaelin@gearing-up.org
    80. Gibson Foundation 3339 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Recovery house that accepts individuals on medication assisted treatment for addiction (methadone maintenance). 3 male houses/3 female houses available. Phone: (215) 291-9420
    81. Goldman Clinic 801 Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides methadone maintenance and offers community court and treatment court services. Phone: (215) 787-2075 | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    82. Gordon-Wright Community Development Center 2340 Oakdale St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      HIV Testing and counseling, drug and alcohol treatment/referrals. Also, provides a education/workforce re-entry program and transitional housing for men, and a computer training center. Phone: (215) 915-2081 | Email: wrightmrvee@aol.com
    83. Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Service Center (GPASS) 4943 North 5th st Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Services Center (GPASS) serves the needs of Philadelphians citywide, with emphasis upon the Logan and Olney communities. Working in collaboration with residents and neighborhood organizations GPASS promotes individual and community empowerment and provides quality social service and health programs. GPASS offers substance abuse treatment, medication assisted treatment, DUI counseling, Problem Gambling Counseling, emergency energy assistance, housing counseling, budget/credit counseling, and rental assistance among many other social services. Phone: (215) 456-1662 | URL: http://www.gpasspa.org/ | Email: jbeecroft@gpasspa.org | Cambodian | Korean | Vietnamese | French | Spanish | Hours: 9-8Mon-Friday Appt on Sat | Target Group: Forensic, Low-Income, Men, Women, Families | Fees: Private Insurance Public Assistance Sliding Scale Non-Traditional Options | Service Wait: Less than one week | Transportation: Accessible via the 47 Bus
    84. Greater Philadelphia Health Action 432 N 6th Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      GPHA has been serving the area for over 40 years and has provided a continuum of care to generations of families. The foundation of our care is centered on the "whole" person - body and mind - and providing healthcare and behavioral care in the same convenient location. Phone: (888) 296-GPHA (4742) Phone: (215) 925-2400 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org/
    85. Haddington Health Center 5619 Vine Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 471-2761 | URL: http://www.spechealth.org/
    86. Head Start - Delaware County Intermediate Unit 200 Yale Avenue Morton, PA 19070
      Provides preschool children of low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs. Call for information on enrollment. Phone: 610-938-9000, ext. 2208 | URL: http://www.dciu.org/
    87. hireAbility 1513 Race St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Matches qualified people with disabilities to job openings at no cost to employers or applicants. Phone: (215) 587-3080 | URL: www.hireability.org | Email: rmassaro@hireability.org
    88. Holy Trinity Church 1100 W Rockland St Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides worship services as well as AA/NA meetings. There is also a Powell Center and a Senior Center. Phone: (215) 329-3710
    89. Hopelinks: Philadelphia Alcohol and Drug Addiction Facilities
      Provides resources for local treatment facilities. | URL: http://www.hopelinks.net/drug-rehab/pa/philadelphia.html
    90. Hunting Park Health Center 1999 West Hunting Park Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 228-9300 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org/
    91. IBEW Local 98 JAT 1701 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    92. Impact Services Corporation 1952 E Allegheny Avenue Lower Level Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The Benephilly Center screens and enrolls for public benefit programs like TANF, SNAP, EITC, Child Tax Credit,CHIP, Medicaid, Medicare, LIHEAP, and city and state tax relief. Contact Shawne Hunter. The First Step ID Program helps inmates obtain identity documents. Must be released from the Philadelphia prison system within the last year. Contact Adele Hedgespeth or Shawne Hunter. The Incarcerated Veterans Transition Program (IVTP) provides housing, job training, job readiness and job placement services for incarcerated, recently released, homeless, and at-risk veterans. Must have been released from prison within the last 12 months or is within 60 days of release. The Transitional Offender Workforce Development (TOWD) provides case management, job training, job readiness and job placement services for offenders returning from PA DOC. Must be currently on Parole and obtain a referral from parole agent. Contact Darron Thompson, Ed Hamilton, or Michael DonPailin. Shawne Hunter 215-739-1600 x143 , Monday through Friday - 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Adele Hedgespeth 215-739-1600 x185 Darron Thompson 215-739-1600 x108 Ed Hamilton 215-739-1600 x118 | URL: www.impactservices.org | Email: jcosely@impactservices.org | Spanish | Hours: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. - Monday through Friday | Target Group: All | Funds: N/A | Fees: None | Application Process: None | Eligibility Requirements: Program Specific | Application Wait: N/A | Service Wait: N/A | ADAAccess: N/A | Transportation: Market - Frankford El SEPTA - Route 60 Bus
    93. Iron Workers Local 401 JAC 11620 Norcom Road Suite 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    94. JACT District Council 21 JACT 2190 Horning Road Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    95. Jefferson Intensive Outpatient 1021 South 21st Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides intensive outpatient facilities and methadone maintenance services. Phone: (215) 790-9942 x253 | URL: http://www.jeffersonhospital.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    96. Jeff Ken 136 West Diamond Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      IOP methadone maintenance. Phone: (215) 426-8100 6019 | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    97. JEVS 1845 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides information for education, employment services, and vocational training. Phone: 215.854.1874 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org | Email: cs@jevs.org
    98. JEVS ACT I 5820 Old York Road Philadelphia, PA 19141
      JEVS Human Services Achievement through Counseling and Treatment (ACT) offers personal solutions and supports for adults committed to overcoming addiction and living clean and sober lives. ACT's counselors, therapists, nurses, and support staff serve over 600 patients each week at two locations in Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 609-6040 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org
    99. JEVS ACT II 1745 North 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      JEVS Human Services Achievement through Counseling and Treatment (ACT) offers personal solutions and supports for adults committed to overcoming addiction and living clean and sober lives. ACT's counselors, therapists, nurses, and support staff serve over 600 patients each week at two locations in Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 609-6040 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org/programs/achievement-through-counseling-and-treatment.html | Email: act@jevs.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:00am-5:00pm; Saturday, Sunday: 8:00am-12noon
    100. JEVS: Northeast EARN Center 1617 JFK Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Through EARN (Employment Advancement Retention Network), JEVS Human Services provides a range of services for individuals who are receiving Public Assistance benefits and are in need of employment services in order to achieve long-term activity in the workforce. Phone: (267) 350-8500 | URL: www.jevs.org | Email: earn@jevs.org | Russian | Spanish | Fees: None | Application Process: Customers must be referred directly from the Philadelphia County Assistance Office (CAO). | Eligibility Requirements: Must be age 18 or older, Food stamp-only customers, TANF and extended TANF customers
    101. Jewish Employment and Vocational Services (JEVS) at CareerLink 990 W Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Located at the CareerLink in North Philadelphia this program works to improve the quality of life for Philadelphia residents who unemployed/underemployed and seeking full/part-time employment. Provides readiness workshops, job search assistance, job referrals, access to online job leads, and resume/interview preparation. Specifically designed to aid adults over 55. Phone: (215) 560-5465 | URL: www.jevs.org | Email: cs55@jevs.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30 am-4:30 pm | Fees: None | Application Process: Contact Career Solutions for 55+ for an appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia residents age 55 or older.
    102. Job-Applications.com
      Provides links to available jobs and training videos on how to interview well. | URL: http://www.job-applications.com/
    103. JobGateway
      PA JobGateway provides an on-line job training directory and source for career resources. Search the job training directory then visit a local PA CareerLink center to learn how you can qualify for training at no cost to you. | URL: https://www.jobgateway.pa.gov/ | URL: https://www.pacareerlink.pa.gov/
    104. Joshua Achievement Center: North Broad 2221 N Broad St 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 765-7321
    105. Joshua Achievement Center: West Banks 2016 W Berks Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 235-1394 ext. 844
    106. Journey To Recovery 2534 North Broad Street 2nd floor Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Substance Abuse Treatment/Comprehensive case mgmt. to help deaf/hard of hearing. Monday and Friday available by appointment only. Phone: (215) 227-4893 | Hours: 9 AM - 5 PM Tue - Thu
    107. Kaplan Career Institute (Formerly Thompson Institute) 3010 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Kaplan Career Institute in Philadelphia, formerly the Thompson Institute, has been helping students achieve their goals since 1918. With nearly a century of success, we have built a reputation for upholding quality and high standards in education. It is no wonder students continue to rely on us for help in achieving their career goals. Phone: (215) 594-4005 | URL: http://philadelphia.kaplancareerinstitute.com
    108. Keystone Center 2001 Providence Ave Chester, PA 19013
      Provides behavioral healthcare in a beautiful Victorian mansion built in 1891. The estate boasts tree-lined grounds and an expansive campus that are listed on the Historic Register in Delaware County. Provides the full continuum of Addiction Services including: Medically Monitored Detoxification Rehabilitation Treatment for Co-occurring disorders Residential Gambling Treatment Residential Treatment for Sexual Compulsivity and Trauma Partial Hospital Intensive Outpatient Treatment Outpatient Treatment Phone: (610) 876-9000 | URL: http://www.keystonecenter.net/index.html | Email: Jennifer.east@uhsinc.com | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    109. Korean Community Development Service Center 6055 North 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Hosts a CareerLink Center that provides job related assistance for job seekers and employers in cooperation with CareerLink. Phone: (215) 276-8830
    110. LaSalle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences 1900 West Olney Avenue LaSalle University, St. Benilde Tower, Office 3339 Philadelphia, PA 19141
      The mission of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences is to provide excellent teaching, service, and academic programs facilitating students' development as caring healthcare professionals prepared for lives of service and continued learning. Its vision is to focus academic, service, and research activities on mobilizing social, political, healthcare, and educational resources for the welfare of vulnerable, underserved, and diverse populations. Phone: (215) 951-1865 | URL: http://www.lasalle.edu/
    111. Libertae 5245 Bensalem Blvd Bensalem, PA 19020
      It is the mission of Libertae to empower women and their families to maintain recovery through comprehensive treatment programs that support healthy communities. Phone: (215) 639-8681 | URL: http://libertae.org/index.asp | Email: info@libertae.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    112. LIFE Program 5300 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides resources and assistance for individuals seeking employment. Offers individual and group sessions to assist with employment search life skills. Computer Lab available for checking email, filing employment applications and writing documents. Also offers Expungement Workshops and assistance with completing the legal forms necessary for an Expungement Filing. Offers support services to the families and friends of persons who are currently incarcerated. Assistance with interview clothing for men and woman. Also a BenePhilly site that can assist with applying for all government benefits. Offers free Federal and State Tax Preparation during tax season. Phone: 267-671-3603 , Monday - Friday: 9:30am-5:00pm | URL: https://www.facebook.com/LifeAtLivingGospelMinistries | URL: http://www.livinggospel.wix.com/life | Email: lifeprogram2912@gmail.com | Hours: Monday-Saturday:10:00am-1:00pm | Target Group: All, Black, Hispanic, Caucasian, Asian, Reentry, Probation, Parole, Criminal Conviction | Fees: None | Application Process: No Referral Needed | Eligibility Requirements: Past Criminal Conviction | ADAAccess: Yes
    113. LIFT-Philadelphia 5548 Chestnut St 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19139
      LIFT-Philadelphia is a community resource center where individuals can find assistance working towards their goals relating to finding employment, housing, public benefits, and educational opportunities. Call for more information or to set up an appointment! Phone: (215) 474-1807 | URL: http://www.liftcommunities.org/ | Email: jromalis@liftcommunities.org
    114. Lincoln Technical 9191Torresdale Ave Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Provides technical education opportunities. Phone: (215) 335-0800 | URL: http://www.lincolnedu.com/
    115. Livengrin Counseling Center 9140 Academy Ave Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Offers DUI group classes, drug and alcohol awareness programs and outpatient. Phone: (215) 335-3419 | URL: http://www.livengrin.org/ | Email: phila@livengrin.org | Hours: 8am-9pm
    116. Luthern Settlement House CEED 1340 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125
      CEED provides a wide variety of educational and career opportunities of life. CEED offers morning, afternoon, and evening classes in English and Literacy and Family Literacy, basic reading and writing skills. Phone: (215) 426-8610 242 | URL: http://www.lutheransettlement.org/html/CEED_overview.html | Email: ahreinhard@lutheransettlement.org | Hours: M-Thurs 8-9pm Fri 8-6pm
    117. Luzerne Treatment Facility 600 East Luzerne Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Luzerne Treatment Center, a residential treatment program providing drug and alcohol services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The treatment program consists of groups, lectures and individual sessions that are designed to aid you in your efforts to abstain from drug and alcohol abuse and/or dependence. Phone: (215) 634-8960 | Hours: 24 hour program
    118. Maranatha Baptist Church 4525 Comly St Philadelphia, PA 19135
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 338-9535
    119. Maria de los Santos Health Center 455 West Allegheny Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 291-2500 | URL: http://www.dvch.org
    120. Mary Howard Health Center 125 South 9th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 592-4500 | URL: http://www.phmc.org/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=53:mary
    121. Maternal Addiction Treatment, Education and Research (MATER) (formerly Family Center at Thomas Jefferson Univ.) 1201 Chestnut Street 11th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Maternal Addiction Treatment, Education and Research (MATER) provides comprehensive treatment services to pregnant and parenting women, specializing in the treatment of opiate addicted pregnant and parenting women. Phone: (215) 955-8577 | URL: http://www.jeffersonhospital.org/departments-and-services/maternal-addiction-treatment-education-research | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    122. RISE 990 Spring Garden St 7th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      RISE provides supportive services to individuals who have been previously convicted, sentenced and incarcerated. Through direct service and agency partnerships, RISE offers case management, substance misuse treatment, behavioral health services, educational services, vocational training, computer literacy and employment services. Phone: (215) 683-3370 , M-F, 9-5 | URL: rise.phila.gov | Email: aviva.kaminsky@phila.gov | Email: julian.garnett@phila.gov | Hours: M-F, 9-5 for scheduled appointments. Walk-in Hours: M-Th, 10-1 | Eligibility Requirements: Released from incarceration within the past 5 years and/or currently on probation/parole Philadelphia resident (with proof of residency) Not convicted of a sex offense or arson related charge
    123. Mazzoni Center 21 South 12th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides a broad range of medical services targeting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, same-gender loving (SGL) and questioning communities. Services include HIV care, gynecological, STD screening and treatment, reproductive health, fertility awareness, general health care, trans-health care and individual support with LGBT Health Services Specialist. Phone: (215) 563-0652 x 257 | URL: www.mazzonicenter.org
    124. Meade Family Health Center 18th and Oxford Streets Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 765-9501 | URL: http://www.qchc.org/meade.htm
    125. Men United for a Better Philadelphia 3201 West Girard Ave The Hatfield House Philadelphia, PA 19130
      A grass roots organization of volunteers committed to reducing violence in the city of Philadelphia and other urban areas. Phone: (215) 475-0534 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/1MUBP | Email: 1mubp@groups.facebook.com
    126. Men & Women For Human Excellence 1826 N 28th St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      MWFHE provides services to individuals and families who have a history of chemical abuse/ dependence and/or mental health challenges. Phone: (215) 769-7045 | URL: http://www.mwfhe.org/ | Hours: 24 hour program
    127. Mercy Hospice 334 S 13th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Mercy Hospice is a 48-bed residence for single women and mothers with young children who are in recovery. In addition to shelter, residents receive three meals a day, clothing, Life Skills classes, Parenting Education classes, goal-driven case management, housing opportunities, emotional support and compassion. Mercy staff is with the residents every step of the way, providing encouragement to rebuild their self-esteem, support their compliance with recovery plans, help them manage stress, appreciate their strengths, and visualize with them, a future with hope. Phone: (215) 545-5153 | URL: http://www.mercyhospicephilly.org/
    128. The Workforce Institute 4111 Lancaster Avenue 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The Workforce Institute provides employment training, industry-recognized credentials, and supports to help job seekers secure and maintain meaningful employment. The Workforce Institute uses the STRIVE (Successful Training Results in Valued Employment) approach - a nationally-recognized work-readiness training program that helps participants learn the approaches and behaviors that will help them succeed in the workplace. The STRIVE model is rooted in the belief that every individual has the power to change his/her employment situation and often simply need the tools and supports to do so. STRIVE training involves five components: Attitudinal and Job Readiness Training; Skills Training; Support Services; Job Placement; Follow Up Phone: 215-568-9216 | URL: http://theworkforce-institute.org | Email: wjohnson@phmc.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm | Target Group: All job seekers, returning citizens, TANF and SNAP recipients, folks in recovery, long term unemployed | Fees: No charge to clients | Application Process: Interview, application form | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia resident, youth program served 14-24 year olds, adult program serves adults 25 and older | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: Not usually, classes start every six weeks | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: Transportation assistance is provided in most cases
    129. Minsec Treatment Center 3768 L Street Suite 70 Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Call for intake appt usually scheduled within 3 days Phone: (215) 744-9601 | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    130. Miracles In Progress, Inc. 3517 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Recovery house that accepts individuals on medication assisted treatment for addiction (methadone maintenance). Phone: (215) 533-4164 | URL: http://www.nphs.com/
    131. Mirmont Treatment Center 100 Yearsley Mill Road Media, PA 19063
      Substance abuse assessments, referral, and treatment. Phone: 610-744-1400
    132. MMOC Pen Pal Program 2145 S 21st Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Volunteer Writers writing anonymously to imprisoned persons in state or federal prisons throughout the US. Our writers communicate with over 550 inmates in 175 prisons across the country. Phone: 610 259 3178 , 24 /7 | Email: susan_mmoc@comcast.net | Fees: None | Application Process: written | Eligibility Requirements: Permission of the inmate receiving mail
    133. Montgomery County CareerLink 1855 New Hope St Norristown, PA 19401
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (610) 270-3429 | URL: www.cwds.state.pa.us
    134. My Sister's Place 5601 Kingsessing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides inpatient services for women and children. Pregnant/parenting women (methadone maintenance). Phone: (215) 727-1640 | URL: http://www.jeffersonhospital.org/departments-and-services/maternal-addiction-treatment-education-research | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    135. Nar-Anon Familv Group
      A program based on the 12 steps of Narcotics Anonymous for people who know someone who is addicted. PA Hotline 800-678-4989
    136. Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
      A program based on the 12 steps of Narcotics Anonymous for people who are addicted. Phone: 610-534-9510 | URL: www.na.org
    137. Nelson Medical Group 130 S 18th St Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 467-9320
    138. NET Steps 2205 Bridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Methadone Maintenance. Methadone-based IOP. No appointments necessary. People will be assessed at that time once treated according to the outcome of the assessment. Some weekend hours/varies. Also does HIV testing. Phone: (215) 743-6150 x212 Bridge Street (215) 743-6150 | URL: http://netsteps.org | Hours: Dispensing 6:00 AM - 3:00 PM Mon. - Fri., 6:00 AM - 11:45 AM Sat. + Sun. Counseling 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM Mon. - Fri., 6:00 AM - 2:00 PM Sat. + Sun.
    139. New Directions for Women, Inc. 4807 Germantown Road Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides residential counseling and case mgmt. for the women of the Philadelphia prison system. Also provides drug/alcohol treatment, employment, education, finance/budgeting, legal, family, and children's services. Provides health information, residential transitional services, re-entry services, and domestic/sexual violence education. Phone: (215) 849-0930 | URL: http://ndfwinc.org/
    140. New Horizons 501 S 54th St Mercy Hospital Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services. Phone: (215) 748-9000
    141. New Jerusalem 2011 W Norris St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The mission of New Jerusalem is to facilitate transformation in recovery from drug and alcohol addictions for marginalized populations by providing an affordable, spiritual and holistic approach to enhance the quality of life. Phone: (215) 763-8806 | URL: http://www.newjerusalemnow.org/
    142. New Start II 5000 Jackson Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides services for men who are mild to moderately mentally ill with a history of substance abuse. Phone: (215) 537-0119 | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    143. NHS Parkside Germantown 5429 Germantown Avenue Parkside Recovery Germantown Philadelphia, PA 19144
      NHS is committed to addressing the impact of addiction on the individual, family and community by offering comprehensive clinical and evidence-based therapeutic programs which incorporate best-practice interventions using a multi-disciplinary team approach to helping people who have been struggling with chemical dependency. Centered on the recovery model which assumes all clients have the potential for improvement leading to recovery, our treatment teams offer personal support, treating each client with dignity and respect. Phone: (215) 754-0240 x207 | URL: http://www.nhsonline.org/ | Email: easternregion@nhsonline.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 7:00 am-5:00 PM Saturday 8:00 AM - 1:00PM Sunday 8:00 AM -11:00AM
    144. NHS Parkside Recovery Philadelphia: Knights Road Center 11082 Knights Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Knights Road offers both an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and an Outpatient Program (OP) for adults experiencing challenges with substance use and co-occurring mental health and substance abuse challenges. We offer both a Drug Free and Suboxone program. Psychiatric Evaluations are also available. Groups and individual sessions are conducted by an NHS counselor. The IOP program requires a 10 hour a week commitment, and the OP program requires a 5 hour per week commitment. The programs and services provided by NHS are designed to encourage and promote an individual’s recovery from drug and alcohol dependency by adopting a person-centered approach that engages in partnerships with the client that focuses on the client’s strengths. The IOP program is a day program with groups meeting every morning. The OP program has evening and day groups. The Certified Peer Specialist facilities a Peer Support Meeting weekly for additional support for those in need. Various incentives are received by members for attendance, stepping-down from IOP, and when completing OP. Main Number 215-632-9040 Intake Line 215-632-9040 x126 , M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm Program Coordinator (Lori Gabert) 215-632-9040 x190 , M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm | URL: http://www.nhsonline.org/ | Hours: Monday 8:30am-8:00pm, Tuesday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm | Target Group: Adults, Drug Free, Suboxone, Co-occuring, Prolonged Exposure Therapy for those with PTSD available, Peer Support Meetings | Application Process: Calling or coming in for an Intake Screen and scheduling an Intake appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia County Residents | Application Wait: Most phone calls are returned within 24 hours | Service Wait: Most Intakes can be scheduled within 72 hours | Transportation: We will apply for day passes for those who qualify. We provide tokens while awaiting approval and for members who do not qualify for day passes.
    145. Norris Square Family Center 1900 Orkney & Diamond Streets Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides assessment of skill level and job readiness, resume writing, job referral and follow-up. Phone: (215) 291-4896
    146. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health 4641 Roosevelt Blvd The Orleans Bldg. Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides behavioral health, addictions and mental retardation services within the context of community participation and involvement. Phone: (215) 831-2800 | URL: http://www.neccbh.org | Email: info@neccbh.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    147. Northeast Treatment Centers 499 North 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19123 4625 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities. Also have evening hours. Phone: (215) 451-7100 | URL: http://netcenters.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    148. Northeast Treatment Centers: Wharton Residential Center 2205 Bridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides residential recovery program for chemically dependent men and Co-occurring Disorders Program. Phone: (215) 289-3350 | URL: http://netcenters.org/
    149. North Philadelphia Health System: Torre De La Raza 8th & Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Torre Del La Raza provides short and long term treatment to male Latino consumers who are monolingual or bilingual who present with addiction disorders. The unit places an emphasis on providing a culturally appropriate therapeutic environment for consumers who have in the past faced language and cultural barriers when seeking treatment. Phone: (215) 787-2209 Phone: (215) 787-2000 | URL: http://bhs.nphs.com/Services/Residentialservices.aspx | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    150. Northwestern Human Services Philadelphia 27 East Mount Airy Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      NHS offers a full range of integrated services in the areas of mental health, addictive diseases, autism, education, intellectual/developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, therapeutic family care and other specialized services. Phone: (215) 248-6700 | URL: http://www.nhsonline.org/ | Email: easternregion@nhsonline.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    151. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation 444 North 3rd Street 5th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides services to prepare for, enter, engage in or retain employment. Phone: (215) 560-1900 | URL: www.state.pa.us
    152. Opportunity, Inc. 1016-1018 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Services include employment services for women.
    153. Orleans Technical Institute 2770 Red Lion Road Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Orleans Technical Institute has helped students from all walks of life move toward one common goal: learning new skills to enhance their success in the workforce. Whether you are new to the workforce, looking to upgrade your skills, or wanting to try something new and exciting, Orleans Technical Institute is committed to helping you meet your employment goals. We believe that intensive skills training is the key to finding and retaining employment in the competitive job market. Phone: (215) 728-4733 | URL: http://www.orleanstech.edu/home | Email: orleanstech@jevs.org
    154. CareerLink West Philadelphia 3901 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      PA CareerLink centers in Philadelphia help you prepare for and find a job regardless of your skill or educational level. No-cost services include: personalized job search assistance, job seeker workshops, networking groups, career counseling, skills and interest assessments, access to skills and occupational training, extensive job lead resources, computer resource center, programs to improve your skills in math, language and reading and enhance your computer skills. Those who qualify can receive advanced computer training and other job skills training. Phone: (215) 473-3630 | URL: http://www.pacareerlinkphl.org/ | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm
    155. CareerLink North Philadelphia 4261 N 5th St At Bristol St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      PA CareerLink centers in Philadelphia help you prepare for and find a job regardless of your skill or educational level. No-cost services include: personalized job search assistance, job seeker workshops, networking groups, career counseling, skills and interest assessments, access to skills and occupational training, extensive job lead resources, computer resource center, programs to improve your skills in math, language and reading and enhance your computer skills. Those who qualify can receive advanced computer training and other job skills training. Phone: (215) 967-9711 | URL: http://www.pacareerlinkphl.org/ | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm | ADAAccess: Fully accessible with adaptive computer equipment.
    156. CareerLink Northwest Philadelphia 5847 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      PA CareerLink centers in Philadelphia help you prepare for and find a job regardless of your skill or educational level. No-cost services include: personalized job search assistance, job seeker workshops, networking groups, career counseling, skills and interest assessments, access to skills and occupational training, extensive job lead resources, computer resource center, programs to improve your skills in math, language and reading and enhance your computer skills. Those who qualify can receive advanced computer training and other job skills training. Phone: (215) 987-6503 | URL: http://www.pacareerlinkphl.org/ | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm
    157. CareerLink Philadelphia Suburban Station 1617 JFK Boulevard One Penn Center at Suburban Station, 2nd floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      PA CareerLink centers in Philadelphia help you prepare for and find a job regardless of your skill or educational level. No-cost services include: personalized job search assistance, job seeker workshops, networking groups, career counseling, skills and interest assessments, access to skills and occupational training, extensive job lead resources, computer resource center, programs to improve your skills in math, language and reading and enhance your computer skills. Those who qualify can receive advanced computer training and other job skills training. Phone: (215) 557-2592 | URL: http://www.pacareerlinkphl.org/ | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm
    158. Painters D.C. 21 JACT 2190 Horning Road Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    159. PATH (People Acting to Help), Inc. 8220 Castor Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19152
      PATH serves individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Phone: (215) 728-4600 | URL: http://www.pathcenter.org/index.htm | Email: rfell@pathindustries.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    160. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare: General Helpline
      Provides cash assistance, medical assistance and energy assistance. Phone: (800) 692-7462 | URL: http://www.dpw.state.pa.us//
    161. Pennsylvania Health Department 151 W Fifth Street Chester, PA 19013
      Through the use of community-based strategies, the Department of Health has successfully reduced the number of serious illnesses, injuries and deaths due to major health threats; tobacco-related diseases; infectious disease; and accidental injuries. | URL: www.health.pa.gov/
    162. Pennsylvania Health Law Project 123 Chestnut St Corn Exchange Bldg, Suite 400 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      PHLP is a nationally recognized expert and consultant on access to health care for low-income consumers, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Phone: (215) 625-3990 | URL: www.phlp.org
    163. Pennsylvania Hospital: Wood Clinic 700 Spruce St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 829-3521 | URL: http://www.pennmedicine.org/wagform/MainPage.aspx?config=provider&P=LP&ID=697
    164. Pennsylvania Reproductive Associates 819 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 5217 Militia Hill Rd Plymouth, PA 19462
      Fertility services and family planning. Phone: 215-922-3173 Phone: 610-834-1140
    165. People for People: Project Restore 800 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 235-2340 | URL: http://www.peopleforpeople.org/pfp-project-restore.html | Email: wivery@peopleforpeople.org
    166. Peopleshare 1601 Market Street 17th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Specializes in temp, temp-to-hire, and direct hire staffing in the clerical, light industrial, and financial sectors. Phone: (215) 988-0700 | URL: www.peopleshareworks.com
    167. Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN) 2700 North 17th Street Lehigh Pavilion, Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      PAAN provides community safety through direct services that impact upon the drug and violence problems that plague neighborhoods and develops positive alternatives for youth. Responds to crisis situations, conducts conflict resolution sessions, provides education and training programs, and responds to hotline calls. Phone: (215) 940-0550 | URL: http://www.paan1989.org// | Email: communications@paan1989.org
    168. Philadelphia Brotherhood Rescue Mission 401 East Girard Avenue PO Box 29245 Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Provides a wide variety of outreach and empowerment services for homeless individuals and families. Phone: (267) 284-0405 | URL: http://pbrm.org/ | Email: info@pbrm.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5
    169. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Alden District 5835 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4800 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    170. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Boulevard District 4109 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-6500 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    171. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Center District 900 N Marshall St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-3600 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    172. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Delancey District 5548 Chestnut St 1st Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19139
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-3700 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    173. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Elmwood District 5554 Chestnut St 1st Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19139
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-3800 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    174. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Federal District 1334 Bainbridge St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4400 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Email: contactus@philabundance.org | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    175. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Girard District 961 N Marshall St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-3500 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    176. Philadelphia County Assistance Office Headquarters 1400 Spring Garden St 6th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-2900 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us
    177. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Hill District 301 E Chelten Ave 3rd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-5200 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    178. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Jefferson District 2701 N Broad St 3rd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-6600 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    179. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Kent District 2701 N Broad St 2nd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-7100 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    180. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Lehigh District 2701 N Broad St 4th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4609 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    181. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: North District 219 E Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4600 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    182. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Nursing Home District 4601 Market St Ground Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19139
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4000 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    183. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Ogontz District 301 E Chelten Ave 2nd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-5500 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    184. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Ridge District 1350 W Sedgley Ave Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-5000 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    185. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Snyder District 990 Buttonwood St 5th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4900 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    186. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Tioga District 1348 W Sedgely Ave Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4300 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    187. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Unity District 4111 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-6400 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    188. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Vine District 4601 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-2301 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    189. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: West District 260 S Broad St Suite 18 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-6100 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us
    190. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Five 1920 N 20th St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-2930 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc5.html
    191. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Four 4400 Haverford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-7601 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc4.html
    192. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Nine 131 E Chelten Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-5700 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc9.html
    193. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number One 500 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-6570 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/services/Serv_MedicalCare.html
    194. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Six 321 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-3803 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc6.html
    195. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Ten 2230 Cottman Ave Philadelphia, PA 19149
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-0639 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc10.html
    196. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Three 555 South 43rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-7504 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc3.html
    197. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Two 1720 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 658-1803 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc2.html
    198. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Strawberry Mansion Health Center 2840 West Dauphin Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-2400 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hcStrawberry.html
    199. Philadelphia Department of Public Welfare 801 Market Street Suite 5140 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides welfare information. Phone: (215) 644-0662 | URL: http://www.dpw.state.pa.us/
    200. Philadelphia FIGHT 1233 Locust Street 5th floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      FIGHT provides primary care to people with HIV/AIDS at the Jonathan Lax Immune Disorders Treatments Center, which provides state of the art clinical care to address the comprehensive needs of people with HIV/AIDS. Clinicians at FIGHT also conduct research to test potential therapies for HIV/AIDS. Phone: (215) 985-4448 | URL: http://fight.org/ | Email: awolf@fight.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    201. Philadelphia Housing Authority: Blumberg CareerLink 1516 Judson Way Family Self-Sufficiency Center - North Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (215) 684-4416 | Email: michael.kelly@pha.phila.gov, laVidajohnson@pha.phila.gov, keith.caldwell@pha.phila.gov, shelley.james@pha.phila.gov,
    202. Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation 1234 Market Street 17th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides one stop shop for free job and housing assistance. Offers experienced counseling staff who help with job referrals and placement with local employers and government agencies, job training referrals, housing referrals and assistance with homeownership and home repairs. Phone: (215) 448-3000 | URL: http://www.phdchousing.org/ | Email: guy.porcella@phila.gov
    203. Philadelphia Linkage Program/Action AIDS 1216 Arch Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides information on drug and alcohol treatment and education, and interviews/intake for employment services and health information. Phone: (215) 981-3327 | URL: http://actionaids.org/services/case-management/prison-program
    204. Philadelphia Vet Center: Northeast 101 E Olney Avenue Suite C-7 Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Vet Centers provide individual, group and family counseling to all veterans who served in any combat zone. Services are also available for their family members. Veterans have earned these benefits through their combat service and all are provided at no cost to the veteran or family Phone: (215) 924-4670 | Email: www.va.gov/directory/guide | Hours: 8-430 M-F
    205. Philadelphia Veterans Center 801 Arch St Suite 502 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides intensive outpatient for honorably discharged veterans and outpatient facilities. Normal working hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends. Phone: (215) 627-0238 Phone: (877) 927-8387 | URL: http://www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?id=590 | Hours: M-F 8-430 RegOffice7a-7p
    206. Philadelphia Works 1617 JFK Blvd 13th floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Philadelphia Works invests in and oversees programs that bring businesses and career seekers together and that help workers develop the skills they need to thrive in the workplace. Job seekers should visit the PA CareerLink® office nearest them for services. Phone: (215) 963-2100 | URL: http://www.philaworks.org/ | Email: info@philaworks.org
    207. Phila Opportunities Industrialization Center 1231 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc. is dedicated to the elimination of poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy to ensure a meaningful quality of life for families and individuals within the Philadelphia community. Phone: (215) 236-7700 | URL: http://philaoic.org/ | Email: jobs@philaoic.org
    208. PHS, The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society 100 North 20th Street 5th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides information on job training. Phone: (215) 988-8764 | URL: http://www.pennsylvaniahorticulturalsociety.org/ | Email: phs-info@pennhort.org
    209. Planned Parenthood - Media Health Center 216 W State St Media, PA 19063
      Community clinic and family planning. Phone: (610) 566-2830 | URL: www.plannedparenthood.org/media-health-center
    210. Planned Parenthood of Southeast Pennsyvania 1144 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides counseling and services related to family planning options. Phone: (215) 351-5560 | URL: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/centerDetails.asp?f=3361&a=91460&v=details | Email: info@ppsp.org | Hours: Hours Vary
    211. Plasters Local 8 JATC 2535 Orthodox Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    212. Plumbers Local 690 JATC 2791 Southhampton Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    213. Presbyterian Hospital IDC 51 N 39th St Myrin building, 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Greater Philadelphia Health Action health center. Phone: (215) 662-9908
    214. Prevention Point Philadelphia 166 West Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      This organization strives to reduce the harm associated with substance use and sex industry work by promoting health, empowerment and safety while advocating for humane public policies and programs. Phone: (215) 634-5272 | URL: http://www.preventionpointphilly.org/ | Email: clayton@preventionpointphilly.org | Hours: M-Thurs12-4pmFriday12-3pm
    215. Primary Purpose 3335 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Recovery house that accepts individuals on medication assisted treatment for addiction (methadone maintenance). 2 male houses available. Phone: (267) 228-4723 Phone: (267) 688-6340 Phone: (267) 257-2628 Phone: (215) 425-3150 | Email: info@primarypurpose.us, paul@primarypurpose.us, mike@primarypurpose.us, joe@primarypurpose.us
    216. Prison Ministry 2800 West Cheltenham Ave Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Provides counseling for returning veterans. Phone: (215) 276-7200 | Email: *This is ENON Tabernacle Chuch
    217. PRO-ACT (Pennsylvania Recovery OrganizaliollMAchieving Community Together)
      A support group of volunteers advocating for the recovery community, their families, and for those still sufTering from the disease of addiction. Call to enroll in the family program, which is offered in convenient locations through Delaware County. Phone: 800-221-6333 | URL: www.proact.org
    218. Project HOME: Honickman Learning Center 1936 North Judson Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The Center, located on the 1900 block of North Judson Street, runs programs which focus on the integration of technology with art, education and enterprise. Programs are tailored to help the residents of the community, both children and adults, move toward greater prosperity by increasing their educational and employment opportunities through comprehensive technology and literacy instruction. Phone: (215) 235-2900 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org/services/education/honickman.php | Email: reneemurdock@projecthome.org | Hours: 9 AM - 5 PM, Mon - Fri
    219. Project HOME: Stephen Klein Wellness Center 2144 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The Stephen Klein Wellness Center provides primary medical care, including pre-natal and pediatric; Behavioral Health Care; Dental Care; In-house Pharmacy; Referrals to specialty care; Phlebotomy (blood draws); Physical Therapy; Health Insurance applications; Wellness Classes (nutrition/cooking, exercise); YMCA-operated fitness facility; Legal Clinic; Emergency Food Pantry; Shower for clients and patients Phone: 215-320-6187 | URL: www.projecthome.org/skwc | Interpreters, ASL | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm; Tuesdays to 7:00pm | Target Group: People experiencing homelessness, people who are low-income, no geographic restrictions | Application Process: Next-day and same-day appointments available | Transportation: Across from the King Recreation Center; near the 3, 61, and 33 bus lines
    220. Public Welfare Department - Delaware County 701 Crosby Street Suite A Chester, PA 19013 845 Main Street Darby, PA 19023
      Resources include: cash assistance, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), help with child care, health care coverage, home heating assistance (LIHEAP), school meals, SelectPlan for Women and long-term living services. Delaware County Assistance Office Headquarters 610-447-5500 Darby District 610-461-3800 | URL: http://www.dhs.state.pa.us/findfacilsandlocs/countyassistanceofficecontactinformation/
    221. Public Welfare Department - Philadelphia County 801 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Resources include: cash assistance, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), help with child care, health care coverage, home heating assistance (LIHEAP), school meals, SelectPlan for Women and long-term living services. Philadelphia County Assistance Office Headquarters 215-560-7226 | URL: http://www.dhs.state.pa.us/findfacilsandlocs/countyassistanceofficecontactinformation/
    222. Quality Community Health Care 2501 West lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19132
      QCHC provides primary preventive, chronic and episodic care services to thousands of residents in Philadelphia. We provide care to many patients that do not have the ability to pay for quality health services. QCHC offers medical, dental, nutrition, behavioral health, case management and integrated services to all patients. Phone: (215) 227-0300 | URL: http://www.qchc.org | Email: info@qchc.org
    223. Rambler Recreation Center H and Tioga Streets Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides addiction treatment counseling services. Phone: (215) 685-9999
    224. Reading Hospital Treatment Services Sixth Avenue and Spruce Street West Reading, PA 19611
      Online listing of mental health/drug and alcohol treatment , and other medical services provided | URL: http://www.readinghospital.org/HealthServices | Email: info@readinghealth.org
    225. Ready, Willing, & Able 1211 Bainbridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides transitional work, occupational training, housing and support services for homeless individuals in Philadelphia. Ready, Willing & Able accepts homeless males, over the age of 18, who currently reside in emergency housing shelters funded by the City of Philadelphia's Office of Supportive Housing. Case managers in these facilities can work with interested clients in completing a transitional housing application. Phone: (215) 732-3781 | URL: http://www.rwaphiladelphia.org/ | Email: matwood@doe.org
    226. Reality Changes (Whitehall Recreation Center) Tulip and Wakeling Streets Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides addiction treatment counseling services. Phone: (215) 685-1243
    227. Recovery Corps: Philadelphia Treatment Centers And Addiction Recovery Programs
      Provides resources for local treatment facilities. | URL: http://www.recoverycorps.org/treatmentcenters/pennsylvania/philadelphia/
    228. Re-Enter, Inc. 3331 Powelton Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      A licensed drug and alcohol treatment facility for men. Phone: (215) 222-2770 | URL: http://www.re-enterinc.com/index.htm | Email: Lennyjohnson@re-enterinc.com | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    229. Rehab After Work 9815 Roosevelt Blvd Suite B Philadelphia, PA 19114
      SA and MH treatment. Private insurance only. No medical assistance accepted. Ion services. Night groups available. Phone: (215) 342-4400 | URL: http://www.rehabafterwork.com/index.html | Email: info@rehabafterwork.com | Hours: 9AM to 10PM
    230. Reinforced Iron Workers 405 JATC 2433 Reed Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    231. Resource for Family Development: Family House Now 1020 North 48th Street Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Family House NOW is a long-term residential treatment facility for women experiencing mental illness and chemical dependence, and their children. Special components address drug/alcohol addiction, mental illness, life skills, and parenting skills, as well as prevention and intervention for the children. Family House NOW is one of only a few programs nationwide that works with mother and child in a residential treatment setting. Phone: (215) 878-8616 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=50 | Email: fhn-phila@rhd.org | Hours: 24hrs
    232. Resources for Human Development: New Start 3653-55 North 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      New Start is a program designed to provide long and short term treatment to men who may or may not be incarcerated in the city and county prison system but are identified as having a substance abuse disorder. New Start offers comprehensive services and counseling. Phone: (215) 228-2323 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=98 | Email: start@rhd.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    233. Resources for Human Development (RHD): Womanspace Philadelphia 6400 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Womanspace Philadelphia is involved in the Mayor's homelessness initiative project and serves as the only female residential treatment program for dually diagnosed, chronically homeless women. Special components address drug/alcohol addiction, mental illness recovery, life skills, and parenting skills. Individual and group therapy is provided in an intimate home-like setting, with the ultimate objective being reintegration. Phone: (215) 844-2400 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/Program.aspx?pid=185 | Email: womanspace-phila@rhd.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    234. Return Program (Methadone Maintenance) 8th & Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Inpatient for men only. Return I- 3C/3B-males (no methadone maintenance) Return II - 3C/Males and females (methadone maintenance) Phone: (215) 787-2318 | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    235. Riverside Care: North 2701 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities. Offers night groups. Phone: (215) 226-1600 | Email: www.riversidecare.org/locations.htm | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    236. Riverside Care: West 5501 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Outpatients services for Adults. SDS classes and DUI treatment. Offers night groups Phone: (215) 747-6480
    237. Roofers Local 30 JATC 6447 Torresdale Ave Philadelphia, PA 19135
      Provides apprenticeship programs.
    238. Salvation Army: Brown St. 1340 Brown St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Housing information, child/family services, employment, education, drug/alcohol treatment, residential/transitional services, re-entry, emergency services (with documentation) Phone: (215) 787-2962 | Email: linette_gallimore@use.salvationarmy.org
    239. Salvation Army: Chester 151 W 15th St Chester, PA 19013-3909
      Housing information, child/family services, employment, education, drug/alcohol treatment, residential/transitional services, re-entry, emergency services (with documentation) Phone: 610-874-4266
    240. Salvation Army: Eastern Pennsylvania 701 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      OESS intake office for single women, families, and head of household (male or female) with children. This location is used for intake after 4pm on weekdays and all day on weekends. Phone: (215) 787-2978 | URL: http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_easternpa.nsf
    241. Salvation Army: Eliza Shirley House 1320 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Salvation Army Eliza Shirley House provides emergency shelter services for homeless single women and families 365 days of the year. The shelter provides decent safe and sanitary housing, and healthy nutritious meals, in an orderly environment. Phone: (215) 787-2800 | URL: http://use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_philadelphiadhq.nsf/vw-sublinks/F9769F780B997245852573CA0079C00E
    242. Salvation Army: Red Shield Family Residence 715 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The Salvation Army Red Shield Family Residence is a safe and welcoming emergency housing shelter offering loving, respectful, compassionate, and non-judgmental services in order to empower residents to strive towards self-sufficiency. Phone: (215) 787-2887 | URL: http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_philadelphiadhq.nsf/vw-sublinks/6533738B6ED9A47E852573A900788FDC
    243. Salvation Army: Reed House 1320 S 32nd St Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Offers subsidized single-room-occupancy units for low-income individuals. Case manager must complete a referral form to initiate the application process. Phone: (215) 755-6789 | URL: http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_philadelphiadhq.nsf/vw-sublinks/A5E8FAB12390E5908525748000553F27?openDocument
    244. Salvation Army: Tabernacle Corps 3150 Mascher St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Community support program department provides emergency shelter and other housing-related services. Phone: (215) 423-9300 | URL: http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_philadelphiadhq.nsf/vw-sublinks/B85C44015F1FD4ED8525741E000B5955?openDocument
    245. Self Help Movement 2600 Southampton Road Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Self Help Movement is a drug and alcohol treatment facility located in the Far Northeast section of Philadelphia. They are an all male inpatient program, 17 years of age and older, consisting of three levels of treatment. The environment of compassion, understanding and respect that is provided by their staff is instrumental in the recovery process. Self Help Movement treats the individual, creating treatment programs structured towards each client's specific needs. Phone: (215) 677-7778 | URL: http://selfhelpmovement.org/ | Email: shm@selfhelpmovement.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    246. Self, Inc. 1425 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities. Phone: (215) 496-9550 | URL: http://www.selfincorp.org/ | Email: http://selfincorp.org/tinc?key=HPReYiQk | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    247. Services Beyond the Walls Ministries 2623 North Colorado Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides outreach services for women. Phone: (267) 997-8361
    248. Shalom, Inc 1080 N Delaware Ave 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Provides the full range of DUI services to persons ordered to complete judicial and state mandated DUI program requirements as well as those charged with Underage Alcohol and other Drug related offenses. Phone: (215) 425-7727 | URL: http://www.shalominc.com/dui.shtml | Email: info@shalominc.com
    249. Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 JATC 1301 South Columbus Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19135
      Provides Apprenticeship Programs.
    250. SOAR Corporation 9150 Marshall St Suite 2 Philadelphia, PA 19114
      SOAR offers clients comprehensive clinical and evidence-based practice and therapeutic programs, which incorporate best-practice interventions using a multi-disciplinary team approach. Phone: (215) 464-4450 | URL: http://www.soarcorp.org/ | Email: info@soarcorp.org | Hours: M-F: 6:00am - 2:00pm
    251. Sobriety Through Outpatient (STOP) 2534-36 North Broad Street Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Sobriety Through Outpatient, Inc. (STOP) is a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania triple licensed (mental health, drug and alcohol outpatient, and drug and alcohol partial hospital) and Community Behavioral Health (CBH) credentialed, behavioral health service provider. Since its founding in 1987, STOP has provided more than 13,000 Philadelphia residing women and men, 18 years of age and older, with recovery-oriented, person-centered, culturally competent, state-of-the-art quality outpatient (OP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, mental health and DUI services. Phone: (800) 660-7867 Phone: (215) 227-7867 | URL: http://www.stop-phila.org/ | Email: info@stop-phila.org | Hours: Mon - FRi 9 - 5
    252. Social Security Administration 1500 JFK Blvd 2 Penn Center STE 2000B Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Social Security delivers a broad range of services online at socialsecurity.gov and through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, teleservice centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and our State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services. A link to the application for obtaining a social security card is included as well. Phone: 800-772-1213 TTY 800-325-0778 | URL: www.ssa.gov | URL: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/forms/ss-5.pdf
    253. Social Work p.r.n. 7241 Hollywood Road Fort Washington, PA 19034
      Specializes in providing hospitals, mental health facilities and addiction treatment settings with qualified and experienced social workers on a temporary, temp to hire or direct hire basis. Phone: 215-641-2311 | URL: www.swprn.com | Email: rob@swprn.com
    254. Southeast Health Center 800 Washington Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Our Southeast Health Center has been operating in South Philadelphia's Italian Market neighborhood since 1979. Over the past two decades, the community has changed a great deal, and our health center has evolved to meet the changing demand. What have not changed, however, are the high quality health services we have continued to provide to generations of South Philadelphians. With a brand new location at 800 Washington Avenue, Southeast Health Center's legacy and commitment to the community will continue for decades to come. Phone: (215) 339-5100 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org/
    255. Southern Lehigh Action Council 2213 Sergeant St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Helps people who are at risk of eviction or homelessness, and people who have received notices of shut off from a utility company, due to insufficient income. Provides case management, emergency housing, and job development assistance Phone: (215) 229-2828
    256. Southwest Community Development Corporation 6328 Paschall Ave Philadelphia, PA 19142
      Provides housing counseling, utility costs assistance, economic planning, and employment counseling for low-income individuals and families Phone: (215) 729-0800 | URL: www.southwestcdc.org | Email: donnah@southwestcdc.org | Email: jobhelp@southwestcdc.org
    257. Spectrum Health Service: Broad Street Health Center 1415 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides medical series for Philadelphia residents. Phone: (215) 235-7944 | Email: mail@spectrumhs.org
    258. Spectrum Health Services 5619 Vine Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 471-2750 | URL: http://www.spechealth.org/
    259. Sprinkler Fitters Local 692 JATC 14002 McNulty Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides Apprenticeship Programs.
    260. Staffing Plus 551 W Lancaster Ave Haverford, PA 19041
      Provides healthcare staffing services to a wide and varied client base. Provides temporary, per diem, temp-to-hire and permanent professionals to meet staffing needs. Phone: 610-525-4000 Phone: 800-550-9212 | URL: www.staffingplus.com
    261. Staffmore 2275 Bridge Street Building #5; B-132 Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides behavioral health organizations with temporary, per diem, temp-to-hire and permanent professionals to meet staffing needs. Phone: 215-772-0101 | URL: www.staffmore.com
    262. St. Agatha-St.James Church 38th and Chestnut Streets Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides medical services. Phone: (215) 386-9732 | URL: http://www.saintsaj.org/ | Email: info@saintsaj.org
    263. Steamfitters Local 420 JATC 14420 Townsend Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides Apprenticeship Programs.
    264. St. Joachim's Church: Bottom Line Group Church and Griscom Streets Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides a Narcotics Anonymous support group. Phone: (215) 535-0580 | URL: http://www.archphila.org/parishes/7965.php | Email: joachim1527@comcast.net
    265. St. Joachim's Church: Men at Work Group Church and Griscom Streets Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides NA Meeting Place and counseling services. Phone: (215) 535-0580 | URL: http://www.archphila.org/parishes/7965.php | Email: joachim1527@comcast.net | Hours: Meetings in basement Sun. & Tues. 7pm-8:30pm
    266. The Employment Project 146 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (215) 923-1694 | Email: Lenci1@aol.com
    267. The Guild with City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program 1727-29 Mount Vernon Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The Guild program is a 10-week apprenticeship program in which Guild participants are mentored by professionals and trained in industries that connect with Mural Arts activities, such as Wall and Mural Preparation and Restoration, Building Repair, Mosaic Tiling and Masonry, Landscaping, and Carpentry. Workshops and apprenticeships also prepare inmates, participants and young adults on probation for successful re-integration into their communities by focusing on the development of general employment readiness skills like public speaking, customer service, personal finance, and preparation for job applications and interviews. Phone: 215-685-0756 | URL: www.muralarts.org | Email: robyn.buseman@muralarts.org
    268. The Society for Employment and Equal Rights 21 S 12th Street Suite 700 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (215) 525-0460
    269. Today, Inc. (Behavioral Health Services) 1990 Woodbourne Rd Newtown, PA 18940
      Provides cost-effective, individualized, innovative and comprehensive continuum of care to those affected by the disease of chemical dependency. Phone: (215) 968-4713 | URL: http://todayinc.org/ | Email: info@todayinc.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    270. Tradeswomen of Purpose/Women in Non-Traditional Work, Inc. 2300 Alter Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides free 7 to 9 month program teaching low income women construction building skills. No fee required. Phone: (215) 545-3700
    271. Trinity Management: A&O Recovery Services 3319 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides a Mental Health-Substance Abuse (MH-SA) outpatient treatment program and Sober Housing. Services: Outpatient treatment, one-on-one counseling 2-3 a week, women's group therapy, mixed-gender group, aftercare and relapse prevention, and Psychiatric medication visits once a month Sober-living arrangements provided, but contingent upon participation in outpatient program. This information was updated by the PA Prison Society Phone: 215-426-1992 | URL: http://aandorecoveryservices.org/index.html | Target Group: Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Mental Health | Fees: Depending on Income: $100/month, or sliding scale, or subsidized | Application Process: Walk-in, 1 hour intake and assessment process | Eligibility Requirements: Housing Eligibility contingent upon participation in outpatient program | Application Wait: No | Service Wait: No
    272. United Community Clinics 3701 Locust Walk Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides screenings, well patient physical exams, education and referrals for medical problems, dental clinics provides screenings, dental exams, and referrals for dental problems. Phone: (484) 238-0822 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/ucclinic/ | Email: uccinformation@gmail.com
    273. United Community Health Clinics 4159 Girard Ave First African Presbyterian Church Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Substance abuse education Phone: (215) 704-2782 | URL: www.med.upenn.edu/ucclinic | Email: uccinformation@gmail.com
    274. United States Department of Veterans Affairs 5000 Wissahickon Ave Philadelphia, PA 19101
      Services include benefits assistance.
    275. University City Counseling Center 451 University Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19142
      Outpatient drug free counseling is provided at two locations, and assists individuals to develop a lifestyle that is free from the use of mood or mind-altering substances. Phone: (215) 596-8000 | Hours: M-F 6-6 Sat-Sun 8am-12pm
    276. University of Pennsylvania: Center for Studies of Addiction 3535 Market Street 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The Treatment Research Center directs a wide range of outpatient research programs for alcohol and drug dependent patients. Patients benefit from substance abuse research; specialists provide evaluation and treatment programs for substance abuse patients. Treatment encompasses psychotherapy, medication and rehabilitation. Phone: (215) 222-3200 ext. 156 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/csa/drinking.html | Email: kico@mail.med.upenn.edu | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    277. Urban Solutions, Inc. 1408 South Broad Street First Floor Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Urban Solutions provides health information, education, prevention and medical care services across the life span to the medically, economically, culturally and educationally disadvantaged without regard to income, ethnicity or gender. Founded by a team of committed medical activists, the organization embraces a unique medical outreach model, which forges an active partnership between our primary care medical providers and the community they serve through providing access to a full circle of care. We also serve as a support organization to individuals, projects, and other organizational alliance partners who share our mission. Phone: (215) 755-6462, ext. 139 | URL: http://myurbansolutions.org/Home_Page.html | Email: http://myurbansolutions.org/Home_Page.html
    278. VA Medical Center 3900 Woodland Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The Philadelphia VA Medical Center provides health care to Veterans living in America's fifth-largest metropolitan area, including the city of Philadelphia and six surrounding counties in Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey. The Philadelphia VAMC is part of the VA Healthcare Network - VISN4 and serves as an acute referral center for VA health care facilities in eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and Southern New Jersey. Phone: (215) 823-5800 | URL: http://www.philadelphia.va.gov/ | Hours: 12:30-8 M-F: 10 - 8 Wknd
    279. VA Regional Office and Insurance Center 5000 Wissahickon Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office & Insurance Center (VAROIC) in Philadelphia is one of 58 offices throughout the country dedicated to serving Veterans and their dependents. We process claims for Compensation, Pension, Death Benefits, Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment and Life Insurance. We can also help you apply for Education benefits and Home Loans. The VAROIC also hosts nationwide call centers for both Insurance and Pension Management, and we are one of eight national call centers for other Veterans benefits. Phone: (800) 827-1000 | URL: http://www.vba.va.gov/ro/philly/
    280. Vaux Family Health Center 23rd and Master Streets Philadelphia, PA 19121
      QCHC provides primary preventive, chronic and episodic care services to thousands of residents in Philadelphia. We provide care to many patients that do not have the ability to pay for quality health services. QCHC offers medical, dental, nutrition, behavioral health, case management and integrated services to all patients. Phone: (215) 236-8289 | URL: http://www.qchc.org/ | Email: info@qchc.org
    281. Veterans Upward Bound Program 3933 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides education/career assistance, tutoring, computer training, and academic instructions to veterans free of charge. Phone: (215) 898-6892 | URL: http://www.navub.org/ | Email: dsbell@uwm.edu
    282. Wedge Recovery Centers: Frankford Office 4243 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 744-3600 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/index.php | Email: pcoy@wedgepc.com
    283. Wedge Recovery Centers: Logan Office 4913 North Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 329-3200 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/index.php | Email: fperez@wedgepc.com
    284. Wedge Recovery Centers: Main Office 6701 N 4th St Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 276-3922 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/index.php | Email: DHammacher@WedgePC.com
    285. Wedge Recovery Centers: Recovery & Education Center: Germantown 3604 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 223-3600 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/index.php | Email: PGoode@WedgePC.com
    286. Wedge Recovery Centers: Recovery & Education Center: Juniper 1939 South Juniper Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 271-5822 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/index.php | Email: RVillagran@WedgePC.com
    287. Wedge Recovery Centers: South Office 2009 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 271-2200 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/index.php | Email: gpoole@wedgepc.com | Hours: 8:30 AM - 8 PM M-T: Fri 8 AM -5 PM
    288. Wedge Recovery Centers: Venango Office 3609 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 223-1100 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/index.php | Email: DPendleton@WedgePC.com | Hours: 8 AM - 8 PM: Mon-Fri
    289. WES Health Systems (Dr. Warren E. Smith Health Centers) 1315 Windrim Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Various facilities throughout Philadelphia to assist those with behavioral health, substance abuse, and mental retardation issues. Some services are for women only. Phone: (215) 456-2644 | URL: http://www.drwes.org/philadelphia.aspx | Email: moreinfo@drwes.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    290. White Deer Run 1921 W 8th Street Devitt Camp Road Erie, PA 16505
      White Deer Run Treatment Centers' caring and professional staff is available at all times to assist you and your loved ones in obtaining rehabilitation services and guidance for drug addiction and alcoholism. Phone: (877) 907-6237 | URL: http://www.whitedeerrun.com/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    291. Wilson Park Medical Center 2520 Snyder Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides a broad spectrum of healthcare services for patients of all ages, including comprehensive preventive care, management of acute and chronic diseases, well-childcare, family planning and other women's health services. Phone: (215) 755-7700 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org/hct_aa.asp?locationid=7
    292. WIRES Walk-in Reentry Services 2553 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides walk-in reentry services including job/resume help, insurance and benefits help, resource referrals, college application help, drug treatment, and ID help. Phone: 267-394-7372 | Email: cjb.upenn@gmail.com | Hours: Tuesdays: 5:30pm-7:30pm
    293. Women In Transition (WIT) 21 South 12th Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Women In Transition (WIT) provides empowerment counseling, referrals and advocacy to women in Philadelphia who are endangered by domestic violence and/or substance abuse. Phone: (215) 564-5301 | URL: http://www.helpwomen.org/wp/ | Email: witinfo@helpwomen.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 -5
    294. Woodland Ave. Health Center 5000 Woodland Ave Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Greater Philadelphia Health Action health center. Also provides drug and alcohol counseling to parents and caretakers of children enrolled as clients at the Woodland Ave. center Phone: (215) 726-9807 | URL: www.gphainc.org | Email: cjoerger@gphainc.org
    295. X-Offenders Empowerment 2227 N Broad street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Helping ex-offenders (not on probation or parole) find employment and reintegrate in to the community, has monthly meetings at African-American United Fund. Mobilizing the community to address issues threatening healthy family and community life, and to reduce recidivism. Phone: (215) 668-8477 | URL: http://www.x-offenders.org/ | Email: jacobs19132@yahoo.com
  7. Family Services

    1. ACHIEVEAbility 21 South 61st Street Philadelphia, PA 19139 35 N 60th Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Helps low income, single parent, formerly homeless families achieve long-term self-sufficiency. Programs and Services offered: 1) Family Services Sufficiency Program, enabling homeless, single parent families to further their education to the post secondary level. 2) Community Referral services 3) Utility Assistance, for households with gas and water shut off notices 4) Security Deposit/Rent Assistance for households with eviction notices 5) Tax Preparation 6) Spring Youth Activities for children ages 7-17 Phone: (215) 748-8800 | URL: www.achieveability.org | Email: info@achieveability.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5 | Target Group: Varies, depending on program | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Must meet certain grant tiers, be willing to go to school, pass tests, and be eligible for financial aid for the Self Sufficiency Progam.
    2. ACLU of PA: Clara Bell Duvall Reproductive Freedom Project PO Box 40008 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      As part of the Foundation of the ACLU of Pennsylvania, the Duvall Project views reproductive freedom as a core civil liberty and a foundation of the right to privacy. The Duvall Project defends and advances reproductive rights and liberties in Pennsylvania through research, education, advocacy, and litigation to ensure access to safe and legal reproductive health services for all. Phone: (215) 592-1513, ext. 117 | URL: http://www.aclupa.org/education/clarabellduvallreproductiv/ | Email: info@aclupa.org
    3. Adoption ARC 4701 Pine Street J-7 Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Adoption ARC, Inc., was founded in March 1994 by Tara E. Gutterman in response to the overwhelming number of babies born in the Philadelphia region without permanent homes. Adoption ARC is a 501 (c)(3)(e) non-profit organization licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, the State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families Licensing Bureau, and the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families in the State of Delaware, to provide adoption services to the Tri-State area and beyond. Adoption ARC is also fully Hague Accredited. Most birth families enter this program through a self-referral process. Other sources of referrals are, but not limited to, the following: prenatal, social or health care providers; crisis pregnancy centers, and school guidance counselors. In addition, last-minute referrals of infants already born are accepted from hospital social workers. Adoption ARC provides free and confidential counseling and supportive services (e.g. referrals to housing programs; job readiness training; enrollment in a Medical Assistance program; and, transportation to pre-natal appointments) to pregnant women or women interested in creating an adoption plan for their infant. The counseling, also known as options counseling, addresses the pregnancy, the needs of an infant, the impact the pregnancy will have on other family members, the current resources and support systems available to the birth family, grief work, goal setting and future planning. Parenting of the child in the home setting or with relatives is also explored with the Birth Family. Main Number 215-748-1441 , 24 hours a day/7 days per week Toll Free Telephone Number 1-800-884-4004 , 24 hours a day/7 days per week | URL: www.adoptionarc.com | Email: mary@adoptionarc.com | Email: merle@adoptionarc.com | English | Hours: M-F 10 A.M. until 5:30 P.M. | Target Group: Pregnant Women and Women Parenting Infants of All Races | Funds: N/A | Fees: None. Adoption ARC provides free and confidential birth family counseling to women who are pregnant or who are considering placing their infants for adoption. | Application Process: Self-Referral | Eligibility Requirements: Self-Referral | Application Wait: N/A | Service Wait: N/A | ADAAccess: Yes. | Transportation: Our agency will provide transportation upon request.
    4. Amnion Crisis Pregnancy Center 944 Haverford Ave Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 2251 Garrett Road Upper Darby, PA 19026
      Crisis pregnancy center. Bryn Mawr 610-525-1557 Upper Darby 610-622-9957
    5. Angel Tree 5241 Cottage St Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides children and family services. Phone: (215) 270-0828 | URL: http://www.prisonfellowship.org/programs/angel-tree/
    6. Archdiocese of Philadelphia
      Early childhood and parenting of teens (fee based) through the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Call for locations and schedule. Phone: 610-660-9002
    7. Asociacion de Puertoquenos MedicalClinic 3263 North Front St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      APM maintains three behavioral health clinics delivering professional, culturally sensitive treatment and prevention services to more than 2,000 City residents without geographic restriction. All services offer bilingual diagnoses and treatment for their community's mental health issues. All APM Mental Health Clinics provide the following specific services: Individual Therapy Family and Group Therapy Psychiatric Evaluations Psychiatric Intervention Medication Monitoring Anger Management Couples Counseling Phone: (215) 426-1077 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org/mentalhealth.html | Email: info@apmphila.org
    8. Assessment & Treatment Alternatives: TAP Program 1241 Vine Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Assessment & Treatment Alternatives (ATA) is a non-profit, Forensic Mental Health Clinic. ATA specializes in the assessment and treatment formulation for children, adolescents and adults with severe emotional and behavioral problems who are involved in the legal system. Provides a range of forensic mental health services in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. their staff include psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and case managers. Intensive and ongoing education, training and supervision for their staff, insure patients have access to the most experienced clinicians. Phone: (215) 405-2100 | URL: http://atainc.org/services/tap.html | Email: wrussell@forensiceval.org | Hours: M-F 8am-5pm
    9. Back to Society, Inc. PO Box 15300 Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Provides children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, finance/budgeting, health, legal services, re-entry services. Phone: (267) 902-3866 | Email: back2societyinc@yahoo.com
    10. Baring House 3401 Baring Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Services include respite care center (24 hours), family empowerment, and parenting classes.
    11. Belmont Center
      Inpatient hospitalization for children, adolescents, and older adults. Partial hospitalization for adolescents and older adults. lntensive outpatient for older adults. | URL: http://www.einstein.edu/mental-behavioral-health/eating-disorders/
    12. Bernardine Center
      Provides no cost parenting workshops for mothers. fathers, and families. Phone: 610-497-3225 | URL: www.bernardinecenter.org
    13. Bethanna 1212 Wood Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Bethanna is a multi service child welfare and behavioral health agency that provides the highest quality system of care for children and families in order to ensure safety,restore emotional wellness and build family stability. Bethanna provides Community Umbrella Agency Services, Behavioral Health Services, Resource Home Care, SWAN Adoption Services and Parenting Education. We hve been proudly serving families in Philadelphia, Southeastern and Central Pennsylvania for over 80 years. | URL: www.bethanna.org | Email: kbarlow@bethanna.org | Spanish | Hours: 9 am - 9 pm, Monday through Saturday | ADAAccess: Wheelcahair ramp and accessible restrooms | Transportation: Broad Street Line- Race/Vine Station
    14. Caring People Alliance: Fels South Philadelphia Community Center 2407 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Focuses on giving parents the skills to deal with child non-compliance, day care, mentors and parent respite. Phone: (215) 218-0800 | URL: http://www.caringpeoplealliance.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10:fels-s.. | Email: info@caringpeoplealliance.org
    15. Casa De Consejera y Salud Integral, Inc. 213 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides the Latino families and others living in North Philadelphia with an agency specialized on counseling and social services that helps every member of the family to use their capabilities and abilities to the maximum in the psychological, social, cultural, educational and spiritual areas through the use of the holistic approach. Phone: (215) 634-3259 | Hours: Mon-Tue 9am-8pm W-F 9-5pm
    16. Casmir Cares (Formerly Parkside Human Service) 4950 Parkside Ave Philadelphia, PA 19131 5000 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      We are committed to providing professional in-home and community care that helps enrich lives of people with disabilities, people who are elderly, individuals recovering from illness or injury, and mentally challenged, as well as children and adults with special needs. Their goal is to ensure peace of mind for families and loved ones who are faced with the challenges of placing relatives in nursing homes and other treatment facilities. We offer a wide array of non-medical services tailored to the unique needs of the individuals we care for. Phone: (215) 879-6116 | URL: http://casmircares.com/
    17. Catholic Social Services - Philadelphia 227 N 18th st Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 587-3900 | URL: http://www.catholicsocialservicesphilly.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
    18. Center for Postpartum 8611 Germantown Ave 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Assistance with symptoms of depression and anxiety during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Phone: 215-247-2114 | URL: http://www.postpartumcenter.com/
    19. Center Foundation
      Provides mentoring for teens. women, and job seekers; young parents support network. Phone: 610-565-6171 | URL: www.thecenterfoundation.org
    20. Child Care Information Line 642 N Broad St 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides families in Philadelphia with resource to find, select, and pay for child care. Phone: (215) 763-0100 | URL: http://www.philadelphiachildcare.org | Email: north@philadelphiachildcare.org | Hours: Mon-Thurs 8-6pm F:9-5pm
    21. Childline
      Child abuse reporting. Phone: 800-932-0313 TDD 866-872-1677
    22. Children and Youth Services (CYS) 20 S 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082 531 Penn Street Chester, PA 19013
      CYS investigates all allegations of child abuse and neglect, as mandated by state law. Provides a wide range of services to abused and neglected children from birth to age 18, and their families as well as services to adolescents who are at severe risk due to their behavior or that of their parent. Phone: 610-713-2000 Phone: 610-447-1000 Phone: 610-891-5258 | URL: www.co.delaware.pa.uslhumanserviceslchildyouth.html
    23. CHOICE 1233 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107 PO Box 40835 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides: children and family services, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol treatment, education, health information, re-entry services, and reproductive health information. Phone: (215) 985-3356 x 124 | Email: info@choice-phila.org
    24. CHOICE Hotline 1500 Walnut Street Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      CHOICE is a community-based organization dedicated to increasing awareness of and access to reproductive, sexual, and maternal/child health services. Phone: (215) 985-3300 | Email: info@choice-phila.org | Hours: M-Thr 830-730 Fri-830-5
    25. Columibia North YMCA 1400 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 235-6550 | URL: https://philaymca.org/branches/columbia-north/ | Email: blawson@philaymca.org | Hours: Mon-Thr 6am-9pm Friday 6:30am-8pm Saturday 8am-5pm Sunday 9am-5 pm
    26. COMHAR (formerly Community Organization for Mental Health and Retardation) 100 West Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides a wide variety of programs for individuals and families affected by mental health or intellectual disability issues. Phone: (215) 203-3000 | URL: http://comhar.org/ | Hours: Mon-Thr 830-5 Fri 9-5
    27. Community Behavioral Health 801 Market St 7th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Serving Philadelphia's uninsured, underinsured, and Medicaid-eligible patients. Phone: (215) 413-3100 Phone: (888) 545-2600 | URL: http://dbhids.org/community-behavioral-health/
    28. Community Council Health Systems: Community Council for Mental Health and Mental Retardation 4900 Wyalusing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The mission of Community Council is to provide comprehensive mental health and educational services for adults and children. All services are designed to be holistic, geographically accessible, culturally sensitive, and coordinated with other related service systems, both formal and informal. Community Council has a long history of providing mental health services to Philadelphia residents and is one of the City of Philadelphia's original 12 Base Service Units. We provide a range of mental health and substance abuse direct services and case management. It now boasts of 10 children's services and five adult programs. The organization has a total diverse staff of 450 people that have particular cultural competence in working with the African American community. The agency serves over 3500 consumers (adult and children) on a weekly basis. Phone: (215) 295-8869 | URL: http://ccmhmr.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    29. Community Support Program 1101 Market Street 7th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides mental health counseling services. Phone: (215) 685-4768 | Email: Michelle.khan@phila.gov
    30. Community Treatment Team 520 N Columbus Blvd 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides therapy and case management to the mentally ill. Phone: (215) 923-8042 | URL: http://www.pmhcc.org/index.php/programs/philadelphia-community-treatment-teams
    31. Compassionate Friends
      Grief and loss support for parents, siblings and grandparents. Phone: 610-544-6645 | URL: http://www.compassionatefriends.org/home.aspx
    32. Conewago 424 Nye Road Hummelstown, PA 17036
      Provides mental health services for men and women. Phone: (717) 533-0428 | URL: http://www.firetree.com/da-conewago-place-inpatient.asp | Email: conewagopl@firetree.com | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    33. Congresso de Latinos Unidos 216 W Somerset St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      All inclusive services with emphasis on helping the Latino Community. All services are fully Bilingual(English and Spanish). Call main general number to be transferred to appropriate help. Phone: (215) 763-8870 | URL: http://www.congreso.net/site/ | Spanish | Hours: M-F 8-30-5 | Target Group: Residents of North Philadelphia and East Police Division
    34. Consortium, Inc : Island Ave 3751 Island Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19153
      The Consortium, Inc. is a nonprofit Community Mental Health Center incorporated in 1967. Our focus is directed towards delivering services to our neighbors in West and Southwest Philadelphia, and throughout the City. We are here to serve your behavioral health care needs regardless of income. We provide behavioral health care programs and services for children, adults, and senior citizens. Phone: (215) 596-8100 | URL: http://www.consortium-inc.org/home.html | Email: info@consortium-inc.org
    35. Contact Greater Philadelphia
      A nonprofit organization that provides free and confidential telephone-based crisis and suicide intervention services to those in need in the Greater Philadelphia region. Contact's services are provided on a 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year basis. All services offered by the organization are provided by volunteers who are recruited and trained by COlllaer. Clients call Conmer's crisis hotlines for assistance in dealing with loneliness, depression, anxiety. drug and alcohol dependence, difficulties with marital or other interpersonal relationships, job loss and financial problems. Main Number 215-355-6000 | URL: http://www.fsabc.org/program/contact-helpline/
    36. CORA Services 8540 Verree Road Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Provides support and teen parent groups as well as single mother and other programs, among other assorted mental health/MR services. Phone: (215) 342-7660 | URL: www.coraservices.org | Email: info@coraservices.org
    37. Countv Office of Services for the Aging (COSA) 206 Eddystone Ave 2nd Floor Eddystone, PA 19022
      Provides community information, in-home, and volunteer services for older adults including the GATEWAY program-(Giving Assessment, Treatment, and Empowerment in the Aging Years), which targets adults 60 and up with behavioral health issues and connects them to appropriate resources. Phone: 610-490-1300 After business hours 610-622-9284 | URL: www.delcosa.org
    38. Crossroads Women's Center PO Box 11795 Philadelphia, PA 19101
      Family advocacy services. Phone: (215) 848-1120
    39. Crozer Chester Community Hospital
      Offers behavioral health services for children and adults that include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, individual, family, and group therapy, case management. Adults 610-497-7687 Children 610-497-7584
    40. Daddy's Right Here 661 Church Lane Yeadon, PA 19050
      Provides workshops, training, online resources, parenting classes, custody support, and visitation. Phone: (215) 681-0423 | URL: http://www.daddysrighthere.net/ | Email: daddysrighthere@yahoo.com
    41. Delaware County Family Center 2600 W 9th St Chester, PA 19013
      Each Family Center provides parenting workshops. family literacy programs, information and referrals. Phone: 610-494-9280
    42. Delaware County Pregnancy Center 2508 Edgmont Avenue Chester, PA 19013
      Services include limited medical services, counseling, abortion information, referrals, post abortion support, on going pregnancy support, adoption information, parenting education program. Phone: (610) 872-2229
    43. Delaware County Suicide Prevention Awareness Task Force
      The Delaware County Suicide Prevention Awareness Task Force offers information and education about, and assistance and support to, efforts to lessen the incidence of suicide and the stigma associated with suicide and suicide loss. | URL: http://www.delcosuicideprevention.org/
    44. Domestic Abuse Project 14 West 2nd Street Media, PA 19013 2600 W 9th Street Chester, PA 19013
      Provides immediate crisis intervention, information, support, referrals, emergency, and advocacy in filing for temporary Protection From Abuse (PFA) orders and representation for clients at penn anent PFA hearings. Offers accompaniment and advocacy for victims involved in criminal proceedings against their abusers. Provides shelter to adults and their dependent children at imminent risk of physical abuse. Transitional housing program offers longer-term subsidized housing and intensive case management. Short and long-term supportive/educational counseling. 24 hour hotline: 610-565-4590 Phone: 610-565-6272 Phone: 610-497-6737 | URL: www.dapdc.org
    45. DRG Counseling
      Provides fee-based parenting worksbops in Chadds Ford. Phone: 610-357-5627
    46. Eastern Delco Family Center 1515 Lansdowne Ave St. Bernard Hall, 2nd Floor Darby, PA 19023
      Social Services Organization Phone: 610-532-2811
    47. Educating Communities for Parenting 919 Walnut Street 10th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Educating Communities for Parenting (ECP) is a private, non-profit 501C3, which has provided the highest quality parenting education and support services throughout Philadelphia since 1976. ECP serves nearly 350 clients annually from a wide range of parenting populations including adults, teens, adjudicated delinquent, and mothers living with their children in homeless and substance abuse recovery facilities. Main Office 215-496-9780 , 9:00 to 5:00 Monday to Friday | URL: www.ecparenting.org | Email: natoya@ecparenting.org | none | Fees: No fees
    48. EMIR Healing Center 59 E Haines St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      EMIR Healing Center (Every Murder is Real) supports family members and friends who have been affected by homicide. EMIR provides many services including: Family & Friends Support Services; Grief Support Groups; Assistance with Victim’s Compensation forms; Education & Navigation about the Criminal Justice System; In-court Support & Advocacy; Nutrition counseling and support. Phone: 215.848.4068 | URL: EMIRphilly.org | Email: info@EMIRphilly.org
    49. Episcopal Community Services 225 S 3rd St Philadelphia, PA 19106 22 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19151
      Episcopal Community Services empowers vulnerable individuals and families by providing high-quality social and educational services that affirm human dignity and promote social justice. Programs and Services: 1) ECS FAST Housing: Provides cases management and permanent housing to more than 40 households in which a parent has a disability and a history of homelessness in order to help people achieve independence. 2) ECS St. Barnabas Mission serves homeless women and their children providing shelter, case management, and related services to address the root causes of homelessness. Women can obtain a referral through the Office of Supportive Housing. 3) ECS Foster/Kinship Care. 4)ECS Home Care for Seniors. 5)ECS Out of School Time: ECS provides after school and summer programs in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia. 6) ECS Teens Takin' Over: Provides support and resources to vulnerable youth in Philadelphia. This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prisons Society. Phone: (215) 351-1400 | URL: http://www.ecsphilly.org/ | Email: info@ecs1870.org | Hours: M-F 9-4:45pm | Eligibility Requirements: Varies
    50. Episcopal Hospital 100 East Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      At Episcopal Campus, you and your family will find many of the healthcare services you need, including: A full-service Emergency Department and Minor Care Center A 21-bed inpatient unit One of Philadelphia's four psychiatric Crisis Response Centers A 118-bed Behavioral Health Center and outpatient clinic Advanced radiology services, including digital mammography, MRI and CT scans A full-service laboratory Family doctors, ob/gyns and pediatricians Specialty care doctors, including cardiologists and ophthalmologists Prenatal services for expectant mothers Phone: (215) 707-1200 | URL: http://episcopal.templehealth.org/content/default.htm
    51. Family & Community Service 600 N Olive Street Media, PA 19063 37 N Glenwood Ave Clifton Heights, PA 19018
      Provides individual and family counseling, participates in the Second Time Around Parents (STAP) and Parents as Leaders (PAL) programs. Accepts medical assistance, most insurances and has a sliding scale fee. Phone: 610-566-7540 Phone: 610-626-5800 | URL: www.fcsdc.org
    52. Family Support Line 100 West 6th Street Media, PA 19063
      Provides free therapy groups for children and adolescent victims of sexual abuse. Also provides parents therapy group and access to a therapy network. Phone: 610-891-5237 Phone: 610-891-5253 | URL: www.familysupportline.org
    53. Family Therapy Treatment Program 1200 Callowhill Street Suite 104 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The Family Therapy Treatment Program (FTTP) offers therapeutic services to families and couples residing in Philadelphia. Family therapy helps families resolve conflict, address challenges, and improve awareness of the issues that have contributed to past and present struggles. The goal of therapy is to strengthen relationships and increase a family's level of empowerment and resiliency. FTTP helps families recover from experiences that have caused trauma, pain, anxiety, depression, conflict, behavioral problems and miscommunication. FTTP's therapists are specially trained and credentialed in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). Appointment availability includes evening, weekends and home visits (if needed). | URL: www.phmc.org | Email: cgreen@phmc.org | Hours: Daytime, evenings and weekends | Target Group: All | Fees: Services covered by CBH (Medical assistance) | Application Process: Call intake line at 214-413-0141 | Eligibility Requirements: CBH | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: 0-5 days | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: 23 bus
    54. Feeling Blue Suicide Prevention Council
      A community-based organization dedicated to decreasing the rising incidence of suicide, reducing the stigma, and supporting people affected by depression or Joss of loved one to suicide, by education, [faining, and linking people to resources. Phone: 610-715-0076 | URL: www.feelingblue.org
    55. Financial Empowerment Centers 1401 JFK Boulevard Municipal Services Building Philadelphia, PA 19103 216 Somerset Street Congresso Headquarters Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Mission Statement: Philadelphia's network of Financial Empowerment Centers provide financial counseling with professionally trained counselors to help clients transition from debt management to saving. Programs/Services Offered 1) Money Management and Budgeting 2) Banking and Basic Financial Transactions 3) Credit Reports 4) Using Credit Wisely 5) Consumer Protection and Debt Collection 6) Student Loans 7) Negotiation 8) Future Planning 9) Homeownership Facebook: Philadelphia Financial Empowerment Center Twitter: @FEC_Philly Instagram: fec_philly This listing was updated by the PA Prison Society Main phone number 1-855-FIN-PHIL **(346-7445) | URL: www.phila.gov/financialempowerment | Email: financial.empowerment@phila.gov | Spanish | French | Portugese | Hours: call to schedule an appointment | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Must be a Philadelphia Resident
    56. Genesis II / Caton Village 1239 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 978-8010 | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    57. Good Shepherd Mediation Program 2000 Hamilton Street Rodin Place, Suite 301 Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Good Shepherd Mediation Program (GSMP) empowers individuals to creatively search for meaningful and lasting solutions to their conflicts without resorting to crime, violence, or litigation. GSMP’s mission is to encourage peace, reconciliation, and social justice through the use of mediation, restorative justice and other constructive conflict resolution processes. Offering a range of mediation services and trainings in: community and family disputes, divorce and child custody, workplace conflict, victim offender conferencing, and conflict coaching. Phone: (215) 843-5413 | URL: http://www.phillymediators.org | Email: gsalinger@phillymediators.org | Hours: Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm | Fees: Sliding scale based upon participant’s average annual income.
    58. Greater Philadelphia Health Action 432 N 6th Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      GPHA has been serving the area for over 40 years and has provided a continuum of care to generations of families. The foundation of our care is centered on the "whole" person - body and mind - and providing healthcare and behavioral care in the same convenient location. Phone: (888) 296-GPHA (4742) Phone: (215) 925-2400 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org/
    59. Green Tree School 1196 East Washington Lane Philadelphia, PA 19138
      Operates a private school, and provides on-site and community based Outpatient Services, Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services and School Therapeutic Services for children and young adults, ages 5-21, classified with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and Developmental Delays. Phone: 215.866.0200 | URL: www.greentreeschool.org | Email: admin@gts-s.org
    60. Health Federation of Philadelphia: Early Head Start Program 1228 North Franklin Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides services for children and families. Judy Snow (215) 223-5200, ext. 120 | URL: http://www.healthfederation.org/ds-children-EarlyHeadStart.html | Email: kmuhammad@healthfederation.org
    61. Healthy Communities Initiative 102 W Rose Tree Rd Media, PA 19063
      Parenting workshops and discussion groups. Phone: (484) 442-8532
    62. Hispanic Community Counseling Services 3221 Keinsington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides mental health services for the Latin community of Northern Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 739-7599 | URL: http://www.hccsphila.org | Email: postmaster@hccsphila.org | Hours: 8 AM - 9 PM, Mon - Fri
    63. Holy Trinity Church 1100 W Rockland St Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides worship services as well as AA/NA meetings. There is also a Powell Center and a Senior Center. Phone: (215) 329-3710
    64. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania 3400 Spruce St 3rd Floor, Suite D Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 662-6932 | URL: http://www.pennmedicine.org/
    65. Intercommunity Action, Inc. 6012 Ridge Avenue Center at 6122 Ridge Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Interact has more than two dozen individual programs and more than 400 staff working to fulfill their mission and to meet the needs of their consumers. Journey's Way, their service to older adults, provides programs for active adults ages 55+, affordable housing for lower income adults age 62 and older, and assistive services for more frail elderly. Behavioral Health Services are coordinated through their Greenridge Counseling Center, which serves children and adults in a variety of outpatient, home, school, and community settings. And their services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities include community residential living arrangements, a day activities center, and supportive employment services. Phone: (215) 487-1330 | URL: http://intercommunityaction.org/ | Email: info@intercommunityaction.org | Hours: Mon-Thurs 830am-8pm; Fri 830am-5pm
    66. Intercultural Family Services 4225 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Intercultural Family Services, Inc. (Intercultural) is an independent non-profit 501 (c)(3) human services agency founded in 1979. Since this time we have been committed to serving the needs of children and families in the Greater Philadelphia area. Through a broad array of culturally competent, collaborative, family-centered programs, we empower the people we serve with the ability to meet the challenges of everyday life and to build a firm foundation for a bright future. We look forward to forging stronger, more creative, and new partnerships in the public and private sectors. Phone: (215) 386-1298 | URL: http://www.ifsinc.org | Email: ifsi@ifsinc.org
    67. Jewish Family and Children's Services: Arch Street 2100 Arch St 5th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides a variety of mental health Services including substance abuse counseling, prevention programming in a peer group setting and more. Phone: (267) 256-2100 Toll Free (866) 532-7669 | URL: http://www.jfcsphilly.org/
    68. Jewish Family and Children's Services: North Broad Street 1501 N Broad St #14 Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides a variety of mental health Services including substance abuse counseling, prevention programming in a peer group setting and more. Phone: (267) 2560-2200 | URL: http://www.jfcsphilly.org/
    69. Jewish Family and Children's Services: Veree Road 10125 Veree Rd Suite 304 Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides a variety of mental health Services including substance abuse counseling, prevention programming in a peer group setting and more. Phone: (215) 934-5551 | Email: www.jfcsphil.org
    70. JFK Community MH/MR Center 112 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides high quality services to residents of Philadelphia who need behavioral health treatment. JFK provides a safe, caring therapeutic atmosphere for clients. We offer services to adults, children, and their families. Phone: (215) 568-0860 3342 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org/ | Email: jwilliamson@jfkbhc.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    71. Joshua Achievement Center: North Broad 2221 N Broad St 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 765-7321
    72. Joshua Achievement Center: West Banks 2016 W Berks Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 235-1394 ext. 844
    73. Juniata Community Mental Health 2254 N 3rd St Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Offers mental health outpatient services Phone: (215) 291-0804
    74. Kardon Institute 3745 Clarendon Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Offers music, art, and dance/movement therapy services to individuals with various special needs at Settlement Music School branches and at other locations in our community. Phone: 215.320.2625 | URL: www.kardoninstitute.org | Email: mark.bottos@smsmusic.org
    75. Life Beyond Abuse
      Offers support and treatment to all members of the cycle of abuse. Programs include individual counseling, moderated support groups and assistance to victims involved in custody and visitation issues. Phone: 610-565-3399
    76. Linda Falasco, MSW, LCSW
      Family therapy, couples therapy, teens and adolescents, suicide loss support group. Phone: 484-571-8010 | URL: http://www.lindafalascolcsw.com/
    77. Lutheran Settlement House: Frankford Ave. 1340 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Provides domestic and sexual violence education services. The Pathways to Employment Program offers individualized job search assistance including resume review, interview preparation, and online applications, connections to PA Careerlink Services, Job readiness workshops, and Customer Service training for certification. Email: pep@lutheransettlement.org. The Adult Literacy & Lifelong Learning Program offers individual and small-group tutoring in preparation for the GED, HiSET, or to meet other career or education-related goals. Email: literacy@lutheransettlement.org. Phone: (215) 426-8610, ext. 235 Pathways to Employment Program 215-426-8610 x2006 Adult Literacy & Lifelong Learning Program 215-426-8610 x1242 | URL: www.lutheransettlement.org | Email: info@lutheransettlement.org
    78. Maranatha Baptist Church 4525 Comly St Philadelphia, PA 19135
      Provides counseling services. Phone: (215) 338-9535
    79. Maternity Care Coalition 224 Long Lane Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Programs to support maternal and child health through community and professional education, research and advocacy. Phone: 610-713-0570 | URL: http://www.momobile.org/
    80. Maternity Care Coalition: MOMobile 8151 State Rd Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Advocates work with families in their own homes: families are nurtured and empowered to sustain healthy lifestyles. MOMobile services focus on overall family wellbeing and ensure family members get medical care, mental health services, and social services. Phone: (215) 685-7281 | URL: http://maternitycarecoalition.org/professionals/services-for-families/momobile/ | Email: kpollack@momobile.org
    81. Menergy 7500 Germantown Avenue New Covenant Campus-Elders Hall - Suites Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Evaluation of risk and abuse need not include physical violence to be considered for treatment. Phone: (215) 242-2235 | URL: http://www.menergy.org/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    82. Men's Resource Center 1601 Walnut Street Suite 1017 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Men's Resource Center of Philadelphia is dedicated to helping men discover, develop, and celebrate their humanity. We seek to free men of the rigid male training that erodes their lives and relationships. Their goal is to help men redefine and revisit their roles so they can experience full humanity and establish respectful lives. Phone: (215) 564-0488 | URL: http://www.themensresourcecenter.org/ | Email: MRCphiladelphia@gmail.com | Hours: 8:30 every day
    83. Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital 1500 Lansdowne Ave Darby, PA 19082
      Provides of compassionate care and community access to quality healthcare services that improve the health of individuals and communities. Phone: (610) 237-4000 | URL: http://www.mercyhealth.org/
    84. Michelle Kindt
      Offers fee-based parenting workshops. Phone: 610-688-1424 | URL: www.michellekindt.com
    85. Nationalities Service Center 1216 Arch Street 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides support groups, parents as teachers, and parents empowerment. Fosters child development, developing relationships and discipline. Phone: (215) 893-8400 | URL: www.nationalitiesservice.org
    86. NORTH, Inc 1300 W Lehigh Ave Suite 104 Philadelphia, PA 19124
      NORTH, INC. is the non-profit organization that manages the WIC Program in Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia WIC Program is the largest, single county program in the Commonwealth. WIC provides benefits and services to more than 49,000 women, infants and children in Philadelphia County. There are 18 primary WIC offices which are located in two City Health Centers, five community health centers, in the three major children's hospitals and in eight free standing offices which are not connected to any health care facility. In addition the Mobile WIC office provides services to participants in 28 satellite offices that the staff visit once a month ? 16 high schools, seven community health centers and 5 shelters. Phone: (215) 978-6100 | URL: http://www.northwic.org/ | Hours: M-F 8-5
    87. North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation 2221 N Broad St Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      North Philadelphia Human Services Development Corporation strengthens families by connecting them to the opportunities, resources, and support systems they need to raise happy, healthy, and successful children and to support adult individuals who require additional support | URL: http://nphsdc.org/
    88. Nueva Vida Behavioral Health Center 112 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Nueva Vida is a multilingual/multicultural Health Center that provides bilingual mental health services to people of all ages. Nueva Vida's staff consists of Psychiatrist, Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist, Psychotherapists/Counselors for adults, children and adolescents. The Center offers Psychiatric Evaluations, Mental Health Evaluations, Counseling, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Medication Management. Phone: (215) 291-1250
    89. Office of Early Intervention 20 S 69th Street Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Offers services to children from birth to 3 years who experience developmental delays. Phone: 610-713-2406
    90. Pan American Mental Health Clinic 4519 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Pan American Behavioral Health Center provides behavioral health services to the Bucks County community. We offer bilingual psychotherapists fluent in Spanish and English. Services offered by Pan American include: Psychiatric Evaluation, Individual and Family Psychotherapy, Dual Diagnosis, Patient Education (on base pathology), Medical orientation in reference to psychotropic medicines Psychotherapy and Counseling Services for adolescents, adults and children Psychiatric Services Phone: (215) 457-1620
    91. Parents Involved Network (PIN) 1211 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides support and education for parents of children experiencing behavioral health problems. Phone: (800) 751-1800(ext.214) | URL: http://dbhids.org/parents-involved-network | Email: pin@mhasp.org
    92. Partnership For Community Supports 9360 Ashton Road Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Provides supports and coordination for individuals with intellectual disabilites. Assists individuals and their families in locating needed supports and services within their community. Phone: (267) 350-4500 | URL: www.pfcsupports.org
    93. Passages Counseling Center
      Offers parenting and co-parent assistance. Accepts many insurance plans or fee based services. Phone: 610-891-9923 | URL: www.passagescc.com
    94. Pathways PA 310 Amosland Rd Unit 1 Holmes, PA 19043
      Residential and community-based services, including parenting classes, outreach and job training for low income women, children, and families. Phone: 610-543-5022 | URL: http://pathwayspa.org/
    95. Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence 3605 Vartan Way Suite 101 Harrisburg, PA 17110
      Provides referrals for shelters and domestic violence service provider advocacy, advice and training Phone: (800) 932-4632 | URL: www.pcadv.org | Email: pdierkers@pcadv.org
    96. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Children's Health Helpline
      Early periodic screening, diagnosis and treatment, provides free health care program for kids, teens and young adults (birth through 20 years of age) on Medical Assistance. Phone: (800) 986-5437 | URL: http://www.helpinpa.state.pa.us/HelpInPA/
    97. Pennsylvania Health Law Project 123 Chestnut St Corn Exchange Bldg, Suite 400 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      PHLP is a nationally recognized expert and consultant on access to health care for low-income consumers, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Phone: (215) 625-3990 | URL: www.phlp.org
    98. Pennsylvania Prison Society: Family Visitation 245 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides clients with children/family services and reentry services. Phone: (215) 564-4775 ext. 103 | Email: aschwartzman@prisonsociety.org
    99. Pennsylvania Reproductive Associates 819 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 5217 Militia Hill Rd Plymouth, PA 19462
      Fertility services and family planning. Phone: 215-922-3173 Phone: 610-834-1140
    100. People for People: Project Restore 800 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides information, interviews, and intake for children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, employment services, housing, and residential transitional services; information for pregnant mothers about housing and education. Phone: (215) 235-2340 | URL: http://www.peopleforpeople.org/pfp-project-restore.html | Email: wivery@peopleforpeople.org
    101. Peter's Place 150 N Radnor-Chester Rd Suite F-130 Radnor, PA 19087
      Peter's Place offers a safe, private setting for grieving children and families to get help with the healing process. Children, teens, and parents meet every other week in free peer support groups, which are led by experienced professionals and trained volunteers. Phone: 610-687-5150 | URL: http://www.petersplaceonline.org/
    102. Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN) 2700 North 17th Street Lehigh Pavilion, Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      PAAN provides community safety through direct services that impact upon the drug and violence problems that plague neighborhoods and develops positive alternatives for youth. Responds to crisis situations, conducts conflict resolution sessions, provides education and training programs, and responds to hotline calls. Phone: (215) 940-0550 | URL: http://www.paan1989.org// | Email: communications@paan1989.org
    103. Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network (PAAN): On the Parenting Tip (OPT) 2700 N 17th Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The OPT Parenting Program is a parenting program specifically for fathers ages 14 through 30. The idea is to present men with an opportunity to gain parenting skills that are meant to be helpful in providing the children in their lives a wholesome and nurturing environment in which they can develop. Phone: (215) 940-0550 | URL: http://www.paannetwork.org/program/opt.html | Email: communications@paan.info
    104. Philadelphia Mental Health Clinic 1235 Pine St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Offers outpatient mental health and counseling services. Phone: (215) 735-9379 | URL: http://www.pmhccares.org/
    105. Philadelphia Vet Center: Northeast 101 E Olney Avenue Suite C-7 Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Vet Centers provide individual, group and family counseling to all veterans who served in any combat zone. Services are also available for their family members. Veterans have earned these benefits through their combat service and all are provided at no cost to the veteran or family Phone: (215) 924-4670 | Email: www.va.gov/directory/guide | Hours: 8-430 M-F
    106. Philadelphia Veterans Center 801 Arch St Suite 502 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides intensive outpatient for honorably discharged veterans and outpatient facilities. Normal working hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends. Phone: (215) 627-0238 Phone: (877) 927-8387 | URL: http://www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?id=590 | Hours: M-F 8-430 RegOffice7a-7p
    107. Postpartum Stress Center 1062 Lancaster Ave Suite 2 Rosemount, PA 19010
      A premier treatment and professional training center for prenatal and postpartum depression & anxiety. In addition to this area of expertise, we offer a full range of general counseling services to individuals or couples seeking support. Phone: 610-525-7527 | URL: http://postpartumstress.com/
    108. Practitioners Research and Scholarship Institute PO Box 9173 Allentown, PA 18105
      PRASI is a program of the North Berkeley Institute for Personal and Social Change. They help individuals, organizations and communities address effective conflict management, cultural competency, organizational change, strategic planning and non-profit board development. | URL: www.prasi.org | URL: www.coachbatts.com | Email: sybow@aol.com | Email: justequality@yahoo.com
    109. Prison Ministry 2800 West Cheltenham Ave Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Provides counseling for returning veterans. Phone: (215) 276-7200 | Email: *This is ENON Tabernacle Chuch
    110. PRO-ACT (Pennsylvania Recovery OrganizaliollMAchieving Community Together)
      A support group of volunteers advocating for the recovery community, their families, and for those still sufTering from the disease of addiction. Call to enroll in the family program, which is offered in convenient locations through Delaware County. Phone: 800-221-6333 | URL: www.proact.org
    111. Project Re:wrap 7500 Germantown Ave Eagle II Suite 301 Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Provides anger management counseling. Phone: (215) 242-2235
    112. Religious Society of Friends/Quakers: PA Alternatives to Violence Project 2001 North Norris Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      PA Alternatives to Violence Project sponsors workshop courses in non-violent conflict resolution. Phone: (215) 763-6409
    113. Resources for Human Development: Womanspace Philadelphia 6400 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Individual/group therapy, relapse prevention, criminal justice counseling, life skills training, parenting training, stress management, mental health/nutrition education, and aftercare planning/placement. Services provided for women over 18 who are homeless Philadelphia residents involved with the Philadelphia criminal justice system. Phone: (215) 844-2400 | Email: jury@rhd.org, robert.fishman@rhd.org, stan@RHD.ORG
    114. Safe Haven of Pennsylvania
      Also known as the Newborn Protection Act, it states that a parent of a newborn (less than 28 days old) may leave the child in the care of a hospital without being criminally liable providing that the following criteria are met: the parent expresses orally or through conduct that they intend for the hospital to accept the child, and the newborn is not a victim of child abuse or criminal conduct. Phone: 866-921-SAFE
    115. Sally Watson Center 5128 Wayne Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Services include crisis nursery center - 7a.m. - 7p.m.
    116. Senior Victim Services 20 S Olive St Suite 303 Media, PA 19063
      Free service that assists senior (55 years of age and older) victims of crime through home visits; accompaniment to judicial proceedings and related medical appointments; assistance filing compensation claims; and public education programs. Phone: 610-627-2292
    117. Service Access Management (SAM), Inc.
      Provides mental health resources. | URL: http://www.sam-inc.org/service-access-management.php?id_pag=14
    118. Social Security Administration 1500 JFK Blvd 2 Penn Center STE 2000B Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Social Security delivers a broad range of services online at socialsecurity.gov and through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, teleservice centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and our State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services. A link to the application for obtaining a social security card is included as well. Phone: 800-772-1213 TTY 800-325-0778 | URL: www.ssa.gov | URL: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/forms/ss-5.pdf
    119. Social Work Consultation Services (SWCS)
      Provides free services to residents of Chester and surrounding areas in the home or in their offices located al Community Hospital. They offer family programs, counseling, and information and referral services. Phone: 610-859-6047 | URL: www.swcs.ccf.org
    120. Southwest Counseling Center 6408 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19142
      Offers psychiatric and psychological assessments, as well as outpatient intervention and treatment services to individuals, couples and family services are only offered to adults ages 19 and up. Phone: (215) 727-4420 | URL: http://dbhids.org/community-mental-health-centers
    121. Southwest Nu-Stop Inc 1609 W Poplar St Philadelphia, PA 19130 5616 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19142
      Southwest Nu-Stop, Inc. has been providing outpatient treatment service since 1995. Within that time of providing services we have developed an extensive referral network and relationship with the county based services units. Phone: (215) 787-9600 Phone: (215) 729-2014 | URL: http://www.swnustop.com/ | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    122. Springfield Psychological
      Provides parenting skills training and family counseling. Phone: 610-544-2110 | URL: www.springfieldpsychological.com | Email: info@springpsych.com
    123. Supportive Child/Adult Network 324 S 34th St Children?s Hospital Nursing Education Building Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides parents or caregivers with counseling once reuniting with their families after incarceration. Phone: (215) 590-1504 | Email: ksmith@scanpa.org
    124. Survivors of Suicide (SOS)
      Provides support to those who have lost a family member, loved one, or friend to suicide. Phone: 215-545-2242 | URL: http://www.sosphilly.org/
    125. Taylor Hospice
      Our dedicated team of nurses, doctors, counselors, therapists, chaplain and volunteers use their experience and expertise to provide a full range of family-centered services that enhance comfort and improve the quality of life for both the patient and their loved ones. Phone: 610-521-5822 | URL: http://www.taylorhospice.org/
    126. The Center for Autistic Children 3695 Conshohocken Ave Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The Center for Autism is the oldest specialized autism treatment and evaluation center in the nation. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families. Phone: (215) 878-3400 | URL: http://www.thecenterforautism.org/ | Email: info@thecenterforautism.org
    127. The Pathway School 162 Egypt Road Jeffersonville, PA 19403
      Private school that serves students with neurological impairment, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, psychological disorders, and serious emotional disturbance. Phone: 610-277-0660 | URL: www.pathwayschool.org | Email: info@pathwayschool.org
    128. 18th Street Development 1815 South 18th Street Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Designed to support needs of relatives who have assumed the role of the caregiver for children under 18 who have been orphaned, abused, abandoned or neglected by their biological parents. Phone: (215) 271-0052
    129. Transformation Yoga Project P.O. Box 762 Kennett Square , PA 19382
      Transformation Yoga Project serves people impacted by trauma, addiction and incarceration through trauma-sensitive, mindfulness-based yoga. Participants develop skills to heal and navigate life with comfort and ease. Transformation yoga project connects groups and individuals to accessible yoga classes in facilities and in the community. Director of Justice Dept 484 340-0656 | URL: Transformationyogaproject.org | Email: brianne@transformationyogaproject.org | Email: Info@transformationyogaproject.org | Hours: Weekdays and evenings | Fees: None | ADAAccess: N/A | Transportation: N/A
    130. Turning Points for Children 415 South 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides innovative programs that nurture families with children who are struggling against difficult economic and environmental odds. The approach includes after-school family programs, teen parent education, and assistance to relative caregivers and in-home services for vulnerable children who may be in imminent risk of child abuse or neglect. Phone: (215) 875-4955 | URL: http://www.turningpointsforchildren.org/ | Email: info@turningpointsforchildren.org
    131. Turning Points for Children: Parenting Collaborative 415 South 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Parenting Collaborative, a new initiative (2010) contract program of City of Philadelphia Department of Human Services (DHS). For more information about the Time Out for Teens and Tots Program please contact Louise Leibowitz, LCSW, Program Director, at (215) 875-4963 Phone: (215) 875-4963 | Email: lleibowitz@tp4c.org
    132. WAR (Women Against Rape)
      WAR provides accompaniment services to the hospital, police station, court proceedings, or counseling services. Phone: 610-566-4342
    133. Wedge Recovery Center 6701 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Will only take clients for anger counseling if there is an underlying substance abuse problem. Phone: (215) 276-3922 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/ | Email: RVillagran@WedgePC.com
    134. WES Health Systems (Dr. Warren E. Smith Health Centers) 1315 Windrim Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Various facilities throughout Philadelphia to assist those with behavioral health, substance abuse, and mental retardation issues. Some services are for women only. Phone: (215) 456-2644 | URL: http://www.drwes.org/philadelphia.aspx | Email: moreinfo@drwes.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    135. Widener University Child Development Center 1800 Walnut Street Chester, PA 19013
      The Child Development Center Laboratory School at Widener University offers a circle of learning for young children, parents, families, teacher candidates, faculty members and our community. Phone: 610-499-1097 | URL: cdc.widener.edu
    136. Widener University Community Counseling Center
      Provides wide range of psychological and counseling services including educational assessment, psychological testing, individual therapy for children and adults, couples and family therapy, substance abuse counseling, and sports psychology. Fees for services are based on a sliding scale. Call for infomlation or an appointment. Closed mid-June through early August. Phone: 610-499-1261
    137. Widener University Social Work Counseling Services
      The Center for Social Work and Psychological Services offers Families Together Program and provides free individual and family counseling, and educational testing for school children. Educational and psychologicaJ testing for individuals of all ages is also available. Phone: 610-859-6047 | URL: www.socialworkcounselingservices.org | URL: http://onlineprograms.widener.edu/msw/masters-of-social-work
    138. Women, Infants & Children program (WIC)
      Provides supplemental foods and nutrition education to pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants, and young children up to age 5. Springfield Office 610-328-7930 Chester Office 610-497-7660 Darby Office 610-352-7925
    139. Women, Infants & Children (WIC) at West Philadelphia 4148 Lancaster Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women, mothers, infants and children under the age of 5. Phone: (215) 662-0119 | URL: http://www.pcom.edu/general_information/Community_Healthcare_Centers_/Lancaster_Avenue_Center_/Lancaster_Avenue_Cen.html | Email: info@pcom.edu
    140. Women In Transition (WIT) 21 South 12th Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Women In Transition (WIT) provides empowerment counseling, referrals and advocacy to women in Philadelphia who are endangered by domestic violence and/or substance abuse. Phone: (215) 564-5301 | URL: http://www.helpwomen.org/wp/ | Email: witinfo@helpwomen.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 -5
    141. Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR) 1617 JFK Blvd 1 Penn Center, Suite 1100 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Women Organized Against Rape is a non-profit organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania whose mission is to eliminate all forms of sexual violence through specialized treatment services, comprehensive prevention education programs, and advocacy for the rights of victims of sexual assault. Provides free counseling for women, men and children who have experienced sexual violence. Please explore their website to learn more about sexual violence and the array of services that WOAR can provide to survivors, family members and the community. Phone: (215) 985-3333 | URL: http://www.woar.org/ | Email: info@woar.org
    142. Women's Resource Center 113 W Wayne Ave Wayne, PA 19087
      Services include: Information & Referral, Legal Services, Counseling, Career Services, Girls' Leadership, Parenting Support, Women Veterans Initiative Phone: 610-687-6391 | URL: http://womensresourcecenter.net/
  8. Finances

    1. Back to Society, Inc. PO Box 15300 Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Provides children and family services, drug and alcohol treatment, education, finance/budgeting, health, legal services, re-entry services. Phone: (267) 902-3866 | Email: back2societyinc@yahoo.com
    2. Benephilly Two Logan Square Ste 550 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The BDT model seeks to improve the efficiency of benefits enrollment for low-income people by using data-driven strategies and a person-centered approach to target and streamline the outreach and application assistance process. Phone: 844-848-4376 | URL: bdtrust.org
    3. College Access Program 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Suite 700 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The College Access Program helps make a college education accessible to anyone interested in pursuing higher education regardless of age, grade level, or location by providing direct services to middle and high school students from select partner schools. Phone: 888-608-7925 Phone: 215-665-1400 | URL: http://www.philaedfund.org/programs/supporting-students/the-college-access-program
    4. Congresso de Latinos Unidos 216 W Somerset St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      All inclusive services with emphasis on helping the Latino Community. All services are fully Bilingual(English and Spanish). Call main general number to be transferred to appropriate help. Phone: (215) 763-8870 | URL: http://www.congreso.net/site/ | Spanish | Hours: M-F 8-30-5 | Target Group: Residents of North Philadelphia and East Police Division
    5. Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project (CBAP) 42 S 15th Street Robinson Building, 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides the Fresh Start Clinic, a free legal services program founded by Philadelphia bankruptcy and public interest lawyers. It is staffed by volunteer lawyers, law students, and paralegals who can assist low-income individuals needing advice about consumer debt. Volunteers file Chapter 7 bankruptcies. Main Number (215) 523-9511 | URL: www.philalegal.org | URL: http://www.philalegal.org/html/consumer_bankruptcy_assistance.html | Email: malluce@gmail.com
    6. Debtors Anonymous
      A 12 step recovery program from compulsive debt. Phone: 877-717-DEBT | URL: www.debtorsanonymous.org
    7. Department of Public Welfare (DPW): Pennsylvania County Assistance Offices
      List of Assistance offices by county. Includes phone #s, addresses, and LIHEAP contacts | URL: http://www.dpw.state.pa.us/findfacilsandlocs/countyassistanceofficecontactinformation/index.htm
    8. Federal Student Aid
      Provides student loans to finance your education. At the link included, you’ll find answers to questions you may have about how being incarcerated in an adult correctional facility or committed to a juvenile justice facility affects your eligibility for federal student aid for college or career school. Phone: 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) | URL: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/sites/default/files/aid-info-for-incarcerated-individuals.pdf | Email: studentaid@ed.gov
    9. Financial Empowerment Center
      Philadelphia’s network of Financial Empowerment Centers provide FREE high-quality, one-on-one financial counseling with professionally trained counselors to help clients transition from debt management to saving. Phone: (215) 686-1776 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/fe/Pages/default.aspx | Email: financial.empowerment@phila.gov
    10. Financial Empowerment Centers 1401 JFK Boulevard Municipal Services Building Philadelphia, PA 19103 216 Somerset Street Congresso Headquarters Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Mission Statement: Philadelphia's network of Financial Empowerment Centers provide financial counseling with professionally trained counselors to help clients transition from debt management to saving. Programs/Services Offered 1) Money Management and Budgeting 2) Banking and Basic Financial Transactions 3) Credit Reports 4) Using Credit Wisely 5) Consumer Protection and Debt Collection 6) Student Loans 7) Negotiation 8) Future Planning 9) Homeownership Facebook: Philadelphia Financial Empowerment Center Twitter: @FEC_Philly Instagram: fec_philly This listing was updated by the PA Prison Society Main phone number 1-855-FIN-PHIL **(346-7445) | URL: www.phila.gov/financialempowerment | Email: financial.empowerment@phila.gov | Spanish | French | Portugese | Hours: call to schedule an appointment | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Must be a Philadelphia Resident
    11. Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP) 42 South 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      HAP collaborates with shelter providers, homeless advocates, community service providers and the legal community to provide homeless clients with legal representation and to connect them with other social services. HAP currently holds legal clinics at twenty-five homeless shelters, transitional housing sites, overnight cafes and soup kitchens. Phone: (215) 523-9595 | URL: http://www.homelessadvocacyproject.org/
    12. Lasalle Neighborhood Nursing Center 1900 West Olney Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Assists TANF clients in understanding and complying with employment training requirements to move them toward activities for self sufficiency. Phone: (215) 951-5051 | URL: http://www.lasalle.edu/academ/nursing/n_nursing/ | Email: wolf@lasalle.edu
    13. LIFT-Philadelphia 5548 Chestnut St 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19139
      LIFT-Philadelphia is a community resource center where individuals can find assistance working towards their goals relating to finding employment, housing, public benefits, and educational opportunities. Call for more information or to set up an appointment! Phone: (215) 474-1807 | URL: http://www.liftcommunities.org/ | Email: jromalis@liftcommunities.org
    14. Mayor's Office of Community Services and Opportunity 990 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Distributes and accepts applications for the LIHEAP program. The LIHEAP program helps low income people pay their heating bills through energy assistance grants. Phone: (215) 685-3600 | URL: www.phila.gov/mocs
    15. NORTH, Inc 1300 W Lehigh Ave Suite 104 Philadelphia, PA 19124
      NORTH, INC. is the non-profit organization that manages the WIC Program in Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia WIC Program is the largest, single county program in the Commonwealth. WIC provides benefits and services to more than 49,000 women, infants and children in Philadelphia County. There are 18 primary WIC offices which are located in two City Health Centers, five community health centers, in the three major children's hospitals and in eight free standing offices which are not connected to any health care facility. In addition the Mobile WIC office provides services to participants in 28 satellite offices that the staff visit once a month ? 16 high schools, seven community health centers and 5 shelters. Phone: (215) 978-6100 | URL: http://www.northwic.org/ | Hours: M-F 8-5
    16. One Day At A Time 2532 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19132 2310 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      ODAAT is dedicated to serving low-income and homeless men and women and their families in the Philadelphia area who are afflicted by addiction and HIV/AIDS. -GED /ABE LITERACY -COMPUTER LITERACY TRAINING -LIFE SKILLS CLASSES -PARENTING CLASSES -HOUSING WORKSHOPS -MONEY MANAGEMENT/FINANCIAL PLANNING -JOB READINESS TRAINING -SAFETY COUNTS WORKSHOP -ADDICTION RECOVERY COUNSELING -HOMELESS SHELTERS AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FACILITIES -CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES -MEDICAL CASE MANAGEMENT -HIV PREVENTION/EDUCATION -COUNSELING, TESTING AND REFERRAL (CTR) SERVICES -HIV SUPPORT GROUPS -FOOD BANK This information was updated by the PPS Phone: (215) 221-1033 | URL: http://www.odaat.us/ | Hours: 9 AM - 5 PM, Mon - Fri
    17. PathWays PA: Financial Assistance 4414 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Eligibility screenings for food stamps and cash assistance, child care assistance advocacy, employment and training programs, case suspension/sanctions, medical assistance including CHIP & adult Basic, financial strategies and tax benefit information. Phone: (215) 387-1470 | URL: http://www.pathwayspa.org/self-sufficiency.html | Email: ffranchi@pathwayspa.org
    18. Pennsylvania Bar Association Pro Bono Office 100 South Street PO Box 186 Harrisburg, PA 17101
      The County Bar Services Department is the PBA liaison with local bar associations throughout the commonwealth. It is responsible for county bar malpractice avoidance, Stepping Out and In-firm Malpractice Avoidance programs. The director is liaison to the Conference of County Bar Leaders and its annual two-day seminar. Phone: (800) 932-0311 ext 2236 | URL: http://www.pabar.org
    19. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare: General Helpline
      Provides cash assistance, medical assistance and energy assistance. Phone: (800) 692-7462 | URL: http://www.dpw.state.pa.us//
    20. People's Emergency Center: LISC Financial Opportunity Center 3939 Warren St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The LISC Financial Opportunity Center (FOC) at PEC's Center for Employment and Training assists PEC residents and community members with financial goal planning and building good credit scores. Phone: 267-777-5854 | URL: http://bit.ly/PECFOCapply | URL: http://www.pec-cares.org/ | Email: hpizarro@pec-cares.org | Application Process: Apply online at http://bit.ly/PECFOCapply | Eligibility Requirements: Open to all PEC residents and community members
    21. Philadelphia Corporation for Aging 642 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The mission of Philadelphia Corporation for Aging is to improve the quality of life for older Philadelphians or people with disabilities and to assist them in achieving their maximum level of health, independence and productivity. Special consideration is given to those with the greatest social, economic, and health needs. Phone: (215) 765-9040 | URL: http://www.pcacares.org/ | Email: info@pcaphl.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5
    22. Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement (PCCA) 1617 JFK Blvd Suite 1550 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement is a non-profit housing and community economic development organization serving the people and communities in the Greater Philadelphia area. PCCA supports the revitalization and stabilization of neighborhoods throughout the region. It seeks to empower and protect homeowners and other housing consumers through financial education and housing counseling services. Phone: (215) 567-7803 | URL: http://www.pccahousing.org/index.html | Email: Wanda@philapcca.org | Hours: M-F 8-5
    23. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Alden District 5835 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4800 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    24. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Boulevard District 4109 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-6500 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    25. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Center District 900 N Marshall St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-3600 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    26. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Delancey District 5548 Chestnut St 1st Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19139
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-3700 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    27. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Elmwood District 5554 Chestnut St 1st Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19139
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-3800 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    28. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Federal District 1334 Bainbridge St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4400 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Email: contactus@philabundance.org | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    29. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Girard District 961 N Marshall St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-3500 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    30. Philadelphia County Assistance Office Headquarters 1400 Spring Garden St 6th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-2900 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us
    31. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Hill District 301 E Chelten Ave 3rd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-5200 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    32. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Jefferson District 2701 N Broad St 3rd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-6600 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    33. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Kent District 2701 N Broad St 2nd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-7100 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    34. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Lehigh District 2701 N Broad St 4th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4609 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    35. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: North District 219 E Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4600 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    36. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Nursing Home District 4601 Market St Ground Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19139
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4000 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    37. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Ogontz District 301 E Chelten Ave 2nd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-5500 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    38. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Ridge District 1350 W Sedgley Ave Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-5000 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    39. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Snyder District 990 Buttonwood St 5th Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4900 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    40. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Tioga District 1348 W Sedgely Ave Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-4300 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    41. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Unity District 4111 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-6400 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    42. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Vine District 4601 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-2301 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us | Hours: Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday - Friday
    43. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: West District 260 S Broad St Suite 18 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The mission of DPW is to promote, improve and sustain the quality of family life; break the cycle of dependency; promote respect for employees; protect and serve Pennsylvania's most vulnerable citizens; and manage our resources effectively. Residents of Pennsylvania can seek assistance and a range of services for themselves and their families from professionally trained staff members at county assistance offices. Phone: (215) 560-6100 | URL: www.dpw.state.pa.us
    44. Philadelphia Department of Public Welfare 801 Market Street Suite 5140 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides welfare information. Phone: (215) 644-0662 | URL: http://www.dpw.state.pa.us/
    45. Philadelphia Welfare Rights Organization 1231 North Franklin Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Acts as advocate for the rights of the underprivileged, unemployed and underemployed by providing assistance with DPW problems and complaints. Phone: (215) 684-3600
    46. Planned Lifetime Assistance Network
      Provides private case management, representative payee services, and management of trusted accounts. Phone: (610) 687-4306 | URL: http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?Section=Helpline1&template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=149644 | Email: npa@nycap.rr.com
    47. WIRES Walk-in Reentry Services 2553 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides walk-in reentry services including job/resume help, insurance and benefits help, resource referrals, college application help, drug treatment, and ID help. Phone: 267-394-7372 | Email: cjb.upenn@gmail.com | Hours: Tuesdays: 5:30pm-7:30pm
    48. Women, Infants & Children (WIC) at West Philadelphia 4148 Lancaster Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women, mothers, infants and children under the age of 5. Phone: (215) 662-0119 | URL: http://www.pcom.edu/general_information/Community_Healthcare_Centers_/Lancaster_Avenue_Center_/Lancaster_Avenue_Cen.html | Email: info@pcom.edu
  9. Health

    1. ACT (Achievement through Counseling and Treatment)
      Offering individual, group, and family counseling, psychiatric care, medical hepatitis C and HIV specialist care, and case management services. Testing available for hep C, HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. Phone: 215-276-8400 Phone: 215-236-0100 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org/programs/achievement-through-counseling-and-treatment.html | Email: act@jevs.org | Spanish | Hours: Monday?Friday: 7 am?5 pm Saturday and Sunday: 8 am?12 noon | Fees: Community Behavioral Health (CBH) pays for all treatment if you are an eligible participant. If you are ineligible for CBH coverage, you may be eligible for Behavioral Health Services Initiative (BHSI | Eligibility Requirements: Must be age 18 or over.
    2. Action AIDS I 1216 Arch St 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Action AIDS, a Philadelphia-based organization works in partnership with people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, to sustain and enhance their quality of life. Provides a range of direct services and take an active and professional approach to leadership in service, education and advocacy. Phone: (215) 981-0088 | URL: http://actionaids.org/
    3. Action AIDS II 1026 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides HIV testing, case management, housing support, information and referral. HIVTest Type: Free and Confidential (Oral Rapid Test) Phone: 267-940-5515 | URL: actionaids.org | Hours: Walk in hours: Mon 11am-1pm, Tues10am-12pm, Wed 1pm-4pm, Thurs 12-2pm
    4. Action AIDS: Prison Linkage Program 1216 Arch Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      ActionAIDS has maintained a presence in Philadelphia county jails to help people with HIV access medical care, social services and support. The keystone of the Prison Linkage Program (PLP) is about building relationships; with clients, prison health providers, criminal justice system, and community agencies. These relationships have been cultivated over the 18 years that ActionAIDS has been working in the Philadelphia county jails. Phone: (215) 981-3302 | URL: http://actionaids.org/services/case-management/prison-program
    5. Action AIDS: West Philadelphia 3901 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Action AIDS, a Philadelphia-based organization works in partnership with people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, to sustain and enhance their quality of life. Provides a range of direct services and take an active and professional approach to leadership in service, education and advocacy. Phone: (215) 387-6055 | URL: http://actionaids.org/
    6. Aetna Better Health 2000 Market Street Suite 850 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Managed care health plan for individuals who have medical assistance benefits through the Department of Public Welfare. Once an individual has been enrolled in Medical Assistance through DPW they will choose which plan they are enrolled in. Phone: 866-638-1232 | URL: www.aetnabetterhealth.com/Pennsylvania/default.aspx
    7. African Family Health Organization
      The African Family Health Organization (AFAHO). AFAHO works to address an unmet need among members of the African and Caribbean immigrant and refugee communities in the greater Philadelphia area who experience difficulties accessing health and human services due to cultural, geographic, linguistic, and other barriers. Phone: 215-546-1232 | URL: http://www.afaho.net/ | Email: afaho@earthlink.net | French | Mandingo | Woloff | Dioula | Bambara | and Haitian Creole
    8. AIDS Activity Coordinating Office: Prison AIDS Project 8001 State Road House of Corrections Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Provides health information and education. Phone: (215) 685-8599 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/AACO/index.html
    9. AIDS Care Group 2304 Edgemont Ave Chester, PA 19013
      The AIDS Care Group is a non-profit organization that provides medical care, dental care, and social services to uninsured and underinsured minority residents of Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Phone: 610-872-9101 | URL: www.aidscaregroup.org
    10. Aids Fund 1315 Spruce St 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      AIDS Fund supports HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and services in the Delaware Valley by raising dollars and increasing public awareness about the impact of HIV on their communities. Phone: (215) 731-9255 107 | URL: http://aidsfundphilly.org/ | Email: info@aidsfundphilly.org
    11. AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania 1211 Chestnut St Suite 600 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania has been fighting for the rights of Pennsylvanians living with HIV/AIDS. Please contact us if you would like more information or are in need of their services. Provides legal assistance with the following issues: HIV/AIDS discrimination Confidentiality of HIV-Related Information HIV Testing Protocols Public/Private Benefits Housing Wills, living wills, & powers of attorney Financial/Consumer Debt Immigration Phone: (215) 587-9377 | URL: http://aidslawpa.org/ | Hours: Intake hrs 930-1
    12. Albert Einstein Medical Center 5501 Old York Road Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia is a 772-bed tertiary-care teaching hospital located in North Philadelphia. The hospital has an accredited Level I Regional Resource Trauma Center and one of the busiest emergency rooms in Philadelphia. We offer highly regarded residency and fellowship training programs in many areas. Phone: (215) 456-7890 | URL: http://www.einstein.edu/
    13. Amnion Crisis Pregnancy Center 944 Haverford Ave Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 2251 Garrett Road Upper Darby, PA 19026
      Crisis pregnancy center. Bryn Mawr 610-525-1557 Upper Darby 610-622-9957
    14. Anorexia-Bulimia Association Hotline
      Offers free hotline counseling, a national network of support groups, referrals to healthcare professionals, education and prevention programs. Phone: 847-831-3438 | URL: www.anad.org
    15. APM Community Health Center 3263 N Front St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      APM provides comprehensive services in the areas of Health, Human Services and Community and Economic Development. All APM programs and services do not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, race, sexual preference, national origin, or ability to pay. Phone: (215) 739-4950 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org | Email: info@apmphila.org
    16. Aria Hospital 4900 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Aria Health is the largest healthcare provider in Northeast Philadelphia and Lower Bucks County. With three leading-edge community hospitals and a strong network of outpatient centers and primary care physicians, Aria upholds a longstanding tradition of bringing advanced medicine and personal care to the many communities it serves. Phone: (215) 831-2000
    17. ASIAC (formerly AIDS Services in Asian Communities) 1711 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      ASIAC is a nonprofit community based organization promoting access for Asians & Pacific Islanders who face linguistic, cultural and systemic barriers to culturally competent healthcare, HIV/AIDS services, and social services. Phone: (215) 629-2300 | URL: http://asiac.org/home.html | Hours: M-F 9-5
    18. Augustinian Defenders of the Rights of the Poor (ADROP) Unity Health Clinic 1400 Lombard St Health Center #1 Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides basic medical services and screening to the public free of charge with an appointment (walk-ins are discouraged). The facility has limited medication on site and is also a Villanova University practitioner site for its school of nursing. Hours: Tues 5pm-9pm. | URL: www.rightsofthepoor.org/UnityHealthClinic | Email: jedeegan@comcast.net, dlong02@villanova.edu
    19. Blacks Educating Blacks about Sexual Health (BEBASHI) 1217 Spring Garden st 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides sexual health education and client services, focusing especially on HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. Confidential or anonymous testing, case management and a variety of support groups are available. Phone: (215) 769-3561 | URL: http://www.bebashi.org/?page_id=48 | Email: bell@critpath.org
    20. Bryn Mawr Hospital 130 S Bryn Mawr Ave Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
      Full service hospital including bariatric surgury, breast center, cancer center, heart services, maternity care, orthopedic center, and neurovascular center. Phone: 610-526-3000 | URL: www.mainlinehealth.org/brynmawr
    21. Cancer Center of America 1331 E Wyoming Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124
      This CTCA cancer hospital offers imaging technology, including GE Discovery PET/CT 600 scanner, MRI, ultrasound, large bore CT/RT with simulation, and a Mammography Suite. We also offer genetics testing and counseling. Phone: (215) 537-7400 | URL: http://www.cancercenter.com/eastern-hospital.cfm
    22. Casa De Consejera y Salud Integral, Inc. 213 West Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides the Latino families and others living in North Philadelphia with an agency specialized on counseling and social services that helps every member of the family to use their capabilities and abilities to the maximum in the psychological, social, cultural, educational and spiritual areas through the use of the holistic approach. Phone: (215) 634-3259 | Hours: Mon-Tue 9am-8pm W-F 9-5pm
    23. Casmir Cares (Formerly Parkside Human Service) 4950 Parkside Ave Philadelphia, PA 19131 5000 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      We are committed to providing professional in-home and community care that helps enrich lives of people with disabilities, people who are elderly, individuals recovering from illness or injury, and mentally challenged, as well as children and adults with special needs. Their goal is to ensure peace of mind for families and loved ones who are faced with the challenges of placing relatives in nursing homes and other treatment facilities. We offer a wide array of non-medical services tailored to the unique needs of the individuals we care for. Phone: (215) 879-6116 | URL: http://casmircares.com/
    24. Center for Family Health at Upper Darby 5 S State Rd Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Center for Family Health at Upper Darby Phone: (610) 352-6585 | URL: www.crozerkeystone.org/
    25. Center for Postpartum 8611 Germantown Ave 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Assistance with symptoms of depression and anxiety during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Phone: 215-247-2114 | URL: http://www.postpartumcenter.com/
    26. ChesPenn Health Services - Eastside 125 East 9th Street Chester, PA 19013
      ChesPenn Health Services, Inc. is a network of non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) that provides comprehensive primary and preventive care and social services to medically underserved families and individuals on a sliding scale. ChesPenn Health Services strives to meet the unique health needs in its communities in linguistically and culturally competent ways. Phone: 610-872-6131 | URL: http://www.chespenn.com/
    27. ChesPenn Health Services - West 2600 W 9th St Chester, PA 19013
      ChesPenn Health Services, Inc. is a network of non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) that provides comprehensive primary and preventive care and social services to medically underserved families and individuals on a sliding scale. ChesPenn Health Services strives to meet the unique health needs in its communities in linguistically and culturally competent ways. Phone: 610-859-2059 | URL: http://www.chespenn.com/ | Email: susan.spragins@chespenn.org
    28. Children's Hospital Family Clinic 3350 Market St 2nd Fl. Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Promotes an environment that recognizes adolescents' need for confidentiality and trust, while also including collaboration with family members and significant others. Teens learn to practice self-advocacy to prepare them for successful transition to adult healthcare. Phone: (215) 590-2965 | URL: http://www.chop.edu/index.html
    29. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 3401 Civic Center Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Exclusively pediatric Children’s Hospital is committed to researching and finding cures for chronic and fatal pediatric illnesses. Our physician-researchers draw on the latest available information about the human genome to customize therapies to variations in genetic makeup. Oncologists are working on therapeutic vaccines for children that teach patients’ healthy cells to recognize and fight cancer. Other researchers are investigating prenatal stem-cell transplants to improve treatments for a variety of diseases including muscular dystrophy, leukemia and sickle cell disease. Phone: 215-590-1000 | URL: http://www.chop.edu/
    30. CHOICE 1233 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107 PO Box 40835 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides: children and family services, domestic/sexual violence education, drug/alcohol treatment, education, health information, re-entry services, and reproductive health information. Phone: (215) 985-3356 x 124 | Email: info@choice-phila.org
    31. COMHAR (formerly Community Organization for Mental Health and Retardation) 100 West Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides a wide variety of programs for individuals and families affected by mental health or intellectual disability issues. Phone: (215) 203-3000 | URL: http://comhar.org/ | Hours: Mon-Thr 830-5 Fri 9-5
    32. COMHAR - Specialized Services 100 South Broad Street Suite 1430 Philadelphia, PA 19110
      Our mission is to create a community space for the recovery of people living with HIV. Learning that you HIV can be a difficult process; we're here to help people with that process. We have a world famous CIRC (community integrated recovery center) program in which people with HIV can attend groups, meet with our psychiatrist, and be able to develop bonds with other people in their community who are living with HIV. PACTS is our therapy program; it is offered to people living with HIV as well as people in the LGBTQI community. Members will be able to meet with a therapist for an hour once per week or per month or as needed. COMPASS/CASSAH are our two housing programs. They are transitional housing programs in which a member is given a home and a supported independent living counselor travels to their home to visit them each month or as needed. Phone: 215-569-8414 | URL: www.comhar.org | Email: Mbowen@comhar.org | English/Spanish/Sign | Hours: 8:30-5:00 Monday through Friday on call weekends | Target Group: People living with HIV | Funds: Various | Fees: none | Eligibility Requirements: Mental Health diagnosis/HIV/LGBTQI person | Application Wait: immediate | Service Wait: NA | Transportation: Transportation is provided to our members by us. We pay for transportation for you.
    33. Community Living Room (Adults with Mental Illness and HIV/AIDS) 100 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19110
      This Community Integrated Recovery Center (CIRC) provides education and skill-building opportunities to develop healthier, more rewarding lives. One of the oldest community-based day programs in the city, CLR encourages members’ strengths, choices, achievements, creativity, and dreams. Phone: (215) 569-8414 | URL: http://comhar.org/programs/community-living-room-adults-mental-illness-and-hivaids | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    34. Community Transit of Delaware County 206 Eddystone Avenue Eddystone, PA 19022
      Transportation provided for health care appointments, shopping and other pre-arranged trips. Phone: 610-490-3960 | URL: www.ctdelco.org
    35. Congresso de Latinos Unidos 216 W Somerset St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      All inclusive services with emphasis on helping the Latino Community. All services are fully Bilingual(English and Spanish). Call main general number to be transferred to appropriate help. Phone: (215) 763-8870 | URL: http://www.congreso.net/site/ | Spanish | Hours: M-F 8-30-5 | Target Group: Residents of North Philadelphia and East Police Division
    36. Covenant House Health Services 251 East Bringhurst Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Covenant House Inc. is committed to provide comprehensive health services, primarily to individuals and families residing in the Greater Germantown communities and Northwest Philadelphia. These services will be provided without discrimination and with careful attention to physical, social and emotional health. Phone: (215) 844-1020 | URL: http://covenanthousehealth.org/
    37. CoventryCares Health Plan 700 American Avenue King of Prussia, PA 19103
      Managed care health plan for individuals who have medical assistance benefits through the Department of Public Welfare. Once an individual has been enrolled in Medical Assistance through DPW they will choose which plan they are enrolled in. Phone: 866-903-0748 TTY 800-613-3087 | URL: www.peoplematterpa.com/
    38. Customized Community Transportation (CCT) 1234 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), SEPTA provides comparable service for people with disabilities who are functionally unable to use regular accessible fixed-route bus service for some or all of their transportation needs. Eligible individuals can travel whenever and wherever buses operate in SEPTA's five-county service region. Phone: (215) 580-7145 | URL: www.septa.org
    39. Delaware County Memorial Hospital 501 N Lansdowne Ave Drexel Hill, PA 19026
      A 168-bed, not-for-profit facility that offers a broad range of acute and specialized services. Phone: 610-284-8100 | URL: http://www.crozerkeystone.org/Locations/delaware-county-memorial-hospital/
    40. Delaware County Pregnancy Center 2508 Edgmont Avenue Chester, PA 19013
      Services include limited medical services, counseling, abortion information, referrals, post abortion support, on going pregnancy support, adoption information, parenting education program. Phone: (610) 872-2229
    41. Dr. Mubarik Malik 2919 N 22nd St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides dental care. Phone: (215) 227-0107
    42. Episcopal Hospital 100 East Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      At Episcopal Campus, you and your family will find many of the healthcare services you need, including: A full-service Emergency Department and Minor Care Center A 21-bed inpatient unit One of Philadelphia's four psychiatric Crisis Response Centers A 118-bed Behavioral Health Center and outpatient clinic Advanced radiology services, including digital mammography, MRI and CT scans A full-service laboratory Family doctors, ob/gyns and pediatricians Specialty care doctors, including cardiologists and ophthalmologists Prenatal services for expectant mothers Phone: (215) 707-1200 | URL: http://episcopal.templehealth.org/content/default.htm
    43. Esperanza Health Center 3156 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Private, non-profit group practice in Latino/a community. Offers bilingual, culturally sensitive primary medical care, including HIV/AIDS services, care coordination, counseling and HIV testing. Phone: (215) 831-1100 | URL: http://www.esperanzahealthcenter.org/ | Email: info@esperanzahealth.com
    44. Fairmount Primary Care Center 1412-22 Fairmount Ave Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Offers HIV-antibody testing, primary care, case management, health education and nutrition counseling for people at risk and living with HIV/AIDS Phone: (215) 235-9600 | URL: http://www.dvch.org/dvch/Locations/FairmountPrimaryCareCenter/tabid/100/language/en-US/Default.aspx | Hours: Monday 8:00 am ? 6:30 pm Tuesday 8:00 am ? 5:00 pm Wednesday 8:00 am ? 5:00 pm Thursday 7:30 am ? 5:00 pm Friday 8:00 am ? 5:00 pm
    45. Frankford Avenue Health Center 4501 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides both general medical and dental care. Phone: (215) 744-1302 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org
    46. Friends Hospital 4641 Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Inpatient eating disorder program for adolescents and adults. Phone: 800-889-0548
    47. Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative 1207 Chestnut St 5th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      GALAEI is a non profit organization devoted to creating an awareness of the issues that affect Philadelphia's Latino lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities. GALAEI's work focuses on improving the quality of life for all Latinos and LGBT people, especially in the area of HIV/AIDS and other health related issues, and seeks to demand accountability from all systems that serve them through education, prevention, care, and community collaboration. Phone: (215) 851-1822 | URL: http://www.galaei.org/ | Email: smorales@galaei.org
    48. Gordon-Wright Community Development Center 2340 Oakdale St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      HIV Testing and counseling, drug and alcohol treatment/referrals. Also, provides a education/workforce re-entry program and transitional housing for men, and a computer training center. Phone: (215) 915-2081 | Email: wrightmrvee@aol.com
    49. Greater Philadelphia Health Action 432 N 6th Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      GPHA has been serving the area for over 40 years and has provided a continuum of care to generations of families. The foundation of our care is centered on the "whole" person - body and mind - and providing healthcare and behavioral care in the same convenient location. Phone: (888) 296-GPHA (4742) Phone: (215) 925-2400 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org/
    50. Haddington Health Center 5619 Vine Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 471-2761 | URL: http://www.spechealth.org/
    51. Hair Care Services for Homebound 825 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill, PA 19026
      Home Hospital Hair Care Phone: 610-853-3659 Bernadette Boylan 610-659-5039 Stephanie Saurallo 484-320-8326
    52. Health Partners HMO
      Managed care health plan for individuals who have medical assistance benefits through the Department of Public Welfare. Once an individual has been enrolled in Medical Assistance through DPW they will choose which plan they are enrolled in. Phone: (800) 553-0784 | URL: http://www.healthpart.com/ | Email: contact@healthpart.com
    53. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania 3400 Spruce St 3rd Floor, Suite D Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 662-6932 | URL: http://www.pennmedicine.org/
    54. Hunting Park Health Center 1999 West Hunting Park Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 228-9300 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org/
    55. Kardon Institute 3745 Clarendon Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Offers music, art, and dance/movement therapy services to individuals with various special needs at Settlement Music School branches and at other locations in our community. Phone: 215.320.2625 | URL: www.kardoninstitute.org | Email: mark.bottos@smsmusic.org
    56. Keystone First 200 Stevens Drive Philadelphia, PA 19113
      Managed care health plan for individuals who have medical assistance benefits through the Department of Public Welfare. Once an individual has been enrolled in Medical Assistance through DPW they will choose which plan they are enrolled in. Phone: (800) 521-6860 TTY 800-684-5505 | URL: http://www.keystonefirstpa.com/
    57. Lankenau Hospital 100 Lancaster Avenue Wynnewood, PA 19096
      Lankenau is nationally ranked in Diabetes and Endocrinology, and is also recognized as a high performing hospital in multiple specialties including: Cancer, Cardiology & Heart Surgery, Ear, Nose & Throat, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Geriatrics,Nephrology, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Orthopedics,Pulmonology and Urology. Phone: 610-645-2000 | URL: www.mainlinehealth.org/Lankenau
    58. Larkspur CRC (Friends Hospital) 4641 Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 831-4616 | URL: http://www.womenstherapycenter.org/resources01.php
    59. Linda Creed: Fighting Breast Cancer with Heart 260 South Board Street Suite 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Services include health information for women, and services for women with breast cancer.
    60. MANNA (Metropolitian AIDS Nutrition Alliance) PO Box 30181 Philadelphia, pA 19103
      Provides a meal delivery service to those living with AIDS. Phone: (215) 496-2662 | URL: http://www.mannapa.org/ | Email: info@mannapa.org
    61. Maria de los Santos Health Center 455 West Allegheny Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 291-2500 | URL: http://www.dvch.org
    62. Mary Howard Health Center 125 South 9th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 592-4500 | URL: http://www.phmc.org/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=53:mary
    63. Maternity Care Coalition 224 Long Lane Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Programs to support maternal and child health through community and professional education, research and advocacy. Phone: 610-713-0570 | URL: http://www.momobile.org/
    64. Mazzoni Center 21 South 12th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides a broad range of medical services targeting the lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, same-gender loving (SGL) and questioning communities. Services include HIV care, gynecological, STD screening and treatment, reproductive health, fertility awareness, general health care, trans-health care and individual support with LGBT Health Services Specialist. Phone: (215) 563-0652 x 257 | URL: www.mazzonicenter.org
    65. Mazzoni Center HIV AIDS Health Center 1201 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      HIV tests are confidential and free. Other STO testi ng is on a sliding scale. Other Testing: Syphilis, Chlamydia. Gonorrhea. herpes, HPV. Phone: 215-563-0652 Phone: 215-563-0658 | URL: https://mazzonicenter.org | Hours: 9am-9pm Monday-Friday, Except Tuesdays 9am-3pm, Saturdays 1pm-5pm
    66. Mazzoni Center: Rapid HIV Testing & STD Screening 1201 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides counseling and HIV testing information, general referrals and meeting space for support groups and AIDS related seminars. Phone: (215) 985-9206 | URL: http://mazzonicenter.org/programs/rapid-hiv-testing-std-screening | Hours: M-F 6-9pm Sat-Sun 10a-5p
    67. Meade Family Health Center 18th and Oxford Streets Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 765-9501 | URL: http://www.qchc.org/meade.htm
    68. Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital 1500 Lansdowne Ave Darby, PA 19082
      Provides of compassionate care and community access to quality healthcare services that improve the health of individuals and communities. Phone: (610) 237-4000 | URL: http://www.mercyhealth.org/
    69. Nelson Medical Group 130 S 18th St Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 467-9320
    70. Overeaters Anonymous
      A 12 step recovery program for compulsive overeaters. | URL: www.oa.org
    71. Pennsylvania Health Department 151 W Fifth Street Chester, PA 19013
      Through the use of community-based strategies, the Department of Health has successfully reduced the number of serious illnesses, injuries and deaths due to major health threats; tobacco-related diseases; infectious disease; and accidental injuries. | URL: www.health.pa.gov/
    72. Pennsylvania Health Law Project 123 Chestnut St Corn Exchange Bldg, Suite 400 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      PHLP is a nationally recognized expert and consultant on access to health care for low-income consumers, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Phone: (215) 625-3990 | URL: www.phlp.org
    73. Pennsylvania Hospital: Wood Clinic 700 Spruce St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides general medical care. Phone: (215) 829-3521 | URL: http://www.pennmedicine.org/wagform/MainPage.aspx?config=provider&P=LP&ID=697
    74. Pennsylvania Reproductive Associates 819 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 5217 Militia Hill Rd Plymouth, PA 19462
      Fertility services and family planning. Phone: 215-922-3173 Phone: 610-834-1140
    75. Philadelphia Corporation for Aging 642 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The mission of Philadelphia Corporation for Aging is to improve the quality of life for older Philadelphians or people with disabilities and to assist them in achieving their maximum level of health, independence and productivity. Special consideration is given to those with the greatest social, economic, and health needs. Phone: (215) 765-9040 | URL: http://www.pcacares.org/ | Email: info@pcaphl.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5
    76. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Five 1920 N 20th St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-2930 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc5.html
    77. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Four 4400 Haverford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-7601 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc4.html
    78. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Nine 131 E Chelten Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-5700 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc9.html
    79. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number One 500 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-6570 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/services/Serv_MedicalCare.html
    80. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Six 321 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-3803 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc6.html
    81. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Ten 2230 Cottman Ave Philadelphia, PA 19149
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-0639 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc10.html
    82. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Three 555 South 43rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-7504 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc3.html
    83. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Health Center Number Two 1720 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 658-1803 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hc2.html
    84. Philadelphia Department of Public Health at Strawberry Mansion Health Center 2840 West Dauphin Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides a wide range of primary care and public health services. Phone: (215) 685-2400 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/ambulatoryhealth/hcStrawberry.html
    85. Philadelphia FIGHT 1233 Locust Street 5th floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      FIGHT provides primary care to people with HIV/AIDS at the Jonathan Lax Immune Disorders Treatments Center, which provides state of the art clinical care to address the comprehensive needs of people with HIV/AIDS. Clinicians at FIGHT also conduct research to test potential therapies for HIV/AIDS. Phone: (215) 985-4448 | URL: http://fight.org/ | Email: awolf@fight.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 5
    86. Philadelphia Health Department AIDS Activities Coordinating Office (AACO): Prison AIDS Project (PAP) 8001 State Road House of Corrections Room 21 Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides health information services. Phone: (215) 685-8599
    87. Planned Parenthood - Media Health Center 216 W State St Media, PA 19063
      Community clinic and family planning. Phone: (610) 566-2830 | URL: www.plannedparenthood.org/media-health-center
    88. Planned Parenthood of Southeast Pennsyvania 1144 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides counseling and services related to family planning options. Phone: (215) 351-5560 | URL: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/centerDetails.asp?f=3361&a=91460&v=details | Email: info@ppsp.org | Hours: Hours Vary
    89. Postpartum Stress Center 1062 Lancaster Ave Suite 2 Rosemount, PA 19010
      A premier treatment and professional training center for prenatal and postpartum depression & anxiety. In addition to this area of expertise, we offer a full range of general counseling services to individuals or couples seeking support. Phone: 610-525-7527 | URL: http://postpartumstress.com/
    90. Presbyterian Hospital IDC 51 N 39th St Myrin building, 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Greater Philadelphia Health Action health center. Phone: (215) 662-9908
    91. Prevention Point Philadelphia 166 West Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      This organization strives to reduce the harm associated with substance use and sex industry work by promoting health, empowerment and safety while advocating for humane public policies and programs. Phone: (215) 634-5272 | URL: http://www.preventionpointphilly.org/ | Email: clayton@preventionpointphilly.org | Hours: M-Thurs12-4pmFriday12-3pm
    92. Project HOME: Stephen Klein Wellness Center