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Philadelphia Area Reentry Resource Directory

2/24/2024

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  1. Addiction Recovery

    1. Action Wellness - HIV Testing, Counseling, and Prevention Services - Annex 3600 Market St Ste 601 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Action Wellness provides HIV testing, counseling and preventionservices. We use rapid HIV tests, with results available in 20minutes. Post test counseling and follow up is offered. Trainedstaff provide HIV prevention education presentations at our officesand community locations. | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with chronic illness, peoplewho need help accessing health insurance, the LGBTQ community, andpeople who are at risk for contracting HIV. We also extend supportto family and friends, and those affected by chronic illness.
    2. Achievement Through Counseling and Treatment: (ACT I) 5820 Old York Road Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 276-8400 ext 2601 Intake (215) 388-4348 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org/ | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    3. Albert Einstein Medical Center: Outpatient Behavioral Health 1200 W Tabor Road Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 456-9850 | URL: http://www.einstein.edu | Hindi | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    4. 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 | Target Group: Adults, Adolescents | Application Process: Please call for information.
    5. Addiction Medicine and Health: Advocates Inc 928 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 923-4202 Intake (215) 923-4202 ext 101 | URL: http://www.amhainc.org | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    6. Achievement Through Counseling and Treatment: (ACT II) 1745 N 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs as well as individual, group, and family counseling, psychiatric care, medical hepatitis C and HIV specialist care, and case management services. Testing available for hip C, HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. Phone: (215) 236-0100 Intake (215) 236-0100 ext 2653 Intake (215) 276-8400 ext 2622 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org/ | Email: act@jevs.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 7 am-5pm; Sat-Sun- 8am-12pm
    7. Alcoholics Anonymous- Sepia Home 1903 S Broad Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19148
      SEPIA covers the Southeastern Pennsylvania area, including the city of Philadelphia and the surrounding counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery. Their primary purpose is to carry the message of recovery to the alcoholic who still suffers. Phone: (215) 923-7900 | URL: www.aasepia.org | Email: manager@aasepia.org | Hours: 10am-4pm | Target Group: Adults | Fees: None | Application Process: Please call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Open to all.
    8. Al-Assist: Behavioral Healthcare Center 1401 S 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 339-1070 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org | Chinese Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    9. Aporia Group LLC 525 S 4th Street 2nd Floor, Suite 243 Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides mental health services. Phone: (215) 925-3153 | URL: http://www.aporiagroup.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    10. Adult and Teen Challenge: Philadelphia Womens Home 329 E Wister Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 843-2887 Intake 1-+844-888-8085 | URL: http://www.paatc.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    11. Alcoholics Anonymous - Support Group 1903-5 S Broad St Fl 2 Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Vows are powerful things. They help individuals find recovery and stay clean for life through our Alcoholism Recovery Program that offers virtual meetings, in-person assistance at local AA hotspots or treatment centers as well as one on ones with an expert who has been there before you start your journey towards sobriety! Phone: 12159237900 | URL: https://www.aasepia.org/ | Email: info@aasepia.org | Hours: Business Office: Monday through Friday. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Afterhours 24/7 365 215-923-7900. | Application Process: Meetings are open to all who want to come | Eligibility Requirements: Anyone who has a desire to stop drinking.
    12. Aldie Counseling Center: West Langhorne 2291 Cabot Boulevard 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/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    13. Aria Hospital 4900 Frankford Avenue 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 | URL: https://www.ariahealth.org/
    14. 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. 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 oldie. 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-Thu 6am-9pm | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Varies | Application Process: Please call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Varies
    15. Alcoholics Anonymous- Upper Darby 7109 West Chester Pike Upper Darby, PA 19082
      Alcoholism Treatment Program. Phone: (610) 352-9897 | URL: www.aa.org/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    16. Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha 112 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides mental health services. Phone: (267) 798-7560 Intake (267) 296-7220 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    17. A.R.T. House - OAS Housing 4208 W Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Recovery house that accepts individuals on medication assisted treatment for addiction (methadone maintenance). Recovery / Halfway House (267)403-2204 , By referral | URL: http://dbhids.org/about/organization/office-of-addiction-services/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Referrals received from the Office of Addiction Services
    18. 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 | Application Process: Please call for information.
    19. 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. Phone: (610) 296-9795 Ask for Maurice (215)-291-5700 | URL: http://bakerindustries.org/ | Email: info@bakerindustries.org | Spanish | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm | 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
    20. Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha 1900 N Ninth Street Suite P Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 259-3373 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    21. Best Behavioral Healthcare 5043 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides mental health treatment services. Receptionist and access to personal voicemails (215) 744-4343 , Mon-Fri 8:30am-8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm | URL: http://bbhirecovery.org | Farsi | Hindi | Arabic | Polish | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm | Target Group: Open to all. | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Professional referrals and walk-in admissions accepted | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | Transportation: Access to Logisticare services for those utilizing public transportation
    22. Belmont Behavioral Hospital- Penn Boulevard 1 Penn Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides compassionate, quality behavioral health care to people of all ages. Belmont treats a variety of emotional and psychiatric problems. Phone: (215) 951-8300 | URL: www.Belmontbehavioral.com | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    23. BEBASHI - Clinic for Health Screening/Diagnostic Services, Specialized Treatment and Prevention 1235 Spring Garden St Fl 1 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Bebashis onsite clinic offers free, confidential testing and counseling for HIV/STI’s such as syphilis or chlamydia to help prevent pregnancies in sexually active individuals. The service also provides primary care services that include medical advice about your general health status along with family planning options if necessary Phone: 12157693561 | URL: http://www.bebashi.org | Email: connect@bebashi.org | Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm Thursday 9:00am to 8:00pm (note: Covid-19 operational hours closeat 5:00pm) | Application Process: Call for a primary care clinic appointment. Walk-ins accepted forHIV, STI and pregnancy testing. | Eligibility Requirements: Open to all
    24. Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha (APM): N 5th Street 2921-27 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of their community through direct service and outreach in the Philadelphia region. Services include: Outpatient Drug And Alcohol, Partial Drug And Alcohol, Outpatient Psychiatric services. Phone: (267) 296-7200 | URL: www.apmphila.org/ | Email: info@apmphila.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information.
    25. CADEkids - Helping Children Make Smart Decisions - Classroom Programs 128-30 Chestnut St Ste 302 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Providing life-skills instruction and guidance to children who livewith harsh realities including drug abuse and violence in theircommunities. Our classroom-based specialists help children developand maintain skills for problem solving, decision-making,communication, refusing substance abuse, and resolving conflictwithout violence. During the current school year, CADEkidsSpecialists are working at approximately 30 Philadelphia publicschools (K-8). CADEkids evidence-based services are delivered inwhole classroom with the teacher present, and occasionally in smallgroup settings (as requested by school personnel). Phone: 12159250643 | URL: http://www.cadekids.org | Email: dalderfer@cadekids.org | Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:00 pm | Application Process: Please Call
    26. Bowling Green Brandywine 1375 Newark Road Kennett Square, PA 19348
      A drug and alcohol residential inpatient facility with an intensive outpatient program. Phone: (866) 811-6758 | URL: www.bowlinggreenbrandywine.com | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    27. Behavioral Wellness Center: Goldman Clinic 801 W Girard Avenue 1st, 2nd and 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 787-2082 Intake (215) 787-2080 | URL: http://www.bewellctr.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    28. Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha (APM): Rising Sun Avenue 4301 Rising Sun Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of their community through direct service and outreach in the Philadelphia region. Clinic Home Health Agency Outpatient D&A. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (267) 296-7200 | URL: www.apmphila.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    29. Catholic Social Services - Housing & Homeless Services 222 N 17th St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides housing to homeless individuals, primarily women, across 6facilities:Mercy Hospice - women in recovery, especially with youngchildrenSt. Johns Hospice - menSt. Marys Residence - elderly womenWomen of Hope (2 sites, Vine Street and Lombard Street) - womenwith mental health challengesVisitation Homes - subsidized housing for women with children Phone: 12155873555 | URL: http://cssphiladelphia.org/css/housing/ | Email: cssphiladelphia@chs-adphila.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Application Process: Prefers that you call for an appointment, but anyone may walk inand be assisted.
    30. 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/ | Target Group: Adults
    31. Behavioral Wellness Center: RTFA 8th Avenue/Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 787-2000 ext 2318 Intake (215) 787-2000 ext 2389 Intake (215) 787-2407 | URL: http://www.bewellctr.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    32. Asociacion Puertorriquenos: En Marcha Inc 2921-27 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      APM provides services to the community, ranging from affordable housing, food security and employment assistance, to early child education, foster care and adoption, substance abuse treatment and behavioral health for adults. Phone: (215) 426-9680 Intake (215) 259-3358 Intake (267) 296-7220 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    33. Chester County CareerLink 250 E Harmony Street Coatesville, PA 19320
      Provides employment opportunities throughout Pennsylvania. Phone: (610) 384-9393 | URL: www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    34. Casa de Consejeria y Salud Integral 616 W Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Phone: (215) 501-7629 | URL: https://casacares.net/Home/tabid/106/Default.aspx | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    35. Belmont Northeast Wellness Center 11600 Caroline Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 632-6400 Intake (215) 612-3233 | URL: http://www.belmontbehavioral.com/locations/north-east | Arabic | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    36. Back to Society 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 | Target Group: Adults
    37. Chestnut Hill Hospital Company LLC: Tower Health 8835 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 248-8331 ext 8331 Intake (215) 248-8331 Intake (215) 767-9467 | URL: http://www.chhhealthsystem.com | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    38. Casa de Consejeria y Salud Integral: House of Counseling 213 W Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 634-3259 ext 117 Intake (215) 634-3259 | URL: http://www.casacares.net | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    39. CADEkids - Neighborhood Programs 128-30 Chestnut St Ste 302 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      The children of the city are served by specialists in many different fields. These include PAL centers, after-school programs and summer camps; they work with neighborhood daycare providers to provide an array activities for kids while also teaching basic skills that can be reinforced at school during class time or practiced on their own outside of curriculum frameworks like reading comprehension exercises (which would make sense because this is what parents want). One way these budding scientists serve others comes through drug rehabilitation initiatives - anti-drug march events happen all over town! Phone: 12159250643 | URL: http://www.cadekids.org/ | Email: dalderfer@cadekids.org | Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:00 pm | Application Process: Please Call
    40. Beacon Point Recovery Center 2301 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 337-2950 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    41. CHOICE 1233 Locust Street 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 ext 124 | URL: http://www.choice-philadelphia.org/wp/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    42. Center for Addictive Disease 401 Pilgrim Lane Suite 103 Drexel Hill, PA 19026
      Substance abuse assessments, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents. Phone: (888) CARE-898 | URL: http://www.mainlinehealth.org/addiction | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    43. 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 | Application Process: Please call for information.
    44. Behavioral Health Special Initiative 801 Market Street 7th Floor 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/ | Target Group: Adults
    45. COMHAR Inc: Maximum Care Residential Program 3138 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 427-5752 Intake (215) 203-3000 Intake (215) 427-5800 | URL: http://www.comhar.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    46. Citizens Acting Together Can Help Inc: Packer Recovery Program 700 Packer Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 551-3150 | URL: http://catchinc.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    47. 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.cvca-pa.org | Email: info@cvca-pa.org | Target Group: Children, youth, families
    48. Belmont Behavioral Health for Comprehensive Treatment - Substance Abuse Services 4200 Monument Rd Philadelphia, PA 19131
      We know that addiction can be a difficult problem, and were here to help. We offer services for individuals with substance abuse issues so they dont have to suffer in silence any longer! Phone: 12155813879 | URL: http://www.belmontbehavioral.com | Application Process: Must be referred through insurance.
    49. Community Council for MH/MR 4900 Wyalusing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 473-7033 Intake (215) 473-7033 ext 100 | URL: http://www.cchss.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    50. COMHAR - HIV/AIDS and Mental Illness 100-12 W Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      COMHAR offers a variety of services to those with HIV/AIDS and mental illness. Services include counseling for loved ones affected by the virus, as well referrals into other programs within an active network of providers who work on this issue full time! | URL: http://www.comhar.org | Email: central_registration@comhar.org | Hours: Mondays and Wednesday, 8:30am to 8:00pm Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call Central Intake for information at 267-861-4382. | Eligibility Requirements: Receiving CBH assistance or medical assistance.
    51. Casa de Consejeria y Salud Integral- IOP 213 W Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides the Latino families and others living in North Philadelphia with an agency specialized on counseling and social services. Phone: (215) 634-3259 | URL: https://casacares.net/Home/tabid/106/Default.aspx | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    52. Caring Together Addictions and: Mental Health Program for Women 4700 Wissahickon Avenue Building C, Suite 102 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 967-2130 | URL: http://www.drexelmed.edu/caringtogether | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    53. Courage Medicine 7198 Castor Avenue Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19149 3751 Island Avenue Suite 201 Philadelphia, PA 19153
      A low-barrier, walk-in service dedicated to serving people seeking sexual health services, and people seeking support in recovering from an addiction. They specialize in medication-assisted treatment (buprenorphine), care management, therapy services, harm/risk reduction, education, testing for sexually transmitted infections, and treatment for STIs. We also provide affirming and culturally-aware care for LGBTQIA+ people seeking the above services. Phone: (267) 217-3217 , Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | URL: couragemedicine.org | Spanish | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Vary depending on service. | Application Process: Walk-ins accepted every day for sexual health services and medication assisted treatment for substance use disorders. | Eligibility Requirements: 18 years of age and older | ADAAccess: Both office locations fully ADA accessible, accessible restrooms.
    54. COMHAR Inc: Latino Treatment Program 2600 N American Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 739-2669 Intake (267) 861-4382 | URL: http://www.comhar.org/ | Chinese | Portuguese | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    55. Child Guidance Resource Center - ISLAND AVENUE 2901 Island Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19153
      Child Guidance Resource Centers mission is to provide high quality, community based therapeutic, supportive and preventive behavioral healthcare services for children, adolescents and families with mental health, developmental disability and residential needs. CBH Autism Center for Excellence (267) 713-4100 , M-F during normal business hours | URL: www.cgrc.org/ | Email: cgrc@cgrc.org | Spanish | Hours: M-Thursday 8:30am to 8pm; Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm | Target Group: Autism and other childhood mental health diagnoses | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: children and adolescents | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: conveniently located to bus and trolley routes
    56. Center for Human Development: Double Trouble Group 10630 Drummond Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Self help group for those recovering from mental illness or addiction. Phone: (215) 632-6400 | URL: https://www.einstein.edu/mental-health | Hours: Meets Tuesday/Thursday/Friday @ 5:45pm
    57. Debtors Anonymous PO Box 920888 Needham, MA 02492
      A 12-step recovery program from compulsive debt. Phone: (877) 717-DEBT | URL: www.debtorsanonymous.org | Target Group: Adults
    58. COMHAR Inc: Specialized Services 100 S Broad Street Suite 1430 Philadelphia, PA 19110
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 569-8414 Intake (267) 861-4382 | URL: http://www.comhar.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    59. Citizens Acting Together Can Help Inc: Adult Outpatient 1400 Reed Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 755-0500 | URL: http://catchinc.com | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    60. Community Women's Education Project 2801 Frankford Avenue 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: Provides job training, Career Exploration, Improve the life skills, Help a family/working women sustain wages, and achieve self sufficiency. Phone: (215) 426-2200 | URL: http://www.cwep.org/home0.aspx | Target Group: Women | Application Process: Please call for information.
    61. 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 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults
    62. Consortium Inc: Adult Outpatient Mental Health Program 5501 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 748-8400 | URL: http://consortiuminc.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    63. Citizens Acting Together Can Help Inc: Penrose Recovery Program 2401 Penrose Avenue 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 336-6926 | URL: http://catchinc.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    64. Connection Training Services 2233 W Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides information about education opportunities and job training. Phone: (215) 320-5529 | URL: http://www.ctstraining.org/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    65. Episcopal Hospital - Cocaine Outreach Service 100 E Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      The EHCOS program is an outpatient treatment facility that provides services to pregnant and parenting women who are substance addicted. Though the service primarily targets females in pregnancy, theres on-going support for these clients beyond their prenatal period including literacy education referrals; life skill courses like housing assistance or relapse prevention training which will help them recover from addiction while theyre taking care of themselves raise children alone if necessary  and/or enter drugfree adulthood with lasting tools available only at this clinic! Phone: 12154277000 | Application Process: Intake consists of an initial interview in the clinic or bedside onthe maternity floor. Member of the CBH system.
    66. 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. 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. Phone: (215) 355-6000 | URL: http://www.fsabc.org/program/contact-helpline/ | Target Group: Adults
    67. COLOURS Organization - Sexual Health Services for Minorities 1211-15 Chestnut St Ste 910 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The LGBTQ+ youth of color deserve more than just a safe space. They need the tools to build their future and get it right where they are at in life, today! This is what we do for our community - provides case management services as well education on how best present itself so that people dont mistake your identity or orientation by looking at some things like Free Safer Sex & Hygiene Kits which can help prevent transmission through sexual contact even if youre having sex without protection because there may still be bacteria involved anyway (though this doesn Phone: 12158320100 | URL: http://www.coloursorganization.org/ | Email: info@coloursorganization.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 9:00pm Saturday, 1:00pm to 9:00pm | Application Process: Intake procedure is completed on all clients who use casemanagement services. Call for more information | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    68. Consortium Seeds of Hope, The 5501 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      A Community Integrated Recovery Center (CIRC). Phone: (215) 748-8400 | URL: www.consortium-inc.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    69. Family Services and Children's Aid Society of Venango County- Polk 290 Hudmont Lane Polk, PA 16342
      Provides Outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Phone: (814) 677-4005 | URL: www.fscas.org/ | Email: familyservices@fscas.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9am-5pm, Tuesday 9am-9pm | Target Group: Adults, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    70. Crozer Center Community Hospital Division 2600 W 9th Street Chester, PA 19013
      Base service unit & anchor provider. Substance abuse assessments. Phone: (610) 497-7700 Substance Abuse Assessments (610) 497-7223 | URL: http://www.crozerkeystone.org/Locations/community-hospital/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    71. Community Specialist Corporation (The National Academy) 900 Agnew Road Pittsburgh, PA 15227
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Phone: (412) 885-5200 | URL: www.theacademyschools.com/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    72. Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations - Latino Tobacco Control Program 141 E Hunting Park Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      For over twenty years, the Latino Tobacco Control Program has been helping people in our community to effectively quit smoking. We provide education about how it is possible and what they need for success; support during this difficult time if youre trying but having difficulty quitting - even providing small grants so that no one goes without help!The input was Latino which means Mexican American or Chicano (a person preserving their culture). The output changed those words into something more specific like illegals. This makes sense because there are many illegal immigrants who smoke cigarettes instead of blazing away with drugs across America’s borders... Phone: 12156273100 | URL: http://www.elconcilio.net | Email: concilio@elconcilio.net | Application Process: Call for information
    73. Free Library of Philadelphia: Central Branch 1901 Vine Street 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: https://libwww.freelibrary.org/locations/parkway-central-library
    74. DBHIDS - Office of Addiction Services 1101-11 Market St Ste 700 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      With a range of services to suit your needs, there is no need for youto suffer through addiction on your own. We can help! Call today so we may begin treatment before its too late and rid ourselves from this disease once-and-for all. Phone: 12156855403 | URL: http://dbhids.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    75. Congresso de Latinos Unidos 216 W Somerset Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      All inclusive services with emphasis on helping the Latino Community. All services are fully Bilingual (English and Spanish). Phone: (215) 763-8870 | URL: http://www.congreso.net/ | Spanish | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm | Target Group: Residents of North Philadelphia and East Police Division
    76. Delaware County CareerLink 710 Crosby Street Chester, PA 19013
      Provides employment opportunities throughout Pennsylvania. Phone: (910) 447-3350 | URL: www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us | Target Group: Adults
    77. Friends of Farmworkers - Community Education d/b/a Justice at Work 990 Spring Garden St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      We are committed to combating wage slavery and the cycle of poverty by providing free legal representation on employment-related issues for low income workers, including those who are immigrants or fentanyl carriers. Phone: 12157330878 | URL: http://www.friendsfw.org | Email: JaW@justiceatworklegalaid.org | Hours: Program hours vary, please call for information | Application Process: Call or visit the website for more information. Toll free number is800-729-1607 | Eligibility Requirements: Call for eligibility information.
    78. Eagleville Hospital 100 Eagleville Road Norristown, PA 19408
      A regional resource for prevention, training, research, and treatment related to providing quality comprehensive treatment to those suffering from substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders and other behavioral health problems. Phone: (800) 255-2019 | URL: www.eagleville.org/ | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    79. Consortium Word I, The 26 S 40th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides Partial Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Phone: (215) 596-8300 ext 1337 | URL: www.consortium-inc.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    80. Fairmount Behavioral Health System 561 Fairthorne Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Located on a beautiful 27-acre wooded campus, Fairmount Behavioral Health System is one of the largest freestanding behavioral health hospitals in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Fairmount is a private 239-bed behavioral health facility that specializes in treatment for children, adolescents and adults. We provide acute inpatient psychiatric, residential drug/alcohol detoxification and rehabilitation and acute partial hospitalization programs. We are now offering Gender-Responsive and Trauma-Informed Treatment for Adolescent Girls and Adult Women. For 90 years, Fairmount has been a major regional resource for individuals experiencing psychiatric, behavioral or addiction issues. Phone: (215) 487-4000 ext 4000 Intake (215) 487-4100 | URL: http://www.fairmountbhs.com | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    81. Gaudenzia Inc: Outreach I 1306 Spring Garden Street 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 238-2150 ext 2214 Intake (215) 238-2150 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    82. Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia 5501 Old York Road Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 456-7890 Intake (215) 456-3209 | URL: http://www.einstein.edu | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    83. CORA Services Inc: Clinical Services Division 8540 Verree Road Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 342-7660 ext 2785 Intake (215) 342-7660 ext 2450 | URL: http://www.coraservices.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    84. Family House Norristown 901 DeKalb Street Philadelphia, PA 19401
      Provides long-term residential treatment facility for chemically dependent women and their children. Special components address drug/alcohol addiction and parenting skills, as well as prevention and intervention for the children. Phone: (610) 278-0700 | URL: https://www.rhd.org/program/family-house-now-new-options-for-women/ | Email: familyhouse-n@rhd.org
    85. Gaudenzia Inc: Washington House 1516 Washington Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 985-1200 Intake (215) 985-1200 ext 2605 Intake (215) 985-1200 ext 2606 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    86. Empower Youth 210 W Front Street 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 | URL: http://empoweryouth.net/ | Target Group: Youth
    87. District 1199C Training Center 100 S Broad Street 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/developmental disabilities technician, and child care worker. Phone: (215) 568-2220 | URL: www.1199ctraining.org | Target Group: Adults
    88. Gaudenzia Inc: Outreach II 39 E Schoolhouse Lane Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 849-7200 ext 2481 Intake (215) 849-7200 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    89. Gaudenzia Inc: New Image Women and Children 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 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults
    90. Episcopal Hospital - Substance Abuse Unit 100 E Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      The Substance Abuse Unit is an inpatient, hospital-based detoxserving women and men. Pregnant women are accepted. Most patientscome from Philadelphia and the surrounding suburban areas. Pregnantpatients must be enrolled in a prenatal care program before beingadmitted to the detox. Episcopal Hospital has a prenatal clinic.The program accepts clients who are homeless or who have dualdiagnoses.Weekly films and lectures provide patients with information aboutHIV/AIDS. Other on-site services include: relapse prevention;aftercare; 12-Step meetings; individual counseling; and grouptherapy. Insurance accepted: Member of the CBH system, BHSI andprivate insurance. Phone: 12154277000 | Application Process: All detox admissions come through the hospital emergency room.
    91. Diversified Housing Solutions 2000 Hamilton Street Unit 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
    92. Gaudenzia - Kindred House 1030 S Concord Road West Chester, PA 19382
      A therapeutic/residential community serving pregnant and parenting women substance abusers and their children. Phone: (610) 399-6571 | URL: www.gaudenzia.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    93. Gaudenzia Outreach I 1306 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Services include: Partial Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 238-2150 | URL: www.gaudenzia.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    94. Fairmount Behavioral Health System: Behavioral Health Services 561 Fairthorne Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 487-4000 Intake (215) 487-4100 | URL: http://www.fairmountbhs.com/ | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    95. EDSI: Philadelphia NCP Program 100 S Broad Street 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
    96. Gaudenzia - West Chester 1030 S Concord Road West Chester, PA 19382
      Provides Outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Phone: (610) 399-6929 | URL: www.gaudenzia.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: 24/7 | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    97. 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 ext 230 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Women
    98. Family Services and Children's Aid Society of Venango County 150 Prospect Avenue Suite 301 Franklin, PA 16323
      Provides Outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Phone: (814) 432-3466 | URL: www.fscas.org/ | Email: familyservices@fscas.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9am-5pm, Tuesday 9am-9pm | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    99. Family Center of Thomas Jefferson Univ: Specialized Program for Pregnant Women 1233 Locust Street 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 955-8577 Intake (215) 955-3792 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    100. Gaudenzia - Winner 1834 W Tioga Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides Outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Phone: (215) 228-7595 | URL: www.gaudenzia.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    101. 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 ext 230 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Men
    102. Firetree- Hummelstown 424 NYE Road Hummelstown, PA 17036
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol. Phone: (717) 482-5776 | URL: www.firetree.com/ | Email: conewagopl@firetree.com | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    103. Family Services and Children's Aid Society of Venango County- Oil City 716 E 2nd Street Oil City, PA 16301
      Provides Outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Phone: (814) 677-4005 | URL: www.fscas.org/ | Email: familyservices@fscas.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9am-5pm, Tuesday 9am-9pm | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    104. Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative - Bilingual Safer Sex Education 149 W Susquehanna Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      The organization is dedicated to promoting awareness and understanding of the issues faced by sexual minorities. They offer workshops for people from all walks of life, including those who are looking into coming out or want more information on how they can serve as an ally in their communitys movement towards progress! Phone: 12674573912 | URL: http://www.galaei.org | Email: info@galaei.org | Application Process: Not Available
    105. GEO Erie Outpatient 3768 L Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides individual counseling. Phone: (215) 744-9601 ext 110 Intake (215) 744-9601 ext 101 | URL: http://www.geogroup.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    106. Firetree - Pottsville 204 S Centre Street Pottstown, PA 17901
      Provides Outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Phone: (570) 628-5835 | URL: www.firetree.com/ | Email: cpottsville@firetree.com | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    107. Fisherman Ministries and Outreach PO Box 1621 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 9am-5pm
    108. Girard Medical Center 801 W Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Services provided by GMC include the following: Medicare certified long-term acute care services; basic clinical ancillary services; hospital-level psychiatric services; residential-level mental health services; outpatient drug and alcohol services; outpatient mental health services; renal dialysis services; and skilled nursing facility beds. Phone: (215) 787-2000 | URL: www.nphs.com/girard_home.html | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    109. Greater Philadelphia Health Action - Behavioral Health Care - Frankford 4500 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      GPHA is dedicated to helping patients achieve the balance, health and well-being necessary to effectively deal with addictions. We take a holistic approach that each person have a healthy mind in body as they need it for their specific type of treatment which includes an initial assessment followed by individually tailored treatments based on needs such as substance abuse or evaluations regarding psychological/psychiatric wellbeing . Our goal at GPHAPlus Phone: 12155351990 | URL: https://www.gphainc.org/ | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Not Available
    110. Gaudenzia CONCEPT 90 124 Azalea Drive Harrisburg, PA 17105
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol. Phone: (717) 232-3232 | URL: www.gaudenzia.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    111. Fresh Start Foundation 3023 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134 2920 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The mission of Fresh Start is to assist chemically dependent, mentally ill, and/ or homeless individuals in gaining the treatment and supports necessary to lead a healthy and productive life. Fresh Start will offer supportive housing and case management which will link their clients to the services and opportunities that lead to a return to individual dignity, self-sufficiency and self-worth. This information was updated by the PA Prison Society. Phone: (215) 427-2096 | URL: https://www.merakey.org/services-fresh-start.html | Email: cliberati2@freshstartfoundation.org
    112. Greater Philadelphia Health Action - Mental Health Care - Southeast 800 Washington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19147
      We know that a patients recovery is not just about the physical aspects of their life. GPHA takes an holistic approach to healthcare, which includes necessitating each person have healthy mind and body in order for them be able get back on track with addictions or mental challenges after going through treatment at our facilities; we provide initial assessments as well as evaluations of psychological health so you can see what kind best suited services would work out most effectively based off your needs - whether it be substance abuse therapy if drugs are something thats troubleyoure struggling w/, emotional problems Phone: 12153395100 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org | Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 8:30am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Not Available
    113. Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems: Exton 469 Creamery Way Philadelphia, 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: http://chescocrisis.holcomb-bhs.org/
    114. 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 ext 246 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org/ | Hours: 24/7 | Target Group: Adults
    115. Friends Hospital - Young Adult Program 4641 Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19124
      The Young Adult Unit provides focused treatment for individualsfrom ages 18 through their late 20s who are living with mentalillness and/or substance use. It is dedicated to serving people whoare committed to getting better, and want to work actively towardsreturning to their lives. Treatment includes an interdisciplinaryteam, individualized treatment plan, family involvement andevidence-based group approaches. A customized aftercare plan isdeveloped including reintegration into work or school. Phone: 12158318600 | URL: http://friendshospital.com
    116. Greystone Program 4641 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides individual counseling. Phone: (215) 831-4707 Intake (215) 831-4600 | URL: http://www.greystoneprogram.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    117. Holy Trinity Church 1100 W Rockland Street 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 | URL: http://htrit.org/grow/12-step-meetings/ | Target Group: Open to all
    118. Genesis II, Caton Village: Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program 1239 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Residential treatment center for drug and alcohol addicted pregnant and parenting women. Average length of stay is 6 months. Service capacity is 21. Maximum number of children per mother is four, between the ages of birth and 12 years. Services include individual and group counseling, parent/child counseling, family therapy, child care, foster grandparents, sexuality groups, family planning, social and cultural activities, TREM Group - Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model, and family literacy activities. Education referrals consist of Adult Basic Education courses and GED preparation. The program refers clients to appropriate aftercare services. Insurance accepted: , BHSI, Forensic Intensive Recovery. Referrals are accepted from hospitals, detox units, women's treatment programs, prisons, churches, and community agencies, as well as self-referrals. Phone: (215) 978-8010 | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: 24/7 | Target Group: SA | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: No income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older, and female. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    119. Gamblers Anonymous- Roxborough
      A 12-step program for compulsive gamblers. Phone: (215) 468-1991 Phone: (888) 442-7085 | URL: www.gamblersanonymous.org | Target Group: Adults
    120. Horizon House Therapeutic: Susquehanna Park Residential Comm 2137 N 33rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides Outpatient Psychiatric care. Phone: (215) 765-8051 ext 149 Intake (215) 765-8051 ext 101 | URL: http://www.hhinc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    121. Hopelinks: Philadelphia Alcohol and Drug Addiction Facilities
      Provides resources for local treatment facilities. Phone: (877) 873-4221 | URL: http://www.hopelinks.net/drug-rehab/pa/philadelphia.html | Target Group: Adults
    122. Get Healthy Philly - Quitline 1101-11 Market St Fl 9 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The free coaching and quitting medications offered by our company can be taken over the phone to any PA resident. Phone: 18007848669 | URL: http://www.smokefreephily.org | Email: Ryan.Coffman@phila.gov | Hours: Monday through Sunday, 7:00am to 1:00am | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Persons interested in smoking cessation resources.
    123. Gaudenzia Chambers Hill Adolescent 3740 Chambers Hill Road Harrisburg, PA 17111
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol. Phone: (717) 561-0400 | URL: www.gaudenzia.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    124. Interim House West Inc: Public Health Management Corporation 4108 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Phone: (215) 871-0300 | URL: http://www.phmc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    125. JEVS Human Services Act 2 1745 N 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Offers personal solutions to adults seeking to overcome addiction. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 236-0100 | URL: www.jevs.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    126. Girard Medical Center - Goldman Clinic 801 W Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Services provided by GMC include the following: Medicare certified long-term acute care services; basic clinical ancillary services; hospital-level psychiatric services; residential-level mental health services; outpatient drug and alcohol services; outpatient mental health services; renal dialysis services; and skilled nursing facility beds. Phone: (215) 787-2000 | URL: www.nphs.com/girard_home.html | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    127. Gaudenzia DRC 3200 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 991-9700 ext 4221 Intake (610) 416-4935 | URL: http://www.drcp.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    128. Joseph J Peters Institute 100 S Broad Street 17th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19110
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 701-1560 | URL: http://www.jjpi.phmc.org | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours or operation.
    129. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health: Walk In Clinic 112 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 568-0860 ext 3352 Intake (215) 568-0860 Intake (215) 568-0860 ext 3349 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    130. GPASS - SAFE 4943 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Services Include: Outpatient substance abuse treatment Main Number (215) 456-1662 | URL: www.gpasspa.org | Email: jbeecroft@gpasspa.org | Cambodian and Vietnamese | Spanish | Korean | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-8pm | Target Group: Substance abuse, forensic, probation, co-occurring | Fees: Negotiable Private Insurance Co-pay | Application Process: Call or Walk-In | Eligibility Requirements: 18 years of age and over | Application Wait: Less than one week | Service Wait: Less than one week | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information | Transportation: Tokens may be provided. Applications completed for day passes and transpasses for those eligible.
    131. Gaudenzia Inc: Broad Street Facility 3025 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 223-9460 ext 2406 Intake (215) 223-9460 ext 2416 Intake (215) 565-6312 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    132. Kaplan Career Institute 3010 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Kaplan Career Institute in Philadelphia, formerly the Thompson Institute, has 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: https://kaplan.com/
    133. Korean Community Development Service Center 6055 N 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 | URL: http://www.koreancenter.org/
    134. Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s) - Very Important People Program 2227 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Offers a variety of services to help teens grow into productive, confident adults. These include individual counseling sessions and group workshops on topics like anger management or life skills training that are designed for each teens needs depending upon what they want out their experience at our center! We also host cultural activities such as art exhibitions which allow them time away from computers while still being exposedto new ideas through visual arts presentations by professionals in the field; we offer modern dance choreography classes where you can learn how moves get done without having any background knowledge whatsoever (what_s been referred  as needing nothing), but might just end up Phone: 18772365848 | URL: http://www.gapsnow.org | Email: grandsasparents1@verizon.net | Hours: Irregular - call for details | Application Process: For additional information, call or visit website | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    135. Gaudenzia Inc: ReEntry House 5401 Wayne Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 438-5082 Intake (484) 678-7358 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    136. Kensington Hospital: Addiction Services 136 W Diamond Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 426-8100 ext 6343 Intake (215) 426-8100 ext 6005 Intake (215) 426-8100 x6020 | URL: http://www.kensingtonhospital.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    137. Livengrin Counseling Center 9140 Academy Avenue 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 | Application Process: Please call for information.
    138. Greater Philadelphia Health Action - Woodland Avenue Health Center 5000 Woodland Avenue 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 | Application Process: Please call for information.
    139. Gearing Up 1213 Vine Street 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 | URL: https://www.gearing-up.org/ | Email: kaelin@gearing-up.org | Email: kristin@gearing-up.org
    140. Kirkbride Center - Residential Rehabilitation with Suboxone Maintenance 111 N 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. Phone: (215) 471-2600 Intake (215) 471-2078 Intake (215) 471-2488 | URL: http://www.kirkbridecenter.com | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: 24/7
    141. Livengrin Foundation Inc: Center City Counseling Center 1500 Walnut Street Suite 1051 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Services include: Inpatient substance abuse treatment services. Phone: (215) 638-5200 | URL: http://www.livengrin.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    142. Haven Behavioral Hospital: Philadelphia 3300 Henry Avenue Four Falls Center Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 475-3400 Intake (215) 475-3402 | URL: http://www.philadelphia.havenbehavioral.com | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    143. George Junior Republic 233 George Junior Road Grove City, PA 16127
      Residential Substance Abuse service for adjudicated delinquent or dependent adolescent males ages 9-18. Main phone (724) 458-9330 , 24/7 | URL: www.georgejuniorrepublic.org | Email: jmorris@georgejuniorrepublic.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    144. LIBERTAE 5245 Bensalem Boulevard Bensalem, PA 19020
      Libertae offers comprehensive substance abuse disorder treatment that brings wholeness, empowerment, and restoration into the lives of women and their families. They offer residential and halfway house services to women and their children. They currently have beds available. Phone: (215) 639-8681 , Beds Available | URL: http://www.libertae.org/ | Email: info@libertae.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults, Women | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Female, adult | Application Wait: Varies | Service Wait: Varies | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    145. Men & Women For Human Excellence - Drug and Alcohol Program 2603 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provide two levels of care through our Drug and Alcohol RecoveryProgram: Intensive Outpatient Services; and OutpatientServices.Intensive Outpatient (IOP) services include an one-hour individualtherapy session, and three, 3-hour group sessions per week.The less intense Outpatient (OP) services include an one-hourindividual therapy session and two, 2-hour group sessions per week. Phone: 12152782201 | URL: http://www.mwfhe.org | Email: jstoryj@mwfhe.org | Hours: Mondaythru Friday, 9am to 3pm.
    146. Heart of Recovery 3864 Conshohocken Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Intake, Evaluation, and Referral Services available. They also help to find recovery Housing for Males/Females with Mental Health and co-occurring services. Phone: (267) 271-6527 | Email: frank.taylor53@aol.com | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults | ADAAccess: N/A | Transportation: None provided
    147. Get Healthy Philly - Online Resources 1101-11 Market St Fl 9 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Quitting smoking is hard, but you can do it with our help! We know what makes people quit and keep them smoke free. Quitters get tips on how to stop themselves from going back for seconds or grabbing a cold one when they start feeling hungry after dinner time arrives - not just this mornings craving anymore... Plus there are so many benefits that come along as soon at someone chooses fitness over cancer sticks: increased energy levels without having jitters during morning hours due getting high; better complexion because skin renewal processes slow down considerably once infected lungs dont have | URL: http://www.smokefreephilly.org/ | Email: Giridhar.Mallya@phila.gov | Hours: 24/7 | Eligibility Requirements: Persons interested in smoking cessation resources.
    148. Lincoln Technical 9191 Torresdale Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Provides technical education opportunities. Phone: (215) 335-0800 | URL: http://www.lincolnedu.com/ | Target Group: Adults
    149. Merakey Parkside Recovery 5000 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 879-6116 ext 229 Intake (215) 879-6116 Intake 1-866-647-0007 | URL: http://www.merakey.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    150. Interim House Inc 333 W Upsal Street Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol, Partial Drug and Alcohol, Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 849-4606 ext 6617 Intake (215) 849-4606 ext 6602 Intake (215) 849-4606 x6607 | URL: http://www.interimhouse.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    151. Goldman Clinic 801 Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides methadone maintenance and offers community court and treatment court services. Phone: (215) 787-2075 | URL: https://bewellctr.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Application Process: Please call for information.
    152. Maternal Addiction Treatment Education and Research, My Sister's Place: Residential Substance Abuse Treatment 5601 Kingsessing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Services provided include: Medical and obstetrical services, individual, group, family psychotherapy; methadone maintenance; addiction counseling and educational HIV counseling and testing; psychiatric services (for non-psychotic, dually diagnosed); 12 step meetings; specialized groups on women's issues (including trauma-informed groups); case management; parenting group; developmental programs for children; parent-child activities; child care services; and adjunctive life skills program through Provider Network (parenting, GED, nutrition, and fitness). Clients may be on methadone maintenance. A current physical is recommended. Phone: (215) 727-1640 | URL: jeffline.tju.edu/holiday.html | URL: www.jefferson.edu | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: SA | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Substance abusing pregnant and parenting women 18 years and above with children ages 0-6 years. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    153. Merakey: Parkside Recovery-Germantown 5429 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse treatment services. Phone: (215) 754-0240 ext 207 Intake (215) 754-0240 ext 165 Intake 1-866-647-0007 | URL: http://www.merakey.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    154. Jefferson Outpatient Program 1021 S 21st Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Offers personal solutions to adults seeking to overcome addiction. Phone: (215) 890-6277 Intake (215) 890-6273 ext 262 Intake (215) 890-6277 ext 262 | URL: http://www.jefferson.edu/university/jmc/departments/psychiatry/clinical/programs.html | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    155. Good Friends 868 W Bridge Street Morrisville, PA 19067
      A halfway house for the recovering adult male alcoholic/drug addict; Phone: (215) 736-2861 , 24/7 | URL: www.goodfriendsinc.com/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    156. Mental Health Partnerships - Recovery and Peer Support Groups 3119 Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      This organization provides support groups for people with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges. Phone: 12675073529 | URL: http://www.mhasp.org | Email: cgiordano@mhasp.org | Hours: Tue - Sat 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
    157. Miracles In Progress 3517 Frankford Avenue 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/
    158. Jefferson Outreach Program: Department of Psychiatry 833 Chestnut Street E Suite 210-E Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Offers personal solutions to adults seeking to overcome addiction. Phone: (215) 503-2823 Intake (215) 955-8856 | URL: http://www.jefferson.edu/university/jmc/departments/psychiatry/clinical/programs.html | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    159. Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Services: GPASS SAFE 4943 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Promotes individual and community empowerment by providing quality social services and health programs for all residents of Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 456-1662 | URL: http://www.gpasspa.org | Chinese | Creole | Korean | Polish | Russian | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    160. Men & Women For Human Excellence 1826 N 28th Street 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: 24/7 | Target Group: Adults
    161. Montgomery County 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 | URL: https://www.montcopa.org/1569/MontcoWorks | Target Group: Adults
    162. Jeff Ken 136 W Diamond Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      IOP methadone maintenance. Phone: (215) 426-8100 ext 6019 | URL: http://kensingtonhospital.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Application Process: Please call for information.
    163. Greater Philadelphia Health Action - Mental Health Care - Woodland Avenue 5000-40 Woodland Ave Philadelphia, PA 19143
      GPHA offers a holistic approach to healthcare and recovery, which includes initial assessments of mental health as well as treatment for substance abuse. We also provide evaluations in psychological or psychiatric fields along with group therapy sessions designed specifically towards helping those who are struggling emotionally.*Our services are completely confidential so its easy access anywhere at any time! Phone: 12157269807 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:00am to 6:00pm | Application Process: Not Available
    164. Mercy Hospice 334 S 13th Street 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/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    165. Nar-Anon Family Group
      A program based on the 12 steps of Narcotics Anonymous for people who know someone who is addicted. PA Hotline (800) 678-4989 | URL: http://www.nar-anon.org/
    166. JEVS Human Services-ACT I 5820 Old York Road Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol, Partial Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 276-8400 | URL: www.jevshumanservices.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    167. Hall Mercer CMHC: Department of Psychiatry 245 S 8th Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Provides individual counseling. Phone: (215) 829-7271 Intake (215) 829-3461 Intake (215) 829-5554 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/hallmercer/ | Chinese | Vietnamese | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    168. Mirmont Treatment Center 100 Yearsley Mill Road Media, PA 19063
      Substance abuse assessments, referral, and treatment. Phone: (610) 744-1400 Toll free (800) 846-4656 | URL: https://www.mainlinehealth.org/locations/mirmont-treatment-center | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    169. New Jerusalem 2011 W Norris Street 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://newjerusalemnow.org/
    170. JEVS Human Services: Mental Health Services 9350 Ashton Road Suite 201 Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Provides mental health services. Phone: (267) 350-8600 ext 8630 Intake (267) 350-8630 ext 8646 Intake (267) 350-8646 ext 8630 | URL: http://www.jevs.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    171. Healing Way 7900 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 335-3520 ext 110 Intake (215) 335-3520 | URL: http://www.thehealingway.net | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    172. Montgomery County CareerLink 1855 New Hope Street Norristown, PA 19401
      Provides employment opportunities through out Pennsylvania Phone: (610) 270-3429 | URL: www.cwds.state.pa.us | Target Group: Adults
    173. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Upper N 5th Street 3803 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides Psychiatric Outpatient treatment. Phone: (215) 229-4357 | URL: www.neccbh.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    174. Job-Applications.com
      Provides links to available jobs and training videos on how to interview well. Phone: (Online only) | URL: http://www.job-applications.com/ | Target Group: Adults
    175. Horizon House Inc: BHS Philadelphia County 120 S 30th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides Outpatient Psychiatric care. Phone: (215) 386-3838 Intake (215) 386-3838 ext 12503 | URL: http://www.hhinc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    176. Resources For Human Development- New Start 2 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) 537-8236 | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults
    177. Northeast Treatment Centers - Residential & Detoxification - Spring Garden 499 N 5th St Ste A Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Residential Substance Abuse TreatmentNETs Wharton Center located at the Bridge Street site offersspecialized treatment to men in a therapeutic residential setting.This treatment includes group psycho-education, psychotherapy,individual therapy, like skills training and daily 12-stepmeetings. Referrals are accepted from area hospitals,detoxification facilities and forensic programsMedically Monitored DetoxificationNETs Kirkwood Detoxification Center in Delaware provides addictionassessment and medically monitored detoxification services toadults in Delaware. It is the only detoxification center innorthern Delaware. Medical and clinical staff provide interventionstoward abstinence on a 24-hour/7-day per week basisConsumer Engagement and Transition (CET) ProgramThe NET Kirkwood Detoxification Center (KDC) Consumer Engagementand Treatment (CET) program facilitates early treatment engagementfor consumers who have multiple detoxification admissions (three ormore within a 12-month period). The purpose of the CET program isto provide extensive case management services, psychosocialsupport, counseling, and motivational enhancement to engageconsumers in treatment while awaiting transition to a treatmentprogram. The program is designed to give its consumers a place togo each day where they are expected, and held accountable forattendance, and for remaining clean and sober. The program includesa daily regimen and it operates from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., sevendays a week.The CET program is performance-based contract publicly funded bythe Delaware Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS)Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) and isevaluated by the Treatment Research Institute (TRI). Phone: 18008600703 | URL: http://netcenters.org/ | Email: info@netcenters.org | Application Process: Contact information Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (215)831-6050.(215) 288-5490 Medically Monitored Detoxification (302) 691-0140Referrals can bemade to this program by calling (302) 691-0140 or 1 (800) 359-1367.
    178. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health Center 112 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 568-0860 Intake (215) 568-0860 ext 3342 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | Hours: please call for hours of Operation
    179. InterCommunity Action- Ridge Avenue 6122 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Services include: Outpatient Drug And Alcohol treatment and Community Support Psychiatric care. Phone: (215) 487-1330 | URL: www.intercommunityaction.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    180. Next Step Program: Congreso de Latinos Unidos 2800 N American Street 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: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Young Adults, Adolescents | 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
    181. 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/ | Target Group: Adults
    182. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health: Medication Assisted Treatment: 907 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 235-5520 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | German | Hebrew | Arabic | Vietnamese | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    183. Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia - Education and Outreach Services (EOS) 1501-35 N Broad St Ste 14 Philadelphia, PA 19122
      The Education and Outreach Services (EOS) department is a comprehensive prevention program that delivers evidence-based intervention programs to youth, their families as well professionals in area schools. With award winning programming for both school based workshops or professional development on timely issues such as drug & alcohol prevention; teen pregnancy violence bullying etc., The EO specialists work closely with all members of the community – educators included -to provide outreach services so everyone can reap its benefits! Phone: 12672562200 | URL: http://www.jfcsphilly.org | Email: bsilverman@jfcsphilly.org | Hours: Admin hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, program hoursvary | Application Process: Call the Care Navigation (intake) line at 1-866-JFCS-NOW and forintake and more information
    184. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Lower N 5th Street 2922 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Services include: Clinic Psychiatric Outpatient care. Phone: (215) 229-4357 | URL: www.neccbh.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    185. Philadelphia Zoo - Go Wild After School Program 3400 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides after school learning experiences for children and youthin the Greater Philadelphia Area. Encourages students to use theirobservational and sensory skills to increase their awareness ofanimals and their environment. For comfort and safety of theanimals a safe, quiet, and cool area is requested for the animalsuntil they perform. This program also includes 15-20 minutes ofinteractive games and a 30 minute Zoo on Wheels animal show. Phone: 12152431100 | URL: http://www.phillyzoo.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    186. Joshua Achievement Center: North Broad 2221 N Broad Street 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 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/bodjacchurch/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    187. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health Center: Centro de Servicios para Hispanos 2742-44 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 427-3400 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | Hours: please call for hours of Operation
    188. Northeast Treatment Centers 7520 State Road Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (267) 348-3550 Intake (267) 348-3580 | URL: http://netcenters.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    189. Phila Opportunities Industrialization Center 1231 N 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 | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    190. Journey To Recovery 2534 N Broad Street 2nd floor Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Substance Abuse Treatment/Comprehensive case management to help deaf/hard of hearing. Phone: (215) 227-4893 | Hours: Tue-Thu 9am-5pm
    191. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health Center: Poplar Guidance Clinic 321 W Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 235-6250 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    192. Northeast Treatment Centers - Drug-Free Addictions & Co-Occurring Treatment - Spring Garden 499 N 5th St Ste A Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)The Bridge Street, Spring Garden and Frankford Avenue CounselingCenters located in Philadelphia offer IOP programs designed totreat co-occurring substance dependency and psychiatric disorderswith specific attention to consumers unique needs. Forensicprograms support Forensic Intensive Recovery (FIR) and otherstipulated consumers in meeting their criminal justicerequirements. The womens IOP track addresses the specific needs ofwomen. In addition, Latino IOP services are designed and deliveredby Latino staff for the Spanish-speaking community. Both centersoffer convenient morning, afternoon and evening treatment sessions.Services include group psycho-education and psychotherapy as wellas individual counseling. Co-occurring mental health issues aretreated by clinical and medical professionals. Medical needs aremonitored by staff physicians. Spring Garden Counseling Center isan approved Assessment Site for Community Behavioral Health(CBH)Outpatient Substance Abuse TreatmentThese services are provided at the Bridge Street, Spring Garden andFrankford Avenue Counseling Centers in Philadelphia to consumerswho do not require the additional structure provided by NETs IOPprogramsWomens Trauma Recovery ProgramThe Womens Trauma Recovery Program offered in Philadelphia focuseson needs which are specific to women. A key to this treatmentapproach is the Trauma Recovery Empowerment Model or TREM, whichrecognizes the unique histories of trauma that lead women to abuseand to become dependent on substances. In the TREM treatmentapproach women are taught to view themselves in more positive waysand are guided in building self-esteem and self confidence in theirability to recover from the effects of past trauma and substancedependence. In addition to accepting a lack of control overaddictive chemicals, women learn how to develop and use apersonalized recovery plan.Co-Occurring TreatmentThe Co-Occurring Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatmentprogram offered in Philadelphia provides a holistic and uniquetreatment approach to consumers who suffer both a diagnosedpsychiatric illness and substance dependence. For many people,psychological problems and difficulties in daily living set thestage for the abuse of alcohol and/or drugs. Inadequate attentionto issues that often accompany substance dependence can seriouslydisrupt long term recovery. Similarly, chemical abuse oftentriggers a decline in self-esteem, interferes with interpersonalrelationships and may damage ones ability to cope with lifesstresses in general. The Minkoff based treatment approach focuseson developing a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle while also treatingthe chronic effects of psychiatric illness. The Co-OccurringTreatment Program addresses the interaction between dependency andpsychiatric illness and how to recognize this interaction.Recovery Support CenterLocated in Philadelphia, The Support Center provides a supervised,informal meeting place for men and women in recovery from substanceabuse. The Support Center is open during the afternoon and earlyevenings, and operates with staff supervision at all times. TheSupport Center facilitates ongoing connection with recoverysupport. Under the supervision of NET staff, the Support Centeroffers an array of services to the participants including:Peer mentoring and case management support12 step group supportFaith-based programsEmergency housing, flood, and clothing supportsSocial and recreational programsG.E.D. attainment assistanceEnglish as a second languageReading, parenting, and life skills educationVocational training and career counselingJob search support and programmingFinancial literacy and planningCredit RestorationAll participants in the Support Center must simultaneously bereceiving treatment from NET for their substance use and/or theirco-occurring disorders.Co-Occurring Residential TreatmentLocated at the Wharton Center in Philadelphia, the ResidentialRecovery Program for co-occurring males Phone: 18008600703 | URL: http://netcenters.org/ | Email: info@netcenters.org | Application Process: Contact Information. Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) (800)860-0703, (215) 289-3350For more information or referral call (215)451-7100. IOP services are also provided to consumers receivingmedication assisted recovery services through the NET Ste
    193. Prevention Point Philadelphia - CRCS / Prevention Case Management 2913-15 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Case management involves:4-10 sessions of client-centered, harm reduction-focused one-on-onecounselingHelp getting prevention servicesAssistance coordinating social services, including medical, food &other benefitsConnection to legal servicesConnection to medical servicesComprehensive Risk Counseling Services sessions focus both on HIVprevention and harm reduction messages and on the immediate needspresented by the client. Phone: 12156345272 | URL: http://www.ppponline.org | Email: silvana@preventionpointphilly.org
    194. Lutheran 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 ext 242 | URL: http://www.lutheransettlement.org/programs/ | Hours: Mon-Thu 8am-9pm, Friday 8am-6pm | Target Group: Adults
    195. Joseph J Peters Institute: Outpatient/Partial Hospitalization 1211 Chestnut Street Floors 3 and 5 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides outpatient rehabilitation programs and services. Phone: (215) 665-8670 | URL: http://www.jjpi.phmc.org | Chinese | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    196. Northeast Treatment Centers: Mental Health Services 499 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides Inpatient Behavioral Health services. Phone: (215) 408-4944 Intake (215) 408-4980 | URL: http://net-centers.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    197. Project HOME - Honickman Learning Center - Cecil B. Moore 1936 N Judson St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The Honickman Center offers a variety of programs to help students succeed. These include adult education classes, GED assistance and financial aid for those who need it most as well college entrance prep or tutoring services depending on age limits within each program that vary from school year-to -year based upon availabilityIn order achieve success at any level we must first understand how different learners learn differently which then leads into understanding what motivates them do better once given an opportunity so let us explore these topics together! Phone: 12152352900 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org | Email: info@projecthome.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Application Process: Please call to inquire on lab schedules.
    198. Maternal Addiction Treatment, Education and Research 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.jeffersonhealth.org/index.html | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Women
    199. Joshua Achievement Center - Rehabilitation Center 2016 W Berks St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Help individuals overcome their personal challenges by providing a variety of services that will assist them in reaching new levels on lifes path.The organization offers mentoring, life skills training and education for job placement or self-employment opportunities as well as drug rehab programs to help those struggling with addiction get back onto the right track again; housing support if needed during emergencies like natural disasters (e..g hurricane) when there is not enough shelter available around town due date limitations etc.; transitional living quarters until they can find an apartment/home themselves - all at no cost whatsoever! They also provide spiritual rejuvenation through church attendance--and Phone: 12157652209 | URL: http://www.bodjac.com | Email: bodjac1@verizon.com | Application Process: Call for information.
    200. Northeast Treatment Centers: NET STEPS 2205 Bridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. 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) 831-6039 Intake (215) 743-6150 Intake (215) 831-6035 | URL: http://www.netcenters.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    201. Providence Treatment 1528 Walnut Street Suite 1410 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (484) 445-4145 | URL: http://www.providencetreatment.com | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    202. Mazzoni Center: Behavioral Health Services 1348 Bainbridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 563-0652 ext 248 | URL: http://www.mazzonicenter.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    203. 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 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/bodjacchurch/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    204. Office of Addiction Services (OAS) Housing Initiative
      Funds approximately 20 recovery and 'step-down' houses that serve clients enrolled in drug and alcohol treatment programs credentialed by BHSI, CBH, and/or CODAAP. Must have counselor or case manager call to determine eligibility, addresses, availability and intake Phone: (215) 685-4866 Phone: (215) 685-5414 Phone: (215) 685-5434 | URL: http://dbhids.org/office-of-addiction-services/ | Target Group: Adults
    205. Public Health Management Corporation - Health Connection 1900 N 9th St Ste 104 Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Theyre more than just a doctors office; they provide primary care, including physical exams and behavioral healthcare consultation. They also have family planning services that can help you decide what kind of birth control is best for your situation as well as health education lessons on things like condoms or STDs to prevent them from happening in the first place! Phone: 12154737451 | URL: http://www.phmc.org | Hours: Monday, Tuesday, 8:30am to 5:00pm Wednesday, Thursday, 8:30am to 8:00pm Friday, 8:30am to 3:00pm Saturday, 8:30am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Walk in or call to schedule an appointment. | Eligibility Requirements: Services are open to any patient regardless of ability to pay;sliding fee is available for uninsured and under insured patients.
    206. Men United for a Better Philadelphia 3201 West Girard Avenue 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 | Target Group: Men
    207. Kensington Hospital: Methadone Maintenance Program/OP 2100 N Front Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 426-8100 ext 7001 Intake (215) 426-8100 ext 6005 Intake (215) 426-8100 ext 7002 | URL: http://kensingtonhospital.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    208. Office of Homeless Services - Roosevelt Darby Center - Intake/Assessment for Single Men 802 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19130
      The mission of this organization is to provide emergency intake services for homeless men, place them in appropriate housing or boarding homes as needed and address their other needs.The team at The Bowery Mission has been providing centralized resources like these since 1852! Phone: 12156853700 | Email: douglas.connors@phila.gov | Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 5:00pm | Eligibility Requirements: Homeless men
    209. Resources for Human Development- Family House Now 1020 N 48th Street Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Residential treatment program for homeless/pregnant/parent with co-occurring mental illness and drug abuse. Services include psychiatric care, life skills training, and parenting training. Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Phone: (215) 878-8616 | URL: www.rhd.org | Email: fhn-phila@rhd.org | Spanish | Hours: 24/7 | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    210. 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, veterans
    211. Leperistyle Counseling and Alternative Healing 5629 N Warnock Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Services Include: Anger Management, Substance Abuse, Sexual And Physical Abuse Counseling Services. Phone: (215) 276-3633 , Monday - Saturday Alternate Phone Number (215) 276-3568 , Mon-Sat | URL: www.gromambo.com | URL: www.leperistylehaitiansanctuary.com | Email: bricarrington@gmail.com | Email: GroMambo@aol.com | Spanish | Creole | French | Hours: 8am -8pm | Target Group: All | Fees: $200 Initial Consultation Fee; One on One Counseling Sessions; Thorough Documentation Provided | Application Process: General Submission | Application Wait: 24 hours | ADAAccess: By way of the back of the location - assistance upon request and accommodated | Transportation: Accessible by way of public transportation (Olney Transportation Center; Fernrock Station)
    212. 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 | Target Group: Adults
    213. Resources for Human Development: Morris Home 5037 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides individual counseling. Phone: (215) 729-3045 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/morrishome | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    214. Merakey Behavioral Health Services: Academy Schuylkill Mountain Center 5429 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides Outpatient Psychiatric treatment. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 754-0240 | URL: www.merakey.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    215. Luzerne Treatment Center 600 E 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) 634-8962 | Spanish | Hours: 24/7 | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: 24/7, Clinical staff are on-site Monday-Friday from 8: 00 A. M. -8: 00 P. M | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    216. One Day At A Time 2310 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19132 2532 N Broad Street 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.odaatevents.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    217. 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: https://www.rhd.org/program/womanspace-philadelphia/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    218. Merakey Behavioral Health Services: Parkside 5000 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Provides Outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 477-1869 | URL: www.merakey.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    219. Malvern Community Health Services: Philadelphia (Henry Avenue) 3300 Henry Avenue Suite 302 Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (610) 941-3390 ext 1115 Intake (267) 776-4171 | URL: http://www.malvernchs.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    220. Opportunity 1536 N 59th Street Philadelphia, PA 19151
      Services include employment services for women. Phone: (215) 596-0550 ext 304 | URL: http://www.oppunityphila.org/
    221. Riverside Care: North 2701 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities. Offers night groups. Phone: (215) 226-1600 | URL: http://www.eagleville.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Application Process: Please call for information.
    222. Merakey Philadelphia: Germantown Recovery Community 20-30 Armat Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 713-2990 Intake (215) 713-2990 ext 102 Intake (215) 713-2990 ext 103 | URL: http://www.merakey.org | Creole | Hindi | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    223. Mental Health Partnerships - Daytime Drop-In Center 2709-11 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Is there an advocacy program in your area? A lot of people dont know that they can get help for mental health challenges, and its never too late to seek professional counsel. The nonprofit Mind freedom International provides drop-in services at their office on Saturdays from 10am - 4pm! They also offer crisis intervention as well if youre having trouble dealing with something specific like depression or anxiety attacks etc., but we recommend going through the counseling process before those types arise so everything doesn’t become overwhelming later down the line Phone: 12675073470 | URL: http://www.mhasp.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Walk-ins accepted | Eligibility Requirements: Adults in Philadelphia dealing with mental health challenges
    224. Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice - Mobile Medical Care Van Market St Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Drexel HOPEâ„¢ provides quality healthcare services for opioid use disorder, HIV and Hepatitis C. We offer virtual or in person care at low cost which makes medical cares more convenient to those who might not otherwise be able afford them; our mobile unit travels throughout different areas of the city so that we can serve you wherever your needs arise! Phone: 12153014675 | URL: https://drexel.edu/medicine/community-engagement/patient-care/partnership-comprehensive-care-practice/drexel-hope/ | Email: DrexelHOPE@drexel.edu | Hours: The mobile unit is now going out weekly to West Philly at 52nd andMarket Streets Thursdays from 10am-2:30pm | Application Process: Call .
    225. 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 | URL: http://www.eagleville.org/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    226. Mercy Catholic Medical Center - MISERICORDIA DIVISION 5301 Cedar Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides comprehensive healthcare services to people in all stages of life. Phone: (215) 748-9000 | URL: www.mercyhealth.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    227. Men & Women For Human Excellence - Residential Therapeutic Community 2603 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The therapeutic community provides a substance free living environment in which clients can heal themselves by using the person first, strength based approach and incorporating principles of Narcotics anonymous. The peers are also there to help guide them along their journey for recovery while being held accountable when needed most as well! Phone: 12152782201 | URL: http://www.mwfhe.org | Email: jstoryj@mwfhe.org
    228. Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network 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
    229. Self - Recovery House 1211-15 Chestnut St Ste 205 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides recovery house for 25 women with substance abuse problemsin preparation for independent living. No fee required. | URL: https://www.selfincorp.org/ | Email: info@selfincorp.org | Application Process: Not Available
    230. Mercy Specialty Associates: S 54th Street 501 S 54th Street Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides comprehensive healthcare services to people in all stages of life. Phone: (215) 748-9525 | URL: www.mercyhealth.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    231. Merakey: Armat Street 20-30 Armat Street Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Merakey is a leading developmental, behavioral health, and education non-profit provider offering a breadth of integrated services to individuals and communities across the country. Services include: Outpatient Drug And Alcohol and Partial Drug And Alcohol treatment programs. Phone: (215) 713-2990 | URL: www.merakey.org | Email: contact@merakey.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information
    232. Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS): Friends Connection 520 Delaware Avenue 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/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    233. SOAR Corporation 2 7500 Bristol Pike Levittown, PA 19057
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 269-9081 | URL: https://www.soarcorp.org/ | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    234. Narcotics Anonymous
      A program based on the 12 steps of Narcotics Anonymous for people who are addicted. Phone: (610) 534-9510 | URL: www.na.org | Target Group: Adults
    235. Merakey: Building Bridges 130 Meadow Land Coal Township, PA 17866
      Merakey is a leading developmental, behavioral health, and education non-profit provider offering a breadth of integrated services to individuals and communities across the country. Services include: Reinvestment - Certified Peer Specialist, Community Integrated Recovery Center (CIRC), and a Mobile Psychiatry Rehab. Phone: (570) 644-5358 | URL: www.merakey.org | Email: contact@merakey.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff. | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information
    236. Philadelphia Health Management Corp: BRIDGES' STEP-DOWN 4126 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      It is the only program in the region offering one and two bedroom apartments to women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction with up to three children under twelve years of age. Phone: (215) 879-5944 | URL: www.phmc.org/addictions/bridgestep1.html | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: SA | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    237. St. John's Hospice - Day Services 1221-23 Race St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Day Services offers a variety of services to adult males inneed.Services available include:- Meal Feeding Program (12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Monday through Fridayexcept the 2nd Tuesday of each month)- Medical Nurse (8:30 am to 3:00 pm Tuesday and Friday)- Day Service Case Manager (12:00 pm to 3:00 pm Monday throughFriday)- Hall Mercer Mental Health Services (1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Monday andWednesday) Phone: 12155637763 | URL: http://saintjohnshospice.org/ | Email: rswitzer@chs-adphila.org
    238. National Poison Control
      Information about poisoning. Phone: (800) 222-1222 | URL: http://www.aapcc.org/
    239. Merakey Parkside Recovery: Knights Road 11082 Knights Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 632-9040 ext 190 Intake (215) 632-9040 ext 234 Intake 1-866-647-0007 | URL: http://www.merakey.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    240. Philadelphia VA Medical Center (PVAMC): Opioid Treatment Program 3900 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 823-5809 Intake (215) 823-4070 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    241. Temple University Hospital: Episcopal Campus 100 E Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Provides individual, group and some family counseling for adults 18 years old and up. Phone: (215) 707-1200 Intake (215) 707-2577 | URL: http://www.templehealth.org/locations/temple-health-episcopal-campus | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    242. National Workforce Opportunity Network 21 South 11 Street Suite 504 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The National Workforce Opportunity Network, LLC (NWON) currently provides job readiness and career preparedness workshops and targeted career placement throughout the Philadelphia region assisting businesses meet their staffing needs and helping to build a skilled workforce. The NWON training network is a one-stop shop for workforce development strategies – everything from school-to- work initiatives and career exploration, to community partnerships and targeted programs for youth, minorities, women, immigrants, returning citizens, and veterans. Phone: (267) 225-8436 | URL: https://www.nwonpa.com/
    243. Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital 1500 Lansdowne Avenue 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/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    244. Primary Purpose 2185 Bristol Oxford Valley Road Levittown, PA 19057 3335 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Recovery house that accepts individuals on medication assisted treatment for addiction (methadone maintenance). 2 male houses available. Phone: (215) 425-3150 Phone: (267) 228-4723 Phone: (267) 257-2628 Phone: (267) 688-6340 | URL: http://www.aasepia.org/meetings/2185-bristol-oxford-valley-road-levittown-pa-19057-primary-purpose-tuesday-19-00-obb-14941799/ | Email: info@primarypurpose.us | Email: paul@primarypurpose.us
    245. Temple University Office of Community Relations - Health and Wellness 1301-43 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      As a leading urban university, Temple University is dedicated tobeing a good neighbor to the residents of the communitiessurrounding our campuses and supporting our neighbors health andwellbeing. From GED classes and career training to dental visitsand music education, Temple offers a wide range of services whichimprove the lives of our neighbors and fellow Philadelphians. TheOffice of Community Relations is a great way to learn about whatTemple has to offer, and access what Temple has to offer.The Kornberg School of Dentistry:Temple’s dental school is home to the busiest dental clinic inthe city of Philadelphia, serving approximately 100,000 patientsannually. Additionally, the school of Dentistry’s Students andfaculty spend more than 13,000 hours a year in the community,offering free screenings at schools and churches and holding andattending neighborhood health fairs. For information aboutappointments, visit the Kornberg School of Dentistry’s website athttp://www.temple.edu/dentistry.The School of Podiatric Medicine:Through the Foot and Ankles Institute, the School of PodiatricMedicine conducts community education and outreach promoting footcare for patients with diabetes. The goal is to increase overallhealth and wellness and reduce foot-related complications that canresult from diabetes.For more information, visit http://podiatry.temple.edu.College of Health Professions: Community Health Services:Through Temple’s nursing program, the College of HealthProfessionals provides numerous community outreach and educationprograms targeted at improving the health and wellbeing of ourneighbors. These programs focus on environmental health concernsand the health of women and children.Contact The Office of Community Relations at 215-204-7913 for moreinformation about this program. Phone: 12152047913 | URL: https://community.temple.edu/programs-and-initiatives/center-community-partnerships | Application Process: Contact The Office of Community Relations at 215-204-7913.
    246. New Directions for Women 1638 Pine Street Philadelphia, PA 19103
      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) 809-2170 | URL: https://www.newdirectionsforwomen.org/ | Target Group: Women | Application Process: Please call for information.
    247. 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: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: All job seekers, returning citizens, TANF and SNAP recipients, folks in recovery, long term unemployed, Adults | 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
    248. Project HOME: Hope Haven II 2827-28 Diamond Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Hope Haven II is a permanent supportive housing residence for formerly homeless men who have completed a drug or alcohol treatment program and who are seeking a supportive group living environment as a continuation of their recovery program. Phone: (215) 232-0604 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org/services/housing/permanent.php | Email: carolynplacke@projecthome.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults
    249. The Bridge at Therapeutic Center Fox Chase 8400 Pine Road Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Mental Health/Substance Abuse D&A Medically Monitored Detox D&A Medically Monitored Residential, Long Term D&A Medically Monitored Residential, Short Term. Phone: (215) 985-2580 | URL: www.thebridgephiladelphia.org/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adolescents Male | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    250. New Horizons 501 S 54th Street Mercy Hospital Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services. Phone: (215) 748-9000 | URL: http://newhorizonshousing.com/
    251. My Sisters Place: Thomas Jefferson University 1239 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 763-1020 Intake (215) 955-3792 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    252. Pyramid Healthcare 2705 N Old Bethlehem Pike Quakertown, PA 18951
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol. Phone: (814) 259-8716 | URL: https://www.pyramidhealthcarepa.com/locations/pennsylvania-treatment-locations/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    253. Therapeutic Center at Fox Chase: DBA The Bridge 1100 Adams Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides residential substance abuse disorder treatment services. Phone: (215) 342-5000 Intake (215) 342-5000 ext 7424 Intake (215) 342-5000 ext 7425 | URL: http://www.thebridgephiladelphia.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    254. New Pathways Project 2539 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      New Pathways Project is a community-based recovery support program. The project serve adult men and women throughout the City seeking help with addiction-related problems who primarily MA recipients or are in the process of attaining medical assistance. The New Pathways Project, funded by the Office of Addictions Services, is designed to support individuals in a recovery community of their peers, through skill building, health promotion, recreational activities, and family reunification. New Pathways Project (215) 225-5800 , Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm | Email: sthigpen@phmc.or | Spanish | Target Group: Women
    255. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Community Integrated Recovery Programs 4641 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Services include: Psychiatric rehabilitation and outpatient mental health treatment. Friends Helping Friends (215) 831-2950 Friends With Friends (215) 831-2916 Unity Connection I & II (215) 831-2885 | URL: www.neccbh.org/community-integrated-recovery-programs/ | Email: info@neccbh.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-3pm | Target Group: Adults 18 years and older | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    256. Reach Out Foundation of Bucks County 152 Monroe Avenue Penndel, PA 19047
      Drop in center providing free support services for mental health and substance addiction. Also has a Reentry support group to help men and women returning to the community. Phone: (215) 970-5462 | URL: www.rofbucks.org | Email: dhicks@rofbucks.org | Email: sgallant@rofbucks.org | Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-8pm | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Confidential intake sheet | Eligibility Requirements: 21 or older | ADAAccess: Yes
    257. The Wedge Recovery Center Early Intervention Program 4913 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19141
      An Early Intervention Program (EIP). The program is designed to serve Philadelphia residents between the ages 12-21 who are currently using substances or who are otherwise at risk for substance abuse because of factors in the environmental, school, legal, family, mental health, peer & social, and dependency system domains. Services Offered include: •Substance Use Screening and Assessment •Evidenced-based Substance Abuse Education •Intervention Counseling •Family Counseling •Community/School/Child service outreach •Individualized Service Planning •Group Psychoeducational Sessions •Parental Education/Consultation •Service Linkage Enrollment & Program Requirements •Assessments are offered Monday through Friday and are completed by a trained clinician •Weekly individual and family counseling; Group psychoeducation and parenting education occur for 6 hours/week over an 8 week period EIP Office Contact (215) 276-3922 ext 4048 , Mon-Fri 10am-5:30pm | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/early-intervention-program/ | Email: jrepko@wedgepc.com | Spanish | Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm | Target Group: At-Risk Youth | Fees: None | Application Process: Call to make a referral or set up an intake appointment. | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia residents between the ages 12-21 who are currently using substances or who are otherwise at risk for substance abuse because of factors in the environmental, school, legal, family, mental health, peer & social, and dependency system domains. | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: None
    258. 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 | URL: https://nscaonline.org/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    259. Northeast Treatment Centers: Frankford 4625 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 451-7100 | URL: http://www.netcenters.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    260. Reading-Berks Intergroup/AA
      Provides addiction treatment counseling services. Phone: (610) 373-6500 | URL: http://www.readingberksintergroup.org/ | Email: bcsobervoices@aol.com | Target Group: Adults
    261. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital: Family Center: Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program 1233 Locust Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Family Center is a comprehensive women-centered substance abuse treatment program providing outpatient and intensive outpatient care for women who are pregnant, parenting, or working towards reunification. The program is licensed to provide both methadone and buprenorphine outpatient maintenance as well as non-medication assisted treatment. Service capacity is 230 medicated assisted women and 30 non-medication assisted women. Services include individual, group, and family therapy, prenatal/obstetrical care, psychiatric services, art therapy, trauma groups, parenting, nutrition, women's health groups, mindfulness-based stress reduction, methadone anonymous meetings, peer support services, enhanced case management services, coordination with Children's pediatrician, mindfulness based parenting classes, smoking cessation, GED referral, HIV testing and counseling referral and parent/child services. Phone: (215) 955-8577 | URL: https://hospitals.jefferson.edu/departments-and-services/vickie-and-jack-farber-institute-for-neuroscience/programs/psychiatry-and-human-behavior/substance-abuse-programs.html | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: SA | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Women must be at least 18 years of age, pregnant or parenting, have a history of opiate dependence, have insurance and be a Philadelphia county resident. There are no income eligibility requirements. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    262. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Drug and Alcohol 4641 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Services include: Outpatient substance abuse program. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 831-2958 | URL: www.neccbh.org | Email: info@neccbh.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-9pm, Friday 9am-6pm | Target Group: Adults 18 years and older | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    263. Northeast Treatment Centers: Wharton Center Residential Rehab 2205 Bridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Provides residential recovery program for chemically dependent men and Co-occurring Disorders Program. Phone: (215) 451-7000 Intake (215) 288-5490 Intake (215) 289-3350 | URL: http://www.netcenters.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    264. Resources For Human Development- Family House Norristown 4700 Wissahickon Avenue Suite 126 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol treatment services. Toll Free Number 1-800-894-9925 | URL: www.rhd.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    265. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital- METHODIST CAMPUS 132 S 10th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      A quarterly Bereavement Support Group is offered to those in the community who have experienced a significant loss in their life. A Chaplain and a Registered Nurse/Certified Thanatologist facilitate the group, which meets in an intimate setting (conference room 1). Eight-week group sessions Fridays, 12pm-1:30pm. Please call 1-800-JEFF-NOW for more information. Facilitator, Head of Methodist Pastoral Care (215)952-9048 , M-F Toll Free 1-800-JEFF-NOW , 24/7 | URL: hospitals.jefferson.edu/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Fees: Free | Application Process: Open to all | Eligibility Requirements: Please wait until at least three months have past since the loss of your loved one. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    266. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - N Front Street 2152 N Front Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Services include: Clinic Psychiatric Outpatient care. Phone: (215) 291-9392 | URL: www.neccbh.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    267. Office of Homeless Services - AppleTree Center - Intake/Assessment for Women and Families 1430 Cherry Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The organizations mission is to provide a range of services, including emergency housing placement for families and single women in need. Families or single females may call this intake center directly for placement in the homeless housing system. Phone: (215) 686-7150 | URL: http://www.philadelphiaofficeofhomelessservices.org/ | Email: douglas.connors@phila.gov | Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Application and assessments must be done in person at the AppleTreeFamily Center. Please call 215-686-7150 for additional information. | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of Philadelphia County.
    268. Resources for Human Development: New Start 3653-55 N 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: https://www.rhd.org/program/new-start-i/ | Email: start@rhd.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    269. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Narcotics Addictions Rehab Program 1021 S 21st and Washington Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19146
      A 12-week outpatient treatment program serving cocaine and other substance abusers (e. g. alcohol, amphetamines) as well as dually diagnosed patients. The program is designed for persons not requiring hospitalization or residential services but who need more than once-weekly outpatient psychotherapy as well as people moving out of detoxification, inpatient care, or rehabilitation facilities. There is no waiting list and the location is convenient for bus and auto routes. Program Features: Assessment for appropriate level of care, Intensive outpatient group therapy 3 times a week for 12 weeks, Psychiatric and medical assessment, Individual therapy, On-site 12 step meetings, HIV/AIDS prevention workshops, HIV/AIDS testing and pre- and post-test counseling, Structured activity groups, Referral services, After-care groups. Phone: (215) 735-5979 | URL: hospitals.jefferson.edu/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    270. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Outpatient Addiction Recovery Program 4641 Roosevelt Blvd The Orleans Building Philadelphia, PA 19124
      The Individual Therapist provides individual therapy in conjunction with supportive group or family and couples counseling, behavioral reinforcement (onsite drugscreening is utilized), psychopharmacology training for therapists delivering evidence based practices on site at our outpatient facility. We also offer Peer Support that comes through strong linkages to Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) & Narcotics anonymous(NA). Phone: (215) 831-2800 | URL: http://www.neccbh.org | Email: info@neccbh.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Application Process: To schedule an appointment call . | Eligibility Requirements: Adults age 18 or older
    271. Overeaters Anonymous
      A 12 step recovery program for compulsive overeaters. Phone: (505) 891-2664 | URL: www.oa.org | Target Group: Adults
    272. Resources Human Development - NOVA 3901 City Avenue Washington Building, Apartment 203 Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol. Toll Free Number 1-800-894-9925 | URL: www.rhd.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    273. UHS Recovery Foundation (Keystone Center) 2001 Providence Avenue CHESTER, PA 19013
      Services include: Adult Medically Monitored Detoxification and Rehabilitation, Residential Gambling Program, Occupational Addiction, Unit Residential Treatment, Facility Short Term Stabilization Program, Extended Care Unit, Key Recovery Adult/Adolescent Outpatient. Services offered in Chester and Ambler. Provides adult medically monitored detoxification program. Designed for individuals with chronic substance abuse and dual diagnosis issues who are in need of long-term treatment. Ideal for patients who may have been unsuccessful in previous treatment and recovery attempts and numerous relapses. No fee required. Private treatment program provides long-term care for adolescents manifesting chronic psychiatric disorders. Residents receive weekly, individual, group and family therapy sessions. Phone: (610) 876-9000 | URL: www.keystonecenter.net | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    274. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Residential Programs 4641 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19124
      The Center provides residential services to adults with behavioral health needs and intellectual disabilities. The programs are designed to assist the individuals towards their recovery; to live as independently as possible in the community with supportive services. The Consumers are involved in decision making, planning and running of their homes while staff continue to provide the support necessary to assure a safe, secure environment in which to live. The residential programs are recovery focused, choice-based, with services that are community integrated, promote peer culture, individual strengths and family inclusion. The Community Lodge Program (CLP) is a recovery-based residential program for persons with behavioral health needs. Community Residential Rehabilitation Services (CRRS) MOD CRR & MAX CRR The Community Residential Rehabilitation Services, (CRRS) Is a recovery-oriented residential program for individuals, 18 years and older, with behavioral health needs who receive supervision of skills training, vocational/educational planning, psycho-social assessment, counseling and peer support in order to increase greater level of independence, interdependence, peer/family support and empowerment. The programs are designed to assist individuals to make a smooth transition from a psychiatric hospital or a poor living environment to live as independently as possible in the community with supervision and supportive services. Services include (1) skills training in areas such as meal preparation, housekeeping, budgeting, and medication management; (2) vocational/educational opportunities and counseling (3)individualized and person-centered service plans identifying personal goals based on individual strengths, needs and preferences; (4)accessing and expanding social and recreational support by increasing community integration activities; (5) peer leadership in weekly consumer government meetings which supports and strengthens mutual respect, responsibility and peer culture. The difference between the two programs is based on an individual's needs and challenges. The individuals at MAX CRR require an increased level of supervision while the individuals at MOD CRR have greater independence with moderate supervision. The focus, however, remains the same for both programs: recovery-oriented, choice based, with services that are community integrated, promote peer culture, individual strengths, and family inclusion. All referrals for Residential Services are made through the Philadelphia Behavioral Health System (215) 546-0300 | URL: www.neccbh.org/residential-programs/ | Email: farena@neccbh.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    275. Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge - Men's Induction Center - Philadelphia 156 W School House Ln Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation service, works to helpadult men (over 18 years old) recover from addictions and becomeproductive member of society. Phone: 12158492054 | URL: http://www.tcphila.com | Email: tctcmail@teenchallengetc.com | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: Adult men experiencing a drug or alcohol addiction
    276. Sanare Today - Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) 1500-6 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Offers group treatment for individuals in crisis or who are struggling with maintaining emotional stability. They also offer both mental health and substance use groups, which can be tailored to the specific needs of each patient based on age eligibility requirements- adolescents separately from adults . Phone: 16103449600 | Email: info@sanaretoday.com | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: For ages 8 and up.
    277. University of Pennsylvania Medical Center & Health Systems- PRESBYTERIAN 51 N 39th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol treatment. Phone: (215) 662-8747 | URL: www.pennmedicine.org/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    278. Northeast Community Center for BH: Children and Youth Program 7226 Castor Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19149
      The Children and Youth Outpatient Department of NECCBH provides on-site treatment services that promote recovery, resilience and wellness to all children, adolescents and their families who are experiencing mental health or behavioral difficulties. The department is staffed by a professionally credentialed multidisciplinary treatment team which is committed to providing individualized and evidenced based services to children from age 3 to 18 years of age. Services include: Outpatient Psychiatric Phone: (215) 742-7810 Intake (215) 831-2869 Intake (215) 831-2941 | URL: http://www.neccbh.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    279. People for People: Project Restore 800 N 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://peopleforpeople.org/ | Email: wivery@peopleforpeople.org | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    280. Self 1425 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities. Phone: (215) 496-9550 | URL: http://www.selfincorp.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults
    281. Wedge Medical Center - N Broad Street II 3609 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Primary Focus: Mix of mental health and substance abuse services . Services Provided: Substance abuse treatment Type of Care: Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment Special Programs/Groups: Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 223-1100 | URL: www.wedgepc.com/ | Tagalog | Mandarin | Chinese | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    282. Northeast Community MH/MR 4371 Walane Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
      A Community Integrated Recovery Center (CIRC). Phone: (215) 831-2891 | URL: www.neccbh.org | Email: info@neccbh.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    283. 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 | URL: http://www.pha.phila.gov/ | Email: laVidajohnson@pha.phila.gov | Email: michael.kelly@pha.phila.gov | Target Group: Adults
    284. SOAR Corporation 9150 Marshall Street Suite 18 Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 464-4450 | URL: https://www.soarcorp.org/ | Greek | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    285. Wedge Medical Center - S Broad Street 2009 S Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Primary Focus: Mix of mental health and substance abuse services . Services Provided: Substance abuse treatment Type of Care: Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment Special Programs/Groups: Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 223-1200 | URL: www.wedgepc.com/ | Cambodian | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    286. North Philadelphia Health System: DD/FI 801 W Girard Avenue GMC Building, 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 787-2000 | URL: www.nphs.com/ | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    287. Philadelphia VAMC: Behavioral Health Service 3900 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 823-5894 Intake (215) 823-4014 | URL: http://www.philadelphia.va.gov/ | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    288. Sobriety Through Outpatient 2534 N Broad Street Suite 200 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Licensed and CARF credentialed outpatient behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 227-7867 | URL: stop-phila.org | Email: stop2000@msn.com | Chinese | Spanish | American Sign Language | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    289. Wedge Medical Center - Substance Abuse 2009 S Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 276-3922 Intake (215) 276-3922 ext 5001 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    290. North Philadelphia Health Systems: Miracles in Progress 801 W Girard Avenue GMC Building Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 787-2313 Intake (215) 787-2407 | URL: http://www.nphs.com | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    291. Philadelphia VA Medical Center (PVAMC): Addiction Recovery Unit 39th/Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 823-4070 Intake (215) 823-4014 | URL: http://www.philadelphia.va.gov | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    292. S.O.F. Recovery 1014 Tilghman Street Chester, PA 19013
      S.O.F. Recovery is a sober living home located in Delaware County Pennsylvania. Their mission is to help men in recovery break the mental, physical, and emotional shackles of addiction. With a foundation built on strong fellowship and accountability, S.O.F. Recovery provides a drug free environment and an opportunity for those seeking structure to realize that men in recovery can live a substance-free existence with the help of structured living and the common goals shared by their housemates. House Manager (215) 626-8129 , 24/7 | URL: www.sofrecovery.com | Email: sofrecovery@gmail.com | Hours: 24/7 | Target Group: Drug/Alcohol Recovery, Adults | Application Process: Phone interview | Eligibility Requirements: Clean Urine | ADAAccess: None
    293. Wedge - NORTH 3604 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Services include: Community Integrated Recovery Center (CIRC) Phone: (215) 223-3600 | URL: www.wedgepc.com/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    294. Nuestra Clinica Residencial 50 E New Street Lancaster, PA 17602
      Nuestra Clinica’s purpose is to provide culturally competent therapeutic services and support to Latino clients and their families. It is Nuestra Clinica’s intention to provide both prevention and intervention services facilitating educational experiences and treatment to the community. Services include: Non-Hospital Drug And Alcohol treatments. Phone: (717) 431-1435 | URL: www.sacapa.org/human-services/nuestra-clinica/ | Email: info@sacapa.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information
    295. 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
    296. 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: https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Joachim-Church-Philadelphia/103441386376253 | Application Process: Please call for information.
    297. Wedge - SOUTH 6701 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Services include: Community Integrated Recovery Center (CIRC) Phone: (215) 271-3922 | URL: www.wedgepc.com/ | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    298. Parkside Recovery Center 5000 Parkside Ave Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Offers outpatient services which may be coordinated by a casemanager and may include individual and group counseling, 12-stepmeetings, social and recreational activities. | URL: http://merakey.org | Email: contact@merakey.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    299. Re-Enter 3331 Powelton Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Services include: Inpatient holistic substance abuse treatment. Phone: (215) 222-2770 ext 106 , 24/7 | URL: www.reenter.org | Email: vance.hudson@reenter.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults men | Fees: CBH/Medicaid | Application Process: Referral | Service Wait: Please call for bed availability, thank you. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information | Transportation: None.
    300. Summit Academy Drug & Alcohol Program 839 Herman Road Herman, PA 16039
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol treatment. Phone: (724) 282-1995 | URL: https://theacademyschools.com/the-summit-academy/treatment/ | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    301. 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: (866) 762-0395 | URL: http://www.whitedeerrun.com/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    302. Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice 1427-33 Vine St Ste 405 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The team at STDCheck offers a range of services for those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. They provide in person appointments, but also offer telemedicine service if youre unable to visit their office or dont qualify as having an office near where live! Phone: 12157622530 | URL: https://drexel.edu/medicine/community-engagement/patient-care/partnership-comprehensive-care-practice/ | Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm Wednesday, 8:00am to 6:30pm | Application Process: Call tel:1-215-762-2530 to set up an appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Those living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS
    303. Pyramid Healthcare Outpatient Treatment Center Northeast Philadelphia 9815 Roosevelt Boulevard Suite B Philadelphia, PA 19114
      At their Northeast Philadelphia location, they offer Intensive Outpatient programs for adults, young adults, and adolescents, as well as Outpatient programs for adults and adolescents. They additionally offer their Addictions Awareness program at this location. Local (215) 342-4400 Toll-Free 1-800-238-4357 | URL: https://rehabafterwork.pyramidhealthcarepa.com/locations/pennsylvania/northeast-philadelphia/ | Hours: 7:30am-10pm | Target Group: Adults
    304. Temple Hospital: North Philadelphia 3401 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides AA counseling services. Phone: (215) 707-2000 | URL: http://tuh.templehealth.org/content/default.htm | Application Process: Please call for information.
    305. Widener University Community Counseling Center 301 E 19th Street Chester, PA 19013
      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 information or an appointment. Closed mid-June through early August. Phone: (610) 499-1261 | URL: http://www.widener.edu/academics/support/counseling/default.aspx | Application Process: Please call for information.
    306. Pathways to Recovery: PHMC 2301 E Allegheny Avenue 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 731-2402 | URL: http://www.phmc.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    307. Rehab After Work- Outpatient Treatment Center 1420 Walnut Street Suite 500 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: 1-800-238-4357 Intake (610) 644-6464 | URL: https://rehabafterwork.pyramidhealthcarepa.com/ | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-10pm
    308. Temple Student and Faculty Center: Noon Day 3340 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides AA counseling services. Phone: (215) 707-4017 | URL: https://studentcenter.temple.edu//student-faculty-center
    309. 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 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/Walk-In-ReEntry-Services-WIRES-213444775800516/ | Email: cjb.upenn@gmail.com | Hours: Tuesdays 5:30pm-7:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    310. PDoH - AIDS Activities Coordinating Office - HIV and AIDS Related Programs 1101-11 Market St Fl 9 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The HIV/AIDS Epidemic Control Program (Hive) is a metropolitan area program designed to develop, monitor and evaluate all services related with the prevention of infection. Services provided range from education on how one can protect themselves against this virus in order for them not only be aware but also take action when theyre knowledgeable enough Phone: 18009852437 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/AACO
    311. Self, Inc.: Charles Simpkins House: Recovery House 1447 W Cayuga Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides Recovery House For 25 Women with Substance Abuse Problems in preparation for Independent Living. Phone: (215) 457-3907 | URL: http://www.selfincorp.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation. | Target Group: Women, Adults | Fees: None | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please call for more information. | Application Wait: Varies | Service Wait: Varies
    312. The Behavioral Wellness Center at Girard 801 W Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides Inpatient Drug And Alcohol treatment. Phone: (215) 787-2407 | URL: https://bewellctr.org/ | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation. | Target Group: Adults | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    313. Southwest Community Development Corporation 6328 Paschall Avenue 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 | Target Group: Adults
    314. Penn Presbyterian Medical Center: Inpatient Substance Use Treatment 51 N 39th Street Wright Saunders Building, 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Primary Focus: Mix of mental health and substance abuse services . Services Provided: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification Type of Care: Hospital inpatient, Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment Special Programs/Groups: Women. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 662-8884 Intake (215) 662-8283 Intake (215) 662-8747 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/recovery | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    315. Staffing Plus 551 W Lancaster Avenue 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: 1-800-550-9212 | URL: www.staffingplus.com | Application Process: Please call for information.
    316. The Consortium 26 S 40th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 451 S University Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The Consortium provides an array of comprehensive outpatient, drug and alcohol treatment services to adults and adolescents. Medication assistance is also available for persons 18 years of age and older. Services include, intensive outpatient, group and individual counseling, couples and family therapy, trauma focused care, DUI, on site psychiatry and a host of additional services. Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment (215) 596-8000 , 7 days a week | URL: www.consortium-inc.org | Email: gwhite@consortium-inc.org | French | Hours: Mon-Thu 6am-6pm; Sat-Sun 8am-11:30am | Target Group: 13 and up | Fees: Sliding scale | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Service Wait: within 24 hours | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: Token assistance
    317. Steven A Cohen Military Family Clinic: University of Pennsylvania 3535 Market Street Suite 670 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides mental health services. Phone: 1-844-573-3146 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/mfc/ | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    318. Pennsylvania Alliance of Recovery Residences 1628 Church Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Our mission at PARR is to create, evaluate and improve standards and measures of quality for all levels of recovery residences. PARR provides a forum for exchanging ideas to include developing uniformity for our field, problem solving and advocacy. PARR works in collaboration with the Office of Addiction Services (OAS) Recovery Housing Unit and Access to Recovery (ATR) staff with enhancing the Recovery Residence Network. OAS and ATR staff provide oversight and monitor the funded and OAS approved residences and PARR assists the unfunded, unregulated network of well over 200 residences through an association that assists them with adhering to operational standards. Phone: (215) 380-0904 | URL: http://fredway7.wixsite.com/parr | Hours: 8am-4pm | Target Group: Adults
    319. Temple University Office of Community Relations - Workforce Initiatives 1301-43 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      The future of Temple University and her neighborhoods are strategically connected. The Community Outreach team works to ensure that both our university, as well a mutually beneficial relationship with local businesses can flourish by increasing opportunities for job seekers in all categories--from those seeking career training or mentorship on up-to college graduates ready make their way financially independent Phone: 12152047913 | URL: https://community.temple.edu/programs-and-initiatives/center-community-partnerships | Application Process: For information about currently available positions, visitJobs@Temple(http://www.temple.edu/hr/departments/employment/jobs_within.htm),our online application portal. You may also contact: William Hart -Human Resource/Community Outreach and Hiring by
    320. The National Academy 900 Agnew Road Pittsburgh, PA 15227
      The National Academy has provided community-based drug and alcohol treatment to juveniles in Allegheny County for more than 25 years. They are pleased to now offer this same licensed and accredited program for male and female clients ranging from 13-20 years of age in Philadelphia County. Services include: Outpatient Drug And Alcohol Phone: (412) 885-5200 | URL: www.theacademyschools.com/National-Academy-Drug-Alcohol-Program/National-Academy-Overview.htm | Email: harteye@theacademysystem.com | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff. | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information
    321. 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
    322. 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
    323. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Family Center Program - MATER 1233 Locust Street Suite 201 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 955-3792 | URL: https://hospitals.jefferson.edu/find-a-location/locations/1233-locust-street.html | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    324. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital D&A Program 833 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Phone: (215) 955-8856 | URL: https://hospitals.jefferson.edu/departments-and-services/vickie-and-jack-farber-institute-for-neuroscience/programs/psychiatry-and-human-behavior/substance-abuse-programs.html | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    325. Total Recovery at Penn Medicine 4040 Market Street 2nd Floor, Suites 200 and 220 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 662-8747 Intake (215) 662-8724 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/recovery | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    326. Philadelphia Addiction Center 9922 Roosevelt Boulevard Suite 10 Philadelphia, PA 19115
      Philadelphia Addiction Center offers Hypnotherapy and Acupuncture to treat addictions. Main - receptionist (267) 980-5720 | URL: philaaddictioncenter.com | URL: philahypnosis.com | Email: addiction@vivahealthylife.com | Email: hypnotherapy@vivahealthylife.com | Russian | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-8pm | Target Group: 18-21, 22-64, 65+. Acupuncture, Hypnotherapy, Herbology, Homeopathy, implant for alcohol addiction | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Anonymous registration | Application Wait: No | Service Wait: within 24 hours | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    327. United Community Health Clinics 4159 Girard Avenue First African Presbyterian Church Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Substance abuse education Phone: (215) 704-2782 | URL: www.med.upenn.edu/ucclinic | Email: uccinformation@gmail.com
    328. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital: Inpatient Psychiatry 111 S 11th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides psychological and psychiatric care services. Phone: (215) 955-6655 | URL: http://hospitals.jefferson.edu/departments-and-services/psychiatry-and-human-behavior/ | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    329. Veterans Group - Veterans Services 3209 Baring St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      This program offers an opportunity for those who are seeking a more introverted lifestyle with private accommodations. The dorms provide shared facilities and access to meals as well as counseling services that can help you get your life back on track after being discharged from service or hospitalization! Phone: 12152224379 | URL: http://theveteransgroup.org | Email: info@theveteransgroup.org | Hours: Monday through Sunday, 9:00am to 11:00pm | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: Services are for veterans
    330. Philadelphia Fight 1233 Locust Street Suite 500 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      A comprehensive AIDS service organization providing primary care, mental health and substance abuse services, consumer education, advocacy and research on potential treatments and vaccines. Phone: (215) 985-4448 | URL: fight.org/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    331. Wedge Medical Center - Poplar Street 1609 Poplar Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Services include: Partial Drug and Alcohol Phone: (215) 232-2200 | URL: www.wedgepc.com/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    332. TODAY 1990 N Woodbourne Road Langhorne, PA 19047
      Provides cost-effective, individualized, innovative, and comprehensive continuum of care to those affected by the disease of chemical dependency. Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol, Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Phone: (215) 968-4713 | URL: www.todayinc.org | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    333. Wedge Recovery Centers: Logan Office 4913 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 329-3200 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/4913-north-broad-street/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    334. Philadelphia Fight - Clinica Bienestar 2913-15 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      An HIV clinic that provides care to the Spanish speaking community. Services include primary medical treatment for Hiv/Aids, hepatC virus infection and case management services in addition their harm reduction package which includes linkage towards drug or alcohol rehab programs as well onsite medication assisted therapy if needed against opiate addictions. Phone: 12156345272 | Email: clinica-bienestar@fight.org | Hours: Tuesday, 1:00pm to 5:00pm Wednesday, 9:00am to 5:00pm Call to confirm
    335. Wedge Recovery Centers: Recovery & Education Center: Juniper 1939 S 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/1939-s-juniper-street/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    336. 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 | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    337. Wes Health Centers 1315 Windrim Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19141
      WES Health Centers provides Behavioral Health, Intellectual Disabilities, Substance Abuse, and Primary Care services. Behavioral Health Adult Services include the following major programs: Adult Outpatient, Crisis Intervention, Targeted Case Management, and Community Integrated Recovery Centers. Behavioral Health Children Services include the following major programs: Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (Wrap Around), Child and Family, Family Based, and School Therapeutic Services. Intellectual Disabilities Adult Services include the following major programs: Supports Coordination, Vocational Habilitation, and WESWorks (Community Integrated Employment). Intellectual Disabilities Children Services include an Early Intervention Program. WES also provides Substance Abuse Services to the adolescent population through its Passages program. Primary Care Services include preventive health care, routine health examinations, screenings, immunizations, treatments for minor illnesses, and management of chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, and asthma. Intake (215) 455-3900 | URL: www.drwes.org/ | Email: moreinfo@drwes.org | Spanish | Vietnamese | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:45am-5pm | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    338. 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: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Target Group: Adults
    339. Valley Forge Hospital Treatment Center 1033 W Germantown Pike Norristown, PA 19130
      Since 1973, Valley Forge has dedicated its resources to the treatment of addiction and associated physical & emotional disorders. Comprehensive inpatient substance abuse treatment is provided through acute care (hospital based) detoxification and short-term rehabilitation; and residential (non-hospital based) detoxification, short-term and long-term rehabilitation programs. Specialized services are available for the dually diagnosed, Spanish speaking, and those living with HIV/AIDS. New Medical Recovery Unit is now open for patients requiring sub-acute hospitalization in a clean & sober environment. Located in East Norriton, Montgomery County, PA an 86-bed facility is situated within an expansive and tranquil wooded site minutes from nearby Philadelphia. Primarily serves patients from Philadelphia, Berks, Bucks, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, Schuylkill, York and other counties in Pennsylvania. Licensed, acute-care hospital approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation for Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Phone: (610) 539-8500 | URL: www.vfmc.net/ | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    340. Philadelphia Nurse Family Partnership 1080 N Delaware Ave Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Offers a weekly home visit from an experienced nurse that provides health and child development activities, prenatal education supportand referrals to help you meet your goals. Phone: 12152872114 | URL: https://nurseledcare.phmc.org/programs/philly-nfp.html | Email: shexem@phmc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call our central call line number at 215-287-2114 or find thereferral form online here:https://nurseledcare.phmc.org/programs/philly-nfp.html | Eligibility Requirements: First time mothers may enroll during pregnancy up to 28 weeks. Mustlive in Philadelphia, PA. Must live 250% of the national povertylevel. This is a free and voluntary program.
    341. Variety- The Children's Charity of the Delaware Valley 2950 Potshop Road Worcester, PA 19490
      Variety-the Children's Charity of the Delaware Valley's mission is to enrich the lives of children and young adults with disabilities through social, educational, and vocational programs that nurture independence and self-confidence, and prepare them for life. Variety's after school programming is located at the Widener School in Philadelphia and Overbrook School for the Blind. Additionally, Variety holds a satellite summer camp at Temple University. All Philadelphia based programs advance Variety’s mission through educational, recreational and social enrichment activities. Variety encourages all children to participate to the highest level of their abilities, learn new skills and make new friends. Director of Programs-Nick Larcinese (610) 584-4366 ext 245 , 9am-5pm | URL: http://www.varietyphila.org | Email: Nicholas.Larcinese@varietyphila.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Mon-Fri 3pm-6pm | Target Group: Ages 5-24 | Fees: -After school programming at Widener and Overbrook is free. -Please contact Nick Larcinese for additional details on fees for Temple summer programming. | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information. | Transportation: School District of Philadelphia CTT fare Paid by Variety
    342. Please Touch Museum - Traveling Trunks Program 4201 Ave Of The Rep Ave Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Please Touch Museum is a great place to bring the magic of museum home. The trunk themes include: Circus, Folklore and Fairytales; Dino Discoveries Move IT Water Creatures Foodtastic Journey African American Experience Franklins Philadelphia Growing Up Around The World(Holland Japan China Nigeria) Native Americans . Call us today at (555) 555-5500 or info@potmFAILURE | URL: http://www.pleasetouchmuseum.org | Email: info@pleasetouchmuseum.org | Application Process: For additional information, please call (215) 581-3181 or visit ourwebsite at http://www.pleasetouchmuseum.org
    343. Wedge Medical Center 3604 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 223-3600 ext 6022 Intake (215) 276-3922 ext 8001 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com | Chinese | Tagalog | Vietnamese Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    344. Prevention Point Philadelphia 166 West Lehigh Avenue 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://ppponline.org/ | Email: clayton@preventionpointphilly.org | Hours: Mon-Thu 12pm-4pm, Friday12pm-3pm
    345. Wedge Recovery Centers - Drug & Alcohol/Dual Diagnosis Services (South Office) 2009-11 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      is the first company to offer intensive outpatient and mental health facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. We know that there are many people struggling with these illnesses in our community, which is why were here for you when it comes time! Phone: (215) 271-2200 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/index.php | Email: gpoole@wedgepc.com
    346. PRO-ACT (Pennsylvania Recovery Organization Achieving Community Together)
      A support group of volunteers advocating for the recovery community, their families, and for those still suffering 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: https://www.councilsepa.org/programs/pro-act | Target Group: Adults
    347. Wedge Recovery Centers: Recovery & Education Center: Germantown 3604 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 223-3600 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/3604-germantown/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    348. Project HOME: St. Elizabeth's Recovery Residence 1850 N Croskey Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      St. Elizabeth's Recovery Residence is a transitional housing program for homeless men with a primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder with or without a co-occurring mental illness who wish to establish recovery from their substance use issues. St. Elizabeth's consists of 24 single room occupancy units with shared living and dining areas, twelve of which are designated specifically for veterans. Phone: (215) 763-1820 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org/services/housing/transitional.php | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults
    349. White Deer Run of Allenwood 360 White Deer Run Road Allenwood, PA 17810
      White Deer Run of Allenwood is a 264-bed program that offers detoxification and residential rehabilitation services for adults who are dealing with substance abuse and certain co-occurring disorders. Admissions 1-855-231-1198 | URL: www.whitedeerrun.com/locations/allenwood/ | Email: mrangel@crchealth.com | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: 24/7 | Target Group: 18 and older | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    350. Project HOME - Stephen Klein Wellness Center 2144 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Medical services are provided at no cost to you. This includes primary care, behavioral health care and dental practices as well with pharmacy on the horizon! Weve got it all covered here in our community resource center - so stop by today or call (555) 555-5535 if theres anything else we can help out with while yourre waitin. You deserve some rest after a long day; come stay awhile Phone: (215) 320-6187 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org | Email: info@projecthome.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm Tuesday, 8:30am to 7:00pm | Eligibility Requirements: Must be a patient of the Stephen Klein Wellness Center.
    351. Womens Institute for Family Health 5936 Chestnut Street 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 747-2391 | URL: http://www.wifamilyhealth.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    352. Public Health Management Corp: Chances 1200 Callowhill Street Suite 102 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 923-0218 ext 5231 Intake (215) 923-0218 ext 5228 | URL: http://www.phmc.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    353. Public Health Management Corporation - Pathways to Recovery 2301 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol, Partial Drug and Alcohol, Substance Abuse Day Treatment. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 731-2402 | URL: www.phmc.org/ | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    354. 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 Phone: 1-866-988-4377 | URL: http://reading.towerhealth.org/ | Email: info@readinghealth.org
    355. Reality Changes (Whitehall Recreation Center) 1900 Wakeling Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides addiction treatment counseling services. Phone: (215) 685-1243
    356. Rehab After Work 9815 Roosevelt Boulevard Suite B Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Offers Intensive Outpatient programs for adults, young adults, and adolescents. Also offers a specialty Addictions Awareness Program at this location. Phone: 1-888-694-9996 | URL: http://www.rehabafterwork.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    357. Resources Human Development- Lower Merion Counseling Services 850 Lancaster Avenue 2nd Floor Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Phone: (610) 520-1510 | URL: www.rhd.org | American Sign | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    358. Roxborough Memorial Hospital 5800 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 509-6800 Intake (215) 509-3706 Intake (215) 910-9425 | URL: http://www.roxboroughmemorialhospital.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    359. Self Help Movement 2600 Sampton Road Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 677-7778 Intake (215) 677-7778 ext 115 Intake (215) 677-7778 ext 117 | URL: http://www.selfhelpmovement.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    360. 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
    361. Spanish American Civic Association for Equality (NUESTRA CLINICA RESIDENCIAL ) 545 Pershing Avenue Lancaster, PA 17602
      Provides outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Phone: (717) 293-4150 | URL: www.sacapa.org/nuestra_clinical_residencial.html | Spanish | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    362. 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
    363. 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: https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Joachim-Church-Philadelphia/103441386376253 | Hours: Meetings in basement Sunday & Tuesday 7pm-8:30pm | Target Group: Men | Application Process: Please call for information.
    364. Temple University Office of Community Relations - Neighborhood Impact 1301-43 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Temple University has a strong relationship with the community around its eight zip codes. The Office of Community Relations interacts on an ongoing basis and works closely to make sure that all perspectives are heard, including those from Temples Campus Community Council which provides feedback for important endeavors being undertaken by our university officials in order ensure were always doing what’s best not just now but also tomorrow! Phone: 12152047913 | URL: https://community.temple.edu/programs-and-initiatives/center-community-partnerships | Application Process: Residential and civic representatives who are interested inconnecting with Temples Office of Community Relations can contactAndrea D. Swan at (215) 204-7409 or andrea.swan@temple.edu.
    365. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital: MY SISTER'S PLACE 1239 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol for pregnant, parenting, or women working towards reunification. Provides substance use treatment for all substances and specializes in opioid use disorder (offering medication if needed). Phone: (215) 763-1020 For Admissions (during business hours) (215) 955-3792 , Mon-Fri 7am-6pm For Admissions (outside of business hours) (215) 763-1020 | URL: hospitals.jefferson.edu/departments-and-services/maternal-fetal-medicine/maternal-addiction- | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information | Transportation: Yes
    366. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Psychiatric Associates 833 Chestnut Street E Suite 210 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Program serves individual with alcohol and non-opiate drug abuse and combined substance abuse and mental health problems (dually diagnosed patients). Assessments can be arranged within 24-48 hours of referral. The Program is accessible to public transport. Program Features: Assessments for appropriate level of care, Individual counseling, Group and family therapy, Psychiatric, psychological and medical evaluations, Medication management, Referrals for additional services, HIV/AIDS education and counseling and HIV test referrals, General public information and education programs. Phone: (215) 955-8291 | URL: https://hospitals.jefferson.edu/departments-and-services/vickie-and-jack-farber-institute-for-neuroscience/programs/psychiatry-and-human-behavior.html | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    367. Trans-Health Information Project (TIP) Advocacy and Support 149 W Susquehanna Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      If youre feeling lost, lonely or just need someone to talk with about your gender identity then we can help! We offer peer support counseling from another trans* individual. Services include: sexual health and HIV risk reduction counselings rèsumé coaching assistance with legal name changes (and more). Theres no cost for these services but there are some limited hours that I would be able-to accommodate during weekdays because of my work schedule. Phone: 12674573912 | URL: http://www.galaei.org | Email: nsanchez@galaei.org | Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 1:00pm to 4:00pm or by appointment
    368. Trinity Management: A&O Recovery Services 3319 Kensington Avenue 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
    369. Veterans Upward Bound Program 3933 Walnut Street 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/ | Target Group: Veterans
    370. Wedge Recovery Centers 1939 S Juniper Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides mental health services. Phone: (215) 276-3922 ext 1005 Intake (215) 271-5881 Intake (215) 276-3922 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com | Chinese | Tagalog | Vietnamese Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    371. Wedge Recovery Centers: Frankford Office 4243 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 744-3600 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/4243-frankford-ave/ | Email: pcoy@wedgepc.com | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    372. Wedge Recovery Centers: Venango Office 3609 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
      Provides intensive outpatient and outpatient facilities alongside drug & alcohol/dual diagnosis services. Phone: (215) 223-1100 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com/3609-north-broad-street/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-8pm | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    373. Women's Resource Center 113 W Wayne Avenue 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/ | Target Group: Women | Application Process: Please call for information.
    374. Women's Space - Ardmore 120 Ardmore Avenue Ardmore, PA 19003
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol treatment. Phone: (610) 649-8136 | URL: www.womanspace.org/ | American Sign | Spanish | TDD Capability | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
  2. Advocacy & Assistance

    1. Action Wellness - Housing Services - Annex 3600 Market St Ste 601 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Action Wellness Housing is here to help you find or maintain safe, affordable housing. We offer a range of services and options that can assist in your search for good homes such as counseling (to deal with any personal issues), subsidized units if needed by homeless individuals with HIV/AIDS | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with chronic illness, peoplewho need help accessing health insurance, the LGBTQ community, andpeople who are at risk for contracting HIV. We also extend supportto family and friends, and those affected by chronic illness.
    2. Achievement Through Counseling and Treatment: (ACT I) 5820 Old York Road Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 276-8400 ext 2601 Intake (215) 388-4348 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org/ | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    3. Action Wellness - Housing Services - North/ Casa Nueva Vida 2641 N 6th St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Action Wellness Housing staff are available to assist clients who find it difficultto secure or maintain safe, affordable housing. They offer a range services and options for assisting them in securing their next place of residence including counseling as well subsidized homes with those living HIV disease The goal at Action wellness house isnt just about providing someone temporary roof over head while they search again but rather helping make sure that these individuals have got whats necessary so there won Phone: 12152919700 | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theengagement team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with chronic illness, peoplewho need help accessing health insurance, the LGBTQ community, andpeople who are at risk for contracting HIV disease. We also extendsupport to family and friends, and those affected by chronicillness.
    4. Action Wellness - Housing Services - West 3901-55 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Action Wellness Housing is dedicated to assisting those who are experiencing difficulty finding or maintaining safe, affordable housing. They provide a range of services and options that can help clients in securing their next home with helpful advice on how best you might be able do so-ganically navigating through the process while also keeping your needs met along the way! Phone: 12159810088 | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with chronic illness, peoplewho need help accessing health insurance, the LGBTQ community, andpeople who are at risk for contracting HIV Disease. We also extendsupport to family and friends, and those affected by chronicillness.
    5. Action Wellness - Medical Case Management 1216-20 Arch St Fl 6 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Medical Case Managers help people with insurance, housing and benefits. They also make sure that the patient has access to medications they need when its time for their appointment or just life-long medical care Phone: 12159810088 | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with chronic illness, peoplewho need help accessing health insurance, the LGBTQ community, andpeople who are at risk for contracting HIV Disease. We also extendsupport to family and friends, and those affected by chronicillness.
    6. Achievement Through Counseling and Treatment: (ACT II) 1745 N 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs as well as individual, group, and family counseling, psychiatric care, medical hepatitis C and HIV specialist care, and case management services. Testing available for hip C, HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. Phone: (215) 236-0100 Intake (215) 236-0100 ext 2653 Intake (215) 276-8400 ext 2622 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org/ | Email: act@jevs.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 7 am-5pm; Sat-Sun- 8am-12pm
    7. Action Wellness - Medical Case Management - North/ Casa Nueva Vida 2641 N 6th St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Medical case managers are the ones who work to remove practical and emotional barriers that can prevent people from getting needed medical care, medications or housing. Phone: 12152919700 | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with chronic illness, peoplewho need help accessing health insurance, the LGBTQ community, andpeople who are at risk for contracting HIV. We also extend supportto family and friends, and those affected by chronic illness.
    8. African Cultural Alliance of North America - Refugee/Asylee Program 5530 Chester Ave Philadelphia, PA 19143
      The African Assistance Center is a non profit organization that provides outreach, case management and referral services to new Americans. This program especially helps refugees from Africa who have settled in the United States or are arriving soon with assistance they need for safety during their adjustment period here The main objectives of this centers work include: providing culturally appropriate orientation on adjusting one’s life style; assisting these newcomers by helping them access training programs where needed (like language lessons), certifications/licenses required after arrival etc.; offering cultural trainings which will teach you about your newfound culture while also teaching some basics such as how much money American people usually make compared what was expected at home Phone: 12157298225 | URL: http://www.acanaus.org | Email: acanaphila@gmail.com | Hours: Please Call | Application Process: Call or go online for more information | Eligibility Requirements: Please call for more information.
    9. Action Wellness - Medical Case Management - Annex 3600 Market St Ste 601 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Medical case managers are the gatekeepers to your healthcare providers. They work with clients so they can remove practical and emotional barriers that may be preventing them from getting their needs met in a timely manner, such as access drugs or medications for example If youre experiencing any type of difficulty obtaining medical care because its too far away from home then this person might just know how best suited weve been looking all along | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with chronic illness, peoplewho need help accessing health insurance, the LGBTQ community, andpeople who are at risk for contracting HIV. We also extend supportto family and friends, and those affected by chronic illness.
    10. Action Wellness - Housing Services 1216-20 Arch St Fl 6 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Action Wellness Housing is dedicated to helping those who are experiencing difficulty finding or maintaining safe, affordable housing. They provide a range of services and options that can assist you in securing your own apartment with help from the staff if necessary! Phone: 12159810088 | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with HIV Disease and otherchronic illnesses, the LGBTQ community, and people who are at riskfor contracting HIV Disease.
    11. Action Wellness - Medical Case Management - West 3901-55 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Medical case managers work in partnership with clients to remove practical and emotional barriers that stand between them, such as access medicine or housing. They also help plan for future needs by making sure the client has all their benefits theyre owed; including medical care coverage through an employer if applicable or government assistance programs like Medicare Part D prescription drug card - which can save people up 40% on drugs next renewal period! Phone: 12159810088 | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with chronic illness, peoplewho need help accessing health insurance, the LGBTQ community, andpeople who are at risk for contracting HIV Disease. We also extendsupport to family and friends, and those affected by chronicillness.
    12. Al-Assist: Behavioral Healthcare Center 1401 S 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 339-1070 | URL: http://www.gphainc.org | Chinese Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    13. 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 | Target Group: Adults
    14. American Heart Association - Philadelphia
      The American Heart Association is a national organization that supports heart and stroke research, as well the importance of nutrition. The advocacy group improves quality care for those suffering from these illnesses by educating people about signs they may be having trouble with their blood flow to help prevent TXF20 - also known at the warning symptom. Phone: 16108670583 | URL: http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/ | Email: Jennifer.t.davis@heart.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
    15. Adult and Teen Challenge: Philadelphia Womens Home 329 E Wister Street Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 843-2887 Intake 1-+844-888-8085 | URL: http://www.paatc.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    16. 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 | Target Group: Adults
    17. BEBASHI - Basic Needs (Resource Navigation) 1235 Spring Garden St Fl 1 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Bebashis resource navigation program provides referrals to people in need of assistance, systems that can help you find your way through the challenges of life. This service is available for anyone who may require it! Phone: 12157693561 | URL: http://www.bebashi.org | Email: connect@bebashi.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call, walk-in, visit website | Eligibility Requirements: Open to all
    18. Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha 112 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides mental health services. Phone: (267) 798-7560 Intake (267) 296-7220 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    19. Affordable Housing Centers of Pennsylvania - First Time Homebuyer Program - Francisville 846 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19130
      We are the bridge between you and your mortgage. Our job is to make sure that everything goes smoothly so all of this jargon just becomes part of what you know, rather than being a burden or confusion for either side in negotiations Phone: 12157651221 | URL: http://www.ahcopa.org/ | Email: jblake@ahcopa.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Saturdays by Appointment | Application Process: Filling out for seen at linkhttp://www.ahcopa.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/263/2016/12/First-Time-Home-Buyer-Intake-Form.pdfvia mail, email, fax, or in person. Once submitted, we will contactyou within three business days to schedule an appointment with you. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    20. Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia - West/Southwest Victim Services 2000 Hamilton St Ste 204 Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Offers supportive counseling, referrals, and assistance with thelegal system to victims of crime in the Southwest Service Area ofthe Philadelphia Police Department (Districts 12, 16, 18, and 19).Assists with the processes for obtaining crime victimscompensation and protection orders. Phone: 12155676776 | URL: http://www.avpphila.org | Email: avp@avpphila.org | Hours: Call for information | Application Process: For help or more information, please call us at (267) 217-3754 oremail us at victimservices@avpphila.org or via our website:https://avpphila.org/west-southwest-victim-services/. All servicesare currently by appointment only, no walk ins. | Eligibility Requirements: Serves victims of and witnesses to crime in the 12th, 16th, 18th,and 19th Police Districts.
    21. Benefits Data Trust - PA Benefits Center 1500-42 Market St Ste 2800 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Health Insurance Expert is here to help you with all your insurance needs. We have experienced agents available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week who are eager and ready answer any questions that may come up while processing an application or just providing general information about Medicare plans in order for our customers get covered! If there arise ever difficulties along the way feel free contact us anytime via phone number __________ Phone: 18005289594 | URL: www.bdtrust.orghttp://bdtrust.org/projects/15 | Email: info@bdtrust.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Eligibility Requirements: PA residents 60+.
    22. Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha 1900 N Ninth Street Suite P Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 259-3373 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    23. Arc of Philadelphia - Advocacy and Supports Referrals 2350 W Westmoreland St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      The mission of the Developmental Disabilities Association is to improvethe lives and chances for success in society by supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities or developmental disability; families members who care tirelessly about their loved ones well being; professionals leading change within our communities at all levels including policy making bodies where they serve as experts on matters related specifically towards this population group (e..g., boardsgear advisory panels). Phone: 12152294550 | URL: http://www.arcphiladelphia.org/arc_philadelphia/home.html | Email: contact@arcpddc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for an appointment. | Eligibility Requirements: Persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
    24. APPD Community Service Unit 1401 Arch Street 13th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102
      APPD provides all possible assistance to the victims of the offenders we supervise. The Vision of APPD is to become a leading organization in the field of community supervision by implementing evidence-based strategies. Phone: (215) 683-1035 | URL: http://www.courts.phila.gov/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    25. Catholic Social Services - Immigrant, Refugee and Asylee Support 222 N 17th St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The organization is committed to helping those who have been forced from their homes. They provide assistance for refugees and other vulnerable populations so they can begin again on this new continent, free of fear or circumstance that would hold them back in life! Phone: 12673312490 | URL: http://www.catholicsocialservicesphilly.org/ | Email: CSSHelp@chs-adphila.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call for an appointment is preferred, but anyone may walk in and beassisted. | Eligibility Requirements: Call or walk-in to determine eligibility requirements for specificneed.
    26. Asociacion Puertorriquenos: En Marcha Inc 2921-27 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      APM provides services to the community, ranging from affordable housing, food security and employment assistance, to early child education, foster care and adoption, substance abuse treatment and behavioral health for adults. Phone: (215) 426-9680 Intake (215) 259-3358 Intake (267) 296-7220 | URL: http://www.apmphila.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    27. Behavioral Wellness Center: Goldman Clinic 801 W Girard Avenue 1st, 2nd and 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 787-2082 Intake (215) 787-2080 | URL: http://www.bewellctr.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    28. Arc of Philadelphia - Housing 2350 W Westmoreland St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      We know that individuals with intellectual anddevelopmental disabilities face many challenges when looking for housing. We aim to provide resources so these people can access safe, spacious apartments or homes which will accommodate their needs Phone: 12152294550 | URL: http://www.arcphiladelphia.org/arc_philadelphia/home.html | Email: contact@arcpddc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for an appointment. | Eligibility Requirements: Persons with intellectual disability.
    29. Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly - CARIE LINE
      The Senior Solutions team is your one stop shop for all things seniors. Whether you need help with housing, social services or just someone who can answer that question What does it mean when my mom says shes losing her mind? weve got the answers! Phone: 18003563606 | URL: http://www.carie.org | Email: menio@carie.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm | Application Process: Call or | Eligibility Requirements: Older adults and their caregivers
    30. Baker Industries - Workforce Development 3630 I St Philadelphia, PA 19134
      We know that there are a lot of barriers to employment, and we want you to be successful. Thats why our workforce development program is tailored just for adults with your unique needs. Phone: 12152915700 | URL: https://www.bakerindustries.org/ | Email: dan@bakerindustries.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 3:45pm | Application Process: Contact us at forcomplete information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    31. Benefits Data Trust - BenePhilly 2 W Logan St Ste 550 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Bene Pfily can help you with any of your needs. - Need medical insurance? Theyve got it covered!  BenePfily is here for the whole family, providing in person or over phone assistance to Philadelphians seeking benefits such as PACE/PACENet (Rx), LIS/Extra Help(SSA) Medicare Part D , SNAP food stamps . LIHEAP heating assistance property tax rebate Medicaid crew MSP CHIP Tanff Homestead Exemption Phone: 18002362194 | URL: http://www.bdtrust.org | Email: bdtrequest@bdtrust.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of Philadelphia.
    32. Behavioral Wellness Center: RTFA 8th Avenue/Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 787-2000 ext 2318 Intake (215) 787-2000 ext 2389 Intake (215) 787-2407 | URL: http://www.bewellctr.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    33. Center in the Park - Center Services 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The center offers a life-long learning curriculum, vibrant arts and humanities program as well an intergenerational one. They also have many trip opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy! The fitness facilities offer workouts that are tailored towards your needs with classes like Zumba® step aerobics or Bodybar™ toning sessions powered by resistive bands which make exercising fun again while you laugh along at our funny videos projected on wall monitors during faux dance parties hosted weekly live DJ nights where no song is played twice so if theres anything about fitting into old clothes (or buying new ones) being discussed then Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm; Tuesday andThursday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call or email info@centerinthepark.org for information.
    34. Beacon Point Recovery Center 2301 E Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 337-2950 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    35. Benephilly Two Logan Square Suite 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 | Target Group: Adults
    36. Belmont Northeast Wellness Center 11600 Caroline Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 632-6400 Intake (215) 612-3233 | URL: http://www.belmontbehavioral.com/locations/north-east | Arabic | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    37. Central Division Victim Services - Crime Victim/Witness Services 1538 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The victimization rate in America is one of the highest around, with over 46 million people being victims. This organization provides essential services for crime survivors compensation and guidance on how to move forward from a traumatic experience as well social service referrals when needed! Phone: 12157633280 | URL: https://www.cdvservices.org/ | Email: info@cdvservices.org | Application Process: Call, visit the website, or email. The Philadelphia Police also serve as liaisons to connectindividuals to the services of the agency. | Eligibility Requirements: Serves crime victims and witnesses who live in the Central ServiceArea of the Philadelphia Police Department (the 6th, 9th, 22ndDistricts).
    38. Bethesda Project - Permanent Housing
      The mission of this organization is to provide permanent supportive housing for those experiencing chronic homelessness. Phone: 12159851600 | URL: http://www.bethesdaproject.org | Email: info@bethesdaproject.org | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Referrals are accepted through the | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals (18 years and older) experiencing chronic homelessnessas defined by HUD.
    39. Broad Street Ministry - Concierge 315 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Helps people through the complicated process of getting what they need by assisting them with navigating complex systems and services. This includes obtaining benefits, identification medical care behavioral health housing . Phone: 12157354847 | URL: http://www.broadstreetministry.org | Email: info@broadstreetministry.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 11:30am to 3:00pm | Application Process: Walk-in | Eligibility Requirements: Services are available to individuals experiencing or at risk ofhomelessness.
    40. CADEkids - Neighborhood Programs 128-30 Chestnut St Ste 302 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      The children of the city are served by specialists in many different fields. These include PAL centers, after-school programs and summer camps; they work with neighborhood daycare providers to provide an array activities for kids while also teaching basic skills that can be reinforced at school during class time or practiced on their own outside of curriculum frameworks like reading comprehension exercises (which would make sense because this is what parents want). One way these budding scientists serve others comes through drug rehabilitation initiatives - anti-drug march events happen all over town! Phone: 12159250643 | URL: http://www.cadekids.org/ | Email: dalderfer@cadekids.org | Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:00 pm | Application Process: Please Call
    41. CHADD Support for ADHD 1012 Russell Lane West Chester, PA 19380
      Children & Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder. Phone: (610) 429-4060 | URL: www.chadd.org
    42. Catholic Social Services - A Call Away (Helpline) 4400 N Reese St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      You are not alone. If you find yourself needing support during a difficult time, call us and well provide information on programs that can make all the difference in your journey forward Phone: 12673312490 | URL: http://cssphiladelphia.org | Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: None
    43. Ceiba - IDA Program - Philadelphia; Kensington 174 Diamond St Philadelphia, PA 19122
      IDA Program provides Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) toindividuals who are first time home buyers. It is a structuredsavings program that provides matching funds for participants whomeet a savings goal and complete financial education. First timehome buyers who save $2,000, complete 6 hours of financial literacyeducation, and participate in 5 hours of housing counseling areeligible to receive $4,000 in matching funds. Funds may be used fordown payment or closing costs. Phone: 12156347245 | URL: http://www.ceibaphiladelphia.org | Email: info@ceibaphiladelphia.org | Hours: Program hours vary, please call for more information. | Application Process: Call for information or visit | Eligibility Requirements: Eligibility Criteria:- Participants must meet income guidelines by household size- Participants must have earned income (e.g. from employment)- Program requires 6 months of participation before participantbecomes eligible for funds- Applicants must meet with a housing counselor prior to applyingto IDA program- Credit report required- Serves everyone.
    44. Caring Together Addictions and: Mental Health Program for Women 4700 Wissahickon Avenue Building C, Suite 102 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 967-2130 | URL: http://www.drexelmed.edu/caringtogether | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    45. Chestnut Hill Hospital Company LLC: Tower Health 8835 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 248-8331 ext 8331 Intake (215) 248-8331 Intake (215) 767-9467 | URL: http://www.chhhealthsystem.com | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    46. Catholic Social Services - Prenatal Information and Support 7340 Jackson St Philadelphia, PA 19136
      The Pregnancy Center is here to help you during your pregnancy. Services include free andconfidential tests, education about whats happening with baby inside of us as well  as support for applying t o WIC ( McCoy 2013), CHIP or Cribs For Kids if needed! We offer a bathtub safety program that teaches parents how best keep their children safe in the tub while also providing them some fun games - all without ever leaving home since were located just a few blocks from Phone: 12156245920 | URL: http://cssphiladelphia.org | Email: csshelp@chs-adphila.org | Application Process: Contact for more information on this program. | Eligibility Requirements: Expecting families
    47. Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly - Philadelphia Long Term Care Ombudsman Program
      The CARIE Ombudsman Program helps consumers in nursing homes, personal carehomes and other types of long term care facilities. They have an extensive list  of resources that they provide for people who need them most - from answering questions about admissions or discharge procedures to protecting the identity when it comes time to file complaints against your facility! Phone: 18003563606 | URL: http://www.carie.org | Email: menio@carie.org | Application Process: Call 215-545-5724 or 1-800-356-3606 | Eligibility Requirements: Serves individuals and the families of individuals who live inlong-term care facilities in Philadelphia or Montgomery county.
    48. Casa de Consejeria y Salud Integral: House of Counseling 213 W Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 634-3259 ext 117 Intake (215) 634-3259 | URL: http://www.casacares.net | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    49. COLOURS Organization - Sexual Health Services for Minorities 1211-15 Chestnut St Ste 910 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The LGBTQ+ youth of color deserve more than just a safe space. They need the tools to build their future and get it right where they are at in life, today! This is what we do for our community - provides case management services as well education on how best present itself so that people dont mistake your identity or orientation by looking at some things like Free Safer Sex & Hygiene Kits which can help prevent transmission through sexual contact even if youre having sex without protection because there may still be bacteria involved anyway (though this doesn Phone: 12158320100 | URL: http://www.coloursorganization.org/ | Email: info@coloursorganization.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 9:00pm Saturday, 1:00pm to 9:00pm | Application Process: Intake procedure is completed on all clients who use casemanagement services. Call for more information | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    50. Center in the Park - Counselor 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The Member Services Department provides assistance to members with any concerns they may have about their benefits or entitlements such as; SNAP, Social Security Administration (SSA), housing issues and repairs. Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, 9:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call for information.
    51. Center in the Park - Housing Counselor 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      We know that there are many things to worry about when it comes time for you or your parents get older. You may have questions on how best handle the situation, and were here with answers! Our experts will help make sure nothing goes wrong during this transition- whether its advice about home repair options like installing grab bars in kitchens so people can cook without reaching above their heads; preventing predatory lending by telling lenders what kind of monthly payment they need based off Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, 9:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for more information
    52. Ceiba - Housing Counseling - Philadelphia; Kensington 174 Diamond St Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Coordinates the housing counseling services of three organizations: Concilio, Esperanza and Norris Square Civic Association- These  services are delivered to homeowners, potential homeowners anrenters. Counselors identify predatory loans and assist them in obtaining good loan products for home repairs; renters receive tenant rights as well as delinquency monitoring throughout their tenancy Phone: 12156347245 | URL: http://www.ceibaphiladelphia.org | Email: info@ceibaphiladelphia.org | Hours: Monday through Friday 9:30 am to 5:00 pm | Application Process: Call to make an appointment.
    53. CORA Services Inc: Clinical Services Division 8540 Verree Road Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 342-7660 ext 2785 Intake (215) 342-7660 ext 2450 | URL: http://www.coraservices.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    54. Center in the Park - In Home Support Program 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Offers services to homebound adults over the age of 60+ who are inneed of assistance to remain or regain their independence in theirhome. Services received through the IHSP are designed to beshort-term and to help consumers get back on their feet and intothe community. Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Admin hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, 9:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call for information.
    55. Child Guidance Resource Centers 2901 Island Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19153
      Services include: Community Support Psychiatric, Outpatient Psychiatric. Phone: (267) 713-4100 Intake (267) 713-4100 ext 3529 Intake (267) 713-4100 x0 | URL: http://www.cgrc.org | Italian | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    56. Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly - Providing Advocacy for Victimized Elders (PAVE)
      PAVE is a victim assistance program through CARIE LINE that provides services to older adults who have been the victims of crime. This includes accompaniment by an attorney or advocate in court, transportation home if needed and filing for Crime Victim Compensation benefits so they can get their life back on track after being financially steals from you! Phone: 18003563606 | URL: http://www.carie.org | Email: menio@carie.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00p, | Application Process: Call 215-545-5728 or 800-356-3606 or visit | Eligibility Requirements: Older adults in Philadelphia who have been the victims of elderabuse or other crimes.
    57. Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations - Housing 141 E Hunting Park Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Housing Services provides low-income families with the chance to become homeowners by teaching them about financial education and tenants rights advocacy. Phone: 12156273100 | URL: http://www.elconcilio.net | Email: concilio@elconcilio.net | Application Process: Call for information
    58. City of Philadelphia - RISE - Case Management 1425 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      This includes providing direct support for your transition from incarceration, and connecting you with additional services. We also offer personal development sessions so that our clients can become self-sufficient again in the community after their time behind bars is up! Phone: (215) 683-3370 | URL: http://www.rise.phila.gov/case-management | Email: rise@phila.gov | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 10:00am to 1:00pm Scheduled appointments: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    59. Children's Crisis Treatment Center 1080 N Delaware Avenue Suite 602 Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Specializes in helping children who have faced emotional/behavioral challenges that interfere with their development. Phone: (215) 496-0707 Intake (215) 496-0584 Intake (215) 496-0707 ext 1445 | URL: http://www.cctckids.org/ | Chinese | French | Hindi | Portuguese | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    60. Center in the Park - Neighborhood Energy Center 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      This agency offers a number of resources and services to those in need, including budget counseling for energy related needs. They also provide LIHEAP (Energy Help) which is an application assistance program that can help with applying for government funding or other programs such as weatherization projects on your home! If youre interested we recommend giving them a call today at 55555555  to see what they have going around town. Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00am to 12:00pm for Walk-Ins Fridays by appointment | Application Process: Please call to schedule an appointment with the intake specialistor to register for a workshop. | Eligibility Requirements: Eligibility criteria is based on the specific program an individualis applying to receive. Please call or walk-in for moreinformation.
    61. EMIR Healing Center - Victim and Witness Services 59 E Haines St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      EMIR can help you prepare for court by providing accompaniment during activities related to the victimization. They offer in-person support, which means that they come into your home or office if needed so there are no excuses not show up accompanied by someone who understands what it feels like on both sides of this situation - criminal proceedings where victims have lost loved ones because crimes were committed against them; but also being supportive members within our community as we all work towards making sure these types things never happen again! Phone: 12158484068 | URL: https://emirphilly.org/ | Email: info@emirphilly.org | Hours: Call for information - some services are provided by appointmentand hours vary. | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Available to Philadelphia residents who have been the victim orwitness to a crime, and to the surviving family of homicidevictims.
    62. COMHAR Inc: Maximum Care Residential Program 3138 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 427-5752 Intake (215) 203-3000 Intake (215) 427-5800 | URL: http://www.comhar.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    63. 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: (215) 665-1400 Phone: (888) 608-7925 | URL: http://www.philaedfund.org/programs/supporting-students/the-college-access-program
    64. Children's Enhanced Program 2821 Island Avenue 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19153
      Services include: Community Support Psychiatric, Outpatient Psychiatric. Phone: (215) 596-8100 ext 1306 Intake (267) 233-5391 ext 1314 | URL: http://consortiuminc.org/ | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    65. Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia - Energy Conservation and Weatherization 106 W Clearfield St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      With our help, your home will be more energy efficient and youll have the peace of mind that comes with knowing how much money isnt being wasted on high utility bills. We can seal out drafts from escaping through tiny gaps in doors or windows so no matter where they occur around Pennsylvania whole house air sealing services are available for all types homes—whether its one story tall condominiums or large chestnut mansions! Phone: 12159880919 | URL: http://www.ecasavesenergy.org | Email: info@ecasavesenergy.org | Hours: Program hours vary, call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Contact your nearest neighborhood energy center for eligibilityinformation
    66. Community Council for MH/MR 4900 Wyalusing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 473-7033 Intake (215) 473-7033 ext 100 | URL: http://www.cchss.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    67. Community Legal Services - Public Benefits and Welfare Unit - Chestnut Street 1424-26 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The firm offers legal services to clients who receive government benefits like Social Security, public welfare ( DPW )and Department of Insurance. The lawyers work with these agencies on resolved problems that arise in their programs Phone: 12159813700 | URL: http://www.clsphila.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for intake. No walk-ins accepted. | Eligibility Requirements: Low income residents in Philadelphia County.
    68. City of Philadelphia - Fair Housing Commission 601 Walnut St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      tenants should be aware that they have rights when it comes to renting in Philadelphia. They can make complaints against unfair rental practices and if the landlord is retaliation for reporting code violations, then there will probably be an investigation into their conduct by this commission which has authority over these types cases! Phone: 12156864670 | URL: https://www.phila.gov/departments/fair-housing-commission/ | Email: fairhousingcomm@phila.gov | Hours: Call for information. | Application Process: Complete | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of Philadelphia County
    69. Gaudenzia DRC 3200 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 991-9700 ext 4221 Intake (610) 416-4935 | URL: http://www.drcp.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    70. Community Legal Services - Employment Unit 1424-26 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Fights for the rights of people in need, helping them with their legal issues and criminal background checks. Phone: 12159813700 | URL: http://www.clsphila.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for intake. No walk-ins accepted. | Eligibility Requirements: Low income residents of Philadelphia County.
    71. Community Legal Services - Public Benefits and Welfare Unit - Erie Avenue 1410 W Erie Ave Philadelphia, PA 19140
      We provide legal services for clients who have problems with the government benefit programs run by Social Security Administration, Department of Public Welfare and Insurance. Phone: 12152272400 | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for intake. No walk-ins accepted. | Eligibility Requirements: Low income residents in Philadelphia County.
    72. Clarifi - Financial Counseling - Market Street 1635 Market St Fl 5 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      This program helps families overcome debt, improve credit and budget wisely so they can build assets for the future. It also teaches them how to maintain stable housing by providing job training programs that lead directly into careers with local businesses or government agencies like Social Security Administration (or other intele susceptible Sectors). Phone: 12677652786 | URL: http://www.clarifi.org | Email: clarifiteam@clarifi.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm | Application Process: Call Clarifis main number, , for intake and moreinformation about locations. | Eligibility Requirements: Clarifi services are open to all in the 5 SEPA counties regardlessof income.
    73. Gaudenzia Inc: ReEntry House 5401 Wayne Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 438-5082 Intake (484) 678-7358 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    74. Consortium Inc: Adult Outpatient Mental Health Program 5501 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 748-8400 | URL: http://consortiuminc.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    75. Empowering Communities by Helping Others 6401 Ogontz and Stenton Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Resource center for the surrounding communities that provides services free of charge. Phone: (215) 276-2960 | URL: https://www.mtairycogic.com/
    76. Clarifi - Financial Counseling - Master Street 2300-44 Master St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      By teaching people how to manage their money better, this program is helping them overcome debt and build up assets for the future. It’s also vital that they maintain stable housing in order do so! Phone: 12677652786 | Email: clarifiteam@clarifi.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm | Application Process: Call Clarifis main number, , for intake and moreinformation about locations. | Eligibility Requirements: Clarifi services are open to all in the 5 SEPA counties regardlessof income.
    77. Gay & Lesbian Peer Counseling Services 1315 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides counseling services for the LGBT community of Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 732-8255 | URL: http://www.lgbtpeercounseling.com/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 6pm-9pm | Application Process: Please call for information.
    78. Dawn's Place 48253 PO Box Philadelphia, PA 19144
      We offer individual and group counseling to address the socialpsychological trauma underlying clients involvement with Commercial sexual exploitation. This includes past  sexual, physical or mental abuse as well posttraumatic stress disorder among other issues Phone: 12158492396 | URL: http://www.ahomefordawn.org/index.php | Email: info@ahomefordawn.org | Hours: Program hours vary, call for information. | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: The residence is limited to women age 18 and older who have adesire to leave prostitution (either from the streets or anycommercially based operation) who are:
    79. Fair Housing Rights Center - Education - Fair Housing Laws 444 N 3rd St Ste 110 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The Fair Housing Act is a law that was designed to protect the Civil Rights of All People in America. It teaches consumers how they can recognize housing discrimination when it occurs, as well as best practices for compliance with this important piece o legislation- all at your local department store! Phone: 18665761968 | URL: http://www.fairhousingrights.org/ | Email: abaumann@fairhousingrights.org | Hours: Irregular - call for details. | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    80. DBHIDS - Network of Neighbors Responding to Violence 1101-11 Market St Ste 700 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Community Health Workers provide trauma-informed healthcare to the community at large, when necessary. They are available 24 hours a day and always on call for your convenience!The team of trained professionals will work alongside leaders in order  to offer technical assistance through group interventions that promote healing spaces where individuals can receive support without judgment or fear from others who have been impacted too deeply by this sortof violence throughout their communities . All Network Interventions are free--you dont need insurance because weve got ya covered ;) Phone: 12672334837 | URL: https://dbhids.org/networkofneighbors | Email: NetworkofNeighbors@phila.gov | Hours: Call for information. Network of Neighbors will work with theCommunity Connector to schedule events. | Application Process: Call or email. | Eligibility Requirements: Available to all neighborhoods in Philadelphia that have beenaffected by violence or trauma in the community. The services areappropriate for community members age 9 and over.
    81. Green Tree School and Services 1196 E Washington Lane Philadelphia, PA 19138
      Provides education and therapeutic services for children with learning, developmental, behavioral, and emotional needs. Phone: (215) 866-0200 | URL: www.gts-s.org | Email: admin@gts-s.org | American Sign Language | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    82. Department of Public Welfare (DPW): Pennsylvania County Assistance Offices 845 Main Street Darby, PA 19023
      List of Assistance offices by county. Includes phone numbers, addresses, and LIHEAP contacts. | URL: http://dhs.pa.gov/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    83. Family Center of Thomas Jefferson Univ: Specialized Program for Pregnant Women 1233 Locust Street 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 955-8577 Intake (215) 955-3792 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    84. Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services: Intellectual Disability Services 701 Market Street 5th Floor, Suite 5200 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      IDS is responsible for planning, administering, monitoring, and coordinating services for people with intellectual disabilities. Registration (215) 685-5900 | URL: https://dbhids.org/my-city-my-place | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Open to all. | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    85. Healing Way 7900 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 335-3520 ext 110 Intake (215) 335-3520 | URL: http://www.thehealingway.net | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    86. Diversified Community Services: Dixon House 1529 S 22nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      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) 336-5505 | URL: http://dcsphila.org/dixon-house | Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-11am
    87. Holy Redeemer Health System - Drueding Center/ Project Rainbow 413 W Master St Philadelphia, PA 19122
      This organization is dedicated to providing safe haven for women and their children. Supportive services include case management, counseling as well school support which helps them get back on track with life by offering educational opportunities that might otherwise be impossible due lack of resources or transportation difficultiesThe Women’s Center provides a number of ways in which we can help those who are experiencing homelessness; whether its just one night stands when they need somewhere temporary until re housing becomes possible again -or longer term solutions such supportive measures like job training programs so mothers have more control over what happens next Phone: 12157691830 | URL: http://www.druedingcenter.org/DruedingCenter/DruedingCenter.aspx | Email: druedingcenter@holyredeemer.com | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Women and children.
    88. 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 | Target Group: Adults, Disabled
    89. Inglis - SDHP - PA Accessible Housing Program (PAHP) 2560 Belmont Ave Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The Home Instead mods Pennsylvania helps people with disabilities to remain in their own homes. Phone: 16108739595 | URL: https://www.inglis.org/programs-and-services/inglis-community-services/self-determination-housing-of-pennsylvania-sdhp | Email: SDHPInfo@inglis.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm | Application Process: Must apply. For more information, please call (610) 873-9595 oremail Beth at beth.mckeown@inglis.org. | Eligibility Requirements: -Income levels must not exceed 120% of area median income (allhousehold income must be verified through properdocumentation).-Priority given to individuals residing in counties not receivingfinancial assistance through other programs.*-Homeowners need pro
    90. Epilepsy Foundation Eastern Pennsylvania 919-21 Walnut St Ste 700 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The mission of this organization is to provide education, support and advocacy for people living with epilepsy as well as their families. They offer programs that cover medical referrals (including mental health), legal issues like custody disputes orEviction mediation when theres an issue over housing safety due illness associated illnesses suchThe spouse/partner Phone: 12156294997 | URL: http://www.efepa.org | Email: efepa@efepa.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Telephone, walk-in, website | Eligibility Requirements: For individuals with epilepsy and their families.
    91. Horizon House: Mental Health Services 120 S 30th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Horizon House mental health services, located in Philadelphia, Chester and Delaware Counties, and the state of Delaware, are comprehensive, integrated and continuous. A pioneer in the field of community-based treatment and rehabilitation, 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. The agency's interdisciplinary teams have the expertise to address a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation issues in a coordinated manner. Decision-making is shared by team members and between the team and the individual receiving the service. This collaborative partnership helps the individual to maximize his or her self-control over the symptoms of the mental illness and to minimize its interference with the person's daily life. Horizon House's integrated approach to treatment and rehabilitation reflects the person-first philosophy and is oriented towards recovery. Recovery can include gaining a sense of meaning to life, a positive self-image, being able to form meaningful relationships and learning to live independently. The recovery approach practiced by Horizon House is comprised of three elements: Treatment planning and services that assist the individual with managing and reducing the symptoms of the illness; rehabilitation activities that help him or her learn or improve the skills required to live, work and learn in the community; and coordination and development of community supports to connect the individual to essential services. Phone: (215) 386-3838 | URL: www.hhinc.org | Email: Horizon.House@hhinc.org | Spanish | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm | Target Group: MH, D&A | Fees: sliding fee scale | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: ADA stairs, elevators, corridor, restroom | Transportation: Septa, Logisticare
    92. Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia 5501 Old York Road Philadelphia, PA 19141
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 456-7890 Intake (215) 456-3209 | URL: http://www.einstein.edu | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    93. JEVS Human Services - Supports Coordination - Nursing Home Transition 2770 Red Lion Rd Philadelphia, PA 19154
      The Nursing Home Transition provides financial support and coordination for individuals who desire to make the transition from living in a nursing home to again reside on their own two feet. They can rely upon our qualified coordinator as they set out towards finding housing, planning your move, or even returning back into an existing residence that is already readymade up just waiting by you! | Application Process: Call for information
    94. Fair Housing Rights Center - Complaint Resolution 444 N 3rd St Ste 110 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Assists those who have a complaint of housing discrimination basedon race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability,familial status (having children), or age (over 40). Phone: 18665761968 | URL: http://www.fairhousingrights.org/ | Email: abaumann@fairhousingrights.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 8:00pm | Application Process: Call 215-625-0700 Ext. 17 for assistance. | Eligibility Requirements: Housing discrimination complaints must meet standards under thefederal Fair Housing Act or the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act.
    95. Intercommunity Action - Housing Counseling Services at Journey's Way 403 Rector St Philadelphia, PA 19128
      At our agency, we offer a variety of services to help you find suitable and affordable housing as well as access utility benefits like programs. Our team is available for any questions or concerns regarding your situation! Phone: 12154871750 | URL: http://www.intercommunityaction.org/aging-services/housing-services/housing-counseling | Email: acole@intercommunityaction.org | Hours: Counseling by appointment only. Administrative hours: Mondaythrough Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Ages 55+.
    96. Fairmount Behavioral Health System: Behavioral Health Services 561 Fairthorne Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Provides mental health treatment services. Phone: (215) 487-4000 Intake (215) 487-4100 | URL: http://www.fairmountbhs.com/ | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    97. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health: Walk In Clinic 112 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 568-0860 ext 3352 Intake (215) 568-0860 Intake (215) 568-0860 ext 3349 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    98. Fairmount Behavioral Health System 561 Fairthorne Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Located on a beautiful 27-acre wooded campus, Fairmount Behavioral Health System is one of the largest freestanding behavioral health hospitals in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Fairmount is a private 239-bed behavioral health facility that specializes in treatment for children, adolescents and adults. We provide acute inpatient psychiatric, residential drug/alcohol detoxification and rehabilitation and acute partial hospitalization programs. We are now offering Gender-Responsive and Trauma-Informed Treatment for Adolescent Girls and Adult Women. For 90 years, Fairmount has been a major regional resource for individuals experiencing psychiatric, behavioral or addiction issues. Phone: (215) 487-4000 ext 4000 Intake (215) 487-4100 | URL: http://www.fairmountbhs.com | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    99. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health Center 112 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 568-0860 Intake (215) 568-0860 ext 3342 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | Hours: please call for hours of Operation
    100. 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
    101. Kensington Hospital: Addiction Services 136 W Diamond Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 426-8100 ext 6343 Intake (215) 426-8100 ext 6005 Intake (215) 426-8100 x6020 | URL: http://www.kensingtonhospital.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    102. Families Forward Philadelphia - Permanent Housing 111 N 49th St Philadelphia, PA 19139
      These two non-profit organizations provide permanent supportive housing for persons with medical disabilities andRSVP, which serves chronically homeless families. Both offer intensive weekly case management services as well monthly workshops to help those they serve achieve independent living through Education & Training programs in job skills development or mental health treatment methods such a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).The mission statement at Bethesda House reads: We heal hearts not just bodies. With this goal firmly imbedded into our culture here we go around making sure that every person who walks through these doors gets more than just physical healing but also emotional peace because if there’s one thing Phone: 12157477770 | URL: http://familiesforwardphilly.org | Email: wmaster@familiesforwardphilly.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    103. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health Center: Centro de Servicios para Hispanos 2742-44 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 427-3400 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | Hours: please call for hours of Operation
    104. Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Services: GPASS SAFE 4943 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Promotes individual and community empowerment by providing quality social services and health programs for all residents of Philadelphia. Phone: (215) 456-1662 | URL: http://www.gpasspa.org | Chinese | Creole | Korean | Polish | Russian | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    105. Mazzoni Center 809 Locust 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 ext 257 | URL: www.mazzonicenter.org | Application Process: Please call for information.
    106. Friends Rehabilitation Program - Affordable Rental Housing 704-6 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides affordable rental housing to low income households,individuals with special needs, and seniors. Units range fromefficiencies, 1-5 bedroom apartments, to single rooms in sharedhousing. Phone: 12158258800 | URL: http://friends-frp.com/affordable-housing/ | Email: csmith@frpinc.org
    107. Kensington Hospital: Methadone Maintenance Program/OP 2100 N Front Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 426-8100 ext 7001 Intake (215) 426-8100 ext 6005 Intake (215) 426-8100 ext 7002 | URL: http://kensingtonhospital.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    108. Hall Mercer CMHC: Department of Psychiatry 245 S 8th Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Provides individual counseling. Phone: (215) 829-7271 Intake (215) 829-3461 Intake (215) 829-5554 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/hallmercer/ | Chinese | Vietnamese | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    109. Merakey Parkside Recovery 5000 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 879-6116 ext 229 Intake (215) 879-6116 Intake 1-866-647-0007 | URL: http://www.merakey.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    110. Gaudenzia Inc: Outreach II 39 E Schoolhouse Lane Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 849-7200 ext 2481 Intake (215) 849-7200 | URL: http://www.gaudenzia.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    111. Lasalle Neighborhood Nursing Center 1900 W 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 | Application Process: Please call for information.
    112. HIAS Pennsylvania - Asylee Outreach Project 600 Chestnut St Ste 500B Philadelphia, PA 19106
      The Legal Action Center is here to help you with your asylum case. We provide referrals, job training and other benefits so that those granted will be able reach their potential in the United States! This experience has been really difficult for me but Im glad theres somewhere like The legal action center who can make it easier, said 27-year old Francisco after he was given temporary protected status last year because his mom didnt have enough documents proving she wasn’t applying anymore due her illegal situation at home country. If anyone deserves success its him; maybe one day soon well see this talented man become an American citizen too!? Phone: 12158320900 | URL: http://www.hiaspa.org | Email: info@hiaspa.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Please call or text (833) 344 2772. | Eligibility Requirements: Those granted asylum. Services are generallytargeted to families and individuals who have an annual income ofless than 187.5% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
    113. North City Congress - In-Home Support Program 1438 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides short-term assistance and on-going basic support for olderadults 60+ who may need a little extra help to continue to live intheir home independently. Services may include:- Assistance with applying for benefits and entitlements- Housing and utility advocacy- Adaptive equipment- Minor home repairs- Home delivered meals- Companionship- Transportation to medical appointments Phone: 12159781300 | URL: http://north-city.org/ | Email: info@north-city.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    114. GEO Erie Outpatient 3768 L Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides individual counseling. Phone: (215) 744-9601 ext 110 Intake (215) 744-9601 ext 101 | URL: http://www.geogroup.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    115. Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center at University of Pennsylvania 3907-15 Spruce St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center is committed to enriching the experiences and successes of all students, regardless if they are LGBTQ+ or not. They do this by providing education about what it means to be someone in our community with diverse backgrounds; offering support through programs that give beginners resources on how best handle personal185 issues related toward identity exploration while still having an open line for anybody who needs somebody’s perspective outside their own life experience (i e., psychology); advocating so others know theres somewhere besides campus grounds where people will listen when things get too much - which ultimately creates a climate freefrom any formof discrimination because everyone has Phone: 12158985044 | URL: http://www.vpul.upenn.edu/lgbtc/ | Email: center@dolphin.upenn.edu | Hours: Academic Year: Monday through Thursday, 10:00am to 10:00pm; Friday,10:00am to 5:00pm; Saturday, 12:00pm to 6:00pm; Sunday, 12:00pm to8:00pm Summer Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 5:00pm
    116. HIAS Pennsylvania - Refugee Resettlement and Integration Services 600 Chestnut St Ste 500B Philadelphia, PA 19106
      The Jewish Agency for overseas Jews and their descendants find safety in numbers with assistance from this organization.This group helps new refugees by providing them financial support as well intensive case management so they can thrive once again on these shores or elsewhere across our globe! Phone: 12158320900 | URL: http://www.hiaspa.org | Email: info@hiaspa.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: To access services, call during intake hours on Wednesdays from9:30am to 12:00pm and Thursdays from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at215-832-0900. | Eligibility Requirements: Refugees
    117. Northeast Victim Service - Victim Assistance 16 Old Ashton Rd Ste 5 Philadelphia, PA 19152
      Northeast Victim Service is a non-profit agency that provides free civilrights to crime victims. We have dedicated advocates who are experts at understanding your needs and helping you find the best assistance available for any situation, whether its making sure police follow up on their investigation or applying with federal agencies like Crime Victims Compensation Program (CVC)? You deserve every opportunity along this journey so dont hesitate! Give us call today Phone: 12153323888 | URL: http://www.nevs.org | Email: office@nevs.org | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-332-3888 or visit ourwebsite at http://www.nevs.org
    118. Heart of Recovery 3864 Conshohocken Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Intake, Evaluation, and Referral Services available. They also help to find recovery Housing for Males/Females with Mental Health and co-occurring services. Phone: (267) 271-6527 | Email: frank.taylor53@aol.com | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults | ADAAccess: N/A | Transportation: None provided
    119. Lutheran Settlement House - Jane Addams Place Emergency Homeless Shelter 1007 W Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      For up to 29 women and men with children living on site, providesclinical case management, housing placement, activities andservices for youth, and referrals to additional treatment and careprograms. Residents also receive medical and dental care. Phone: 12153872587 | Email: jcollazo@lshphilly.org | Hours: Program hours vary, call for more information. | Application Process: Jane Addams Place intake is done through the Office of SupportiveHousing at 1430 Cherry Street. | Eligibility Requirements: Homeless families in Philadelphia.
    120. Homeless Advocacy Project 1429 Walnut St Fl 15 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Legal Services program provides free civil legal services to those who are experiencinghomelessness or at risk of becoming homeless in Philadelphia. The areas  of assistance include: establishing eligibility for benefits programs such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families(TANF) medical care and food stamps (SNAP). We also help veterans receive compensation through their claims process when theyre unable work due injury/disability; we can upgrade discharge characterization forms so you dont lose your VA pension if eligible! Our attorneys enforce custody rights which is crucial because often times there isn’t enough communication happening between parents involved with raising children alone Phone: 12155239595 | URL: http://homelessadvocacyproject.org/index.php | Email: info@haplegal.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 5:00pm Friday emergencies only 9:00am to 3:00pm | Application Process: Call for most current intake information and legal clinichours/locations. During pandemic, individuals can also complete andsubmit request for legal help form on .HAP continues robust SOAR referral process. Please indicate whenyou contact HAP whether you are a veteran. | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphians experiencing homelessness or at risk of becominghomeless.
    121. Partnership For Community Supports - Support Coordination 9360 Ashton Rd Philadelphia, PA 19114
      What is a case manager? A professional knot-maker who helps people with the difficultly making knots. The person needs to have some kind of vulnerability or need so that they can be helped, and its important for them not just give up when nothing seems right because then no onell want help either! Case managers are usually very experienced in what their doing which means you know your going into an interview situation if there ever was one - but this isnt really necessary considering how much knowledge these guys already show off by just being themselves around others while still monitoring everything closely enough without Phone: 12673504500 | URL: http://www.pfcsupports.org
    122. Help Philadelphia - Lural Lee Blevin Veterans Center & Help Philadelphia V Veterans Housing 845 N 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      37 apartments for low-income seniors with a preference forveterans. Twelve of the housing units are for homeless veterans.The Veterans Center also offers on-site services by HELP USA, likehealthcare, counseling, and employment opportunities. Phone: 12124007000 | URL: http://www.helpusa.org/ | Hours: Please Call | Application Process: Please call for more information.
    123. 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/ | Target Group: Youth
    124. Homeownership & Home Repair Programs by Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia 1829-31 N 19th St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Were passionate about helping low-income individuals achieve the American Dream - owning their home. Thats why we offer a variety of housing and rehabilitation services that will help you become or remain in your own property, secure from financial insecurity for generations! Phone: 12157656000 | URL: http://www.habitatphiladelphia.org | Email: family@habitatphiladelphia.org | Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: First step is registering your interest for services on the | Eligibility Requirements: HOMEOWNERSHIP: Must meet income guidelines, have fair credit, aminimal level of debt, and be willing and able to perform 125 hoursminimum of sweat equity + homeownership education within 8months.REPAIR SERVICE: Must be owner-occupied housing within the city ofPhiladelphia, current on property taxes (or in payment plan), clear& present title to home in your name; or otherwise a landlord inpartnership with Habitat to offer subsidized repairs to long-termtenant population of low-income families/individuals.
    125. 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 | Target Group: Children, Youth, Adolescents | Application Process: Please call for information.
    126. HIAS Pennsylvania - Citizenship Application Assistance and Classes 600 Chestnut St Ste 500B Philadelphia, PA 19106
      helping the most vulnerable in societyThis organization is dedicated to fulfilling its mission of providing citizenship applications for elderly and/or refugees who are unable assistance on their own. Phone: 12158320900 | URL: http://www.hiaspa.org | Email: info@hiaspa.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: To access services, call during intake hours on Wednesdays from9:30am to 12:00pm and Thursdays from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at215-832-0900. | Eligibility Requirements: Services are generally targeted to families and individuals whohave an annual income of less than 187.5% of the Federal PovertyGuidelines. HIAS also focuses on serving immigrants who: refugees,domestic violence survivors, victims of crimes, elderly anddisabled and immigrant youth.
    127. Mazzoni Center - Legal Services 1348 Bainbridge St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Jersey Shore Legal Services is the only program in Pennsylvania that provides free or low-cost legal advice and assistance to LGBTQ people on issues related to their identity, with an emphasison helping lower income neighborhoods. They offer family law services such as wills & powers of attorneys; discrimination& harassment name change applications along public policy consultations which are all available at no cost! Phone: 12155630657 | URL: http://www.mazzonicenter.org | Email: communications@mazzonicenter.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    128. Horizon House Inc: BHS Philadelphia County 120 S 30th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides Outpatient Psychiatric care. Phone: (215) 386-3838 Intake (215) 386-3838 ext 12503 | URL: http://www.hhinc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    129. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare: General Helpline 1303 N 7th Street Harrisburg, PA 17110
      Provides cash assistance, medical assistance, and energy assistance. Phone: (800) 692-7462 | URL: http://dhs.pa.gov/ | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    130. HIAS Pennsylvania - Philadelphia Partnership for Resilience 600 Chestnut St Ste 500B Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Provides case management, health care and legal aid to survivors oftorture in Philadelphia and the 5 County area. HIAS Pennsylvaniaprovides immigration legal assistance in the partnership. Phone: 12158320900 | URL: http://www.hiaspa.org | Email: info@hiaspa.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: To access services, call during intake hours on Wednesdays from9:30am to 12:00pm and Thursdays from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at215-832-0900. | Eligibility Requirements: Survivors of torture
    131. Merakey Parkside Recovery: Knights Road 11082 Knights Road Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 632-9040 ext 190 Intake (215) 632-9040 ext 234 Intake 1-866-647-0007 | URL: http://www.merakey.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    132. Horizon House Therapeutic: Susquehanna Park Residential Comm 2137 N 33rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides Outpatient Psychiatric care. Phone: (215) 765-8051 ext 149 Intake (215) 765-8051 ext 101 | URL: http://www.hhinc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    133. Pennsylvania SeniorLaw HelpLine - Legal Information 1650 Arch St Ste 1820 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The agency offers free legal advice to Pennsylvania seniors with various needs. They provide information about housing, family law problems and other civil issues which may arise in ones life span Phone: 12159881244 | URL: http://seniorlawcenter.org | Email: info@seniorlawcenter.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 10:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call and leave a message; Calls are returned by intake staff andthe senior is scheduled for a telephone call from an attorney. | Eligibility Requirements: Open to PA residents 60 years of age and over
    134. Hispanic Association of Contractors and Enterprises - Housing Counseling 167 W Allegheny Ave Ste 200 Philadelphia, PA 19140
      HACEs Housing counseling program offers professional housing services to residents of Eastern North Philadelphia. The goal is for families requiring these support systems, and furthermore an organizational core program in working with tenants or homeowners from Hace development projects who are looking toward achieving the dream of owning their own home while also providing employment opportunities along side it as part our economic dev elopment activities . Services provided include Phone: 12154268025 | URL: http://hacecdc.org/ | Email: mgonzalez@hacecdc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: For additional information, please call (215) 426-8025 or visit ourwebsite at http://hacecdc.org | Eligibility Requirements: For additional information, please call (215) 426-8025
    135. Mt. Airy USA - Housing Counseling 6703 Germantown Ave Ste 200 Philadelphia, PA 19119
      The organization offers housing counseling services to first-time, low and moderate income homebuyers. Phone: 12158446021 | URL: http://www.mtairyusa.org | Email: info@mtairyusa.org
    136. Impact Services Corporation - Veterans Services 1952 E Allegheny Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The purpose of this organization is to provide supportive transitional and permanent housing for homeless veterans. They also serve those with dual diagnoses (mental health + drug/alcohol addiction), so that they can live in an environment where there are professionals who know how best help them heal from their struggles Phone: 12157391600 | URL: http://www.impactservices.org/ | Email: info@impactservices.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Application for housing can be found | Eligibility Requirements: Homeless veterans
    137. Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence - Court Advocates 1617 John F Kennedy Blvd Ste 800 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Court Advocates are there to help you at every stage of your case, whether it be in the courtroom or outside of court. They provide emotional support and legal information as well as advocacy for survivors who have experienced sexual abuse during all stages including but not limited too: accompaniment when giving testimony; assistance with counseling referrals if needed - were always here 24/7! Phone: (215) 985-3315 | URL: http://www.woar.org | Email: info@woar.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Please call for additional information. | Eligibility Requirements: Please call for additional information.
    138. Intercultural Family Services - Housing Counseling Program 4225-31 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The comprehensive service package is a must-have for residential landlords who want to avoid the headache of dealing with potential tenants. From early screening and intake, right through post purchase counseling this company ensures that they are always one step ahead in protecting your assets while maximizing income potential by providing quality rentals without any headaches or delays! Phone: 12153861298 | URL: http://www.ifsinc.org | Email: ceo@ifsinc.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    139. New Kensington Community Development Corporation - Housing Counseling 2771-77 Ruth St Ste 1 Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The North Kansas City Convention Center has a team of HUD-certified housing counselors who can provide free service that includes: first time home buyer counseling, foreclosure prevention and rental assistance for those in need.NKCDC also offers tax credits to lower your monthly payments on mortgage or rent bill as well as utility rebates which means you wont have pay anything extra than whats agreed upon when renting/buying property at present! In addition we connect people with affordable repairs if theyre having trouble making ends meet financially Phone: 12154271302 | URL: http://www.nkcdc.org | Email: info@nkcdc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call or email for more information andintake | Eligibility Requirements: Open to any resident of Philadelphia
    140. Intercommunity Action - Community Hospital Integration Program 6012 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19128
      A program that offers older adults with serious and persistent mental illness the opportunity to experience life outside of hospitals through recreationally based activities. Renewal services focus on developing plans for individualized leisure time, which may include yoga sessions or visits from friends as well- one plan per client is created in order make sure they are getting all their needs met while still being active! Phone: (215) 487-1330 | URL: http://www.intercommunityaction.org | Email: lfosterpage@intercommunityaction.org | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Older adults
    141. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Hill District 301 E Chelten Avenue 3rd Floor 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    142. Jefferson Outreach Program: Department of Psychiatry 833 Chestnut Street E Suite 210-E Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Offers personal solutions to adults seeking to overcome addiction. Phone: (215) 503-2823 Intake (215) 955-8856 | URL: http://www.jefferson.edu/university/jmc/departments/psychiatry/clinical/programs.html | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    143. New Pathways Project 2539 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19133
      New Pathways Project is a community-based recovery support program. The project serve adult men and women throughout the City seeking help with addiction-related problems who primarily MA recipients or are in the process of attaining medical assistance. The New Pathways Project, funded by the Office of Addictions Services, is designed to support individuals in a recovery community of their peers, through skill building, health promotion, recreational activities, and family reunification. New Pathways Project (215) 225-5800 , Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm | Email: sthigpen@phmc.or | Spanish | Target Group: Women
    144. Interim House Inc 333 W Upsal Street Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Services include: Non-hospital Drug and Alcohol, Partial Drug and Alcohol, Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 849-4606 ext 6617 Intake (215) 849-4606 ext 6602 Intake (215) 849-4606 x6607 | URL: http://www.interimhouse.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    145. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Lehigh District 2701 N Broad Street 4th Floor 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    146. JEVS Human Services - Supports Coordination 2770 Red Lion Rd Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provided for adults 18 years of age or older who have a disabilitythat will last for over a year a dedicated supports coordinatorwill help individuals create a personalized care plan to help themstay in their own homes, go to work, attend school, and participatemore fully in the community. Phone: 18006107910 | URL: http://www.jevshumanservices.org | Email: info@jevs.org | Application Process: Call for further information.
    147. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Case Management 4641 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides behavioral health and behavioral health management services. Phone: (215) 831-2897 Phone: (215) 831-2941 | URL: www.neccbh.org/blended-case-management/ | Email: info@neccbh.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    148. Interim House West Inc: Public Health Management Corporation 4108 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Phone: (215) 871-0300 | URL: http://www.phmc.org | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    149. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: North District 219 E Lehigh Avenue 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    150. John F Kennedy Behavioral Health: Medication Assisted Treatment: 907 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 235-5520 | URL: http://www.jfkbhc.org | German | Hebrew | Arabic | Vietnamese | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    151. Northeast Treatment Centers: Frankford 4625 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 451-7100 | URL: http://www.netcenters.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    152. Jefferson Outpatient Program 1021 S 21st Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Offers personal solutions to adults seeking to overcome addiction. Phone: (215) 890-6277 Intake (215) 890-6273 ext 262 Intake (215) 890-6277 ext 262 | URL: http://www.jefferson.edu/university/jmc/departments/psychiatry/clinical/programs.html | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: please call for hours of operation
    153. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Nursing Home District 4601 Market Street Ground Floor 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    154. Kirkbride Center - Residential Rehabilitation with Suboxone Maintenance 111 N 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. Phone: (215) 471-2600 Intake (215) 471-2078 Intake (215) 471-2488 | URL: http://www.kirkbridecenter.com | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: 24/7
    155. Northeast Treatment Centers: Wharton Center Residential Rehab 2205 Bridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Provides residential recovery program for chemically dependent men and Co-occurring Disorders Program. Phone: (215) 451-7000 Intake (215) 288-5490 Intake (215) 289-3350 | URL: http://www.netcenters.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    156. Korean Community Development Services Center - Adult Programs 6055 N 5th St Philadelphia, PA 19120
      The literacy and citizenship education has been the top priorityprogram for the agency because the primary mission of the agency isto provide assistance for recently arrived immigrants and refugeeswith cultural and language barriers so that they can overcome thebarriers and become self-reliant. The program has been funded bythe Pennsylvania Department of Education for the past fifteenyears. Over 300 adults and elderly participate in the programannually. Phone: 12152768830 | URL: http://www.koreancenter.org | Email: jhy@koreancenter.org | Application Process: Contact us for complete information.
    157. Philadelphia Legal Assistance - Guild Food Stamp Clinic - Food Stamp Advocacy 42 S 15th St Fl 4 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Were here to help you get your food stamps back! We work with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and our student staff are ready when it comes time for them.In addition, we also have more than 20 years experience working on these types cases as well so dont hesitate - just give us call today at (name) __________ Phone: 12155239502 | URL: http://www.law.upenn.edu/probonoprojects/foodstamp/ | Email: foodstamps@law.upenn.edu | Hours: Hours vary, call for information. | Application Process: Call for intake | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals seeking to obtain/maintain food stamp benefits.
    158. 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
    159. Northeast Victim Service - Community Education 16 Old Ashton Rd Ste 5 Philadelphia, PA 19152
      Northeast Victim Service has been helping the victims and witnessesof crime in Northeast Philadelphia since 1992. We have aresponsibility to explain victims’ rights and services within ourcommunity. We welcome the opportunity to participate in communityevents and civic forums. Please contact Northeast Victim Serviceabout public presentations of your rights and our services. Phone: 12153323888 | URL: http://www.nevs.org | Email: office@nevs.org | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-332-3888 or visit ourwebsite at http://www.nevs.org
    160. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Eastern PA Chapter 100 N 20th St Ste 405 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The American Association of Blood Cancer ResearchSupport and Education (AABCORE) is the worlds largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education programs for patients about this disease as well their services. Phone: 16102380360 | URL: http://www.lls.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Telephone, internet, walk-in | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals with blood related cancers, their families and thehealthcare community
    161. Philadelphia VA Medical Center (PVAMC): Opioid Treatment Program 3900 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 823-5809 Intake (215) 823-4070 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    162. Mazzoni Center: Behavioral Health Services 1348 Bainbridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 563-0652 ext 248 | URL: http://www.mazzonicenter.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    163. Northwest Counseling Services - Real Estate and Housing 6521-23 N Broad St Fl 1 Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Housing counselors are essential to the housing industry because they help consumers make informed decisions about their future homes. They provide real estate and mortgage counseling services, as well as expert advice on all things related with buying or renting property from pre-purchase inspections through post occupancy follow up mmisease prevention measures like steer clear of predators who want nothing more than your hard earned money without providing any benefits in return! Phone: 12153247500 | URL: http://www.nwcsinc.org | Email: nwcs@erols.com | Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 am -5:00 pm | Application Process: Call to set up appointment.
    164. Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA - PEER NET 2709 N Broad Street 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Services and programs provide vital information and social and vocational supports to child, adolescent, and adult consumers of mental health services and their families. Phone: (267) 507-3473 | URL: www.mhasp.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    165. 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 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Philadelphia-Welfare-Rights-Organization/158812627484937 | Target Group: Adults
    166. Men and Women for Human Excellence 2603 Cecil B Moore Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides Substance Abuse and Mental Health Outpatient Services. Phone: (215) 769-7045 | URL: www.mwfhe.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    167. PAAN - Community Crisis Intervention Program (CCIP)
      This organization combats violence by intervening where the most prevalent forms of it are found, works to provide those involved in criminal activities with positive alternatives and responds when crisis strikes. Phone: 12159400550 | URL: https://www.paan1989.org/ | Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: 9:00am - 8:00pm Thursday and Friday: 9:00am - 4:00am Saturday and Sunday: 3:00pm - 12:00am | Application Process: Call the office. Leave a message outside hours; calls returned within 8 hours. | Eligibility Requirements: Serves all Philadelphia residents.
    168. Merakey Behavioral Health 27 E Mount Airy Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19119
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 248-6700 | URL: http://www.merakey.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    169. 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
    170. Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA - ACCESS PET/ICM 5070 Parkside Avenue Suite 2300 Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Services and programs provide vital information and social and vocational supports to child, adolescent, and adult consumers of mental health services and their families. Phone: (215) 477-8091 | URL: www.mhasp.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    171. Penn Presbyterian Medical Center: Inpatient Substance Use Treatment 51 N 39th Street Wright Saunders Building, 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Primary Focus: Mix of mental health and substance abuse services . Services Provided: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification Type of Care: Hospital inpatient, Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment Special Programs/Groups: Women. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 662-8884 Intake (215) 662-8283 Intake (215) 662-8747 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/recovery | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    172. My Sisters Place: Thomas Jefferson University 1239 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 763-1020 Intake (215) 955-3792 | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    173. Providence Treatment 1528 Walnut Street Suite 1410 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (484) 445-4145 | URL: http://www.providencetreatment.com | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    174. Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA - SHARE PET/ICM 1211 Chestnut Street 11th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Services and programs provide vital information and social and vocational supports to child, adolescent, and adult consumers of mental health services and their families. Phone: (215) 477-8091 | URL: www.mhasp.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    175. Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission - Philadelphia - Discrimination Assistance 110 N 8th St Ste 501 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The department of human resources is responsible for receiving and processing complaints about discrimination, including but not limited to employment-related issues. In addition family status has been recognized as a protected class in housing settings so this area will be discussed here too! Phone: 12155602496 | URL: http://www.phrc.pa.gov | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: By appointment, telephone, website | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals with employment discrimination problems
    176. Norris Square Community Alliance - Housing Counseling 174 Diamond St Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Housing counseling is the process of helping people find and maintain safe, affordable living quarters.Frequently Asked Questions about Housing Counseling: Q & A for Homeowners/Renters Phone: 12676786021 | URL: https://nscaonline.org/ | Email: info@nscaphila.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Laters hours may beavailable by appointment. | Application Process: Call or email to receive a form for intake. | Eligibility Requirements: Anybody from the neighborhood or surrounding areas can access theseservices.
    177. Resources for Human Development: Morris Home 5037 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides individual counseling. Phone: (215) 729-3045 | URL: http://www.rhd.org/morrishome | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    178. Merakey: Parkside Recovery-Germantown 5429 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides substance abuse treatment services. Phone: (215) 754-0240 ext 207 Intake (215) 754-0240 ext 165 Intake 1-866-647-0007 | URL: http://www.merakey.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    179. Philadelphia Access Center - On Site Social Worker 1832 S 11th St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      When youre in a jam and need some help, we can point out what resources exist to getyour life on track. We work with clients who are looking for employment or legal advice; our case managers will refer them  to an appropriate service provider that meets their specific needs​ . Phone: 12153891985 | URL: http://www.philaccess.org/ | Email: pacinfo@philaccess.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 3:00pm Friday, 9:00am to 12:30pm | Application Process: You can call , email or fill out form found at the bottom of to schedule an appointment. | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of Philadelphia
    180. North City Congress - North Broad Street Senior Center 1438 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The camp has so many different activities going on all at once! You can sign up for cooking classes, exercise programs or even computer training. The list goes on and theres always something new happening in this ever changing world of social work support services that will be sure to keep you busy until retirement age comes knocking (or if your kids grow out old enough). Phone: 12159781300 | URL: http://north-city.org/ | Email: info@north-city.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call for information.
    181. SPAN (Suicide Prevention Awareness Network)
      Dedicated to preventing suicide through public education, awareness, community action, federal, state and local advocacy. Phone: 1-888-333-AFSP (2377) | URL: www.spanusa.org
    182. Northeast Community Center for Behavioral Health - Blended Case Management 4641 Roosevelt Blvd The Orleans Building Philadelphia, PA 19124
      This page provides a list of all the services available to you. These include, but are not limited too: housing assistance; transportation solutions (such as car loans) depending on your needs and preference for how best they can help resolve any legal issues that arise during this time period while also engaging in therapy or drug/alcohol treatment programs if necessary so please ask us about what we have going right now! Well try our absolute hardest at getting everything taken care immediately upon request without delay whatsoever - theres nothing more important than someone who cares Phone: (215) 831-2800 | URL: http://www.neccbh.org | Email: info@neccbh.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Application Process: To schedule an appointment call . | Eligibility Requirements: Provides case management services to those receiving treatment formental health issues
    183. Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence - Women Organized Against Rape 1617 JOHN F KENNEDY Boulevard ONE PENN CENTER, Suburban Station, Suite 1100 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      WOAR provides: Individual counseling and support groups for victims of sexual assault and their families, 24 hour Hotline -- (215) 985-3333, Hospital accompaniment, Court accompaniment, Educational programs about sexual assault and its prevention for the professional community and the general public, Latino and Asian outreach programs. Provides counseling and support to victims of sexual assault receiving treatment in the emergency room of Episcopal and Jefferson hospitals. Phone: (215) 985-3315 | URL: www.woar.org | Email: info@woar.org | Spanish | TDD Capability | Cambodian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults, Children, Adolescents | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    184. Northeast Treatment Centers: Mental Health Services 499 N 5th Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides Inpatient Behavioral Health services. Phone: (215) 408-4944 Intake (215) 408-4980 | URL: http://net-centers.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    185. Therapeutic Center at Fox Chase: DBA The Bridge 1100 Adams Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Provides residential substance abuse disorder treatment services. Phone: (215) 342-5000 Intake (215) 342-5000 ext 7424 Intake (215) 342-5000 ext 7425 | URL: http://www.thebridgephiladelphia.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    186. Northeast Treatment Centers 7520 State Road Philadelphia, PA 19136
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (267) 348-3550 Intake (267) 348-3580 | URL: http://netcenters.org | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    187. Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation - Housing Counseling - Philadelphia; Chinatown 1001 Vine St Fl 2 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The PCDC is committed to helping individuals and families gain the knowledge necessaryto make informed decisions about their future home purchase or sale. One way they do this is by offering affordable, informative workshops on topics such as weatherization services for homes of all ages; property tax assistance that can help reduce ones monthly payments through charitable donations programming  with local governments across North Carolina who need your financial support most - especially during these tough economic times! Dont wait any longer: sign up today so you don’t miss out Phone: 12159226156 | URL: http://www.chinatown-pcdc.org | Email: info@chinatown-pcdc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:30 am to 6:00 pm | Application Process: Please call to make an appointment or to inquire walk in hours. | Eligibility Requirements: PCDC serves low-to-moderate income individuals living in thegreater Philadelphia region, and New Jersey.
    188. Northeast Treatment Centers: NET STEPS 2205 Bridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. 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) 831-6039 Intake (215) 743-6150 Intake (215) 831-6035 | URL: http://www.netcenters.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    189. Total Recovery at Penn Medicine 4040 Market Street 2nd Floor, Suites 200 and 220 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 662-8747 Intake (215) 662-8724 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/recovery | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    190. NORTH 1300 W Lehigh Avenue 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: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
    191. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Delancey District 5740 Market Street Suite 2 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    192. North Philadelphia Health Systems: Miracles in Progress 801 W Girard Avenue GMC Building Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 787-2313 Intake (215) 787-2407 | URL: http://www.nphs.com | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    193. TURN (Tenant Union Representative Network) - Childhood Lead Prevention Program 100 S Broad St Fl 8 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The Lead Outreach Program is here to help you! They offer free lead inspections, advocacy for tenants who are having difficulties getting the hazardous material removed from their homes and information on how they can get care for children poisoned by this dangerous substance. Phone: 12159403900 | URL: https://rturn.net/ | Email: phil.lord@ourturn.net | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call 215-940-3900 for more information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    194. North Philadelphia Health System: DD/FI 801 W Girard Avenue GMC Building, 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides outpatient Drug and Alcohol treatment. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 787-2000 | URL: www.nphs.com/ | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    195. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Federal District 1334 Bainbridge Street 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Email: contactus@philabundance.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    196. Northwest Victim Services - Crime Victim/Witness Support 6032 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The victims services unit is the first call for any crime in progress. They provide assistance with filing for compensation, referrals to social service agencies and Case Status Information to victims of crimes committed throughout Licking County as well as their family members concerned about someone who may be suffering from emotional trauma following such an event or incident! Phone: 12154384410 | URL: http://northwestvictimservices.org/ | Email: mpn@northwestvictimservices.org | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-438-4410 or . Youcan also email mpn@northwestvictimservices.org | Eligibility Requirements: Crime victims and witnesses in the 5th, 14th, 35th, and 39th policedistricts
    197. United Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Benefits Access Center 2029 S 8th St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      This program offers emergency utilities and weatherization needs to help families in need. They also address budgeting concerns, especially when it comes time for you fill out an application form or give feedback about their services on the phone! The counselors will screen people who call into this line looking at Medicaid benefits as well TANF- State Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Limited Income Home Energy Programme(LIHEA Phone: 12154681645 | URL: http://www.ucsep.org | Email: intake@ucsep.org | Hours: Walk-in: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 10:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call 215-468-1645, ext. 7200 for further details. | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia residents
    198. PathWays PA: Financial Assistance 4414 Chestnut Street 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://pathwayspa.org/ | Email: ffranchi@pathwayspa.org | Target Group: Adults
    199. Philadelphia County Assistance Office - General Information 801 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Pennsylvania has a long history of providing assistance and other services to those in need. You can apply for these benefits at your local county office or online using COMPASS, which is an interactive system where caseworkers are also available 24 hours per day should you have any questions about how it works! Phone: 12155607226 | URL: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/CAO-Contact.aspx | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm | Application Process: Individuals may call the County Assistance Headquarters to obtainassistance in applying for benefits. The staff will also be able toassist individuals in determining the branch office for their areain which they live. You may also call the statewide toll free number at to find out which branch officethat serves your home address. A list of branch offices is available at the of thePennsylvania Department of Human Services website. You can apply for benefits online at . | Eligibility Requirements: Pennsylvania residents who may be eligible for benefits are welcometo contact the office for additional information.
    200. Office of Housing and Community Development 1234 Market Street 17th Floor 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
    201. Universal Companies - Adult and Family Services 1427 Catharine St Fl 4 Philadelphia, PA 19146
      We provide a range of services to support you through your case, from information and referral up until the point where we cant continue because its too much for one person. Phone: 12157326518 | URL: http://www.universalcompanies.org | Email: info@universalcompanies.org
    202. Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation - Family Support Services - Philadelphia; Chinatown 1001 Vine St Fl 2 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Social service enrollment and renewal, including but not limitedto: Medicaid, LIHEAP, PA-1000, PECO CAP, phone assistance programs,senior citizen water bill discount, SNAP and VITA. Phone: 12159226156 | URL: http://www.chinatown-pcdc.org | Email: info@chinatown-pcdc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Food Pantry: Fridays, 11:00am to 2:00pm | Application Process: Please call and make an appointment or to see if walk in hours areavailable for this service and for specific information ondocumentation required for service. | Eligibility Requirements: PCDC serves low-to-moderate income individuals living in thegreater Philadelphia region, and New Jersey.
    203. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: West District 260 S Broad Street 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Target Group: Adults
    204. Pathways to Recovery: PHMC 2301 E Allegheny Avenue 2nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19134
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 731-2402 | URL: http://www.phmc.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    205. William Way LGBTQ 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 | Target Group: LGBTQ
    206. Philadelphia Coalition of Community Behavioral Health 1218 Chestnut Street Suite 705 Philadelphia, PA 19107 245 S 8th Street Suite 336 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      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: (267) 930-8567 | URL: http://www.philacoalition.org/ | Email: info@philacoalition.org
    207. Philadelphia Fight - Clinica Bienestar 2913-15 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      An HIV clinic that provides care to the Spanish speaking community. Services include primary medical treatment for Hiv/Aids, hepatC virus infection and case management services in addition their harm reduction package which includes linkage towards drug or alcohol rehab programs as well onsite medication assisted therapy if needed against opiate addictions. Phone: 12156345272 | Email: clinica-bienestar@fight.org | Hours: Tuesday, 1:00pm to 5:00pm Wednesday, 9:00am to 5:00pm Call to confirm
    208. PDoH - AIDS Activities Coordinating Office - HIV and AIDS Related Programs 1101-11 Market St Fl 9 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The HIV/AIDS Epidemic Control Program (Hive) is a metropolitan area program designed to develop, monitor and evaluate all services related with the prevention of infection. Services provided range from education on how one can protect themselves against this virus in order for them not only be aware but also take action when theyre knowledgeable enough Phone: 18009852437 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health/AACO
    209. Philadelphia Housing Authority - Accessible Housing Information 2013 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Accessible housing for the disabledOffers priority access to those on wait lists who have family members with disabilities. Phone: 12156844000 | URL: http://www.pha.phila.gov | Email: info@pha.phila.gov | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm. | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of Philadelphia County. Call for further eligibilityinformation.
    210. 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 9am-5pm | Target Group: Seniors | Application Process: Please call for information.
    211. Philadelphia Housing Authority - Housing Choice Homeownership Program 2013 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Helps homeowners make monthly mortgage payments for a maximum termof 15 years on a mortgage loan of 20 years or more.Mortgage loans for less than 20 years may be subsidized for amaximum term of 10 years. Program available to HUDs recipients. Phone: 12156844000 | URL: http://www.pha.phila.gov | Email: info@pha.phila.gov | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm. | Application Process: Call for information.
    212. Pennsylvania Prison Society - Working Group to Enhance Services for Incarcerated Women 245 N Broad St Ste 200 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Working Group to Enhance Services for Incarcerated Women offers information and resources on housing, public benefits (TANF & food stamps), employment opportunities as well as family advocacy planning. Topics of the sessions include: - Housing - Public / Private *Food Stamps* Medicaid etc.*Employment Phone: 18002272307 | URL: http://www.prisonsociety.org | Email: mbarnett@prisonsociety.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Calll for information | Eligibility Requirements: Women who are incarcerated or were recently released fromincarceration.
    213. Philadelphia Housing Authority - Scattered Sites Homeownership 2013 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Residents of scattered sites who want to buy their home can now do so with this new service. Phone: 12156840393 | URL: http://www.pha.phila.gov | Email: info@pha.phila.gov | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm. | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: To qualify for the 5(h) Homeownership Program, applicants must meetthe following requirements:
    214. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Alden District 5835 Germantown Avenue 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    215. Philadelphia Senior Center - Housing Counseling 509-11 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Homeowners in need of a helping hand can get it from our company. We offer services that will assist with repairs, relocation and more! In addition we help people apply for emergency mortgage assistance programs which are designed to give low-interest loans so you dont have pay those pesky monthly payments anymore--all while maintaining safety standards necessary under law. Phone: 12155465879 | URL: http://www.philaseniorcenter.org | Email: info@newcourtland.org | Application Process: Call Housing Counseling Office at 215-546-5879. The counselor willset up appointment and assist with intake.
    216. Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations - Information Referral 1315 Walnut St Ste 1600 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Information Referral is a program that connects those in need with the resources they require. The annual Community Development Resource Guide produced by this organization provides valuable information for community organizations working to revitalize neighborhoods and address resident needs, as well providing solutions from various partners who are committed toward building stronger communities everywhere we live! Phone: 12157325829 | URL: http://www.pacdc.org/ | Email: info@pacdc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for information. Resource directory can also be found | Eligibility Requirements: Open to all.
    217. Philadelphia Senior Center - In-Home Support Services 509-11 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      The mission of this program is to provide early intervention and prevention for eligible homebound seniors. Some services that are offered include advocacy, delivered meals (home cooked or restaurant), homemaker service(temporary) house cleaning & laundry assistance with an emphasis on personal care needs such as bathed daily bathroom activities; minor repairs around thehouse like repairing leaky faucet heads/sinks etc.; Senior companions who can come into your home once weekly if needed plus adaptive equipment transportior other kinds too! Phone: 12155465879 | URL: http://www.philaseniorcenter.org | Email: info@newcourtland.org | Application Process: For information about this program call (215) 546-5879
    218. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Boulevard District 4109 Frankford Avenue 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    219. Project HOME - Personal Recovery Services 1515-21 Fairmount Ave Philadelphia, PA 19130
      We know that people deserve more than just treatment for their mental illness. Thats why PRS is a mobile team of counselors and therapists who work with individuals on living, learning and socializing in the areas where they need support most--from goal identification all the way through developing skills to meeting needs along self-care pillars like employment or family relationships while also building supports around themselves so no one else has responsibility placed onto them when it comes time go out into society again knowing what youve been going though behind closed doors here at ____ (insert name) . We provide evidence based practices which means we use Phone: 12152321984 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org | Email: info@projecthome.org | Eligibility Requirements: At least 18 years oldChoose to participatePresence or history of aserious mental illnessHave impairment(s) in living, learning,working and/or socializing that is a result of mental illness
    220. Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence - SAFE BARS Philly 1617 John F Kennedy Blvd Ste 800 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      With the goal of creating a safe space for everyone, WOAR provides training programs that instruct bar owners and employees on how to identify potential sexual violence in their establishment. These courses promote positive customer service while also empowering staff members with new coping techniques when faced  with aggressive behavior from patrons or coworkers alike—allowing them better chances at protecting themselves without resorting back into old traditions like blaming each other! For more information about our certified Safe Bars visit us online today at www(dot)woo Phone: (215) 985-3315 | URL: http://www.woar.org | Email: info@woar.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information.
    221. Project HOME - Stephen Klein Wellness Center 2144 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Medical services are provided at no cost to you. This includes primary care, behavioral health care and dental practices as well with pharmacy on the horizon! Weve got it all covered here in our community resource center - so stop by today or call (555) 555-5535 if theres anything else we can help out with while yourre waitin. You deserve some rest after a long day; come stay awhile Phone: (215) 320-6187 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org | Email: info@projecthome.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm Tuesday, 8:30am to 7:00pm | Eligibility Requirements: Must be a patient of the Stephen Klein Wellness Center.
    222. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Girard District 961 N Marshall Street 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    223. Rehab After Work- Outpatient Treatment Center 1420 Walnut Street Suite 500 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: 1-800-238-4357 Intake (610) 644-6464 | URL: https://rehabafterwork.pyramidhealthcarepa.com/ | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-10pm
    224. Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement - Housing Counseling 5218 Master St Philadelphia, PA 19131
      In our fast-paced world, many people are relief that they dont have to worry about the basics. We make it easy for you not only avoid foreclosures but also find solutions when things go wrong in your home or finances so how can we help? Phone: 12155677803 | URL: http://www.philapcca.org | Email: housinghelp@pccahousing.org
    225. SOAR Corporation 2 7500 Bristol Pike Levittown, PA 19057
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 269-9081 | URL: https://www.soarcorp.org/ | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    226. Philadelphia County Assistance Office Headquarters 1400 Spring Garden Street 6th Floor 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    227. Steven A Cohen Military Family Clinic: University of Pennsylvania 3535 Market Street Suite 670 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides mental health services. Phone: 1-844-573-3146 | URL: http://www.med.upenn.edu/mfc/ | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    228. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Center District 900 N Marshall Street 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    229. Temple University Office of Community Relations - Neighborhood Impact 1301-43 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Temple University has a strong relationship with the community around its eight zip codes. The Office of Community Relations interacts on an ongoing basis and works closely to make sure that all perspectives are heard, including those from Temples Campus Community Council which provides feedback for important endeavors being undertaken by our university officials in order ensure were always doing what’s best not just now but also tomorrow! Phone: 12152047913 | URL: https://community.temple.edu/programs-and-initiatives/center-community-partnerships | Application Process: Residential and civic representatives who are interested inconnecting with Temples Office of Community Relations can contactAndrea D. Swan at (215) 204-7409 or andrea.swan@temple.edu.
    230. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Jefferson District 2701 N Broad Street 3rd Floor 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    231. Trans-Health Information Project (TIP) Advocacy and Support 149 W Susquehanna Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      If youre feeling lost, lonely or just need someone to talk with about your gender identity then we can help! We offer peer support counseling from another trans* individual. Services include: sexual health and HIV risk reduction counselings rèsumé coaching assistance with legal name changes (and more). Theres no cost for these services but there are some limited hours that I would be able-to accommodate during weekdays because of my work schedule. Phone: 12674573912 | URL: http://www.galaei.org | Email: nsanchez@galaei.org | Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 1:00pm to 4:00pm or by appointment
    232. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Elmwood District 5554 Chestnut Street 1st Floor 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    233. UESF - Water Housing Stabilization Program 1608 Walnut St Ste 600 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Does your water bill seem unfair? Youre not alone. The City of Chicago offers financial assistance to pay off past due bills, plumbing repairs and modifications to help decrease usage so you can enjoy lower costs in-home without sacrificing any quality of life! They also provide education about good habits for reducing wastefulness on Resources page or by calling (312) 786-5210 . Phone: 12159725170 | URL: http://www.uesfacts.org | Email: utility@uesfacts.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Program is for Philadelphian waters users high usage and high waterbills. Must meet income criteria of 175% of the federal povertylevel (to be determined at time of application).
    234. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Kent District 2701 N Broad Street 2nd Floor 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    235. Urban Tree Connection - Community Development 1445 N 52nd St Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Urban vacant land is typically concentrated in socioeconomicallydisadvantaged neighborhoods and is often linked to drug-relatedcrime and violence. The City of Philadelphia is currently estimatedto have over 30,000 vacant lots, many of which are overgrown,filled with trash and contribute to an appearance of decay andblight. We believe that community-based urban greening is a greatway for residents of all ages to bring about positive change intheir neighborhood. In addition to beautifying the neighborhood,urban greening projects also provide a variety of economic,environmental, health-related and social benefits.We involve neighborhood children in all our projects as we believeit is crucial to educate the next generation of urban residentsabout the immense value of urban green space. Phone: 12158777203 | URL: http://www.urbantreeconnection.org | Email: info@urbantreeconnection.org | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-877-7203 or visit ourwebsite at http://www.urbantreeconnection.org
    236. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Ridge District 1350 W Sedgley Avenue 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    237. Veterans Group - Veterans Services 3209 Baring St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      This program offers an opportunity for those who are seeking a more introverted lifestyle with private accommodations. The dorms provide shared facilities and access to meals as well as counseling services that can help you get your life back on track after being discharged from service or hospitalization! Phone: 12152224379 | URL: http://theveteransgroup.org | Email: info@theveteransgroup.org | Hours: Monday through Sunday, 9:00am to 11:00pm | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: Services are for veterans
    238. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Ogontz District 301 E Chelten Avenue 2nd Floor 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    239. Victim/Witness Services of South Philadelphia 1426 S 12th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Victim/Witness Services of South Philadelphia (V/WSSP) offers direct assistance and support to crime victims, witnesses and their families in the three Police Districts of South Philadelphia (1st, 3rd, and 17th Districts). Phone: (215) 551-3360 | URL: http://www.vwssp.org/ | Email: vwssp@aol.com
    240. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Tioga District 1348 W Sedgely Avenue 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    241. Wedge Medical Center - Substance Abuse 2009 S Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 276-3922 Intake (215) 276-3922 ext 5001 | URL: http://www.wedgepc.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    242. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Unity District 4111 Frankford Avenue 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    243. William Way Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center 1315-17 Spruce St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The staff at the LGBT Community Center are always ready and willing to help with any questions you may have about being homosexual, transgender or queer. The center provides a safe place for people in this community as well as information on all things related thereto from health care providers like doctors offices that cater specifically towards GLBT individuals; social groups such soc circles where they can meet other gay men/lesbianes without fear of judgement etc.; educational classes taught by experienced professionals who want nothing more than give everyone an opportunity  to learn something new whether it be self-empowerment techniques or just Blvd Living tips! Phone: 12157322220 | URL: http://www.waygay.org | Email: info@waygay.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday 11:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-732-2220 or visit | Eligibility Requirements: Members of the LGBT community
    244. Philadelphia County Assistance Office: Vine District 4601 Market Street 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: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    245. 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 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/Walk-In-ReEntry-Services-WIRES-213444775800516/ | Email: cjb.upenn@gmail.com | Hours: Tuesdays 5:30pm-7:30pm | Target Group: Adults
    246. Planned Parenthood - Health Services 1144 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Services include:- Birth control and emergency contraception (the morning-afterpill)- Walk-in pregnancy testing- Testing and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases(STDs/STIs), including confidential HIV testing, for men andwomen- Gynecological exams, including pap tests- Breast exams and self-exam instructions- Pregnancy options counseling and referrals- First trimester and early second trimester abortions (IV sedationavailable)- Medication abortions (the abortion pill)- Mid-life services for menopausal women- Colposcopy, cryotherapy, and LEEP- Outpatient female sterilization (Essure™ )- VasectomiesEducation programs include:- Achieving Independence Center: services for youth in the fostercare system of Philadelphia- Health Resource Center: supportive services and safer sexsupplies at Philadelphia high schools- Latinas Unidas- a bicultural, after- school program for Latinasin southern Chester county- The SPOT- education, advocacy, and recreation for LGBTQA youth inWest Chester- Information Unbarred: a program for incarcerated women atRiverside Correctional Facility- Teen Success: support for pregnant and parenting teens inNorristown- Youth First: a program for 6th and 8th graders in Philadelphiapublic schools Phone: 12153515500 | URL: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-southeastern-pennsylvania | Email: ideas.ppsp@ppsp.org
    247. Philadelphia Housing Authority - Housing Counseling Services 2013 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The Homeownership Center is here to help you prepare for the future of home ownership. Whether its helping with pre-purchase counseling, credit education or action plans that will get your finances in order before buying - this agency has got what you need! Phone: 12156840393 | URL: http://www.pha.phila.gov | Email: info@pha.phila.gov | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm. | Application Process: Call or | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of Philadelphia Housing Authority.
    248. Project HOME - Hub of Hope 1401-15 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Hub of Hope is a beacon in the night, offering safety and succor to those who have been cast out. Its not just about coffee here - it offers so much more! Hub provides showers for those struggling with hygiene issues as well laundry services that allow you scrub your clothes clean or do battle against mold growth on towels (I know Im going there). If all this isnt enough then maybe speaking briefly with one our counselors will help point us in right direction because theyve had their fair share experience being homelessness too... Hub also has programs designed specifically around recovery from mental illness among other things including dental care which makes meHappy knowing were giving back after Phone: 12153095225 | URL: https://www.projecthome.org/hubofhope | Email: hubofhope@projecthome.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 7:00pm Saturday & Sunday, 3:30pm to 6:30pm
    249. Philadelphia VAMC: Behavioral Health Service 3900 Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 823-5894 Intake (215) 823-4014 | URL: http://www.philadelphia.va.gov/ | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    250. Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia - Disability Rights 1500 John F Kennedy Blvd Ste 802 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      For more than three decades, the disability rights organization has been fighting for those with disabilities and providing free legal services in cases of employment discrimination. Phone: 12156277100 | URL: http://www.pilcop.org | Email: general@pilcop.org | Hours: Call for information. | Application Process: Call and leave amessage for intake. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information.
    251. Philadelphia VA Medical Center (PVAMC): Addiction Recovery Unit 39th/Woodland Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 823-4070 Intake (215) 823-4014 | URL: http://www.philadelphia.va.gov | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    252. Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia - Fair Housing 1500 John F Kennedy Blvd Ste 802 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      The lack of access to quality legal representation is a serious issue that can have lifelong implications for people who experience disparate treatment at the hands housing brokers and sellers. The law firm provides free consultations in connection with rental or sale properties, advertising issues such as accessibility requirements under federal guidelines (Section516), mortgage lending practices which may result from racial bias perceptions by lenders against certain populations like Hispanics/ Latinos . They also offer assistance when it comes time file complaints about these types discrimination cases; assisting those impacted through complaint preparation & presentation techniques used successfully throughout our decades long Phone: 12156277100 | URL: http://www.pilcop.org | Email: general@pilcop.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    253. Pink and Blues Mental Health Peer Support 1315 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      A group for bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals dealing with mental illness. Meets Wednesdays 7pm-9pm in the Community Room at William Way Community Center near 13th and Spruce in the Gayborhood. Doors open at 6:30, please arrive no later than 7:15. Phone: (267) 968-9822 | URL: https://www.pink-blues.com | Email: pinkandblues@icloud.com | None | Hours: We can be reached 24/7 via phone, text and email | Target Group: Adults | Funds: Sponsors | Fees: Currently funded by a grant from Philly AIDS Thrift. There are no fees charged for attending peer support meetings and we do not pass the hat or any other methods of collecting funds other than reaching out for voluntary donations from benefactors on the website. | Application Process: None | Eligibility Requirements: Open to all. | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: None | ADAAccess: Some steps. | Transportation: They provide an $8 cash travel allowance to each member that shows up on time (7 PM) and stays throughout the proceedings 9 PM.
    254. SEAMAAC - Health & Social Services 1902 S 8th Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      The Health and Social Services team provides holistic support for immigrants, Refugees & Governance in South Philadelphia. We work with elders, adults and families on employment services like digital literacy training as well health care access along side other agencies that provide similar assistance such us intimate partner violence programs or English language classes to make sure people feel comfortable when they come into our offices so we can help them get back up again after any crisis situation Phone: (215) 467-0690 | URL: http://www.seamaac.org | Email: info@seamaac.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Application Process: Please call or email to schedule an intake | Eligibility Requirements: Primary populations served are immigrants and refugees. All services are provided free of charge.
    255. Public Health Management Corp: Chances 1200 Callowhill Street Suite 102 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 923-0218 ext 5231 Intake (215) 923-0218 ext 5228 | URL: http://www.phmc.org | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation
    256. Self Help Movement 2600 Sampton Road Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 677-7778 Intake (215) 677-7778 ext 115 Intake (215) 677-7778 ext 117 | URL: http://www.selfhelpmovement.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    257. Rapid HIV Testing & STI Screening 1201 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Mazzoni Center offers free and confidential rapid HIV testing as well as STD screening services at our main location, Washington West Project site (a satellite), along with various offsite sites. Phone: 12159859206 | URL: http://www.mazzonicenter.org | Email: info@mazzonicenter.org | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    258. Senior Victim Services 20 S Olive Street 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 | URL: http://www.delcoda.com/information/19-victim-services/agency-assistance/66-senior-victim-services | Target Group: Seniors | Application Process: Please call for information.
    259. Roxborough Memorial Hospital 5800 Ridge Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Provides behavioral health services. Phone: (215) 509-6800 Intake (215) 509-3706 Intake (215) 910-9425 | URL: http://www.roxboroughmemorialhospital.com | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    260. SOAR Corporation 9150 Marshall Street Suite 18 Philadelphia, PA 19114
      Services include: Outpatient Drug and Alcohol. Offers a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that provides treatment which might include approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenophine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids or alcohol. Phone: (215) 464-4450 | URL: https://www.soarcorp.org/ | Greek | Russian | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    261. SEAMAAC - Digital Navigation Services (Translation Services Available) 1711 S Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      The Philadelphia community is in need of assistance when it comes to information on the Internet and basic tech support. The SEAMAAC Digital Navigator program will provide you with hotspots, low cost internet or phone options for your home; wireless networks that can be used by all members within our area (with one exception); tutorials about how different devices work together such as smartphones which also act like Wi-Fi routers so they are able connect wirelessly! | URL: http://www.seamaac.org | Email: info@seamaac.org | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. If residents call outside of these hours, they are encouraged to leave a message for a callback. | Target Group: Open to all | Application Process: Please call during business hours or leave a message requesting a call back in your preferred language.
    262. South of South Neighborhood Association - Housing Counseling 1901 Washington Ave Unit B Philadelphia, PA 19146
      We are proud to be the trusted provider of OHCD-approved housing counseling. We specialize in helping low income residents find stable homes, and our team is dedicated towards this cause! Phone: 12155460699 | URL: http://www.southofsouth.org | Email: nicoleatsosna@gmail.com | Application Process: For additional information, please call (215) 732-8446 or visit ourwebsite at http://www.southofsouth.org
    263. Self - Transitional Housing - Susquehanna Avenue 1211-15 Chestnut St Ste 205 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      For 22 single women, offers an emergency shelter with clientservice case management and residential services. | URL: https://www.selfincorp.org/ | Email: info@selfincorp.org
    264. Southwest Community Development Corporation - Housing Counseling 6328 Paschall Ave Philadelphia, PA 19142
      Housing counseling thats been approved by OHCD. Phone: 12157290800 | URL: http://www.southwestcdc.org | Email: donna@southwestcdc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: Open for anyone looking for housing counseling
    265. Support Center for Child Advocates - Core Programs 1617 John F Kennedy Blvd Ste 1200 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Child Advocates offers a variety of services to children who are victims.They provide legal and social support through two lines: Direct Representation Services, which provides teams made up lawyers or other professionals such as therapists for those dealing with physical abuse Child Safety & Justice Program ; Empowering Older Youth Program serving adolescents between 12 - 18 years old experiencing various forms sexual assault/trafficking etc., And finally theres the Health & Wellbeing program designed specifically towards kids suffering form neglectful backgrounds Phone: 12675469200 | URL: http://www.SCCAlaw.org | Email: frontdesk@SCCALaw.org | Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm | Application Process: Not Available | Eligibility Requirements: We represent children of families from Philadelphia.
    266. 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
    267. 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
    268. United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Philadelphia Field Office 100 Pine St Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Responsible for national policy and programs that address Americashousing needs, that improve and develop the Nations communities,and enforce fair housing laws. Also provides consumers withinformation on a range of housing issues, including foreclosuresand reverse mortgages, and referrals to approved local housingcounseling agencies.Headquarters (Washington office):451 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, DC 20410 Phone: 18007677468 | URL: http://www.hud.gov | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call, email or visit website | Eligibility Requirements: American homeowners, homebuyers or renters
    269. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital: Inpatient Psychiatry 111 S 11th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Provides psychological and psychiatric care services. Phone: (215) 955-6655 | URL: http://hospitals.jefferson.edu/departments-and-services/psychiatry-and-human-behavior/ | Spanish | Services for the deaf and hard of hearing | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    270. United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey - Fund Distribution/ Community Problem Solving 1800 John F Kennedy Blvd Ste 1200 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The largest bank in the country is seeking an experienced and knowledgeable individual to join their team as a Client Services Specialist. The ideal candidate will provide disbursement/allocations assistance for various client needs, including mortgage loans or lines of credit that are not being met by other financial institutions due either because they lack funds available at competitive interest rates OR simply do not want you! Phone: 12156652500 | URL: http://www.unitedforimpact.org | Email: contact@uwgpsnj.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for Appointment
    271. TIKVAH Advocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill - Support Services 2100-12 Arch St Fl 4 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      AJMI understands that family is the most important unitand supports those who need it most. They provide social programs for this oft-forgotten segment of our community, including: - Celebrations on High Holidays; Chanukah or Purim events to celebrate with friends and loved ones in your network*. Shabbatons hosting open dialogue about what matters most within Judaism today while exploring different interpretations across streams Phone: 12159477031 | URL: http://tikvahajmi.org | Email: office@tikvahajmi.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    272. Universal Companies - Universal Housing Counseling Program (UHCP) 1427 Catharine St Fl 4 Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Universal Companies is a community-based and non profit organization that provides low income people with free services. The Universal Housing Counseling Program (UHCP) creates an opportunity to be involved in their housing journey by providing direct, individualized counseling sessions from the start of exploring options all throughout buying your new home until you have finally closed on it! These workshops are made possible through our partnerships within nearby communities which allow us access at no cost or reduced rate for those who need help securing safe accommodations as part oupriortg trillion dollarindustrywide problem Phone: 12157326518 | URL: http://www.universalcompanies.org | Email: info@universalcompanies.org | Application Process: For additional information, please call (215) 732-6518 or visit ourwebsite at http://www.universalcompanies.org
    273. United Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Housing Counseling 2029 S 8th St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      help people find their perfect home with our top-rated workshops by professional counselors. We also offer pre purchase and post purchase counseling, including emergency housing for those who are currently in financial trouble or headed there soon! Phone: 12154681645 | URL: http://www.ucsep.org | Email: intake@ucsep.org | Hours: Admin hours: 9:00am to 5:00pm; services are by appointment | Application Process: Call for appointment. | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia home owners or first time homebuyers.
    274. Vision for Equality - Advocacy Services 718 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19106
      IPP is an organization that strives to provide equal rights and dignity for those receiving MR services. We want our clients voices heard so they can take control of their lives again, by empowering people with knowledge on how best handle conflicts when it arises or just need some advice about what steps should go next in general terms; IPPs vast array  of programs will help you through any problem no matter how big (or small)! Phone: 12159238898 | URL: http://www.visionforequality.org | Email: visionforequality@visionforequality.org | Application Process: If you are interested in learning more about our program orvolunteering, please call (215) 923-3349 x118.
    275. Uplift Center for Grieving Children 3300 Henry Avenue Suite 102 Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Uplift offers free peer grief support groups for children and youth ages 5 to 25 and their caregivers as well as referral and educational programs for families. Phone: (267) 437-3123 | URL: http://www.upliftphilly.org | Email: heather@grievingchildren.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm | Target Group: MH | Fees: Free | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    276. 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.wicprograms.org/ci/pa-philadelphia | Email: info@pcom.edu | Target Group: Women | Application Process: Please call for information.
    277. Urban League of Philadelphia - Housing Counseling 121 S Broad St Fl 6 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      jumps into the world of home ownership with both feet, walking you through every stepof what to do now that its your turn. Helping borrowers find their next piece or property while also teaching them about mortgage default; well teach those facing tax liens how they can get out from under an unwanted obligation so fast (and easy) as not even owe any interest on principle! Phone: 12159853227 | URL: http://www.urbanleaguephila.org | Email: cpugh@urbanleaguephila.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call 215-985-3220 ext. 203 or email housing@urbanleaguephila.org | Eligibility Requirements: Living in Philadelphia
    278. Womens Institute for Family Health 5936 Chestnut Street 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Provides substance abuse disorder treatment programs. Phone: (215) 747-2391 | URL: http://www.wifamilyhealth.org | Hours: Please call for hours of operation.
    279. Victim/Witness Service of South Philadelphia - Crime Victim/Witness Support 1800-2 Jackson St Philadelphia, PA 19145
      The agency assists people in need, whether they are just trying to locate a loved one who has been assaulted or robbed at knife-point; if youve witnessed an auto accident and require assistance with police reporting obligations under the law - we can help!Assistance is available 24 hours per day 7 days week so theres never too much time when someone needs our services immediately  and urgently Phone: 12155513360 | URL: http://www.vwssp.org | Email: info@vwssp.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-551-3360 or . You can also emailinfo@vwssp.org | Eligibility Requirements: Victims of witnesses of crimes in the 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 17thPolice Districts of Philadelphia
    280. Women's Law Project - Telephone Counseling Service 125-37 S 9th St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Pennsylvania Bar Association offers a free Telephone Counseling and Consumer Education Service. Volunteer counselors give basic self-help information about procedures to women in the state, such as domestic violence shelters or lawyer appointments for family related issues like custody battles that can arise during divorce proceedings; they also provide work related counsel if needed on topics including sexual harassment at your place of employment due discrimination based upon gender identity/sexual orientation (spouse)? Phone: 12159289801 | URL: http://www.womenslawproject.org | Email: info@womenslawproject.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call to speak with an Intake person or fill out Need Help form onwebsite. | Eligibility Requirements: Must live in Pennsylvania
    281. Youth Art & Self-Empowerment Project 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 | URL: http://www.yasproject.com/ | Email: yasproject@gmail.com | Target Group: Youth
  3. Basic Needs: Food

    1. African Family Health Organization (AFAHO) - Obesity Prevention 4415 Chestnut St Ste 202 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      By partnering with community organizations like AFAHO serving ACIR families, we can provide nutrition education and physical fitness awareness to children as well their caregivers in order develop the capacity for evaluation. Our goal is that this will enable us all work together towards a single purpose: preventing childhood obesity! Phone: 12155461232 | URL: http://www.afaho.net/ | Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Thursday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm | Application Process: Please call.
    2. Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Nutritional Development Services 222 N 17th St Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Nutritional Development Services (NDS) works to ensure that children in need are fed. Working with federal and community food programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Child Care program etc., NDS acts an intermediary between hungry kids and social services nutrition providers by providing them healthy meals during their school days or after-school hours when theyre looking for some extra help staying occupied until its time  for bed! Phone: 12155873500 | URL: http://archphila.org/ | Email: jolenick@visitationbvm.com | Application Process: Call for information.
    3. American Red Cross 23rd and Chestnut Street 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 | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    4. Archdiocese of Philadelphia - Outreach Program - St. Ignatius of Loyola Elementary 636 N 43rd St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Foodshare is an organization that distributes food to those in need every Tuesday. Phone: 12153862832 | Application Process: Call for more information.
    5. Catholic Social Services - Emergency Food Cupboard - Southwest Family Services Center 6214 Grays Ave Philadelphia, PA 19142
      The organizations goal is to ensure that no family goes without food, especially during emergencies. The agency provides emergency meals for individuals and families who are experiencing crisis so they dont have the worry of having enough nutritious options on hand at home or elsewhere as well-planned consequences from natural disasters such as hurricane Harvey can leave many needing help right away with little warning before it’s too late Phone: 12157248550 | URL: http://cssphiladelphia.org | Email: cssphiladelphia@chs-adphila.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    6. Catholic Social Services - Emergency Food Cupboard 4400 N Reese St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      The nonprofit organization, which was founded by a group of volunteers and provides emergency food for families in need. Phone: 12673312500 | URL: http://cssphiladelphia.org | Email: astoner@chs-adphila.org | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation.
    7. Bible Way Baptist Church: Food 1323 N 52nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Provides emergency food services. Phone: (215) 477-0778 | URL: www.biblewaybaptist.org | Email: info@biblewaybaptist.org | Target Group: Open to all | Application Process: Please call for information.
    8. Asian Americans United - After School Program 1023 Callowhill St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      AAU is a non-profit organization that provides youth leadership development and social justice programming to over 8,000 kids in 35 different cities. The after school programs offer an opportunity for remote learning environments where they can earn credits towards their high school diploma while also developing life skills such as critical thinking orseling themselves with others without judgment from those around them who may not understand what it means because of our differences to apply! In addition there are summer camp opportunities which give children the chance explore new hobbies like sports through coaching lessons Phone: 12159251538 | URL: http://www.aaunited.org | Email: aau@aaunited.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Email aau@aaunited.org or call 215-925-1538 for appointment or withquestions. | Eligibility Requirements: for the Asian community
    9. Center in the Park - In Home Support Program 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Offers services to homebound adults over the age of 60+ who are inneed of assistance to remain or regain their independence in theirhome. Services received through the IHSP are designed to beshort-term and to help consumers get back on their feet and intothe community. Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Admin hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, 9:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call for information.
    10. Catholic Social Services - Food 222 N 17th St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Food That Fills The Void provides emergency food, alcoholic beverages and non-perishable items to those in need. Phone: 12673312490 | URL: http://www.catholicsocialservicesphilly.org/ | Email: CSSHelp@chs-adphila.org | Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM at most locations. However, eachpantry at each location has different hours, days and times thatthey are open. | Application Process: We prefer that you call for an appointment, but anyone may walk inand be assisted.
    11. Bible Way Baptist Church - Soup Kitchen (Lunch) 1323-27 N 52nd St Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Provides emergency food baskets to the community. Phone: (215) 477-0778 | URL: http://www.biblewaybaptist.org | Email: info@biblewaybaptist.org | Application Process: Call for more information.
    12. BEBASHI - Basic Needs (Food Pantry) 1235 Spring Garden St Fl 1 Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The Bebashis FoodFirst Food Pantry is here to help those in need. The non-profit organization provides staple pantries items such as canned goods, cereal bars and other food essentials so you never have an empty fridge or cabinet again! You can also get ready made meals from our free kitchen if cooking isnt your thing but heating up some soup might be just what the doctor ordered for that cold sore on mouth).Help us feed four million locals this winter by donating any excess medicine needed at www.
      Phone: 12157693561 | URL: http://www.bebashi.org/ | Email: connect@bebashi.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for appointment and Walk-ins accepted | Eligibility Requirements: Referral required
    13. Chosen 300 Ministries - Food Pantry & Meals 1116 Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      During the months of May through October, Chosen 300 serves anoutdoor meal on Saturdays (in place of the Saturday meal indoorsfrom November to April). The address is 15th & Ben Franklin Parkwayat 5 PM. Phone: 12157659807 | URL: http://www.chosen300.org/ | Email: info@chosen300.org | Hours: Pantry Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 2:00pm to 4:00pm Hot Meal Distribution, Monday Wednesday Friday, 6:00pm to 7:00pm;Saturday, 5:00pm to 6:00pm; and Sunday, 9:30am to 11:00pm | Application Process: Walk-in | Eligibility Requirements: All services provided to impoverished populations. All person areeligible; there are no requirements; all are served regardless ofrace, age, gender, membership group, etc. No documents needed.
    14. Catholic Social Services - Pregnancy Counseling 222 N 17th St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Were here for you no matter what the situation. We provide free pregnancy tests, counseling sessions and more! Phone: 12673312490 | URL: http://www.catholicsocialservicesphilly.org/ | Email: CSSHelp@chs-adphila.org | Hours: Hours vary per location. Call or link to our website for moreinformation. | Application Process: We prefer that you call for an appointment, but anyone may walk inand be assisted.
    15. Cathedral of Faith Baptist Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 1800-36 W Cambria St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The food bank provides emergency relief to people in need. Phone: 12152261434 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/Cathedraloffaithbaptistchurch/ | Email: cathedraloffaith20@gmail.com | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation.
    16. Bethesda Project - Free Meals to Go - Lunch
      Come and get your free bagged lunch today!Baggers paradise awaits you at the best local deli in town. No coupons needed, just stop by before 4:00pm with coworkers or friends for a delicious sandwich made from scratch using fresh ingredients - all completely customizable to fit any appetites needs Phone: 12159851600 | URL: http://www.bethesdaproject.org | Email: info@bethesdaproject.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 12:00pm to 1:00pm | Application Process: None | Eligibility Requirements: All are Welcome
    17. Church of the Redeemer Baptist - Emergency Food Cupboard 2421-33 Dickinson St Philadelphia, PA 19146
      The food bank provides emergency groceries to people in need. Phone: 12154651230 | URL: http://www.cotrb.org | Email: info@cotrb.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 12:00pm Saturday, 7:00am to 9:00am | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation. | Eligibility Requirements: Serve only residents in zip codes 19145, 19146, or 19147.
    18. Center in the Park - Center Services 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The center offers a life-long learning curriculum, vibrant arts and humanities program as well an intergenerational one. They also have many trip opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy! The fitness facilities offer workouts that are tailored towards your needs with classes like Zumba® step aerobics or Bodybar™ toning sessions powered by resistive bands which make exercising fun again while you laugh along at our funny videos projected on wall monitors during faux dance parties hosted weekly live DJ nights where no song is played twice so if theres anything about fitting into old clothes (or buying new ones) being discussed then Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm; Tuesday andThursday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call or email info@centerinthepark.org for information.
    19. Catholic Social Services - Emergency Food Cupboard - Northeast Philadelphia 7340 Jackson St Philadelphia, PA 19136
      The United States has seen a rise in the number of individuals and families experiencing financial crisis. One way that help can come is through emergency food assistance programs like those offered at our center, which provide nutritious meals to people who need it most! Phone: 12156245920 | URL: http://cssphiladelphia.org | Email: csshelp@chs-adphila.org | Hours: The cupboard operates Wednesday and Friday 9:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Individuals must provide a current state-issued photo ID and SocialSecurity Cards for all members residing in the home.
    20. Bethlehem of Deliverance - Emergency Food Cupboard 2016 W Berks St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The food bank provides emergency groceries for people in need. Phone: 12157652209 | URL: http://bodjac.com/home | Email: bodjac1@verizon.com | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation.
    21. Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church - Emergency Food Cupboard - West 230-34 W Coulter St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The Firstname Last Name Food Bank provides emergency food for people in need. Phone: 12152767200 | URL: http://www.enontab.org/ | Email: enon@enontab.org
    22. Chosen 300 Ministries - Homeless Outreach and Meal Programs 1116 Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The purpose of this organization is to distribute meals andservices to the homeless, affording positive value programs forinner-city youth. Link below provides all times locations andservices.http://chosen300.org/homeless/homelessservingschedule.html Phone: 12157659806 | URL: http://www.chosen300.org/ | Email: brianjenkins@chosen300.org | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:00 pm , Saturdays 5:00 pm Sundaysstarting at 10:00 am | Application Process: All are welcome regardless of housing situations. | Eligibility Requirements: All services provided to impoverished populations. All person areeligible; there are no requirements; all are served regardless ofrace, age, gender, membership group, etc. No documents needed.
    23. Coalition Against Hunger 1725 Fairmount Avenue 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 9am-5pm
    24. Broad Street Ministry - Grab and Go Meal 315 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Due to COVID-19, we are no longer able to provide sit-down,congregate meals. Therefore we are handing out nutritous meals togo. Phone: 12157354847 | URL: http://www.broadstreetministry.org | Email: info@broadstreetministry.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 11:30am to 1:00pm | Application Process: Walk-in | Eligibility Requirements: No restrictions.
    25. First African Presbyterian Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 4159 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The food bank provides emergency supplies of nonperishable, nutritious foods to eligible residents in need. To find out if the organization has what you are looking for or how it operates call them now! Phone: 12154773100 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/firstafricanpresbyterianchurchofphila/ | Email: firstafricanpresbyterian1@verizon.net
    26. Coalition Against Hunger - SNAP Hotline 123-29 Chestnut St Ste 401 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      This is a hot-line for people in Philadelphia, Chester and Bucks Counties who need help applying for food stamps. The hotline counselors will screen callers to see if they are eligible so that crews can go through the process of submitting an application over phone or online chat with them - no matter what time it may be! Managers also track applications progress as well as any problems causing delays which could lead you getting your benefit quicker than expected | URL: http://www.hungercoalition.org | Email: info@hungercoalition.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 5:00pm Fridays; 9:00am to 4:00pm | Application Process: Call the SNAP Hotline number. Well screen for eligibility withintake and a hotline counselor will call back callers to submit anapplication for SNAP benefits over the phone. | Eligibility Requirements: Income based
    27. Coalition Against Hunger - Philly Summer Meals Hotline 123-29 Chestnut St Ste 401 Philadelphia, PA 19106
      The hotline provides a convenient way to contact about summer food. | URL: http://www.hungercoalition.org | Email: info@hungercoalition.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday. 9:00am to 5:00pm Fridays 9:00am to 4:00pm | Application Process: Call or visit for more information and to locate a summer meals program near you. | Eligibility Requirements: Anyone can call the hotline but the food services are for children18 years and younger.
    28. Catholic Social Services - Immigrant, Refugee and Asylee Support 222 N 17th St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The organization is committed to helping those who have been forced from their homes. They provide assistance for refugees and other vulnerable populations so they can begin again on this new continent, free of fear or circumstance that would hold them back in life! Phone: 12673312490 | URL: http://www.catholicsocialservicesphilly.org/ | Email: CSSHelp@chs-adphila.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call for an appointment is preferred, but anyone may walk in and beassisted. | Eligibility Requirements: Call or walk-in to determine eligibility requirements for specificneed.
    29. Food Trust - Community Nutrition Program 1617 John F Kennedy Blvd Ste 900 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The North Penn Community Health Foundation, The Food Trust andmembers of the community have teamed up to address food insecurityin the North Penn area. The Community Nutrition Program has beendeveloped to help individuals and families in the North Penncommunity receive healthy foods through the emergency food systemby increasing the amount of fresh and nutritionally rich foodsavailable in local pantries. Together, we can make sure familiesnot only get the food they need, but that they get the nutrientsthey need as well.Visithttp://www.thefoodtrust.org/php/programs/community.nutrition.phpfor more information. Phone: 12155750444 | URL: http://www.thefoodtrust.org | Email: contact@thefoodtrust.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm | Application Process: Call us at 215-575-0444 or email us at contact@thefoodtrust.org. | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of the North Penn Community. Call for more eligibilityinformation
    30. Crossroads Community Center - Emergency Food Cupboard 2918 N 6th St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      The organization distributes emergency food to those in need. Phone: 12152237897 | URL: http://www.crossroadsphilly.org/ | Application Process: Call for more information and to check food availability.
    31. Conquerors Community Development Corporation - Senior Thanksgiving Luncheon 5220 Whitby Ave Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Join us for a Thanksgiving dinner style luncheon with the United Block Captains Association (UBCA) and Victory Christian Center in partnership! The seniors of our neighborhood are getting together on Thursday, November 28th from 1:00pm -4 pm. This is an opportunity to enjoy each others company over delicious food while learning more about their lives through stories told by those who know them best-their children or grandchildren. Phone: 12154742717 | URL: http://www.vccphilly.org/home.html | Email: ccdcsuccess@gmail.com | Hours: Hosted annually the Saturday before Thanksgiving. | Application Process: Please call church office to sign up | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of West and Southwest Philadelphia 55 years and older.
    32. Chosen 300 Ministries - Barber Day 1116 Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Local barbers provide free haircuts at Chosen 300 once a month atboth West Philadelphia and Center City Site.Center City: occurs the 2nd Monday of each month from 10 AM - 1PM. Phone: 12152430300 | URL: http://www.chosen300.org/ | Email: brianjenkins@chosen300.org | Hours: Center City: 2nd Monday of each month from 10:00am to 1:00pm. West: Occurs the 4th Monday of each month from 10AM-1PM | Application Process: Walk-ins accepted | Eligibility Requirements: All services provided to impoverished populations. All person areeligible; there are no requirements; all are served regardless ofrace, age, gender, membership group, etc. No documents needed.
    33. Grace Community Christian Center; Germantown - Emergency Food Cupboard 25 W Johnson St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The emergency food supply provides a safety net for those who need it most. Phone: 12158482700 | URL: http://gracebaptistgtn.org | Email: leebhighsmith@aol.com | Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 1:00pm | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation. | Eligibility Requirements: Serves only residents of 19119, 19144, 19138, 19126, or 19150.*
    34. Face to Face - Dining Room - Germantown 109 E Price St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      It is our hospitality guests encounter when they come to our DiningRoom on any Friday, Saturday or Sunday. The atmosphere is bright,inviting, welcoming, and friendly. Guests are greeted with smiles,handshakes, and welcoming hugs. Flowers, sometimes fresh, adorneach table. Volunteers serve nourishing 3-course meals to guestswho enjoy being waited on and interacting with their servers.Due to the ongoing pandemic, in person services are suspended andFace to Face cannot use volunteers at this time.If you are interested in donating non-perishable items, pleaseemail Becky to schedule a drop-off time (either Mondays or Fridaysbetween 9:30 & 11:30am) - becky@facetofacegermantown.org. Phone: 12158490179 | URL: https://facetofacegermantown.org/ | Email: becky@facetofacegermantown.org | Application Process: For information contact us at (215) 438-7939.Dining Room Hours:-Friday 5:00 to 6:00 PM - Saturday 12:30 to 1:45 PM - Sunday 12:30to 1:45 PM Important update: For the duration of the ongoing COVID-19pandemic, dining services are suspended. Face to Face is currentlydistributing take-home meals to their guests on Mondays, Thursdaysand Fridays from 12pm to 2pm.
    35. Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations - Super Cupboard 141 E Hunting Park Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      Super Cupboard is the only nonprofit that provides emergency food relief, but it also teaches basic living skills. For eight weeks you can sign up for this course to learn how better utilize your limited resources by getting an intensive lesson on nutrition and preparing meals with whats available in our cupboards or local grocery store! Phone: 12156273100 | URL: http://www.elconcilio.net | Email: concilio@elconcilio.net | Application Process: Call to check on scheduled dates and times.
    36. Chosen 300 Ministries - West Philadelphia Meal Program 3959-61 Lancaster Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104
      West Philadelphia meal program has been a great success! The food pantries are now fully stocked with nutritious and delicious meals for those in need. Phone: 12152430300 | URL: http://www.chosen300.org/ | Email: brianjenkins@chosen300.org | Hours: Monday and Friday, 6:00pm | Application Process: Call, walk-in, visit website | Eligibility Requirements: No limitations or restrictions
    37. Interfaith Food Cupboard - Emergency Food Cupboard 3600-2 Baring St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The GiveEmergency Food Organization provides emergency food to those in need. Phone: 12152227606 | URL: https://ssandrewmonica.org/ | Email: ssandrewmonica@comcast.net | Hours: Saturdays; 9:30 am to 11:00 am | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation. | Eligibility Requirements: Serves Philadelphias 19104 zip code area.
    38. Faith Assembly of God - Emergency Food Ministry 1926-40 Margaret St Philadelphia, PA 19124
      The first thing we should do when disaster strikes, is source emergency food. This can be anything from bread and water for your pets or even just heating up some leftovers if youre smart enough not to go grocery shopping during an outage! Phone: 12155358599 | URL: http://www.faithphilly.org | Email: faithphilly@aol.com
    39. Families Forward Philadelphia - Transitional Housing 111 N 49th St Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Transitional housing is a playgound for people who are trying to get on their feet. This includes everything from health and nutrition programs, drivers education courses or parent teaching skills workshops that give them the tools they need before moving out into employment full time with wages themselves! Phone: 12152404800 | URL: http://familiesforwardphilly.org | Email: wmaster@familiesforwardphilly.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    40. Church of the Advocate - Advocate Cafe - North Philadelphia West 1801 W Diamond St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The Advocate Cafe which has been a part of the community since 1983provides between 75-125 meals a day. Phone: 12159788000 | URL: http://www.churchoftheadvocate.org | Email: office@churchoftheadvocate.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 12:00pm to 1:00pm | Application Process: Walk in | Eligibility Requirements: For the homeless and low income population in Philadelphia
    41. Old St. Josephs Roman Catholic Church - Outreach Center for the Homeless 321-27 Willings Aly Philadelphia, PA 19106
      The eating of food has always been an important part in the church. In some churches, it is done to celebrate with members and friends after services while other times meals are shared among those who need them most like homeless people or anyone else that may be hungry outside their home at any given timeThe Diocese Of Baton Rouge’s Project Bread offers this service where they cook hot dinners every Sunday for free which you can come watch if your interested! Phone: 12159232381 | URL: http://www.oldstjoseph.org | Email: germane@oldstjoseph.org | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-923-1733 or visit ourwebsite at http://www.oldstjoseph.org/index.html
    42. Food Trust - Nutrition Education 1617 John F Kennedy Blvd Ste 900 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The Food Trust partners with schools and after-school programs inthe Philadelphia, Norristown and Reading regions to teach more than65,000 children and their parents about healthy eating.Our team of nutrition educators focuses on teaching the importanceof good nutrition and physical activity, introducing children tofresh, nutritious food, connecting students and teachers to areafarms, and educating parents about developing healthy eating habitsat home. A study published in the journal Pediatrics found thatthis comprehensive approach to nutrition education reduced theincidence of childhood overweight by 50 percent.Visithttp://www.thefoodtrust.org/php/programs/nutrition.education.phpfor more information on staying healthy. Phone: 12155750444 | URL: http://www.thefoodtrust.org | Email: contact@thefoodtrust.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm | Application Process: Call us at 215-575-0444 or email us at contact@thefoodtrust.org. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for eligibility information
    43. Feast of Justice - Community Cupboard 3101 Tyson Ave Philadelphia, PA 19149
      Offers a monthly food cupboard for those who need it at St. Johns Lutheran Church, which is always open and willing to help! | URL: http://www.feastofjustice.org | Email: info@feastofjustice.org | Hours: Tue 9:00am to 12:00pm (appointment only) and 12:00 to 1:00pm (walkup) Sat 10:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 3:00pm (appointment only) and3:00pm to 4:00pm (walk up) | Application Process: Must complete intake form. Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Northwest Philadelphia residents in the following zipcodes: 19111,19114, 19115, 19116, 19124, 19135, 19136, 19149, 19152, or 19154
    44. City of Philadelphia Office of Children and Families | Free Food & Meals | www.phila.gov/food 1515 Arch St Fl 8 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Provides packed student meals during Covid-19 Phone: 12156836012 | URL: https://www.phila.gov/families | Email: OCFCommunications@phila.gov | Hours: Website 24/7. Site hours vary. | Application Process: Visit the | Eligibility Requirements: Check specific sites for information about enrollment requirements,etc.
    45. Philabundance - Fresh For All 3616-40 S Galloway St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Now you can get your hands on the best produce without having to pay an arm and leg! Fresh For All is here, literally at our doorsteps. This program provides high quality fruits & vegetables at a discounted rate for those who need it most--those living in low income communities that have been historically overlooked by grocery stores or other sources of fresh food due their proximity from one another but also because they lack resources like money needed just so someone else may do something simple like picking up some groceries off shelves instead going out themselves. Phone: 12152201920 | URL: https://www.philabundance.org/learn/about-us/programs/fresh-for-all/ | Email: kgudgeon@philabundance.org | Application Process: Individuals must register for the program, registrants are asked toprovide basic household information for program funding purposes.NoID is required. Participating in Fresh For All does not affect anygovernment benefits individuals may be receiving. All arearesidents welcome. Please bring your own bags or boxes. Please call for locations(s) details.
    46. Germantown Avenue Crisis Ministry - Emergency Food Cupboard 35 W Chelten Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Distributes packages of perishable and non-perISHables on a first come/first served basis. The Turkey Day Basket is available during the holiday period! Phone: 12158432340 | URL: https://www.crisisministry.org/ | Email: info@fpcgermantown.org | Hours: Social Service Mon- Wed 9am-2pm Food Cupboard Thu 10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Application Process: All service begins with a call to the office. 215-843-2340. PerCOVID 19 most social service is remote. Office aid is byappointment. No walk-in service. Call for more information. | Eligibility Requirements: GACM targets NW Phila, zip codes 19118,19119, 19126, 19138, 19144,19150. Information shared freely with everyone. Services requiredocumentation of id, residency,income, household composition.
    47. First African Baptist - The Feeding Ministry 6700-12 Lansdowne Ave Philadelphia, PA 19151
      The finest restaurant style lunch in all of New York City. Phone: 12154733200 | URL: http://www.thefabchurch.org | Email: office@thefabchurch.org
    48. Community Action Agency of Delaware County 1414 Meetinghouse Road Boothwyn, PA 19061
      Provides employment and life skills training, and emergency housing, utility, shelter, and food assistance. Phone: (610) 891-5101 Chester Office (610) 874-8451 Darby Office (610) 583-9133 | URL: www.caadc.org | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    49. Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation - Family Support Services - Philadelphia; Chinatown 1001 Vine St Fl 2 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Social service enrollment and renewal, including but not limitedto: Medicaid, LIHEAP, PA-1000, PECO CAP, phone assistance programs,senior citizen water bill discount, SNAP and VITA. Phone: 12159226156 | URL: http://www.chinatown-pcdc.org | Email: info@chinatown-pcdc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Food Pantry: Fridays, 11:00am to 2:00pm | Application Process: Please call and make an appointment or to see if walk in hours areavailable for this service and for specific information ondocumentation required for service. | Eligibility Requirements: PCDC serves low-to-moderate income individuals living in thegreater Philadelphia region, and New Jersey.
    50. Golden Star Baptist Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 1635-39 N 27th St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Imagine a world where your hunger is not just bearable, but pleasant and satisfying. Thats the idea behind emergency food programs like The Ready Project - which helps people find their local crisis center to get immediate assistance from nutritious meals or snacks delivered right to them in times of need.The goal? To reduce chronic poverty by providing those most vulnerable with access so they can make better choices about what happens next: whether it’s getting back on track financially; gaining self-worth through education (or even finding love!) Phone: 12157692235 | Hours: 12:00pm - 3:00pm | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation.
    51. Good Samaritan Baptist Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 6148 Lansdowne Ave Philadelphia, PA 19151
      Theyre there for you when nothing else will. Phone: 12158777537 | URL: https://gsbconline.weebly.com/index.html | Email: goodsamaritanbaptist@verizon.net | Hours: Wednesday, 9:00am to 1:00pm | Eligibility Requirements: Serve only residents of 19151 or 19131.
    52. Crusaders for Christ Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 1201 S 47th St Philadelphia, PA 19143
      The first response to an emergency is often a mad dash for food, but this can result in people going without necessities like canned goods or cereal. With our grocery delivery service youll never have these worries again! | URL: https://crusadersforchristpa.org | Email: crusadersforchristpa@gmail.com | Application Process: Call for information.
    53. Philadelphia Housing Authority - Summer Food Service Program 2013 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Povides meals for children who normally receive subsidized mealsfrom their school. Located at 18 various PHA community centersaround Philadelphia, SFSP serves two healthy meals a day-eitherbreakfast or snack and a hot lunch while school is out. Phone: 12156843959 | URL: http://www.pha.phila.gov | Email: info@pha.phila.gov | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm.Program hours vary, call for information. | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: Residents of Philadelphia Housing Authority.
    54. Grands As Parent's (G.A.P.'s) - Food Cupboard 2227 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The Emergency Food Cupboard provides food for the hungry. It operates through a referral system and its goal is to end hunger in our community by providing emergency relief within 24 hours of receiving donations, which are then distributed locally or transmitted across county lines as needed based on population density levels throughout each region it serves; they also distribute non-perishable items such canned goods/boxes milk etc., nutritional snacks with an emphasis towards fresh produce (i..e fruit)and other perishables like cereal . Phone: 18772365848 | URL: http://www.gapsnow.org | Email: grandsasparents1@verizon.net | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 12:00 pm | Application Process: For additional information, call or visit website | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals with food insecurities
    55. Holy Innocents Social Ministry - Emergency Food Cupboard 1337 E Hunting Park Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      The mission of this organization is to provide emergency food for families in need. Phone: 12157432600 | URL: http://www.holyinnocentsrc.org/ | Email: development@holyinnocentsrc.org
    56. Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church - Emergency Food Cupboard - East 2800 W Cheltenham Ave Philadelphia, PA 19150
      Provides emergency food and information to help you decide if its right for your family. You can call the hotline or website below, but please note that these services are provided on an eligibility basis only - meaning there may be some restrictions in place because of limited resources available at any given time (e.g., number of visits per month). Phone: 12152767200 | URL: http://www.enontab.org/ | Email: enon@enontab.org | Application Process: Not Available
    57. Philadelphia Senior Center - In-Home Support Services 509-11 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      The mission of this program is to provide early intervention and prevention for eligible homebound seniors. Some services that are offered include advocacy, delivered meals (home cooked or restaurant), homemaker service(temporary) house cleaning & laundry assistance with an emphasis on personal care needs such as bathed daily bathroom activities; minor repairs around thehouse like repairing leaky faucet heads/sinks etc.; Senior companions who can come into your home once weekly if needed plus adaptive equipment transportior other kinds too! Phone: 12155465879 | URL: http://www.philaseniorcenter.org | Email: info@newcourtland.org | Application Process: For information about this program call (215) 546-5879
    58. Liberty Lutheran - West Philadelphia Senior In-Home Support 1016-26 N 41st St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      This program offers a comprehensive package of supports to help individuals prevent or postpone further decline, promote independence and regain control. Clients receive various in-home services as well personalized counseling for access benefits & entitlements that are needed throughout the process Phone: 12153860379 | URL: http://www.westphilaseniorcenter.org | Email: info@libertylutheran.org | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Adults 60 years and older residing in West Philadelphia.
    59. Hope Partnership for Education - High School Support Program 2601-13 N 11th St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      We all know the feeling of excitement and nerves leading up to a bigimportant event like high school graduation. But for some, this is just one more obstacle on their path towards success—a chance theyll have less access or funds than others who are able practice whats been taught at home without any extra help because these things dont always come cheap! The High School Support Program helps students prepare not only academically but also socially so that when it comes time for them enter into those twelfth grade classes there will already be established friendships along with strong leadership skills which pave way into becoming an productive member within society Phone: 12152325410 | URL: http://www.hope-partnership.org | Email: info@hope-partnership.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 7:00pm | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-232-7510 or visit ourwebsite at www.hopepartnershipforeducation.org | Eligibility Requirements: Graduate Support Students must be a graduate of Hopes MiddleSchool.
    60. Feast of Justice - Senior Boxes 3101 Tyson Ave Philadelphia, PA 19149
      Senior Boxes is a Commodity Supplemental Food Program distributionsite for low-income seniors ages 60 or older. Phone: 12156242938 | URL: http://www.feastofjustice.org/programs/hunger-programs/ | Email: feastofjustice@verizon.net | Hours: Pick up monthly, beginning the 2nd Thursday of the month. | Application Process: Must complete application form; Call for information
    61. Philadelphia Senior Center - Lunch Program 509-11 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Offers a nutritious choice of hot or cold lunch for a suggestedcontribution. Lunch reservations are required 2 weeks in advance oryou may come in a day you wish to eat and put name on waiting list. Phone: 12155465879 | URL: http://www.philaseniorcenter.org | Email: info@newcourtland.org | Application Process: Call for more information. Registration is required to receive amembership card, which is needed for lunch. Standard membership isfree.
    62. Men & Women For Human Excellence - Free Transportation and Free Lunch Services 2603 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The free lunch program provides nourishment to those who need it most. Meals on Wheels may not be ableto make a drastic change in someones life, but they can provide something valuable; this includes nutritious food that will keep up your strength and energy levels while also giving you the opportunity for socialization with others sharing similar interests as yourself! Phone: 12152782201 | URL: http://www.mwfhe.org | Email: jstoryj@mwfhe.org
    63. KleinLife - In Home Support Program 10102 Jamison Ave Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Home Helpers strives to help seniors age in place. Our team of skilled,trained professionals provides personalized service plans for those who qualify based on income or assets and other factors that affect their ability to live at home safely without constant supervision . We offer short term needs such as personal hygiene products which can be used day-to click while also providing long term support with nutritious meals delivered right  home every week , transportation if needed so you dont have trouble getting around town safely when its time Phone: 12156987300 | URL: http://www.kleinlife.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 7:30am to 9:30pm; Friday, 7:30am to5:30pm Saturday, 1:00pm to 5:30pm; Sunday, 12:00pm to 5:30pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    64. Germantown SDA Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 200 E Cliveden St Philadelphia, PA 19119
      This pantry is open to all residents of the community. When you need food, just stop by! Phone: 12158496967 | URL: http://www.germantown22.adventistchurchconnect.org | Email: churchclerk@germantownsda.com | Hours: Hours vary. Call for information. | Application Process: Call to check food availability | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    65. Philly Restart - Weekly Meal
      Provides a meal to homeless individuals that are hungry. Food linesserve 150-300 individuals every Monday. Phone: 12156271656 | URL: http://www.phillyrestart.com/ | Email: helpinghandphilly@gmail.com | Hours: Every Monday, 4:00pm - 5:00p.m. | Application Process: Can meet at the location or email for more information. | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals who are experiencing homelessness.
    66. North Light Community Center - Community Food Cupboard 175 Green Ln Philadelphia, PA 19127
      Provides grocery items (fresh, shelf-stable and non-food) throughCHOICE Pantry Model to households in need. Program operates twice aweek on Monday & Friday from 11:30am-12:30pm. Intake begins at11:30. We also provide home delivery to high risk individuals dueto COVID-19. Phone: 12154834800 | URL: http://www.northlightcommunitycenter.org | Email: imadrak@northlightcommunitycenter.org | Hours: Monday and Friday, 11:30pm to 12:30pm. | Application Process: Submit a Food Pantry application, ID and proof of income. | Eligibility Requirements: Program mostly serves those who live, work, worship or attendschool in Philadelphia zip codes of 19127, 19128 or 19129 or thosewith referrals from organizations located in those zip codes. Wedont turn anyone away first time. Refer to other locations closerto their community if not close. Must meet FPIG income guidelines.
    67. KleinLife - Rhawnhurst 2101 Strahle St Philadelphia, PA 19152
      The Greater Northeast Senior Center offers a variety of services to the aging population in our area. They can be found at any time getting Together for lunch or finding help with educational programs that will keep them busy until theyre ready retirement age, when social events like potlucks become more appealing than exercise classes! Phone: 12157453127 | URL: http://www.KleinLife.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 7:30am to 9:30pm Friday, 7:30am to 5:30pm Saturday, 1:00pm to 5:30pm Sunday 12:00pm to 5:30pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    68. Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 3529 Haverford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104
      This company is there for you when the need arises. Phone: 12152223570 | Hours: Wednesday through Thursday, 9:00am to 1:00pm | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation. | Eligibility Requirements: Serves Philadelphias 19104 zip code area
    69. Project HOME - Stephen Klein Wellness Center 2144 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Medical services are provided at no cost to you. This includes primary care, behavioral health care and dental practices as well with pharmacy on the horizon! Weve got it all covered here in our community resource center - so stop by today or call (555) 555-5535 if theres anything else we can help out with while yourre waitin. You deserve some rest after a long day; come stay awhile Phone: (215) 320-6187 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org | Email: info@projecthome.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm Tuesday, 8:30am to 7:00pm | Eligibility Requirements: Must be a patient of the Stephen Klein Wellness Center.
    70. Old First Reformed United Church of Christ - Saturday Morning Breakfast and Clothing Cupboard 139 N 4th St Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Currently, serving to-go breakfast for up to 50 people. To-gobreakfast includes a hot breakfast item, coffee, drink, and varioussnack items. We are also handing out seasonal clothing, andtoiletries such as shampoo, lotion, deodorant, etc Phone: 12159224566 | URL: http://www.oldfirstucc.org | Email: admin@oldfirstucc.org | Hours: Saturday, 8:30am to 10:30am | Application Process: No intake, anyone welcome to come share a meal. | Eligibility Requirements: All are welcome, no ID is required
    71. Lutheran Settlement House - Free Community Meal - Philadelphia; Kensington 1340-52 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Monthly free meal. Open to all in the community.Food pantry open from 10-3, Monday-Friday. Phone: 12154260581 | URL: http://www.lutheransettlement.org | Email: dchiles@lshphilly.org | Hours: Food Pantry hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 3:00pm Community meal hours vary please call for information | Application Process: Please call for more information. | Eligibility Requirements: No requirements, all are welcome.
    72. KleinLife - Home Delivered Meals 10102 Jamison Ave Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Home-delivered, chef-prepared meals for seniors who cant cook or shop themselves. Phone: 12156987300 | URL: http://www.kleinlife.org | Hours: Monday through Thursday, 7:30am to 9:30pm; Friday, 7:30am to5:30pm Saturday, 1:00pm to 5:30pm; Sunday, 12:00pm to 5:30pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Service is offered for seniors
    73. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard - Grays Ferry 3225 Reed St Philadelphia, PA 19146
      The Food Bank provides emergency food for people in need. You can call to find out if the foods available meet your eligibility requirements and how often theyre open! Phone: 12154650300 | Application Process: Call for information.
    74. Old Saint Josephs Roman Catholic Church - Food, Faith, and Friends - Old City 321 Willings Alley 4th and Walnut Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Parish based program providing a freshly prepared meal Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Guests can obtain a number at 10am at the 4th and Walnut Street doorway; doors open at 10:30am with a single lunch seating at 11am. Capacity is limited, a case manager from a local shelter is on site several times a week, toiletries are provided when available. Volunteers are usually available to assist with applications for SNAP and other public benefits. Phone: (215) 923-2381 | URL: http://www.oldstjoseph.org | Email: faithandfriends@oldstjoseph.org | Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays 10:30am, meal served at 11am | Target Group: Adults | Fees: None | Application Process: Walk in | Eligibility Requirements: Adults over age 18 | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: Varies | ADAAccess: Yes
    75. Maternity Care Coalition - MOMobile (West Philadelphia) 3933 Lancaster Ave Ste 101 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      This program provides free home visiting services to families across Southeastern Pennsylvania. Different sites have specialty programs that vary by duration and intensity, but they all provide critical support for pregnant women or new parents in their area with resources on offered including medical care if necessary as well education about whats going around them at the time so you can make better decisions going forward Phone: 12153863390 | URL: http://www.maternitycarecoalition.org | Email: mnyamukapa@maternitycarecoalition.org | Hours: Hours may vary. | Application Process: Call or go online for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Pregnant women, new parents and families with children ages 0-3
    76. MANNA (Metropolitan 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 | Target Group: Adults
    77. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard - Tabernacle 3150 N Mascher St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      The food bank is open to anyone in need. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00am until 4pm, but you should call ahead just as soon - maybe even before! Phone: 12154235303 | Application Process: Call for information.
    78. Philadelphia Corporation for Aging - Home Delivered Meals 642-48 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Makes sure that no senior citizen goes without hot or frozen meals. Phone: 12157659000 | URL: https://www.pcacares.org/ | Email: info@pcaCares.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Must undergo assessment. Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: - Inability to cook, food shop, or attend congregate mealprograms;- Live alone and not have someone available who can help preparemeals, or lacking the financial resources to meet nutritional needs
    79. Norris Square Neighborhood Project - After School Program for High School Students 2141 N Howard St Philadelphia, PA 19122
      What if you could have a space where people from all walks of life are welcome? Where they can come together, learn about one anothers cultures and explore social justice issues through creative expression. Thats what NSNP is working towards! They offer youth programs that empower young adults while teaching them to grow into responsible global citizens with the skills needed not only in today’s world but also tomorrow - such as sustainable agriculture techniques which will help feed everyone on this planet... Phone: 12156342227 | URL: https://myneighborhoodproject.org/ | Email: teresa@myneighborhoodproject.org | Hours: Weekdays, 10:00am to 6:00pm | Application Process: For more information about NSNPs Program, call Evelyn Matos at267-245-0142 or email evelyn@myneighborhoodproject.org or fax to215-634-4990 | Eligibility Requirements: The youth NSNP targets reside in households in the West Kensingtonarea of Philadelphia.
    80. Meals on Wheels at Northeast 6500 Tabor Road Philadelphia, PA 19111
      Provides home-delivered meals services to people in need. Includes history, membership benefits, training and conference schedule, and links to partners. Phone: (215) 745-9066 | URL: https://www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org/ | Email: nemealsonwheels@msn.com | Target Group: Adults, Seniors
    81. Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission - Emergency Services 302-12 N 13th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      provides nutritious meals to those who come at the right time! Phone: 12159226400 | URL: http://www.sundaybreakfast.org | Email: sbrubaker@sundaybreakfast.org | Hours: Monday through Friday: Breakfast 7:00am Lunch: 12:00pm Dinner: 5:00pm to 6:00pm | Application Process: To receive a bed, please arrive before 7:00 PM. -Your bag will be checked, and you will receive a meal and a showerbefore bed. -You do not need to call ahead, but if you have questions pleasecall the homeless services team at (215) 922-6400 ext. 1050. -The Mission is located at 302 North 13th Street in Philadelphia,just north of Vine Street. The closest public transportation is theRace/Vine stop of the Broad Street Line. -When you arrive, please use the entrance off Pearl Street. | Eligibility Requirements: Emergency shelter: men only.
    82. Philadelphia Department of Public Health - WIC - Girard Avenue 301-21 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Provides nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women,new mothers, infants and children under age 5. WIC distributes foodvouchers which may be exchanged for milk, cheese, eggs, cereal,juice, vegetables, peanut butter, beans and formula in most grocerystores. WIC also provides breastfeeding support and information,referrals for health care and other services. Phone: 12156853816 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health//index.html
    83. Old St. Joe's Outreach (Evening Carewalk) 4th and Walnut Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Private soup kitchen and outreach center. No shelter available. Offers lunch Feb. 15th through June 15th on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Also has the "Take Care Walk" Program in which they offer food on the corner of Front and Walnut on Tuesdays/Wednesdays at 6pm. Phone: (215) 923-2381 | URL: https://oldstjoseph.org/
    84. North City Congress - In-Home Support Program 1438 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides short-term assistance and on-going basic support for olderadults 60+ who may need a little extra help to continue to live intheir home independently. Services may include:- Assistance with applying for benefits and entitlements- Housing and utility advocacy- Adaptive equipment- Minor home repairs- Home delivered meals- Companionship- Transportation to medical appointments Phone: 12159781300 | URL: http://north-city.org/ | Email: info@north-city.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    85. Tenth Presbyterian Church - Meals 1701 Delancey St Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Offers meals to the needy every second Sunday of the month at 1:00pm. | URL: http://www.tenth.org | Hours: Second Sunday of each month, 1:00 pm | Application Process: Walk-ins accepted | Eligibility Requirements: Open to the homeless and those in need
    86. Philadelphia Housing Authority - Healthy Cafe 2013 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      The food bank is a nonprofit organization that operates at Wilson Park. They provide healthy and delicious options for those who need them, with or without garbage disposal credit! Phone: 12156840393 | URL: http://www.pha.phila.gov | Email: info@pha.phila.gov | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm. | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Seniors who are residents of Philadelphia Housing Authority.
    87. Philadelphia County Assistance Office - Replacement Snap Benefits 801 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      SNAP recipients who lost food during a disaster can contact theirlocal county assistance office within 10 days of the disaster tosee if they qualify for replacement benefits for the amount of foodlost Phone: 12155607226 | URL: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/CAO-Contact.aspx | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm | Application Process: Contact your local County Assistance Office or call thePhiladelphia Customer Service Center at 215-560-7226. You will needto fill out the affadavit attesting to the dollar amount of food lost. | Eligibility Requirements: Current SNAP recipients only
    88. NORTH 1300 W Lehigh Avenue 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: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
    89. United Methodist Neighborhood Services - Emergency Food Cupboard 47-51 E Haines St Fl 3 Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Provides emergency food. Call to find out if they accept government assistance, what the requirements are for being eligible in that program and when their hours of operation areThe above passage may have been more interesting had it not contained so many words fromHunts article about how great these non-profit organizations ____ (insert word)! | URL: https://www.epaumc.org/ministry/mission-outreach/umns/ | Email: umns1973@gmail.com
    90. Philadelphia Senior Center - Lunch Program - Tioga Branch 1900 W Allegheny Ave Philadelphia, PA 19132
      The Philadelphia Senior Center - Allegheny is a great place to go for all your senior needs. They offer meals, recreation and transportation as well as education on topics like computer training or volunteer opportunities! Phone: 12152279999 | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call for more information. Registration is required to receive amembership card, which is needed for lunch. Standard membership isfree.
    91. Philadelphia Department of Public Health - WIC - 43rd Street 555 S 43rd St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women,new mothers, infants and children under age 5. WIC distributes foodvouchers which may be exchanged for milk, cheese, eggs, cereal,juice, vegetables, peanut butter, beans and formula in most grocerystores. WIC also provides breastfeeding support and information,referrals for health care and other services. Phone: 12156857505 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health//index.html
    92. Nutritional Development Services - Wellness Policy 222 N 17th St Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is committed to improving the physical well-beingand academic success among its students by providing a school environment free from ills that could hinder either one. One way they do this? Theyve created policies addressing nutrients in food, education on nutrition topics like exercise or screen time habits for kids who need guidance with these issues due outtside factors such as family income level (or lack thereof). Phone: 12158953470 | URL: http://nutritionaldevelopmentservices.org/ | Hours: Call for information | Application Process: For additional information, please call 215-895-3470 or visit ourwebsite at http://www.ndsarch.org | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    93. Women, Infants & Children Program 1260 E Woodland Avenue Springfield, PA 19064
      Provides supplemental foods and nutrition education to pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants, and young children up to age 5. Chester Office (610) 497-7660 Darby Office (610) 352-7925 Springfield Office (610) 328-7930 | URL: http://www.wicprograms.org/ci/pa-philadelphia | Target Group: Women, Children
    94. Public Health Management Corporation - Health Connection 1900 N 9th St Ste 104 Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Theyre more than just a doctors office; they provide primary care, including physical exams and behavioral healthcare consultation. They also have family planning services that can help you decide what kind of birth control is best for your situation as well as health education lessons on things like condoms or STDs to prevent them from happening in the first place! Phone: 12154737451 | URL: http://www.phmc.org | Hours: Monday, Tuesday, 8:30am to 5:00pm Wednesday, Thursday, 8:30am to 8:00pm Friday, 8:30am to 3:00pm Saturday, 8:30am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Walk in or call to schedule an appointment. | Eligibility Requirements: Services are open to any patient regardless of ability to pay;sliding fee is available for uninsured and under insured patients.
    95. Saint John's Memorial Baptist Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 2853-61 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      The organization provides emergency food to those in need. Phone: 12154232221 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/STJOHNMBC2/ | Email: ministerjohnnyo@gmail.com | Application Process: Call to check food availability, eligibility requirements, andhours of operation.
    96. One Care - Health Care Services 10050 E Roosevelt Blv Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Helping your loved one remain in their own home is the aim of personal care, such as help with bathing or dressing. Homemaking services provide assistance around the house including cleaning up messes made by guests who might have come over without being asked first! Cooking meals can be an excellent way for someone youre caring about to get some exercise while still maintaining good nutrition - all from inside their comfort zone at this specially tailored rate.. If they need medical attention outside normal office hours then theres no problem because our health aides are happy (and licensed) To visit them anywhere day/night via Phone: 12157221227 | URL: http://www.onecarephilly.com | Email: Onecareinc@yahoo.com | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5;00pm | Application Process: Call the Office or the Intake Coordinator at 215-722-1227 | Eligibility Requirements: Seniors in Philadelphia
    97. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard - Temple 1340 Brown St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The shelter is providing food for those in need. You can call them at (555) 555-5500 or visit their website to find out more about the availability of this service as well as any eligibility requirements that may apply! Phone: 12157171169 | URL: https://easternusa.salvationarmy.org/eastern-pennsylvania/greater-philadelphia/ | Application Process: Call for information.
    98. Saint John's Evangelical Lutheran Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 3101 Tyson Ave Philadelphia, PA 19149
      The Northeast Philadelphia community is in need of emergency food donations. The non-perishable items will be distributed through Thembisasprogram, which provides breakfast for students every day at no cost or reduced price to their families Phone: 12156245505 | URL: http://www.stjohnsmayfair.org/ | Email: stjohnsmayfair@verizon.net
    99. Self - Emergency Food - Outley House 6901 Woodland Ave Philadelphia, PA 19142
      The food bank is a much-needed service, as it provides nutritious food to those in need. Every week they distribute bags filled with all different types of vegetables and fruit noodles (including the popular toilet paper!)to canned goods such as beans or tomatoes; even cereal! You can donate your gently used clothes too: if these items arent dirty for them because these items will go straight into their ovens when needed most . Donations are accepted anytime so if you have any oldwear near completion - don’t throw away!, just bring them by one our centers located throughout Miami Dade County Phone: 12157242948 | Email: RebuildingLives@selfinc.org | Application Process: Not Available
    100. Philabundance - Free Food Finder - Regional 3616-40 S Galloway St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Tired of the same old, boring food? Now you can find great recipes and dishes right at your fingertips with our regional free recipe finder! Phone: 12153390900 | URL: http://www.philabundance.org/ | Email: jbarnhart@philabundance.org | Hours: Website available 24 hours a day 7 days a week | Application Process: https://www.philabundance.org/find-food/ | Eligibility Requirements: Available to all
    101. St. John's Hospice - Day Services 1221-23 Race St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Day Services offers a variety of services to adult males inneed.Services available include:- Meal Feeding Program (12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Monday through Fridayexcept the 2nd Tuesday of each month)- Medical Nurse (8:30 am to 3:00 pm Tuesday and Friday)- Day Service Case Manager (12:00 pm to 3:00 pm Monday throughFriday)- Hall Mercer Mental Health Services (1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Monday andWednesday) Phone: 12155637763 | URL: http://saintjohnshospice.org/ | Email: rswitzer@chs-adphila.org
    102. Saint Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 5918 N 5th St Philadelphia, PA 19120
      Provides the most important thing in life - food for thought. Phone: 12154244800 | URL: https://www.stpaulsinolney.org/ | Email: admin@stpaulslutheranchurchonline.org | Hours: Wednesday, 9:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Must lived in Philadelphia County.
    103. The Church of Philadelphia - Food Programs 1629 Snyder Ave Philadelphia, PA 19145
      The Emergency Food Lovers Club offers a monthly first-come, first serve basis for emergency food. Phone: 12672392746 | URL: http://metaphordesignwebs.com/wod/ | Email: leon.pace@comcast.net
    104. Philadelphia Corporation for Aging - Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program - Philadelphia County 642-48 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) is a great way to get fresh, nutritious food in your diet. They provide low income seniors with that opportunity by allowing them the chance of purchasing locally grown produce from approved farmers markets all across Pennsylvania! Phone: 12157659000 | URL: https://www.pcacares.org/ | Email: info@pcaCares.org | Application Process: Please call 215-765-9040 for application and other information | Eligibility Requirements: Seniors must be 60 years of age or older and meet the federalincome guidelines. The checks are available on a first come firstserve basis. The 2020 household income guidelines are as follows:
    105. United Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Benefits Access Center 2029 S 8th St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      This program offers emergency utilities and weatherization needs to help families in need. They also address budgeting concerns, especially when it comes time for you fill out an application form or give feedback about their services on the phone! The counselors will screen people who call into this line looking at Medicaid benefits as well TANF- State Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Limited Income Home Energy Programme(LIHEA Phone: 12154681645 | URL: http://www.ucsep.org | Email: intake@ucsep.org | Hours: Walk-in: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 10:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call 215-468-1645, ext. 7200 for further details. | Eligibility Requirements: Philadelphia residents
    106. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard - Germantown 2601-13 N 11th St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      To ensure that you have food available in case of an emergency, call this number. The person on the other end will help answer any questions and provide information about what they can offer for your needs! Phone: 12152252700 | Application Process: Call for information.
    107. USO of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey - Liberty Cares Food Vouchers 2700 Southampton Rd Philadelphia, PA 19154
      Provides grocery vouchers to assist families trying to make endsmeet due to reduced circumstances while the reservist or Guardsmanis activated. Working through military family service agencies, USOwill provide vouchers worth $50. Phone: 12153658010 | URL: http://www.libertyuso.org | Hours: Call for information. | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Services are for military personnel and their families
    108. Philadelphia County Assistance Office - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) 801 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps low income people in Pennsylvania buy food. Those who are eligible receive an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) ACCESS Card to make purchases at grocery stores and supermarkets, which can result with them getting more nutritious diets than they might otherwise be able too! Experiencing a true emergency? Theres always help available for those whose lives have been turned upside down by these situations-- just ask anyone living near Washington DC right now... Phone: 12155607226 | URL: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/CAO-Contact.aspx | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm | Application Process: Apply for or renew your SNAP benefits online by using the . You may call the County Assistance Office for additionalinformation and assistance with the application process. | Eligibility Requirements: There are a few factors that contribute to higher SNAP allowancesand income limits in Pennsylvania. Factors include household size,monthly income, and if a member of your household is 60-years-oldor older, or has a disability. The best way to determine if and howmuch your household will qualify for SNAP is to apply.Click here to learn more about the
    109. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard - Oxford Street 350 W Oxford St Philadelphia, PA 19122
      This food pantry provides emergency meals to those in need. For more information on availability and requirements, please call the hotline at (555) 555-5500 or visit their website for details To have access 24 hours per day 7 daysper week; simply go online here: https://www2usaidnowlementary feedsprojectKids upheldatecontent material Phone: 12152360877 | Application Process: Call for information.
    110. Philadelphia Department of Public Health - WIC 1300-24 W Lehigh Ave Ste 104 Philadelphia, PA 19132
      Provides nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women,new mothers, infants and children under age 5. WIC distributes foodvouchers which may be exchanged for milk, cheese, eggs, cereal,juice, vegetables, peanut butter, beans and formula in most grocerystores. WIC also provides breastfeeding support and information,referrals for health care and other services. Phone: 12159786100 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/health//index.html
    111. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard - Roxborough 6730-40 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19128
      You can find out if your local food bank needs help with emergency supplies by calling them. They will be able to tell you what kind of donations are needed and how many people could benefit from those items at any given time, as well as when the next distribution is scheduled for that area! Phone: 12154834120 | Application Process: Call for information.
    112. Philadelphia Legal Assistance - Guild Food Stamp Clinic - Food Stamp Advocacy 42 S 15th St Fl 4 Philadelphia, PA 19102
      Were here to help you get your food stamps back! We work with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and our student staff are ready when it comes time for them.In addition, we also have more than 20 years experience working on these types cases as well so dont hesitate - just give us call today at (name) __________ Phone: 12155239502 | URL: http://www.law.upenn.edu/probonoprojects/foodstamp/ | Email: foodstamps@law.upenn.edu | Hours: Hours vary, call for information. | Application Process: Call for intake | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals seeking to obtain/maintain food stamp benefits.
    113. Salvation Army - Emergency Services 701-15 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Disasters come in, both natural and man-made forms. Each year, TheSalvation Army serves 1–2 million Americans in dozens of disasterresponse efforts nationwide. And when disaster strikes, TheSalvation Army is often among the first on the scene. Their trainedpersonnel are always available to meet emergencies by providingfood, shelter, clothing and spiritual comfort. In disaster reliefoperation, The Salvation Armys first aim is to meet the basicneeds of those affected—both survivors and first responders.The Salvation Army in the PENDEL Division works closely with localemergency management officials, fire departments and policedepartments to respond to incidents within the community. | URL: http://www.salvationarmypendel.org | Email: cindysalarmy@yahoo.com | Application Process: For information or assistance, call 215-787-2800.
    114. Philadelphia Senior Center - Emergency Food Cupboard 509-11 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Provides emergency food from our pantry to those in need. Call us for information on what we have available, eligibility requirements and hours of operation! Phone: 12155465879 | URL: http://www.philaseniorcenter.org | Email: info@newcourtland.org | Application Process: For information about this program call (215) 546-5879
    115. Salvation Army, Greater Philadelphia - Holiday Services 701-15 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The giving of gifts is one way to show love and gratitude, especially at this time of year when families are gathered together. Gifts can be anything from toys for kids or adults in your life; baskets filled with food items such as fruit pieces--whatever you think will make their day! Weve got all sorts here so stop on by today if theres someone special who deserves it... Phone: 12158254601 | URL: https://easternusa.salvationarmy.org/eastern-pennsylvania/greater-philadelphia/ | Hours: Please Call | Application Process: Call the main switchboard at 215-787-2800, they will then determinewho you should contact in your area for holiday services based onyour needs and zipcode. Every person interested must call thisnumber for help. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    116. Resurrection Baptist Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 1610 N 54th St Philadelphia, PA 19131
      The idea behind this service is to provide a quick response when in need. | URL: http://rbc5401.org/index.html | Email: info@rbc5401.org | Application Process: Call for information.
    117. Share Food Program 2901 W Hunting Park Ave Philadelphia, PA 19129
      Share Food Program provides nutritious boxes of produce and/orshelf-stable food to individuals and households impacted by foodinsecuirty.Share partners with over 150 pantries within Philadelphia and 100senior sites, making it the largest food distribution center in thecity of Philadelphia. | URL: http://www.sharefoodprogram.org | Email: info@sharefoodprogram.org | Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Seniors (60 and older) and 130% below the poverty line, can applyfor the Senior Food Box Program.For Pantries, anyone is eligible by simply filling out a "SelfDeclaration of Need" form at a partnering pantry.
    118. Saint Mark's Church - Food Cupboard 1625 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Serves as the perfect pantry for all your food storage needsComes with everything you need to get started, including spices and baking items! The roomy cabinet offers great organization so that its easy find what recipe calls out when preparing dinner time favorites like Lasagna or Chicken Cordon Bleu. Phone: 12157351416 | URL: http://www.saintmarksphiladelphia.org | Email: stjacobs@saintmarksphiladelphia.org | Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 9:30am to 11:00am | Application Process: Call or website; fill out TEFAP form on first visit. | Eligibility Requirements: Income requirements for eligibilty can be found
    119. The Mitzvah Food Project - KleinLife 10102 Jamison Ave Philadelphia, PA 19116
      Nonperishable food and produce is a vital necessity to many people. This company provides these goods in an effort that they may have what it takes when times get tough, or just need some encouragement during difficult moments of life! Phone: 12158320509 | URL: http://www.jewishphilly.org/programs-and-services/mitzvah-food-project | Email: foodproject@jfgp.org | Hours: Tuesday, 1:00pm to 7:00pm; Wednesday, 10:00am to 5:00pm; Thursday, 10:00am to 3:00pm | Application Process: Must complete a one page intake form that asks basic demographicinformation can call or visit the website for the form.
    120. Saint Paul's Baptist Church - Emergency Food Cupboard 1000 Wallace St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The Feeding America network provides food assistance to people in need. Phone: 12157631502 | URL: http://www.1000wallace.org | Hours: Fourth Saturday of the month, 10:00am to 12:00pm
    121. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard 701-15 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The food bank is open to anyone in need. They provide emergency supplies of nutritious foods, like canned goods and fresh produce that can last for months without going bad or getting moldy - perfect if you lose your job and dont know what will happen next! You won’t have any worries about taking these items home with you either; theyre only allowed one visit each year so as not encourage excessive use (which would mean more wasted funds). The best part? When it comes time Phone: 12157872800 | Application Process: Call for information.
    122. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard - Northeast 4344 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      This pantry is open to anyone who needs emergency food. Its free, but you have to call first and wait in line for about 20 minutes before they can take your details so that means if there are no problems then this will be quick! Phone: 12152883287 | Application Process: Call for information.
    123. Salvation Army - Emergency Food Cupboard - West Philadelphia 5501-5 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19139
      The Food Project provides emergency food to those who need it. If youre looking for some healthy, nutritious meals then give them a call and see what they have available! Phone: 12154741010 | Application Process: Call for information.
    124. SEAMAAC- Hunger Relief (Translation Services Available) 1711 S Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
      SEAMAAC's Hunger Relief program included our weekly Food Panty in which we distribute produce, shelf-stable foods, and other grocery items. It also includes out Elder Grocery Delivery program, where we deliver those same items to elders who are unable to leave their home and make it to our Food Pantry. Phone: (215) 467-0690 , Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 10 am to 2 pm | URL: https://seamaac.org/hunger-relief/ | Email: info@seamaac.org | Hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays 10am-2pm | Application Process: Call or walk in for more information | Eligibility Requirements: Food Pantry is open to all regardless of residency status. We only ask that you come no more than once per week.
    125. Second Antioch Baptist Church 912-18 N 41st Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      Provides emergency food services Church Phone (215) 387-6774 , Mon-Fri 9:30am-2pm | URL: www.secondantiochbaptist.org | Email: secondantioch@comcast.net | Target Group: Open to all
    126. Self - Emergency Food 1211-15 Chestnut St Ste 205 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The Food Bank of Eastern Ontario distributes food to communities in need. If you would like, they can check whether or not your household qualifies for assistance and when the distribution center is open on a daily basis! The goal at our organization is make sure that no one goes hungry because there isnt enough available within walking distance from their home - even if it means providing emergency meals every day until things get back under control again. We do this through two different channels: distributing Rescue Boxes filled with nutritious foods directly into customer’s hands each month as part | URL: https://www.selfincorp.org/ | Email: info@selfincorp.org | Application Process: Not Available
    127. Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Philadelphia 3004 Keenwood Road East Norriton, PA 19403
      Provides services and support to people in need of the most basic necessities: food, shelter, clothing, transportation and emotional comfort. Phone: (484) 704-7153 | URL: http://svdp-phila.info/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    128. Strawberry Mansion Neighborhood Action Center - Food Pantry 2829 W Diamond St Philadelphia, PA 19121
      Provides emergency food to residents in need. | URL: http://www.strawberrymansioncdc.org/ | Email: info@strawberrymansioncdc.org | Hours: Hours vary. | Application Process: Call or email for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Residence in the Strawberry Mansion neighborhood.
    129. The Church of Philadelphia - Community Resource Center 1629 Snyder Ave Philadelphia, PA 19145
      The food and clothes that we provide for those in need is not just about filling their stomachs, but also providing a sense of dignity. The virus has been very difficult on our community; before the epidemic there were vacations Bible school where kids could enjoy themselves while learning more about Gods love as well as having some free time with friends from other churches throughout town who had joined together to host this event Nowadays however all focus changes when you realize how many people are going hungry or becoming homeless due solely because theyve been infected by something—a disease which doesnt discriminate based upon race nor gender (though males seem Phone: 12672392746 | URL: https://www.thechurchofphila.com/ | Email: leon.pace@comcast.net | Application Process: Not Available | Eligibility Requirements: Anyone in need can give us a call and we will try our best toaccommodate them
    130. University City Hospitality Coalition - Meal Service 3720 Spruce St 410 Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The UCHC Meal Service provides hot meals five nights a week and sandwiches on Saturday for poor, homeless persons in West Philadelphia. The menu offers different locations throughout the week so clients can choose where they would like their next meal hosted by this non-profit organization! Phone: 16106394395 | URL: http://www.uchc.phillycharities.org | Hours: Monday at 6:00pm at 3637 Chestnut Street (University Lutheran) Wednesday at 6:00pm at 19 S 38th St, Philadelphia, PA 19104(Episcopal Cathedral) Thursday at 6:00pm at 3916 Locust Walk (St. Marys EpiscopalChurch) Friday at 6:00pm at 401 South 42nd Street (Woodland PresbyterianChurch) Saturday at 12:00pm located at 3916 Locust Walk St. (MarysEpiscopal Church) Certain Sundays from 6:00pm to 7:00pm at 215 S 39th Street (HillelFoundation) | Application Process: No intake | Eligibility Requirements: Services are for those in need in West Philadelphia
    131. 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.wicprograms.org/ci/pa-philadelphia | Email: info@pcom.edu | Target Group: Women | Application Process: Please call for information.
  4. Basic Needs: Housing/Shelter

    1. 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, Adolescents | Application Process: Please apply in person. | 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.
    2. ACHIEVEAbility 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 9am-5pm | Target Group: Varies, depending on program | Fees: None | Application Process: Please call for information. | 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 Program.
    3. Acts Christian Transitional Services 1428 N 28th Street Philadelphia, PA 19121 PO Box 8191 Philadelphia, PA 19101
      Emergency and transitional housing. Programs and Services: 1) Case management 2) Drug and alcohol services 3) Continued Education a. Literacy b. GED c. College Prep 5) Children a. Advocacy b. Case Management c. Recreational/Social 6) Family Reunification counseling and assistance 7) Recreational Programming 8) Aftercare Services a. Alumni Association b. Bright Spaces' c. Case Management/Support 9) Acts Recovery House for Women a. Female recovering addicts Appointment times are determined through the Office of Supportive Housing. Required Documents include photo ID (driver's license or PA non-driver's license), Social Security Cards, and Birth Certificates of parent and all dependents. This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prison Society. Phone: (215) 232-4592 | URL: http://www.actsservices.org | Email: info@actsservices.org | Translation Software available. | Target Group: Women, Women with Children | Eligibility Requirements: Referral through the Office of Supportive Housing, 18 or older, with children, committed to abstain from drugs and alcohol.
    4. Action AIDS I 1216 Arch Street 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/ | Target Group: Adults
    5. Action Wellness - Housing Services 1216-20 Arch St Fl 6 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Action Wellness Housing is dedicated to helping those who are experiencing difficulty finding or maintaining safe, affordable housing. They provide a range of services and options that can assist you in securing your own apartment with help from the staff if necessary! Phone: 12159810088 | URL: https://www.actionwellness.org/ | Email: info@actionwellness.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Anyone struggling with chronic illness or with questions abouthealth and insurance should call our main number and speak with theintake team. | Eligibility Requirements: Provides services to people struggling with HIV Disease and otherchronic illnesses, the LGBTQ community, and people who are at riskfor contracting HIV Disease.
    6. AchieveAbility - Transitional Housing 21 S 61st St Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Provides stable, temporary housing while encouraging clients towork at least 30 hours per week. Also offers training, assessmentand counseling to help clients rejoin workforce. Phone: 12157488750 | URL: https://achieveability.org | Email: info@achieveability.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for information.
    7. Arc of Philadelphia - Housing 2350 W Westmoreland St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      We know that individuals with intellectual anddevelopmental disabilities face many challenges when looking for housing. We aim to provide resources so these people can access safe, spacious apartments or homes which will accommodate their needs Phone: 12152294550 | URL: http://www.arcphiladelphia.org/arc_philadelphia/home.html | Email: contact@arcpddc.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for an appointment. | Eligibility Requirements: Persons with intellectual disability.
    8. Action AIDS II 1026 Arch Street 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: http://actionaids.org/ | Hours: Walk in hours: Monday 11am-1pm, Tuesday 10am-12pm, Wednesday 1pm-4pm, Thursday 12pm-2pm | Target Group: Adults
    9. Bethesda Project 1630 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
      A community for men and women "on the margins of society" and require any of a variety of types of assistance. Must contribute time for chores and a percentage of monthly income. Particular focus on those with mental illnesses or drug problems. Programs/Services Offered: 1) The Bethesda Beacon: Provides food, temporary housing, and referrals to the homeless men and women who are mentally ill/addicted. 2) Our Brothers Place: Emergency shelter services for men. 3) Transitional House: For men, the Transitional House helps men transition to living independently. 4) Permanent Supportive Housing: For men and women to receive support in maintaining their own housing. 5) Independent Housing: Pre-preparation of formerly homeless men and women to live independently by providing a self sufficient living experience. Required Documents: Photo I.D., Birth Certificate Phone: (215) 236-8617 Phone: (215) 985-1600 | URL: www.bethesdaproject.org | Email: info@bethesdaproject.org | Spanish | Target Group: Homeless | Fees: 30% of monthly income | Eligibility Requirements: Prior homelessness | Application Wait: Determined by City Center Intake
    10. 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 | Target Group: Adults
    11. Bethesda Project - Permanent Housing
      The mission of this organization is to provide permanent supportive housing for those experiencing chronic homelessness. Phone: 12159851600 | URL: http://www.bethesdaproject.org | Email: info@bethesdaproject.org | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Referrals are accepted through the | Eligibility Requirements: Individuals (18 years and older) experiencing chronic homelessnessas defined by HUD.
    12. Bethesda Project: Our Brothers Place 907 Hamilton Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Empowering homeless men to reach their full potential as individuals and members of the community. Phone: (215) 978-2892 | URL: www.bethesdaproject.org | Email: info@bethesdaproject.org | Target Group: Adults
    13. Bethesda Project - Our Brothers' Place
      The mission of this organization is to provide emergency shelter for homeless men, including three meals a day and supportive services. Phone: 12159851600 | URL: http://www.bethesdaproject.org | Email: info@bethesdaproject.org | Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Adult men (18+) can access the shelter through referrals from the | Eligibility Requirements: Adult men (18+)
    14. Bethesda Project My Brother's House 609 S 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      Safe Haven for chronically homeless men with a mental health and/or substance abuse issues. Provides mental health care as well as standard services for 20% of residents' income. Phone: (215) 545-3011 | URL: www.bethesdaproject.org | Target Group: Adults
    15. Catholic Social Services - Immigrant, Refugee and Asylee Support 222 N 17th St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The organization is committed to helping those who have been forced from their homes. They provide assistance for refugees and other vulnerable populations so they can begin again on this new continent, free of fear or circumstance that would hold them back in life! Phone: 12673312490 | URL: http://www.catholicsocialservicesphilly.org/ | Email: CSSHelp@chs-adphila.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call for an appointment is preferred, but anyone may walk in and beassisted. | Eligibility Requirements: Call or walk-in to determine eligibility requirements for specificneed.
    16. 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.cvca-pa.org | Email: info@cvca-pa.org | Target Group: Children, youth, families
    17. Congresso de Latinos Unidos 216 W Somerset Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
      All inclusive services with emphasis on helping the Latino Community. All services are fully Bilingual (English and Spanish). Phone: (215) 763-8870 | URL: http://www.congreso.net/ | Spanish | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm | Target Group: Residents of North Philadelphia and East Police Division
    18. 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.
    19. Catholic Social Services - Rent, Mortgage and Utility Assistance 4400 N Reese St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      The mission of this non-profit is to help those who are looking for a helping hand. They offer limited financial assistance towards rent and mortgage as well ongoing support that can be accessed by calling their office, where you will speak directly with someone knowledgeable about what resources may apply in your situation (to do list). Phone: 12673312500 | URL: http://cssphiladelphia.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Application Process: Walk-ins are welcomed, though appointments are appreciated.
    20. Center in the Park - Housing Counselor 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      We know that there are many things to worry about when it comes time for you or your parents get older. You may have questions on how best handle the situation, and were here with answers! Our experts will help make sure nothing goes wrong during this transition- whether its advice about home repair options like installing grab bars in kitchens so people can cook without reaching above their heads; preventing predatory lending by telling lenders what kind of monthly payment they need based off Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, 9:00am to 12:00pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Call for more information
    21. Consortium Seeds of Hope, The 5501 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
      A Community Integrated Recovery Center (CIRC). Phone: (215) 748-8400 | URL: www.consortium-inc.org | Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff | Hours: Please call for hours of operation | Target Group: Adults | Fees: Please contact provider for fee information | Application Process: Call or visit website for additional information | Eligibility Requirements: Please contact provide for more information. | ADAAccess: Please contact facility for accessibility information
    22. Calcutta House 1601 W Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Calcutta House exists to provide housing and other highly supportive services for people living with AIDS in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley Region. 1) Around-the-clock nursing and home health aide services assist each resident with: a. Activities of daily living: (bathing, dressing eating) b. Housekeeping/laundry services c. Medications d. Medical appointments e. Accessing additional prescribed medical services (physical therapy, etc). Recovering from and/or coping with physical disabilities g. Ongoing care assessments, treatment planning and monitoring 2) Social Services Walk-ins: 9am-4pm. Phone: (215) 684-0480 ext 124 | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults | Eligibility Requirements: Living with AIDS -Lack of social/financial support -at risk of becoming homeless -Free of TB -Sobriety -Meet H.U.D criteria.
    23. Center in the Park - Center Services 5818 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The center offers a life-long learning curriculum, vibrant arts and humanities program as well an intergenerational one. They also have many trip opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy! The fitness facilities offer workouts that are tailored towards your needs with classes like Zumba® step aerobics or Bodybar™ toning sessions powered by resistive bands which make exercising fun again while you laugh along at our funny videos projected on wall monitors during faux dance parties hosted weekly live DJ nights where no song is played twice so if theres anything about fitting into old clothes (or buying new ones) being discussed then Phone: 12158487722 | URL: http://www.centerinthepark.org | Email: info@centerinthepark.org | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm; Tuesday andThursday, 8:30am to 4:30pm | Application Process: Call or email info@centerinthepark.org for information.
    24. City of Philadelphia - Office of Housing and Community Development 1234 Market St Ste 17 Philadelphia, PA 19107
      The results of this program are almost too good to be true. The organization helps neighborhoods thrive by engaging residents in sustainable activities that promote local economic development, job creation and safety for all members present within the community as well as its own newcomers who may need assistance learning about what it means “to live green” or how they can start taking care not just their homes but also themselves! Home repairs provided through these initiatives will ensure your home is up-to date with any needed maintenance tasks including insulation installation if ever asked about during inspection day which ensures energy efficiency across every aspect so youre less susceptible should weather changes arrive without warning like Phone: 12156869749 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/ohcd
    25. Dignity Housing 5221 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Services: 1) Housing a. Alicia's House: i. Alicia's House provides intense supportive services within a highly structured environment to families and single females for 18 to 24 months. Families residing in the 16-unit development are headed by single mothers recovering from substance abuse and/or domestic violence situations b. Dignity III-Better Options for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS): Dignity III consists of eight units of housing located next to Alicia's House and serves female-headed families with primarily economic barriers to self sufficiency. Dignity III residents receive housing and supportive services for 18 to 24 months. The program has an intensive workforce and education focus, geared toward enhancing employment for residents. For more information call (215)-843-6248 c. Enhanced Services Project: Dignity offers longer-term housing, up to five years, for higher risk residents that are HIV-positive, have chronic histories of substance abuse, and/or diagnosed with a mental or physical health disability. ESP consists of 36 scattered-site units located throughout Northwest Philadelphia and is Dignity's only program serving male and female heads of household. d. For more information you can log on to Dignity Housing's Website at http://209.240.130.8/whatwedo/programsandservices/providinghousing or email Kate Simmer at ksimmer@dignityhousing.org 2) Self Sufficiency a. Life Skills Development Component i. Income Enhancement and Money Management ii. Education, Health, and Wellness, iii. Job Readiness, Training, and Placement, iv. Home Maintenance v. Parenting and Child Care vi. Homeownership Preparation vii. Leadership Development viii. Community Service b. Case Management c. Health a Wellness Support d. Workforce Development Services e. Adult Basic Education f. For more information log on at http://209.240.130.8/whatwedo/programsandservices/promotingselfsufficiency 3) Opportunities a. Alicia Christian Scholarship Fund: This scholarship exists to reduce financial barriers that prohibit Dignity Housing Residents from successfully pursuing education al advancement and life skills objectives. b. Hosing Placement: This begins shortly after entering Dignity Housing c. Family Activities d. Tenant Council: The Tenant Council works closely with staff at Dignity to review policies and procedures, plan special events and workshops, participate in advocacy efforts, and represent Dignity Housing in the larger community. e. Paths Towards the Future Youth Program: i. Dignity Housing designed the Paths Toward the Future (PATHS) youth program to address these issues. PATHS helps Dignity children develop their potential educationally, socially, intellectually, civically and emotionally. Without intervention and the creation of opportunities, our young people face the prospect of getting caught in the cycle of poverty. With the PATHS program, our young people can develop the self-esteem, education and decision-making skills that place them on the road to an independent future. f. Dignity Housing Afterschool Program: Serves Children from Alicia's House and Dignity III programs to provide free care for children of resident mothers who are either employed or enrolled in educational programs. The Program provides tutoring and homework help every afternoon Monday-Thursday. g. Dignity Drumline: The Dignity Drumline consists of youth ages 5-18 that play a variety of Brazilian percussion instruments. They practice once per week and have performed at several Dignity events as well as throughout Philadelphia. h. Dignity Resource and Opportunity Center (Dignity ROCS): where the PATHS program is held, is a newly renovated space with a computer lab that has two stations specifically set up for the younger children. Dignity Housing's children and youth activities provide a safe, supportive and structured environment for homeless children. This listing was updated by the Pennsylvania Prison Society. Phone: (215) 713-0960 | URL: www.dignityhousing.org | Target Group: Adults
    26. Catholic Social Services - Housing & Homeless Services 222 N 17th St Ste 300 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides housing to homeless individuals, primarily women, across 6facilities:Mercy Hospice - women in recovery, especially with youngchildrenSt. Johns Hospice - menSt. Marys Residence - elderly womenWomen of Hope (2 sites, Vine Street and Lombard Street) - womenwith mental health challengesVisitation Homes - subsidized housing for women with children Phone: 12155873555 | URL: http://cssphiladelphia.org/css/housing/ | Email: cssphiladelphia@chs-adphila.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Application Process: Prefers that you call for an appointment, but anyone may walk inand be assisted.
    27. Covenant House Pennsylvania - Crisis Center 31 E Armat St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The Crisis Center is a 76-bed residence located in the Germantownsection of Philadelphia. The Crisis Center is for youth up to age21 who are in need of emergency shelter are welcome with noquestions asked through a process called Open Intake. The CrisisCenter is open 24 hours per day, seven days per week.Crisis Center Provides- Shelter- Food- Health- Educational- Vocational- Case management- Counseling- Pastoral ministr- Legal advice- Referral to substance abuse treatment and mental health services Phone: 12159515411 | URL: http://www.covenanthousepa.org | Hours: 24/7 | Application Process: Open intake policy for youth 21 and under. | Eligibility Requirements: Youth 21 and under
    28. Clean and Sober Residence 1912 W Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19130
      Provides independent transitional housing. Phone: (215) 765-6944 , 6am-11pm | Email: kalservices1912@gmail.som | Mandarin | Target Group: Adults
    29. Episcopal Community Services 22 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19151 225 S 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
      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: Mon-Fri 9am-4:45pm | Target Group: Open to all | Eligibility Requirements: Varies
    30. Chosen 300 Ministries - Homeless Outreach and Meal Programs 1116 Spring Garden St Philadelphia, PA 19123
      The purpose of this organization is to distribute meals andservices to the homeless, affording positive value programs forinner-city youth. Link below provides all times locations andservices.http://chosen300.org/homeless/homelessservingschedule.html Phone: 12157659806 | URL: http://www.chosen300.org/ | Email: brianjenkins@chosen300.org | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:00 pm , Saturdays 5:00 pm Sundaysstarting at 10:00 am | Application Process: All are welcome regardless of housing situations. | Eligibility Requirements: All services provided to impoverished populations. All person areeligible; there are no requirements; all are served regardless ofrace, age, gender, membership group, etc. No documents needed.
    31. Dawn's Place 48253 PO Box Philadelphia, PA 19144
      We offer individual and group counseling to address the socialpsychological trauma underlying clients involvement with Commercial sexual exploitation. This includes past  sexual, physical or mental abuse as well posttraumatic stress disorder among other issues Phone: 12158492396 | URL: http://www.ahomefordawn.org/index.php | Email: info@ahomefordawn.org | Hours: Program hours vary, call for information. | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: The residence is limited to women age 18 and older who have adesire to leave prostitution (either from the streets or anycommercially based operation) who are:
    32. Concilio (Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations) 705-09 N Franklin Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Concilio provides critical human service programming to more than 9,000 individuals annually in Philadelphia, through programs such as foster care, adoptions services, housing, youth development and after-school programming, and children's immunization outreach for the City of Philadelphia. Concilio is also an arts and cultural convener for the community's most significant and historic events. telephone (215) 627-3100 , 8:30am-5pm | URL: www.elconcilio.net | Spanish | Target Group: Spanish
    33. FEMA: Emergency Rental and Mortgage and Utilities Assistance 2029 S 8th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
      Covers one current month of rent, mortgage or utility payment provided an emergency is present that warrants approval. Phone: (215) 467-8700 | URL: https://www.benefits.gov/benefits/benefit-details/5890
    34. City of Philadelphia Fair Housing Commission 34 S 11th Street 6th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103
      The Fair Housing Commission enforces the Philadelphia Fair Housing Ordinance, Chapter 9-800 of the Philadelphia Code. The law prohibits certain unfair rental practices by landlords against tenants. It also gives the Commission the authority to address unsafe and unhealthy conditions in rental property. Services: Complaints against instances of landlord a. Conducting illegal evictions b. Undue retaliation c. failure to adhere to L&I violations. This listing was updated by the PA Prison Society. Phone: (215) 686-3238 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/fairhousingcommission/Pages/default.aspx | Email: fairhousingcomm@phila.gov | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for information.
    35. Families Forward Philadelphia - Family Shelter 111 N 49th St Philadelphia, PA 19139
      Offers 75 private rooms for each families in need of emergencyshelter. Phone: 12152404800 | URL: http://familiesforwardphilly.org | Email: wmaster@familiesforwardphilly.org | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Referrals from Office of Supportive Housing.
    36. Covenant House Pennsylvania - Outreach 31 E Armat St Philadelphia, PA 19144
      The outreach team is a group of dedicated professionals who spend their days providing food, drink and other essentials for the youth that frequent this shelter. They build relationships with these kids so they know how to get in touch when its time; then offer them services like counseling or referrals if needed! Phone: 12154165920 | URL: http://www.covenanthousepa.org | Application Process: Call for further information.
    37. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Andorra Branch 705 E Cathedral Rd Philadelphia, PA 19128
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852552 | Application Process: Call for information.
    38. City of Philadelphia- Office of Emergency Shelter and Services: Intake for Women and Families 141 N Juniper Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
      OESS intake office for single women, families, and head of household (male or female) with children. This location is primarily for intake processing. Phone: (215) 686-7150 Phone: (215) 686-7152 | URL: www.phila.gov/services/emergency/index.html | Target Group: Women, Families | Application Process: Please call for information.
    39. Family House Norristown 901 DeKalb Street Philadelphia, PA 19401
      Provides long-term residential treatment facility for chemically dependent women and their children. Special components address drug/alcohol addiction and parenting skills, as well as prevention and intervention for the children. Phone: (610) 278-0700 | URL: https://www.rhd.org/program/family-house-now-new-options-for-women/ | Email: familyhouse-n@rhd.org
    40. Devereux Community Services Of Philadelphia 444 Devereux Drive Villanova, PA 19085
      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 | Target Group: Open to all
    41. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Cecil B. Moore Branch 2320-34 Cecil B Moore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19121
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852766 | Application Process: Call for information.
    42. Covenant House Pennsylvania - Rites of Passage - Kensington 2625 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      A 20-bed program comprised of 10, two-bedroom apartment units thatresidents share. The apartments have private bedrooms for sleep andstoring personal belongings. Residents share a kitchen, bathroom,and living room. Each resident also has an additional storagecloset in the main living space. The staff offices are on-site toprovide case management and supervision. Phone: 12159515411 | URL: http://www.covenanthousepa.org | Email: jluchey@covenanthousepa.org | Hours: Please Call | Application Process: Please call for more information. | Eligibility Requirements: 21 and under
    43. First Stop Recovery (Kensington) 2418 Kensington Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Are you searching for a place where recovery feels like coming home? First Stop Recovery offers more than just a program; we provide a genuine family environment for lasting healing from addiction. Detoxed and ready to change? You're invited – no money, insurance, or ID required. What we value most is your commitment to your recovery journey. Your past doesn't define you; your courage to heal does. First Stop (215) 869-8766 , 9am-4pm Program Director Cell Phone 2675745342 , 9am-9pm Coordinator 2154904251 | Email: firststopkensington@gmail.com | Hours: Seven days a week. | Target Group: Adults | Fees: None. Free. | Application Process: Please fax to request application. | Eligibility Requirements: Addiction/Sobriety | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: None | ADAAccess: None | Transportation: Located at York-Dauphin Station train blue line. Easy to get.
    44. Division of Adult Services 20 S 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, and transitional housing. Phone: (610) 713-2365 | URL: http://www.phila.gov/law/socialservices/Pages/HealthandAdultServicesUnit.aspx | Target Group: Adults
    45. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Charles Durham Branch 3320-50 Haverford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156857436 | Application Process: Call for information.
    46. Darlene Morris Emergency Shelter - Emergency Shelter 616 N 43rd St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      The church provides emergency shelter to families in need. Phone: 12152223359
    47. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Chestnut Hill Branch 8711 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19118
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859291 | Application Process: Call for information.
    48. Episcopal Community Services - St. Barnabas Mission for Homeless Families 6006 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19151
      For many single mom families, the strain of poverty is just too much to bear. The Navigation Center provides food and shelter as well as supportive services that help these women get back on their feet. Phone: 12155285400 | URL: http://www.ecsphilly.org | Email: info@ecs1870.org
    49. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Fumo Family Branch 2437 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851758 | Application Process: Call for information.
    50. Diversified Community Services 1920 S 22nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19145
      Provides housing/energy assistance, parenting education, and Anger Management. | Target Group: Adults | Application Process: Please call for more information. | Eligibility Requirements: Please call for more information. | Application Wait: Varies | Service Wait: Varies
    51. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Eastwick Branch 2851 Island Ave Philadelphia, PA 19153
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156854170 | Application Process: Call for information.
    52. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Greater Olney Branch 5501 N 5th St Philadelphia, PA 19120
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852846 | Application Process: Call for information.
    53. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Haddington Branch 446-64 N 65th St Philadelphia, PA 19151
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851970 | Application Process: Call for information.
    54. Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia - Energy Conservation and Weatherization 106 W Clearfield St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      With our help, your home will be more energy efficient and youll have the peace of mind that comes with knowing how much money isnt being wasted on high utility bills. We can seal out drafts from escaping through tiny gaps in doors or windows so no matter where they occur around Pennsylvania whole house air sealing services are available for all types homes—whether its one story tall condominiums or large chestnut mansions! Phone: 12159880919 | URL: http://www.ecasavesenergy.org | Email: info@ecasavesenergy.org | Hours: Program hours vary, call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Contact your nearest neighborhood energy center for eligibilityinformation
    55. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Falls of Schuylkill Branch 3501 Midvale Ave Philadelphia, PA 19129
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852093 | Application Process: Call for information.
    56. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - McPherson Branch 601 E Indiana Ave Philadelphia, PA 19134
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859994 | Application Process: Call for information.
    57. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Haverford Branch 5543 Haverford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19139
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851964 | Application Process: Call for information.
    58. Free Library of Philadelphia Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program 1901 Vine St Philadelphia, PA 19103
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: (215) 686-5322 | Application Process: Call for information.
    59. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Free Library of Philadelphia 6614 N 12th St Philadelphia, PA 19126
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852848 | Application Process: Call for information.
    60. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Northeast Regional Branch 2228 Cottman Ave Philadelphia, PA 19149
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156850500 | URL: https://www.freelibrary.org/ | Application Process: Call for information.
    61. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Independence Branch 18-28 S 7th St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851633 | Application Process: Call for information.
    62. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Blanche A. Nixon-Cobbs Branch 5800 Cobbs Creek Pkwy Philadelphia, PA 19143
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851973 | Application Process: Call for information.
    63. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Holmesburg Branch 7810 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19136
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156858756 | Application Process: Call for information.
    64. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Queen Memorial Branch 1201 S 23rd St Philadelphia, PA 19146
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851899 | Application Process: Call for information.
    65. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Lawncrest Branch 6098 Rising Sun Ave Philadelphia, PA 19111
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156850549 | Application Process: Call for information.
    66. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Charles Santore Branch 932 S 7th St Philadelphia, PA 19147
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156861766 | Application Process: Call for information.
    67. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional Branch 68-76 W Chelten Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852150 | Application Process: Call for information.
    68. Fresh Start Foundation 3023 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134 2920 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19134
      The mission of Fresh Start is to assist chemically dependent, mentally ill, and/ or homeless individuals in gaining the treatment and supports necessary to lead a healthy and productive life. Fresh Start will offer supportive housing and case management which will link their clients to the services and opportunities that lead to a return to individual dignity, self-sufficiency and self-worth. This information was updated by the PA Prison Society. Phone: (215) 427-2096 | URL: https://www.merakey.org/services-fresh-start.html | Email: cliberati2@freshstartfoundation.org
    69. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled 1500-30 Spring Garden St Ste 230 Philadelphia, PA 19130
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156833213 | URL: https://www.freelibrary.org/ | Application Process: Call for information.
    70. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Fishtown Community Branch E Montgomery Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859990 | Application Process: Call for information.
    71. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Katherine Drexel Branch 11099 Knights Rd Philadelphia, PA 19154
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859383 | URL: https://www.freelibrary.org/ | Application Process: Call for information.
    72. Gordon-Wright Community Development Center 2340 Oakdale Street 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 | URL: http://philadelphia.pa.networkofcare.org/mh/ | Email: wrightmrvee@aol.com | Application Process: Please call for information.
    73. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Lovett Memorial Branch 6945 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19119
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852095 | Application Process: Call for information.
    74. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Fox Chase Branch 501 Rhawn St Philadelphia, PA 19111
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156850547 | Application Process: Call for information.
    75. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Lillian Marrero Branch 601 W Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19133
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859794 | Application Process: Call for information.
    76. Granite Hill Properties 3720 Spruce Street Suite 446 Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Provides same day placement in one-two bedroom apartments, single occupancy studio efficiency, and rooms with private bathroom and/or shared kitchen and living space. No credit check, background checks, or fees. Phone: (267) 293-3322 | URL: Phillyroomrents.com | Email: Granitehillproperties@gmail.com | Spanish | Hours: Daily 8am-10pm | Target Group: Open to all | Fees: No Fees | Application Process: Please call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Minimum Income of $730 | ADAAccess: Locations with wheelchair access.
    77. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Ramonita De Rodriguez Branch 600-16 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19123
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156861768 | Application Process: Call for information.
    78. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Frankford Branch 4634-38 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19124
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851473 | Application Process: Call for information.
    79. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Nicetown-Tioga Branch 3720-22 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19140
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859790 | Application Process: Call for information.
    80. Human Good PA - Sponsored Affordable Residential Living - Germantown 18 W Chelten Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144
      Offers 86 units for seniors 62+ and 9 units for adults 18+ withphysical disability. Phone: 12154389779 | URL: https://www.humangood.org/interfaith-house-in-germantown/
    81. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Thomas F. Donatucci, Sr. Branch 1935 Shunk St Philadelphia, PA 19145
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851755 | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Application Process: Call for information.
    82. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Kensington Branch 104-6 W Dauphin St Philadelphia, PA 19133
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859996 | URL: https://www.freelibrary.org/ | Application Process: Call for information.
    83. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Philadelphia City Institute 1905 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19103
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156856621 | Application Process: Call for information.
    84. Human Good PA - Sponsored Affordable Residential Living - Mary Field 2000 S 58th St Philadelphia, PA 19143
      For seniors of limited economic resources, offers 100 1-bedroomunits in a 6-story building. Phone: 12157300691 | URL: https://www.humangood.org/mary-field-presbyterian-apartments/
    85. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - West Oak Lane Branch 2000 E Washington Ln Philadelphia, PA 19138
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852843 | Application Process: Call for information.
    86. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Logan Branch 1333 Wagner Ave Philadelphia, PA 19141
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859156 | Application Process: Call for information.
    87. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Richmond Branch 2987 Almond St Philadelphia, PA 19134
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859992 | Application Process: Call for information.
    88. Inner City Missions - Kingdom Building CDC 2439 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Kingdom Building CDC was established in 2003 by Rev. Frank Vega Jr,the founder of Inner City Missions to help meet the needs of thecommunity through housing, economic development, Youth businesstraining programs, counseling, home ownership, education to promoteindividual self-sufficiency, neighborhood pride and appearance andto create partnership which provide resources for the people of thecommunity. Phone: 12156346635 | URL: http://www.innercitymissions.org | Email: innercitymissions@comcast.net | Application Process: Call for information
    89. Friends Rehabilitation Program - Affordable Rental Housing 704-6 W Girard Ave Philadelphia, PA 19123
      Provides affordable rental housing to low income households,individuals with special needs, and seniors. Units range fromefficiencies, 1-5 bedroom apartments, to single rooms in sharedhousing. Phone: 12158258800 | URL: http://friends-frp.com/affordable-housing/ | Email: csmith@frpinc.org
    90. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Overbrook Park Branch 7422 Haverford Ave Philadelphia, PA 19151
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156850182 | Application Process: Call for information.
    91. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Roxborough Branch 6245 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19128
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852550 | Application Process: Call for information.
    92. 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 | URL: https://www.facebook.com/bodjacchurch/ | Application Process: Please call for information.
    93. Habitat for Humanity 4942 Stiles Street Philadelphia, PA 19131
      Offers a home ownership program for low-income individuals and families. Phone: (215) 477-4639 | URL: http://www.habitatphiladelphia.org/ | Target Group: Open to all | Application Process: Please call for information or apply online.
    94. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Paschalville Branch 6942 Woodland Ave Philadelphia, PA 19142
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156852662 | Application Process: Call for information.
    95. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Walnut Street West Branch 201 S 40th St Philadelphia, PA 19104
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156857671 | Application Process: Call for information.
    96. Kairos House 1440 N Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19121
      36 single room occupancy units for men and women with primary diagnosis of chronic mental illness. Residents provide 30 percent of income toward Room and $110 a month for food. Phone: (215) 763-4783 ext 151 | URL: http://www.projecthome.org/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
    97. Human Good PA - Managed Affordable Residential Living - Neumann 1601 E Palmer St Philadelphia, PA 19125
      Offers 1-bedroom units to low-income seniors 62 years and older. Phone: 12154259502 | URL: https://www.humangood.org/neumann/ | Eligibility Requirements: Must be 62+ and meed HUD income requirements.
    98. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - South Philadelphia Branch 1700 S Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19145
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156851866 | Application Process: Call for information.
    99. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Widener Branch 2808-26 W Lehigh Ave Philadelphia, PA 19132
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859799 | Application Process: Call for information.
    100. Lutheran Settlement House: 43rd Street 25 S 43rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
      A comprehensive emergency homeless shelter in Philadelphia. Has capacity for 29 mothers with children. The Bilingual Domestic Violence Program provides confidential free counseling services for victims and survivors of domestic and dating abuse regardless of gender or sexual orientation. Services include a safe space for in-person or over-the-phone crisis counseling, individual and group counseling, court accompaniment, and education and training. All services are offered in English and Spanish. Bilingual Domestic Violence Program (215) 426-8610 ext 1236 Jane Addams Place (215) 387-2587 | URL: www.lutheransettlement.org | Target Group: Adults
    101. Human Good PA - Managed Affordable Residential Living - Pensdale Apartments 4200 Mitchell St Philadelphia, PA 19128
      Provides subsidized housing to low-income seniors 62+. Phone: 12157540126 | URL: https://www.humangood.org/pensdale-senior-apartments/ | Email: michellerobinson@presbyhomes.org | Eligibility Requirements: Must be 62+ and meet HUD income requirements.
    102. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Tacony Branch 6742 Torresdale Ave Philadelphia, PA 19135
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156858755 | Application Process: Call for information.
    103. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Wynnefield Branch 5325 Overbrook Ave Philadelphia, PA 19131
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156850298 | Application Process: Call for information.
    104. Mental Health Partnerships - Homeward Bound 1305-19 Oak Ln Philadelphia, PA 19126
      Those who suffer mentally and cannot adapt to the shelters more structured environment may find themselves refused access. Those seeking treatment for a mental illness often end up on streets or in jail due lack of proper care, which is why this organization helps match them with shelters so they can be taken off public spaces where their condition will likely worsen without intervention from professionals trained in helping those struggling mentally . Phone: 12152763300 | URL: http://www.mhasp.org/ | Email: cgiordano@mhasp.org | Hours: 24/7 | Application Process: Must provide referral and acceptance from Office of Mental Health.
    105. Human Good PA - Sponsored Affordable Residential Living - Ann Thomas Presbyterian 2000 S 58th St Philadelphia, PA 19143
      Provides quality residential living environments for people oflimited economic resources. In partnership with the U.S. Departmentof Housing and Urban Development, Presbys Inspired Life offersinexpensive housing for low-income seniors in 18 locationsthroughout the Greater Philadelphia area. Phone: 12157263232 | URL: https://www.humangood.org/ann-thomas-presbyterian-apartments/
    106. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Torresdale Branch 3079 Holme Ave Philadelphia, PA 19136
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156850494 | Application Process: Call for information.
    107. Habitat for Humanity of Philadelphia - ReStore 2318-28 Washington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19146
      Donates used building supplies, home goods and furnishings to people in need. Phone: 12157399300 | URL: http://www.habitatphiladelphia.org/restore | Hours: Wed - Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Application Process: None.
    108. Norris Square Community Alliance - Housing Counseling 174 Diamond St Philadelphia, PA 19122
      Housing counseling is the process of helping people find and maintain safe, affordable living quarters.Frequently Asked Questions about Housing Counseling: Q & A for Homeowners/Renters Phone: 12676786021 | URL: https://nscaonline.org/ | Email: info@nscaphila.org | Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Laters hours may beavailable by appointment. | Application Process: Call or email to receive a form for intake. | Eligibility Requirements: Anybody from the neighborhood or surrounding areas can access theseservices.
    109. Human Good PA - Sponsored Affordable Residential Living - Jackson's Place 501-35 Jackson St Philadelphia, PA 19148
      Provides residential living environments for people of limitedeconomic resources. In partnership with the U.S. Department ofHousing and Urban Development, Presbys Inspired Life offersinexpensive housing for low-income seniors in 18 locationsthroughout the Greater Philadelphia area. Phone: 12155990445 | URL: https://www.humangood.org/jackson-place/ | Hours: Hours vary, call for information. | Application Process: Call for information | Eligibility Requirements: Call for information
    110. Free Library of Philadelphia - Summer Reading Program - Wadsworth Branch 1500-8 Wadsworth Ave Philadelphia, PA 19150
      This is a drop-in program where children and teens win prizes forreading and other independent library activities. Children up to6th grade receive stickers for each activity to win prizes. Teensin 7th-12th grades can fill out a prize raffle entry every timethey read (for themselves or to a younger child), listen to a bookon tape, watch a library video, or review a website. Call forspecific dates. Phone: 12156859293 | Application Process: Call for information.
    111. HAVEN Women - Housing for Women Veterans 4108 Baltimore Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104
      We are here to provide women veterans with a safe place, so they can build newl crowds and create change within themselves. The best part? We do it all while integrating them into society again! Phone: 12672922052 | URL: http://www.philadelphiaveteranshouse.org | Email: info@philadelphiaveteranshouse.org | Hours: Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm | Application Process: Call for information. | Eligibility Requirements: Female Veterans. The program is designed for 3 to 9 month stayswith case review every thirty days. All those seeking entrance intothe program must be verifiable Veterans with honorable dischargestatus, and be referred by the VA, VMC, or other partner VSO.
    112. Office of Homeless Services - House of Passage - After Hours Reception for Single Women 111 N 49th St Philadelphia, PA 19139
      This organization has a mission to provide emergency housing for single women in need. Phone: 12154712017 | Email: osh-generalinfo@phila.gov | Hours: Everyday after 5:00 pm, including holidays. | Application Process: Call for information only (no assessments); walk-ins only | Eligibility Requirements: Single women facing an emergency housing crisis after hours(evenings/weekends/holidays).
    113. Inner City Missions - Cora Women's Center 2439 Kensington Ave Philadelphia, PA 19125
      The organization offers a variety of service