Community Resources

Redemption Housing values the compassionate work that organizations are doing in our community to bring about peace and restoration in the lives of our neighbors. Some of these organizations are listed below.

This is a resource for our staff and volunteers as they refer our guests to places where they can find the help they need. Contact us at connect@redemptionhousing.org to request that your organization’s information be added, updated, or removed from this compilation. 

Addiction and Substance Abuse Support

Achievement through Counseling and Treatment (ACT)
Offers personal solutions and supports to adults seeking medication-assisted treatment for opiate abuse.
5820 Old York Road
Philadelphia, PA 19141
215.276.8400

A And O Recovery Services Inc.
Provides substance abuse treatment services and dual diagnosis addiction treatment.
3319 Kensington Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134
215.426.1992

Belmont Behavioral Health
Provides treatment for addiction, eating disorders, mental & behavioral health and co-occurring disorders..
4200 Monument Rd.
Philadelphia, PA 19131
215.877.2000

Eagleville Hospital
Has an in-patient detox and rehab program for men and women.
100 Eagleville Road
Eagleville, PA 19408
610.539.6000

Fairmount Behavioral Health System
The largest freestanding behavioral health hospital in southeastern Pennsylvania.
561 Fairthorne Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19128
215.487.4100

Gaudenzia
Helps people affected by chemical dependency, mental illness and related conditions to achieve a better quality of life.
106 West Main St
Norristown, PA 19401
610.239.9600

Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Service Center (GPASS)
Provides general outpatient, intensive outpatient treatment, and medication assisted treatment on substance abuse and addiction.
4943 N. 5th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19120
215.456.1664

Horizon House
Offers a variety of services, including residential programs for men and women with substance abuse problems, counseling, outpatient treatment, case management and programs for persons with mental health problems.
120 S. 30th Street, 5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3404
215.386.5128

Interim House Inc.
Provides a continuum of comprehensive services to women with substance abuse and mental related issues.
333 West Upsal Street
Philadelphia, PA 19119
215.849.4606

Jefferson University Hospital: Substance Abuse Programs
Provides intensive substance abuse treatment program, which is a 12-week long program, and Narcotic Addiction Rehabilitation Program (NARP).
1021 South 21street
2nd and 1st (NARP) Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215.790.9942
215.735.5979 (NARP)

Kirkbride Center
Provides a spectrum of both addiction services and acute major psychiatric and dual-diagnosis disorders. 
111 North 49th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139
215.471.2600

Luzerne Treatment Center
In-Patient Drug and Alcohol Community Corrections.
600 East Luzerne Street
Philadelphia, PA 19124
215.634.8962

PeerNet – The Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania
A peer to peer support program for adults in Philadelphia with Behavioral Health challenges or both Behavioral health and Drug/Alcohol challenges.
1211 Chestnut Street, Suite 1100
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.751.1800

New Journeys In Recovery
Offers outpatient and intensive outpatient services for persons 18 years of age and older with an alcohol or other drug abuse/dependence problem.
2927 North 5th Street Suite 103
Philadelphia PA 19133
215.634.6400

Office of Addiction Services
A network of 136 agencies providing a wide range of services.
1101 Market Street, Suite 800
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215)-685-5403

One Day At A Time (ODAAT)
Offers recovery houses for men and women; no insurance necessary.
1400 W. Stiles Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121
215.769.4960

Self Help Movement Inc.
A drug and alcohol treatment facility for male, 17 years or older.
2600 Southampton Road
Philadelphia, PA 19116
215.677.7778

SouthWest Nu-Stop Recovery and Education Center (SWNSREC)
Provides an atmosphere of hope, striving to help all members in their personal ongoing recovery.
5616 Woodland Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19143
215.729.2014

University of Pennsylvania
Offers comprehensive outpatient drug and alcohol program for men and women. No insurance needed.
3900 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.222.3200

Education

Center for Literacy
Offers a wide range of literacy services, including reading, writing, math, life, technology and work skills.
399 Market Street, Suite 201
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215.474.1235

Chosen 300
Provides literacy training.
1116 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.765.9806

Community Women’s Education Project
Provides a free, intensive program designed for adults who need to work and are not sure what kind of job or training they need.
2801 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19134
215.426.2200

Congreso de Latinos Unidos
The education and workforce services division provides ESL, GED and work readiness components.
216 W Somerset Street
Philadelphia, PA 19133
215.763.8870

Critical Path Project
Offers free internet access, computer classes, and workforce development.
1233 Locust Street, 3rd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.985.4448

Northeast GED Center
Provides cost-effective classes to prepare for the GED test.
1928 Cotman Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111
215.745.0141

Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association
Provides GED/ABE prep classes and ESL classes.
900 Howell St #103
Philadelphia, PA 19149
215.288.8504

Philadelphia OIC
Provides job training, education and related programs and services to help people get the skills and experience necessary to get a job.
1231 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215.236.7700

Project H.O.M.E.
Provides computer classes, career trainings, job readiness workshops, life skills workshops, GED classes, adult basic literacy classes.
1515 Fairmount Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130
215.232.7272

Temple University
Provides GED testing two Saturdays a month.
Wachman Hall
1805 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215.204.8613 or 215.204.8615

Tindley Temple United Methodist Church
Provides job training service.
750-762 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146
215.735.0442

Emergency Shelters

American Red Cross
Provides emergency assistance to victims of fire and other disasters.
2221 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215.299.4889

Apple Tree Family Center
Families or single females may call this intake center directly for placement in the homeless housing system. Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-3pm. 
1430 Cherry Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.686.7150

Bethesda Project
Services homeless and formerly homeless men and women by providing shelter, permanent supportive housing and case management.
1630 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146
215.985.1600

Covenant House
Serves runaway, homeless and trafficked youth throughout the Philadelphia metropolitan area.
31 East Armat Street
Philadelphia, PA 19144
215.951.5411

Eliza Shirley House
The Salvation Army provides emergency shelter services for homeless single women and families.
1320 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.787.2800

Interfaith Hospitality Network
A network of congregations and volunteers, which meets homeless families’ immediate needs for shelter, meals, and comprehensive support services.
5820 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144
215.843.5765

Our Brother’s Place
Provides 150 homeless men, emergency shelter, three meals a day and supportive services, including referrals to housing and treatment centers.
907 Hamilton St.
Philadelphia, PA 19146
215.685.3892

Lutheran Settlement House: 43rd Street
A comprehensive emergency homeless shelter for up to 29 mothers with children.
25 S 43rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.387.2587

Mercy Hospice
Provides transitional recovery housing for single with children.
334 S. 13th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.545.5153

Philadelphia Brotherhood Mission
Provides long-term and emergency shelter for homeless men 18 years or older. Serves three meals a day. NA programs are also provided.
401 East Girard Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125
215.739.4517

Red Shield Family Residence
Offers lodging for homeless single women with children and families.
715 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.787.2887

Roosevelt Darby Center
Provides centralized intake services for homeless men. Individuals are placed in appropriate emergency housing, boarding homes, or alternative housing. Other services are provided as needed.
802 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.685.3700

St. Barnabas Mission for the Homeless
Serves homeless women and their children, providing shelter, case management, and related services.
6006 West Girard Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19151
215.528.5400

St. John’s Hospice
Serves a homeless male population and offers shelter for 40 men.
1221 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.563.7763

Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission
Serves homeless men with a 200 bed emergency shelter and long-term recovery program. Meals provided daily.
302 N. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.922.6400

Employment Services

Click here to access Philadelphia’s Employment Resource Guide (2013), published by The Society for Employment and Equal Rights with Philadelphia FIGHT.

Center For Employment Opportunities (CEO)
Offers comprehensive employment services exclusively for people with criminal records.
45 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.309.7220

HireAbility
Matches qualified people with disabilities to job openings at no cost to employers or applicants.
1513 Race St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.587.3080

Impact Services
Provides a range of Employment and Training, Supportive Housing, Community and Economic Development services.
1952 E. Allegheny Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19134
215.739.1600

JEVS Human Services
Offers a wide range of services, including skills training and career management, vocational rehabilitation, recovery services, adult residential and day services, in-home personal assistance, and more
9350 Ashton Road, Suite 201 
Philadelphia, PA 19114
215.848.6000

Metropolitan Career Center
Provides employment opportunities throughout Pennsylvania.
100 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19110
215.568.7934

Opportunity, Inc.
Provides employment services for women.1016-1018 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147

PA Career Link – Spring Garden
The Office of Community Partnerships’ database for employers to post job opportunities.
990 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.557.2625

Philadelphia Unemployment Project
A membership organization of low-wage workers and the unemployed.
1202 Chestnut St, Room 702
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.557.0822

Ready Willing & Able
Provides transitional work, occupational training, housing, and support services for homeless individuals in Philadelphia.
1211 Bainbridge Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
215.732.3781

Work Ready
A cross-sector partnership dedicated to improving the economic outcomes of the region’s youth by attracting, aligning and investing resources in youth workforce-development strategies.
3959 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19124
215.288.7377

X-Offenders for Community Empowerment
Serves ex-offenders (not on probation or parole) find employment and reintegrate into the community.
2227 N Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19132 
215.668.8477

Health Care

Action AIDS, Inc.
Works with individuals and families infected and affected by HIV disease.
1216 Arch Street – 6th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.819.0088

BEBASHI North, Inc.
Features full-service health management with a special interest in serving economically disadvantaged people in Philadelphia.
1217 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.769.3561

ChesPenn Health Services
Provides quality medical and dental services to residents of Chester, Pennsylvania and neighboring communities.
125 E. 9th Street
Chester, PA 19013
610.872.6131

Clinica Bienestar
In partnership with Prevention Point Philadelphia and the Norris Square Civic Association, Clinica Bienestar (Well Being Services), is one of the city’s first Spanish-speaking HIV clinics. The primary care clinic is supported by the extensive medical, case management and social services of Philadelphia FIGHT.
2913 Kensington Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19134
215.634.5272

Congreso Health Center
Provides primary health care, health promotion and wellness services. The center’s comprehensive and educational approach encourages patients to make well-informed decisions regarding the management of their health. A bilingual, bicultural staff delivers services to the West Kensington community in both Spanish and English.
412 West Lehigh Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19133
267.765.2272

Esperanza Health Center
Health services include Adult Preventive and Acute Care, Pediatrics Women and Prenatal care, Hospital care, Chronic Disease Management & Specialty Care.
4417 N. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
215.302.3600

Eye Institute
Offers services for urgent and emergency eye care. These services are offered 24 hours a day, seven days a week by licensed doctors of optometry. 
1201 W. Godfrey Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141
215.276.6111

Frankford Avenue Health Center
Provides high-quality, comprehensive medical, dental, behavioral healthcare, pharmacy and child development services.
4510 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19124
215.744.1302

Health Federation of Philadelphia
Serves as a network of the community health centers in Southeastern Pennsylvania, providing a forum for the region’s federally qualified health centers and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. Call 215.977.7255 to talk to a Health Insurance Navigator.
1211 Chestnut Street, Suite 801
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.567.8001

The Jonathan Lax Treatment Center
Practices primary-care HIV medicine in a “one-stop shop.” If you have HIV, our mission is to serve you for life, regardless of insurance or ability to pay.
1233 Locust St # 5
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.790.1788

The John Bell Health Center
A comprehensive healthcare clinic that provides state of the art primary medical care to individuals returning from prison or jail.
1207 Chestnut St., 3rd floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
267.725.0252

Maria de los Santos Health Center
Accepts all health insurance plans, including Medicaid and Medicare. For those who are under/uninsured, they also offer sliding fees.
5th & Allegheny Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19133
215.291.2500

Mary Howard Health Center
A comprehensive primary health care center for homeless people that provides health care at all points along the continuum: from the street to shelter to transitional housing to self-sufficiency.
125 South 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.592.4500

Philadelphia FIGHT Dental Services
Offers oral health examinations and basic dental services and screenings to existing patients and new ones as well.
1233 Locust St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.525.3046

PHMC Care Clinic
PHMC Care clinic provides primary and specialized health care services, Hepatitis C clinic, and family planning service. Services are open to any patient regardless of ability to pay. They offer sliding fee for uninsured and underinsured patients.
1200 Callowhill Street, suite 101
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.825.8220 

Quality Community Health Care, Inc.
QCHC provides primary preventive, chronic and episodic care services. Clients will not be denied because of inability to pay.
2501 West Lehigh Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19132
215.227.0300

Rising Sun Health Center
A program of Public Health Management Corporation, provides high-quality, affordable health care to patients of all ages. Staffed by nurse practitioners and other health professionals, the health center provides friendly, convenient care designed to meet patients’ needs. Spanish-speaking staff are available.
5675 North Front Street
Philadelphia, PA 19120
215.279.9666

Sayre Health Center
Provides primary and preventative care, immunizations, school physicals, dental services and laboratory services. They offer sliding fee for uninsured and underinsured patients.
5800 Walnut Street (rear)
Philadelphia, PA 19139
215.474.4411

Temple Dental Clinic
Offers services ranging from routine dental care and prevention to children’s dentistry, orthodontics, emergency care, and implants.
3223 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
215.707.2900

University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry
Offers preventive services that include tooth cleaning (hygiene), checking soft tissue, and screening for oral cancer and other potential problems. Restorative treatments include fillings, crowns, bridges, dentures, and more.
240 S. 40th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.898.8965

Wills Eye Emergency Room
Offers services for urgent and emergency eye care. 
840 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA
215.276. 6000

Woodland Avenue Health Center
Services they provide are adult medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, podiatry, nutrition, OB/GYN, family planning, case management, immunization, HIV/AIDS testing/treatment, access to convenient dental care.
5000 Woodland Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19143
215.726.9807

Y-HEP Health Center
Provides primary care and sexual/ reproductive health care. Primary care includes: well visits, sick visits, vaccines, and physicals. Sexual health care includes: HIV testing, STI testing and treatment, pelvic and breast exams, PAPs, birth control, pregnancy testing, HPV screening and emergency contraceptive.
1417 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.564.6388

Legal Aid

Catholic Social Service
Provides legal assistance with a focus on immigration law and family law.
222 North 17th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215.587.3651

Community Legal Services
Serves clients who cannot afford to pay for legal representation.
1424 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.981.3800

Congreso de Latinos Unidos
Provides legal services focus on domestic violence, family law, healthcare law, juvenile law, and real estate law.
216 W Somerset Street
Philadelphia, PA 19133
215.763.8870

Homeless Advocacy Project
Exists to meet the legal and advocacy needs of homeless individuals and families in Philadelphia.
42 S 15th S., 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.523.9595

The Philadelphia Bar Association Senior Citizen Judicare Project
Provides legal assistance relating to civil rights, consumer law, criminal law, divorce, elder law, estate planning, family law, and real estate law. The clients must be 60 or older residents of Philadelphia.
1101 Market Street Suite 11
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.238.6390

Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity
PLSE works toward just outcomes for low-income individuals who have had contact with the Pennsylvania criminal justice system.
1501 Cherry Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.995.1230

Philadelphia Legal Assistance
Provides free civil legal assistance to low-income individuals and families in Philadelphia. Legal cases they handle are family law, federal taxes, housing, public benefits, miscellaneous legal problems, and migrant framework legal problems.
42 South 15th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.981.3800

Philadelphia Volunteer for the Indigent Program (VIP)Provides legal services to low income residents of Philadelphia. The legal cases they handle are AIDS/HIV, adoption, CED, consumer, custody, dissolution of marriage, domestic violence, education, elder law, employment, health, housing, immigration, public benefits, real estate, torts, wills and estates.
42 S 15th Street Suite Floor 4
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.523.9550

Temple Legal Aid Office
Provides free of charge legal services to disadvantaged Philadelphia residents in civil law matters.
1719 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215.204.1800

Mental Health and Counseling Servies

2200 Arch Counseling Services
Provide individual counseling, couples counseling, pre-marital counseling, family counseling, child/adolescents counseling, group counseling, and psychiatry/medical management.
2200 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
267.322.6797

Benephilly
Provide help in applying for food stamps, health insurance, TANF, FASFA, LIHEAP, and more.
1207 Chestnut St, 3rd Flr.
Philadelphia, PA 19107
267.725.0252

BHSI
Provides assessments, referrals and funding support for persons who are uninsured or underinsured with substance abuse problems and who can access licensed treatment programs.
801 Market Street, 7th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.546.1200

Broad Street Ministry Counseling Center
A broad-minded Christian community that cherishes creativity, fosters and nurtures artistic expression, and extends inclusive hospitality.
315 South Broad Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.735.4847

Circle Counseling
Offers a broad spectrum of counseling services today designed to provide care for a wide range of mental, emotional, and spiritual concerns.
4617 Woodland Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19143
267.254.0015

Council for Relationships
Provides a unique combination of comprehensive services, education and research that help people understand, respect, and improve the quality of the important relationships in their lives.
4025 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.382.6680

Center for Cognitive Therapy
Provides an active, directive, problem-focused outpatient therapy for a variety of clinical concerns, including mood disorders, anxiety and panic, life stressors, and many other issues.
Gateway Building
3535 Market Street # 2
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.898.4100

The Family Practice & Counseling Network
Provides psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, and children to treat trauma and loss, depression, anxiety, anger management, behavior problems, stress, attention deficit, and parenting.
4700 Wissahickon Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144
215.843.9720

Hall Mercer Crisis Response Center at Pennsylvania Hospital
Provides a safe, caring setting for people who have serious behavioral health problems such as bipolar disorder, major depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia or substance abuse.
245 S 8th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215.829.5433

John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center
Provides high quality services to residents of Philadelphia who need behavioral health treatment.
112 N Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.568.0860

Northeast Treatment Centers
A non-profit, licensed and accredited organization that offers a range of behavioral health and social services to adults.
499 N. 5th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.324.7500

Northwest Counseling Service, Inc.
Helping consumers with a myriad of real estate and housing-related issues.
5001 North Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19141
215.324.7500

Office of Mental Health
1101 Market Street, 7th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.685.5498

Thriveworks Philadelphia
Provides life coaching, couples therapy, marriage therapy, anxiety therapy, depression therapy, and addiction therapy.
1518 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
215.399.9764

Returning Citizens

Click here to access Philadelphia FIGHT’s Philadelphia Discharge Planning Manual (2015).

Click here to access the Criminal Justice Advocacy & Support Directory of Services (2015), published by CentrePeace, Inc. in partnership with the PA Department of Corrections and the Institutional Law Project.

Click here to access the Philadelphia Prison System’s Returning Citizen Information Packet (2015).

B.I.R.D. Ministries for Women
Works with women during incarceration at Lancaster County Prison, providing pre-release education, counseling and support. Aftercare services include housing assistance, employment counseling, transportation, continuing education, drug and alcohol treatment and counseling.
240 S. Railroad St.
New Holland, PA 17557
717.295.3301

Christian Life Prison and Recovery Ministries (CLPRM)
A dynamic ministry of committed volunteers who bring the grace, hope and healing of Jesus Christ to the incarcerated and recovery communities. Three-pronged outreach consists of prison ministry, recovery ministry and a monthly coffee house ministry.
PO Box 1624
Southampton, PA 18966
215.833.2512

Freedom Gate Ministries
Support includes food, clothing, and shelter, and constant care environment where the ex-prisoner receives Christian discipleship and practical counseling in all areas of life.
131 South 9th Street
Reading, PA 19602
610.750.5685

God’s Treasure House for Women
A residential reentry program.
PO Box 5
Schwenksville, PA 19473
215.723.7499

Jubilee Ministries
Provides Christian discipleship to those incarcerated or in Aftercare Programs who are committed to seeking reconciliation with God and establishing a personal, growing relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord..
235 South 12th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042
717.274.7528

Kingdom House for Men
A Christian recovery house for men dedicated to assisting each individual develop and maintain sobriety to become productive members of society.
Philadelphia, PA
267.994.0128

Liberty Ministries
Liberty House is a dormitory style residence for men, recently released from prison, who enroll in a twelve month educational and discipleship program.
565 Main St.
Schwenksville, PA, 19473
267.664.0900

Life Abundant
A ministry focused upon inmates of Bucks County Correctional Facility and their families.
215.489.0200

New Person Center
Offers prisoner reentry services through the New Person Center transitional residential housing program, through the Community Renewal for Sex Offenders (CR-SO) family and offender support group, and public awareness and education programs.
PO Box 223
Reading, PA 19607
610.777.2222

Prisoner Reentry Network of The Pennsylvania Prison Society
An online resource guide for prisoners, returning citizens, families, agencies, and others. It was created by a coalition of groups and organizations throughout Philadelphia.
245 North Broad Street, Suite 200
Philadelphia, PA 19107-1518
215.564.4775

Redemption House for Women
A residential program operated through the House of Adonai in partnership with Cornerstone Church.
2062 Allegheny Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19134
215.426.3644

The Reentry Support Project
Gives Philadelphia adult residents with criminal records access to programs, activities, services, and resources that contribute to higher education and community reintegration success. 
1700 Spring Garden St.
Philadelphia, PA 19130
267.299.5979

RISE
Provides supportive services to individuals who have been previously convicted, sentenced, and incarcerated. Download the RISE brochure by clicking here.
990 Spring Garden St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.683.3370

Transitional and Permanent Housing

1260 Housing
Offers a subsidized rental program that requires referrals through shelters.
2042-48 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215.557.8484

ACHIEVEability
Develops housing for our families from abandoned homes and vacant lots that are located close to the services and resources needed by the families.
21 South 61st Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139
215.748.8800

Connelly House
Provides critically-needed affordable housing to 79 formerly homeless men and women.
1212 Ludlow Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.567.6118

Dignity Housing
Provides housing and comprehensive supportive services to advocate for self-sufficient living.
1301 S Christopher Columbus Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19147
215.713.0960

Fairmount Avenue Residences
Permanent supportive housing residence for men and women with a primary diagnosis of a serious mental illness.
1515\1523 Fairmount Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19130
215.232.7272

Focus House
Offers housing for dually diagnosed men.
701 N. 63rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19151
215.477.0063

HELP Philadelphia
Genesis Square Apartments (HELP Philadelphia II) is a transitional housing facility comprised of 50 one-bedroom apartments serving homeless families.
4910 Wyalusing Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131
215.473.6454

Horizon House
Advocates and provides comprehensive, community-based services.
120 South 30th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.386.3838

James Widener Ray Homes
Provides 53 units of permanent, supportive housing for formerly homeless men, women and children – including veterans – as well as for qualified low-income families from the Tioga area.
2101 West Venango Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
215.320.6185

Kairos House
A progressive-demand residence for men and women with a primary diagnosis of serious mental illness
1440 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121
215.763.4783

Kate’s Place
A permanent housing residence for low- to moderate-income men and women. The 11-story building has 144 single-occupancy, fully-furnished efficiency apartments, including 35 units of supportive housing.
1929 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215.568.0304

Lutheran Children and Family Services
A nonprofit housing corporation dedicated to improving the lives of low-income Philadelphians.
231 N. 63rd. Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139
(215)-643-6335 

Overington House
Provides transitional housing program for homeless women with children.
1528 Overington Street
Philadelphia, PA 19124
215.535.7680

People’s Emergency Center (Women, Families)
Teaches homeless families to be self-sufficient in a nurturing residential environment that allows them time to heal and grow.
325 N. 39th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.382.7523

Potter’s House Mission
Provides transitional housing for homeless women with children.
524 S 52nd St
Philadelphia, PA 19143
215.747.7477

Rowan Homes
Provide one of the few permanent, supportive housing programs in the nation for homeless families with special needs.
Judson Street/Diamond Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121
215.232.5866 ext. 20

The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army Red Shield Family Residence is a safe and welcoming emergency housing shelter where all families are welcome.
701 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.787.2887

St. Anthony’s Residence
Provides permanent housing for seniors (62 years+), perform a criminal and credit background check.
2309-2333 Carpenter Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146
215.985.0555

St. Elizabeth’s Recovery Residence
A transitional housing program for homeless men with a primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder with or without a co-occurring mental illness.
1850 North Croskey Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121
215.763.1820

Whosoever Gospel Mission
Provides shelter, food, clothing, education, counseling, rehabilitation and other assistance to homeless and/or needy men, women and children in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area.
101 E. Chelten Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19144
215.438.3094

Woman of Change
A “Safe Haven” for chronically homeless seriously mentally ill women.
2042 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215)-564-0901