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- PCA Funded
Lutheran Settlement House Senior Center
Lutheran Social Mission Society multi-service senior center funded by PCA. Offers congregate meals, recreation, transportation, education, counseling, volunteer programs and informal resources.
Affordable Housing Centers of PA
The AHCOPA is a HUD-approved nonprofit housing counseling agency that provides housing counseling and financial literacy education to low-and moderate-income Pennsylvanians.
Association of Puerto Ricans In March (APM)
A Latino-based health human services community and economic development non-profit organization serving the Philadelphia area. Offers health and social services to anyone in Greater Philadelphia.
Emergency Assistance Shelter Program (DHS)
Provides temporary shelter for individuals who are currently homeless have no permanent residence or are victims of domestic violence. During that time case management services will be provided to assist with securing more permanent housing. Applicants must provide verification of the following: Identity age social security number income and current lease/owner’s license or current water bill.
A temporary residence (shelter) for single women and mothers with young children who are homeless near homeless or in recovery. Also provides food clothing educational training/classes case management housing opportunities and emotional support/compassion for the residents.
Office of Supportive Housing (OSH)
Assists and prepares adults and families for self-sufficiency and independent living.
People’s Emergency Center
Provides shelter for women with children and adolescents seven days a week.
Project H O M E
Project H O M E (Housing Opportunities for employment Medical care Education)
R.E.A.C.H. (Resources Employment Advocacy Case Management Housing)
R.E.A.C.H.diverts homeless and imminently homeless individuals and families from the shelter system and increases their stability and self-sufficiency. Sponsored by Energy Coordinating Agency (ECA) of Philadelphia.
Red Shield Family Residence
Red Shield is for emergency lodging for homeless single women and families.
Resources for Older Adult Living (ROAL)
Salvation Army – Divisional Headquarters
Philadelphia Social Service Ministries provides emergency food clothing some furniture (beds); some utility assistance (especially those whose utilities are shut off); and assistance in filling out LIHEAP and PACE applications.
Salvation Army – Tabernacle Corps
Community Support Program department provides emergency food clothing beds; some utility assistance (especially those whose utilities are shut off); assistance in filling out LIHEAP forms.
St John’s Hospice
Provides temporary shelter as well as three meals daily and case management services for homeless and transient men only.
United Communities Southeast Philadelphia
A nonprofit agency in the settlement house tradition. Mission: to work in partnership with various local communities for social economic justice and to foster harmony for building self-sustaining communities through: advocacy that promotes member participation and leadership; economic programs for enhancing community development; social programs supporting individual and family well-being; and educational opportunities that advance skill development and knowledge.
Utility Emergency Services Fund (UESF)
Empowers families and individuals in crisis to be safe and secure through the provision of services designed to address their immediate crisis and to address the root causes of their crisis. Services include provision of financial assistance so families and individuals can avoid utility termination or get utility service restored; security deposit rent and mortgage assistance to further stabilize housing; benefit screening and enrollment ongoing self-sufficiency workshops to encourage responsibility and maintain stability; formation of partnerships and ongoing advocacy activities.