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  • PCA Managed

    Older Adult Sunshine Center – PCA

    The PCA Older Adult Sunshine Center offers a wide variety of programs and services including a healthy lunch, exercise classes, health education, recreation programs, trips, volunteer opportunities, transportation and social service support. Center Hours: Mon. – Fri. 8 AM – 4 PM.

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    137 S 58th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19139
    215-472-9598
  • PCA Managed

    Southwest Senior Center – PCA

    The PCA Southwest Center offers a wide variety of programs and services including a healthy lunch, exercise classes, health education, recreation programs, trips, volunteer opportunities, transportation and social service support. Center Hours: Mon. – Fri. 8 AM – 4 PM

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    6916 Elmwood Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19142
    215-937-1880
  • PCA Funded

    Center at Journey’s Way

    Multi-service agency funded in part by PCA. Offers a Senior Center Adult Day Services Center Geriatric Counseling Program and Housing Counseling Service.

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    403 Rector Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19128
    215-487-1750
  • PCA Funded

    Center in the Park

    Multi-service senior center in Northwest Philadelphia. Offers programs for older adults including ombudsman services; social recreational health and fitness arts and humanities and life-long learning activities. Also serves as a provider of the PCA In-Home Support Program (IHSP).

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    5818 Germantown Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19144-2187
    215-848-7722
  • PCA Funded

    CHCS – St. Anne’s Senior Community Center – CHCS

    Multi-service senior center funded by Catholic Social Services. Offers health promotion programs exercise classes recreation education congregate meals transportation counseling and volunteer programs.

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    2607 E. Cumberland Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19125
    215-426-9799
  • PCA Funded

    Juniata Park Older Adult Center – PDR

    The Juniata Park Older Adult Center (JPOAC) promotes the physical and social well-being of eligible participants (55 and older) through nutritional, recreational, educational and social services. Routinely scheduled activities include but are not limited to: exercise classes, a daily lunch program, art classes, and support programs as well as participation in trips and special events. Mon to Fri 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Membership is $6 a year.

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    1251 E Sedgley Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19134
    215-685-1490
  • PCA Funded

    KleinLife: Northeast Philadelphia & Russian Satellite

    Multi-service senior center that provides congregate meals, recreation, education, medical clinic, transportation, trilingual counseling (Russian English Yiddish) home-delivered meals, emergency food volunteer programs, legal assistance, housing assistance, support groups and more. Also serves as a provider of the PCA In-Home Support Program (IHSP).

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    10100 Jamison Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19116
    215-698-7300
  • PCA Funded

    KleinLife: Rhawnhurst

    The KleinLife: Rhawnhurst services include congregate lunchtime meals volunteer opportunities counseling and health screenings and more.

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    2101 Strahle Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19152
    215-745-3127
  • 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.

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    1340 Frankford Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19125
    215-426-8610
  • PCA Funded

    Marconi Older Adult Center

    A multi-service older adult program funded by PCA and the Caring People Alliance. Services include Health and Nutrition Programs; Recreation; Educational and Fitness/Exercise Classes; Cultural Social and Intergenerational Programs; Meals; and Volunteer Opportunities. Hot and Cold Lunch Choice offered daily at 12 noon.

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    Caring People Alliance: South
    2433 S. 15th Street
    (15th & Porter)
    Philadelphia, PA 19145
    215-218-0800
  • PCA Funded

    Martin Luther King Older Adult Center – PDR

    Philadelphia Department of Parks & Recreation multi-service senior center offering congregate meals recreation education transportation counseling volunteer programs and health services.

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    2101-35 W Cecil B Moore Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19121
    215-685-2716
  • PCA Funded

    North City Congress

    Multi-service community organization for older adults in North and North Central Philadelphia. Offers a senior center and many other programs and services. Also serves as a provider of the PCA In-Home Support Program (IHSP).

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    1438 N. Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19121
    215-978-1300
  • PCA Funded

    Northeast Older Adult Center – PDR

    Philadelphia Department of Parks & Recreation multi-purpose satellite meal site that also provides limited transportation and social services are available.

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    8101 Bustleton Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19152
    215-685-0576
  • PCA Funded

    Peter Bressi Northeast Senior Center

    Multi-service senior center funded by PCA.

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    4744 Frankford Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19124
    215-831-2926
  • PCA Funded

    Philadelphia Senior Center on the Avenue of the Arts and Asian Pacific Resource Center

    Multi-service senior center that offers a wide range of services including meals recreation transportation education counseling financial management assistance volunteer opportunities computer training and referral resources. The Philadelphia Senior Center program is managed by the Newcourtland Network.

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    509 S. Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19147
    215-546-5879
  • PCA Funded

    South Philadelphia Older Adult Center – PDR

    Philadelphia Department of Parks & Recreation’s multi-service senior center offers congregate meals recreational activities educational classes counseling volunteer programs transportation and more.

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    1430 E. Passyunk Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19147
    215-685-1697
  • PCA Funded

    St. Charles Senior Community Center – CHCS

    St. Charles offers activities to enhance the social, emotional, spiritual, and preventative health care needs of its members. The Center also has an array of volunteer opportunities for those who cherish the art of giving and who enjoy sharing their talents and abilities. There is no membership fee.
    The Center offers congregate meal programs which includes a healthy start breakfast and lunch. St. Charles request a donation of $1.00 for lunch for members and a fee of $2.93 for non-members and those under 60 years old. Breakfast is unsubsidized and ranges in price from 1.00 to 6.00 depending on the menu item.

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    1941 Christian Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    215-790-9530
  • PCA Funded

    Star Harbor Senior Community Center – CHCS

    Star Harbor Senior Center is funded through the Catholic Health Care Services and the Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging. Star Harbor welcomes anyone 55 and older and there is no fee to become a member of our center. Star Harbor is a warm, inviting community that will quickly become your home away from home. The center offers a nutritious lunch, recreational activities, trips, special events, educational programs, health and wellness presentations. There is a variety of classes for everyone: drama, choir, dance classes, photography, ipad class and more..

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    4700 Springfield Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19143
    215-727-0100
  • PCA Funded

    West Oak Lane Senior Center – PDR

    Offers congregate meals transportation social services counseling socialization groups health education health promotion workshop/lectures foot doctor guest speakers arts and crafts computer classes group outings low-impact water aerobics line dancing and more.

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    7210-18 Ogontz Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19138
    215-685-3511
  • PCA Funded

    West Philadelphia Senior Community Center

    Multi-service senior center administered by Lutheran Children and Family Service and funded in part by PCA. Also serves as a provider of the PCA In-Home Support Program (IHSP).

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    1016 N. 41st Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-386-0379
  • Basic Systems Repair Program (BSRP)/Heater Hotline

    Provides free repairs to the electrical plumbing and heating systems of owner-occupied homes in Philadelphia. Heater Hotline provides free emergency heater repairs for eligible households.

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    1234 Market Street
    17th & 20th floors
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-448-2160
  • Board of Directors of City Trusts

    Provides assistance for fuel expenses in the form of 100 gallons of oil or a $200.00 check for gas (payable to the Philadelphia Gas Works) to be applied to recipient’s account. Eligibility restrictions apply. Call to request an application.

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    21 S. 12th Street
    5th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-665-1811
  • Congreso de Latinos Unidos

    A multi-service organization whose mission is to strengthen Latino communities through social economic education and health services; leadership development; and advocacy. Also a Neighborhood Energy Center.

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    216 W. Somerset Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    215-763-8870
  • Crisis Grant Program (DHS and PCAO)

    Assists low-income households who are in a “crisis” situation with their winter heating source. Eligibility restrictions apply. Accepts applications from November to April each year.

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    PCAO-Tioga District Office
    1348 W. Sedgley Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19132
    215-560-1583
  • Diversified Community Services Seniors Program

    A nonprofit social service agency whose mission is to provide services that help individuals and families be self-sufficient and neighborhoods be safe and supportive communities.

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    Dixon House
    1920 S. 20th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19145
    215-336-3511
  • Energy Co-op The

    An independently-owned local nonprofit energy supplier that works to provide cost savings education and advocacy on behalf of its members and promote the efficient use of energy. Offers members a 100% renewable alternative to electric power and discounts on heating oil.

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    1315 Walnut Street
    Suite 1000
    Philadelphia, PA 19107-4710
    215-413-2122
  • Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia (ECA)

    ECA is a non-profit organization that provides energy counseling and education energy conservation and heater repair and replacement. Includes the Emergency Heater Repair Hotline (year-round program) for low-income homeowners.

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    106 W Clearfield Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    215-609-1450
  • Fairmount Park’s Recycling Center

    City residents may drop off leaves grass clippings wood chips brush and herbivore manure. They may pick up free compost wood chips shredded wood mulch and herbivore manure for residential use. Firewood (for heat) is available but residents must chop it themselves at the Center (chain saw required).

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    3870 Ford Road
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-685-0108
  • Friends Neighborhood Guild

    A settlement house and neighborhood center that offers a Food Progam Utility Grants Rain Barrel Program Water Conservation Program and Weatherization Program. Serves as a Neighborhood Energy Center.

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    701 N. 8th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19123
    215-923-1544
  • Germantown Ave. Crisis Ministry

    Germantown Avenue Crisis Ministry (GACM) has been serving vulnerable residents of Northwest Philadelphia responding directly and compassionately to the basic needs of clients.  In 1997, GACM was founded by a consortium of local churches to address the growing need for emergency services by residents in their community. The clergy from these Northwest congregations noticed an […]

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    35 W Chelten Ave
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    215-843-2340
  • Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Service Center (GPASS)

    Provides social services to all residents in its service area with an emphasis on the Asian American community. Service Area: North Central Philadelphia.

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    4943 N. 5th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19120
    215-456-1662
  • Homeowners Emergency Loan Program (HELP)

    The Philadelphia Water Department administers this emergency loan program for water service line or sewer lateral repairs that are the responsibility of the homeowner.

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    Philadelphia Water Department
    1101 Market Street ARA Tower Bldg
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-685-4901
  • Intercultural Family Services Inc. 2

    Independent nonprofit human services agency. Provides a broad array of collaborative family-centered programs to empower children and families in Greater Philadelphia.

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    4225 Chestnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-386-1298
  • Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

    A seasonal grant that helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP offers assistance in the form of a cash grant sent directly to the utility company or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.

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    1348 W. Sedgley Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19132-2498
    1/866-857-7095
  • Mayor’s Office of Community Empowerment & Opportunity (CEO)

    Central office administers and supports services to low-income residents such as information and referral services advocacy community organization assistance community technical assistance employment assistance and more.

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    990 Spring Garden Street
    7th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19123
    215-685-3600
  • New Kensington CDC

    A community development corporation whose mission is to strengthen the physical social and economic fabric of the community by being a catalyst for sustainable development and community building. “Neighborhood Energy Center.”

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    2515 Frankford Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19125
    215-427-0350
  • North Light Community Center

    A multi-service community-based nonprofit that serves residents in Manayunk and the surrounding communities. Progams include FISH (Friends in Supplying Help) food cupboard which provides groceries for households in zip codes 19127 19128 and 19129.

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    175 Green Lane
    Philadelphia, PA 19127
    215-483-4800
  • Partnership Community Development Corporation (TPCDC)

    A nonprofit neighborhood development organization dedicated to providing affordable housing promoting economic development providing energy assistance and building successful community partnerships. Also a Neighborhood Energy Center.

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    4020 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-307-4917
  • PECO – An Exelon Company

    PECO is a utility company that provides electric and gas service in the City of Philadelphia and its surrounding counties. PECO offers programs to help low-income customers.

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    2301 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19101
    215-841-4000
  • Philadelphia Gas Works

    Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) is a municipally owned utility that is managed by Philadelphia Facilities Management Corporation and the Philadelphia Gas Commission. PGW rates and Customer Service are regulated by the Pennsylvania Gas Commission.

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    800 W. Montgomery Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    215-235-1000
  • Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation (PHDC)

    Provides free home repairs/improvements for low-income Philadelphians.

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    1234 Market Street
    17th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-448-2160
  • Port Richmond Senior Center

    A volunteer-run senior center staffed by senior aides.

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    3068 Belgrade Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19134
    215-685-9980
  • Southwest Community Development Corporation (Southwest CDC)

    A private non-profit organization that works to combat the housing and home energy problems facing low-income residents in Southwest Philadelphia. Also a Neighborhood Energy Center.

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    6328 Paschall Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19142
    215-729-0800
  • Universal Telephone Assistance Program (UTAP)

    The Dollar Energy Fund operates the Universal Telephone Assistance Program (UTAP) to help qualified low-income Verizon residential customers pay their basic telephone charges in times of crisis. UTAP is available to qualified Lifeline applicants (for eligibility information please call Verizon Customer Service at 1-800-924-0585).

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    Dollar Energy Fund Inc.
    P.O. Box 42329
    Pittsburgh, PA 15203
    1/800-771-3312
  • 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.

    1617 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
    Suite 840
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-972-5170
  • Verizon – PA

    Verizon – PA offers the Lifeline Service; Lifeline 135 Service and Link Up America to help low-income PA residence customers receive or keep their residential telephone service.

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    Verizon General Correspondence
    PO Box 11328
    St Petersburg, PA 33733
    1/800-837-4966
  • Verizon Wireless – HopeLine Program

    A program in which Verizon Wireless collects wireless phones that are no longer being used. Phones are either refurbished or recycled and sold to those who need them.

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    ATTN: Correspondence Team
    PO Box 5029
    Wallingford, PA 6492
    215-790-4371
  • Water Revenue Bureau (Philadelphia Water Department) – Center City

    The Water Revenue Bureau (WRB) of the Philadelphia Department of Revenue handles billing and collection for water and sewer service provided by the Philadelphia Water Department.

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    1101 Market Street
    ARA Tower Building
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-685-6300
  • Weatherization Assistance Program (PHDC and OHCD)

    Provides free home improvements to achieve electricity heating and water heating conservation. Eligibility requirements apply.

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    Office of Housing & Community Development (OHCD)
    1234 Market Street 17th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-448-2160

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