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  • PCA Managed

    PCA Domiciliary Care (Dom Care)

    PCA’s Domiciliary Care (Dom Care) program matches certified care providers with adults 18 years and older in need of a caring supportive home.

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    PCA 642 N. Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA 19130
    PCA Helpline 215-765-9040/Administration: 215-765-9008
  • PCA Managed

    PCA Long Term Care Access (LTCA)

    PCA’s Long Term Care Access (LTCA) department performs assessment and intake for all long term services and supports (LTSS) including home and community based services and nursing home care paid through Medical Assistance.

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    PCA 642 N. Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA 19130
    PCA Helpline 215-765-9040/Administration: 215-765-9022
  • 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

    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
  • A Place for Mom

    A free referral service to help families find nursing homes assisted living facilities Alzheimer’s care retirement communities home care and adult day care.

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    Corporate Headquarters
    1300 Dexter Avenue North
    Suite 400
    Seattle, PA 98109
    215-240-7062
  • Action Wellness – Center City

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    1216 Arch Street
    6th floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-981-0088
  • Action Wellness – Center City Annex

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    1026 Arch Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    267-940-5500
  • Action Wellness – Chester Office

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    2302 Edgemont Ave
    Chester, PA 19013
    267-428-3510
  • Action Wellness – North/ Casa Nueva Vida

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    2641 North 6th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    215-291-9700
  • Action Wellness – West Office

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    3901 Market Street
    Box 1934
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-243-2800
  • 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.

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    846 N. Broad Street
    1st Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19130
    215-765-1221
  • Age Wise Family Services

    Provides geriatric care management services to seniors and their families in Philadelphia and the five county area.

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    1250 Glenburnie Lane
    Dresher, PA 19025
    215-659-2111
  • Concilio (El Concilio of Philadelphia)

    As the oldest Latino organization in Philadelphia its mission is to ensure that equitable social educational cultural prevention/intervention services and programs are made available to the Philadelphia community.

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    705-09 N Franklin Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19123
    215-627-3100
  • Courtyard Apartments at Riverview

    Subsidized/affordable housing community owned by The Michaels Organization. Located near Center City.

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    1021 S. 4th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19147
    215-551-7164
  • 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
  • Families Forward Philadelphia (formerly Travelers Aid Society of Philadelphia)

    Provides emergency assistance and case management services to families and individuals “stranded” or homeless in Philadelphia and several neighboring counties. FFP operates the city’s largest privately run shelter for families as well as 75 transitional and permanent residences in West Philly.

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    111 N. 49th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19139
    215-240-4800
  • 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 Mortgage Assistance Program (HEMAP)

    HEMAP is a state-funded loan program to assist homeowners who fall behind in their mortgage payments due to circumstances beyond their control.

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    211 N. Front Street
    PO Box 8029
    Harrisburg, PA 17105
    1/800-342-2397
  • Impact Services Corporation

    Provides a range of employment and training supportive housing and community and economic development services to over 17000 Philadelphians in need each year. Focuses on homeless and or/unemployed veterans with particular attention to the unique challenges faced by veterans who are female ex-offenders or dually-diagnosed individuals.

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    174 W Allegheny Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    215-739-3525
  • Impact Services Corporation 2

    Provides a range of employment and training supportive housing and community and economic development services to over 17000 Philadelphians in need each year. Focuses on homeless and or/unemployed veterans with particular attention to the unique challenges faced by veterans who are female ex-offenders or dually-diagnosed individuals.

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    1952 E. Allegheny Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19134
    215-739-1600
  • 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
  • Korean Community Development Services Center

    A nonprofit organization located in Olney that provides support services for the local community including educational classes job counseling housing counseling legal consultation and social services for the elderly and immigrant communities.

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    6055 N. 5th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19120
    215-276-8830
  • Mercy Hospice

    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.

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    334 S. 13th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-790-7540
  • Mt. Airy USA

    A nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve empower and advance a vibrant and diverse Mt. Airy by stimulating development that is responsive to the community’s needs.

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    6703 Germantown Avenue Suite 200
    Philadelphia, PA 19119
    215-844-6021
  • National Caucus & Center on Black Aging Inc. (NCBA)

    A nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the dignity and enhancing the lives of low-income African-American older adults. NCBA addresses the needs of its constituency in the areas of health affordable housing and employment.

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    1415 N. Broad Street
    Suite 221A
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
    215-765-4030
  • 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
  • Northwest Counseling Service Inc.

    Provides real estate and housing counseling services to Philadelphia area residents.

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    5001 N. Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19141
    215-324-7500
  • Office of Supportive Housing (OSH)

    Assists and prepares adults and families for self-sufficiency and independent living.

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    1401 JFK Boulevard 10th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    215-686-7150
  • 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
  • Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA)

    A state-affiliated agency that works to provide affordable homeownership and rental apartment options for older adults low- and moderate-income families and individuals with special housing needs. Website serves as a comprehensive resource for information about public subsidized and affordable housing communities in PA.

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    Mailing Address Only:
    PO Box 8029
    Harrisburg, PA 17105
    717-780-3800
  • Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations (PCHR)

    The city agency that enforces the Philadelphia Fair Practices Ordinance and deals with all matters of inter-group conflict and neighborhood disputes within the city.

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    Suite 300 South
    601 Walnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-686-4670
  • Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement (PCCA)

    Nonprofit organization that provides financial education and housing counseling services for the purpose of empowering and protecting homeowners and other housing consumers.

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    1617 JFK Blvd. Suite 1550
    One Penn Center
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-567-7803
  • Philadelphia Fair Housing Commission

    Addresses unfair rental practices in the city.

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    601 Walnut Street
    Suite 300 South
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-686-4670
  • Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA)

    Responsible for developing acquiring leasing and operating affordable housing for city residents with limited incomes.

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    12 South 23rd Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-684-4000
  • Philadelphia Housing Authority Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP)

    The Housing Choice Voucher Program (formerly Section 8) provides rental subsidies to qualified low-income families.

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    12 S. 23rd Street
    6th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-684-4300
  • Philadelphia Neighborhood Housing Services Inc. (PNHS)

    A nonprofit community development corporation and certified Community Development Financial Institution serving targeted neighborhoods and populations in the City of Philadelphia. Provides housing counseling and other services.

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    5234 Chestnut Street
    Suite 502
    Philadelphia, PA 19139
    215-476-4205
  • Philadelphia Unemployment Project (PUP)

    This nonprofit organization provides educational information on the rights of and services available for the unemployed and impoverished. Offers information referral and advocacy services as well as clubs and organized leadership.

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    112 N. Broad Street
    11th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19102-1510
    215-557-0822
  • Polish American Social Services (PASS)

    The main objective of PASS is to keep the Polish American community informed and aware of the services and programs which are available to everyone.

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    308 Walnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-923-1900
  • Resources for Human Development (RHD)

    A human services nonprofit agency serving people of all abilities with more than 160 programs in 14 states. Service areas include intellectual disabilities behavioral health addiction recovery homelessness women and children family health and counseling employment and training veterans and more.

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    4700 Wissahickon Avenue
    Suite 126
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    215-951-0300
  • Self-Discrimination Housing Project of Pennsylvania

    Statewide nonprofit organization working to promote self-determination and control of housing for people with disabilities and older adults in Pennsylvania.

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    711 East Lancaster Ave.
    Downingtown, PA 19335
    610-873-9595
  • South of South Neighborhood Association

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    625 S 17th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    215-546-0699
  • 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
  • The Philly Sheltr Project

    Website and mobile app to locate emergency food and shelter resources in Philadelphia.

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    No mailing address; online only.
    Philadelphia, PA
    215-232-1984
  • 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.

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    Houston Center
    2029 S. 8th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19148
    215-468-6111
  • Urban League of Philadelphia

    Housing Information Center – Provides counseling to homeowners in applying for the HUD Assignment Program if they are delinquent with their FHA mortgage.

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    121 S Broad Street
    9th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107-4538
    215-561-6070

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