HOUSING & HOMELESSNESS

Summary of Need

ACHIEVEability breaks the generational cycle of poverty for low income, single parent, and homeless families through higher education, affordable housing, supportive services, community & economic development/accountability.

Key Statistics

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Bethesda Project

~Community Served~

Homeless

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~Needs Being Met~

1630 South Street, Philadelphia Pa

(215) 985-1600

Homeless Services, Food & Health, Community Services, Urban Development

~Summary~

Bethesda Project began in 1979 when Reverend Domenic Rossi and members of his prayer group from Daylesford Abbey in Paoli, Pennsylvania, reached out to a group of women experiencing homelessness in Center City, Philadelphia. Committed to caring for the women as they would members of their own families, the group rented an apartment at 12th and Sansom Streets.

Cast Your Cares Meals

~Community Served~

Homeless

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~Needs Being Met~

2438 Kensington Ave, 19125

(215) 634-7445

Addiction Services, Free Meals, Hunger Relief, Classes/Education, Homeless Services, Financial Counseling, Financial Assistance, Family Assistance, Community Services

~Summary~

Many in the inner-city do not have family and friends to turn to for help and advice. Cast Your Cares provides a much needed service by helping neighbors get the council and guidance they need. They match the need with the available service provider.

Chosen 300 Ministries

~Community Served~

Homeless

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~Needs Being Met~

1116 Spring Garden Street, 19123

(215) 765-9807

Food & Health, Free Meals, Hunger Relief, Homeless Services, Housing Services

~Summary~

To bring people of different membership groups together; helping them to realize that despite our differences in our race, ethnic group, denomination, social class, economic classes, or the diverse ways we practice our faith; we can unify ourselves for the common good.

The purpose of our unification is to distribute meals and services to the homeless throughout the Philadelphia Region and around the world.

Dignity Housing

~Community Served~

Homeless

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~Needs Being Met~

5227 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia Pa

(215) 713-0968

Family Assistance, Homeless Services, Community Services, Urban Development

~Summary~

Dignity Housing’s mission is to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty that confronts low-income families and individuals in Philadelphia. We work to fulfill our mission through the provision of transitional and long-term housing in combination with supportive services that create opportunities and promote self-sufficiency.

Homeless Advocacy Project Philadelphia Legal Assistance

~Community Served~

Homeless

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~Needs Being Met~

1429 Walnut Street, Philadelphia Pa

(215) 523-9595

Homeless Services, Legal Services, Financial Counseling, Housing Services, Civil Rights

~Summary~

To provide free civil legal services and advocacy to reduce the frequency and duration of homelessness in Philadelphia.

People's Emergency Center

~Community Served~

Homeless

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~Needs Being Met~

325 N. 39th Street, Philadelphia Pa

(267) 777-5800

Urban Development, Comm, Financial Assistance, Homeless Services, Housing Services, Youth Education, Technology, Classes/Education, Family Assistance

~Summary~

Founded in 1972, PEC is a comprehensive homeless services provider and experienced nonprofit community development agency based in West Philadelphia. The agency employs nearly 100 staff to serve its community and constituents through social services, counseling, case management, commercial corridor revitalization, community organizing, and quality affordable rental housing. PEC is looking for dynamic, motivated, and talented individuals to join its team and help lay the foundation for the agency’s next phase of growth.

Project H.O.M.E.

~Community Served~

Homeless

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~Needs Being Met~

1515 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia Pa

(215) 232-7272

Job Training, Food Education, Financial Counseling, Mental Health, Hunger Relief, Shelter, Children, Classes/Education

~Summary~

Since its beginning in 1989, Project HOME has been a leader in providing comprehensive and effective services to persons who experience chronic homelessness. With innovation, leadership, and an unyielding commitment to the dignity of each person, we have developed nationally recognized programs that have proven that homelessness can be solved. We have also been helping to rebuild low-income neighborhoods and by engaging in political advocacy to bring about positive public policies for low-income and homeless persons.

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~Community Served~

Animal, Arts, Children, Education, Environmental, Financial, Food, Health, Homeless, Houses of Worship, International, Legal Services, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Physical Disabilities, Museums, Parks, Murals, Seniors, Urban Development, Veterans, Women's Services, Immigration & International, Sports & Fitness, Historical, Technology & Media

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~Needs Being Met~

Animal, Arts, Performances, Fine Arts, Classes/Education, Artist Empowerment, Children, Education, Literacy, Technology, Job Training, Adult Education, Disaster Aid, Financial Counseling, Scholarships & Grants, Clothing, Retail, Financial Assistance, Financial Services, Hunger Relief, Food & Health, Food Education, AIDs, Kids Health, Sports & Fitness, Mental Health, Medical Services, Dental Services, Nutrition, Addiction Services, Homeless Services, Shelter, Free Meals, International Relations, International, Immigration, Legal Services, LGBTQ, Disabilities Services, Museums, Parks & Murals, Senior Services, Urban Development, Veterans, Women's Empowerment, Motherhood, Women's Health, Domestic Violence

~Summary~

We Love You.