Resources
Art/Music Therapy
Comhar Latino Art & Recovery "HOPE" Program
Phone: (215) 739-2669 Website: https://www.comhar.org/latino%20treatment-program
Assessment Sites
Community Behavioral Health Member Services

behavioral health insurance company that pays for mental health and substance use services for everyone that is enrolled in Medicaid in Philadelphia.

Medicaid/CBH

If you are uninsured, covered by Medicaid/CBH, or not sure of your insurance coverage, contact CBH Member Services at 888-545-2600 to gain assistance with accessing publicly funded SUD treatment and services.

Website: https://dbhids.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/TAD-2.1.2023.pdf
Other common Philadelphia insurers
Medicare: 800-633-4227 Magellan Healthcare: 800-688-1911
Behavioral Health Special Initiative
Phone: 215-546-1200
NET Access Point
Phone: 844-533-8200 OR 215-408-4987 Website: netcenters.org
Prevention Point Drop-In Center

Contact Veronica Rex (215) 327-1689 or Kim (215) 275-8661; This team will also help clients locate available beds.

Gaudenzia Tx Centers
Phone: 833-976-4357
Alternative Response Unit (AR2)
Phone: 267-838-0909; mobile assessments.
Merakey

Appointments preferred, walk-ins need to come early.

The NET
Phone: 215-451-7116
BENEFIT ACCESS
County Assistance Office Head Quarters

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (MedicalAssistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services. Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP): 215-560-1583.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with ChildCare; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-7226 SEPTA: 215-580-7175 Services for Older Adults: 215-686-8450 COMPASS: 215-382-4762
County Assistance Office: Boulevard District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-6500
County Assistance Office: Chelten District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-5200
County Assistance Office: Delancey District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-3700
County Assistance Office: Elmwood District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-3800
County Assistance Office: Glendale District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-4600
County Assistance Office: Liberty District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-4000
County Assistance Office: Long Term and Independent Services District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (Medical Assistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-5500
County Assistance Office: Somerset District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (MedicalAssistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-4400
County Assistance Office: Unity District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (MedicalAssistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-6400
County Assistance Office: West District

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); Cash Assistance; Health Care Coverage (MedicalAssistance); Home Heating Assistance (LIHEAP); Family Planning Services; Help with Child Care; School Meals; Long-Term Living Services

Phone: 215-560-6100
BenePhilly Services

This program helps people with income at or below 200% of federal poverty guidelines. Identification: Photo ID

Phone: 215-739-1600
Other Documents

Supporting documentation depending on the benefit being applied for (utility bills, lease, etc.)

Clarifi
Phone: 800-989-2227; Financial Counseling
Campaign for Working Families
Phone: 215-454-6483; Tax prep and unemployment
BIPOC WHO WANT THERAPY
Black Men Heal
Website: http://www.blackmenheal.org/(must submit an application).
Free Black Therapy
Website: https://www.freeblacktherapy.org/
Self
Website: https://www.self.com/story/black-mental-health-resources(Black Mental Health Professionals & Black Allied Mental Health Professionals)
Affordable Counseling | Affordable Therapy | Open Path Collective
Website: https://blackmenheal.org/
Home - The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation
Website: borislhensonfoundation.org
The Ladipo Group
Website: https://theladipogroup.com/
Black Brain Campaign
Website: https://theblackbraincampaign.org/
Blind/Visually Impaired
Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Phone: (610) 874-1476
Blindness and Visual Services
Phone: (215) 560-5700
The Blindness Relief Fund
Phone: (215) 487-1444
Associated Services for Blind and Visually Impaired
Phone: (215) 627-0600
Conflict Resolution Resources For Children
Youth Empowerment for Advancement Hangout (YEAH)
Phone: (267) 469-3002
YEAH offers after-school programming

YEAH offers after-school programming in West Philly, includingtargeted instruction to help kids learn peer mediation and conflictresolution skills. There's also a free food bank. o Urban YouthLeadership Academy

Phone: (215) 204-8917
Run by Juwan Bennett and headquartered

Run by Juwan Bennett and headquartered at Temple University, the Urban Youth Leadership Academy matches middle school studentswith college-aged and early-career mentors who help them complete aservice project.

Uplift Center for Grieving Children
Phone: (267) 437-3123
The Uplift Center for Grieving Children offers in-school

The Uplift Center for Grieving Children offers in-school grief support groups - plus services for children and their caregivers at six locations in the city: East Falls, West Philly, South Philly, the lower Northeast, Center City and North Philly (Lenfest Center).

Covid-19
Greater Philadelphia Coronavirus Helpline
Phone: 1-800-722-7112
Philadelphia COVID-19 Text Alerts
Test COVIDPHL to 888-777
Crisis Response Centers (Available 24/7)
Friends Hospital
Phone: (215) 831-2600
Einstein Medical Center
Phone: 215-951-8300
Pennsylvania Hospital (Hall of Mercer)
Phone: 215-829-5433
Temple Episcopal Hospital
Phone: (215) 707-2577
Philadelphia Children's Crisis Response Center
Phone: 215-878-2600
Pathways to Recovery (PHMC) Partial Hospitalization

Buprenorphine and Vivitrol induction, Spanish Language Available.

Phone: 215-731 2404
Gaudenzia

Withdrawal Management and Buprenorphine Maintenance.

Phone: 267-315-6907
Mental Health Delegate Line
Phone: 215-685-6440
Deaf/hard Of Hearing
Partners Deaf Services

Offers behavioral, developmental, and therapeutic supports.

Phone: (215) 884-9770
Death
Philly Death Doulas

*Sliding scale. Assist with hospice, medically aided dying, grief support, fulfilling final wishes, funeral planning, legacy projects, development of vigil plans, support with infant death, bedside presence during end of life, etc.

Phone: 267-606-0366 Website: https://www.phillydeathdoulas.com/contact
MEO Bereavement Counselors
Phone: 215-685-7408 Phone: 215-685-7411
Loss Of A Pregnancy Or Infant
Pregnancy After loss Support (PALS)

Online Support Groups open 24/7. Provides: Pregnancy after loss support group; Trying to conceive after loss support group; Parenting after loss support group; Pregnancy after loss support group for dads; Pregnancy after first trimester loss; Pregnancy after second trimester loss; Pregnancy after third trimester loss; Pregnancy after infant and child death; Pregnancy after TFMR support group; Pregnancy after loss with no living children; Pregnancy after loss of a multiple; Pregnancy after loss family support group ; grandparents, parents, and friends; Pregnancy after infertility and loss. o Star Legacy Foundation: Nationwide online support groups for those affected by the loss of an infant through stillbirth, miscarriage, or infant death.

Provides:

Online support groups facilitated by mental health professionals; Bereaved parents of perinatal/neonatal loss; pregnancy after loss; grandparents & extended family; parenting after loss; Dad's discussion group; Coping with Infant Death.

Website: https://pregnancyafterlosssupport.org/get-support/pals-private-groups/ Phone: 952-715-7731
Philadelphia Department of Public Health

Healthy Start

Phone: 215-685-5225 Provides:

prenatal depression and grief services.

Domestic Violence
National DV Hotline
Phone: (800) 799-7233 or text "LOVEIS" to 22522
Philadelphia DV Hotline
Phone: (866) 723-3014
Women in Transition
Phone: (215) 564-5301
Substance use and DV
Phone: (215)751-1111 Email: witservices@helpwomen.org
Counseling, advocacy, peer support groups, self defense classes
Women Against Abuse
Phone: (215) 386-1280 Phone: 215-686-7082
Open to all survivors including men, non-binary, and trans folks
Lutheran Settlement House
Congreso de Latinos Unidos

Contact Ramona Peralta peraltar@congreso.net ;Resources also available for children witnessing DV.

Drop In Centers
Hub of Hope, Project Home
Phone: 215-309-5225
Savage Sisters

showers available, first come first serve. Case Management 3:30pm-5pm. o Grace Cafe, Arch Street Methodist

Church: 215-568-6250
Free Library
Phone: 215-546-686-8664
The Wardrobe
Phone: 215-568-6693
Our Closet Your Neighborhood
Phone: 267-256-2179
Hiv Testing
AIDS Health Care Foundation Philadelphia
Phone: 215-971-2804

Point of contact:

Jason Culler: jason.culler@ahf.org Phone: 215-971-2804
AIDS Health Care Foundation Philadelphia, Mobile Testing Unit
Phone: 215-518-3720

Point of contact:

Lynette Boyer: lynette.boyer@ahf.org Phone: 215-518-3720
Bebashi
Phone: 215-769-3561 ext 131

Point of contact:

Keisha Gabbidon-Howell: keishag@bebashi.org Phone: 215-769-3561 ext 131
Congreso de Latinos Unidos
Phone: 215-763-8870

Point of contact:

Faith Mole: molef@congreso.net Phone: 267-765-2270
Courage Medicine
Phone: 215-510-5199

Point of contact:

Kevin Moore: kmoore@couragemedicine.org Phone: 215-510-5199
Get Up - Preventing HIV Project
Phone: 215-888-2448

Point of contact:

Rudard Robinson: 215-888- 2448
Haven Youth Center
Phone: 267-776-4417

Point of contact:

William Brawner: 267-530-8899
Mazzoni Center
Phone: 215-563-0652

Point of contact:

Clinical Site Call to Schedule: 215-563-0658
Mazzoni Center, Washington West Project
Phone: 215-985-9206

Point of contact:

Vince Du: vdu@mazzonicenter.org Phone: 267-389-3530
One Day At A Time
Phone: 215-226-7860

Point of contact:

Ebony Gardener: ebony.gardener@odaatphilly.org
Philadelphia Department of Public Health - Health Center 1
Phone: 215-685-6741

Point of contact:

Pablo Souble: Pablo.souble@phila.gov Phone: 267-324-7465
Positive Effect Outreach Ministry
Phone: 215-840-5940

Point of contact:

Marguerite Chamberlain: kenyamerguerite@msn.com Phone: 215-840-5940
Prevention Point Philadelphia
Phone: 215-634-5272

Point of contact:

Andres Freire: andres@ppponline.org
Hiv Medical Providers
Strawberry Mansion Health Center
Phone: 215-685-2401
Health Center 2
Phone: 215-685-1803
Health Center 3
Phone: 215-685-7504
Health Center 4
Phone: 215-685-7601
Health Center 5
Phone: 215-685-2933
Health Center 6
Phone: 215-685-3803
Health Center 9
Phone: 215-685-5701
Health Center 10
Phone: 215-685-0639
Einstein Medical Center
Phone: 215-456-3465
The University of Pennsylvania Macgregor Clinic

South Pavillon, 4th Floor.

Phone: 215-662-6932
Pennsylvania Hospital Wood Clinic
Phone: 215-829-3521
St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Mann Center for HIV
Phone: 215-427-5284
Temple University Comprehensive HIV Program
Phone: 215-707-2401
Greater Philadelphia Health Action Wilson Park Medical Center
Phone: 215-755-7700
Greater Philadelphia Health Action Southeast Health Center
Phone: 215-339-5100
Greater Philadelphia Health Action Frankford Avenue Health Center
Phone: 215-744-1302
Delaware Valley Community Health Fairmount Primary Care Center
Phone: 215-232-9600
Delaware Valley Community Health Maria de los Santos Health Center
Phone: 215-291-2500
Delaware Valley Community Health Woodland Ave Health Center
Phone: 215-726-9807
Esperanza Health Center
Phone: 215-221-6633
Esperanza Health Center
Phone: 215-831-1100
Esperanza Health Center
Phone: 215-302-3600
Family Practice & Counseling Network Health Annex
Phone: 215-772-4721
Family Practice & Counseling Network
Phone: 215-843-9720
Kensington Hospital
Phone: 215-291-6009
Hiv Case Management Providers
Mazzoni Center of Family & Community Medicine
Phone: 215-563-0658
Philadelphia Fight Jonathan Lax Treatment Center
Phone: 215-790-1788
Thomas Jefferson University Infectious Diseases
Phone: 215-503-8845
Action Wellness
Phone: 215-981-0888 Phone: 215-243-2800 Phone: 215-291-9700
Drexel Partnership Comphensive Care Drexel University College of Medicine
Phone: 215-762-2530
PHMC Care Clinic
Phone: 215-825-8221
Bebashi
Phone: 215-769-3562
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Family Care Center
Phone: 215-590-2956
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center Community Practice Clinic
Phone: 215-662-9908
Positive Effect Outreach Ministry
Phone: 215-840-2327
Kensington Hospital
Phone: 215-291-6009
One Day At A Time
Phone: 215-226-7860
Congreso De Latinos Unidos Programa Esfuerzo
Phone: 215-223-8872
Congreso De Latinos Unidos Programa Esfuerzo
Phone: 215-223-8872
Prevention Point
Phone: 215-634-5272 ext 1118
Temple University Comprehensive HIV Clinic
Phone: 215-707-3416
St. Christopher's Hospital For Children HIV Program
Phone: 215-427-5284
Healthcare/dental
Fairmount Primary Care Center

Appointments required.

Phone: 215-235-9600
FIGHT Family Dentistry:
Phone: 215-525-3046
Esperanza Health Center

Full and partial denture services available.

Phone: (215) 831-1100
University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine General Dentistry
Phone: 215-898-8965
Maria De Los Santos Health Center
Phone: (215) 291-2500
Adult & Family Medicine

Adult & Family Medicine, behavioral health, care coordination, dental, gynecology, health education, Health Insurance, HIV Services, Medication Dispensary, Pediatrics, Podiatry/Foot Care, Prenatal Care, Social Services.

Greater Philadelphia Health Action, Inc.
Phone: (215) 339-3000
GPHA Southeast Philadelphia Health Center

Also offers pediatric services.

Phone: 215-334-4900
GPHA Snyder Avenue Dental Center
Phone: (215) 334-4900
GPHA South Philadelphia Health Center Carl Moore Health Center

Also offers pediatric services.

Phone: 215-755-6866
Hunting Park Health Center

Also offers pediatric services.

Phone: (215) 228-9300

Delaware Valley Community Health, Inc.

Phone: (215) 235-9600

Offers denture and pediatric services.

Wilson Park Medical Center
Phone: (215) 755-7700

Also offers denture and pediatric services.

Steven and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Dental Practice
Phone: 215-769-1100

No one is turned away for inability to pay, offers sliding scale costs based on income and family size, services include exams and x-rays.

FPCN at Health Annex
Phone: (215) 727-4721

No one is turned away for inability to pay, offers sliding scale costs based on income and family size, services include exams and x-rays.

Sayer Health Center Dental Services
Phone: 215-921-2388
Puentes De Salud Dental Care
Phone: 215-898-1750
Philadelphia Department of Public Health Dental Care
Phone: 215-685-1822
Philadelphia Department of Public Health Health Center 6
Phone: 215-685-3816
Philadelphia Department of Public Health Health Center 5
Phone: 215-685-2938
Quality Community Health Care Inc. Dental Care
Phone: 215-227-0301 ext 7201
Spectrum Health Services Dental Care Program
Phone: 215-471-2761
Maurice Hornberg School of Dentistry at Temple Dental Care - Children
Phone: 215-707-2863
Maurice Hornberg School of Dentistry at Temple Dental Care - Adults
Phone: 215-707-2900
Stephen Klein Wellness Center
Phone: 215-320-6187
Primary medical care (including pediatrics and family planning)

Primary medical care (including pediatrics and family planning), Integrated behavioral health care, Dental Care, Phlebotomy, Wellness classes/programs, mobile nurse street outreach services, YMCA operated fitness facility, Physical therapy, Legal Clinic, Emergency food pantry for patients, Hospitality showers, Referrals to specialty care, Assistance with applying for health insurance.

Fentanyl Test Strips
NextDistro
Nextdistro.org;
Get test strips
Get test strips and/or Narcan mailed directly to you. Can also become a community partner for supplies on a rolling basis.
Prevention Point Philadelphia Overdose Prevention Program

Carlos Cruz

Phone: (267) 624-5739
Gambling
PA Resources
1(800) 848-1880
Regional Resources
1(800)-GAMBLER
The Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania

Facilitates referrals

Phone: (215) 643-4542;
Homeless Person Services
Broad St. Ministries
Phone: 215-735-4847

Assists with food stamps, medical assistance, mail, personal care, meals, primary care, clothing, behavioral health, HIV Testing

Pathways to Housing
Phone: 215-90-1500
ACCT Pet Food Pantry
Phone: 267-385-3800
Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia
Email: info@phillynokill.org
Emergency Housing Services
P Office of Homeless Services Access Points/Intake Centers
Apple Tree Family Center

Intake stops at 3pm

Phone: 215-686-7150 Phone: 215-686-7151 Phone: 215-686-7153
Roosevelt Darby Center

Intake stops at 3pm

Phone: 215-685-3700
Families Only Emergency Housing After-Hours Services
Red Shield Family Residence

Intake after 5pm, holidays and weekends 24/7.

Phone: 215-787-2887
Single Women Only Emergency Housing After Hours Services
Gaudenzia's House of Passage

Intake after 5pm, holidays and weekends 24/7.

Phone: 215-634-9775
Single Men only Emergency Housing After-Hours Services
Station House

Intake after 5pm, holidays and weekends 24/7.

Phone: 215-225-9230
Single Men Only Emergency Housing
Philly Shelter formerly Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission

Intake after 7pm; All services for existing clients only.

Phone: 215-922-6400
Saint John's Hospice

Intake 10pm.

Phone: 215-563-7763
Food - Pantry
Greater Goods Grocery: No pay grocery store; Must register with a piece of mail or ID. o Philadelphia Prevention Partnership

As needed, can deliver pick up is preferred; household meal boxes; Must register with a piece of mail or ID and phone number.

Phone: 215-821-2887
Our Closet in Your Neighborhood
Phone: 267-256-2179
The Rock Ministries
Phone: 215-739-3927
Old Pine Community Center Grab and Go Meals
Phone: 215-627-2493
East Park Revitalization Alliance Food Pantry

Clients are welcome to come once every week.

Phone: 215-235-6001
Greater Philadelphia Community Alliance
Phone: 215-468-1645 ext 7200
No documents are required

No documents are required. First come, first served. Specific Distribution events.

Kingdom Life Christian Center Food Distribution

Diapers and Formula also available

Phone: 267-343-5183
Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia

Must be registered 2 weeks prior for the food pantry

Phone: 570-421-3050
Must be registered 2 weeks prior for the food pantry.

HIV positive consumers need to bring their Ryan White Services Eligibility Card when visiting the food cupboard. No referral is needed. This program helps people with income at or below 150% of federal poverty guidelines. Information required to register: Name, Last 4 of SSN, zip code, Monthly Income, # of people in home.

Phone: 215-760-3561
KITHS Kitchen and Garden

Provides culturally affirming stock pantry, supplied with food items reflective of what Cambodian refugees and Southeast Asians normally consume; Cannot guarantee services without an appointment.

Phone: 215-278-6222
Episcopal Community Services Food Pantry
Phone: 215-528-5400 ext 2

Because supplies are limited, families can utilize the cupboard only once a per month.

Community of Compassion CDC Food Pantry
Phone: 267-767-1216
The West Philly Bunny Hop

Free Food for the people; Various locations; Walk ups welcome, first come first serve.

Phone: 484-238-0437
St. Barbara's Roman Catholic Church
Phone: 215-473-1044

Food Baskets.

Pathstone: Admin only

Emergency Food and Shelter Services; Must be a migrant orseasonal farmworker, or other rural disadvantaged person; must reside in coverage area (PA is included in this).

Phone: 800-888-6770
Food - Hot Meal Service
The Everywhere Project

Pantry items, clothing and harm reduction supplies also available.

Stop the Risk
Operation in my Backyard
St. Francis Inn
OSaint John's Hospice
Phone: 215-563-7763
City of Philadelphia
Phone: 215-686-7175
Identification
Catholic Social Services

Provides assistance in obtaining birth certificates.

Phone: 267-331-2500
Philly Restart

Must provide a letter of referral on letterhead when applying for an ID.

City of Philadelphia PHL City ID

Mondays are appointment only; Tuesday-Friday walk-ins accepted on a first come first serve basis.

Face to Face

Provides utility assistance, housing assistance, help applying for benefits, identification services.

Phone: 215-438-7939
Helping Hand Rescue Mission

Provides ID check for homeless clients who need a duplicate penndot ID.

Email: helpinghandphilly@gmail.com
Community Legal Services
Phone: 215-981-3700 (CC office)
Applying for Social Security Card

Applying for Social Security Card, Birth Certificate and PennDOT photo ID on behalf of someone without ID

Assistance collecting

Assistance collecting documents from schools, medical providers, etc.

Referring clients

Referring clients for legal name changes to VIP if/when necessary

Providing clients

Providing clients with verification letters stating that CLS is working with them to get their identity documents and that we can verify their identity

Advocating with Social Security

Advocating with Social Security, Vital Records and PennDOT on behalf of clients - Advocating for clients who need ID for their probation/parole officer, welfare office, SSA, etc.

PAD Office: (215) 305-8426 ext. 4001
Inpatient Treatment
Recovery Centers of America
Phone: (855) 752-4084
Valley Forge
Phone: (855) 752-4084
Kirkbride Center
Phone: (215) 471-2600
Gaudenzia Treatment Centers

Offers male-only and female-only services.

Phone: (833)976-4357
Beacon Point

Contact Jesselee Pierson at jpierson@thebeaconpoint.com OR Joe Harvey at jharvey@thebeaconpoint.com

Phone: (267) 313-0606
Eagleville Hospital

Contact Alison Mullen at amullen@eagleville.orgwill work with pregnant women.

Phone: (800) 255-2019
White Deer Run

will work with pregnant women.

Phone: 484-895-1018
Intimate Partner Violence
Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline
Phone: (866) 723-3014
Lutheran Settlement House
Phone: (215) 426-8610
Fishtown's Lutheran Settlement House

Fishtown's Lutheran Settlement House is designed to support survivors of domestic violence in any way they might need - with counseling services and programs for seniors, caregivers and people experiencing homelessness.

Congreso
Phone: (215) 763-8870
Congreso offers bilingual education

Congreso offers bilingual education and services for people dealing with domestic violence, to increase awareness and prevent domestic violence, and to connect survivors to resources.

Women Against Abuse
Phone: (215) 386-1280
Women Against Abuse boasts tons

Women Against Abuse boasts tons of wraparound services, from counseling to housing to legal help and programs for LGBTQ people experiencing intimate partner violence.

Medications For Opioid Use Disorder
Penn CareConnect Warmline
Phone: 484-278-1679
Connect with a recovery navigator (well versed in harm reduction)

Connect with a recovery navigator (well versed in harm reduction) and same day suboxone. Also a useful resource for people considering ER/inpatient admission at Penn hospitals.

Addiction Medicine and Health Advocates
Phone: 215-923-4202
Dosing M-F

Dosing M-F 6am-2pm; Sat/Sun/Holidays 6am-11:45am; Counseling 6am-4pm; Russian available.

Agape Storage Health Care Service (Serenity Safe Haven)

Buprenorphine Induction; Outpatient, Mental Health Treatement on site M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., until 8 p.m. via telehealth; Sat 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Cambodian Available; MOUs w/ ACANA for Case Management. Same-day induction with referral from Crisis Center.

Phone: 215-944-4444
Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha

Buprenorphine Induction & Vivitrol Maintenance; Outpatient Mental Health Treatment on site M-F 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Childcare services 10 yrs and up; Spanish Available; MOUs: Esperanza Health Center, Kirkbride, Eagleville Hospital, Firetree, Fairmount BH, Friends Hospital, Kensington Hospital.

Phone: 267-296-7220 Phone: 267-296-2921
Behavioral Wellness Center at Girard Goldman Clinic
Phone: 215-787-2000
Methadone Same Day Induction

Methadone Same Day Induction; Outpatient Dosing 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (Work and Medication Line) 6:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.; Spanish available. MOUs: DVCH, Temple University, PCOM Special Initiatives: Onsite Hep C.

Buprenorphine Induction

Buprenorphine Induction; Outpatient M-Th: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Fri 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Enrolled members can be seen in person until 8PM Tues and Thurs and telehealth every day. Sat/Sun are appointment and telehealth only. Russian, Turkish, Ukrainian Available, Specialized OP for Eastern European Pop. Childcare Available.

Casa De Consejeria y Salud Integral
Phone: 215-398-0247
Buprenorphine Induction & Maintenance

Buprenorphine Induction & Maintenance; OP: M-Th 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Fri 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sat/Sun appt and telehealth only; Spanish Available; MOU w/ ProAct, Atlantic Diagnostic Labs, LaSalle University, Pharmacy of America. Special Initiatives: Outreach at McPherson Park, Partnering with other faith-based and community organizations-meet needs of community and-offer treatment.

Chances-Philadelphia Health Management Corporation

Buprenorphine Induction; Vivitrol Maintenance; Naltrexone, Campral, Antabuse; OP/IOP, Mon 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wed 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Tu/Th/F 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Childcare Available,

Phone: 215-825-8220
Job training/ educational

Job training/ educational assistance offered Spanish, co-located with FQHC Pharmacy avail.

COMHAR
Phone: 215-427-5800
Buprenorphine Induction/Vivitrol Maintenance

OP MH tx on site; Spanish (American St location only); Both locations registration

Phone: 267-861-4382
The Consortium
Phone: 215-596-8000
MMT Induction, Methadone

MMT Induction, Methadone, Suboxone, Vivtrol; Dispensing and Clinical Services M-F, 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sat/Sun 8 to 11:30 a.m.; Medical Dept: M-F 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Psychiatrist Tu/Th 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; OP MH Tx on site. MOUs: Spectrum Health Services, One Day at a Time Recovery House

Special Initiatives: Spectrum Health Services

Special Initiatives: Spectrum Health Services, Genoa Health Care, Test2Live, Care Managers, Childcare on site.

Drexel Medicine Caring Together Clinic
Phone: 215-967-2130
Vivtrol/Suboxone/Naltrexone

Vivtrol/Suboxone/Naltrexone; Same Day Induction M-F 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; MOUs: Abbotsford Family Practice; Special Initiatives: Woman, Woman & Children, Pregnant Woman.

Gaudenzia Outreach I
Phone: 215-238-2150
215-238-2150

Vivtrol/Buprenorphine Same Day Induction; ASAM IOP/OP; MH Tx on site, and Assessments M F 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Spanish available; MOUs w/ Concept 90, Franklin Recovery House, Friends Hospital, Gemma Services, House of Passage, Tioga Arms & Tioga Arms Apartments, JEVS Human Services, Dignity Housing, Corizon Health, Eagleville, Gaudenzia Re-Entry House, Gaudenzia Focus House.

Gaudenzia

DRC

Vivitrol/Buprenorphine Same Day Induction

Vivitrol/Buprenorphine Same Day Induction; OP, M-F 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sat 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Gender specific groups, MOUs with Impact Veterans Services, Community Corrections Facilities, Nicetown Community Development Center, Horizon House, Einstein Medical Center, Women Against Rape (WOAR), Women Against Abuse, Roxborough Hospital, Temple Hospital, PRO-ACT.

Greater Philadelphia

Greater Philadelphia Health Action

Buprenorphine/Vivitrol/Antabuse Induction/Maintenance

No Sameday induction; OP M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Language Line In-Demand translation services.

Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Center
Phone: 215-456-1662
Buprenorphine/ Vivitrol maintenance

OP: Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, M/W/F 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tu/Th 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Sat 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. by appointment only; MH Tx: Chinese, Cambodian, Korean, Creole, Spanish, French, Russian, Vietnamese.

Interim House, Inc. PHMC
Phone: 215-849-4606
Buprenorphine, Naltrexone, Vivitrol, Campral, Antabuse

OP MH tx on site, M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Job training and educational assistance, Peer mentor program, 24/7 Women identifying Residential/Halfway House.

John F Kennedy Behavioral Health Center

215-567-2469 112 or 215-556-0860 MMT Vivitrol, Same-day Induction; Special Initiatives: Children's Mission. o Kensington Hospital: 215-426-8100

MMT Induction, Same-day Induction M-F 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Sat/Sun 7:30 to 11 a.m.; Spanish Available

MMT Induction, Same-day Induction M-F 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Sat/Sun 7:30 to 11 a.m.; Spanish Available

Phone: 215-471-2815
MMT; OP MH tx on site M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., until 8 p.m. via telehealth; Sat 9 a.m. to 5 p.m

MMT; OP MH tx on site M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., until 8 p.m. via telehealth; Sat 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; MH tx on site, Partnership with PhilaFight for Hep C Screenings.

Mazzoni Center
Phone: 215-563-0652
Buprenorphine, Vivitrol Maintenance

OP MH tx on site, M-F 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Spanish Available, LGBTQIA+, on site pharmacy MOUs with Merakey, Wedge, Horizon House, Hall-Mercer, Belmont, COMHAR.

Merakey Behavioral Health
Phone: 215-754-0240 Phone: 215-634-2420
Buprenorphine Induction Vivitrol MMT Induction, Vivitrol, Same-day Induction

OP MH Tx on site Walk-in Hours: M-F 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sat/Sun/Holidays 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; English and Spanish on site, language line.

Merakey Parkside Recovery
Phone: 215-276-8400 Phone: 215-236-0100
Methadone

OP, M-F 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sat/Sun 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.; Holidays 6 to 10 a.m.; Spanish available; Special Initiative: OUD Employment Services; MOUs: Jefferson, WOAR, Einstein, PHMC.

Milestone Rehabilitation
Phone: 215-464-3838
Buprenorphine Induction Vivitrol, Antabuse, Campral M-F 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sat: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m

Walk-in Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Russian, Turkish, Ukrainian Available.

NET Centers

215-451-7100215-286-5490215-831-6024267-597-3920 Buprenorphine Induction/Vivitrol; IOP/OP; MH tx on site, M-Th 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Walk-in M-F 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Forensic Pop. MH Tx. CPS/CRS avail.; Dual Dx BCM Services. Vivitrol Same Day Induction 5:15 to 6 a.m. VIP dosing, 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. dosing and clinic hours, evening hours for workers; Spanish Available. MOUs: Jefferson, Wedge, SOAR, Temple Buprenorphine Induction Same Day Induction ASAM IOP/OP Walk-in: MTWTH 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., M-F 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Path, Inc.
Phone: 215-728-4565
Buprenorphine Induction

Buprenorphine Induction, Vivitrol; Campral, Antabus, Same-day Induction for Vivitrol only M-F 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Russian + Language Line translation; MOUs: SOAR, NET, Behavioral Wellness at Girard Health System.

Pathways Housing
Phone: 215-390-6187
Buprenorphine Induction Vivitrol

Buprenorphine Induction Vivitrol, Long-Acting Injectable Buprenorphine (Sublocade), Same day Induction M-F 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; on-call 24/7; 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (walk in); Spanish & Russian Available; MOUs w/ Prevention Point and Project HOME, PCP on site, TCM services. o Pathways Recovery

Phone: 215-731-2402
Buprenorphine, Naltrexone

Buprenorphine, Naltrexone, Vivitrol, Campral, Antabuse MMT cliniccoordination, Same-day Induction Mon, Wed, Fri 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tue/Thu 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; Sat 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Partial Hospital Program; MH Tx on site; Languages: English, Spanish; MOUs: Kensington Hospital, Temple Episcopal, Beacon Point, Prevention Point.

Penn Medicine Mothers Matter Program
Phone: 215-573-8882
Buprenorphine Induction

Pregnant women.

Penn Outpatient (Total Recovery)
Vivitrol & Suboxone Buprenorphine induction

Vivitrol & Suboxone Buprenorphine induction; Spanish Available; MAT, OP, M-F: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

People Acting-Help
Phone: 215-728-4565
Buprenorphine Induction Vivitrol

Buprenorphine Induction Vivitrol; OP; M-F 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

PHMC Care Clinic MAT Program
Buprenorphine Induction/Vivitrol

M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Languages: English, French, Health Care Center, MAT Center for Excellence; MOUs: Northeast Treatment Center Spanish; PCP. o Prevention Point

Phone: 215-634-5272
Buprenorphine Induction

Harm Reduction Services; Spanish Available.

Project Home (Stephen Klein Wellness Center)

Buprenorphine Induction, Sublocade, Vivitrol (for opiates/alcohol), Nicotine replacement, Topiramate (cocaine/crack), Same-day Induction; M/W/Th 1:30 to 4 p.m. (new patients arrive before 3:30 p.m.). T/F 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. (new patients arrive before 11 a.m.).

Phone: 215-320-6187 ext. 5756
Translation services. MOUs

Phila Dept. of Prisons, Corizon Health (for post-release continuity), NET (for continuity while incarcerated), Jefferson Maternity Services, Penn mobile MAT, Homeless Outreach and Street Medicine (PHHS). Legal, Dental on site, Pharmacy on site. Primary/Psychiatric/Reproductive Health/ Family Planning/Perinatal Care/Infectious Disease (HIV, Hep C, STI's, TB, etc.). Testing and Treatment, LGBTQ-affirming care. Special Initiatives: Perinatal Recovery Support Services.

SOAR Corp
Phone: 215-464-4450
MMT Induction, Buprenorphine Induction and maintenance Same Day Induction OP, M-F 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m

MMT Induction, Buprenorphine Induction and maintenance Same Day Induction OP, M-F 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m

Stop and Surrender
Phone: 215-225-4626
Vivitrol

OP, M-F 9 a.m. to 10p.m.; Sat 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Sat); MOUs w/ Defender's Ass. of Phila., District 1199c, ProAct, Crossroads Recovery, Fairmount Behavioral Health, Gaudenzia, Beacon Point, Einstein MC, Belmont Behavioral Health, Malvern, Conewago, Temple CRC. o Thomas Jefferson University Family Center

Phone: 215-955-8577
MMT Induction Buprenorphine maintenance Same-day Induction

Pregnant Women only MATER; OP; 6:40 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Medication 6:40 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Spanish; (limited access to translation services); MH Tx on-site; Females only, pregnancy, childcare on site; Mindfulness Based Parenting Group (EBP), Patient Navigation.

Thomas Jefferson University (NARP)
MMT Induction/Buprenorphine maintenance

OP:M-F 8am to 5pm; MH Tx on-site; MOUs: CATCH, NPHS.

Temple Trust Clinic
Buprenorphine Induction M-F

Translation Services; Offers CRS services and resources can link to other levels of care if needed.

Wedge Medical Center
Phone: 215-223-1100 215-271-2200 215-744-3600
Buprenorphine Induction Vivitrol

Buprenorphine Induction Vivitrol, Same-day Induction Walk-in: 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.; M-Th 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Fri 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. English/Spanish available; ASAM IOP/ OP; MH Tx on site; MOUs: Malvern Treatment Center, Philadelphia FIGHT,Jefferson NARP program, Temple Trust; Partners with Temple Trust. Initiatives: Access Matters.

Women's Institute For Family Health
Women's Institute For Family Health

OP, M-F 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m. tp 1 p.m.; Does not offer same-day Induction; MOUs: West Chester University and Alvernia University, Penn Cedar, Impact Services. Special initiatives for Seniors and women and Formerly Incarcerated Men and Women.

Mobile Mat
Begin the Turn (Temple University)
Courage Medicine
Project Ride (Research Project)
Outpatient Substance Use Treatment
Esperanza Health Centers

Sarai Melendez or Guillermo Caro at (215)302-3600 ext. 220 Suboxone only, pharmacy on site.

Phone: (215)302-3600 ext. 220
Crossroads Treatment Centers
Phone: (800) 805-6989
Suboxone only
Merakey
Phone: (215) 634-2520 Phone: (215) 879-6116
Suboxone/Methadone/Vivitrol
Be Well Center

Richard McCoy rmccoy@bewellctr.org OR Ronald Pope rpope@bewellctr.org OR Xavier Bancroft%20xbancroft@bewellctr.org%20

Goldman Clinic

Women Against Abuse boasts tons of wraparound services, from counseling to housing to legal help and programs for LGBTQ people experiencing intimate partner violence.

Phone: (215) 787-2080
Methadone/Vivitrol
Gaudenzia Treatment Centers
Phone: (833) 976-4357
Vivitrol
Drexel Medicine Caring Together Clinic
Phone: (215) 967-2130
Suboxone/Vivitrol

Females only, childcare on site.

Northeast Treatment Centers aka "The NET"
Phone: (215) 451-7000 Phone: (215)743-6150 Methadone
John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center

Methadone/Vivitrol; MH Tx on site.

Phone: (215) 235-5520 Phone: (215) 556-0860
Jevs Act II
Phone: (215) 236-0100
Methadone; Spanish.
Prevention Point Philadelphia [STEP Program]
Suboxone/Vivitrol
Pathways to Recovery
Phone: (215) 731-2402 Email: pathwaysrecovery@phmc.org
Department of Behavioral Health
Phone: 215-546-1200
Legal Help
National Legal Advocacy Network
Phone: (888) 610-7752
Low-income workers movement
Community Legal Services
Phone: (215) 227-2400
Defender Association of Philadelphia
Phone: (215) 568-3190
Different county offices

Different county offices, contact the defender for the county you committed the crime in.

Police Assisted Diversion Office
Phone: (215) 305-8426 ext. 4001
Philadelphia Legal Assistance
Phone: 215-981-3800
Mail Services
Prevention Point drop-in center
Broad Street Ministries
Phone: 215-735-4847 ext 103 Email: aaliyah@broadstreetministry.org
St. John's Hospice

Check mail at least once a week; Mail must be collected in person; Unclaimed mail after 14 days will be returned to sender; Checks are secured by the day services case manager and can be collected Monday - Friday: 12pm - 3pm.

Phone: 215-563-7763
Medical Advocacy
Medical Advocacy
Phone: 866-509-7233 EXT 8
Available to sex workers

Available to sex workers, queer people, and people who use drugs (PWUD)

Mental Health
Community Behavioral Health
Phone: (888) 545-2600
Call for client resources

Call for client resources, can also provide locations for free resources for uninsured.

Free MHT for people who live within radius
Hispanic Community Counseling Services
Phone: (215) 425-6900
Substance use services

Substance use services are referred to HealthyMinds Philly.

NE Community Center for Behavioral Health Intake
Phone: (215) 831-2863
Free MHT for uninsured

Free MHT for uninsured, located inside Friends Hospital.

Casa de Consejeria
Phone: (215) 634-3259

ccsi@casadeconsejeria.org Candice Llano-Ross candice@casadeconserjeria.org OR Sasha MontesWhitley sasha@casadeconserjeria.org OR Danisleth Wharton danis@casadeconserjeria.org

Intensive outpatient

Intensive outpatient for people in recovery, PIR on-site [person in recovery]; Group and individual counseling available.

A&O Recovery Services
Phone: (215) 426-1992
Group & individual counseling

Group & individual counseling for people in recovery, relapse prevention after care, and personalized treatment plans.

Healthy Minds Philly
Email: healthymindsphilly.org
Tailored addiction resources

Tailored addiction resources for hoarding, alcohol, opioid, gambling, smoking, and computer gaming.

For intellectual disabilities services
Phone: (215) 685-5900
For help regarding mental health and addiction services
Phone: (888) 545-2600
With WellUs
Therapy focusing on LGBTQIA+ and POC
Oshun Family Center
Phone: (267) 808-2649
Therapy for Black

Therapy for Black people going through major life transitions and racial trauma.

Friends Hospital
Phone: (267) 808-2649
Oshun Family Center
Outpatient (215) 831-2800 Inpatient (215) 831-4600
Cohmar
Phone: (215) 739-2669
Behavioral health services

Behavioral health services for latinx, family, and children. Also offer HIV/AIDS supportive services that include linkage to housing for homeless clients.

The Ladipo Group
Phone: (267) 908-6363 ext. 1
Couple, individual, and family therapy

Couple, individual, and family therapy for Black & African American communities.

Narcan
Get free Narcan mailed to you confidentially and discreetly
Website: https://nextdistro.org/naloxone
Philadelphia Department of Public Health
Email: charles.nolan@phila.gov
Offers monthly public virtual trainings

Offers monthly public virtual trainings, trainings at request for groups and individuals.

Prevention Point drop-in center
Offers group and individual trainings
Savage Sisters
Operation in my backyard
The Everywhere Project
Email: info@everywhereproject.org
Outreach, Homeless
PHL Homeless Outreach Hotline
Phone: (215) 232-1984
Gaudenzia Outreach 1

Sheila Malveaux-Bentley smalveauxbentley@gaudenzia.org OR Warren Roy wroy@gaudenzia.org

Prevention Point Philadelphia [Housing Department]

Raquel Robinson

Phone: (215) 906-2187 Email: raquelr@ppponline.org
Valley Youth House's Synergy Project outreach program
Phone: (215) 925-3180
Survival supplies

Assists youth up to age 21 with survival supplies (food, clothes, hygienic products, sleeping bags, tents, tarps, etc.), peer support, informal counseling (individual, family, or group), information and referral services, and assistance to get off the streets.

Office of Homeless Services
Phone: 215-686-7175
211

211: Clothing, heat, gas & electric bill help, diapers, addiction services, disability services, domesticviolence help, health & dental, transportation, violence intervention

PA WIC
Phone: 1-800-942-9467
Coalition Against Hunger
Phone: 215-430-0556
Outreach Events
Savage Sisters
Operation In My Backyard
South Philly Punks with Lunch
The Everywhere Project
Kensington Project
Payee (Social Security)
Community Legal Services

Representative payee is a program that assists consumers of mental health services who are unable to handle personal finances. Great options for people who need a payee, but do not have an individual in their life who is able to manage their finances

Phone: 215-981-3700 Phone: (215) 751-1800
Philly Gun Violence Resources
The federal Victims

The federal Victims of Crime Act mandates that certain services are available to people who've personally suffered a violent crime, or those who have lost a loved one that way. There are victim services organizations all over the city that can help distribute these resources - from counseling services to legal help to reimbursement of funeral costs.

Philadelphia Mobile Emergency Team
Phone: (215) 685-6440
West/Southwest Victim Services Program
Phone: (215) 748-7780
Center City Crime Victim Services
Phone: 215-665-9680
Northeast Victim Services
Phone: (215) 332-3888
Northwest Victim Services
Phone: (215) 438-4410
Victim Services of South Philadelphia
Phone: (215) 551-3360

East Division Crime Victim Services (Concilio and Congreso):

Phone: (215) 426-4810

Philadelphia County Victim Services:

Phone: (215) 686-8027
Philadelphia County Juvenile Victim Services
Phone: 215-686-7682
Pregnant, General & Family Planning
Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc Breastfeeding Support

Breastfeeding education and information to pregnant clients; individual and group sessions; community outreach; practical advice and encouragement to breastfeeding mother on-site and by telephone.

Website: https://billypenn.com/2019/11/13/heres-a-list-of-resources-to-include-when-reporting-on-gun%20violence-in-philly/
Maternity Care Coalition North Philadelphia Breastfeeding Program
Phone: 215-386-3804 Email: nblack@maternitycarecoalition.org
Support from an international board certified Lactation Consultant

Weekly Bellies to Breast Support Group; Breastfeeding and Childbirth Workshops throughout the community.

Maria de los Santos Health Center
Phone: 215-291-2509
Maria de los Santos Women's Health Center
Phone: 215-207-0522
Gynecology, Prenatal Care
HIV Counseling and Testing

Health exams, mental health counseling, health education/counseling; prenatal care/Childbirth education; breastfeeding support/parenting; Family Planning; Immunization Clinics; nutrition counseling; HIV Counseling and Testing.

Fairmount Primary Care Center
Phone: 215-235-9600
Adult & Family Medicine

Adult & Family Medicine; Behavioral Health; Care Coordination; Dental; Gynecology; health Education; Health Insurance Enrollment; HIV HCV Care; HIV Services; Medication Assisted Treatment; Medication Dispensary; Pediatrics; Prenatal Care.

Educating Communities for Parenting Power to Parent Programs

Parenting education; fulfills court mandated requirements; health education, such as stress and anger management; health and safety issues; life skills; fatherhood program empowerment zone.

Phone: 215-496-9780 ext 0
Philadelphia Department of Public Health Healthy Start
Phone: 215-685-5225
Family planning services

Family planning services; prenatal care; pediatric care; care between pregnancies (inter conceptional care); breastfeeding education and support; education about pregnancy

spacing and planning your life course

prenatal depression and grief services; Parenting classes and support groups; resources and support for men and fathers.

Gateway Community Action Partnership Early Head Start

Early Education preparation; Childcare; Nutrition; This program serves pregnant women and children 3 years old or younger.

Phone: 215-625-3566
Spectrum Health Services Women's/Prenatal
Phone: 215-471-2761
Breast exams

Breast exams; cervical cancer screenings; colonoscopy; cryotherapy; incontinence; infertility; Mammogram referrals; menopause testing and treatment; Pap test; Sexual response education; UTI testing and treatment; Vaginal infections testing and treatment.

Esperanza Health Center Prenatal and Postpartum Pregnancy Care

Prenatal care; postnatal care; maternity care; behavioral health consultation; case management; dental care; postpartum family planning; nutrition counseling.

Phone: 215-302-3600
Community Women's Center of America Pregnancy Services

Pregnancy tests; pregnancy termination information; ultrasound; recovery care (after you've made your choice).

Phone: 267-239-0753
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Medical Assistance for Children and Pregnant Women
Phone: 215-560-7226
Healthcare coverage

Healthcare coverage to underinsured or uninsured pregnant women and infants; Full scope of medical services coverage; Coverage for the pregnant woman eligible for and receiving Medical Assistance is continued for 60 days after the birth; Proper prenatal care;

Early detection and treatment

Early detection and treatment of health problems; Helps in decreasing infant mortality; Helps in decreasing low birth weight.

Penn Medicine Hospital of University of Pennsylvania General Obstetric Services
Phone: 800-789-7366
Childbirth and Parent Classes

Childbirth and Parent Classes; Childbirth Facilities; Antenatal testing Unit for the diagnosis, care and treatment of women whose pregnancies are considered high-risk; Perinatal Evaluation Center (PEC) emergency room for pregnant women and a place for early labor examination; postpartum recovery; Accepts Medicaid and Medicare, and offers financial assistance to eligible patients with limited or no health insurance.

Spectrum Health Services Pregnancy Testing and Services

Pregnancy testing; Adoption referrals; Fertility awareness education; Pregnancy planning services; Prenatal services; Postpartum exams; Trained staff to discuss options if you are pregnant; Trained staff to talk with you about early pregnancy loss (miscarriage).

Phone: 215-235-7944 Phone: 215-471-2761
Planned Parenthood
Phone: (215) 351-5550
Einstein Complex Family Planning Center
Phone: (215) 456-7180
Social workers available

Social workers available, work with pre-existing conditions, low-cost and no-cost options, abortion services also available.

AccessMatters
Phone: (215) 985-2600
Teen Pregnancy/parenting
Turning Points for Children Time Out for Teens and Tots Program

Parenting Education

Phone: 215-875-8200
Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc. Enhancing Teen Parenting Skills

Parenting Program Coordinator

Phone: 215-914-3755 Email: pugam@congreso.net
Child safety

Child safety; child development from birth through age three; positive parenting and effective discipline; preventing child abuse and neglect; developing nurturing responses to baby/child; Importance of play; developing healthy family relationships; children's health and nutrition; Identifying and managing feelings around the difficult tasks of parenting.

Pregnant & Using Substances Or In Recovery
Jefferson Health's MATER program
Family Center Administrative Offices
Phone: 215-955-3792
Outpatient and residential programs available
Jefferson Health's MATER program "My Sisters Place"
Phone: 215-955-3792
Residential Tx program for pregnant and parenting women (can bring up to 3 kids).
Penn Medicine "Mothers Matter" program
Phone: (800) 789-7366
Pregnant and postpartum women with SUD

Pregnant and postpartum women with SUD. Connects mothers with social and psychological help to reduce relapse after giving birth.

PDPH SUPHR NAS

Works with pregnant and post-partum women and families; Connections to diaper banks, MAT, etc.

Phone: 215-776-4406 Email: carla.calabrese@phila.gov
Remote Overdose Prevention
Never Use Alone Hotline
Phone: 1-800-484-3731
The Brave App - Overdose prevention phone App
Canary- Prevent Overdose prevention phone app
It will send an alert to a friend if you become inactive.
Re-entry
City of Philadelphia - Mayor's Office of Reintegration Services

As needed, can deliver pick up is preferred; household meal boxes; Must register with a piece of mail or ID and phone number.

Phone: (215) 683-3370 Email: orp@phila.gov
Behavioral health services

benefits access; City Services (water, trash, business permits, etc.); Clothing; Culinary Training; Education; Employment support and workforce development; Expungement and pardon services; Financial counseling; food; foklift training; municipal identification; vocational training opportunities. Must be 18 or older; Must be a Philadelphia Resident; Must not have an open case.

Action Wellness Linkage & Engagement After Prison
Phone: (215) 981-0088
Tailored for people with opioid use disorder (OUD)

Has Behavioral health tied in. Action Wellness ReLink (for folks without OUD).

Ardella's House
Phone: (215) 200-6006
For women with criminal histories
NOI Prison Reform Ministry
Phone: (267) 469-4607
Goldring Reentry Initiative
Phone: (215) 573-7942
Helps 3mo PRE and POST release
Gaudenzia Halfway House (PWUD specific/male only)
Phone: (215) 438-5082
Contact Aaron Harris
Email: aharris@gaudenzia.org

OIC Philadelphia

Phone: (215) 236-7700 Email: Hello@philaoic.org
Education and job training

Also offers paid internships. Must be 16-24yrs, 25yrs+ MUST be on probation or parole

Why Not Prosper (job skills, affordable housing, employment)
Pennsylvania Innocence Project
Phone: 215-204-4255
Re-entry services

Identification and vital records, housing searches, education and employment, benefits enrollment, physical and mental health services.

Broad Street Ministries (connect with P.O., case management, expungements)
Office of Immigrant Affairs
Phone: 215-686-0876
Recovery Houses
Recovery Houses

As needed, can deliver pick up is preferred; household meal boxes; Must register with a piece of mail or ID and phone number.

Phone: (855) 571-4373

3734 N Carlisle Street, Philadelphia PA 19140

Revival Transitional Living
Phone: (267) 778-8937 Email: revivaladmissions@gmail.com

1411 W Ritner Street, Philadelphia PA 19145

Interim House

(215) 849-4606

333 W Upsal Street, Philadelphia PA 19119

Women only
All Good Things Recovery Program
Phone: (267) 231-7430

4610 David Street, Philadelphia PA 19127

Offers case management

Offers case management, mental health assessment, medication monitoring, and ID procurement.

UNKNOWN NAME

3931 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19134

Great for Spanish-only, men only
Franklin Recovery
Phone: (215) 501-9461

2602 S Franklin Street, Philadelphia PA 19148

Alcohol only
Restoration House: Saby at
Phone: (267) 255-1861

2854 Kensington Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19134

Spanish, sobriety required
Solution House
Phone: (888) 316-2902

4143 Paul Street, Philadelphia PA 19124

Gibson Foundation, LLC
Phone: (215) 291-9420
Spanish, sobriety required
Phone: 215-686-0876

3339 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19134

Joy of Living Recovery Program

4716 Leiper Street, Philadelphia PA 19124

Phone: (215) 613-7121 Email: joyofliving@comcast.net
Fresh Start Men's Program
Phone: (215) 739-0369

2868 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19134

Savage Sisters
9 Locations throughout South Philadelphia
Contact for MALE housing Jose C
Email: josercastillo81790@gmail.com
Contact for FEMALE housing Melanie
Email: melanie@savagesisters.org
Interim House West

Program Director: Margaret Wolfe-Coleman 4301 Parkside Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Phone: (215) 871-0300
Program for ciswomen and their kids; has an after school and pre-school program
Refferal Providers
Emily Scott
Phone: 610-715-3250 Email: emilyscott47@gmail.com
Tasnim Suliman

This is her Psychology Today profile

Website: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/tasnim-sulaimanardmore pa/152450 Phone: (267) 736-3030 Email: tasnimsulaiman@yahoo.com
Burgandy Holiday

here is the link to her Psychology Today profile

Website: https://www.psychologytoday.com/profile/442434 Phone: 215-436-9178 Email: burgandy@betruecounseling.com
Kevana Nixon
Phone: (615) 618-1833 Email: nixon.kevana@gmail.com
Therapy for Black Girls is also an awesome resource for finding clinicians of color, this is their website
Website: https://therapyforblackgirls.com/
Jami Williams, MS, LPC, 267-422-7129
Email: jwilliams@capstonesc.org
Khalilah Hahnan

office located in Jenkintown

Website: www.KhalilahYadullah.com Phone: 267-420-0704
Rasheda Randall

office located in Jenkintown o Malyka Cardwell

Website: philadelphiamft.com Phone: 267-422-2788 Phone: 267-908-4368 Email: sheda.ran@gmail.com
Tamekia D. Young, EdM, NCC, LPC, Imani Counseling
Phone: 267-592-7314

Marvin A. Toliver, LSW, 3828 Lancaster Ave, Philadelphia, Pa 19104, Psychology Today Profile

Website: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/19104/446825?sid=5f22 ec5fe2644&ref=7&tr=ResultsName
Wesley Harris, LPC
Phone: 484-402-4921
Relinquish & Transcend Counseling
Website: https://randtcounseling.com
Sexual Assault
Women Organized Against Rape Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence 24hr Crisis Hotline
Phone: (215) 985-3333

All services are free, WOAR offers forensic exam accompaniment, bilingual/bicultural therapy, court accompaniment, group therapy, etc.

Pennsylvania Coalition Against R*pe

(888) 772-PCAR

Provides list of r*pe crisis centers.

Website: www.pcar.org
Sex Work/sex Trafficking/labor Trafficking
Philadelphia Red Umbrella Alliance
Harm reduction tips and safety tips for sex workers
New Day Salvation Army
Thursday Trauma-Informed Groups

11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday Community Behavioral Health Intensive Comprehensive Drug & Alcohol Case Management

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

*Services for women, sex workers, sex trafficking, and labor trafficking*
*Services for women, sex workers, sex trafficking, and labor trafficking*
Phone: 1-888-373-7888
Showers
Prevention Point "Womxn's Night"
Only for female identifying folks
Prevention Point 'Men's Night
Only for male identifying folks
Catholic Workers Clinic
Phone: (215) 432-0222
New Day Drop-In Center
Phone: (267) 838-5866
Only for female identifying people ages 18+

Also provides clothing and hygiene products. Free underwear, menstrual products, and condoms.

Hub of Hope
Phone: 215-309-5225
Limited laundry services available
Savage Sisters
St. John's Hospice
Phone: 215-563-7763
All patrons must be finished and leave by 11am

Monday showers are reserved for seniors, disabled patrons, and veterans; Patrons may participate in one shower a week.

Smoking (Cigarettes/tobacco)
Smoke Free Philly - Department of Public Health

[Spanish] Offers free nicotine replacement therapy [NRT] gum, patches, etc.

Phone: 1(800) 784-8669 Phone: 1(855) 335-3569
Std Testing
Bebashi
Phone: 215-769-3561
Rapid and laboratory-based testing for HIV

Sexually transmitted infection(STI) testing; Hepatitis C (HCV) testing; Pregnancy Testing; PrEP and PEP; Treatment for HIV, STIs (chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis) and HCV; Sexual health Education.

Mazzoni Center
Phone: 215-985-9206
Rapid and laboratory-based testing for HIV

Sexually transmitted infection(STI) testing; Hepatitis C (HCV) testing; Pregnancy Testing; PrEP and PEP; Treatment for HIV, STIs (chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis) and HCV; Sexual health Education.

Congreso de Latinos Unidos
Phone: 215-763-8870
Courage Medicine
Phone: 267-217-3217
Courage Medicine Mobile Unit
Phone: 267-217-3217
PHMC Health Connection
Phone: 215-765-6690

1900 N 9th St, 19122

Health exams, mental health counseling, health education/counseling

prenatal care/Childbirth education; breastfeeding support/parenting; Family Planning; Immunization Clinics; nutrition counseling; HIV Counseling and Testing.

Suicide Prevention
988
Serves nationwide and calls are not confidential, police may be called
Philadelphia Suicide and Crisis Center
Phone: (215) 686-4420
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Phone: 1-800-273-8255
The Philadelphia Suicide Prevention Task Force

My Brother's Keeper (MBK Cares)

Phone: (267) 580-9440 Email: philadelphiasptf@phila.gov
Runs regular community events out of Cobbs Creek recreation center

They'll welcome you into an existing network of support, helping you find counseling and cope with hardships like bullying.

Donovan Williams Memorial Foundation
Phone: (215) 834-9339
A supportive community rooted in sports

The runs a basketball league to promote sportsmanship, foster social skills and educate youth on suicide prevention. The city's Suicide Prevention Task Force operates five regular support groups all over the city for people who have lost a loved one to suicide.

Survivors And Loved Ones
The Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia
Phone: (215) 567-6776
The Anti-Violence partnership offers many services

There's a counseling center, plus resources for kids, victims of intra-family homicide, and people whose family members have been murdered. o Healing Hurt People

Phone: (215) 762-1177
A Drexel violence intervention program

Healing Hurt People offers free case management support for people who've experienced a traumatic event - including resources like health care, housing, food and advocacy at school. There's also a mobile therapy program and peer support for fellow young adults who survived violence.

Philly's Office of Violence Prevention
Phone: (215) 686-0789
After a violent crime

After a violent crime, the city's Office of Violence Prevention deploys community crisis intervention teams, who help neighbors and assist police in their investigation. The OVP also dolesout grants to community anti-violence programs.

Network of Neighbors Responding to Violence
Phone: (267) 233-4387
The Network of Neighbors

Responding to Violence is a network of community members trained to support-and lead-responses to stress, trauma, loss, and violence within their own communities. o Pennsylvania Crime Victim Compensation

Phone: (800) 233-2339
The Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly

Victims and witnesses 60 years of age or older can reach out to CARIE, the Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly, which has a victim advocacy program that provides free consulting, court accompaniment, education regarding victim rights. It will also repair external doors, windows and locks to secure victimized seniors in their homes at no charge. o Pennsylvania Health Law Project

Phone: 215-545-5728 Phone: 800-274-3258
Statewide nonprofit Pennsylvania

Health Law Project offers free legal services via its VOCA (Victim of Crime Act) Program, helping people injured by gun violence (or other crimes) get health insurance via Medicaid to treat physical and mental injuries.

Syringe Service
Prevention Point Philadelphia

2913-15 Kensington Ave. Phila, PA 19134

Syringe exchange schedule

Tuesday & Friday 12:00pm-3:30pm

Emergency pack schedule
Monday & Wednesday

12:00pm-3:30pm

Mobile ExchangeTuesday: 37th & Brown 1pm - 3pm; 54th & Market: 3:30p-5:30p

Wednesday: Broad St & Passyunk Ave: 8:30a-10am; 13th & Washington 10:30a-1pm Thursday: Frankford Ave & Pratt St: 12pm - 2pm; 11th St & Indiana Ave: 2:30p - 5p Saturday: 3rd & Girard: 10:30a - 1pm; 10th St & Fairmount Ave: 1:30p-3:30p

Transgender
Transgender Law Center Legal Information Helpline
Serves Nationwide
Phone: 510-587-9696
Trans Lifeline Peer Support Hotline
Serves Nationwide
Phone: 877-565-8860
Peer support, crisis hotline; available in English and Spanish.
Trans Lifeline Microgrants Program
Phone: 510-771-1417
Offers Funding for Passport, Driver's License of State ID

Court Order Name Change, Immigration Documents, Tribal IDs. Does not file the paperwork. Application opens twice a month, 1st of every month 12pm and the 15th of every month at 6pm.

Galaei Transgender, Intersex, Non-Binary, Gender Non-confirming

Peer coaching, Advocacy, Access to trans-friendly medical care, Life skill training, resume building, mental health care.

Phone: 215-398-5003
Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund, Inc. Name Change Project

Legal name change services.

Phone: 646-862-9396
Beyond Therapy Letter Evaluations
Email: info@beyondtherapy.us
Letter evaluations for anyone looking to get surgery, hormones, or gender marker change
Mazzoni Center Counseling and Recovery Services
Phone: 215-563-0652 ext 248
Trauma And Grief Resources For Family
AVP's hotline for families of murder victims
Phone: (215) 686-8033
Mothers in Charge
Phone: (215) 228-1718

Mothers in Charge is a national organization founded in Philadelphia by Dorothy Johnson-Speight, who lost her son to gun violence. This group of impassioned mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters and loved ones can help you take steps to cope with tragedy.

EMIR Healing Center in East Germantown
Phone: (215) 848-4068

EMIR Healing Center was founded by a grieving parent to provide support after community trauma. After a violent crime, members will visit a block, school or individual person to offer healing services. You can also reach out for domestic violence resources

Operation Save Our City
Phone: (856) 745-6045

Based in Fairhill, Operation Save Our City supports to the families of victims of violent crime. Founder Rosalind Pichardo helps arrange public demonstrations and vigils to generate attention for cold cases.

Undocumented Persons
Coalition of African and Caribbean Communities
Phone: (215) 787-1302
Esperanza [Legal Department]
Phone: (215) 324-0746 ext. 298
Catholic Social Services

[Spanish]

Phone: (215) 854-7019 Phone: (215) 854-7018
Provides legal assistance and help finding asylum, court presentation, and citizenship applications.
Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians
Phone: (215) 557-2626
Uninsured
The Behavioral Health Special Initiative
Phone: 215-546-1200
Use to see what options are available for people seeking Tx.
Utilities
Utility Emergency Services Fund Hotline
Phone: (855) 827-8373
Energy Coordinating Agency
Phone: 215-609-1000
UESF

[Spanish]

Phone: 215-814-6847
Philadelphia Water Department
Phone: 215-685-6300
Housing & Communication Development
Phone: 215-448-2160
Philly Tenant
Phone: 267-443-2500
Save Your Home Philly
Phone: 215-334-4663
Veterans
The Veterans Group
Phone: (215) 222-4379
Higher education, employment, and workplace training.
Veterans Multi-Service Center
Phone: (215) 923-2600
Employment, housing, benefits support, and education
Military Assistance Project Intake Hotline
Phone: (267) 449-6067
Legal services to military, veterans, and their spouses.
Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at the University of Pennsylvania

Telehealth available, free of cost care, and transportation assistance.

Phone: (844) 573-3146
Impact Services Corporation
Phone: (215) 425-0970
Military Sexual Assault
Phone: (877) 995-5247
Resource available to any member of the Department of Defense community
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Phone: 844-698-2311
Veterans Identification Cards.
VA Dental Insurance Program
Phone: 877-222-8387
Veteran Affairs

select option 1

Phone: (800) 273-8255
Text 838255.
Youth/young Adult
The Pride Host Homes Program
Phone: (215) 925-3180
LGBTQ+ young people ages 18-25 experiencing homelessness with a safe and affirming, private space for 1-6 months
Youth Emergency Service (ages 12-17)
Phone: 215-787-0633 Phone: 800-371-7233
24/7
Covenant House Crisis Center (Ages 0-21)

24-hour hotline

Phone: 215-951-5411

o CTS Youth Transition Center (Ages 14-17)

Phone: 1-800-999-9999
Valley Youth House's Synergy Project outreach program

Assists youth up to age 21 with survival supplies (food, clothes, hygienic products, sleeping bags, tents, tarps, etc.), peer support, informal counseling (individual, family, or group), information and referral services, and assistance to get off the streets.

Phone: (215) 925-3180
Office of Children & Families
Phone: 833-750-5627
Cradles to Crayons: cradlestocrayons.org/
philadelphia/familyassistance
Diaper Bank
Phone: 215-919-8500
Woundcare
Kensington Wound Care Van
Able to write prescriptions.
Courage Medicine (Mobile Van)
Mother of Mercy
Prevention Point Philadelphia
Has onsite antibiotics and ability to write prescriptions
Savage Sisters
Dependent upon volunteer availability
PDPH SUPHR
Dependent upon weather.
Catholic Worker Clinic
Temple University Wound Care Clinic
Phone: 1-800-836-7536
Appointment Only.
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