Mental Health/Community Support
If you or someone you know is a victim of sexual assault, WOAR can help support during this difficult time.
You may call or text their 24-hour hotline 215-985-3333
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm
Address: 1617 JFK Boulevard Suite #800, Phila., PA 19130
Care Solace School Base
If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness, you are not alone. Please follow this link www.philasd.org/homeless/contact/ to the School District Office for Students and Youth Experiencing Homelessness (ECEY).
Phone: 215-400-4830, Option #4
Address: 440 N. Broad St., Suite 111
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm
Attic Youth Center
PCCY helps connect families with health insurance – at no cost. *It is important to note that they support safe healthcare for immigrant families, regardless of citizenship in the United States, and all calls are confidential**
The Helpline is for parents:
Who have lost their jobs and are worried about losing health coverage for their children and themselves
Are concerned with the costs of testing and treatment of COVID-19
With any questions about CHIP or Medicaid coverage
With language interpretation needs
IF YOU OR YOUR FAMILY NEED ASSISTANCE WITH HEALTH INSURANCE, PLEASE CALL:
215-563-5848 X 17
If you’re in danger of getting your utilities shut off or going without heat in your home, there are programs that can help you.
PHILLY EVICTION PREVENTION PROJECT
HEATING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Uplift Center for Grieving Children
Mothers in Charge
Mothers In Charge, Inc. advocates for families affected by violence and provides counseling and grief support services for families when a loved one has been murdered.
Please call 215-228-1718 for support and service.
Mazzoni Center offers primary health care services, counseling services, family planning services, HIV/AIDS care services. Also offering direct legal services and advocacy service for individuals facing discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
- https://www.mazzonicenter.o rg/support-mazzoni or call 1-215-563-0652
The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians
The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians offers free legal clinics for immigrants on the second Tuesday of every month from 3 to 5:30 p.m. at the Center City location. Clients talk in private to an attorney about any legal questions they may have; immigration, business, family, or employment. Please register in advance to reserve an appointment.
- https://welcomingcenter.org/ or call 1-215-557-2626
JEVS provides employment training in food service, custodial, and hospitality areas; and partial hospitalization for services.
- https://www.jevshumanservic es.org/programs/ Phila. or call 1-215-854-1800
FINANCIAL SUPPORT WITH UTILITY BILL
FINANCIAL SUPPORT WITH WATER BILL
American Rescue Plan (ARP) Homeless Children and Youth Grant Monitoring
Maternity Care Coalition
Maternity Care Coalition programs support maternal and child health through early head start, cribs for kids, research and policy advocacy.
- https://maternitycarecoalition.org/ or call 1-215-972-0700
Outreach Coordination Center(Project Home)
Outreach Coordination helps homeless individuals with advice and assistance (24 hours a day).