Below are a list of organizations in the Greater Philadelphia area who provide support and/or resources for you and your family.
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Covenant House is committed to helping every young person who needs us 24/7, 365 days a year. Funding from caring people like you is the lifeline that makes these programs possible across the country. Learn how we utilize resources efficiently and meaningfully for our kids.
HealthyMindsPhilly.org is an online tool and resource designed to support and improve the mental health and well-being of all Philadelphians, regardless of zip code, insurance or income status. Intended to look and feel different than traditional government sites, HMP is a welcoming and inviting space with a full suite of wellness tools and options.
MANNA uses nutrition to improve health for people with serious illnesses who need nourishment to heal. By providing medically tailored meals and nutrition education, we empower people to improve their health and quality of life.
Mazzoni Center’s mission is to provide quality comprehensive health and wellness services in an LGBTQ-focused environment, while preserving the dignity and improving the quality of life of the individuals we serve.
The Mitzvah Food Program Choice Food Program is our signature food security program with various locations throughout Greater Philadelphia and beyond. This program provides 3.5 days’ worth of nutritious meals every month. Clients are able to choose their food using a touchscreen, allowing volunteers to pack their bags according to the client’s preferences and dietary requirements. The unique touchscreen system uses virtual points, allocated to each household monthly, to excite healthy eating by pricing healthy options lower (e.g., brown rice is 1 point and white rice is 2).
The NFAP is a governmental agency. Find out how to get food in case of an emergency, apply for food stamps and what free or low-cost food programs are available for infants, children and seniors. Learn about rule changes during the coronavirus emergency.
Philabundance is the Delaware Valley’s largest hunger relief organization, acquiring, rescuing and distributing food to help feed those in need, and advocating for policies that increase food access. The mission of Philabundance is to drive hunger from our communities today and end hunger forever.
Services for Older Philadelphians and their caregivers, including home delivered meals, senior community centers, and meal sites.
A list of all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Philadelphia, PA and surrounding cities.
Philly Food Finder is a guide to getting affordable, healthy food. Provides information and a map on your neighborhood’s food program’s including: SNAP/food stamps, low cost groceries, food for kids & seniors, home-delivered food, soup kitchens, food pantries, farmer’s markets
Share Food Program will continue to support food sites that distribute boxes of food to qualifying seniors. Seniors who qualify are entitled to receive one box of food per month, which can be delivered directly to their home or picked up from a distribution site.
Share Food Program distributes food to 700,000 neighbors in need each month, 36% of whom are children, and 12% of whom are seniors.
Food assistance provided by the City of Philadelphia. To apply or see if you qualify, please call 1-(855) 252-MEAL or text “FOOD” or “MEALPA” to 877-877.
The ConsultLine is designed to assist parents and advocates of children with disabilities or children thought to be disabled. If you have any questions concerning your child’s special education program or the laws relating to the provision of services in your child’s IEP (Individualized Educational Program), the special education specialists at ConsultLine may be able to assist you.
There are over 1,000 sites in Philadelphia that serve free summer meals and snacks to youth ages 18 and under, as well as students 19 and older enrolled in a qualifying school program. These sites may be found at recreation centers, parks, churches, or even on your neighborhood block. No ID or registration is required!
TriZen, LLC. is a Philadelphia based DBE Certified Business Consulting and Leadership Development Company, comprised of a team of top-tier professionals who offer a unique combination of management consulting and human capital development experience.
HUNE is a not for profit organization that provides free bilingual English and Spanish training, technical assistance and individual assistance to families of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities and to professionals who work with children. This assistance helps families to participate more effectively with professionals in meeting the educational needs of children and youth with disabilities. HUNE works to improve educational outcomes for children and youth with all disabilities (emotional, learning, mental, and physical) from 0-26 years of age.
Manor College is a private associate and bachelor’s degree granting college in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia. While the college offers degrees in various fields of study, it may be best known for its vet tech and dental hygiene programs.
The Parent Education Network’s (PEN) purpose is to offer learning strategies to parents and technical assistance to schools and families to increase meaningful family engagement linked to learning, to ultimately increase student success. PEN is a project of Parents Helping Parents of Wyoming, Inc. a statewide non-profit parent organization.
PEAL works with families, youth and young adults with disabilities and special health care needs to help them understand their rights and advocate for themselves.
Team Tutors provides guidance and support for families seeking homeschooling and alternative educational plans. We design both long and short-term programs for students of all ages. Our experienced teachers can implement a comprehensive full-time program and our specialists provide varying levels of academic support depending on the student’s program.
The Parent Mentor Program (PMP) was created to provide families with individualized peer support and information to foster learning and independence. There are two components to this program:
Parent Matching and Parent Mentor Volunteers.
Working with the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Bureau of Special Education, PaTTAN provides a full array of professional development and technical assistance targeted to improving student results. This professional development and technical assistance takes many forms in order to meet the varied needs of PaTTAN’s constituents. Week-long summer institutes, ongoing professional development series, webinars, on-site assistance, and individual student or teacher supports are some of the means by which PaTTAN provides support to schools.
Blue Campaign is a national public awareness campaign, designed to educate the public, law enforcement and other industry partners to recognize the indicators of human trafficking, and how to appropriately respond to possible cases. Blue Campaign works closely with DHS Components to create general awareness training and materials for law enforcement and others to increase detection of human trafficking, and to identify victims.
HPA Counseling and Wellness Centers provide counseling, psychiatry and wellness services including health coaching, career coaching, nutrition counseling and professional organizing.
JEVS offers a wide-range of services which are separated into the categories listed below:
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a public education program that teaches the skills needed to identify, understand, and respond to signs of behavioral health challenges or crises. First Aid is given until appropriate supports are received. This program is run by Healthy Minds Philly.
Find social and legal services for victims and survivors of human trafficking, and connect with training and volunteer opportunities across the U.S. and its territories.
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Nemours is a nonprofit children’s health system. Neil Izenberg, MD, a physician at Nemours, founded KidsHealth.org in 1995. Their goal is to help parents, kids, and teens take charge of their health.
Pennsylvania Recovery Organization – Achieving Community Together (PRO-ACT) works to reduce the stigma of addiction, ensure the availability of adequate treatment and recovery support services, and to influence public opinion and policy regarding the value. PRO-ACT supports all pathways to recovery and embraces the Recovery-Oriented System of Care. Recovery-oriented systems support person-centered and self-directed approaches to care that build on the strengths and resilience of individuals, families, and communities to take responsibility for their sustained health, wellness and recovery from alcohol and drug problems.
Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC) of the Philadelphia Region supports families of seriously ill children by creating a community of comfort and hope.
The Arc is the largest nationwide advocacy organization for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Arc of Pennsylvania has 33 local chapters and represents over 8,000 members. Their state office coordinates strategic, grassroots advocacy efforts; provides policy analysis and trainings, and implements the statewide Include Me and the Arc Discovery Employment Transitions (ADEPT) programs that serve children and adults.
CEPA is located in Philadelphia and Doylestown, PA. The organization has been in operation formally since September 15, 1975. This community based Council identified its purpose as one of primary prevention through the mobilization of concerned citizens to effect changes in attitudes toward the disease of alcoholism. The Council evolved from the community to meet a desperate need within the community.
Catchafire strengthens the social good sector by matching professionals who want to donate their time with nonprofits who need their skills.
The Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) is a grassroots citizens organization which brings together people of all ages, backgrounds, professions, and political persuasions in support of three goals: global abolition of nuclear weapons, a peace economy, and a halt to weapons trafficking at home and abroad.
FSP AGAINST BULLYING is a community initiative that supports safe spaces and increase awareness about bullying in schools, home and in the workplace. We share, encourage & support anti-bullying campaigns through supportive and informative resources & volunteerism.
The Philadelphia Foundation helps local nonprofits accelerate impact through grantmaking and operational support, from training staff to building endowments.
UNI! Jersey Gay Pride’s Bully Free Buddy! UNI was created in hopes to emanate bully prevention, support, and interjection sustained dialogue. Uni works hard to shed light on various community LGBTQA members who have been bullied and willing to share their stories, encouraging and educating their peers how to overcome and help stop bullying.
Disability Rights Pennsylvania protects and advocates for rights of people with disabilities so that they may live the lives they choose, free from abuse, neglect, discrimination, and segregation.
The Office for Dispute Resolution (ODR) provides the resources for families and educational agencies to resolve educational disputes for children served by the early intervention system, students who are gifted (or thought to be gifted), and students with disabilities (or thought to have disabilities).
The Pennsylvania Bar Association is a voluntary bar association of lawyers and law students in Pennsylvania, United States. The association offers membership benefits, including publications, practice support, networking, and continuing education.
The Public Interest Law Center uses high-impact legal strategies to advance the civil, social, and economic rights of communities in the Philadelphia region facing discrimination, inequality, and poverty. They use litigation, community education, advocacy, and organizing to secure access to fundamental resources and services.
The Pennsylvania State Task Force is charged with ensuring that the mandate and spirit of the Right to Education Consent Agreement are carried out throughout the commonwealth.
The Colours Organization’s mission is to impact, improve, and empower the lives of LGBTQ+ communities of color, especially those of the African diaspora, within the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area.
Garden State Equality is New Jersey’s statewide advocacy and education organization for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.
Jersey Gay Pride’s mission is to promote equality, respect, and awareness of causes important, such as bullying and hunger, to the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, trans-gender and questioning community of Southern New Jersey and surrounding areas.
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