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Office of Supportive Housing
1401 JFK Boulevard, 10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Appletree Family Intake Center (Single Women & Families) 
1430 Cherry Street
M-F; 7am-3pm

The Red Shield (After Hours Reception for Single Women with Families)
715 N. Broad Street
After 4pm

Station House (After Hours Reception for Single Men)
2601 N. Broad Street
After 4pm, Weekends & Holidays
215-225-9235

House of Passage (After Hours Center for Women & Families)
48th St. and Haverford Avenue
After 4pm, Weekends & Holidays

Roosevelt Darby Center (Intake & Assessment for Single Men)
802 N. Broad Street
M-F; 7am-3pm

Emergency Assistance Response Unit (Walk-ins Welcome)
5252 N. 13th Street
M-Th; 9am-3pm
215-685-9087 (Information line)

Emergency Housing Intake:
215-686-7147

Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-866-723-3014

Adult Protective Services
Information and Referral Hotline:
215-686-5671 or 215-686-5672







To assist individuals and families in moving towards independent living and self-sufficiency in safe and stable housing through Philadelphia’s homeless continuum of care and Riverview Home.
The Office of Supportive Housing (OSH) is the public entity charged with the policy, planning and coordination of the City’s response to homelessness. Major areas of work include the coordination of the Homeless Continuum of Care and implementation of Philadelphia’s Recalibrated Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness. OSH offers a wide array of services including emergency, transitional and supportive housing to individuals, couples and families. The Continuum of Care includes:
  • Homeless Prevention
    • Housing Retention
    • Emergency Assistance and Response
  • Homeless Centralized Intake Services
    • Apple Tree Family Center for Single Women and Families
    • Roosevelt Darby Center for Single Men
  • Emergency Housing
  • Transitional Housing
  • Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Emergency Food Distribution Program
  • Riverview Home