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City of Philadelphia


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