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Emergency Shelter and Services, Office of[Record group 60-22]
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- Alternative/Former Names
- Homeless and Adults, Office of Services to the;
Emergency Services, Office of
- The mission of the Office of Emergency Shelter and Services is to provide comprehensive case management, protective, preventive, and referral services to adults and families in need of temporary shelter and affordable housing. The overall goal is to assist individuals and families to move toward independent living and self-sufficiency.
- Administrative Subunits
- Agency History
- The Office of Services to the Homeless and Adults (OSHA) was established by Executive Order 6-88 on 6 April 1988 by Mayor W. Wilson Goode to provide comprehensive case management, protective, preventive, and referral services to adults and families in need of temporary shelter and affordable housing. OSHA also provides leadership in long range planning and the development of an annual comprehensive homeless assistance plan. In November 1995, the name was changed to the Office of Emergency Services (OES). On April 2, 1996, the name was changed to the Office of Emergency Shelter and Services.
- Archival Records
- No holdings
- Current Records
- 60-22.a Contracts / RFP Responses
60-22.b Contracts / Audit Report Files
60-22.c Fiscal / Client Bank Accounts
60-22.d Fiscal / Philadelphia Emergency Relocation Accounts
60-22.e Fiscal / Homeless Prevention Files
60-22.f Support Services / Food Program Files
60-22.g Support Services / Soup Kitchen Files
60-22.h Systems / Client/Provider Information Systems
60-22.i Director / Shelter Contract Lawsuits
60-22.j Relocation Prevention / Client Summary Log
60-22.k Relocation Prevention / Philadelphia Housing Authority Transmittals
60-22.l Intake / Outreach Statistics
60-22.m Intake / Shelter Census Files
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