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Injury Prevention Program

Violence prevention support and resources


Community Crisis Intervention Program (CCIP)
Responds to neighborhood crises with mediation and resources and a willingness to support anyone looking for a peaceful solution.
(215) 800-4611

Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network
Provides victim services, counseling, education, job readiness, violence interruption.
(215) 940-0550 | 

Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia
Provides counseling and victim services.
(215) 567-6776 |

Good Shepherd Mediation Program
Facilitates restorative conversation among the victim, offending person, and community.
(215) 843-5413 |

Philadelphia Office of Reentry Partnerships
Offers support for and connection to community resources for returning citizens.
(215) 683-3370 |

Free Gun Locks
The Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office provides gun locks to promote safe firearm containment practices and prevent gun accidents, theft, and misuse.
(215) 686-3572

Submit a Tip
If you see something, say something.
(215) 686-TIPS (8477) |

Violence Prevention Roundtable: Turning Talk to Action
The first video in a series of virtual roundtables about violence prevention efforts in Philadelphia.
Watch on YouTube


Philly Goes 2 College
Provides support for college applications and financial aid forms.
(215) 665-1400 ext. 3356 |

The Re-Engagement Center
Provides counseling, direct placement services, and information on high school diploma or GED programs.
(215) 400-6700 |


PA Careerlink ®
Assists with job training and finding a job for youth and adults. Ask for Reentry employment services.
(833) 750-5627 |

Offers summer and year-round youth jobs and workplace skills building.
(267) 502-3900 |

Provides 4- to 18-month paid workforce development program for young adults ages 18 to 26 years old.
(215) 221-6900 |

Other resources

Mental Health Support
Provides help with toxic stress, depression, anxiety or substance use.
24/7 hotline (888) 545-2600 | 

Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline
Provides help for people experiencing isolation, financial deprivation, stalking, emotional abuse, or threats to harm partner, children, or pets.
24/7 hotline (866) 723-3014 | 

Assists Philadelphia residents with applying for City, State and Federal assistance programs.
(833) 373-5868 or (844) 848-4376 |

Youth Emergency Services
Provides emergency shelter for youth ages 17 and under.
(215) 787-0633 or (800) 371-SAFE

United Way 2-1-1
Provides assistance with health, energy assistance, housing, and food needs.
2-1-1 or  (888) 856-2904 |

24-Hour Suicide Prevention and Crisis Intervention Service
To report a crime/shooting incident, dial 9-1-1.
(215) 686-4420

Free Food
A comprehensive list of food sites is available at To find a food pantry near you, call 3-1-1. Make sure to call the pantry in advance to confirm their hours.