If you are experiencing homelessness, you can go to an intake center and get help. You can also get help if you are at risk of losing your home.
|Appletree Family Center
|1430 Cherry St.||Mon. – Fri.,
7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
|Roosevelt Darby Center
|804 N. Broad St.||Mon. – Fri.,
7a.m. to 5 p.m.
|If you are a …||Then visit …||Address||Hours||Phone|
|Family||Red Shield Family Residence||715 N. Broad St.||5 p.m. to 7 a.m. and holidays and weekends||(215) 787-2887|
|Single man*||Station House||2601 N. Broad Street, rear entrance||5 p.m. to 7 a.m. and holidays and weekends||(215) 225-9230|
|Single woman*||Gaudenzia’s House of Passage||111 N. 49th St., at the corner of 48th St. and Haverford Ave., entrance on 48th Street||5 p.m. to 7 a.m. and holidays and weekends||(267) 713-7778|
*All gender identities are welcome at after-hours centers.
If you are a domestic violence survivor, you can contact Women Against Abuse any time day or night at (866) 723-3014.
If you are 24 and under, you can go to a youth access point.
If you are not currently experiencing homelessness but are in danger of being evicted, call the Philadelphia Eviction Prevention Project at (267) 443-2500 or visit their website at www.phillytenant.org.
For help preventing foreclosure on your home, visit Save Your Home Philly.