If you are at risk of being evicted from your rented apartment or house, the agencies listed below may be able to help.
The Philadelphia Eviction Prevention Project offers resources for tenants. Learn more about the legal help they offer, or visit their website for information on direct negotiation.
If you think you are the victim of unfair rental practices or unsafe housing conditions, contact the Fair Housing Commission.
This list is maintained by the Office of Homeless Services (OHS).
Agencies that support tenants at risk of eviction
These agencies offer housing-related services. Call or visit each agency’s website to learn more about their services and eligibility.
|ACHIEVEability||Rental assistance and property tax rebates for seniors and people with disabilities in Haddington and Cobbs Creek||(215) 748-8800|
|Appletree Family Center||Help for individuals and families at risk of becoming homeless or facing a housing crisis||(215) 686-7177|
|Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM)||Financial and support services for individuals and families||(215) 235-6070|
|Catholic Social Services||Limited financial assistance toward rent||(267) 331-2490|
|Congreso de Latinos Unidos||Financial and support services for individuals and families||(215) 763-8870|
|Esperanza||Financial and support services for individuals and families||(215) 324-0746|
|Germantown Avenue Crisis Ministry||Utility, rent, and mortgage assistance in ZIP codes 19118, 19119, 19126, 19138, 19144, and 19150||(215) 843-2340|
|HACE||Utility subsidies and rental assistance||(215) 426-8025|
|Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS PA)||Legal and supportive services for immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers||(215) 832-0900|
|HELP USA||Financial and support services for individuals and families||(215) 473-6454|
|Nationalities Service Center||Rental assistance||(215) 893-8400|
|New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC)||Financial and support services for individuals and families||(215) 427-0350|
|People’s Emergency Center||Financial and support services for individuals and families||(267) 777-5880|
|Turning Points for Children||Rental assistance||(215) 875-8200|
|Utility Emergency Services Fund (UESF)||Help for families with back rent so they can remain in their homes||(215) 972-5170
(215) 814-6888 (Veterans)
|Valley Youth House||Rental assistance for older youth||(215) 925-3180|
|Veterans Multi-Service and Education Center||Housing, benefits, and meals for veterans||(215) 923-2600|