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Domestic Violence
Drug Addiction
Drug/Alcohol Mother-Baby Homes
Emergency Food/Clothing
Housing
Legal Help
Medical Insurance/Assistance
Mental/Grief/Emotional Health Assistance
Parenting
Breast Feeding
Pregnancy Aid
Sexual Assault
Shelters
Special Needs
Teen
Teen Shelters
Drug/Alcohol Homes for Teen Mother-Baby:
Walk in Pregnancy Testing
Women’s Health Centers
HIV/AIDS Testing
Other
Websites for Adoptive Families
Additional Resources


Domestic Violence:

Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-866-SAFE-014 (24hr-Spanish and English)

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
800-799-7233

Women's Center of Montgomery County:
(24hr hotline for domestic violence)- 800-773-2424,
www.wcmontco.org

Delaware County Domestic
Abuse Project (Dove Program):

610-565-4590

Chester County Domestic Violence Center:
888-711-6270

Buck’s County: A woman’s Place:
800-220-8116

Korean’s Women Support:
215-886-8725

SEWAA (women from Pakistan,
Sri Lanka, Nepal or India)

215-627-3922

Women Against Abuse:
215-386-7777, 215-386-1280,
www.womenagainstabuse.org

Women in Transition:
Counseling and support groups for battered women -
215-751-1111, www.womenintransitioninc.org

Family Court Domestic Violence Unit:
Call to file a protection order- 215-686-3511

Drug Addiction:

Prevention Point:
Offers a needle exchange program, along with
family planning and STD testing,
333 West Girard Ave- 215-787-0112,
www.preventionpointphilly.org

Community Behavioral Health:
Most medical assistance accepted:
215-413-3100, 888-545-2600, crisis hotline- 215-413-7174,
www.phila-bhs.org

Gaudenzia:
West Chester Outpatient
Substance Abuse Services:
610-429-1414

Drug/Alcohol Mother-Baby Homes:

A&B Associates, Inc:
Generally a 9 month stay,
may stay a short while after delivery,
215-228-4848, 215-225-1111

Caton Village (Genesis II):
families admitted, with a max of 4
children up to 12 years old, 9-12 month stay,
215-978-8010, 215-787-0633, 215-978-5191

Family House Now:
Drug/Rehabilitation with dual diagnosis, up to 2 kids,
6mo-1yr stay, can return after delivery, 215-878-8616

Family House:
Rehab for drug/alcohol problems, minimal mental issues,
2 kids who are less than 12, 6 month stay,
610-278-0700

Gaudenzia House:
rehab drug/alcohol problems, max 2 kids under age 10,
9 month stay, 215-924-6322, 610-239-9600,
215-235-5200, 215-849-7200, www.gaudenzia.org

Gaudenzia Kindred House:
Women and up to 2 kids, pregnant or parenting,
6-9 month stay,
610-399-6571, www.gaudenzia.org

Gaudenzia House Vantage:
Women and up to 2 kids, 6 month stay,
Lancaster, 717-291-1020, www.gaudenzia.org

Interim House West:
Pregnant or Parenting women who are
18 or older with up to 3 kids, long-term
residential program with daycare, 215-871-0300

Libertae Family House:
Women 18+, 3 kids who are less than 12,
6 month to 1 year stay, County funded or self-pay,
215-639-8681

My Sisters Place:
Must be 18 or older, pregnant or parenting,
children less than 6, counseling and childcare offered,
215-727-1640

Emergency Food/Clothing:

WIC (Women, Infant, and Children’s Program):
215-978-6100, 800-743-3300,
www.northwic.org

Metropolitan Church:
215-545-3480

PEC:
215-382-7522

St. Marks Church:
215-735-1416

Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger:
215-430-0555, www.hungercoalition.org

Food Emergency Referral:
800-366-3997, www.pahunger.org

Emergency Food City Hotline:
215-686-1776

United Way- First Call for Help:
215-568-3750, www.uwsepa.org

Food Stamp Screening Line:
800-634-2033

Food Stamps- Local Office:
215-560-2547

The Food Trust-Farmer’s market:
fresh, nutritious food, 215-568-0830,
www.thefoodtrust.org

Housing:

Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA):
215-684-4000, www.pha.phila.gov

Low Income Home Energy
Assistance Programs (LIHEAP):

866-857-7095, www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/liheap/

Housing Association of Delaware Valley:
215-978-0224, www.hadv.org

Philadelphia Council of
Community Advancement (PCCA):

215-567-7803, www.philapcca.org

Homestart Program:
owning a home- 215-448-2176,
repairs- 215-448-2160,
weatherization- 215-448-2137

PA Housing Finance Agency:
800-822-1174, www.phfa.org

Legal Help:

Women Against Abuse Legal Center:
215-686-7082, www.womenagainstabuse.org

Women’s Law Project:
counseling on custody, support, and divorce- 215-928-9801,
www.womenslawproject.org

Philadelphia Legal Assistance:
Assistance with family law, disability,
and welfare-215-981-3800

Women’s Legal Center:
215-686-7082

PA Health Law Project:
800-274-3258, www.phlp.org

Community Legal Services:
Assistance with employment, housing,
utilities, and SSI, Chestnut St: 215-981-3700,
Broad St: 215-227-2400, www.clsphila.org

Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia:
215-627-7100, www.pilcop.org

Juvenile Law Center:
215-625-0551, www.jlc.org

Disabilities Law Project:
215-238-8070

Legal Clinic for the Disabled, Inc. PERK
(Protecting the Education Rights of Kids):

low- income parents with special needs kids-
educational resources- 215-587-3350, 215-587-3460,
http://www.legalclinicforthedisabled.org/

Medical Insurance/Assistance:

Aids Hotline:
800-342-aids

CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program):
800-464-5437,
www.cms.hhs.gov/schip/stateplans/state.asp?state=pa

Healthy Kids Hotline:
800-986-KIDS

Medical Assistance:
215-560-2900, 800-321-4462

Asthma CALL (Child Asthma Link Line) Center:
Find out about asthma resources in your
area- 866-610-6000, www.hpcpa.org/paaa.html

Philadelphia County Dental Society:
215-925-6050, www.philcodent.org/home

Mental/Grief/Emotional Health Assistance:

Depression After Delivery, Inc.:
support for postpartum depression- 800-944-4PPD,
www.depressionafterdelivery.com

Grief Assistance Program, Inc.:
215-685-7411

Exhale:
Grief assistance after an abortion,
offers toll-free number to give emotional
support to women and their families and friends,
www.4exhale.org, 866-4-exhale

Stacy Zallie:
Non-Judgmental, Post-Abortion Counseling,
www.stacyzallie.org/

Suicide Hotline:
215-686-4420

Community Behavioral Health:
most medical assistance aided: 215-413-3100, 888-545-2600,
Crisis hotline- 215-413-7174, www.phila-bhs.org

Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA:
800-688-4226, www.mhasp.org

BHSI (Behavioral Health System Initiative):
215-546-1200

Mental Health Crisis Hotline:
215-685-6440, www.phila.gov/health/units/mh/index/html

Parenting:

Jewish Family and Children’s Service
of Greater Philadelphia:

215-698-9950, www.jfcsphil.org

Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance:
800-448-4906,
www.pennsylvaniafamilysupportalliance.org

Parent Action Network:
215-PARENTS, www.phila.gov

Children’s Aid Society of PA-
Time out for Teens and Tots:

20 week parenting education
program for teens aged 15-19,
215-546-2990, www.caspa.org

Philadelphia Society for Services to Children:
Helping relatives raise children other then
their own- 215-875-3400, www.pssckids.org

Pennsylvania Prison Society:
Program designed for families with members who are
incarcerated- 215-564-6005, www.prisonsociety.org

SAFE (Services to Assist Families to Excel):
West Philly- 215-222-3262 x44, www.ysiphila.org
North Philly- 215-763-8870, www.congreso.net,
Southwest Philly- 215-729-4220,
Germantown- 215-849-3104, www.germantown.org,
South Philly- 215-790-7217, www.phmc.org/rch/safe.html

HIP (Health Intervention Program for Families):
assistance with caring for infants,
parenting skills, accessing WIC and MA.
www.phila.gov/health/units/mcfh/HIP/hip.html
Areas of service: LaSalle Nursing Center
(NW, N, and lower NE Philadelphia)-
1900 West Olney Ave- 215-951-5034,
SCAN (W, SW, and S)- 215-238-1007,
Visiting Nurse Association (N, NE, NW, S)- 215-581-2070

The Home Visiting Program:
215-977-8990, www.healthfederation.org/visitation.asp

Elect/Teen Parent Centers (Cradle to Classroom- CTC):

Assist pregnant students in completing
their high school education-
267-386-4600, www.cisphl.org

YPSN (Young Parents Support Network):
A mentoring program for pregnant and parenting
teens in Delaware County- 610-565-6171,
www.thecenterfoundation.org

Breast Feeding:

La Leche League:
610-666-0359, www.lllusa.org/web/philadelphiaPA.html

Maternity Care Coalition Breastfeeding Site:
215-972-0700,
www.momobile.org/breastfeeding

Breast Feeding Resource Center:
215-886-2433, www.breastfeedingresourcecenter.org

Pregnancy Aid:

Choice Hotline:
Information on birth control, emergency contraception,
pregnancy, prenatal care, adoption, HIV/AIDS,
STDs- 215-985-3300, outside philly: 1-800-848-3367,
www.choice-phila.org

Women’s Medical Fund:
Help with financial assistance- 215-564-6622,
www.womensmedicalfund.org

MoMobile (Maternity Care Coalition):
in-home visits, 215-972-0700, www.MOMobile.org,
access to free cribs to reduce SIDS- 215-989-3589

Stacy Zallie:
Non-Judgmental, Post-Abortion Counseling,
www.stacyzallie.org

Grief Assistance Program, Inc:
215-685-7411

Exhale:
Grief assistance after an abortion,
offers toll-free number to give emotional
support to women and their families and friends,
www.4exhale.org, 866-4-exhale

Sexual Assault:

Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR):
215-985-3333, tty: 215-893-8021 (www.woar.org)
Delaware County- 610-566-4342
Montgomery County- 610-277-5200
Chester County- 610-692-RAPE

Shelters:

Attic (gay/lesbian youth):
215-545-4331, www.atticyouthcenter.org

Youth Emergency Shelter:
runaways and homeless adolescents in need of immediate
shelter and care- 215-787-0633, www.ysiphila.org/yes.html

Covenant House (Homeless Youth 18-21):
51 bed crisis center, any age under 21 admitted,
24 hr and 7 day admissions- 215-951-5411,
www.coventhousepa.org

Voyage House:
drug/alcohol free, Runaway and Homeless Teens (12-17)
with up to 1 child, no DHS involvement, 215-747-8760

WAWA:
drug/alcohol free, ages 16-21,
DHS involvement is ok, up to 3 kids,
must go to school- 215-747-8760

Office of Emergency Shelter and Services:
www.phila.gov/oess
7am-4pm:
Women and Families- OESS, 141 N Juniper Street, 215-686-7150
Men – Ridge Avenue Shelter, 1360 Ridge Ave- 215-236-0909
Weekends, Weeknights, Holidays:
Women and Families- Eliza Shirley House, 1320 Arch St, 215-568-5111
Men- Ridge Avenue Shelter, 1360 Ridge Ave- 215-236-0909

Eliza Shirley House:
Must be 18 or older, 24 hour shelter,
only call directly after 4pm. 215-586-5111

People’s Emergency Center:
homeless shelter for mother/kids-
215-832-7522, www.pec-cares.org

Gaudenzia, Inc:
6-9 month substance abuse treatment
center for homeless women and
children- 215-924-6322, www.gaudenzia.org

Bridge of Hope:
Must be 20 or older, homeless or almost,
up to 3 kids, drug-free for a year,
must work or go to school-
717-394-7707, 610-380-1360,
www.bridgeofhopeinc.org

HELP:
Transitional living program, children are permitted-
215-473-7451

Mother’s Home:
Drug/Alcohol free for a year, infant/toddler
daycare available, 3 hours
service to Mom’s House required, 610-583-4663

Interfaith Hospitality Homeless Shelter:
Shelter for women with children, must be 18 or
older - 717-442-4890, Emergency shelter for
families- 215-628-4009, 610-277-0977

Project Rainbow:
Homeless women moving toward self-sufficiency,
drug/alcohol free for 6 months, up to 5 kids, <11-
215-236-1506

Special Needs:

Social Security Dept:
(SSDI, SSI, MA)- 800-772-1213, www.ssa.gov

Special Kids Network:
connecting families and resources-
800-986-4550, www.health.state.pa.us/skn

Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN):
Offers help navigating the healthcare system- 215-685-5232,
www.phila.gov/health/units/mcfh/index/html


Greater Philadelphia Chapter
of the Autism Society of America:

610-358-5256, www.asaphilly.org

Association for Retarded Children (ARC):
215-229-4550, www.arcpddc.org

Philadelphia Dept of Education
Special Education Consult Line:

ask info- get answers- 800-879-2301

National Center for Learning Disabilities:

888-575-7373, www.ld.org

Debra M. Fox, Esquire:
Advocate for parents of special needs children- 610-896-9972

Easter Seals of Southeastern PA:
helping disabled adults and children live independent lives,
through special education, contract services, early intervention,
medical rehabilitation, camping and recreation,
and supporting services such as Assistive Technology-
www.sepa.easterseals.com
215-879-1000, email: jpogajny@easter-seals-sepa.org

Community Interactions, Inc.:
Providing adults with disabilities with Community
Living Arrangements, Person Driven Supports, Life Sharing,
Inclusion Day Services, Supported Employment and
Home-based Waiver.- 610-328-9008,
email: chamilton@ciinc.org,
www.communityinteractions.org,
321 West Woodland Ave, Springfield, PA 19064.

Elwyn:
Helping adults and children who have development,
physical, emotional, or socioeconomic disadvantages.
Aid in living independent lives-
111 Elwyn Road, Elwyn, PA 19063-
email: YelvertonH@elwyn.org, www.elwyn.org

Kardon Institute for Arts Therapy:
assisting individuals with special needs to
achieve personal growth through art-
email: email@kardoninstitute.org, www.kardoninstitute.org,
10700 Knights Road Philadelphia, PA 19114

Ken-Crest Services:
Services offered to children and adults with
developmental disabilities- 502 West Germantown Pike,
Suite 200, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462,
610-825-9360 x250,
email: mbolin@kencrest.org, www.kencrest.org

Step-By-Step, Inc.:
Operating Community Living Arrangements for people
with developmental disabilities throughout Philadelphia,
Delaware, and Montgomery Counties. For some people,
in home-based day services are offered.
67 Long Lane, Upper Darby, PA 19082, 570-829-3477,
email: Jhartnett@stepbystepusa.com, www.stepbystepusa.com

Therapy Solutions Children’s Services:
Provide therapy to kids with Autism, Sensory Integration,
Stuttering, and Hanen Training for families and children.
7051 West Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19142,
215-492-1079 or 215-492-1223,
email: ctherapy@aol.com, www.therapysolutionsinc.com

Teen:

Teen: 24 hr hotline:
215-545-2910

National Runaway Switchboard:
24 hr- 800-621-4000 (www.nrscrisisline.org)

White-Williams Scholars:
monthly stipends to high-achieving, low-income
public high school students that maintain As and Bs.
215-735-4480, www.wwscholars.org

Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Task Force:
education center for gay and lesbian youth-
215-772-2000, www.op.net/plgtf

Teen Shelters:

Attic (gay/lesbian youth):
215-545-4331, www.atticyouthcenter.org

Youth Emergency Shelter:
runaways and homeless adolescents
in need of immediate shelter
and care- 215-787-0633, www.ysiphila.org/yes.html

Covenant House (Homeless Youth 18-21):
51 bed crisis center, any age under 21 admitted,
24 hr and 7 day- 215-951-5411, www.coventhousepa.org

Voyage House:
drug/alcohol free, Runaway and Homeless Teens (12-17)
with up to 1 child, no DHS involvement- 215-747-8760

WAWA:
Drug/alcohol free, 16-21, DHS involvement,
up to 3 kids, must go to school- 215-747-8760

Drug/Alcohol Homes for Teen Mother-Baby:

Beacon House:
Detoxification before entry to rehabilitation,
1-2 kids who are younger than 12, daycare for
children offered, length of stay is 3-6 months,
must be less than 18, 215-427-6275, 215-427-2209

Walk in Pregnancy Testing: (call for times and days)

Drexel Women’s Care Center:
215-762-7824, Many different locations.
Call to find location nearest you.
www.topdocsonline.com/Center_for_Womens_Health

Covenant House:
215-844-0181, www.covenanthousepa.org
251 East Bringhurst Street, Philadelphia, PA

Broad Street Health Center:
215-235-7944, 1415 N. Broad St. Suite 224, Philadelphia, PA

St. Christopher’s Clinic:
215-427-3802

City Health Center #2:
215-685-1803, 1720 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA

City Health Center #10:
215-685-0600, 2230 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

Haddington Health Center:
215-471-2761, 5619 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA

Helen Dickens Center:
215-662-2730,
www.pennhealth.com/obgyn/locations/hup/dickens.html
1 E Gates Bldg 3400 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA

Maria de Los Santos:
215-291-2500, 452 West Allegheny Ave
(Corner of 5th Street), Philadelphia, PA
www.dvch.org/maria/maria.asp

BEBASHI:
Offers Free HIV/AIDS Testing and SSI Testing: 215-769-3561,
www.bebashi.org/Services.htm,
1217 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA

Any Planned Parenthood Location

Women’s Health Centers:
(Most of the Women’s Health Centers have Spanish Speaking Staff)

Allentown Women’s Center:
877-Dial-AWC,
www.allentownwomenscenter.com,
1409 Union Boulevard, Rear, Allentown, PA 18109

Midwives of Delaware County:
610-284-3300, Barclay Square Shopping Center,
1560 Garrett Rd, Upper Darby, PA 19082

Philadelphia Women’s Center:
800-869-2330, www.philadelphiawomenscenter.com,
777 Appletree Street, 7th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Family Practice Counseling Network:
Abbottsford Family Practice and Counseling,
3205 Defense Terrace, Philadelphia, PA,
215-843-9720
Falls Family Practice and Counseling,
4333 Kelly Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19129,
215-843-2580
The Health Annex,
5803 Kingsessing Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19143,
215-685-2684
Eleventh Street Family Health Services of Drexel University:
850 North 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123,
215-769-1100

Planned Parenthood of Southeastern PA:
215-351-5550, www.ppsp.org,
1144 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA

Elizabeth Blackwell Planned Parenthood:
215-496-9696, www.ppsp.org
1211 Chestnut Street, 4th Floor, Philadelphia, PA

Planned Parenthood on Castor Ave:
215-745-5966, www.ppsp.org
8210 Castor Ave, Philadelphia, PA

Planned Parenthood of Media:
610-566-2830, www.ppsp.org
216 West State Street, Media, PA

Planned Parenthood St. David’s:
610-687-9410, www.ppsp.org
Medical Building B, 515 East Lancaster Ave, St. Davids, PA

Planned Parenthood of Yeadon:
610-626-9482, www.ppsp.org
Parkview Shopping Center, 605-607 Cedar Ave, Yeadon, PA

Planned Parenthood of Ambler:
215-542-8370: www.ppsp.org
19 Lindenwold Avenue, Ambler, PA

Planned Parenthood of Norristown:
610-279-6095, 215-542-8370: www.ppsp.org
1220 Powell Street, Norristown, PA

Planned Parenthood of Pottstown:
610-326-8080, 215-542-8370: www.ppsp.org
644 High Street, Pottstown, PA

Planned Parenthood of Collegeville:
610-409-8891, www.ppsp.org
78 Second Avenue, Collegeville, PA 19426

Northeast Women’s Center:
2751 Comly Road (off Roosevelt and Woodhaven),
Philadelphia, PA, 215-464-2225

Eastern/Park Medical Women’s Center:
38 East 30 Street, New York, NY 10016,
800-346-5111

Cherry Hill Women’s Center:
502 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill, NJ, 800-877-6331

Reproductive Health & Counseling Center:
Crozer-Chester Medical Annex, 14th and Upland Roads,
Chester, PA, 610-874-4361

Planned Parenthood of Chester County:
8 South Wayne Street, West Chester, PA
610-692-1770

City Health Center #1:
Corner of Broad and Lombard Streets,
Philadelphia, PA 215-685-6570

City Health Center #2:
1720 South Broad Street,
Philadelphia, PA (215)-685-1803

City Health Center #3:
555 South 33rd Street,
Philadelphia, PA (215)-823-7500

City Health Center #4:
4400 Haverford Ave,
Philadelphia, PA (215)-823-7600

City Health Center #5:
1900 N. 20th Street,
Philadelphia, PA (215)-685-2933

City Health Center #6:
301 W. Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA (215)-978-2803

City Health Center #9:
131 East Chelten Avenue, Philadelphia, PA (215)-685-2250

City Health Center #10:
2230 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA (215)-685-0600

Southeast Health Center:
(215)-339-5100, 930 Washington Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

Temple Hospital Women’s Health:
215-707-3232, Philadelphia, PA

Drexel Women’s Care Center:
215-762-7824, Many different locations.
Call to find location nearest you.
www.topdocsonline.com/Center_for_Womens_Health

Covenant House:
215-844-0181, www.covenanthousepa.org
251 East Bringhurst Street, Philadelphia, PA

Broad Street Health Center:
215-235-7944, 1415 N. Broad St. Suite 224, Philadelphia, PA

Strawberry Mansion Health Center:

215-978-2400, 2840 W Dauphin Street, Philadelphia, PA

Mary Howard Health Center:
215-732-1163, 125 South 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA

Maria de Los Santos:

215-291-2500,
452 West Allegheny Ave (Corner of 5th Street),
Philadelphia, PA
www.dvch.org/maria/maria.asp

Helen Dickens Center:
215-662-2730,
www.pennhealth.com/obgyn/locations/hup/dickens.html
1 E Gates Bldg 3400
Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA

Frankford Avenue Health Center:

215-744-1302, toll free: 888-296-4742, 4510 Frankford
Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

Ken-Care Clinic Kensington Hospital:
215-229-8488, 2858 N. 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA

HIV/AIDS Testing:
(Testing is offered at most of the clinics listed above)

Girard Medical Center:
Offers Free HIV/AIDS Testing: 215-787-2322,
www.nphs.com/girard_home.html
8 West Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA

City Health Center #1:
Corner of Broad and Lombard Streets,
Philadelphia, PA 215-685-6570

Planned Parenthood of Southeastern PA:
215-351-5550, www.ppsp.org
1144 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA

Washington West Project:
Offers Free HIV/AIDS Testing:
215-985-9206, 1201 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA

One Day at a Time:
Offers Free HIV/AIDS Testing:
215-226-7860, 2532 North Broad
Street, Philadelphia, PA

Wilson Park Medical Center:

Offers Free HIV/AIDS Testing:
215-755-7700, 2520 Snyder
Ave, Philadelphia, PA

Women’s Anonymous Testing Center:
Offers Free HIV/AIDS Testing and Syphillis Testing:
Must make appointment to be seen,
215-246-5210, 1211 Chestnut Street, 7th Floor,
Suite 701, Philadelphia, PA

BEBASHI:
Offers Free HIV/AIDS Testing and SSI Testing: 215-769-3561,
www.bebashi.org/Services.htm,
1217 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA

Urban Solutions:
215-755-0700,
www.philaurbansolutions.org/site2/urbansolutionsinc2.html,
1408 South
Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA

AIDS Hotline:
1-800-342-AIDS

Other:

The Lighthouse:
Empowering young mothers- 13-21-
with skills necessary to compete in
Workforce, GED, money skills, etc- 215-425-7800 x 309

City of Philadelphia Loaner Car Seat Program:
Acquire car seats on a loan, and receive
instructions on how to use them- 215-685-7485

Smoke Free Philly- Philadelphia dept of health:

Free quit smoking classes- 215-683-LIVE,
www.smokefreephilly.org

Smoke Detector Hotline:
Philadelphia Fire Dept Hotline to get free
smoke detectors-215-686-1176, www.phila.gov/fire/

Collective Voices- Sistersong Women of Color:
Reproductive Health Collective-404-344-9629,
www.sistersong.net

CAPE- (Child Abuse Prevention Effort):
Parenting skills workshops, 1 on 1 parent counseling-
215-831-8877,
www.choice-phila.org/CHLguide/6i0og8d2.htm

Child Care Information Services (CCIS):
Select and find daycare in the Philadelphia area-
888-461-kids, www.philadelphiachildcare.org

Establishing Paternity for your child-
PA Dept of Pub Welfare:

www.dpw.state.pas.us, 800-932-0211

WomenCare:
Community Mentoring Program for Women- 610-565-6171,
www.thecenterfoundation.org

March of Dimes:
Raising money to support the
healthcare costs of Premature Babies-
914-428-7100, www.marchofdimes.com

Websites for Adoptive Families:

STARS- (Sharing Transracial
Adoption Resources and Support):

transracial support groups- www.starsfamily.org,
717-808-3472

The Adoption Tax Credit:
www.holtintl.org/adoption/tax.shtml

ATIN (Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number):
www.irs.gov/individuals/article/0,,id=96452,00.html

Transracial Adoption Resources:
www.nysccc.org/T-Rarts/T-Rarts.html

Raising a Heart Healthy Child:
www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=825

Additional Resources
can be found on this website:

Philly S.O.S.: Search hundreds of online services at
wwww.phillysos.com/. This website is sponsored by the
Philadelphia Department of Human Services

 

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