Philadelphia Resources

Women-Only Drop-In Centers

NEW!

Project SAFE @ Prevention Point

166 W. Lehigh Ave

Tuesdays 6pm-6pm

Warm food, harm reduction and hygiene supplies, health and wellness resources.

Salvation Army

2659 Kensington Ave

Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 10am-6pm

Wed+Thurs 9pm-12am

Food, clothing, case management, referrals for shelter and drug treatment, shower and washer and dryer should be there soon.

Drop-In at the Belivaqua Community Center

2646 Kensington Avenue (at Lehigh)

Th, F 9:00pm-Midnight

Come by for a free meal and warm place to hang out.

Thea Bowman Women’s Center

2858 Kensington Avenue

(one block north of Somerset)

215-739-1137

T-F 10:00am-4:00pm

T & Th: Breakfast and lunch served, support group from 10:00-11:30am

W & F: Breakfast and lunch served, showers and laundry facilities available.

Domestic Violence/ Partner Violence

Women Against Abuse

1-866-723-3014

Verizon HopeLine

Sravya Gajjala
973-656-7089
NortheastHopeline@NE.Verizonwireless.com

Sexual Health

CHOICE Hotline

215-985-3300

http://www.choice-philadelphia.org/

Planned Parenthood

215-351-5560

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/

YHEP-Youth Health Empowerment Project

(for ages 24 and under)

215-564-6388

http://www.y-hep.org/

Women’s Medical Fund

(Family Planning/ Abortion)

215-564-6622

Philadelphia Women’s Center 

(Family Planning/ Abortion)

215-574-3590

Condom Jungle

Order Condoms online!

http://www.condomjungle.com/condom-sizes/

Get Tested

Find a site close to you here

Drug Treatment Info and Services

Prevention Point Philadelphia

215-634-5272

http://ppponline.org/

Community Behavioral Health

(those w/ Medical assistance/Medicaid)

888-545-2600

http://dbhids.org/community-behavioral-health/

Food

Philabundance Food Help Line

800-319-3663

http://www.philabundance.org/programs-2/food-help-line-2/

Coalition Against Hunger Food Stamps Hotline

215-430-0556

http://www.hungercoalition.org/snap-campaign

M-F 9:00am-5:00pm

PROS Network

The purpose of the PROS Network is to connect individuals that by choice, circumstance or coercion, engage in sexual activities in exchange for money or other survival needs to non-judgmental and culturally appropriate services and resources, and create connections to improve information about providing professional support and care to individuals involved in the sex trade.

The PROS Network was created to help bridge the stigma and criminalization that often prevents individuals involved in the sex trade from seeking and receiving culturally competent, relevant and affirming support from helping professionals. Similar projects exist in Chicago andNew York cities. We hope to extend their models to Philadelphia and launch an officially in Spring 2014.

Check out the PROS Network HERE

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