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Providing Homes,  Restoring Health,  Reclaiming Lives

Our Impact
450
formerly homeless people with multiple disabilities are living independently in every neighborhood in Philadelphia
2,996
hours provided of paid transitional employment with supports for marginalized people
92%
of participants see a primary care physician at least once per year and are addressing medical issues that have been neglected for years
85%
of those who were previously chronically homeless retain their housing for more than five years
1,325
primary care appointments and 198 behavioral health visits were held in our clinic this year
2,500
households furnished by the Philadelphia Furniture Bank for individuals and families moving out of homelessness

We start by housing people directly from the streets, without precondition. Then we address their underlying issues around mental health, addiction, medical care, income, and education to help integrate and welcome them back into our community. We also provide furniture to folks moving out of homelessness from all over the city through our furniture bank.

News & Updates

Liz and Vernon, standing in the doorway of his home
Kindness is defined as the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate. It can be represented by a good deed, good turn, favor, act of assistance, service, help, or aid. So why don’t we do more of it, especially in service organizations?
participant advisory support group
A group of Pathways to Housing PA participants who have been housed for many years will launch a new support group for people moving into housing and settling into life away from the streets.
clinic
How a local pharmacy in North Philadelphia goes above and beyond to support people transitioning out of homelessness
welding school participant graduation Pathways to Housing PA
Anthony is a recent welding school graduate and participant in our Housing First program. He previously experienced chronic homelessness. We talked to Anthony about his accomplishments and next steps.

Our Partners