Providing Homes,  Restoring Health,  Reclaiming Lives

Our Impact

formerly homeless people with multiple disabilities are living independently in every neighborhood in Philadelphia
hours provided of paid transitional employment with supports for marginalized people
of participants see a primary care physician at least once per year and are addressing medical issues that have been neglected for years
of those who were previously chronically homeless retain their housing for more than five years
primary care appointments and 198 behavioral health visits were held in our clinic this year
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

Lamont and James just voted!

This election season is monumental in several ways. In addition to there being a highly competitive presidential race set in a country still battling a pandemic, voters in Philadelphia will have greater access than ever before to early voting in these final weeks before November 3rd. The City is launching a total of seventeen “satellite election offices,” where people can register to vote, apply to get a mail ballot, and submit their ballot all in one trip. This increased access is huge in battling voter disenfranchisement, especially for our Pathways participants who may struggle with logistical barriers to participation. 

Food drive

Clifford is a long-standing participant in the Pathways to Housing program and has been a beacon of light within Team 6. Cliff joined the program 11 years ago after spending 9 years experiencing homelessness.  Through the supports he found within the Pathways to Housing community, Cliff was able to secure an apartment and foster relationships with staff and fellow participants. As he became more secure, his desire to give back to his community grew.  

We welcomed six new members to our Board of Directors this month to join us in our mission to provide homes, restore health, and reclaim lives. Welcome to Kelly, Jeff, Megan, Lisa, Mark, and Pam! 


Self confidence is a struggle for most of us. Appearance plays heavily into self esteem, and the desire to fit in and just look like everyone else is especially strong for folks who have had injuries that affect their appearance. Some turn to cosmetic surgery for a boost to their self esteem, though not everyone has the means or the opportunity to make that happen.

Our Partners