Assets

Connect with neighborhood resources and organizations

This map can help you locate some of the organizations that serve Eastern North Philadelphia. Click for more detail!

Scroll down to learn more about these organizations and the services they offer.

 

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Case Management

and Counseling

These organizations provide services, help plan, coordinate and facilitate care and counseling services for their clients

Behavioral Health

Services

These organizations provide clinical services to clients with psychiatric or behavioral health needs 

Youth Development

These organizations provide services and activities to engage youth

Legal assistance

This organization offers legal support to low-income individuals, especially immigrant survivors of violent crime

Hospital

Based Programs

These organizations provide services to victims and witnesses of violence in a hospital setting

Community Activism

These organizations provide training and support to community members invested in preventing violence

Financial Counseling

This organization provide support, training and counseling in financial matters

Direct Emergency services

Client Assistance Information

 

Congreso is a multi-service organization dedicated to strengthening Latino communities. Congreso's programs include:

  • The East Division Crime Victim Advocacy Project, which offers services to members of the community who have experienced a crime

    • Services are available to anyone who has experience victimization, whether or not the crime was reported to the police​

  • The Latina Domestic Violence Program is a counseling and advocacy program for individuals affected by domestic violence.

​Congreso also offers youth and adult education programs, work readiness training, health services and education, teen parenting support, and many other programs and services. 

Phone: 215-763-8870    

Address: 216 West Somerset St 

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

The Victim Assistance program provides support to victims of crime in the 24th Police District.This program offers assistance in the following ways:

  • Help reporting crimes

  • Assistance with paperwork

  • Replacement of stolen medical devices

  • Assistance with victim compensation

Phone: 215-685-9963

Address: 3901 Whitaker Ave

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Language access: English

(written materials available in Spanish and Russian)

Concilio is a social services organization that aims to provide services and programs to underserved young people and families in Philadelphia. Concilio's programs include: 

  • The Victim Witness Services Program,which supports victims of crime in collaboration with the District Attorney's office.

    • Services include: informing witnesses about the criminal justice process,​ reporting retaliation, and education about legal rights and protections.

​Concilio also offers adoption services and foster care coordination, housing support, youth programs, parenting skills training, and summer youth employment.

Phone: 215-627-3100    

Address: 141 East Hunting Park Ave.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

Center for the Urban Child

The Center for the Urban Child provides well care and treatment to children and young adult (ages 0-21). Their services include: 

  • Physical exams and immunizations 

  • Sick visits and urgent care

  • Developmental and behavioral resources

  • Domestic violence resources

  • Free legal advice

Phone: 888-247-4754    

Address: 160 East Erie Ave

Language access: English

Philadelphia Children's Alliance

The Philadelphia Children's Alliance offers support to sexually abused children. Their services include:

  • Forensic interviewing

  • Trauma-focused treatment

  • Parent support groups

Phone: 215-387-9500

Address: 300 East Hunting Park Ave

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

(other interpreters are available as needed)

APM is a Latino health, human services and community development organization. They offer many services including:

  • Individual, group and family therapy

  • Psychiatric evaluations and interventions

  • Drug and alcohol treatment

  • Foster care and adoption services

Phone: 267-296-7200

Address: 1900 North 9th St and 4301 Rising Sun Ave

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-9:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR) is Philadelphia's only rape crisis center. They offer:

  • Crisis services (including medical accompaniment)

  • Group and individual counseling 

  • Support services for family and loved ones

Phone: 215-985-3315 

Address: 1617 John F Kennedy Blvd, Suite 1100

Hours: Monday-Friday, 10:00 AM-4:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

The Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia works to teach youth to resolve conflict nonviolently, and to assist victim of violence. Their services include: 

  • In-school interventions for students with symptoms of trauma

  • Assistance to the families of homicide victims

  • Victim services

Phone: 215-567-6776

Address: 2000 Hamilton St, Suite 304

Language access: English and Spanish, (Mandarin interpreters as needed)

Behavioral Health

Services

Comhar's North Philadelphia location houses their Latino treatment program. They offer bilingual and bicultural services, including:

  • Family outpatient evaluation and counseling

  • An integrated recovery center

  • The Latino Art and Recovery Program

Phone: 215-739-2669

Address: 2600 North American St

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-9:00 PM,
Saturday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

NET Centers offers a full range of trauma-informed behavioral health services. These include: 

  • School-based therapeutic services

  • Behavioral health rehabilitation services

  • Family-based programs

  • Outpatient psychiatric assessment and medication management

Phone: 215-451-7000

Address: 499 North 5th St, Suite A

Language access: English

La Puerta Abierta provides free, trauma-informed services to Latino immigrants and refugees. They offer:

  • Individual therapy

  • Family therapy

  • Group therapy

La Puerta Abierta specifically seeks to provide care to those who face barriers due to language, legal and economic constraints. 

Phone: 610-745-1952

Address: 2141 North Howard St

Language access: English and Spanish

Esperanza Health Center provides bilingual primary care and support services. Their behavioral health services assist patients in developing goals related to:

  • Weight loss

  • Smoking

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Coping with chronic illness

Phone: 215-831-1100

Address: 4417 6th St

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM,

Saturday 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

 

Youth Development

The Norris Square Neighborhood Project provides programs for Latinx youth. Their programs include:

  • Semillas del Futuro After School Program

    • A creative skills development program​

  • A Youth Advisory Council

  • Raíces de Cambio Program 

    • And urban gardening and cultural preservation program​

Phone: 215-634-2227

Address: 2141 North Howard St

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3:00 PM-6:00 PM

(Summer hours vary)

Language access: English and Spanish

Taller Puertorriqueños uses art education to promote youth development and cultural exploration. They offer:

  • After school art programs

  • School-based art programs

  • Summer camps

  • The Youth Artist Program

    • Allows high school artists to build a portfolio for applying to art school or other pursuits​

Phone: 215-423-6320

Address: 2600 North 5th St

Hours: Monday-Friday, 3:00 PM-6:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

Aspira offers youth development activities for students in grades K-12. They include

  • ​After school programs

  • Summer camps

  • Computer literacy training

  • Work readiness programs

Phone: 215-455-1300

Address: 4322 North 5th St

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

 

Legal assistance

Mil Mujeres provides free legal services to low-income immigrant communities. They specialize in assisting immigrant survivors of violent crime.They also assist undocumented victims who are seeking legal permanent residence.

Phone: 267-603-1846

Address: 2424 East York St, Suite 218
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-6:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

Mil Mujeres
 

Hospital

Based

Programs

Healing Hurt People

Healing Hurt People works to provide intensive case management and support services to patients at Temple University Hospital and at St. Christopher's Hospital who have been victims of violent crime. They use a trauma informed approach to connect clients to resources.

Phone: 215-704-6066

Address: 4417 6th St and 160 East Erie Ave

Language access: English

The Cradle 2 Grave Program was developed in response to the increasing number of homicides involving Philadelphia youth. Temple University Hospital has developed an interactive two-hour long program to educate youth about the realities of violence. This program can be scheduled for any group of youth (ages 13 and older), by calling or signing up online.

Phone: 215-707-8398

Address: 3401 North Broad St

Language access: English

 

Community Activism

Justice for Alex Now (aka: The National Homicide Justice Alliance) is aimed at raising awareness about violence as a public health issue. The group is focused on providing support to the families of homicide victims and advocating for better policies related to violence and homicide. 

For more information please contact: JusticeforAlexnow@gmail.com

Town Watch Integrated Services promotes neighborhood safety through community policing. They offer:

  • Town Watch development

  • Training for new Town Watch groups

  • Emergency response training

  • Certification program for volunteers who supervise students traveling to and from school

  • Neighborhood assessments

Phone: 215-686-1459

Address: 990 Buttonwood St

Language access: English and Spanish

Operation Save Our City is a community-based organization that promotes awareness of violence and advocacy for peace. They partner with both faith-based and non-religious organizations.

For more information please contact:
OperationSaveOurCity@gmail.com

 

Financial Counseling

Clarifi is community resource for developing financial literacy and stability. They offer:

  •  Counseling for challenges such as:

    • Overwhelming debt​

    • Poor credit and overextension of credit

    • Health related emergencies

    • Threat of bankruptcy or foreclosure

  • Financial education workshops​​

Phone: 267-765-2781
Address: 1608 Walnut St, 10th Floor

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Language access: English and Spanish

(other interpreters available as needed)

 
 

Client Assistance

Need to help your client? This information will 

connect you with the right people.

24 Hour Hotlines: 

(If there is immediate

danger please call 911)

Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline:

1-866-723-3014

Pennsylvania's Child Abuse Hotline:

1-800-932-0313

Women Against Rape's

Crisis Services Hotline:

215-985-3333

If you have been the victim of a crime and need assistance, legal help, court accompaniment or other resources, please contact

 Victim Services at Congreso

 215-763-8870, x1339

 

You are eligible for services, whether you reported the crime to the police or not.

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