Care Resources

To help you locate the information, we have compiled our resources into the below guide.

Resource Information

Manna – Nutrition and Education Counseling Services
Phone – (215) 496-2662
Meals on Wheels
(215) 765-9040
Philadelphia Free Food Programs
(800) 548-6479
Bebashi Food Pantry
(215) 769-3561
1235 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 339-0900

House Call Group – A team of doctors who provide primary care to seniors in their own homes
(215) 233-9842
Alegis Care – Works with doctors and health care plans to provide ongoing support in the comfort and safety of patients homes
(877) 663-1333
Primary Home Care Family Visiting Physicians – Providing a program that is not just a doctor’s office, but a distinct program aimed at illness prevention and health maintenance. They have board certified Nurse Practitioners that bring the doctor’s office to your home on a regular monthly schedule.
(215) 635-3151

Drexel University Individual, Couple and Family Therapy Services
(215) 571-3409
Hispanic Community Counseling Services
(215) 291-8151
Penn Psychiatry Center (Outpatient)
(215) 746-6701

How to apply for Medicaid/Long Term Support Services:
MARS Care can assist with the completion of the Medicaid / Long Term Support Process. Please contact the office at 215-763-3992 for further assistance

Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (60 and older)
Phone: 215-766-9000 or 215-765-9040 (To Report Elder Abuse)

Pennsylvania Independent Enrollment Broker (PAIEB): Maximus
877-550-4227 / [email protected]

Fair Housing Rights Center in Southeastern Pennsylvania – If you believe you are experiencing discrimination in housing, report you allegations to (215) 625-0700
Rental Assistance
Action Wellness
(215) 981-0088
1216 Arch Street 6th Fl Philadelphia, PA 19107
Catholic Social Services
(215) 992-3736
222 N 17th Street, 3rd Fl Philadelphia, PA 19103
Philly tenant
(267) 443-2500

SEPTA / CCT: 215-580-7145

Transnet: 215-542-7433

Community Transit / Shared Ride Program: 610-490-3960

Logisticare: 877-835-7436

Customers who want to have their service restored should call 1-800-494-4000.
LIHEAP (Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program) – A federal grant program for low-income customers. With LIHEAP, eligible customers get a minimum of $200, and a maximum of $1,600 towards their PECO bill.

CAP – (Customer Assistance Program) PECO encourages all low-income customers to apply for CAP. This program provides a monthly credit to eligible customers to help ensure their monthly bills are affordable.

Philadelphia County
Philadelphia Water Company
Phone: 215-685-6300
1101 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Frankford: 4410 Frankford Ave
Germantown: 212 W. Chelten Ave
North Philly: 1337 W. Erie Ave
South Philly: 1601 S. Broad St
West Philly: 5230 Chestnut St
Phone: 215-235-1000

Delaware and Montgomery Counties

Phone: 877.987.2782

Art-Reach for Access Card Holders
1501 Cherry Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: 267-515-6720
Email: [email protected]
Philadelphia Corporation on Aging
642 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130-3424
Phone: 215.765.9040

Access Card Holders:

Many houses of worship are holding services online around the Greater Philadelphia and Nationally.

Bethany Lutheran Church

Catholic Services in Philadelphia

Congregation Beth El – Ner Tamid

Enon Tabernacle

Joel Osteen Ministries (CBS-3, Lifetime and USA Network)

Masjid Al-Madinah

Samarpan Hindu Temple

Sharon Baptist Church

Temple Sholom

The Philadelphia Masjid (Sister Clara Muhammad)

Early Learning Resource Center Region 18
Main: 2361-2373 Welsh Rd
Philadelphia, Pa 19114
Satellite: 5548 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Phone: 215-382-4762
Hearing Impaired: 1-877-PA-Kids

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