As the impact of COVID-19 continues to expand across the Philadelphia area,
low-income residents may be disproportionately impacted by business closures
and other disruptions to their lives. Below are some resources that may be of
use to members of the Center's programs as well as the community at large.
This is not meant to be an exhaustive list and the situation is constantly
changing. Additional resources will be added as they become available.
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General Coronavirus Resources and Information
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.866.723.3014
Protection from Abuse Orders: Seek assistance at the 24/7 Emergency Filing
Unit located at Criminal Justice Center, Room B-03 1301 Filbert St.
Women Against Abuse: Legal Center will be operating virtually. Call 215.686.7082 and
leave a message with your name, best number to contact you, and reason for
your call. If you are trying to contact your attorney or advocate, please
mention their name in your message. Calls will be returned during
business hours daily.
ACCT Pet Pantry: Offering a once a month pick up of pet supplies
Broad Street Ministry
(215 S. Broad St.): offering to go meals Monday to Friday from 11:30
a.m. - 1 p.m. at City Hall
Catholic Social Services: They are providing food, diapers, and formula. Leave a message if you are
not able to reach someone.
Northeast Philadelphia (7340 Jackson St.): 215.624.5920, Monday to
Friday, 9 - 11:30 a.m. and 1 - 2 p.m.
Casa del Carmen (4400 North Reese St.): 267.331.2500, Monday to
Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Southwest Philadelphia (6214 Grays St.): 215.724.8550, Monday 10 a.m. -
1 p.m (Food only); Tuesday 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Diapers only);
Wednesday and Friday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Diapers only)
National Restaurants and Chains Offering Free Meals and Other Food
Discounts Including Free Delivery
Nutritional Development Services: food cupboards and children's meal sites
Philadelphia Area Food Pantries
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging: Some sites open for to-go meals only for seniors
Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network: They are providing food, diapers, and children's clothing. Call
215.247.4663 and press #8 to talk to a staff member. Pre-packed bags will be
available for pick-up on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. - 5
p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at 7047 Germantown Ave.
Philadelphia Free Meal Sites: The City of Philadelphia and partners have developed two ways for
residents to find free food: Food sites where any resident can pick up
free food for their household and student meal sites where any child can
pick up free meals. Sites are open Mondays and Thursdays from 10 a.m.
– 12 p.m. Residents can pick up one box per household. Supplies
will last up to five days. Residents do not need to present an ID or proof
of income for eligibility.
Share Food Package Hosts
- WhyHunger Hotline: 800.548.6479
WIC: Participants be seen outside of
the office for safety reasons using a new card exchange system. WIC has
stopped requiring infants, children, and/or pregnant women to come in for
their WIC benefits. Participants can send someone to come in for them if
they tell WIC staff over the phone who will be coming to pick up their
benefits and that person needs to bring photo identification. Office hours:
Monday–Thursday, 7 a.m. – 1 p.m.
North Philadelphia WIC Office: 215-229-3786, 1300 W Lehigh Ave #104,
Phila, PA 19132
South Philadelphia WIC Office: 215-463-5571, 1165 S Broad St, Phila, PA,
Overbrook WIC Office: 215-477-3360, 5610 Lancaster Ave #1400, Phila, PA,
Aramingo WIC Office: 215-533-9597, 2401 E Tioga Street, A4, Phila, PA,
Germantown WIC Office: 215-284-1500, 301 E Chelten Ave, Phila, PA, 19144
Northeast WIC Office: 215-745-7251, 7959 Bustleton Ave, Phila, PA, 19152
Olney-Logan WIC Office: 215-927-1950, 5751 N Broad Street, Phila, PA,
Woodland WIC Office: 215-726-1142, 1741 S 54th Street, Phila, PA, 19143
Community Legal Services: Telephone intake for unemployment compensation, bankruptcy, probate,
lawsuit defense, homeownership issues, public benefits, tax income disputes
and any other general intake legal problems (215.981.3800).
CLS Family Law: Telephone intake will remain open (215.981.3838).
Save Your Home Philly Hotline: Will remain open to handle Tax and Mortgage Foreclosure cases, and cases
involving homeownership, including lease-purchase agreements, mortgage
rescue scams and predatory home buyers. (215.334.4663)
Crisis Response Centers - call ahead to see if they are open to new patients
- Friends Hospital: 4641 E. Roosevelt Blvd, 215.831.2600
- Hall Mercer: 245 S. 8th St; 215.829.5433
- Presbyterian: 51 N. 39th St. 215.662.9161>
- Temple/Episcopal Hospital: 100 E. Lehigh Ave, 215.878.2600
- Crisis Text Line: Text “PA” to 741.741
- Community Behavioral Health 24/7 Hotline: 888.545.2600
- Disaster Distress Helpline: 1.800.985.5990
Healthy Minds Philly: free
24/7 online behavioral health screening and resources
Línea Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio: 1.888.628.9454
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1.800.273.8255
- Optum Health Free 24/7 Emotional Support Help Line: 866.342.6892
- Philadelphia Mobile Emergency Team: 215.685.6440
- Philadelphia Suicide and Crisis Center: 215.686.4420
- Recovery Tree Coronavirus Substance Abuse Treatment Resources
Pennsylvania school students: 1.844.723.2729
- Veteran Crisis Line: 1.800.273.TALK (8255)
Aunt Bertha: Searchable database
of free or reduce cost services like medical care, food, job training, and
Philly Mutual Aid - Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Community-led effort to match people in need with neighbors
able to help related to getting groceries, medicine, and
Public Benefits: If you need to apply for benefits (food stamps
(SNAP), Medicaid health insurance (MA), cash assistance (TANF)), apply
or call Benephilly: 844.848.4376. The County Assistance Offices are closed
to in person applications but are still processing online applications.
Serve Philadelphia: Volunteer needs and opportunities