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  • Social Security Administration
    3400 Aramingo Avenue, #13
    Philadelphia, PA 19134-4531

  • Northeast Treatment Center
    2005 North 2nd Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122

  • Kencrest
    2600 B Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19125

  • Elwynn
    4040 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104

  • Congresso
    640 West Somerset Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133

  • NHS
    265 East Lehigh Ave
    Philadelphia, PA 19125

  • WIC Aramingo Office
    2401 E Tioga St., #A-4
    Philadelphia, PA 19134-4625

  • St Christopher’s Hospital for Children
    3601 A St
    Philadelphia, PA 19134

  • Youth Emergency Services(215)-787-0633 Philadelphia, PA 19130

Public, Social, & Community Services
Frankford* Kensington* Port Richmond

  • Richmond Free Library
    2987 Almond Street
    Philadelphia, PA

  • Philadelphia Emergency Shelter and Services
    Philadelphia, PA 19107

  • BEBASHI (Blacks Educating Blacks About Sexual Health Issues) – Emergency Food Cupboard
    Address: 1217 Spring Garden Street, 1st Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19123
    Phone: (215)-769-3561
    The Emergency Food Cupboard provides food vouchers and non-perishable food items to persons infected by HIV disease.

Early Learning Resource Center

ELRC Region 18 has 3 offices in Philadelphia.


Main: 2361-2373 Welsh Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19114

Satellite: 2816 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19133

Satellite: 5548 Chestnut St, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19139

Telephone: (215) 382-4762

Fax: (215) 382-1199




Community Outreach

Services for parents, families, & children in the Kensington, Port Richmond, & Frankford Community

Suggested Activities & Programs for Children over 12 years of age.

  • Mural Arts Program Youth Development Programs
    Various after school programs and positive activities through mural making for youth ages 9-19 years old- 1729 Mount Vernon Street-call 215-685-0750 for details

  • Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts

    • Boys Scouts are a great way to get your child involved in positive activities. The Boys Scouts mission is for each child to master “character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.” For children 6 years-20 years old. Call 215-988-9811 for more information or click on Boy Scouts to go to their website.

    • Girl Scouts has for over 90 years helped girls learn positive values, get involved in their community and learn to succeed. For girls 5 years old through 17 years old. Call 215-564-4657 or click on Girl Scouts.

  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia

    • The Boys&Girls Clubs of Philadelphia’s programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. The Club is a safe place to learn and grow – all while having fun. It is truly The Positive Place For Kids. 1518 Walnut Street, Suite 712. Call 215-735-8818. 


  • Police Athletic League (PAL)

    • The mission of PAL is to offer young people a viable and constructive alternative to the ‘street life’. They serve over 28,000 children in Phila. with programs ranging from a summer baseball program, chess, golf, soccer, wrestling and a Positive Image program for girls 11-17 year old, which helps, build self esteem- 215-291-9000


  • Work to Ride

    • Work to Ride provides disadvantaged urban youth with constructive activities centered around horsemanship, equine sports, and education. Located in Fairmount Park, the setting provides a unique opportunity to bring 7-to 19-year-old youth in contact with animals and nature. 98 Chamounix Drive, 215-877-4419.


  • Neighborhood Bike Works

    • Neighborhood Bike Works is a youth development program in West Philadelphia that serves youth ages 8-17 with several programs that teach bike safety and responsibility including: Earn a Bike, Summer Cycling Camp, and more. 3916 Locust Walk Call 215-386-0316 for more info.


  • LEAP at the Free Library of Philadelphia

    • A free, drop-in after school program that provides homework help, computer literacy, library skills, and presents cultural enrichment programs that assists children and teens Grades 1-12- 215-686-5372


  • Village of Arts and Humanities

    • The Village of Arts and Humanities (often called the Village) is a community arts organization located in North Central Philadelphia seeking to raise consciousness and spirits, and empower people of all ages through the arts. Operates an after-school program for teens ages 13 to 19 offering video production, step, and hip hop dance, as well as homework help, academic enhancement, and tutoring. 2544 Germantown Ave. 215-225-7830 x240


  • United Way of Southeastern PA

    • Operates the Center For Youth Development for 10-14 y.o. children by offering after school programs/camps and the One-To-One Mentoring program- 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway- 215-665-2554.


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