PIHN is an organization that offers supportive services to families affected by homelessness. Over our 20 year history we have expanded out supportive services to include career development and education planning, family therapeutic services, financial literacy training, housing support, material support and parenting education.

PIHN offers the following services to its current and former families:

Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network, 7047 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19119
Emergency Services -
215-247-4663 ext. 140


Philly’s homeless assistance system is comprised of an impressive network of homeless services, legal, housing, physical and behavioral health providers, and governmental entities, all working toward the same goal of making homelessness rare, brief, and nonrecurring. The Office of Homeless Services (OHS) provides support, leadership, funding, coordination and administration to this network, which is called the Continuum of Care.

Hotline: 215-232-1984

Housing – The organization provides permanent housing and support services for people who are or were homeless (or at risk of homelessness).

  • Opportunities for Employment – Provides computer classes, career training, job readiness workshops, life skills workshops, GED classes, adult basic literacy classes and access to other resources to help local residents improve their lives, gain employment, and pursue higher education. Additionally, residents have the opportunity to learn new skills, re-enter or enter the world of work, and increase income.

  • Medical Care - The Stephen Klein Wellness Center (SKWC) offers primary medical care, psychiatric services, nurse care management, individual, couples and group counseling, peer-led outreach and care coordination, healing touch, and assistance with applying for health insurance benefits.

  • Education – The Honickman Learning Center and Comcast Technology Labs (HLCCTL) re provides educational programs which focus on providing the most current computer literacy and equal opportunity to at-risk children, youth, and families.

Project Home Homeless Outreach Hotline: 215-232-1984