|Community Resource Guides/Directories
At the BenePhilly Enrollment Centers, Philadelphia residents can receive in-person or telephonic support from a benefits expert, and help with completing applications, organizing key documents, and tracking an application's status.
Center for Hunger-free Communities, www.centerforhungerfreecommunities.org
In addition to help with food resources, CHC offers the Witnesses to Hunger Resource Handbook, a helpful guide for parents in Philadelphia; as well as Children's Health Watch Outreach Services, your guide to finding resources for your family in Philadelphia
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Community Resource Database, https://apps.chop.edu/about/chop-in-the-community/community-resources/crdb.cfm
The Community Resources database offers families and professionals the opportunity to see what resources are available in the region and, in some instances, across the country. (Also National Link)
Magee Recreation Resource Guide, mageerehab.org/community/community-resource-guide
Compiled by Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, this guide may be useful to seniors and others with disabilities as they independently pursue leisure activities and other support.
Seniors Resource Guide Directory, www.seniorsresourceguide.com/directories/Philadelphia
A comprehensive guide to senior resources in the area searchable by six major categories including Senior Housing, Health at Home, and more.
United Way 211SEPA, www.211sepa.org
Search this online directory of health and human service programs to find resources like food pantries, emergency shelters, transportation, health clinics, rent or utility assistance, legal help, and more.