Station House Transitional Shelter Philadelphia
2601 N Broad St
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Philadelphia, PA 19132
Class of Housing/Services: Centralized Homeless Intake for single men, after 5pm. Also weekends and holidays.
Centralized Homeless Intake for single men, after 5pm. Also weekends and holidays.
Station House serves single, adult men who are experiencing homelessness and are between the ages of 18 and 60+ years old. The average length of stay in the emergency housing facility with 99 regular beds, 10 after hour beds, and sit-up spaces for 47 overnight stays, is six months to two years. While there are a number of social and emergency related services available for families with children, there remains a significant gap in similar services for single men. Station House participants have access to an array of services that include skill building platforms, personal and character development opportunities, behavioral and physical health services, education, independent living preparation, permanency planning, and access to resources and community contacts.v Station House provides: Supports designed to shorten emergency housing stays and promote rapid movement to permanent housing. Housing Focused Case Management (HFCS), which is critical to moving participants to permanent housing. HFCS includes but is not be limited to, an assessment of participant housing and housing-related needs soon after the they enter emergency housing, the development of an individualized housing plan that includes housing directed goals and timetables, assessment of other service needs and referrals to the appropriate resources and regular and consistent follow-up. Timetables for completion of the goals are ambitious and coordinated with the 90-day target for movement to permanent housing. Program focus that addresses the needs of the participant to develop the skills necessary to transition to independence and permanent housing.
How To Volunteer at Station House Transitional Shelter Philadelphia:
Be a volunteer. Call Station House Transitional Shelter Philadelphia at (215) 225-9230 for current volunteer work opportunities.
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