● Housing Resources●


Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA)

PHA develops, acquires, leases and operates affordable housing for city residents with limited incomes- 215-684-4000

Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement (PCCA)

PCCA, as a HUD-certified Housing Counseling Agency, has been providing free housing counseling services to the Philadelphia region since 1979.
PCCA provides confidential one-on-one mortgage delinquency negotiations, money management and budgeting, first time homebuyer counseling and education, financial literacy education, and, other housing-related programs. Call 215-567-7803

Habitat for Humanity

Offers a home ownership program for low-income individuals and families. 1829 N 19th Street. 215-765-6000.

Achieveability Housing

ACHIEVEability works to permanently break the cycle of poverty by helping, formerly homeless, low-income, single-parent families have what they need to pursue higher education and achieve self-sufficiency via supportive services, community and economic development, housing and accountability. To become a client or to get more information, please call 215-748-8800.

Homeless Prevention Program

If you are at risk of becoming homeless, there is help. Click below for info.

Homestart Program- Repairs, Loans

Through The Philadelphia Office of Housing and Community Development- for low income families-home repairs- 215-448-2160, weatherization – 215-448-2160. Click link below for more info.

Save Your Home Philly Hotline

Help for homeowners with mortgage deliquencies, foreclosures, and predatory loans. Call 215-334-4663 for help.

Philadelphia Fair Housing Commission

Advocates for fairness in rental property relationships. For tenants only – 215-686-4670

Tenet Union Representative Network (TURN)

Counseling for landlord/tenant disputes- rental assistance- tenant rights-21 South 12th St, Suite 1100.-215-940-3900-

Housing Counseling Program of Intercultural Family Services, Inc.

Program that encourages and assists participants to become homeowners and to enhance their home management skills. First time buyers ONLY- 4225 Chestnut Street- 215-386-1298 press 2

Housing Association Information Program

Helps first time home owners find affordable, safe housing. Also helps home owners with many housing issues including: problems with credit; mortgage deliquencies; and utility shutoffs. To speak with a professional housing counselor call 215-978-0224