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Connect4Health Affordable Housing by Zip Code

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Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA)

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

Philly First Home- PHDC

Offering a homebuyer assistance grant of up to $10,000 (or 6% of the home’s purchase price, whichever is lower) to assist first-time homebuyers reduce the principal, cover down payment and loan closing costs.

To be eligible you must complete a FREE City-funded homeownership counseling program before you sign an Agreement of Sale. Homeownership counseling successfully prepares borrowers for this big life decision. See and check out flyer


AHCOPA provides free housing counseling for the Greater Philadelphia area. Services include:

  • First Time Home Buying Counseling and Education
  • Foreclosure Prevention Counseling
  • Homeowner Emergency Loan Assistance Programs (HEMAP)
  • Loss Mitigation Proposal Preparation and Submission
  • Applying for Delinquent Tax Repayment plans
  • Rental/Eviction Assistance
  • ​Utility Assistance
    Call 215-765-1221  or go to website to learn more


Offering grants of $5K-$15K to BIPOC Philadelphians. Go to for info and to apply.

Philly Tenant Resource

PhillyTenant is an amazing resource for tenet rights in Philadelphia. Click for dozens of resources and here for the Resource Guide. As well as amazing resource library.

PA Housing Finance Agency

Help finding affordable homes to buy/rent; help with debt and foreclosure prevention; free financial counseling and more. Go to or call 1.855.827.3466

Affordable Housing Online

Search by zip code various affordable housing programs. Click here for info

Women’s Community Revitalization Project

WCRP helps low-income women by providing affordable housing options, neighborhood resources,supportive services for women and their families. Go to or call
215.627.5550 for info.


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.

Housing Counseling Agencies for Philadelphia

Housing counseling agencies help families navigate the financial issues related to housing. They help with the home-buying process, credit repair, foreclosure prevention and more. Click here for a location near you.


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

Tenant Union Representative Network (TURN)

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

Office of Housing and Community Development Housing Guide

The Housing Resource Guide includes information on:

  • homeownership
  • rental assistance emergency shelter
  • home repair
  • utility assistance and
  • other programs

offered by the City of Philadelphia and other public agencies. It also answers the most frequently asked questions about housing and housing-related issues.

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