A community based organization that works in the impoverished neighborhoods of Eastern North Philadelphia. It is a one-stop social service agency with over 47 programs for the Hispanic community- several locations. Main office- 216 West Somerset Street- 215-763-8870
Click here for Eastern North Philly Resource Guides in English or Espanol
A multi-service agency providing a wide range of health and social services to Philadelphia’s Latino community including: early intervention; young parents support; day care and Head Start; housing related issues; and behavioral and mental health issues- 1900 N 9th Streete-267-296-7200
Founded in 1962 this organization provides a multitude of services for Spanish /bilingual persons including: summer camps; foster care; parenting skills; adult education/GED; and housing counseling. Also hosts the annual Puerto Rican Festival– 141 E. Hunting Park 19124- 215-627-3100
The mission of this organization is to help immigrants and refugees participate fully in American society- Assists with social services, English as a second language, protecting the legal rights of immigrants/refugees, eliminating barriers caused by language and cultural differences, and assistance with the immigration and naturalization process. 1216 Arch Street- 215-893-8400
The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians serves immigrants and refugees in the Philadelphia area.
1) Job placement and employment assistance
2) Social service information and referral
3) Free monthly legal clinics
4) Advice and resources for small business owners.
1617 JFK Blvd., Suite 555 215-557-2626
Representation of visa processing and legalization processes. 215-587-3555 http://www.catholicsocialservicesphilly.org/index.php
HUNE provides free bilingual English and Spanish training, technical assistance and individual assistance to parents of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities and to professionals who work with children. 2215 N American Street Call 215-425-6203.
Various advocacy programs for the Southeast Asian community (Cambodian, ethnic Chinese, Hmong, Laotian, and Vietnamese)- 215-467-0690
It’s mission is to improve the quality of life Cambodian-Americans within the Greater Philadelphia Area by providing services, advocating and empowering them to obtain equal access to social/economic development, as well as to quality healthcare and education. 5412 North 5th Street-215-324-4070
Kiths Integrated and Targeted Human Services serves the needs of Asian Americans, Immigrants and Refugees in the Logan area of Philadelphia. Their mission is to help individuals achieve self-sufficiency one resource at a time. www.kithservices.org for info or call 215-278-6222 or 6223 4911 Old York Rd, 1st Floor, Phila. PA 19141
Informational and supportive agency for Vietnamese and Cambodian parents- Einstein Hosp. – 215-456-6008
Resources for African Immigrants/Refugees or decendants of Africans. 5530 Chester Ave 215-729-8225.
Social service organization for asian children and adults. Many programs availible- 4943 N. 5th Street-215-456-1662
Answers all questions related to public education
For ALL languages, click https://www.philasd.org/languagepages/
• Albanian* –215-400-8480
• Chinese* – 215 400-8482
• French* – 215 400-8483
• Khmer* – 215 400-8484
• Russian* – 215 400-8485
• Spanish – 215 400-8489
• Vietnamese* – 215-400-8487
• Arabic: 215-400-8481
The JEVS Refugee Assistance Program serves eligible refugees, asylees, and victims of trafficking in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties with free services. These services include:
‘ Job placement and employment assistance
‘ Job retention training
‘ ESL classes
‘ Computer classes
‘ Acculturation workshops
‘ Use of driving simulator
‘ Multiple locations
Call 215-728-4210 for further information.
HIAS Pennsylvania provides legal and supportive services to immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers from all backgrounds in order to assure their fair treatment and full integration into American society. Our programs include 1) representation and legal counseling for immigration issues and 2) citizenship, refugee resettlement and other social services for newly arriving immigrants, refugees and asylees. 215-832-0900. www.hiaspa.org
The ASPIRA Association promotes the empowerment of the Puerto Rican and Latino community by developing and nurturing leadership, intellectual and cultural potential of its youth so that they may contribute their skills and dedication to the fullest development of the Puerto Rican and Latino community everywhere. Multiple programs for youth development- 4322 N. 5th-215-455-1300
The USCRI Healthy Living Toolkit is designed to educate refugees and immigrants to become proactive health consumers and promoters in their communities. See link below on health information in dozens of languages.
BBH is a community-based program offering outpatient psychiatric and community services to ethnically and/or culturally diverse families, including Latino/Hispanic and Asian families. 5043 Frankford Avenue (215) 744-4343
AFRICOM’s mission is to empower the African and Caribbean communities by facilitating their integration into the social and economic fabric in the Greater Philadelphia area. Many programs to help. Call 215-816-8063 – 4022 Market Street, Suite #3, Philadelphia PA 19104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . www.africom-philly.org/home.aspx
Free download for residents to find city services. Click on “language assistance” to explore resources for those whose first language is not English. Search Philly 311 in your phones “app store”.
Philadelphia’s myPLACE network offering adult education and career readiness classes throughout the City. myPLACE classes help residents get the skills they need for work and life. ESL, Math and Reading, GED. Go to www.phila.gov/programs/adult-education to find location near you.
Click here for information https://nscphila.org/find-servicesimmigrants-and-refugees/english-classes both online and in-person
The mission of the Refugee Resettlement Program is to help refugees and their families obtain employment, economic self-sufficiency and social integration within the shortest possible time after their arrival into the Commonwealth. Go to www.refugeesinpa.org or click here and look at Region 3 for local organizations that can help.