Organizations--Service

Bereaved Families Relief Initiative Network (B*FRIN)(866)473-3325
317 S. 56th St., Phila PA 19143
E-Mail: support@bfrin.org
Web: http://www.bfrin.org
501 (c)(3) nonprofit helping families in times of bereavement. Providing grief counseling and funeral arrangement assistance.
Bridge of Hope South Jersey...................(856) 755-0556
Sharon Gooch-Zebal, President & Board Chair (856) 755-0558
PO Box 104, Maple Shade NJ 08052
E-Mail: admin@southjersey.bridgeofhopeinc.org
Web: http://www.southjersey.bridgeofhopeinc.org
We are a local non-profit ministry dedicated to ending homelessness for single mothers and their children, here in South Jersey.
Career Wardrobe...............................(215) 568-6693
Sheri Cole, Executive Director            FAX  (215) 568-5998
21 S. 12th St., Ste. 110, Phila PA 19107
E-Mail: tcw@careerwardrobe.org
Web: http://www.careerwardrobe.org
Career Wardrobe provides donated professional clothing (by referral) and educational seminars to low income women in transition.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania...........(888) 564-4657
Web: http://www.gsep.org
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
Laurel House..................................(800) 642-3150
PO Box 764, Norristown PA 19404
Web: http://www.laurel-house.org
A comprehensive domestic violence agency that provides shelter, emergency hotline, advocacy, and community education.
Lutheran Settlement House.....................(215) 426-8610
Kelly Davis, Executive Director
1340 Frankford Ave., Phila PA 19125
E-Mail: information@lutheransettlement.org
Web: http://www.lutheransettlement.org
Located in Fishtown, we serve homeless moms/kids, domestic violence victims, adults learning to read, seniors with a food cupboard.
PathWays PA...................................(610) 543-5022
formerly Women's Assoc. for Women's Alternatives(800) 209-2914
Carol Goertzel, President/CEO
310 Amosland Rd., Holmes PA 19043
Web: http://www.pathwayspa.org
Offers social services, residential programs, job training and employment assistance as well as outreach and advocacy.
Women In Transition Lifeline(215) 751-1111
Roberta L. Hacker, Exec. Director (215) 564-5301
21 S. 12th St., 6th Floor, Phila PA 19107
E-Mail: witinfo@helpwomen.org
Web: http://www.helpwomen.org
Empowerment counseling for women endangered by domestic violence and substance abuse. All services cost-free.
Women Organized Against Rape..................(215) 985-3315
Carole Johnson, Executive Director            Hotline  (215) 985-3333
1617 JFK Blvd., One Penn Center, Suite 1100, Phila PA 19103            FAX  (215) 985-9111
E-Mail: carole@woar.org
Web: http://www.woar.org
24-hrs. Court/hospital accompaniment, educational programs about sexual assault/prevention, individual and support group counseling, professional training.
Women's Resource Center.......................(610) 687-6391
113 W. Wayne Ave., PO Box 596, Wayne PA 19087            FAX  (610) 687-2967
E-Mail: info@womensrc.org
Web: http://www.womensresourcecenter.net
Supports women, strengthens families and builds communities through information & referral, counseling, legal & educational services.
WOMEN'S WAY...................................(215) 985-3322
123 S. Broad St., Ste. 1399, Phila PA 19109            FAX  (215) 985-3369
E-Mail: info@womensway.org
Web: http://www.womensway.org
The nation's oldest and largest women's funding federation. A powerful voice for women since 1977.
Young Adult Cancer Connection...............................

Provides an opportunity for young adults to work through the issues unique to our age group and learn that we're not alone in our cancer experiences.
 
Our aim is to increase the visibility, authenticity, influence and status of women’s businesses for the purpose of promoting economic growth and support of women.
  • Women's Yellow Pages of Greater Philadelphia
  • Info@philawyp.com
  • 610-446-4747
  • PO Box 1002 Havertown, PA 19083