Langhorne, PA
Homeless Shelters

Temporary free shelters for people who need a place to stay. There are 24 homeless shelters in the Langhorne, Pennsylvania area.

Ch Pennsylvania Under - 21

21 Miles Away

31 East Armat Street
Philadelphia, PA 19144
(215) 951-5411

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They who recognize God’s providence and fidelity to His people are dedicated to living out His covenant among ourselves and those children they serve, with absolute respect and unconditional love. That commitment calls us to serve suffering children of the street, and to protect and safeguard all children. Just as Christ in His humanity is the visible sign of God’s presence among His people, so their efforts together in the covenant community are a visible sign that effects the presence of God, working through the Holy Spirit among ourselves and their kids.

Crisis Center in Germantown - 51 beds Transitional Living Program (Rights of Passage)in Germantown-9 beds Outreach center in Germantown

Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley.
-- James Rogers

Episcopal Community Services Of The Diocese Of Pennsylvania

21 Miles Away

225 S Third St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 351-1460

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Episcopal Community Services empowers vulnerable individuals and families by providing high-quality social and educational services that affirm human dignity and promote social justice.

ECS programs serve over 2000 children and adults each year. ECS St. Barnabas Mission for homeless women and their children serves about 150 families each year, offering enhanced shelter services including nutrition, after-school and early-childhood education, comprehensive case managment and more. The Children and Family Services department includes outcome-oriented foster care, kinship care, and family preservation services. The ECS FAST Program provides permanent housing and case management to chronically homeless families. ECS Home Care helps seniors and the disabled remain safe, healthy, and in their own homes. Other ECS programs include workshops for parents, children, and teens, adult literacy, and the ECS Beacon after-school program in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia.Program:ECS St. Barnabas MissionBudget: $1,512,388Category: HousingPopulation Served: Homeless Program Description: ECS St. Barnabas Mission provides shelter, case management and related services to homeless women and their children. The Mission maintained high quality service and met the diverse needs of families presenting mental health, substance abuse, poverty and other challenges. During the 2009 fiscal year, 143 female-headed families (including 190 children) found a safe haven at ECS St. Barnabas.    One thing most families have in common is young children – half of all the children served were age ftheir or younger. Most families include just one or two children. The majority of mothers at the Mission were under 30, while a substantial minority of 22% were between the ages of 40 and 64. Intensive case management at the Mission helps families address economic and personal barriers to obtaining housing. This year, 64% of families demonstrated improved ability to handle common life issues and received at least one award for improvement in upkeep of living areas, parenting behaviors, hygiene or participation in the savings program. While just under a quarter of families remain in shelter for only a few days or weeks, most residents stay for one to nine months. Of the 112 families who left the Mission this year, 73% moved into safe, stable housing. In confidential surveys, 75% of residents reported a positive experience with residential assistance at the Mission. In order to meet ECS’s goal of 90% client satisfaction, ECS St. Barnabas is changing new resident intake procedures and training staff in developing positive customer service relationships, with a focus on time and stress management. At any given time, ECS St. Barnabas is home to about 100 women and children, resulting in significant wear and tear. ECS continually maintains and improves the facility inside and out. This year, the agency made improvements to the exterior, including the removal of an abandoned building adjacent to the playground and installation of a security fence. Grants from The Western Association of Ladies for Relief and Employment of the Poor and the Falconhead Foundation supported the replacement of aging kitchen equipment to maintain sanitation and efficiency in a facility that serves three meals a day, 365 days a year.  ECS St. Barnabas operates under a contract with the Philadelphia Office of Supportive Housing, which provides all resident referrals.

Continuous effort, not strength or intelligence is the key to unlocking our potential.
-- Liane Cardes

Peoples Emergency Center

21 Miles Away

325 North 39th St
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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PEC nurtures families, strengthens neighborhoods, and drives change. They are committed to increasing equity and opportunity throughout their entire community. They provide comprehensive supportive services to homeless women and their children, revitalize their West Philadelphia neighborhood, and advocate for social justice.


I consider a goal as a journey rather than a destination. And each year I set a new goal.
-- Curtis Carlson

The Veterans Group

21 Miles Away

3209 Baring St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 222-4379

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The mission of The Veterans Group is to empower veterans to once again become productive members of society.    

One who is too insistent on his own views, finds few to agree with him.
-- Lao-tse

Info Line Of Middlesex County Inc

32 Miles Away

PO Box 159
Milltown, NJ 08850

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The mission of Info Line of Central Jersey is to connect those in need with comprehensive health and human service information and resources to improve the quality of their lives.

Providing I&R services to residents of Middlesex and Mercer CountiesProgram:Case Management for the HomelessBudget: $135,898Category: HousingPopulation Served: Adults Program Description: Providing case management service to get the homeless off the streets and into permanent housing.

Success is 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration.
-- Thomas Alva Edison

Victory House Of Lehigh Valley

39 Miles Away

PO Box 5458
Bethlehem, PA 18015

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Victory House is a community-based organization committed to addressing the problems of homeless men. They provide shelter services and resources to support a transition toward self-sufficient living. This work is an expression of their personal faith, hope and compassion.

Victory House provides homeless males with comprehensive array of supportive services. In an effort to facilitate the independent living and residential stability of their clients, Victory House collaborates with several community-based organizations to provide a complete service system that offers intensive case management, mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling, employment assistance, life skills training, health care, residential stability, and discharge/follow-up care. They have successfully created a network of providers in order to offer their clients access to experts in specific fields and to avoid duplication of services. Emergency Shelter Transitional Housing Food/Meals Case Management Mental Health Counseling Substance Abuse Counseling Drug & Alcohol Support Groups Health Care Employment Assistance Life Skills Training Residential Stability Aftercare Services

True wisdom comes to each of us when we realize how little we understand about life, ourselves, and the world around us.
-- Socrates

Domestic Abuse And Rape Crisis Center, Inc. Dba Domestic Abuse And Sexual Assault Crisis Center

40 Miles Away

PO Box 88
Washington, NJ 07882

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Their mission is to support and empower those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault and to create a community where there is no acceptance or tolerance for either.

24 htheir hotline, outreach program, individual counseling, support groups, comprehensive shelter program, transition house, youth program, case mgmt., legal advocacy, court and hospital accompaniment for DV and SA, community education, information and referrals, professional training.Program:Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Crisis CenterBudget: $895,160Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Homeless Program Description: Shelter, transitional housing, group and individual counseling, legal advocacy, SART, DVRT, hotline

There is no substitute for hard work.
-- Thomas Alva Edison

Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Ocean County, Inc.

42 Miles Away

253 Chestnut St
Toms River, NJ 08753
(732) 736-1550


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Education is what survives when what has been learnt has been forgotten.
-- B. F. Skinner

Friendship House Men's Day Center

45 Miles Away

Old Asbury Church
226 Walnut Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 652-8278

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Programs include: DAYTIME HOSPITALITY & DROP-IN CENTER that provides hot beverages, restrooms, phones, mail and message services, counseling, referrals, a day shelter for bad weather days; HOUSING consultation, accessing shelter; EMPOWERING THE NEEDY which is a six stage process providing homeless people a survival network to meet basic physical needs and then a support system which empowers them to achieve independence and self-sufficiency (includes among previously mentioned services, JOB READINESS PROGRAM, support services for finding and maintaining a job).

Hospitality, 6:00am - 8:00am; Men's Center, 8:30am - 3:00pm

Homeless, unemployed and marginalized people in need of services

Area Served:
New Castle

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There is a condition worse than blindness, and that is, seeing something that isn't there.
-- L Ron Hubbard

Connections, PATH Homeless Outreach, New Castle County

45 Miles Away

801 North West Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 232-5490

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Outreach and day drop-in services for homeless adults in Wilmington, Dover and Georgetown Targets persons with mental health and/or substance use disorders Provides linkages to appropriate housing, services, and benefits.

Homeless Adults.

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