Community Resources

Connecting individuals to resources and services are at the core of our mission

Our primary focus is to  provide a resource hub for services and resources within the Kensington community

Below is a list of community resources we have connected with and are currently providing services. Each title is a link to the specific organizations site for you to learn more about the specific services provided

AIM Angels in Motion

AIM can be found on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at the Huntingdon El station and the Allegheny El station between 10-12pm. They distribute 'blessing bags' full of non-perishable food items and a resource list.

Hot meals are provided on Sundays throughout the month. In addition to hot meals Philadelphia Charity Group also provides other basic necessities including non-perishable food, socks, shoes, coats, toiletries, school supplies, and more throughout the year.

SOL Collective is a harm reduction collective based in Philadelphia, working to end the overdose crisis and advocating for a safe injection facility (SIF)
Every Sunday, volunteers groups of nurses, medical students and concerned citizens offer basic wound care, distribute Narcan, and harm reduction/safe injection supplies to individuals in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia

1813 Hagert St

(Kensington and Hagert)

(215) 423-0222

They offer a free medical clinic, showers, bathrooms, phone use, lending library,  and people to listen

Tues & Wed: 9:30 -11:30am

Tues & Thurs: 4:30 - 6:30pm

Fri: 11:30 - 1:30pm

Patrons of the clinic will be seen the same day

Those who want to access the shower should arrive 15 minutes before scheduled opening time. There are only 10-12 slots for showers, which fill up quickly

Local organization that provides meals to the community. Schedule can be found on Instagram @sisterhood641

​2774 Kensington AvenuePhiladelphia, PA 19134

The Kensington Storefront is the newest initiative of Porch Light, an ongoing partnership between Mural Arts, and the City’s Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS).

The storefront serves as a workshop for visiting artists, a safe space for neighbors, and a learning hub for anyone interested in art-making, personal and public safety, or self-care—but it also serves as a hub for area organizations, with the intention of working more effectively together. Public programming at the storefront creates opportunities for community members to speak for themselves in a profoundly public way, and connects individuals to organizations that provide services and referrals that they might not otherwise encounter.

2913-2915 Kensington Avenue,
(corner of Kensington Ave. and Monmouth St.)
Philadelphia, PA 19134

Prevention Point Philadelphia is a private nonprofit organization providing harm reduction services to Philadelphia and the surrounding area.

PPP regularly provides HIV and HCV testing and linkage to care. Free medical clinics are also available multiple times per week. The John Paul Hammond Drop-In Center provides participants with a safe place to find shelter from the street and become linked to social and medical services. As the longest-running service provided by PPP, the Syringe Services Program has been a major factor in reducing the number of new HIV infections in Philadelphia.

Our communities are experiencing an opioid epidemic and addiction crisis that tears apart families, leads people to the streets, and puts the next generation at risk. illumiNATION Community Outreach operates with the mission of lighting this darkness through strategic prevention, intervention, and commemoration programs.

Our goal is to help wherever help is needed. We strive to provide people with easy accessible food items, basic toiletries, resources for help and above all hope. We are passionate about helping people struggling with addiction and homelessness. You are Worth it feels strongly in the importance of uniting with other groups to continue to grow and help others. We want everyone to know that they are worth it and we are here to remind them of that.

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