Project HOME's supportive housing programs offer permanent, subsidized housing for individuals and families who had been homeless. Most residents come to Project HOME from a safe haven, a shelter or from the streets.
Project HOME also offers affordable housing based on income eligibility.
Kate’s Place is a 144-unit, fully-furnished, permanent supportive housing residence for adults. There are subsidized and affordable efficiency apartments. Accessible units are available. Each apartment has its own bathroom and access to two community kitchens on each floor.
Residents are offered on-site service coordination and personal recovery services. Residents are encouraged to participate in recovery-oriented activities that lead to personal growth, well-being and self-sufficiency. Project HOME also offers health care, education and employment opportunities and social enterprise.
Kate’s Place is on the National Historic Registry.
- Homeless upon entry
- Currently homeless and have a special need with written verification from a professional who is licensed by the state to diagnose and treat that condition.
- Serious mental illness
- History of Substance Use Disorder and currently clean and sober
- Commitment to a recovery lifestyle
- For income eligibility, please contact the property manager at 215-568-0304
- 24-hour reception
- On-site laundry
- Library and computer lab
None of us are home until all of us are home, and at Project HOME this means that we can all have a decent standard of living today without compromising our needs in the future. When thinking about the footprints – the waste, the greenhouse gases, the toxins – we leave behind through our daily living, we must recognize that the earth is our home.
This is why Project HOME has made sustainability a priority for current and future developments. Sustainability is based on a simple principle: everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment. Thus, our goal is to ensure that all developments reflect the shared values of economic, social, and environmental sustainability by:
- Decreasing energy usage
- Constructing all new buildings to meet Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification guidelines
- Reducing fuel use of Project HOME vehicles
- Procuring more sustainable products
- Reducing waste
- Engaging Project HOME community members in sustainability efforts
- Supporting neighborhood sustainability
- Increasing access to healthy foods for residents and community members
Guided by these principles, we’ve taken sustainability from offices to residences, and even to gardens to promote energy and waste reduction, environmental education and justice, and health and wellness for all.