Research and Publications | Project HOME

Research and Publications

Where to Turn Guide

Project HOME's pocket-sized Where to Turn guide offers information for individuals seeking meals, showers, housing, and other assistance. Please print, fold, and distribute.

This document was created under the leadership of the Mayor's Task Force to End Homelessness, co-chaired by Project HOME Executive Director, S. Mary Scullion and City Managing Director Pedro A. Ramos, Esq.

The full report provides an in-depth analysis of the causes and impact of homelessness, and this excerpted chapter summarizes the homeless system in Philadelphia .

 

An ethnographic analysis accompanied by photographs that trace the emergence of leadership at all levels at Project HOME. The stories and photographs compiled for this project tell the story of Project HOME from the participants' perspectives.

Sponsored by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and conducted by Public Health Management Corporation, this analysis outlines the positive impact of community-building and the lasting social support system that Project HOME provides to those in recovery.

Project HOME's growth over the past 25 years has allowed us to leverage $106 million in capital expenditure and annual operating expenditures into $609 million in economic activity – a factor of nearly $2.25 for every dollar spent – and is statistically correlated with increasing property values

A 2010 report which advocates addressing homelessness by providing permanent supportive housing in order to ensure quality of life for everyone as well as save precious public resources.

 

The Hub of Hope is a walk-in engagement center located under Two Penn Center in Philadelphia, providing social and health services to individuals experiencing long-term homelessness living in and around the subway concourses.

 

The Hub of Hope is a walk-­‐in engagement center located under Two Penn Center in Philadelphia, providing social and health services to individuals experiencing long-­‐term homelessness living in and around the subway Concourses. The inaugural season lasted from January through April 2012.

Pages