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From the Philadelphia Tribune

For 25 years, David Brown had no place to call home.

“I used to be homeless and I was living on the street,” said Brown, now 60. “I refused to come in [off the street] because I thought Project HOME was like all the other homeless shelters that are taking advantage of the homeless.”

2415 North Broad Street Residence

From the Metro

A major housing project is going up on North Broad Street that will put a roof over the heads of those who were once homeless.

 

Testimony to Philadelphia City Council Pursuant to Resolution No. 140577
Committee on Housing, Neighborhood Development, and the Homeless
April 27, 2015 (rescheduled from Monday, April 6, 2015)

Summary of recommendations

Recommendations for affordable housing, healthcare, safety, and education.

Fund the Fund
The 2013-14 Pennsylvania legislative session ends on November 30, but the House and Senate are leaving on October 15 with unfinished business.  Our state elected officials are leaving Harrisburg without funding the Housing Trust Fund.
 
Email your senator and representative TODAY to express your disappointment and dismay that they are leaving Harrisburg without funding the Pennsylvania Housing Trust Fund.
810 Arch Street Groundbreaking

Images from the groundbreaking ceremony for the 810 Arch Street project that took place on September 17, 2014.

810 Arch Street Groundbreaking | Gov. Tom Corbett

Gov. Tom Corbett speaks at our recent groundbreaking ceremony for the 810 Arch Street project.

810 Arch Street Groundbreaking | Brian Hudson

Brian Hudson of the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency speaks at our recent groundbreaking ceremony for the 810 Arch Street project.

810 Arch Street Groundbreaking | Brian Abernathy

Brian Abernathy of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority speaks at our recent groundbreaking ceremony for the 810 Arch Street project.

810 Arch Street Groundbreaking | Janet Stearns

Janet Stearns of Project HOME speaks at our recent groundbreaking ceremony for the 810 Arch Street project.

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