JBJ Soul Homes

Permanent Supportive Housing
  • JBJ Soul Homes
1415 Fairmount Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130
215-320-6192

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.

JBJ Soul Homes is a 55-unit, permanent supportive housing residence for adults. There are subsidized and affordable efficiency apartments, including units dedicated for young adults.  All subsidized units are fully furnished.

Accessible units including physical, hearing and visual are available. 

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. Covenant House provides services for the young adults. 

Continuum of Care | Permanent Supportive Housing

25 Fully-furnished efficiency apartments (10 units designated for chronically homeless)

  • Documented current homelessness
  • Documented current disability of serious mental illness
  • Must be over age 18
  • Demonstrated the ability to live independently, including monitoring medications; managing finances; cooking and cleaning; managing transportation; and other independent living skills
  • Committed to recovery:
    • Willingness to live a clean and sober lifestyle
    • Submission to random drug tests
    • Engagement with appropriate supports (TCM services, OP/IOP programs, NA/AA, Peer Services)

 

Affordable Housing

30 units: seven efficiency apartments, eight one-bedroom apartments, 15 fully-furnished efficiency apartments (eight designated for young adults)

  • Income Restrictions Apply
  • Some Age Restrictions Apply
  • On-site laundry
  • Community room with terrace
  • Library and computer lab
  • Fitness room
  • Serenity room
  • Individual storage units

Continuum of Care | Permanent Supportive Housing

25 Fully-furnished efficiency apartments (10 units designated for chronically homeless)

Referrals are made via the Homeless Services Clearinghouse CSS referral process. Individuals experiencing homelessness who have an approved CSS referral application will be considered for these vacancies.


Affordable Housing

30 units: seven efficiency apartments, eight one-bedroom apartments, 15 fully-furnished efficiency apartments (eight designated for young adults)

Contact the property manager at 215-320-6192.

Continuum of Care | Permanent Supportive Housing

25 Fully-furnished efficiency apartments (10 units designated for chronically homeless)

  • 30 percent of Income,
  • PECO utilities


Affordable Housing

30 units: seven efficiency apartments, eight one-bedroom apartments, 15 fully-furnished efficiency apartments (eight designated for young adults)

Rent varies based on unit type.

With a transformational leadership gift from Leigh and John Middleton, Project HOME created a public/private initiative to end and prevent chronic street homelessness in Philadelphia. The Middleton Partnership comprises visionary leaders who have joined with Leigh and John Middleton to ensure that together we realize this bold goal. 810 Arch Street will be the fourth Middleton Partnership project.

Since 2011, Project HOME and its community partners have created a new strategic and collaborative approach to provide housing, healthcare, education, and employment. Under Project HOME’s lead, the Partnership has identified the longest-term and most vulnerable people living on the streets and developed a comprehensive program of permanent housing (with services designed to break the cycle of homelessness) and also the necessary capacity to prevent chronic street homelessness in the future.

In addition, the Partnership will pilot evidence-based practices in drug- and alcohol-free housing coupled with employment, leading to greater economic independence for people struggling with addiction and chronic street homelessness. To prevent future homelessness, the Partnership will create new permanent supportive housing with strong education and employment opportunities targeted to youth aging out of foster care or who are experiencing homelessness.

The financial leverage and collaborative impact of the Middleton Partnership allows Project HOME to greatly expand its housing and services, including building six new residential programs with a total of 500 additional housing units – doubling overall housing capacity – and a new wellness center offering integrated health care services including primary, behavioral health, and dental care, together with wellness programs. Not only does the Middleton Partnership help Project HOME carry out its mission of ending homelessness, it generates economic and fiscal impacts throughout the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

On a daily basis, we witness the tremendous strength and courage of men and women who have overcome homelessness.  And daily, we experience what happens when a community with a shared vision comes together – what Jon Bon Jovi calls “The Power of We.” Together, we can seize this opportunity and make the ambitious hope of ending chronic street homelessness in Philadelphia a reality. We invite every sector of society to join us in this hope – and help make Philadelphia the first major City in our nation to end and prevent chronic street homelessness.

Visionary Leaders

Connelly Foundation
Sheila and John Connors
Janet and John Haas
The Honickman Family
JBJ Soul Foundation
Margaret and Paul Hondros
Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals
Peggy and Harold Katz
Stephen B. Klein
Frances and James Maguire
Leigh and John Middleton
Elizabeth R. Moran
Neubauer Family Foundation
Oak Foundation
Raynier Institute and Foundation
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc.
Ruth and Morris Williams