Philadelphia outreach worker speaking to person experiencing homelessness

Street Outreach

Project HOME’s journey began on the streets of Philadelphia three decades ago with co-founders Sister Mary Scullion and Joan Dawson McConnon. Their work continues today with our outreach teams. Blending professionalism and compassion, our outreach teams carefully and skillfully make connections, develop relationships, and build trust.  

It can take months, or even years, but when someone is ready to come in, they can be part of our tried and tested HOME model where we offer housing, opportunities for employment, medical care, and education. 

A dispatcher at the Outreach Coordination Center

Outreach Coordination Center

We partner with the City of Philadelphia and other providers to coordinate outreach to people living on the street.

Providing Recovery Care: Project HOME in Kensington

Project HOME's outreach and healthcare services are teaming to bring resources directly to folks in need in Kensington.

A volunteer serving coffee at the Hub of Hope

Hub of Hope

Our outreach and engagement center in Suburban Station, operated in partnership with SEPTA and the City of Philadelphia.

An outreach worker talking with a client

Ambassadors of Hope

We connect people who are experiencing homelessness in Center City to resources, including housing and case management.

None of us are home until all of us are home®