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Bethesda Project

An emergency center based in Philadelphia, the Bethesda Project offers shelter and therapy to those who are homeless, and may or may not struggle with drug addiction. The services include free meals three times a day and assist in finding clients referrals to housing and treatment programs. The facility also provides the clients with a safe environment to be in until they can gain more stability and manage to recover from either homelessness of substance abuse. The facility has space to provide services and shelter for around 150 homeless men at a time, including their meals.

An emergency center based in Philadelphia, the Bethesda Project offers shelter and therapy to those who are homeless, and may or may not struggle with drug addiction. The services include free meals three times a day and assist in finding clients referrals to housing and treatment programs. The facility also provides the clients with a safe environment to be in until they can gain more stability and manage to recover from either homelessness of substance abuse. The facility has space to provide services and shelter for around 150 homeless men at a time, including their meals.

Address

  • 907 Hamilton Street
  • Philadelphia
  • PA
  • 19123
  • United States

Contact

  • Telephone: (215) 985-1600
  • Fax: (215) 732-8214
  • E-mail
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Bethesda Project

Pennsylvania Types of Payments

Free Treatment / Low-Budget

Pennsylvania Treatments by Gender and Age

Men

Prevention and Other Services

Shelter

Pennsylvania Counties

Philadelphia County

Pennsylvania Cities

Philadelphia

Pennsylvania Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Pennsylvania Addiction Services by Type of Drug

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