Health and social services, programs for new moms and children and teens. Social services, immigration support, DV support, ESL, employment skills, case management, medical appointments, community meetings, workshops. Women’s support group, and youth program for elementary and high school students. Many languages spoken here! Just call!
2420 S. 54th Street, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19143
5400 Grays Ave, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19143
The Coalition of African and Caribbean Communities. Many languages spoken here!!
Health, social services, immigration, legal assistance, housing, employment, case management, civic engagement and legislative advocacy.
6328 Paschall Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19142View WebsiteView Map Location
Shares resources and raises awareness about the history, geography, and culture of the African continent and the Caribbean.
1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 1430, Philadelphia, PA 19102View WebsiteView Map Location
Free! CCTC’s Tamaa program provides caregiver education and support for West African refugee families. The program includes home, community and school based behavioral health services.
1080 North Delaware Avenue, Suite 600, Philadelphia, PA 19125
Al-Aqsa Islamic Society offers services and activities such as a prayer hall, social events, youth programs, sisters’ activities, funeral services, and Dawaa activities (free books, brochures, and tapes available for the general public)
1501 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19122
Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture offers artistic and educational programming that enriches cross-cultural understanding and celebrates diversity.
3645 Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia PA 19104
ALIPH offers the opportunity to be immersed in the study of Islamic Knowledge and the Arabic language.
51 S. State Road, Upper Darby PA 19082View WebsiteView Map Location
Educational and employment services.
4431 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
CAIR’s mission is to ensure that the American Muslim community is fully empowered to navigate the American civic and legal systems. Their work includes civil rights advocacy, civic engagement, educational programs, combating media bias, interfaith outreach, and youth leadership.
1501 Cherry St, Philadelphia, PA 19102View WebsiteView Map Location
Toolkit with information about education, mental health and legal needs.
(Available for professionals in English only)View Website
Asian Arts Initiative is a multidisciplinary arts center offering exhibitions, performances, artist residencies, youth workshops, and a community gathering space. All offerings are either limited, virtual, or paused in response to COVID. Visit website for a current and accurate listing of active offerings.
1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107View WebsiteView Map Location
Contact Katherine Houng at Chinatown Medical Center
Workshops, parent support, information and advocacy…find us on Facebook or We Chat: 需要加入“ASD父母互助群”的朋友，可以加我微信。微信号：mandylin323, 并注明“互助群”。谢谢!
432 N. 6th Street, Philadelphia PA 19123
This video (English version) is designed to help convey an accurate understanding of Autism and Developmental Delays for Asian families, by highlighting the unique experiences of several Asian families in Philadelphia and by showing interviews with experts in the field.
Click here for more videos to help Asian families with understanding developmental delays and autism in more languages. This film is offered in English, 中文 (Chinese), 한글 (Korean), नेपाली (Nepali), Indonesia, ខ្មែរ (Khmer) 日本語 (Japanese), and Việt (Vietnamese).View Website
Supports, resources, case management, after school, summer camp and parent enrichment programs.
2416 South 7th Street 19148/ 215-389-0748
5412 North 5th Street, 19120/ 215-324-4070View WebsiteView Map Location
Assist, guide, support Mandarin/Cantonese speaking immigrant families.
111 S 11th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Provides psychiatric and therapeutic services to clients with mental health needs. Psychiatric care is available for individuals who speak Mandarin, by Dr. Jenny Yu. Individual therapy services are available to clients who speak Spanish, by Carmen Valls. To learn more about these programs, please contact Steve Niederriter. Adult Case management is available for adults with serious and persistent mental illness who speak Khmer, Cantonese, Mandarin, or Vietnamese. To learn more about this program, please contact Maryanne Bourbeau.
Located at 245 S 8th St, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (8th and Spruce St, 19107). During the COVID-19 pandemic, all of Hall-Mercer’s programs have continued to operate. Some programs have chosen to transition to a virtual or hybrid model at present.
Psychiatric care is available for individuals who speak Mandarin and Spanish, by Dr. Jenny Yu and Dr. Jessy Sandoval-Barrett. Case management services are available to children who need to be connected to additional services and/or coordination of care. PHIICAPS (intensive family-based model) is available for more at-risk, high-needs children and families- and offers Spanish speaking treatment teams.
245 S 8th St, Philadelphia, PA 19106View WebsiteView Map Location
Multiservice center for Korean families offering medical, home care, social services and family support.
6705 Old York Rd. Philadelphia PA 19126
Counseling and therapy available in Vietnamese and Khmer (Cambodian).
1939 South Juniper Street Philadelphia PA 19148View Map Location
Video about Autism myths in Latino community….video sobre los mitosView Website
Serving the Mexican and Central American community behavioral support and psychological services. Serves families with and without insurance. Giving parents an option if they want a TSS in the home while they do virtual learning, currently providing telehealth and can also provide services in the home.View Website
Providing treatment by phone or video services. Therapy and psychiatry visits provided through telehealth.
2600 N. American Street Philadelphia PA 19133
le facilita a las familias, individuos con autismo y profesionalesView Website
Offering many wonderful resources about child development in Spanish.View Website
Advocacy, information, youth program (ages 14-21), and support for Latino families with children with disabilities FREE! Virtual programming throughout COVID
2215 N. American St, Philadelphia PA 19133
Multiple sites in Philadelphia
Free family counseling for undocumented and uninsured Spanish-speaking families.View Website
Afterschool programs and advocacy for Latino families, as well as playgroups for children and their parents.
1448 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia PA 19148
Also provides dental services for uninsured – patients can call and request information. Anyone who needs an appointment, would be provided telehealth visit. Urgent visits are in person. Offers COVID testing as well. If uninsured, no charge to them.
1700 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
The DEI team believes in a community where everyone belongs and can be authentic and included; has a voice; and feels valued. The DEI team collects, reports, and monitors data and builds partnerships with various stakeholders and community members to help with program development and reduce disparities. The team provides support to DBHIDS staff and provider community and special populations to promote inclusive service delivery.View Website
Immigrant Affairs and Language Access Services assists in the development of agency-wide policies and strength-based approaches that engage and provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services for refugee and immigrant communities with behavioral health concerns.
The DBHIDS Language Access Policy provides protocols for staff when providing services to individuals who have limited English proficiency (LEP). It is the City’s policy to grant access to services or programs to every person even when there is a limited ability to speak, understand, read or write English.View Website
HIAS Pennsylvania provides social and legal services to low-income immigrants (including humanitarian visas, family visas, getting a green card, and applying for citizenship). Currently, providing all of their regular services, but for the most part, working with clients remotely. Offices are not open to the public.
Wednesdays: 9:30AM – 12:00PM
600 Chestnut St., Suite 500B, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Home, community based case management and outpatient mental health services.
Two locations: 4225 Chestnut Street or 2317 South 23rd Street.
Services provided through telehealth during COVID pandemic.
Let’s Talk Philly is an organization made of immigrants and refugees from diverse countries and cultures, working together to improve community wellness and overcome barriers to social and economic integration by building language and leadership skills. Conversation Circles was created for immigrants to become more comfortable with speaking English. By encouraging their participants to practice their English in a fun, comfortable, peer-to-peer environment, they foster an environment for sharing cultural understanding and appreciation.
211 N 13th Street, 4th Floor, Philadelphia PA 19107
Resources related to immigration rights for dealing with ICE.View Website
Through public art and a vibrant neighborhood hub, Southeast by Southeast creates a welcoming, supportive community space for immigrant and refugee families. Volunteers, neighbors, and artists teach classes on a range of subjects, stretching from sewing and weaving to English as a Second Language. We provide healing educational, arts, and wellness programs for immigrant and refugee families. Programs are online or outdoors at the moment due to COVID.
2106 South 8th Street, 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA 19148View WebsiteView Map Location
FREE systems navigation supports for families needing help with a variety of needs, part of the Philadelphia Refugee Health Collaborative.
Services provided virtually right now.
1216 Arch Street, 4th Floor. Philadelphia PA 19107View WebsiteView Map Location
For English – Parents Involved Network – Parents Main Information Line 267-507-3860 All supports provided online due to COVID-19.
Provides educational supports such as after school and summer programming, health and social services, advocacy, community development, and hunger relief. Currently, aren’t meeting clients in-person yet but help via the phone and have interpretation services as well as outreach workers who speak Mandarin, Indonesian, Burmese, Burmese-Chin, Spanish and Nepalese.
1711 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19148View WebsiteView Map Location
Informative videos about Autism, ADHD and other special needs. Available in multiple languages including Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Nepali.
Un sitio web con videos e información en español sobre cómo ayudar a su hijo.View Website