Pennsylvania Alliance of Recovery Residences (PARR)
PARR exists to create, evaluate and improve standards and measures of quality for all levels of recovery residences. PARR provides a forum for exchanging ideas to include developing uniformity for our field, problems solving & advocacy. PARR supports Recovery Residence providers in their effort to deliver quality recovery-oriented housing opportunities to persons in recovery who seek to reside in abstinence-based, peer supportive environments.
Northeast Treatment Centers
NorthEast Treatment Centers (NET), a non-profit, licensed and accredited organization, offers a range of behavioral health and social services to adults, adolescents, children and families in the Greater Philadelphia region, the Lehigh Valley and the state of Delaware. From foster care and school therapeutic services to residential and outpatient programs for addiction recovery, our services are comprehensive, quality-driven, cost-effective and delivered by a staff that’s committed to doing its best for their consumers.
Wedge Medical Center
In January of 1994, the Wedge Medical Center opened its doors as a mental health and drug and alcohol treatment facility. Today The Wedge employs over 200 staff members. With a mission to change lives through recovery, the management continue to remain dedicated to providing only the highest quality mental health and drug and alcohol services to those entrusted to its care.
PRO-ACT Recovery Walk
The Pro-Act Recovery Walk attempts to to show that recovery is real—it’s happening NOW; that the joyful solidarity of 23,000 or more people can provide hope to others; that you can do your part in reducing the stigma of the disease of addiction; educate the media; celebrate SAMHSA’s National Recovery Month; honor people and organizations that provide services for the recovery community; honor those who have not survived this disease; and raise funds for PRO-ACT.
Pennsylvania Prison Society
Since 1787 - over 225 years - the Prison Society has advocated on behalf of people in prison and their families. The organization promotes humane and restorative corrections by serving thousands of prisoners, ex-prisoners and their family members each year through direct services and programs. The Prison Society is a non-profit organization that is not affiliated with any religion or political institution. We do not excuse the crimes committed by the people we serve, but rather strive for a society where all people are held accountable with appropriate and restorative punishment. We believe the humanity in all our citizens must be recognized.
Action Aids Philadelphia
ActionAIDS is a Philadelphia, PA based organization, committed to creating an AIDS-free generation through a combination of proven strategies.Our services include case management, HIV testing, prevention education, supportive housing, HIV treatment as prevention and volunteer services. Through our work in partnership with people living with HIV/AIDS,we seek to sustain and enhance their quality of life. Our Board of Directors,staff,and volunteers are committed to including and assisting people from our diverse community.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is a federal Cabinet-level agency that provides near-comprehensive healthcare services to eligible military veterans at VA medical centers and outpatient clinics located throughout the country; several non-healthcare benefits including disability compensation, vocational rehabilitation, education assistance, home loans, and life insurance; and provides burial and memorial benefits to eligible veterans and family members at 135 national cemeteries.
Raiser Sharp Consulting
Raiser Sharp Consulting is a mission-focused organization providing Strategic Planning, Fundraising, Leadership Development (Board & Staff) and Marketing/Social Media services to small and mid-sized nonprofit organizations, using a unique service model that can best be described as "shared professionals." The company founder brings more than 30 years nonprofit leadership and fundraising experience to the table, and they direct their services exclusively to the not-for-profit community.
Veterans Multi-Service Center
The Veterans Multi-Service Center (VMC) was founded in 1980 by local Vietnam Veterans, who built a memorial along the Philadelphia waterfront and discovered a sense of community unparalleled. Since then, VMC's innovative programs have grown to serve over 6,500 Veterans and families annually throughout the tri-state area. VMC has the mission of providing services, programs, opportunities and advancement to Veteran of the U.S. Military and their families.
XCL Management LLC. is a Certified Veteran Owned small business that caters Real Estate Services to underserved communities such as Veterans and Low/Median Income households. We pride ourselves on finding a special place called home for all. XCL Management can do so by managing and working collaboratively with Direct Landlords to offer their properties as homes.
My Brother Vinny
Founded in 2013 by Paula Miritello, “My Brother Vinny” is an organization named in honor of Paula’s special needs brother and is dedicated to providing Furniture/Housewares/Home goods to formerly homeless US Veterans “Free of Charge”. My Brother Vinny is a 100% Volunteer Charitable Organization that serves the entire Hudson Valley Region, Philadelphia, NYC and beyond, engaging volunteers from all ages, ethnicities and community groups, including the Lions Club, local Rotaries and the Girl Scouts.The furniture provided is obtained through hotel liquidation surplus from major chains through the North East and the general public. Having served over 2,000 veterans and counting, our organization offers a hand in friendship and support to veterans on their journey to permanent housing.
The Wardrobe is a socially conscious apparel retailer committed to providing a stable source of well-maintained and stylish clothing to those in need. They offer a range of items from casual to work wear for men and women of all sizes. Their selection is especially great for special occasions and job interviews. They believe in unlocking the power of clothing by extending free clothing services to members of the community referred by social service agencies or their community partners. Their mission is to enable positive personal and economic development through the power of clothing. They are committed to sustainability by reconditioning and reselling items to increase the longevity of clothing.