The Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network has been selected as a BenePhilly Center site.
PAAN was selected by the City of Philadelphia in April to serve as one of seven sites under the city’s Shared Prosperity Initiative.
The BenePhilly Centers connect low-income individuals to counselors, who help them learn about available benefits, provide support in applying for or enrolling in available programs/services and connect them to other critical supports available through community-based organizations. Counseling services are also available through the BenePhilly. This is a FREE service for all Philadelphia residents.
You and your family may qualify for valuable benefits including:
- Prescription drugs
- Heat and other utilities
- Water Shutoff
- Rent Rebate
- Health Insurance
- Paying for College
Counselors help you every step of the way to:
- Find out what benefits you are eligible to receive
- Get help completing applications
- Organize any documents you need
- Follow up on your application’s status
Services are available each Thursday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the 1st floor of the Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network located at 2700 N. 17th Street in the Lehigh Pavilion.
For more information or to make an appointment call Gail Davis at (215) 940-0550.