Safe Haven - For Veterans - Philadelphia , PA

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2331 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia , PA 19132
: 267-639-4105

Safe Haven - For Veterans - Philadelphia , PA



Shelter is designed for homless veterans who are chronically homeless with honorable discharge and able to receive services from the Veterans Admininstration. Veterans are able to stay at Safe Haven up to 6 months if they are working on stablizing their homelessness

Volunteers Requests by Safe Haven - For Veterans: No


Donation Requests by Safe Haven - For Veterans: Male underware, sweat pants, Tee Shirts, and toilietries



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Important:
Many of these shelters now have waiting lists. Please call before going to them. Many waiting lists are very long. Shelters and service also go out of business. Always call ahead to confirm that this location is still active. If you find that this location is no longer operating, please send us a comment using the form below.

If you have pictures of the shelter, I will upload them on this page. Please email me with the name of your shelter and the pictures to: HomelessSupport@gmail.com

Do you have items to donate? Contact Safe Haven - For Veterans at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

COMMENTS: 3

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    2015-03-02 15:13:00
    Took my daughter an a buddy brought his two kids we donated blankets an food we collected through Facebook. Meet by Pam Keith an Lisa at the door they were very cool an totally appriative an very nice. Awesome place live what they are doing.
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    Jennifer Warren
    2015-02-09 11:17:00
    I love our local Food Pantry here in South Milwaukee. We have always donated here, from money to clothing and food to household items. I believe it's necessary to give back to your community and hp out your neighbors. Every time I go there to donate the staff greets me with smiles and they are all so friendly. I've been there at times when there are lines waiting to get assistance. I'm sure at times they can become overwhelmed but bless them for volenteering their time to assist others. Knowing that my donations will feed a child or help keep them warm makes me feel good. I do this for myself as much as others. Please visit your lical shelter and offer to help out. If you're unable to give money then offer your time. They can always use an extra pair of hands.
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    Cindy
    2014-10-06 11:28:00
    Am sad with the service in the pantry in south milwaukee, is a lot that I fell sad that I have to get food that I need for my kids and they just treat me so rude, I hate going to this specific pantry just because they don't make u fell welcome not at all they look at you like why are am their the lady that do the paper work is so disrespectfull in all level, they act like they don't want to work they.. They need to take class on how to treat people like me when we go their the lady's their act like if anything their comes out of they pocket I give this pantry a big 0

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