The House - Phoenixville Women's Outreach - Phoenixville, PA

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Phoenixville, PA 19460
: Phone: 610-585-3401
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Description: In January 2015, Phoenixville Women's Outreach opened'The House'¬Ěpermanent housing program for homeless and low-income single women in the greater Phoenixville, Pennsylvania area. In addition to safe housing, we provide our residents with support services and counseling to enhance skills, achieve self-sufficiency and move from crisis to independence and beyond.

Volunteers Requests by The House - Phoenixville Women's Outreach: Contact us if you can help with any of the following: Educational and Vocational Training, Driving to job interviews, doctor appointments, etc., Mentoring, Group Support and Studies, Cooking and Gardening Instruction.

Donation Requests by The House - Phoenixville Women's Outreach: See our wishlist on our website.

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