Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians

Services include:

  • Job placement and employment assistance
  • Social service information and referral
  • Free monthly legal clinics
  • Advice and resources for small business owners


211 N 13th St 4th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Tel: 215-557-2626

African Family Health Organization (AFAHO)

AFAHO works to assist, serve, and empower members of the African and Caribbean immigrant and refugee communities who experience difficulties accessing health and human services. AFAHO focuses on prevention, education, and access to treatment programs.

2420 S. 54th Street, 2nd Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19143

Tel: 215-546-1232

African Cultural Alliance of North America Inc (ACANA)

ACANA provides culturally sensitive social services, cultural programs, economic and workforce development programs, community engagement and development programs, and other services targeting mainly African and Caribbean immigrants in the United States.

5530 Chester Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19143

Tel: 215-729-8225 I Fax: 215-729-8202

Asociación de Puertorriquenos en Marcha (APM)

A multi-service agency providing a wide range of health and social services to Philadelphia’s Latino community, including:

  • Early intervention
  • Young parents support
  • Daycare and Head Start
  • Housing-related issues
  • Behavioral and mental health issues

1900 N. Ninth Street

Philadelphia, PA 19122

Tel: 267-296-7200

Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia

Its mission is to improve the quality of life of Cambodian Americans within the Greater Philadelphia Area by providing services, advocating, and empowering them to obtain equal access to social/economic development, as well as quality healthcare and education.

North Philadelphia Office
5412 North 5th Street,

Philadelphia, PA 19120

Tel: 215.324.4070  I Fax: 215.324.2995

South Philadelphia Center
2416-18 South 7th Street,

Philadelphia, PA 19148

Tel: 215.389.0748 I Fax: 215.389.0749

Catholic Social Services

Catholic Social Services provides low-cost legal services to immigrants in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Services include assistance with asylum and citizenship applications and court representation in matters involving immigration.

222 North 17th Street 3rd Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Tel: 215-587-3555 I 215-854-7018 (Spanish)

Fax: 215.587.2479


Casa del Carmen Family Service Center

Community & Family Services; Housing & Homeless Services; Developmental Programs

Youth Services; Immigrant Legal Services; Prenatal and Parenting Classes; Recovery and Hope Addiction Resources; Adoption Services, Post-Abortion Healing;

4400 N Reese St,

Philadelphia, PA 19140​

Tel: 267-331-2500

Coalition of African and Caribbean Communities – Philadelphia (AFRICOM)

AFRICOM empowers African and Caribbean communities in the greater Philadelphia area. Services include facilitating access to health and social services, education programming, promoting economic development, and immigration legal assistance. AFRICOM also advocates on issues of concern to the community and educates the public on African and Caribbean cultures.

6328 Paschall Ave, Suite A

Philadelphia, PA 19142

Tel: 215-787-1302 I 215-729-0800 ext.822

Community Legal Services of Philadelphia

CLS handles cases for all low-income Philadelphians, regardless of immigration status.  CLS provides advice and representation for civil legal problems relating to employment, access to health care, public benefits, SSI, debt and consumer problems, housing, utilities, criminal and child abuse records, long-term care, services for senior citizens, home ownership, DHS (parents only), language access, and other issues.  CLS also works with policymakers and offers training and community education on legal issues affecting low-income clients.

Center City Office
1424 Chestnut Street,

Philadelphia, PA 19102

Tel: 215-981-3700

North Philadelphia Office
1410 W. Erie Avenue,

Philadelphia, PA 19140

Tel: 215-227-2400

Landlord Tenant Help Center

1339 Chestnut St., 10th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Congreso De Latinos Unidos

Congreso de Latinos Unidos Inc. looks to strengthen Latino communities with services that include education, job training, employment services, housing, and debt counseling, HIV prevention and support programs, drug and alcohol counseling, and children and youth initiatives, including leadership and conflict resolution.

216 W. Somerset Street

Philadelphia, PA 19133

Tel: 215-763-8870 I Fax: 215-291-0561

Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations (CONCILIO)

Founded in 1962, this organization provides a multitude of services for Spanish /bilingual persons, including:

  • Summer camps
  • Foster care
  • Parenting skills
  • Adult education/GED
  • Housing counseling
  • Also hosts the annual Puerto Rican Festival

141 East Hunting Park

Philadelphia, PA 19124

Tel: 215-627-3100


Esperanza provides direct legal services to low-income U.S. citizen and foreign-born individuals and their families needing assistance with immigration matters. Services include:

  • Family reunification
  • Green card applications
  • Citizenship and naturalization
  • Assistance for victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, or other crimes.
  • Esperanza also offers workshops on immigrant rights and immigration law matters.


Legal Department

4261 North 5th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19140

Tel: 215-324-0746, ext. 298

Fax: 215-324-2542 



HIAS Pennsylvania

HIAS Pennsylvania provides legal, resettlement, citizenship, and supportive services to immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers from all backgrounds to ensure their fair treatment and full integration into American society. Services include refugee resettlement, support for those recently granted asylum, as well as legal services for those who seek asylum, family unification, permanent legal status, and citizenship.


600 Chestnut St., Suite 500B
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Tel: 215-832-0900


Juntos is a community-led, Latinx immigrant organization in South Philadelphia fighting for our human rights as workers, parents, youth, and immigrants.


600 Washington Ave. Unit 18UA2

Philadelphia, PA 19147

Tel: (215) 218-9079

Justice at Work (Formerly Friends of Farmworkers)

Legal Services for eligible low-income immigrants on matters related to employment. Justice at Work also runs special projects relating to assisting victims of labor trafficking, victims of “notario” fraud, and women who have experienced workplace sexual harassment and assault.

They run a twice-weekly legal clinic at Puentes de Salud medical clinic in south Philadelphia.

900 Spring Garden St, Suite 300

Philadelphia, PA 19123

Tel: 215-733-0878 I Fax: 215-733-0876


Nationalities Service Center

The Nationalities Service Center provides legal, social, and educational services to immigrants, refugees, and non-English-speaking people. Services include refugee resettlement, economic self-sufficiency programs, English classes, legal assistance, interpretation, employment preparation, and programs for the elderly.


1216 Arch St., 4th Fl.

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Tel: 215-893-8400 I Fax: 215-735-9718​

Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition (PICC)

PICC represents the needs of immigrants, migrants, refugees, and other new Americans to policymakers, public officials, and the general public. Advocacy areas include increasing access to public services, improving law-enforcement relations, ensuring worker rights, and expanding access to driver’s licenses, Social Security numbers, and other documentation. PICC also registers new voters.


2100 Arch Street, 4th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Tel: 215-832-0636 I Fax: 267-256-2119



Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation

PCDC provides services focused on creating Chinatown as a regional destination, helping low-income families meet basic needs, empowering youth, preserving heritage, and promoting the businesses and residents of the Chinatown community and beyond.


301-305 North 9th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Tel: 215-922-2156 I Fax: 215-922-PCDC (7232)


Puentes de Salud

Operates a wellness clinic, adult and child education, including ESL classes, and building a strong Latino community.


1700 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146

Tel: 215-454-8000 I Fax: 215-893-2251

The Irish Diaspora Center

The Irish Diaspora Center, with the support of the Irish government and the local community, is a professional organization strengthening our heritage by providing the Irish Diaspora in the Greater Philadelphia area with Consular, Immigration, and community-building social services. We do the following:


1001 Darby Road

Havertown, PA 19083

Tel: 1-855-474-7472