"For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me."
WHO WE ARE
The Samaritan Place of Restoration is a not for profit organization established to serve disenfranchised individuals and families with chronic socio-economic challenges. Our vision is to restore stability in the lives of individuals and families we serve. Grounded in Matthew 25:35-36, Samaritan Place of Restoration is a resource for basic human needs, intensive case management and coordination of wraparound supports in the community. Samaritan Place of Restoration implements a service delivery strategy that is multi-generational in its approach to moving individuals and families toward achieving self-sufficiency.
Address unmet human needs. The organization concentrates its efforts on stabilizing and restoring disenfranchised households impacted by financial and catastrophic events. Intensive case management and basic needs assessments determine the level of service needed to support movement towards self-sufficiency.
To equip community members with essential resources. Through internal resources and/or a coordination of services with partnering provider organizations, the organization provides access to essential resources such as healthy foods, clothing, counseling, and temporary housing assistance.
To fill the gap of family circumstances. Through intensive case management, Samaritan Place of Restoration utilizes a multi-generational approach to addressing the needs of individuals and families impacted by poverty, homelessness, and food insecurity. Research as shown that if the head of household cannot sufficiently maintain a level of financial security in the home; all members of the household are impacted in some way. The coordination of services is designed to serve as a bridge moving individuals and families from dependency to self-sufficiency.
Samaritan Place of Restoration seeks partnerships with local community-based organizations so that support provided to clients is seamless, accessible, and addresses the unique needs of individuals and families within the communities they live. Based in the city of Philadelphia. PA, the organization's goal is to become an important resource as part of a network of dedicated community partners. To learn more about becoming a partner contact us at (267) 437-2451.
Our work is not done until poverty ceases to exist. One person at a time we can and must uplift the unacceptable condition of our nation
We value every human being regardless of their circumstance. On any given day 16,200 people are homeless in Pennsylvania. Securing shelter is the start of regaining stability for the future.
In Pennsylvania, 1 in 9 people and 1 in 7 children are hungry.
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