We continue to monitor information on COVID-19/coronavirus. Our team is focused on offering quality services for all participants and ensuring extra preventive and precautionary measures based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. We are continuing to provide services remotely to young and expectant parents in the Philadelphia area while COVID-19 social distancing protocol is being observed. If you are a young parent between the ages of 16-29 and you need referrals or help finding items such as diaper and food assistance, SELPHI staff can work with you via phone calls, text messages or video calls to connect you with organizations that are offering these services. Please email us at selphiphilly@phmc.org or contact us at 267.3534410 and we will get back to you within 24 hours.



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Do you live in Philadelphia?

Are you a parent 29 years old or younger? Being a young parent can be challenging because you are growing into your own identity as an adult while at the same time impacting the future of your child.

You have our support to be the best possible parent.

Our case navigators will understand your needs, develop a short-term and long-term plan with you and match you with resources and services based on your eligibility and needs. Get enrolled in college, find a quality daycare, sign up for food stamps, find temporary housing, enroll in classes on healthy relationships and more.

To learn more, go to What We Do or call or text us at 267.353.4410.


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