The BCP is a community-based residential facility located in West Philadelphia that provides runaway prevention and intervention services for teen girls who have runaway, are homeless or are at risk of being a runaway and/or homeless youth.
Five clients, aged 13-17 years, may reside at the Basic Center Program at any given time. To learn more about the Basic Center Program, please contact Deatra Butler via email or call 215-397-4287.
YES Drop-In Center
2315 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
Office: (410) 235-7744
Fax: (410) 235-7746
YES Drop-In Center is Baltimore City’s first and only drop-in center for homeless youth. YES Drop-In Center is a safe space for youth who are homeless and between the ages of 14-25, to get basic needs met and establish supportive relationships with peer staff and allies that them make and sustain connections to long-term resources and opportunities.
330 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102-2630 | 973-621-8705
Since 1989, Covenant House New Jersey has been providing food, shelter, immediate crisis care, and an array of other important services to homeless, runaway and trafficked youth between the ages of 18-21. Today there are 30 Covenant House locations in the USA, Canada and Latin America. Together we serve more than 51,000 homeless young people each year.
We are proud to be the nation’s largest privately funded agency serving homeless, runaway and at-risk youth. Our doors are open 24 hours a day for youth in need.
1526 Fairmount Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Founded in 1976,Youth Emergency Service (YES) offers immediate housing and respite to youth facing housing insecurity or are unable to safely live with family. YES provides a safe, supportive environment, on-site medical care, education support, youth centered activities, links to resources and support to continue in school or get reconnected. Older youth are walking distance from the Achieving Independence Center (AIC). Yearly, YES provides these program aspects to more than 400 adolescent boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 17.
Youth can be self referred, enter through the formal child welfare system, Department of Human Services or through referrals from partner organizations throughout the county. Referrals come from family, school staff and other concerned persons.