The Leon H. Sullivan Human Services Center (“the Center”) (formerly known as Progress Human Services Center) is a 67,000 SF two-story office building designed and constructed uniquely as a one-stop human services center. The Center was erected under the leadership of the late Reverend Dr. Leon H. Sullivan and dedicated September 12, 1978.
The Center is owned and operated by the Leon H. Sullivan Charitable Trust (“the Trust”). A mission of the Trust is to make accessible office space available to the providers of social and human services at an affordable rate.
Service providers located in the Center are:
PYN Achieving Independence Center. The AIC exists to provide a safe communal space where youth in dependent care can be connected, educated, and empowered as they strive toward attaining and maintaining independence. The Center, which is managed by Valley Youth House, is a program of the Philadelphia Department of Human Services. A youth is eligible to be a member of AIC if they were involved in out of home placement and are between the ages of 14-21. It is a one-stop shop that offers many services and supports in one single location. (215-574-9194 email@example.com). Ste 100
VisionQuest. VisionQuest is an employee owned comprehensive national youth services organization adhering to the highest professional standards in providing innovative intervention services to at-risk youth and families. The goal of the program is to ensure supervision and accountability and to prevent out-of-home placements/future arrests. (267-716-1954 firstname.lastname@example.org). Ste 101
State Representative W. Curtis Thomas. State Representative W. Curtis Thomas’ Office assists constituents with any state government-related issues including but not limited to automobile registrations, financial assistance for higher education, Unemployment Compensation, Birth Certificates, Department of Human Services (food stamps, welfare) and PennDOT (215-560-3261). Ste 114
OIC of America. OICA was created to provide quality education, training, employment and housing service through a national network of local affiliated organizations enabling economically disadvantaged people of all races and backgrounds to become productive members of the American Society. (215-236-4500/www.oicofamerica.org). Ste 116
Credence Home Care Agency. A Medicare/Medicaid Certified home healthcare provider servicing Philadelphia, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Bucks Counties in Pennsylvania. Services include skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy as well as non-skilled services furnished by highly trained and regularly supervised Home Health Aids and Certified Nursing Assistants. (215-764-5529 email@example.com). Ste 118
Unite Here. UNITE HERE is the union that welcomes you to Philadelphia. We serve the food, hold the door, carry the bags, clean the rooms, and wash the laundry. We are among the largest unions in Philadelphia, representing 7000 hotel, gaming, and food service workers. Local 274 (215) 232-3145), Local 634 (215) 440-0245. Ste 219
National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer. A Nonprofit organization that provides cancer prevention and early detection awareness for African Americans and the African Diaspora. Services include education programs on breast cancer prevention, colorectal cancer and lifestyle changes and health risks. NBLIC provides assistance with Affordable Health Care Application through the Marketplace. (267-639-3057-www.nblic-pa.org Cancerbeaters@hotmail.com). Ste 221B
Michael Hanowitz, LCS. A licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in providing psychotherapy for victims of trauma, anxiety, depression, adjustment to college, loss and grief as well as work related problems. Michael Hanowitz is “in-network” for most major insurance plans. (215-588-5629/Hanowitz@yahoo.com). Ste 221C
Campaign for Working Families. A non-profit organization that seeks practical ways to improve the economic status of working people in Philadelphia that working families have the opportunity to increase their income, manage their finances wisely, protect themselves from expensive financial services and build assets. The Campaign for Working Families is the largest VITA service provider of free tax preparation in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (215-454-6483/www.cwfphilly.org). Ste 221 & 222
Spectrum Health Services. A health care provider that seeks to improve the health status of its patients and the residents in communities surrounding its delivery sites through an organized comprehensive program of primary care services, social and health education services, promotions and prevention programs. (215-840-4136/ www.spechealth.org). Ste 224
Watson Chiropractic & PT. Watson Chiropractic & PT strive to offer the highest possible standard of care, using the most up to date treatment technics in a warm and friendly environment. Our goal is not only to alleviate pain, but more importantly, inspire and educate our patients to become active participants in their own wellbeing. Our vision is to see chiropractic care as the first choicer in a patient’s quest for best health and wellness. (215-232-1919/Fax 215-232-0199). Ste 221B
Temple University International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) & Global Programs. Supporting international students and scholars by generating required legal documents; providing advisory and counseling services; and serving as a liaison to university departments, US and foreign government agencies and the greater community. (215-204-7708, isss@Temple.edu, temple.edu/isss/Fax 215-232-0199). Ste 227
Temple University Digital Document Services. Digital Document Services offers a variety of printing and copying services to meet the wide-ranging needs of the faculty, staff, students and administrative units of the Temple community. We offer secure digital file submission from any web connected device through the Digital Document Services website - http://digitaldocs.Temple.edu (215-204-4706/ Fax 215 204 4701). Ste 228
Temple University Intensive English (IELP) Language Program. The IELP helps non-native students improve their English language skills for study, employment and everyday life. (215-204-7899, ielp@Temple.edu, ielp.temple.edu). Ste 229
These service providers employ over 200 full and part time workers. The Center logs on average 2500-3000 visitors monthly.
Leon H. Sullivan Human Services Center Management Office #226
Management: T 215-684-3400 – F 215-236-9497
Normal Business Hours for the Center
Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM