Our Patriot House is a program consisting of fifteen affordable one-bedroom supportive housing apartments with two apartments that are fully handicap accessible.

We provide permanent supportive housing to chronically homeless men and women who are veterans with mental health (MH) and/or co-occurring substance abuse (SA) disorders in Philadelphia County. The residents of Patriot House are provided with comprehensive services that are specifically designed for them to attain the goals of greater self-sufficiency and economic independence.

CATCH provides residents with access to a continuum of care and services from the time of engagement, allowing for a successful progression to self-sufficiency and economic stability. Our dedicated team of highly trained professionals motivate the resident, provide an individualized approach to each resident, and help the resident achieve his or her goals.

Program Summary:

  • Age Group – 18 and older
  • Who can refer -Consumers are referred to us from the Office of Homeless Services (OHS)
  • Eligibility – Consumers must be at least 18 years of age, single, chronically homeless, have a mental health disability, and a veteran.
  • Special Needs Support Services: Patriot House provides a sober and supportive permanent housing environment; assists with self-support and responsibility and, as appropriate, assists with finding and securing employment.
  • On-Site Case Management: CATCH provides each Patriot House resident with a case manager to assist in the rehabilitation process and to oversee all aspects of the resident’s treatment and progress. The role of the case manager allows the residents to obtain vital treatments needed while empowering them to focus on their rehabilitation and development of skills to live independently, obtain employment and access all benefits/programs available.
  • Length of Treatment – Minimum of three years
  • Location – 1232-34 South Carlisle Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146
  • For More Information, call 215-389-7131