Are you looking for resources in Philadelphia? Do you want to learn more about domestic violence, substance abuse, and the linkages between them? We've compiled some links below to help you get started. 

Resources in philadelphia

For a printable list of all resources with telephone numbers, click here for WIT's Courage Card.

Domestic Violence Resources

Resources for Seniors

Resources for Children & Youth

Resources for Immigrants

Resources for LGBTQ Folks

Nationalities Service Center

HIAS Pennsylvania

SEAMAAC (for immigrants, refugees, and their families of Southeast Asian descent)

Mazzoni Center

Attic Youth Center

Resources for Individuals with Disabilities

Liberty Resources

Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services

Resources for Health Services

Philadelphia Crisis Resources (comprehensive list of Philadelphia-area crisis hotlines)

AccessMatters Information Hotline for sexual & reproductive health: 215.985.3300 or text “AskItMatters” to 66746

DBHIDS 24-Hour Suicide Crisis & Intervention Hotline: 215.686.4420

24-hour Mental Health Delegate Line: 215.685.6440

Help for Abusive Partners


WIT's Safety Planning Workbook (updated 2018)

The Safety Planning Workbook is a compilation of suggestions and strategies from WIT counselors and recognized experts on Domestic Violence.  It’s a useful tool for Survivors, professionals, as well as friends and family who are interested in understanding DV better.

More Resources For Survivors

INFORMATION ON Domestic Violence

Linkages between domestic violence and substance abuse

        Using Drugs & Alcohol to Cope with Abuse

        Substance Abuse & IPV (PDF)

Prevention RESOURCES

       Prevent Connect

       Prevention Institute