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Mercy Hospice

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Homeless & Housing
  • Hunger
  • Women


334 South 13th StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19107 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Our Community

Mercy Hospice is a community grounded in faith and service where women and children without permanent housing can find opportunities for new beginnings.

We strive to create an atmosphere of mutual respect and support in which individuals and families can heal and grow in their ability to lead fulfilling self-sufficient lives.




Mercy Hospice offers a comprehensive array of residential and professional social services to our residents including the provision of food, clothes, shelter, life skills, parenting education program, and goal-oriented case management. Last year Mercy Hospice provided housing and services to 101 women and 31 children.

Day Services Program

Mercy Hospice provides daily hospitality to women and women with children on the streets, in other shelters, or in near homeless situations. Services provided to women and families including lunch, access to showers, clothing, telephone use, and social services assistance from a case manager. Last year Mercy Hospice served approximately 10,000 meals in it's day services program.


Would you recommend Mercy Hospice?
3 reviews Write a review
by Barbara g. (March 31, 2016)
Well from 1989to 1993i use to be addicted to alcohol and they provided me services I could Take a shower get a hot meal and sleep for a while I had burn all my bridges I have been clean since 1993 up till now 22 years later do I would like to give back to some one else think god for mercy hospice Today I owned my home and have a great job and I try to spend a lot.of my free time helping others
by Rashika S. (April 21, 2010)
Almost 11 years ago, I fell on hard times. Mercy Hospice helped me with finding a place to live. I graduated from college and have been working in Social Services ever since. The organization helped me a great deal.
by marsha c. from phila, PA (November 30, 2009)
I enjoyed the work enviornment and the type of work I was doiong

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