Trevor's Campaign, Inc.

Transitional Housing
Springfield, PA
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761 West Sproul Road
Springfield, PA - 19064

(610) 408-8500 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. Website

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About Trevor's Campaign, Inc.

Trevor’s Campaign empower people, strengthen family and build community by improving the physical, mental, behavioral, social and economic health of vulnerable adults and children in the Greater Philadelphia region.  Building upon our 32 years of experience housing and helping homeless families in Philadelphia, the Campaign’s goal is to equip our Delaware Valley neighbors to reestablish healthier, more productive lives through the three-pronged approach of prevention, education and advocacy. Targeted prevention will empower people to avert avoidable problems. Proactive education will strengthen families and individuals to improve length and quality of life. Strategic advocacy will build community by giving a voice to the vulnerable – first by connecting people to needed community resources and then by advocating before centers of power in government and business. Trevor’s objective is to meet human need, alleviate suffering and restore hope.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

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Anonymous - Oct 25, 2019

I know a 21 year old who has a physically and emotionally abusive. He has repeatedly gone on a tirade, throwing her belongings on the street and kicking her out. She, herself is a recovering addict. She is extremely traumatized and can not go back. She has limited coping skills as well. She is now homeless at 21. Do you offer a safe place for her to live?

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