BenePhilly Enrollment Center

Bdt Location


“Our BenePhilly initiative is a nationally recognized success at connecting low-income, eligible seniors to benefits, totaling nearly $120 million in assistance since its inception.  Expanding that model to help all low-income Philadelphians access benefits and to add in-person assistance locations is a critically important part of Shared Prosperity Philadelphia, my Administration’s comprehensive plan to fight poverty,” -Former Mayor Michael Nutter, 2014

Key Partnerships

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, Pennsylvania Department of Aging, The Mayor’s Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity, PA Department of Aging, Pew Charitable Trusts, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, the First Hospital Foundation, Citizens Bank Foundation

Population Served

Philadelphians of any age or income level

BenePhilly Center Locations

Catholic Social Services Casa Del Carmen, Catholic Social Services Southwest Family Center, People’s Emergency Center, Philadelphia FIGHT, Project HOME, Impact Services Corporation, UESF, United Communities of SE Philadelphia


2008 – Ongoing

Benefits Supported

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP),  Medicaid, MSP, PA Prescription Assistance Program (PACE/PACENET), Medicare Extra Help, LIHEAP, Homestead Exemption, TANF, Property Tax/Rent Rebate and more.


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