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PA Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics
Rose Tree Corporate Center II
1400 North Providence Road, #3007
Media, PA 19063v

CAP4Kids The Children’s Advocacy Project of Philadelphia
A user-friendly, comprehensive listing of many social service agencies that exist to improve the lives of families that need our help the most.

Free Library of Philadelphia
Libraries located throughout Philadelphia provide a variety of child, teen, and adult reading programs including GED. Books Aloud! programs for parents and teachers run October-June.
1901 Vine St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Office of Adult Education (formerly Mayor’s Commission on Literacy)
Provides referrals for adults to literacy programs that offer adult basic education, ESL, GED, and Family Literacy services. Callers can find programs at a time and place convenient to them.
Free Library of Philadelphia
1901 Vine St., Ground Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Read by 4th
Philadelphia’s citywide campaign to ensure children can read on grade-level by the time they enter the grade. The Campaign offers tips and resources for parents and families.

Healthcare Organizations

ChesPenn Health Services

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Esperanza Health Center

The Family Practice and Counseling Network

Mercy Health System

Montgomery Hospital Medical Center

Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children

PHMC Health Connection

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Healthcare Centers

Philadelphia Department of Public Health

South Philadelphia Pediatrics

St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children

Temple University Health System, Inc.

University of Pennsylvania Health System Penn Presbyterian Medical Center

“Generous Generations has partnered with Reach Out and Read Greater Philadelphia for several years; their ability to create wins for all involved is more than impressive. They are fluent on the issue of literacy, progressive in their methodology and appreciative of every interaction. Truly a first class organization.”

— Daniel Gallagher, co-founder Generous Generations