Covenant House Pennsylvania

Founded in 1999

About Covenant House Pennsylvania

Founded in 1999, Covenant House Pennsylvania (CHPA) works to move Pennsylvania youth who experience homelessness toward stability and independence. CHPA operates three sites in PA (two in Philadelphia and one in York) and delivers basic needs and supportive services to young adults and young families including individual case management, educational/vocational services and on-site clinical support to address physical and mental health. CHPA is the Pennsylvania affiliate of Covenant House International (CHI), the nation’s largest privately-funded nonprofit responding to the needs of young people who suffer from homelessness, abuse and neglect, and who are survivors of human trafficking. During FY22, CHPA is poised to reach 3,000 youth statewide. The organization has an annual operating budget of $6M and a team of 60+ employees. The revenue mix for FY22 includes: 40% from local fundraising, 35% from government grants and contracts and 25% from CHI. CHPA recognizes our diverse community of youth, staff and supporters and strives to be equitable and inclusive in all of our practices and in the advancements of our mission.