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The Synergy Project

The Synergy Project, a street outreach program, is designed to help runaway, homeless, nomadic and street youth, age 21 and under, in Bucks County, Philadelphia, and Allentown.

The program offers survival supplies (food, clothes, hygienic products, sleeping bags, tents, tarps, etc.), peer support, informal counseling (individual, family, or group), information and referral services and assistance to get off the streets, if desired. Street Outreach coordinators spend most of their time in a Jeep, van, on a mountain bike, canoe or kayak,  or walking to remote areas or an city streets reaching out to youth who tend to settle in places that are not easily accessible, assisting them to find permanent housing or making it safer for them to be on the streets.

The Synergy Project also offers mobile drop-in centers for youth to shower, receive a hot meal, and find relief from the outdoors.  The mission of the program is to meet the youth where they are – to go to them.  Street outreach coordinators visit freight train yards, transportation stations, tent-cities and homeless camps offering assistance to the many youth who refuse to go to shelters.

If you’d like to support The Synergy Project by making a donation of items needed by the program, click HERE to view our Wish List.

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