Black Male Resource Finder
Posted by Mayor's Office of Black Male Engagement on October 5, 2021
The Mayor’s Office of Black Male Engagement (OBME) is committed to closing the opportunity divide for men and boys of color by striving to better the communities where they live in, and reduce the economic and social disparities that affect them.
The office just recently launched the Black Male Resource Finder, which will enable Philadelphia residents to access City and community resources more effectively through a digital platform. This finder houses the contact information of city agencies, Black owned businesses, community organizations, programs, services, resources and community stakeholders that provide support for Black males in Philadelphia.
It also serves as a bridge to connect residents to workforce opportunities, legal services, health and wellness resources, fatherhood and parenting supports, community anti-violence groups, and much more.
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