HELP Philadelphia Homes / Brady Veterans Center is a 63 unit, affordable rental community for families and disabled veterans located in Southwest Philadelphia. It was completed in February 2010. The project is a townhouse-style development with seven buildings with brick facades, off-street parking, and garden areas. There are 49 family rental units and 14 additional apartments that will provide permanent housing for veterans. The development also features the Robert G. Brady Veterans Center, a multi-service center that will provide office space for supportive services for veterans and families, a community meeting room that can be used by tenants and by local neighborhood groups, and an outdoor patio. The Robert G. Brady Veterans Center is named after the father of Congressman Robert A. Brady, who represents Pennsylvania’s First Congressional District.

HELP’s local service partner for this project will be the Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service & Education Center (PVMSEC), an organization that has been working with veterans throughout Philadelphia for the past 28 years. HELP is also collaborating with the Philadelphia Veterans Administration Medical Center, which will provide clinical and medical services to the veterans housed at the new development.