The health and safety of the individuals we serve, our staff and their families are our number one priority. The Coronavirus Crisis has impacted all of our lives. We will be using our website, email, and social media to provide updates as needed. Keeping in contact is important as the situation has been rapidly evolving.

Horizon House will continue to offer ESSENTIAL life-sustaining services to people we serve, while adhering to CDC guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19.


Together we will make a difference. Stay informed... be safe!

Our Commitment to Fighting Racial Injustice: A Message from President & CEO Jeff Wilush
Monday, March 20, 2023

Hoops For Help at Chase Fieldhouse

We were thrilled to help out our Peer Recovery Center team on Saturday March 18 at the Hoops For Help event at Chase Fieldhouse, home of the 76ers G-League affiliate the Delaware Blue Coats, in Wilmington! Our own Denise and the team represented us well today and it was a privilege to be there as they supported recovery culture in Delaware while taking part in a fun day of basketball. Thank you to Firm Foundation Recovery for hosting a wonderful event and to Individuals Aiding in Emergencies Foundation for donating the blessing bag giveaways at our table!
Friday, March 3, 2023

Registration Open for 30th Annual Horizon House Golf Outing Classic!

 To register for the golf outing, email your sponsorship level and number of golfers to or call at 215-386-3838, ext. 11405.

If you would like to mail back registration forms (see below forms to print) with a check. Checks should be made to Horizon House are mailed to:

Advancement Department

Horizon House 

3275 Stokley Street

Philadelphia, PA 19129


If you would like to make a payment with a credit card for the golf outing, go to our homepage Select DONATE button and put in the NOTE section: “Golf” and your sponsorship level and/or number of golfers registering.

We apologize as there have been unforeseen delays in the traditional registration website.

We will update our website and social media channels and send out an e-mail announcement when the site is ready in the coming days. Thank you for your patience.


Registration is now open for the 30th Annual Horizon House Golf Outing Classic, in Memory of Dr. Larry Real!

On Tuesday, May 30, we will return to Huntingdon Valley Country Club for a day of golf, fun, food and friendship, all in the name of raising money to help us serve our participants in need across the Philadelphia region.

And you can sign up to be a part of this wonderful today – golfer registration and sponsor registration are now open!

Information on how to sign up to play or to sponsor:

CLICK HERE for golfer registration information and forms!

CLICK HERE for sponsorship information and forms!


Thursday, February 9, 2023

Horizon House to Hold Job Fairs in February and March in West Philadelphia


Horizon House is hiring and we are looking for you!

We are hosting upcoming two job fairs  – one on Tuesday, Feb. 28 and one on Tuesday, March 28.

These job fairs will be seeking to fill the following roles in Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery and Delaware Counties:
– Residential Site Supervisor (Full-time)
– Residential Advisors (Full-time, part-time and on-call)
– Rehabilitation Counselors (Full-time, part-time and on-call)


Tuesday, Feb. 28 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
5901 Market Street in West Philadelphia, 19139

Tuesday, March 28 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
5901 Market Street in West Philadelphia, 19139

Requirements for these roles include a valid driver’s license, high school diploma (at a minimum) and two or more years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with IDD, MH or Autism)


Benefits include medical coverage, dental coverage, vision coverage, 403(b) retirement plan, generous PTO plan, student loan forgiveness program, tuition reimbursement, career advancement, discounts on entertainment tickets, discounts on cell phone plans and discounts on auto insurance.

Please note: COVID-19 safety protocols, including masking, will be in effect during the job fairs.


Horizon House, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer: M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

Friday, December 16, 2022

Developmental Services’ Yearly Tradition Returns with Holiday Party for Participants

Horizon House's Developmental Services Participants from all across the region came dressed to the nines earlier this week for their annual Holiday Party!

Developmental Services participants gathered in this manner for the first time in two years to celebrate this Holiday tradition. The COVID-19 pandemic forced our Developmental Services team to halt the Holiday Party in the interest of the health and safety of the participants.

Participants were thrilled to be back for a festive night of fun, food, dancing and friendship at the IATSE 8 Ballroom in South Philadelphia.

A wonderful time was had by participants and staff alike.

Check out the gallery below for photos from the evening!

Thursday, November 10, 2022

Horizon House and Mural Arts Philadelphia Dedicate New Murals in North Philadelphia Inspired by Susquehanna Park Participants

If you pass through the Strawberry Mansion section of North Philadelphia, you may notice two beautiful and vibrant new murals in the neighborhood.

Not only are they beautiful and vibrant, but they are also inspired by the experiences and hopes of participants at Horizon House’s Susquehanna Park location.

A formal dedication for the news murals was hosted on Thursday, Nov. 10 by Horizon House and the Mural Arts Program of Philadelphia. Horizon House personnel and participants were joined at the ceremony by Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke, Pennsylvania State Representative Donna Bullock, mural artist James Byrne and leaders from the Mural Arts Program.

The first mural is entitled “Peace is Gold, and the Song I Want to Hear.” It features faces hailing from the local Strawberry Mansion community coming together to assist each other communally in recovery.

The second mural is called “Believe” and represents spirits of growth, resiliency and transformation in recovery.

Both murals are inspired by the experiences of Susquehanna Park participants in recovery and their hopes of continued community support in their recovery and the recovery of others in the future.

These murals were supported by a generous grant from the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services.

Take a look below at some of the videos from the ceremony. The full ceremony can be found on the Horizon House Facebook page.