Sun Bright is committed to supporting access to outside resources that may be of benefit to families.  If you have questions or need assistance to access these resources contact: 215-225-9977 or email: info

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Sun Bright has partnered with Temple Dental and  will be taking all Sun Bright  students who have not been to the dentist. Call us at 215-225-9977 and we will make the arrangements and take your child.  Parents help us out in making this possible:  Here is the information:

Give Kids a Smile – Free Dental Care

April 3rd, 2023 from 9am-3pm

3223 N.Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19140

(Dental Clinic at North Broad and Allegheny)

Dental Care includes cleanings and exams plus fun activities and more!! 


For more information CALL 215-707-2863

Dental care near Sun Bright

Temple University School of Dentistry – Pediatric Clinic 3223 N. Broad 19140 215-707-2863 Dental services are available by appointment Monday through Friday 8:30 – 4:30. For children 6 months old and up.

CHOP Audiologist contact for screener regulation-

Frank Wartinger, Au.D.


3500 Civic Center Blvd.

Philadelphia, PA 19104

215-590-0531 ● f 215-590-5641 ●

Immigration Lawyer: Adriana Michell

Temple Pediatrics by Temple Health

Tel: (800-836-7536).

3223 N. Broad Street, 1st Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19140

Temple Health offers high-quality, full-service medical care to children

This program provides:
– Pediatric medical care
Specific services:
– Annual well-child check-ups
– Sick-child visits (common infections, colds, flu, etc.
– Immunizations and preventive care
– Management of chronic diseases such as asthma
– Hearing Screening
– Vision screenings

– Mental health screenings
– Sports physicals
– Weight management

Temple Health accepts Medicare and Medicaid, and offers financial assistance for families without insurance.

VISION Screening

Eye Examinations and Visual Screening by CHOP

Tel: 215-590-2791  Ophthalmology for free vision screening.

Overbrook School for Blind

The Eye Institute – Oak Lane (Main Location)

1200 West Godfrey Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19141

Mental Health and Behaviour:

  • Return Completed Form To or Fax 717-213-3749
  •  Learn about PA Key’s IECMHC Consultants’ Virtual Office Hours- ask the director

Elwyn Early Intervention

  • Elwyn Early Intervention Form is included in parent Welcome folder
  • It’s recommended that these forms are emailed to Elwyn, not faxed.
  • If you have submitted a referral through fax and have not heard back from Elwyn, you
  • should resubmit the referral or instruct the family to call Elwyn’s intake line: 215-222-8054.

Internet Access- Free or reduced:

For families without internet access, there are resources available for free or discounted internet access . Area libraries and recreation centers offer free wifi and computers.

Emergency Resources

  • 24-Hour Mental Health Delegate Line: 215.685.6440
  • SAMHSA’S National Helpline: 1.800.662.4357
  • Child Abuse Hotline: 1.800.422.4453
  • DHS ChildLine: 1.800.932.0313
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.7233
  • National Center on Elder Abuse: 1.855.500.3537


Housing Assistance:

  • Permanent Supportive Housing is a tenant- and project-based rental assistance program that gives long-term housing and case management support to the most vulnerable. Participation is by referral only from Philadelphia’s Office of Homeless Services through their system of Coordinated Entry. Call 267.460.5832.
  • Targeted Case Management connects our case managers with those living with serious mental illness and other co-occurring conditions to provide housing supports through the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA). Participation is by referral only through the Philadelphia Transitions, Integrations and Partnerships Unit. Call 267.331.4935.
  • Eviction Prevention assists tenants and homeowners threatened with eviction. Call 267.460.5736.