Hispanic Resources

  • ​The Peace Maker Center

    • www.thepeacemakercenter.org

    • 610-269-2661

    • Provides professional counseling services on a sliding scale basis. Specialties include family, children, couples and individual therapy within a Christian framework. Includes Hispanic resources and trained Spanish speaking therapists. 

    • Based out of Kennett Square

  • La Comunidad Hispana

    • https://lacomunidadhispana.org/

    • 610-444-7550

    • A diverse, bilingual team that is dedicated to helping adults, teens, and children to be healthy and stay healthy. Services include an extensive health center, dental center, women's health, social assistance and education.

    • Based out of Kennett Square

  • Casa del Carmen​

    • www.cssphiladelphia.org/familyservicecenters/

    • 267-331-2500

    • Casa offers counseling and family support services with bi-lingual therapists and case managers, summer camp programs, and after-school academic enrichment and recreational opportunities for local youth. Casa’s Day Care Center provides low-income households with affordable child care in a safe and caring educational environment.​

    • Service area is North Philadelphia

  • Esperanza Health Center​

    • www.esperanzahealth.com/wp/

    • 215-302-3600

    • Services include adult health, children's health, women and prenatal, dental, HIV, behavioral health, medication dispensary, nutrition counseling, social services and spiritual care.

    • Service area is North Philadelphia

  • Hispanic Resource Center

    • Crozer Keystone Community Foundation

    • Daisy Artiles
      Community Hospital
      Medical Office Building
      Suite 200
      2602 W. 9th Street
      Chester, PA 19013

    • Phone: 610-497-7308​

    • Helps local Hispanic residents learn about the resources available in the Chester community.

  • Merakey Fresh Start Program​

    • www.merakey.org/services-fresh-start.html

    • Provides transitional and recovery housing to men and women. Both funded and self-pay options based on eligibility. 

    • Recovery Housing (funded) Men: 215-426-1420 / Women: 215-634-8160

    • Recovery Housing For Spanish Speaking Men: 215-426-0993

    • Self- Pay Transitional Housing For Men: 215-535-0985 Women: 215-634-8160

All organization requests such as adding a resource, changing existing resource information, or adding an event to the calender please email Delco Resources at resourcesdelco@gmail.com

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