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    • AHEDD, Inc

      • www.ahedd.org

      • 215-885-2060 Philadelphia

      • Customized for employment for people with developmental disabilities and services for youth in transition from school to careers and work.                                                                                                                                         

    • AIDS Care Group/Sharon Hill Medical (ACG)

      • https://aidscaregroup.org/

      • Chester location: 610-872-9109

      • Provides a multitude of services including medical evaluations for Hep C, assistance with access to insurance coverage, transportation assistance, and counseling.                                                                                                                                            

    • Anger Management Classes - The Bernadine Center

      • www.bernardinecenter.org

      • Registration required call 610-497-3225

      • A series of four Thursdays in designated months. Classes held at the center from 9:30 – 11:30 A.M. 

      • Cost of each series is $30.00 due at the first class – (cash or money order)                                                                                                                                          

    • APRISE

      • www.aging.pa.gov/aging-services/insurance/Pages/default.aspx

      • 1-800-783-7067

      • A free health insurance counseling service for individuals 60 and over.                                                                                                                                                                                                     

    • ARCH National Respite Network

      • https://archrespite.org/

      • Assists and provides resources for respite and care crisis services for patients and caregivers.                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

    • The Arc of Pennsylvania

      • www.thearcpa.org

      • Offers supportive living options for individuals with IDD                                                                                                                                                                                                    

    • Attic Youth Center

    • Autism Speaks

      • www.autismspeaks.org

      • Autism science and advocacy organization dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments, and a cure for autism.

      • Provides abundant resources for individuals with autism and their caregivers. 

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    • Banyan

      • www.banyanphiladelphia.com

      • 215-385-5712

      • Offers partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient care and multiple levels of care for addiction treatment at a Philadelphia facility.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

    • Bureau of Autism Services

      • www.dhs.pa.gov/citizens/autismservices/index.htm

      • 866-539-7689 Harrisburg (call for application)

      • Department within DHS specifically addressing the needs, issues, and concerns of people with Autism Spectrum Disorders in PA. Provides information on available services and waiver funding.                                                         

    • Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services

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    • Career Wardrobe

      • www.careerwardrobe.org

      • 215-568-6693

      • Provides professional dressing program, job search support workshops and professional development events.                                                                                                                                                                                              

    • Caroline's Cart

      • www.technibilt.com/carolines-cart/

      • Grocery cart designed for families with older children or adults with physical special needs. See website for store locations.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

    • 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.                                                                                                                                         

    • Catholic Social Services

      • www.cssphiladelphia.org

      • Delaware County: 610-876-7101

      • Help-line: 267.331.2490

      • Provides family, marital, and individual counseling on a sliding fee scale.

      • CSS also has a family services center located in Delaware County.                                                                                                                                       

    • Center for Hispanic Resources (El Centro)

      • www.delcofoundation.org

      • 610-497-7308

      • Assists the Hispanic/Latino community in learning more about accessing resources in the community.                                                                                                                                      

    • Chester Housing Authority

      •  www.chesterha.org 

      • 610-876-5561

      • Public housing problem that connects income-eligible individuals and families with public housing or section 8 vouchers.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

    • Child Care Works

      • www.compass.state.pa.us

      • 610-713-2115 Child Care Information Services Agency of Delaware County

      • 1-800-692-7462 COMPASS

      • Subsidized child care program helps low-income families pay their child care fees.                                                                                                                                      

    • Child Guidance Resource Center

      • https://cgrc.org/

      • 484-454-8700

      • Provides behavioral healthcare services for children, adolescents, and families with mental health, developmental disabilities, and residential needs. Also provides community trainings and resources.                                                                                                                                       

    • Child & Family Focus 

      • www.childandfamilyfocus.org

      • Delaware County: 610-325-3131

      • Chester County: 484-732-8459

      • Bucks County: 215-366-5300

      • Non-profit community-based mental health agency serving children and young adults in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Provides mental health services and respite care services to caregivers.                                                                                                                                                    

    • CHIP

      • www.chipcoverspakids.com

      • Providers: 1-888-991-9023

      • Members: 1-888-888-1211

      • Pennsylvania's Children's Health Insurance program covers all uninsured PA children under 19.                                                                                                                                      

    • COMPASS

      • www.compass.state.pa.us

      • HELPLINE: 1-800-692-7462

      • COMPASS is an online tool for Pennsylvanians to apply for many health and human service programs and manage benefit information.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

    • Compeer of Suburban Philadelphia

      • www.compeerfriends.org

      • 610-541-0790

      • Provides voluntary companionship and socialization programs for individuals with mental illness/recovery. 

      • Compeer CORPS

        • Provides voluntary companionship and socialization programs for veterans.                                                                                                                                              

    • Community Action Agency

      • www.caadc.org

      • 610-833-4442-Office

      • 610-521-8770-Weatherization program

      • Provides housing services such as emergency shelters at three locations, transitional housing, homeless prevention, home ownership, and energy conservation services. Free home weatherization program.                

    • Community Interactions

      • www.ciinc.org/

      • 610-328-9008 Swarthmore

      • 610-544-0200 Broomall

      • CI provides mental health support programs, residential programs for individuals with intellectual and mental disabilities.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

    • Community Transit

      • ctdelco.org

      • (610) 490-3960 Information & Reservations

      • A private, nonprofit transportation company certified by the PA Public Utility Commission to provide demand responsive service to the general public and provides some transportation needs of various human service agencies.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

    • Coordinated Entry Program -HUD

      • Provides assessment and referral services and resources through the Community Action Agency, Salvation Army and Horizon house for homeless and at-risk individuals.

      • Community Action Agency: 610-874-8451

      • Salvation Army: 610-874-0423

      • Horizon House: 267-507-3875                                                                                                                                        

    • CREATE

      • www.cgrc.org

      • Chester County: 610-383-5635

      • Delaware County: 484-454-8720

      • Philadelphia County: 267-713-4132

      • An innovative group outpatient service through Child Guidance Resource Center, for children and young adults with a diagnosis of autism. Evidence-based integrative therapies strive to improve social conversations, emotional regulation, adaptability, flexibility, and self-control.                                                          

    • Crozer Chester Community Campus

  • D

    • Daemion House Community Counseling Center

      • www.daemioncounseling.org

      • 610-891-2000

      • Offers fee-based counseling and support groups on a sliding scale to uninsured/ under-insured members of the community.                                                                                                                                                                   

    • DAP: Domestic Abuse Project

      • www.dapdc.org

      • 610-565-4590 24/7 HOTLINE

      • 610-565-6272 Delco office #

      • Provides emergency shelter to adults and children at imminent risk along with supportive services and relocation assistance. DAP's transitional housing program offers longer-term HUD-subsidized housing and intensive case management. Services also include counseling, safe houses, legal services, medical advocacy, and community outreach.                                                                                                                                 

    • Delaware Crisis Connections Team

      • www.elwyn.org

      • 1-855-889-7827 -Mobile crisis team #

      • Provides crisis prevention, assessment, intervention and referral to those in crisis.                                                        

    • Delaware County Emergency Preparedness Guide

      • Delaware County Local Emergency Planning Committee

      • www.delcocitizencorps.com

      • 610-565-8700

      • Provides extensive emergency information and resources for Delaware County.                                                       

    • Delaware County Food Resource Guides

    • Delaware County Housing Authority

      • www.dcha1.org

      • 610-876-2521

      • Provides public housing, housing choice vouchers programs, supportive housing programs, shelter plus care, voucher homeownership programs, and family self-sufficiency programs.                                                                                                                                                                                               

    • Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health

      • www.delcohsa.org

      • 610-713-2365

      • Provides mental health court/delegate services, community advocate, community support program, and contingency fund.                                                                                                                                                              

    • Delaware County Suicide Prevention Awareness Task Force

      • www.delcosuicideprevention.org

      • Offers information, education, assistance and support to lessen the incidence of suicide and the stigma associated with suicide and suicide loss. Also offers information and referrals for other healthcare needs.                                                                                                                                         

    • Delaware County Women Against Rape (DCWAR)

      • 610-566-4342 24-hr Hotline

      • www.delcowar.org

      • Services include 24/7 support through the hotline, accompaniment services to the hospital or police station, support in criminal and civil court, and individual and group therapy.                                                                                                                                         

    • Link to Delco D&A Treatment Services Guide                                                                                                                                         

    • DIFAN-Delaware County Interfaith Food assistance Network

      • www.fcsdc.org

      • A network of food pantries across Delaware County, each family receives enough food for five days each month. See website for locations and contact info.                                                                                                              

    • Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania

      • www.disabilityrightspa.org

      • Philadelphia: 215-238-8070

      • Harrisburg: 717-236-8110

      • Pittsburgh: 412-391-5225

      • Provides legal consultation and representation for individuals with disabilities and their families who are facing discrimination on the basis of disabilities and their families who are facing discrimination on the basis of disability and access to needed services along with providing information, referral and technical assistance to Pa residents with disability issues. 

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    • Early Learning Resource Center

      • www.raiseyourstar.org

      • 1-877-472-5437

      • Provides resources, referrals, and support for accessing child care and early learning programs.                                                                                                                                           

    • Easter Seals of Southeastern Pennsylvania

      • www.easterseals.com/sepa/

      • 217-879-1000

      • Provides programs and services for children, young adults, and veterans with disabilities and other special needs.                                                                                                                                                                                        

    • Education Alternatives

      • www.ed-alt.com

      • 610-831-1865

      • Provides functional behavioral assessments (FBA), positive supports behavior intervention plans(BIPs), ABA evaluations, private and personal consultations, parent and family training programs, IEP goal development, classroom support, and consultation and professional development services.                                                                

    • Elwyn  

      • www.elwyn.org

      • 610-891-2000

      • Provides information and referral services in regards to residential services and supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Chester, Delaware, and Philadelphia counties in PA. Also provides work opportunities and adult day programs.                                                                                                              

    • Empower Youth, LLC

      • www.empoweryouth.net

      • 610-565-4360

      • A counseling facility for youth, ages 11-24, dealing with substance and mental health issues (co-occurring disorders). Provides education on risky behaviors, substance abuse, healthy boundaries, emotional awareness, and impulse control, through supportive group and individual therapy settings.                                                                                                                                         

    • Esperanza Health Center

      • https://esperanzahealth.com/

      • 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.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

    • Extra Help Program ​​

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    • Family & Community Services of Delaware County

      • www.fcsdc.org

      • 610-566-7540 Media

      • 610-859-3806 Chester

      • Provides outpatient adult counseling, substance abuse counseling, HIV medical case management, emergency food distribution, second time around parents, strengthening families program, permanent supportive housing, HIV/AIDS prevention & education, and the Ralph Moses House (HIV homeless men's group home).                                                                                                                                                                                                  

    • Food Addicts Anonymous

      • www.foodaddicts.org

      • 781-932-6300

      • Food addicts in recovery anonymous.12 step based program. See website for locations and meeting times.                                                                                                                                                                                                

    • Foundations -Behavioral Health

      • www.fbh.com

      • 215-345-7151

      • Provides behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and young adults. Residential treatment program and partial and acute hospitalization services. Provides wrap-around services (BHRS/WRAP) for illnesses or symptoms that include depression, anger, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, and poor impulse control.                                                                                                                                                                                                 

    • Freedom Valley Disability Enablement, Inc.

      • www.freedomvalleyenablement.org

      • 610-353-6640

      • FVDE provides services for individuals with physical disabilities such as independent living skills training, peer support, advocacy, information, and referrals. 

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    • Good Will Industries

      • www.goodwill.org

      • 610-586-6360 Delaware County

      • 215-883-7492 / 215-571-4011 Philadelphia 

      • Provides supported employment programs for adults with disabilities.                                                                                                                                                                                                

    • Genesis House

      • www.genesishouse.net

      • 800-737-0933

      • Rich Kardon, M.Ed: 215-840-1192

      • Addiction treatment, dual diagnosis, relapse prevention, anger management, detox, and rehab.

      • Private insurance and self-pay only.                                                                                                                                                                                                

    • Guardian Angel Recovery House

      • www.guardianangelrecovery.org

      • Lisa: 215-983-8055

      • Darragh: 301-448-5075

      • Group home dedicated to aiding in recovery and community building for women affected by substance use and addiction.

  • H​​

    • Link to Medicaid Home and Community Based Services (Health Waiver Programs)

    • Healthcare.gov

      • www.healthcare.gov

      • Federal health insurance enrollment website.                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

    • Health Choices

      •  www.healthchoices.pa.gov/info/index.htm 

      • Provides low-income Pennsylvanians with the opportunity to purchase private health insurance at affordable rates.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

    • Health Partners Plans

      • www.healthpartnersplans.com

      • 1-888-477-9800

      • Medicaid and Medicare insurance company with programs for lower income, 65 and older and children.                                                                                                                                         

    • Head Start

      • www.eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/

      • 610-938-9000 - 2208 Delaware County Intermediate Unit 

      • Provides preschool children of low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs.                                                                                                                                         

    • Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems

      • www.holcombprevention.org

      • 484-444-0412 Prevention / Education Department (Media Office)

      • Provides free classes and demonstrations on healthy living for grades K-12. Topics include drug and alcohol prevention, dating violence awareness and leadership with built-in mentors.                                                                                                                                                                          

    • Home at Last 

      • www.crozerkeystone.org

      • 610-497-7360

      • A three-phase behavioral health program for homeless individuals in transition.                                                                    

    • Horizon House

      • www.hhinc.org

      • Delaware County: 610-328-2044

      • Philadelphia County: 215-386-3838

      • Chester County: 610-918-4907

      • Provides permanent, transitional and emergency housing along with a variety of residential,  treatment and support services for homeless individuals and those affected by mental health diagnoses.                                      

    • Horizon House

      • www.hhinc.org

      • Delaware County: 215-386-3838

      • Swarthmore: 610-328-2165

      • Philadelphia County: 215-386-3838

      • Offers a full range of therapeutic, home and community-based services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Services are designed to help individuals manage their lives and engage in the community by addressing individual interests and needs. Our community integration activities provide rewarding experiences through planned outings to restaurants, movies, shopping, art fairs, and more.                 

    • Housing Equality Center

      • www.equalhousing.org

      • 267-419-8918

      • Provides education, advocacy and enforcement of fair housing laws. Provides victims of housing discrimination with legal help and conduct investigations into non-compliance and discrimination.                     

    • HUD- Department of Housing and Urban Development

      • www.hud.gov

      • Government site for resources on affordable housing, housing discrimination, homelessness and disaster guides. 

      • Fair Housing / Fair Opportunity

      • Hotline service for individuals to report incidences of housing discrimination.

      • 215-861-7637 Philadelphia

      • 412-644-5449 Pittsburgh

      • 1-800-799-2085 Toll-free

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    • Intermediate Units in PA

      • Intermediate Units provide specialized services to local school districts.

      • Delaware County Intermediate Unit

      • www.dciu.org

      • 610-938-9000

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    • JEVS Rehabilitation Services

      • www.jevshumanservices.org

      • 215-854-1800

      • JEVS provides job training in food service, custodial, and hospitality areas; supported employment; partial hospitalization for individuals with severe mental health needs.                                                                                                                                          

    • Juvenile Law Center

      • www.jlc.org

      • 215-625-0551

      • Advancing the rights and well-being of children in jeopardy. Provides education and information regarding children's right focusing on the issues of imprisonment, foster care, success, and human rights.

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    • Kaleidoscope Family Solutions Inc.

      • www.kfamilysolutions.org

      • Bryn Mawr: 267-295-2234

      • KFS is a specialized provider of clinical and therapeutic services directly to individuals as well as education-system staffing services. Services delivered through its specialty divisions outlined:

        • KFS Behavioral Therapeutic Services, Autism Services, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services, School Staffing Services, and Training.                                                                                                                                           

    • KenCrest

      • www.kencrest.org

      • 610-825-9360

      • Provides services for youth and adults with developmental disabilities such as community residential services, life-sharing, clinical services, employment services, individual and family supports, and educational services.                                                                                                                            

    • Key Recovery

      • www.KeyStonecenter.net/recovery

      • 484-490-1060

      • The program includes specialized substance use disorder treatments. Provides IOP, Op and individual therapy for both teens and adults focused on addiction recovery. Provides community outreach and education.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

    • Keystone Non-emergency Transportation

      • 1-844-879-7345 Call to schedule rides and information.                                                                                                                                                                                                              

    • Keystone Pride Recovery Initiative

    • Kids as Self-Advocates (KASA)

      • http://www.fvkasa.org/

      • 207-458-1009

      • A youth run program that includes representing the voice of youth living with disabilities and chronic health conditions by speaking to policymakers. educating the community, and serving as advisors to the over 40,000 members of Family Voices across the country and organizations and agencies interested in promoting youth involvement and leadership.                                                                                                                                                  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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    • La Comunidad Hispana

      • www.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.                                                                                                                                                    

    • Lead Hazard Control Program

    • LifePath. Inc

      • www.lifepath.org

      • 610-264-5724 Lehigh Valley Office

      • 215-257-0471 Buxmont Office

      • 610-566-5029 Drexel Hill Office

      • Services for individuals with developmental disabilities including residential programs, day programs, and outpatient psychiatric services. Residential services include community homes, life-sharing, supported living and in-home support.                                                                                                                                                        

    • LifeWorks

      • www.lifeworksschools.com 

      • 215-489-3028

      • Services include case management, conflict resolution and peer mediation with a focus on student health. Topic areas include social skills, decision making, anger management, anxiety reduction, suicide prevention, trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem, sexuality abuse recovery, and coping skills.                          

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    • Making Homes Affordable

      • www.makinghomeaffordable.gov

      • 888-995-4673 -Helpline

      • A national nonprofit organization aiming to prevent home foreclosure and reduce monthly payments for eligible individuals and families.                                                                                                                                                          

    • Maternity Care Coalition

      • www.maternitycarecoalition.org

      • 610-713-0570

      • Services include a free home visiting program, early head start, child care supplies, breastfeeding education and assistance, policy advocacy and community education.                                                                                                                                                           

    • Mazzoni Center

      • www.mazzonicenter.org

      • 215-563-0652

      • Services include primary medical care including specific HIV specific care, medical case management, food bank, linkage to care services, mental health services, and wellness counseling services. Mazzoni Center focuses on the LGBTQ+ population.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

    • Medical Assistance

    • Medical Assistance for Workers with Disabilities (MAWD)

      • Application 

      • Guide to eligibility 

      • MAWD is a state health insurance program for individuals who have chronic health problems and are working. MAWD is often a good option for low-income and middle-income individuals who need health insurance. Compared to other Medical Assistance programs, MAWD has high income and resource limits. It also has flexible work and disability requirements.                                                                                                                                                  

    • Medical Assistance Transportation Program

    • Mental Health Association 

      • 267-507-3850

      • The Association is an advocate and resource site for individuals and families coping with mental illness. It provides mentoring and friendship for mentally ill individuals by matching them with volunteers from the community.                                                                                                                                                                                     

    • Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA (Mental Health Partnerships)

      • www.mhasp.org

      • Main office 215-751-1800

      • Delaware County office 267-507-3850

      • A nonprofit citizen's organization serving adults, children and family members through programs and advocacy efforts.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

    • Merakey (Takes Medical Assistance Only: Keystone First, Aetna Better Health, Health Partners, and United H

      • www.merakey.org

      • 610-534-3636

      • Provides residential living options, case/care management, and therapeutic services for individuals with disabilities and mental health needs.                                                                                                                                        

    • 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 or 215-739-0369 / 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   

        • Additional services include emergency housing, a mobile care coordination team, shared or individual permanent housing, transitional housing, and housing for veterans with a serious mental illness.

        • Philadelphia: 215-423-5609 | 215-227-4280 ext.200 

        • Coatesville: 610-380-1285 | 610-384-7711 ext. 6301

        • Veterans' Mobile Care Coordination (VMCCT): 215-427-2096

        • Permanent Housing Opportunities For Veterans: 610-380-1285                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

    • Mercy Fitzgerald Outpatient Psychiatry

      • www.mercyhealth.org/services/behavioral-health/

      • 610-237-4122 Psychiatry Dept.

      • 610-237-4210 Crisis Center

      • 610-237-4224 Community Care Program

      • The program provides supportive services through community-based therapeutic case management and outpatient clinic services. A peer engagement specialist will connect discharged patients from the adult inpatient facility to Targeted Case Management (TCM) Services if necessary.                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

    • Mercy LIFE

      • 215-339-4747 or Ginny Pfeiffer at 610-945-6961 or vpfeiffer@mercyhealth.org

      • www.mercylife.org

      • No cost program offering medical, health, social services along with free transportation to all doctors visits and to the Mercy LIFE Senior Wellness Center.

  • Mobile Crisis Team

    • Delaware County Mobile Crisis Team​

    • 1.855.889.7827

  • Mosaic Medical Center

    • Mosaicmedicalcenter.org

    • Specializes in LGBTQ services ​​

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    • National Runaway Safe-line

      • 1-800-786-2929

      • www.1800runaway.org

      • Toll-free, nationwide hot-line, chat room and email for runaways and troubled youth. provides information, referral for shelter, counseling, medical and legal services and transportation back home.                                          

    • Northwestern Human Services

      • 610-537-1566

      • Provides assessment, intensive outpatient treatment, and drug/alcohol case management

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    • Office of Behavioral Health, Division of Drug and Alcohol

      • www.delcohsa.org

      • 1-800-662-4357 PA Get Help Now Hotline                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

    • Office of Early Intervention

    • The Office of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

      • www.mhdspa.org

      • 610-713-2375 Delaware County BH/ID

      • Administers services and programs for individuals with mental and developmental disabilities.                                                                                                                                                                                            

    • Office of Vocational Rehabilitation

      • https://www.dli.pa.gov/Individuals/Disability-Services/ovr/Pages/default.aspx

      • 1-800-541-0721 or 814-871-4551

      • Provides assistance with obtaining and maintaining employment to individuals with disabilities                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

    • Online Child Care Provider Search

      • www.compass.state.pa.us

      • Search engine to locate local child care resources.                                                                                                                                  

    • Onward Behavioral Health Programs

      • Rehab After Work (Addiction Treatment)

        • https://rehabafterwork.pyramidhealthcarepa.com/ 

        • Referral #800-238-4357                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

      • The Light Program (Mental Health) 

      • Seeds of Hope (Eating Disorders)

      • Accepts most commercial insurance plans, does not accept Medicaid, Medicare, or Tricare.

      • For questions contact Maureen Coulter at 215-221-9633

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    • PA Bureau of Special Education Consult Line

    • PACE/PACENET Program

    • PA Client Assistance Program

      • www.equalemployment.org

      • Philadelphia: 215-557-7112

      • Toll-free: 888-745-2357

      • PA's client assistance program is an advocacy program for people with disabilities seeking services in employment and housing.                                                                                                                                                                 

    • PA Housing Search

      • https://www.pahousingsearch.com/

      • Search engine for affordable housing.                                                                                                                                         

    • Pathways to Housing

      • www.pathwaystohousingpa.org  

      • 215-390-1500

      • Provides home assessment tools for providers, caregivers, and homeowners. Also provides resources for housing, service registration, and assessments.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

    • 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.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

    • PEARL: Prevention, Education, Addiction Treatment, Recovery, Link to Resources

      • 610-619-8461

      • Offers intensive case management and nurse navigation services to assist expectant mothers who may be struggling with substance use.                                                                                                                                                     

    • Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation

      • www.patf.us                                                                                                   

      • Voice: 484-674-0506

      • Toll-free: 888-744-1938

      • Provides financial loans for the purchase of assistive technology. Provides information and assistance for assistive technology resources and vendors. 

      • Foundation's mission is to provide financing opportunities to people with disabilities and older Pennsylvanians helping them to acquire the assistive technology devices and services that improve the quality of their lives.                                                                                                                                                                           

    • Pennsylvania Association for the Blind

      • www.pablind.org

      • 717-766-2020

      • Providing services to prevent, prepare for, and manage vision loss with programs and services for both children and adults such as vision screenings, residential and vocational rehabilitation, transportation, transitional and Braille instruction, information and referral, support and advocacy. Also provides Braille embossing services.                                                                                                                                                          

    • Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape

      • www.pcar.org

      • 1-888-772-PCAR

      • Provides a variety of services including 24/7 crisis counseling for all individuals that have experienced sexual trauma. 

        • Delaware County Women Against Rape

        • P.O. Box 211 Media, PA 19063

        • (610) 566-4342 (Sexual Assault Hotline)

        • (610) 566-4386 (Other Crimes Hotline)

        • http://www.delcowar.org/

    • Pennsylvania Elks Home Service Program

      • www.paelkshomeservice.org

      • Delaware/Philadelphia County: 267-666-8066

      • Chester County: 717-381-5773

      • Provide in-home service coordination services, legal and human rights, referrals to community resources, assess equipment, advocacy regarding educational services and health care navigation, assist with residential services, and emotional support.                                                                                                                                                                                                         

    • Pennsylvania's Initiative on Assistive Technology (TechOWL)

      • www.techowlpa.org

      • Main Office: 215-204-1356

      • Program Manager of PIAT: 215-204-3370

      • Office out of Temple University that provides assistive technology services such as financial assistance, demonstrations, in-home service, and emergency plans to individuals with disabilities.                                                                                                                                                                                                        

    • The Pennsylvania Student Equality Coalition

      • pennsec.org

      • The Pennsylvania Student Equality Coalition (PSEC) represents the statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth organization. PSEC is an entirely youth-led and youth-run organization dedicated to advocacy toward safe schools and communities for all.                                                                                                                                                                                                          

    • PFLAG

      • hcommunity.pflag.org

      • Email: jcbort@comcast.net or info@pflag.org

      • 610-368-2021 or 202-467-8180

      • PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights. Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.                                                                                                                                                                            

    • PHFA -Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency 

      • www.phfa.org/renters/

      • A site with resources for renters.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

    • Pregnancy Insurance

    • Prysm Youth Center of Delaware County

      • www.prysmyouthcenter.org

      • The mission of The Prysm Youth Center of Delaware County is to provide Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex youth ages 14-20 and their Straight Allies (LGBTQQIA) with a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment where they can meet regularly and be themselves. The center will facilitate social, educational and supportive activities as well as opportunities to participate in outreach, activism, and leadership development.

      • Weekly group meetings include community check-ins, educational presentations, open discussions, games, as well as planning of outreach and special events.

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    • Safe and Healthy Homes Program

    • Self-determination Housing Project of PA

      • www.sdhp.org

      • Provides a multitude of resources regarding housing.                                                                                                   

    • Senior Shared Rides Program

      • ctdelco.org

      • Link to application

      • The Senior Shared Ride Program is a reduced fare transportation program available to riders who are willing to share their trip with other passengers. Persons 65 years of age or older are entitled to receive these trips and pay only 15% of the reduced shared ride fares.                                                                                                                       

    • SEPTA Customized Community Transportation

      • ctdelco.org or www.septa.org/service/cct/

      • (215) 580-7145 for information and to request an application.

      • (215) 580-7700 to schedule a trip.

      • This service provides trips to customers registered with SEPTA on a space-available basis. This service is provided door-to-door by advance reservations, with limited driver assistance. SEPTA provides this service to individuals who are functionally unable to use regular fixed route transportation for some or all of their mobility needs. Eligible individuals can travel whenever and wherever SEPTA's fixed route transportation operates.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

    • Sesame Place

      • www.sesameplace.com/philadelphia/help/autism-resources/

      • Provides certified staff, sensory guides, noise canceling headphones, low sensory areas, ride accessibility guides, and quiet rooms for children and caregivers.                                                                                    

    • Social Security Administration

      • www.ssa.gov

      • 1-800-772-1213 Chester Office

      • A local office where individuals can apply for Social Security benefits.                                                                                   

    • SPAN (Suicide Prevention Awareness Network)

      • www.spanusa.org

      • Crisis Text line 1-800-273-8255

      • Dedicated to preventing suicide through public education, awareness, community action and through federal, state and local advocacy.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

    • Special Kids Network

      • www.health.pa.gov

      • 800-986-4550

      • Statewide referral service designed to serve families of children with chronic health or disabling conditions through information and service coordination.                                                                                                                       

    • STAR-Sexual trauma and Recovery Inc.

      • www.starhealing.org

      • 610-658-2737

      • Provides trauma and recovery services for individuals affected by sexual trauma. 

      • Provides trauma and recovery services for individuals affected by sex and love addiction. Provides evaluation, assessment, individual, couples and group therapy.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

    • Step by Step, Inc

      • https://stepbystepusa.com/

      • 610-352-7837 SE Region including Montgomery, Philadelphia and Delaware County

      • Provides intensive case management and supportive living services for mentally ill and developmentally disabled individuals. Residential living options include life-sharing, community homes and more.

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    • Taylor Made Vets

      • Call Brian Taylor 267-207-8131 

      • taylormadecorp@hotmail.com

      • Veteran resource service organization dedicated to providing veterans with support and opportunities.                                                                                                                                                                                                  

    • Teen Central

      • www.teencentral.com

      • An interactive website powered by KidsPeace that serves as a free and safe prevention and intervention resource for adolescents. Can access tools, content, and resources for support and creates a positive environment where teens can share their stories anonymously.

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    • The Warm Line

      • 855-464-9342

      • Free anonymous service that offers an empathetic ear, support and advice. 

      • Available Monday-Friday 6pm-12am Saturday/Sunday 1pm-11pm.                                                                                                

    • Widener University Programs

      • Community Nursing Clinic

      • Biofeedback Center

      • Physical Therapy Clinic

      • Neuropsychology Assessment Center

      • Child Therapy Clinic

      • Social Work Counseling Services

      • Clinical Services for Vulnerable Adults

      • Widener Child Development Center 

        • www.widenercdc.com

        • 610-499-1097                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

    • WIC- Women Infants and Children

      • www.pawic.com

      • 484-471-3320 appointment call center

      • 484-480-8800 Chester clinic

      • 610-713-5800 Upper Darby clinic

      • 484-479-3086 Springfield clinic

      • Provides eligible pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants and children under 5 with nutrition information, immunizations, vouchers counseling, breastfeeding support, healthy foods and referrals.

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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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