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U.S. Census Information

  U.S. Census Information The 2020 U.S. Census is coming.  Be counted!  Get ready with these online resources.   Find the latest information on the Census here: The Bucks-Chester-Montgomery Link to Aging and Disability Resources (ADRC) has posted a short online presentation to prepare individuals for the Census.  You can find the presentation [...]

U.S. Census Information2020-02-27T15:39:59-05:00

Dispelling Census Rumors and Avoiding Fraud

The U.S. Bureau of Census provides these helpful links for dispelling rumors about the Census and tips on avoiding fraud.

Dispelling Census Rumors and Avoiding Fraud2020-02-12T09:59:32-05:00

February Food Pantry & Meal Locations in Phoenixville

The Phoenixville Food Insecurity Team has released the following list of food pantry and meal locations in Phoenixville for the month of February: February PFIT February PFIT Spanish

February Food Pantry & Meal Locations in Phoenixville2020-02-03T16:15:51-05:00

Crime Victims’ Center Drop-in Hours

The Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County has Drop In hours at the locations listed below.  Clients can simply stop by to talk to an advocate!  Email with any questions. Drop In Centers_Jan 2020 Phoenixville - Orion Communities 237 Bridge St, Phoenixville, PA 19460 Tuesdays from 1:30 to 3:30 pm   Kennett Area Community [...]

Crime Victims’ Center Drop-in Hours2020-01-30T10:47:29-05:00

Mobile Home Tax Reassessment Program

United Way of Chester County, in partnership with Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania, is offering assistance to mobile home owners in Chester County to file for property tax reassessment appeals. Click here for instructions and application in English. Click here for instructions and application in Spanish.

Mobile Home Tax Reassessment Program2020-01-22T14:35:25-05:00

U.S. Census Sample Invitation and Questionnaire

Joy Dvornicich, Parternship Specialist for Chester County with the U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Census, provides these links to the sample invitation card that will be mailed out in March for the April 1st 2020 Census, and to sample Census questionnaires in English and Spanish. The U.S. Census Bureau does NOT share Personally Identifiable [...]

U.S. Census Sample Invitation and Questionnaire2020-01-09T15:10:16-05:00

New Phone Number for Those Experiencing Homelessness in Chester County

Effective December 12, the phone number for coordinated entry for anyone experiencing or at the risk of being homeless in Chester County will be 211.  See info in the documents below: Call 211 English FINAL Call 211 Spanish FINAL

New Phone Number for Those Experiencing Homelessness in Chester County2019-12-11T13:23:57-05:00

Code Blue Resources

The Chester County Department of Community Development has published a list of Code Blue resources.  See links below. 2019 Code Blue Resources in English 2019 Code Blue Resources in Spanish

Code Blue Resources2019-12-05T11:26:10-05:00

Local and National Helplines

  American Red Cross -- 215-299-4000 Chester County Department of Emergency Services -- 610-344-5000 Chester County Mental Health Crisis Intervention -- 1-877-918-2100 Childline and Abuse Registry -- 1-800-932-0313 (to report suspected child abuse) CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) -- 1-800-986-KIDS (5437) Crime Victims' Center of Chester County -- 610-692-7420 Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline -- 1-888-711-6270 Healthy [...]

Local and National Helplines2019-12-05T11:27:54-05:00