COVID-19 Resources / Recursos
Need help? Wings for Success provides the following…
Emergency Clothing or Clothing for Work: If you are in need of clothing, please complete our online Client Appointment Request form. You can also contact our office at 610-644-6323 and choose either Program Manager if you need clothing OR dial ext. 101 if your need is specifically for medical scrubs.
Updating Resume/Interview Prep/Career Advice: Meet by phone or on a video conference call with a professional who can guide you in updating your resume, conducting an online job search, and how to interview by phone or virtually. These are called one-on-one advice sessions and you may fill out our online One-on-One Advice Session form to schedule a session with one of our team.
Virtual Workshops: We are offering workshops online, if you are interested in setting up or attending a workshop, please fill out our online Workshop Request form.
Domestic Violence Center of Chester County (DVCCC):
All support groups are suspended until further notice – but our hotline and other services are still available.
Call our 24-hour, free hotline 888-711-6270 or 610-431-1430
Are you at home and feel unsafe calling?
Use this link to access the National Domestic Violence Hotline’s online chat function or text LOVEIS to 22522 and chat immediately with an advocate.
DVCCC has organized a helpful resource guide to assist and ease concerns during this uncertain situation, learn more here.
This guide includes the following information:
- Food Resources
- Senior Resources
- Enterprise Rental for Students
Office of Unemployment Compensation:
Information for Pennsylvania Employee Impacted by COVID-19
FAQ’s on COVID-19 and Unemployment Compensation (UC)
PA CareerLink Chester County:
Resources for job seekers and employers during the Coronavirus pandemic
Chester County Food Bank:
Learn more about CCFB COVID-19 updates
Kennett Area Community Service:
KACS is here to help. We are open for food distribution and by appointment, for emergency assistance. Our Emergency Assistance Program is housed within the Resource Center located at 138 West Cedar Street in Kennett Square, next-door to the Kennett Food Cupboard. For help with Emergency Assistance you must first contact us by phone (610-925-3556) or email. We are NOT accepting walk-ins at the Resource Center. Learn More on KACS website
Chester County Health Department:
Click for latest news on the coronavirus from the CCHD
Chester County Community Resource Guide:
Click to view guide that provides a listing of resources available to county residents, including:
- Information and referral agencies
- Coordinated assessment for individuals and families experiencing homelessness
- Homeless shelters and other case management for the homeless
- Rental housing assistance programs
- Financial assistance, legal and credit counseling services
- Drug and alcohol, and mental health treatment resources
- Health and medical services
- Medical insurance and prescription assistance programs
- Transportation resources
- Educational and employment resources
- Food cupboards
- Hot meal programs
- Services for seniors
Do you and/or your family need public health benefits like SNAP and Medicaid? Maternal and Child Health Consortium of Chester County can help! Watch this video for more information: https://youtu.be/Mq5va4R_eZs
The Child Guidance Resource Centers has put together articles to support our community during these surreal and stressful times. Click to view their Mental Health Resource Kit.