Counseling:
One-on-one, family and couples counseling for all ages and backgrounds.
Exchange Club Family Center:
Child abuse prevention and family strengthening for low income families.
Project One:
Medical case management and personal support for people living with HIV/AIDS.
RSVP Volunteer Program:
Volunteer activity coordination for adults age 55+.
Young Adult Community Conferencing:
Restorative justice program for WCU students.
Order a Free Book
Books for Kids of Divorce:
Help your child navigate the changes and challenges of divorce or separation. Order a free children's book. For children in grades Pre-K to 12.

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Special Initiatives

For Families Experiencing Divorce:
Kids Come First: Counseling for parents and children impacted by divorce or separation. Learn how to manage the complexities of co-parenting, while putting kids' needs first.

For Parents with Children Ages 3-9:
Child-Parent Relationship Enrichment: Weekly workshops teaching parents how to understand and meet their children’s emotional needs through one of children’s most essential communication tools: play.

For Unemployed and Low Income Individuals:
Financial Stability Center: An integrated system of career services and counseling designed to help individuals and families find employment, develop skills and habits for success, and overcome emotional, relational and personal challenges that stem from financial hardship.
Family Service & vineyard vines:
We are excited to announce the arrival of custom ties and scarves featuring the Family Service logo. Learn More »
Multiple Locations

Five accessible locations in Chester County. Visit us in West Chester, Coatesville, Kennett Square, Oxford and Phoenixville.

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In times of overwhelming health insurance costs and financial hardship, Family Service only exists because of generous donations. Learn more and get involved today.