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.
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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.

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is almost over, but before it ends, take some time to read ECFC’s 2014 Spring Newsletter. Inside you’ll find information about recent and upcoming events and can learn more about child abuse prevention.

Click the image below to keep reading…

ECFC spring newsletter

The Top 4 Reasons to Share Family Meals

Over the past decade a number of news reports have covered scientific studies looking at the benefits of sharing meals with our families.  “Shared meals” is now known as a tradition that has disappeared with the rise of our fast-paced lifestyle in the twenty-first century. And yet, who can blame us? We all understand how…

Serving Those Who Serve: RSVP Celebrates 42nd Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon– Honors PA Senator Andy Dinniman

On March 21st, the Ballroom of the Downingtown Country Club hummed with a lively mix of voices and music at the start of the 42nd Annual RSVP of Chester County Volunteer Recognition Luncheon. As the focus of the event, the members of RSVP had gathered to celebrate and to be honored for their dedication to…

Comedy & Magic Spectacular– March 2, 2013

ONE NIGHT ONLY! The 18th Annual James L. Mosteller Comedy & Magic Spectacular is around the corner.  Join us for a night of mystery and entertainment sure to mystify adults and kids of all ages. Check out the Magic Show Website for information on performances, cool videos, and to purchase tickets! Contact ECFC Program Director,…

RSVP Celebrates Senior Citizen Volunteerism

RSVP of Chester County hosted its 41st Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on Thursday, March 22. The event was held at Radley Run Country Club in West Chester, and included entertainment from the always enthusiastic, Grateful Alive Band.  Over 135 volunteers and honorable guests attended the luncheon and enjoyed the dynamic emcee performance provided by Burt Rothenberger,…

How to Identify and Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

Identifying child sexual abuse can be difficult. The most important thing loved ones can do is stay informed and educated in order to protect the children they care about. Learning to read a child’s behavioral cues is one of the best ways to identify potential child sexual abuse.  The Exchange Club Family Center provides parents…

Sistas’ Tea About HIV – March 10

For women and girls (ages 14+): Join us Saturday, March 10 for Sistas’ Tea About HIV in honor of Women and Girls’ HIV/AIDS Awareness Day at Milestone Events in West Chester (click link for map). Guest speakers: Rev. Lynda Rassman, Connectional HIV/AIDS Coordinator of AME Churches Health Commission NJ, and Chantal Whitehead of Camp Dreamcatcher Enjoy…

Project ONE’s Helping Hands

This December, Project ONE at Family Service paused from the buzz of the holiday season to personally thank their “Helping Hands.” All year long, these volunteers provide transportation to HIV/AIDS clients, assist with prevention initiatives, provide food, and give financial assistance to Project ONE. Helping Hands: Darlene Robinson, James S. Smith, Fiona Allison, Tim Case,…

Project ONE Coatesville Open House December 13

You Are Invited To human service providers, medical professionals and those serving the HIV/AIDS population in Chester County: You are invited to a Family Service/Project ONE Open House on Tuesday, December 13 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm at the Coatesville Center for Community Health. Come and learn about our comprehensive case management services for individuals and…

World AIDS Day December 1

Thursday, December 1 is World AIDS Day. Raise your awareness of HIV/AIDS in Chester County and join community services to learn about “Getting to Zero.” World AIDS Day Services: Tabernacle Baptist Church  December 1, 6:00 pm 819 Coates Street Coatesville, PA  19380 Refreshments First United Methodist Church of Phoenixville December 4, 4:00 pm 865 Main…

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is almost over, but before it ends, take some time to read ECFC’s 2014 Spring Newsletter. Inside you’ll find information about recent and upcoming events and can learn more about child abuse prevention.

Click the image below to keep reading…

ECFC spring newsletter

The Top 4 Reasons to Share Family Meals

Over the past decade a number of news reports have covered scientific studies looking at the benefits of sharing meals with our families.  “Shared meals” is now known as a tradition that has disappeared with the rise of our fast-paced lifestyle in the twenty-first century. And yet, who can blame us? We all understand how…

Serving Those Who Serve: RSVP Celebrates 42nd Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon– Honors PA Senator Andy Dinniman

On March 21st, the Ballroom of the Downingtown Country Club hummed with a lively mix of voices and music at the start of the 42nd Annual RSVP of Chester County Volunteer Recognition Luncheon. As the focus of the event, the members of RSVP had gathered to celebrate and to be honored for their dedication to…

Comedy & Magic Spectacular– March 2, 2013

ONE NIGHT ONLY! The 18th Annual James L. Mosteller Comedy & Magic Spectacular is around the corner.  Join us for a night of mystery and entertainment sure to mystify adults and kids of all ages. Check out the Magic Show Website for information on performances, cool videos, and to purchase tickets! Contact ECFC Program Director,…

RSVP Celebrates Senior Citizen Volunteerism

RSVP of Chester County hosted its 41st Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on Thursday, March 22. The event was held at Radley Run Country Club in West Chester, and included entertainment from the always enthusiastic, Grateful Alive Band.  Over 135 volunteers and honorable guests attended the luncheon and enjoyed the dynamic emcee performance provided by Burt Rothenberger,…

How to Identify and Prevent Child Sexual Abuse

Identifying child sexual abuse can be difficult. The most important thing loved ones can do is stay informed and educated in order to protect the children they care about. Learning to read a child’s behavioral cues is one of the best ways to identify potential child sexual abuse.  The Exchange Club Family Center provides parents…

Sistas’ Tea About HIV – March 10

For women and girls (ages 14+): Join us Saturday, March 10 for Sistas’ Tea About HIV in honor of Women and Girls’ HIV/AIDS Awareness Day at Milestone Events in West Chester (click link for map). Guest speakers: Rev. Lynda Rassman, Connectional HIV/AIDS Coordinator of AME Churches Health Commission NJ, and Chantal Whitehead of Camp Dreamcatcher Enjoy…

Project ONE’s Helping Hands

This December, Project ONE at Family Service paused from the buzz of the holiday season to personally thank their “Helping Hands.” All year long, these volunteers provide transportation to HIV/AIDS clients, assist with prevention initiatives, provide food, and give financial assistance to Project ONE. Helping Hands: Darlene Robinson, James S. Smith, Fiona Allison, Tim Case,…

Project ONE Coatesville Open House December 13

You Are Invited To human service providers, medical professionals and those serving the HIV/AIDS population in Chester County: You are invited to a Family Service/Project ONE Open House on Tuesday, December 13 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm at the Coatesville Center for Community Health. Come and learn about our comprehensive case management services for individuals and…

World AIDS Day December 1

Thursday, December 1 is World AIDS Day. Raise your awareness of HIV/AIDS in Chester County and join community services to learn about “Getting to Zero.” World AIDS Day Services: Tabernacle Baptist Church  December 1, 6:00 pm 819 Coates Street Coatesville, PA  19380 Refreshments First United Methodist Church of Phoenixville December 4, 4:00 pm 865 Main…

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

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