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Chester

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Resource
County
Type
Description
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Chester
Mentorship
Big Brothers Big Sisters operates under the premise that one caring adult (Big) can make a significant difference in the life of a child (Little). Big Brothers Big Sisters enrolls children aged 5-16 years to match them in one-on-one mentoring relationships that center on doing quality-time activities together. Currently, the program has site-based and community-based options.
Chester County Children, Youth, & Families
Chester
Foster Care, Adoption, Independent Living, County Agency
The care of dependent and/or neglected children is a shared responsibility. The family is seen as the primary source for the care and nurturing of children by providing for the physical, emotional, and economic support needed. This agency intervenes to provide those services which cannot be provided by families, neighbors, friends, and the community.
Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO)
Chester
Foster Care, Adoption
The Christian Alliance for Orphans unites more than 200 respected organizations and 850+ church members. Our joint initiatives inspire and equip Christians to effectively live out the Bible’s call to care for orphans and vulnerable children.
Fostering Hope
Chester
Support, Closet
Fostering Hope provides biological, foster, adoptive, and kinship families a place to "shop" for free clothing, toys, shoes, hygiene products, etc.
Justice Works
Chester
Independent Living, Foster Care, Mentorship, Counseling
Justice Works provides support for biological parents looking to reunify with their children, and also provides a variey of social and life skills classes and activities for youth who are aging out/have aged out of foster care.
Pennsylvania State Resource Family Association
Chester
Foster Care, Adoption, Mentorship
PSRFA advocates for all those who care about children and their families. We work supportively with foster, adoptive, and kinship families, and with local foster parent associations and agencies who care for the children they serve.
SWAN: State Wide Adoption Network
Chester
Adoption
The Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN) is a partnership among the Department of Human Services (DHS), the Pennsylvania Adoption Exchange, public and private adoption agencies, organizations, advocates, judges, the legal community, and foster and adoptive parents.
The Bair Foundation
Chester
Foster Care, Adoption, Post-Permanency Support
The Bair Foundation supports children and families through fostercare, Adoption and post permemnancy support
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