• Community Resources
     
    Pennsylvania 2-1-1: A free, and easy-to-remember phone number, 2-1-1 connects people with important resources in their communities- for every day needs and in crisis situations.  The highly trained, multilingual call specialists are available 7 days a week from 8am-8pm to help connect you to thousand of local health and human services, including: Emergency food and housing, job training, medical and mental health services, support for older adults, and youth & child care programs. 
     
    COMPASS: online application to apply for many health and human service programs.
     
    Your Way Home (Montgomery County): Centralized system for screening and intake for those in need of housing  1-877-646-6306
     
    Montgomery County Community Resource Page:  Includes resources for nutrition and health, maternal and child health, oral health, obtaining food, and tobacco cessation, 
     
    Community Health and Dental Care: Providing health and dental care to families, regardless of their insurance.  
     11 Robinson Street, Suite 100  
    Pottstown, PA  19464
    (610) 326-9460
     
    YWCA Tri-County Area:  Offers a variety of classes and workshops for women and children, including an adult literacy center, English as a second language, family literacy, one-on-one tutoring, a parents' network, childcare, and women EXCEL.
    315 King Street
    Pottstown, PA 19464
    (610) 323-1888
     
     
    Parent Support Services
     
    National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)- Montgomery  County: Dedicated to improving the lives of families affected by severe mental illness.  Provides support groups.
     
    Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania:  A statewide parent peer support network for parents and caregivers who are caring for children with behavioral health concerns, physical or developmental disabilities, special health care needs, foster care/adoption,  and educational issues.
     
     
     
     
     




    Prenatal Service Program