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Behavioral Health Care


ChesPenn offers behavioral health care to our current patients. Our Behavioral Health Consultants provide short term support for conditions including depression and anxiety and can help patients struggling to manage chronic disease. Patients with more severe diagnoses receive referrals to the appropriate services.


Health Education Outreach


ChesPenn staff provides medical and dental health education and screenings in locations across Chester and Delaware Counties.


Social Services


A patients’ health is affected by their income level, ability to maintain stable housing, food security and a host of other economic and social factors. We provide supportive services that empower residents of the communities we serve to live healthier lives.

  • Information and Referral for issues such as housing, employment, food insecurity, domestic violence
  • Smoking Cessation one-on-one counseling
  • Health Education
  • PA Medicaid and PA Health Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Assistance

  • The Eat Fresh Program
The Eat Fresh Program

(Coatesville Patients)

In partnership with the Chester County Food Bank, this Coatesville initiative teaches patients how make healthy food choices and provides fresh produce accompanied by great recipes each week to help them prepare healthy meals for themselves and their families.

  • Fun and Fitness
Fun and Fitness

(Chester patients between the ages of 8-12)

Children referred by our pediatricians for weight management participate in healthy lifestyle and exercise classes. The participants also enjoy educational field trips.

  • Holiday Gift Drive
Holiday Gift Drive

(Chester Pediatric Patients)

Many of our families can’t afford holiday gifts for their children. ChesPenn partners with Delaware Valley Children’s Charities and volunteers to collect and distribute gifts to our Chester patient families. Families are chosen through a lottery held in July.

  • Reach Out and Read
Reach Out and Read

(Delaware County Pediatric Patients)

Early language development is an important aspect of brain development. Encouraging parents to read to their children is an effective way to help children build language skills and promote more interaction between parents and small children. ChesPenn participates in the Reach Out and Read Program, which provides books to young children (6 months – 5 yrs.) during their well child visits with a pediatrician or family medicine provider.

  • The McNeil Children’s Library
The McNeil Children’s Library

(Coatesville Pediatric Patients)

We also host the McNeil Children’s Library in the waiting room of the Coatesville office. Every child who visits the waiting room is encouraged to take home a new or like-new book.


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ChesPenn Health Services is a 501(c)3 charitable organization and contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law. The official registration and financial information of ChesPenn Health Services may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.

Administration

1510 Chester Pike,
Suite 200
Eddystone, PA 19022

Phone: 610-485-3800
Fax: 610-485-4221

Locations

Center for Family Health at Eastside
125 E. 9th Street
Chester PA, 19013
Medical Phone: 610-872-6131
Dental Phone: 610-874-6231

Center for Family Health at Coatesville
744 East Lincoln Highway
Suite 110
Coatesville, PA 19320
Phone: 610-380-4660

Center for Family Health at Upper Darby
5 South State Road
Upper Darby, PA 19082
Phone: 610-352-6585

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