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Community Prevention Partnership

227 North Fifth Street
Reading, PA 19601

Phone: 610 - 376-6988
Fax: (610) 376-7384

  • Circle of Friends Drop-In Center
  • Drug Free Communities (DFC) Support Program
  • Education Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT) Program
  • Kids Against Pressure (KAP)
  • Nurse Family Partnership
  • Parents as Teachers Program
  • Parent Partner Program
Nurse Family Partnership


227 N. 5th St, Reading PA 19601

Counties served: Berks
Phone: 610-376-6077
  • For first time mom's

Heating Assistance / LIHEAP


The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat. 

How to Apply: There are three different ways you can apply for LIHEAP, online, on paper, or in person.

Women, Infant's, & Children's Supplemental Nutrition Program (WIC) of Reading

501 Washington Street, Reading, Pennsylvania 19601

Phone: 610-373-5545

A nutrition program that helps young children, pregnant women, and new mothers stay healthy and eat well. The government program provides free food and nutrition advice.

Cerebral Palsy Guide

Cerebral Palsy Guide - Your Guide to Cerebral Palsy

866 637 1083

Cerebral palsy is a group of neurological disorders affecting motor and developmental skills. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 345 children in the United States have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy caused by medical malpractice is often preventable. 


121 South Second Street, Reading, Pennsylvania 19602

Phone: 610-376-2850

Offers a number of programs to the low income. Among them include assistance for late utility payments when facing a shut off, job finding and training, housing, and case management. The non-profit also offers emergency assistance for the needs of migrant and seasonal farm workers. Programs are also available for rural disadvantaged people who may not be eligible for other emergency financial aid or government programs. Available services include nutritional assistance, emergency shelter, mortgage help, first month and back rental assistance, and one time utility bill assistance.

YMCA Baby University

631 Washington St., Reading, Pennsylvania 19602

Phone: 610-378-4700

The Baby University program is an early care and education program that focuses on building parenting skills, child development, and school readiness. The program provides 10 weeks of education and support for parents with children 0 to 4 years of age.  Classes are supplemented with home visits and helps parents by providing them with effective strategies and tools to further develop their competence as their child's first and most important teacher. Baby University classes are held in both English and Spanish. Free childcare and breakfast is available to all participants.  For more information contact: Gina Pena-Garcia at 610-378-4748.

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