Information for Clients

The Crozer Keystone Community Foundation provides an array of services to support the health of Delaware County residents. In this section, you will find information on how you can contact and apply to programs that meet your healthcare needs.

For more information about Healthy Start — a program for pregnant women, expectant fathers and families of children under age 2 who live in the service area —  please see Healthy Start program page. To apply for Healthy Start, please call Erica Davis, intake specialist, at 610-497-7460 or 610-497-7344, or complete this online form.

For more information about Nurse-Family Partnership, a nurse home visiting program for families and pregnant moms, please see Nurse-Family Partnership. To apply for Nurse-Family Partnership, please call Amy Martin, project director, at 610-497-7221, or complete this online form.

For more information about Women, Infants and Children (WIC) — a supplemental food and nutrition education program for women, families and young children — please visit the WIC program page. To apply for WIC, please contact the Delaware County WIC Appointment Call Center at 484-471-3320 or see Information for Clients about WIC. You can also complete this online pre-application form. Finally, learn more about the Summer Meals Program – and download the flyer to share with others.

For more information about Drug Free Communities, a substance abuse prevention program, please see the Drug Free Communities program page or contact Nafis Nichols or Mischico Daniels at 610-497-7422.

For more information about Blueprints, a youth development program, please see the Blueprints program page or contact Shakanda White, program coordinator, at 610-497-7348.

The Foundation has a number of other programs to serve the residents of Delaware County. Please see the program pages below to learn more and contact the staff. They are eager to help you.