El Centro – Center for Hispanic Resources

 

The Hispanic Resource Center was developed in response to the largely unmet needs of Spanish-speaking individuals in the Chester community. Its mission is to help local Hispanic residents learn about and obtain community resources. The Hispanic Resource Center is a one-stop-shop that connects program participants and other individuals with a wide range of services, including case management, translation, appointment scheduling, health education, assistance with applications and agency referrals. El Centro, which is part of the women and children’s programs of Crozer-Keystone Community Foundation, is designed to meet a broad array of needs within the Hispanic population. It is located at 2602 W. Ninth Street, 2nd floor, Chester, Pa., and is open Wednesdays only, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. –

For more information, please download the Hispanic Resource Center brochure in English or Spanish or contact Daisy Artiles, (610) 497-7308.

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