Upper Chichester, PA – Community Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC) has continued to provide essential services to the residents of Delaware County during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  CAADC has been serving Delaware County’s economically disadvantaged residents for over 40 years.  CAADC, a private non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, provides a variety of social services along the continuum of care leading to self-sufficiency.  This has continued despite the COVID-19 Pandemic.  CAADC has continued to provide emergency housing services to the homeless.  In addition, CAADC has provided food assistance to many families.  The Agency has also continued to provide workforce development initiatives.  CAADC is assessing how it will be able to help residents with rent and utility assistance as those issues begin to affect households.  All of CAADC’s services are provided utilizing safe work practices, including personal protection equipment (PPE) as necessary, to deter the spread of COVID-19.

CAADC CEO Edward T. Coleman stated “We are very proud of our staff and all the efforts they have made during this difficult time.  Thanks to them we have been able to continue to support our most vulnerable residents in Delaware County.”

CAADC, a non-profit corporation, provides a wide range of services aimed at encouraging self-sufficiency for low-income individuals and helping families facing an economic crisis.  You can support CAADC through making a donation at its website at www.caadc.org.  Residents needing assistance can call (610) 874-8451.  During the current COVID-19 pandemic, residents needing help should call first to make an appointment or to discuss procedures for obtaining assistance.

Pictured are CAADC staff members at CAADC’s Boothwyn Office.