Community Resources

Below is a list of resources that provide a variety of information, assistance and/or services for our community.  Please click on the underlined name for more information on that resource or organization.

2-1-1 Southeast PA – With one phone number, callers gain free, confidential access to thousands of programs and services including basic human needs resources; physical and mental health resources; employment support; support for older adults and persons with disabilities; youth and child care programs; and regional disaster preparation. Help is available seven days a week from 8am to 8pm by calling 2-1-1.

Chester County Community Resource Directory – Find health and human services resources available in Chester County by searching the Chester County Community Resource Directory.

Chester County Department of Aging – Contact the Chester County Department of Aging if you are a senior in need of in-home help or support.  For more information or to schedule an assessment, call 610-344-6350 or click on the link above.

Coventry Food Pantry – The Coventry Food Pantry is a provider for The Emergency Food Assistance Program for Northern Chester County, serving all municipalities in the Owen J Roberts School. Families must meet certain residential and income guidelines. South Coventry Township partners with the Coventry Food Pantry as a non-perishable food collection site and by distributing fresh produce that is donated during the summer growing season.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events – South Coventry participates in these regional collection events where residents can safely dispose of household chemicals and hazardous materials. These events are held in various locations in the region throughout the year. The one held in South Coventry Township is usually scheduled in May and is located at the Owen J Robert Middle School. Please note that they will NOT accept E-waste at these events.

PECO Assistance Programs – PECO has a variety of assistance programs to help residents who may have trouble paying their energy bills or who are considering making changes toward energy efficiency.

Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drug Disposal – Neighboring township’s police departments (including North Coventry and West Vincent) now have permanent medication collection boxes where residents can safely dispose of medications. Please do not flush your medications down the toilet! Septic systems and sewage treatment facilities are not capable of removing medications during the treatment process so your medications will end up in our creeks and streams.