The mission of the Delaware County Family Center (Delco Family Center) is to help families become strong, self-sufficient members of the community. Since 1994, the Delco Family Center has become the heart of a neighborhood-centered strategy to provide comprehensive, prevention-focused services for at-risk families based on known risk factors in Delaware County.The Family Center Initiative is based on the philosophy that the most effective way to ensure the healthy growth and development of children is to support their families and the communities in which they live. Family Centers across the state have been agents for community planning and service delivery according to the interests, needs and priorities within the communities they serve. The Delco Family Center is a safe, warm and respectful environment, where the strengths of individuals and families are recognized and built upon in the delivery of services.
Delaware County Family Center
Mercy Fitzgerald Campus
St. Bernard Hall, 2nd Floor
1515 Lansdowne Ave, Darby, PA 19023
- Kristen Liberati, Program Director | email@example.com
- Angela Jones-Eddins, Family Development Specialist | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Racquel Irons, Program Assistant | email@example.com
Teeter Totter Play Group
The Delaware County Family Center’s Teeter Totter Play Group is now on Zoom! Join the Family Center staff in reading books, singing songs, and family activities!
When: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month | 10 am- 10:30 am
Sign up for Teeter Totter Play Group
Complete the digital form to have the Zoom link sent to you and to receive reminders about play groups!
Positive Parenting Classes – January 2021
Do you want to raise positive, healthy and productive children? Join the Family Center in a 4-Week Positive Parenting Workshop. Topics discussed will include: single/shared parenting, health and nutrition, adjusting to parenting, self-care, discipline, safety, newborn care, and more!
Classes will be held Wednesdays at 10am on January 13th, January 20th, January 27th, and February 3rd.
Parents as Teachers
Parents as Teachers is a national home visiting program designed to provide all parents with children ages birth-five years old with important resources and information to ensure brighter, healthier children. Sign up to learn more about all of the FREE services offered as part of our PAT program and see if it is the right fit for you. You will receive scheduled home visits, screenings, resources, and opportunities to socialize with other parents.