CCWS will see any patients that come for the walk in clinic on Monday, March 23, 2020. Case Management staff will work on a rotational schedule that will go into effect on Tuesday, March 24th where two case managaers along with one person from administration will be in the building to address any critical client needs, to chart any work done remotely, respond to voice mail messages from the general mailbox, and when feasible answer incoming calls.
In order to do our part to contain the spread of the virus we will continue to operate with the remaining staff working remotely effective 3/24/20. All in person prevention work will be canceled until it is safe to resume our programs in the community.
STD screening and treatment and HIV testing will be done on an appointment basis. Call 610-375-6523, ext 105 to make an appointment in the clinic. Leave a message and one of our staff will be in touch.
Updates will be provided here as they become available. Stay safe, stay calm and stay home in order to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Thank You For Supporting Good Thyme For Life!
We want to give a BIG thank you to the many folks who supported our Good Thyme For Life Restaurant Week 2020!
We will provide updates and totals for this successful even soon!
From those of you who made it a point to dine out with us, to our hosts, restaurants and sponsors – we are so humbled and grateful for your support.
We will continue to do our work in our community to support those with HIV/AIDS and to offer resources and education.
Thank you for all the delicious food and generosity of our restaurants: 201 West Food & Spiris, Blind Hartman’s Tavern, Lang Restaurant, Dans at Green Hills, Judy’s On Cherry, Suburban Tavern & Restaurant, Landis Store Hotel, The Inn at Centre Park, and Reading Hospital – Tower Health!
And a special thank you to our event sponsors: Reading Eagle, High Construction Company, East Penn Manufacturing Co., Sparkle Wash Coin Laundires, Barley Snyder, Georgeadis Setley Attorneys & Advisors, RTC Direct Inc., Stevens & Lee/Griffin, L. Samuel Deegan, CPA
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Co-County Wellness Services improves public health through service, education, and advocacy in the PA counties of Berks and Schuylkill. We provide free case case management, HIV medication education; HIV and STD Counseling and Testing; prevention interventions and lead a teen pregnancy prevention initiative Berks Teens Matter.
Thank you for considering a donation to Co-County Wellness Services, a community based 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Your financial donation is tax deductible and it enables CCWS to continue providing service, education, and advocacy for the public health.