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Decade to Doorways

In 2012, The Chester County Department of Community Development instituted a 10-year strategic plan to prevent and ultimately end homelessness in Chester County.  The plan, Decade to Doorways, advocates moving families and individuals into independent housing as soon as possible. It does so while providing vital wrap-around services plus limited subsidies to help families maintain and sustain living in their own home.  The mission of Home of the Sparrow directly aligns with this plan. Home of the Sparrow has already made great strides to advance our programs so that we may help additional women and children through these initiatives.

Off-Site Hours at Key Partner Locations

Our program team holds regular off-site office hours at key partner locations. With the help of our partners ORION Communities, and Chester County Opportunities Industrialization Center, we are making it possible for women from all corners of Chester County to access our services.

In addition to our headquarters in Exton, we have satellite locations in Phoenixville and Coatesville. There, women can meet with our experienced program coordinators. They can get information about our supportive housing services and access referrals to community resources and support systems.


Our Off-Site Hour Locations are:

Orion Communities in Phoenixville
9am – 12pm
237 Bridge St, Phoenixville
Program Coordinator: Kristen Jaggers

9am – 12pm
22 North 5th Avenue, Coatesville
Program Coordinator: Kristen Jaggers

If you are a woman in need of housing support, please come and speak to us at one of our off-site locations, call us at 610-647-4940 or send us a message. In the case that we are unable to help you through our own programs, we will refer you to other available resources in our community.

If you are currently experiencing homelessness in Chester County, please call 2-1-1.
Click here for more information in English and Spanish

Our services are made possible by generous donors who believe that no woman or child should have to experience the trauma of homelessness. To support our programs, please click here to make a donation.

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