Berks Teens Matter
Berks Teens Matter now has a COVID-19 Resources page!
Find info on safe sex during COVID-19, activities for teens, parent-teen lessons, community resources (financial assistance, mental and sexual health, etc.) and so much more!
Co County Wellness Services is proud to lead Berks Teens Matter, a teen pregnancy prevention program that aims to reduce teen pregnancy in Berks County by 40% by 2022 and whose mission is for public and private stakeholders to work together to develop and implement a coordinated plan to sustain programs and practices to reduce teen pregnancy, leading to improved educational outcomes and long term well-being of families and communities in Berks County. Berks Teens Matter is an initiative of Co-County Wellness Services and a community partner of United Way Berks.
Berks Teens Matter is supported by the following partners:
Berks Coalition to End Homelessness; Berks Community Health Centers; Berks Counseling Center; Berks County Community Foundation; Berks County Intermediate Unit; Berks County Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities Program; Berks County Public Libraries; City of Reading; Community Prevention Partnership; Junior League of Reading; Kenhorst One UCC; Leadership ROI; Maternal and Family Health Services; Olivet Boys and Girls Club; Penn State Health Medical Group- All About Children; Pennsylvania Department of Health; Planned Parenthood Keystone; Power of the Purse Fund; Reading School District; Safe Berks; Senator Judy Schwank; Tower Health; United Way of Berks County; Wells Fargo; Wyomissing Foundation
Support Our Cause
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.