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Free HIV & STI Testing Available!

Co-County Wellness Services offers free and confidential HIV & STI testing in both our Berks and Schuylkill County offices! Appointments available as well as walk-ins. Walk-in HIV testing is available in our Reading office on Tuesday from 4-7 and Fridays from 9-4. STI walk-in testing is available on Mondays. STI screening includes testing for syphilis, gonorrhea, and Chlamydia as well as assessment for herpes and genital warts (HPV). Get Tested!

Care and Prevention Services

Free, confidential STI testing; HIV care; teen pregnancy prevention; and more offered to Berks and Schuylkill Residents. Explore services and get support!


HIV Prevention & Care

Learn about HIV prevention, find services, get PrEP, and more! All of our care services are free to anyone who is living with HIV and is a resident of Berks or Schuylkill County. 

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CCWS Events

CCWS is a 501(c)3 organization and hosts several events each year to raise awareness and funds to support the mission. Join us for our events and support the cause!


Co-County Wellness Services provides contact tracing for Berks County and support for stopping the spread of COVID-19. Make a vaccine appointment today!

In Memoriam, William H. “Bill” Woolworth III

We are heartbroken at the unexpected passing of our Co-County Wellness board president William “Bill” Woolworth in March.

Bill has been a steward in our community and to our organization for many years. This has been a devastating loss for so many, especially for those of us lucky enough to call him friend.

He was a native of Berks County and attended Exeter Township High School where he also earned his Eagle Scout. He was a graduate of West Chester University and received his MBA from the University of Baltimore. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law.

Bill had worked most recently as the Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer with Malvern Bank NA, Paoli, PA and had previously served as Executive Vice President, Chief Auditor of Customers Bank. He was a Certified Internal Auditor and recently served as an adjunct professor at Penn State Berks Campus. He was also an adjunct professor at Rosemont College in the MBA program.

Bill and his longtime partner and husband, MD Monir Moniruzzaman, were the owners of Dans at Green Hills Reading, PA, for the past 16 years. The restaurant fulfilled both his dream as an entrepreneur of fine dining and as a sommelier. Wild Bill, as he was affectionately known, loved to cook!

He had a passion for community and volunteerism. He loved to help everyone. He was currently serving as President of the Board at Co-County Wellness Services. He previously served on the Caron Foundation Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee. Bill was a board member of the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He served as a board member for Junior Achievement of Greater Reading and Lehigh Valley. He was an advisory Board member for the University of Baltimore, Merrick School of Business. As a former student of Junior Achievement, he attributed his passion for business because of his JA experience. He was an active volunteer and contributor to the Yocum Institute of Arts Education. He was a member of Nativity Lutheran Church, Reading.

He loved going on cruises and loved trying out new dishes in his kitchen. He had a passion for life, his family and friends.

The Rev. Carol B. Kehler, his pastor, and Carolyn Bazik of Co-County Wellness officiated his services.

If you would like to make a donation in Bill’s memory to Co-County Wellness Services, kindly send to: CCWS PO Box 8626, Reading, PA 19603-8626

Thank you for supporting the work we do and the mission Bill supported and loved for so many years. Bill’s work will live on in the many lives he touched with his kindness and generosity

Thank You For Joining Us
A Good Thyme for Life 2022

March 7th to March 13th, 2022.

A Good Thyme For Life is an annual dining event to raise funds for Co-County Wellness Services. Learn More about the event here:

Co-County Wellness Services supports our community with our mission of public health through service, education, and advocacy. Thank you for supporting our work.

2022’s Participating Restaurants

  • Monday, March 7th – Salutè Ristorante Italiano,
  • Tuesday, March 8th – 201 West Food & Spirits, 610-796-9070
  • Tuesday, March 8th – Saucony Creek Franklin Station Brewpub, 484-755-5680
  • Wednesday, March 9th – Mangia Italian Restaurant, 610-777-6626
  • Thursday, March 10th – judy’s…On Cherry, 610-374-8511
  • Friday, March 11th – The Inn at Centre Park (SOLD OUT)
  • Sunday, March 13 – Dans at Green Hills, 610-777-9611

A Big Thank You To Our

Good Thyme for Life Sponsors

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Coronavirus Contact Tracing

As part of our mission to improve the public health of our community,  CCWS has been running contract tracing for COVID-19 since June of 2020.

In a partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Health and funded by the County of Berks, we have trained volunteers and part-time staff to support this effort.

For questions about the program, call 610-375-6523

When Can I Be Around Others Once I’ve Had Or Been Exposed to COVID-19?

Learn More About Local Contact Tracing:

69 News: Contact tracing leaders urge cooperation, warn of scammers

Reading Eagle: Berks County officials urge people to cooperate with coronavirus contact tracing program

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.

Thank You to Our Partners!

Berks County Contact

429 Walnut Street
Reading, PA 19601
P: (610) 375-6523
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Schuylkill County Contact

512 N. Centre Street · Suite 1B
Pottsville, PA 17901
P: (570) 622-3980
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