Berks County Welfare (Pennsylvania)

Berks County WIC Offices provide access to the Women, Infants, and Children nutritional program in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Berks County WIC Offices process applications to join the Berks County welfare program, provide nutrition education, and administer food services to eligible people. Pregnant and recently pregnant women, infants, and young children are eligible for the program if they meet income requirements and are at nutrition risk. Berks County WIC Offices determine eligibility for benefits and accept applications, and they may conduct assessments for determining nutrition risk. WIC Office services may be available through their website.

Boyertown WIC Office Boyertown PA 200 Spring Street 19512 610-367-6957

Reading Center WIC Office Reading PA 501 Washington Street 19601 610-373-5545

Reading Laureldale Center WIC Office Reading PA 555 Raymond Street 19605 610-939-8353

Shillington Center WIC Office Shillington PA 7 East Lancaster Avenue 19607 610-775-4210

Berks County Food Stamp Offices administer the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), a form of nutrition assistance provided to income-eligible households in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Local Berks County Food Stamp Offices can process applications for SNAP benefits, help determine eligibility for the program, and provide nutritional education. They also help administer monthly benefits, distribute food assistance benefits, and accept applications from individuals and Berks County households. Food Stamp Offices in Berks County may also monitor compliance with SNAP rules. Food Stamp Offices provide access to information and services on their websites.

Berks County Assistance Food Stamp Office Reading PA 625 Cherry Street 19602 610-736-4211

A Berks County Child, Youth, and Family Services Office provides programs and services to assist children, youth, and families in Berks County, Pennsylvania. This can include protective services, emergency assistance, and income support programs. Berks County Child, Youth, and Family Services Departments may offer job training, education assistance, and childcare subsidy programs. They may also be responsible for children's welfare services, such as adoption and foster care, as well as regulating and licensing Berks County child daycare providers. They may be responsible for enforcing Berks County child support payments and investigating child abuse, domestic abuse, and elderly or adult abuse. The Child, Youth, and Family Services Office may provide access to services on its website.

Berks County Youth Center Leesport PA 1261 County Welfare Road 19533 610-396-0310