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Mission: The Delmarva Clergy United in Social Action, Foundation is a group of people from all ages and religious affiliations that strive to develop and cultivate the human potential of self-esteem and dignity of all people. We practice the principles of love, caring inclusiveness, justice and peace and to enhance the emotional physical and social well being of individuals and families in our communities. This organization is providing a means for residents in local low-income communities to move from dependence towards independence. The Delmarva Clergy United in Social Action, Foundation, for over a decade, has provided service to single adolescent parents, youth at risk for negative life outcomes including pregnancy, disease, crime, poverty and education deprived. DCUSA will be a catalyst in which persons in the community will be able to acquire their education and everyday life skills from our programs. The Delmarva Clergy United in Social Action, Inc., has had their 501©3 since July 14, 1986. If you need a copy of our status, it can be provided for you by a written request of date.

Results: PPHC Shelter/ Transitional Housing This is a temporary housing facility for women and children in emergency need of housing. Along with housing other programs such as budgeting, support groups and transportation are available. Office: 302.839.0208 – Fax: 302.839.0209 DCUSA Food Program/ Soup Kitchen Our Food Program is here to help those in need of food. The Soup Kitchen is free and open to the public each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Classes are offered in meal preparation and budgeting every third Friday of each month from 6pm-7:15pm. DCUSA Hand In Hand Childcare Center The DCUSA Hand In Hand Childcare Center has a mission to enrich the quality of family life by providing peace of mind to parents. Our childcare facility accepts children from the ages of 6 weeks to 12 years old. We have age appropriate programs for each developmental stage in a fun, safe and loving environment. Youth/Teen Crisis Program This is a free service we offer to youths and teens with the hope of creating and reinforcing conditions that promote healthy behavior and lifestyles within themselves. We provide counseling about topics ranging from drugs, sexuality, relationships and much more. Additional activities include trips, parties and guest speakers. Educational Advancements We offer numerous classes to further your education. We have have Adult Basic Education, ABE, which teaches reading, writing, math and life skills to adults and out of school youths 16 or older. We also offer a list of computer classes to help you survive in today’s computer workforce.

Geographic areas served: Sussex and Kent Counties

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