Domestic Violence Center of Chester County


Mission Statement

The mission of the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County is to provide intervention, education, outreach, advocacy and programs to prevent, reduce and remedy domestic violence in Chester County.

Our History:

The Domestic Violence Center of Chester County has been service our community since 1976. Since then, we have helped over 25,000 survivors of domestic violence.

DVCCC is committed to empowering survivors of domestic abuse through information, and supporting them as they reclaim their lives. The Center provides services at our main, confidentially located site and at satellite sites in Coatesville, Kennett Square, Oxford and coming soon to Phoenixville. Services are available in both English and Spanish, free of charge.

As you browse this website, you will notice the we use the term “survivor” rather than “victim” to refer to individuals who have been subjected to domestic violence. This is a conscious decision, taken to focus on strength and courage rather than victimization.


Learn More:

You can learn more about the Domestic Violence Center my visiting their website.


To make a secure donation, mail checks made payable to:

Domestic Violence Center of Chester County c/o CCCF
28 West Market Street
West Chester, PA 19382