Educate & Empower
YWCA Tri-County Area educates children, youth, families, and communities. Our programs empower individuals to learn and grow across the lifespan, providing the foundation for a healthy and thriving community.
Since 1908, YWCA Tri-County Area has empowered women, girls, and families. From early education and youth development to advocacy and adult education, every program is related to our core mission.
Our goal is to help families in the Tri-County Area achieve optimal social and emotional health, wellness, and success. Being a trauma-informed organization means we can help children, youth, and families thrive.
YWCA is not just an organization, it is a movement. More than 200 local associations across the United States represent an ongoing collective effort to transform society.
Early Education Center
The STARS-4 Pottstown Center offers infant, toddler, and two Pre-K Counts classrooms, and two Early Head Start classrooms.
Advocating for Change
YWCA Tri-County Area advocates for racial justice, civil rights, and women's health and safety.
Youth Empowerment and Leadership
For over ten years the YW Healthy Pathways Project have created a fun, healthy, education based environment for girls.