The term advocacy encompasses the actions one takes in order to effect change for a cause they are invested in.  The Center for Change KSQ, invested in our local community and beyond, partners with many great non-profits, organizations, and events to help effect further change than just those individuals we get the pleasure to sit down with in the cottage. 

Bombus Special Education Advocacy

Bombus Special Education Advocacy was founded by Jocelyn Trapani, in response to her experience with navigating the educational system for 3 of her children with IEPs. Jocelyn, who has over a decade of experience working with IEPs and 504s, has her Masters in Multi-Cultural Education, and spent the majority of her career in corporate training and education. As a Board Certified Special Education Advocate, her goal is to advocate for your child to secure a safe, meaningful and appropriate educational program.
Read more about how Bombus can help you improve your child’s pathway to success in education at

A Child's Light

A Child’s Light provides financial resources to children who have been victimized by sexual assault or domestic violence.  Unfortunately, many abused children never receive trauma informed mental health as a result of limited financial resources.  A Child’s Light is a continuing service to our most vulnerable children and adolescents in Chester County.


Contact Leslie at 610-405-2968 or

Heal PA

HEAL PA is a collection of over 100 volunteers from a wide variety of fields, geographies, ethnicities and life experiences, including several former think tank members and multiple trauma survivors, that has been assembled to serve on 13 action teams focused on implementation of the Trauma-Informed PA plan.  The director here at The Center for Change Kennett Square, Winden Rowe, has been a important member that helped birth this initiative out of the former think tank. 

More about HEAL PA

Community Advisory Board for TBI, PTSD, and Suicide

The goal of the board is to bring together researchers, clinicians, and persons with lived experience to improve the care of civilians, Veterans, and active duty Service Members with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), suicide risk, traumatic brain injury (TBI), or some combination of the three. Our director at The Center here, Winden Rowe, is also a community advisory board member. 

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The Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Join us for the 15th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival, inspiring a love for nature through film.

This year’s festival will be on Thursday September 29th, gates open at 5pm, films begin at 7pm, at the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance’s Myrick Conservation Center Amphitheatre, 1760 Unionville-Wawaset Rd, West Chester, PA 19382

Hosted by Trail Creek Outfitters to benefit Stroud Water Research Center and Brandywine Red Clay Alliance.


Women's Circle

Exciting news, ladies… Women’s Circle is back!
Join us Tuesday November 8th at 6:30 under the full moon to steep in the feminine collective. We will talk and envision releasing what is no longer serving us so we can welcome in and fill up with that which is truly ours. Here’s to fall harvest being the right kind of abundance!
Contact Linda to save your spot! 

Young Adult Group

Thursday Night Men's Group

Through mindfulness and psychotherapy, our group will seek to replenish your passion and foster self-care, supporting individuals and families through mental distress and sociocultural pressures.  We will compassionately identify areas of challenge to navigate the healing experience. Together we will explore evidence-based strategies and techniques such as meditation to release intergenerational pain, blame, and shame.

Happening on Thursdays from 7pm to 8:30pm at the Center for Change, 102 E. Street Road, Kennett Square, PA 19348. Kindly call Jason for questions 610-306-6828.