Claymont Community Center provides a centralized location for a wide range of valuable programs and services.

In addition to our primary programs, we host tenant agencies and businesses offering medical, social, educational, recreational, and commercial services.

Meet our on-site community partners:

(302) 792-6510
Adopt-A-Family has helped Delaware families in need since 1973 and is coordinated by the Division of State Service Centers in all three counties. The Adopt-A-Family program aids families in crisis – those struggling with illness, homelessness, domestic violence, poverty or unemployment. Most of the beneficiaries are single parent households, children and senior citizens. Click HERE to go to Adopt-A-Family’s website.
(302) 793-0123
Brandywine Child Care and Preschool is a state-licensed child care program serving children full-time from ages 12 month through pre-kindergarten in a school-like setting.  We also offer before and after school programs for older children. Click HERE to go to Brandywine Child Care and Preschool’s website.
Provides young adults ages (18-21) with individualized vocational skills training following completion of the traditional high school program. The SITE Program incorporates both community based and program based work experiences. www.brandywineschools.org (302)792-1093
(302) 792-1200
The Center for Business Growth was created by DFLI, this group is a mixed‑use facility for startup and emerging minority and/or women-owned businesses.  Click HERE to go to the Center for Business Growth’s website.
(302) 798-2870
Claymont State Service Center helps to improve the quality of life for Delaware’s citizens by promoting health and well-being, fostering self-sufficiency, and protecting vulnerable populations.  Click HERE to go to the Claymont State Service Center’s website.
provides counseling services to children ages 2 years and up and also to adults.  Accepts all major insurance plans. www.delawarecenterforcounselingandwellness.com www.centerforchilddevelopment.com (302) 292-1334 x101
(302) 792-1200
The Delaware Financial Literacy Institute (DFLI) & The Money School provides free classes & programs across the state to help individuals, especially those of low to moderate income, become equipped with the tools to get their financial lives in order so that they can become self-sufficient and enjoy financial well-being over time.  Click HERE to go to DFLI ‘s website.  Click HERE to go to The Money School’s website.
Road to Recovery Outpatient Substance Abuse Services address the needs of chemically dependent adults and adolescents (18 and older) in New Castle County and provides service options within the Wilmington area. www.gaudenzia.org (302) 307-1300
(267) 784-0973,  (302) 494-2102
GTech Cleaning is a full-service cleaning company for commercial and construction cleaning , such as schools businesses, and laboratories using environmentally sustainable and safe solutions.  Click HERE to go to GTech Cleaning’s website.
(302) 655-6187
Henrietta Johnson Medical Center (HJMC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center and provides a range of medical services.  HJMC participates with most insurances, including Medicaid and Medicare, and has a sliding fee scale based on income for uninsured patients.  Click HERE to go to HJMC’s website.

(302) 746-7844

Home Helpers & Direct Link of Wilmington is dedicated to providing trusted and respected comprehensive home care services and support for individuals who choose to remain independent wherever they call home. Please click here to here to be directed to their website.

Brandywine Center: (302) 792-7826
Claymont Center: (302) 792-9065
New Castle County Head Start, Inc. is dedicated to enhancing the cognitive, social, emotional and physical well being of children and families in New Castle County, Delaware. The agency provides quality early care and educational programs for preschool children, as well as supportive family services in partnership with parents and their communities.  Click HERE to go to Head Start’s website.
(302) 798-2392
WIC provides nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, breastfeeding support, and referrals to other healthcare, welfare and social services to low-income women, infants & children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk.  Click HERE to go to WIC’s website.

To learn more about how to become a tenant at Claymont Community Center, please visit our Facility Rentals page or call Debbie Quinn at (302) 792-2757 ext. 158.

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