8/29/2023 Update! Our updated Delaware County Women’s Resource Guide is now available. See below for a downloadable copy.
Check this page for helpful local and regional resources available to groups that have traditionally struggled with inclusion and equity in our community.
Delaware County Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Office has developed a resource flyer for Hispanic Heritage Month.
This flyer includes information about Hispanic Heritage month and provides details about several upcoming events in the Delaware County area.
Please feel free to download and distribute this flyer to increase awareness of this special month-long celebration.
Hispanic Heritage Month [PDF, Updated 9/2023]
Delaware County Women’s Commission and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Office developed the Women’s Resource Guide to support women, girls, and their families.
This Guide provides information on organizations and providers across areas of focus including ,but not limited to, mental health, housing, and employment.
Our hope is that these resources will increase access to vital services for our residents.
Delaware County Women's Resource Guide [PDF, Updated 8/2023]
Everyone has a role in helping to make our community a place that is welcoming for everyone regardless of our differences. This handout provides daily actions each of us can take, to assist in making our communities diverse, inclusive, and equitable.
Daily Reminders to Facilitate Inclusion Flyer [PDF, Updated 7/2022]
Delaware County Government provides a variety of services and programs for residents, businesses and other institutions and organizations in the county.
This brief document provides a quick snapshot of some of these departments and agencies, including select non-governmental organizations, of interest to those that live and do business in Delaware County.
Delaware County Quick Resource Guide [PDF, Updated 7/2022]
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has compiled a list of local, regional, and national LGBTQQIA+ resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersexed asexual, and agender individuals and their allies.
These organizations provide a variety of services to the LGBTQQIA+ community, including counseling, support groups, community engagement events, health services, housing assistance, workshops, networking, and general assistance and advocacy.
Several hotlines and talk & text lines are also listed, providing critical support to those at risk, struggling, or simply in need of someone to talk with.
The resources are available as a downloadable and shareable PDF, and these same resources can also be found on the web page below.
Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month, also known as Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI) is an annual celebration in May that recognizes the contributions and influence of Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander descent, recognized in the United States.
This document provides a short overview of AANHPI Heritage Month.
AANHPI Heritage Month Resource Sheet [PDF, Updated 5/2023]
Juneteenth is a holiday commemorating the emanicipation of formerly ensalved African Americans, which is celebrated on the third Saturday in June. The name comes from the combination of June and the 19th which is the date Major General Gordon Granger issued General Order No.3 proclaiming freedom for slaves in Texas.
This document provides a short overview of Juneteenth.
Juneteenth Resource Sheet [PDF, Updated 6/2023]
Pride Month highlights civil rights advocacy, accomplishments, and influence of the LGBTQQIA+ community.
This document provides a short overview of Pride Month.
Pride Month Resource Sheet [PDF, Updated 6/2023]