Clothing Services

Aaronsburg Community Closet

The Aaronsburg Community Closet is a second hand shop that operates on donations and re-sells the items at affordable prices to members of the community. The proceeds benefit the Aaronsburg Family Service Center. The store is located at 337 E Aaron Square Aaronsburg, PA 16820. The Aaronsburg Community Closet can be reached at 814-349-5850;or by email at roxy_witmer@verizon.net.

Houtzdale Community Closet

Located in the old Woodward School Building at 40 Terrace Drive in Houtzdale, the Community Closet is a second-hand store open to the public that is a great place for anyone to shop. You can visit the Community Closet Monday & Tuesday from 10:00-2:00pm, Thursday from 9:00-2:00pm and Friday 9:00-2:00pm CLOSED from 12-12:30 for lunch daily. Don’t forget that community thrift stores operate on the donations of clothing and other items they receive, so while you’re cleaning out your closet remember to bag up your old stuff and drop it off at your local second-hand shop. All proceeds from the Community Closet benefit the Houtzdale Senior Center. Houtzdale can be reached at 814-378-5120;or by e-mail at svining@cpcaa.net. The store is located at 42 Terrace Drive, Apt 3, Houtzdale, PA 16651.

PA WORKWEAR

Through this program, you may qualify for clothing that will enable you to start a new job, go on interviews, clothes for schooling, or other work related function. CPCA provides professional, business casual, and job specific clothing, at no cost to the consumer, for those that qualify. Examples include an interview suit, hospital scrubs, steel-toe boots , business casual attire, etc. We have two locations that serve Centre and Clearfield counties. All referrals for this program must be approved by local County Assistance offices.

We are currently accepting donations for new/like-new or gently used professional wear such as polo shirts, dress shirts, khakis, dress slacks, steal toed boots, dress shoes, nursing scrubs, ties, new socks/underwear and grooming/hygiene kits. Contact Denny Demchak, 765-1551 ext. 1117 for Clearfield County and Christina Spicer, 355-7501 for Centre County.

Prom Closet – Clearfield County

The mission of the program is to assist area high school students obtain prom attire. Purchasing a prom gown or renting a tuxedo can be very expensive, and families who are already living on a limited income often can’t afford these additional costs. That’s where “The Prom Closet” comes in. Beginning in March, rooms at 214 E. Cherry Street, Clearfield, are transformed into a beautiful boutique where girls can come in to find that perfect dress. We collect, clean and distribute gowns to lend a helping hand for girls attending their prom. The Prom Closet requests gowns, jewelry, shoes, purses and any other prom related items from members of the community. New items are also purchased through fundraising events and cash donations. We request a donation be given with each dress to continue the efforts of providing this service to the community.

The Prom Closet also assists young men attending the prom. The Prom Closet has a select few suits, shirts and pants to choose from.

We have great community partners in Chubby’s Cleaners and Action Graphics of Clearfield. They have made this program a great success this year.

All area students planning to attend their high school prom in need of this service should visit the Prom Closet on one of the operating days or contact CPCA by telephone at (814) 765-1551 or (800) 822-2610. The Prom Closet will be offered on a first come first served basis. Appointments are encouraged and may be scheduled by calling CPCA.

Winter Coat Project – Clearfield County

CPCA is seeking donations as well as clean, gently used winter coats for all age groups. There is a greater need for children’s coats sizes 12 months through teen boys and girls. Also, needed are men’s and women’s size large, extra large, 1X, 2X and 3X. Gloves, hats, scarves and boots are also accepted. Coats are available now to anyone in need. Please contact CPCA at 814-765-1551 or 1-800-822-2610 to make an appointment or donation for the program.