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The Bridge offers home-based case management services for youth struggling with truancy and academic problems, including individual and family counseling and resources. Contact: 267.350.7634
An outpatient and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program for up to 100 women with children Contact: 215.923.0218 For more information, click here >  ...
An assessment tool designed to support initial and periodic assessment planning and evaluation for children in foster care. CANS program staff assess the needs and strengths of children and adolescents ...
Treats children and adolescents (ages 3-19) who have been sexually abused or are presenting developmentally inappropriate sexual behaviors Services can include: initial psychological evaluation; psychiatric ...
Provides Child Custody Evaluations to the Courts when parenting fitness and physical custody of children after a marital separation or divorce are in question. Contact: 215.701.1560 For more information, ...
Provides support to children three and under with developmental delays or disabilities Contact:   215.731.2139 For more information, click here >  ...
Community-based parenting programs conducted by 40 agencies throughout the city Contact: 215.825.8259 For more information, click here >
The program assesses the children's needs and designs individualized plans to adequately prepare each student for public school re-entry, higher education admissions or job placement following graduation ...
Provides parent education and family support services for parents and children by working with schools, mental health and substance abuse counselors, and community volunteers in order to strengthen families ...
Decides legal matters involving children and families Contact:   215.568.4272 For more information, click here >  ...
[Formerly Alternative Response System (ARS)] enhances parents' abilities to meet the basic and well-being needs of their children and prevent the onset of abuse and neglect. Contact 215.875.4961 For ...
  Enables children in out-of-home care or in some cases still in the home to reconnect with family members or other significant people in their past whom they have lost contact with. Contact 267.236.1557 ...
Provides home visiting and other support to families with children 21 and younger with special health care needs* *Formerly available through Resources for Children's Health Contact: 215.731.615 ...
Provides help to caregivers in an intensive in-home program to develop parenting skills and protective capabilities to keep their children from having to enter foster care. Contact 215.875.1561 For ...
Residential treatment program for 20 women and their children with substance abuse and mental health disorders and their children Contact: 215.849.4606 For more information, click here >  ...
...  and their children Contact: 215.871.0300 For more information, click here >  ...
Supports families in which children are being raised by and extended family member or family friend. Contact (215) 875-4961 For more information, click here >    ...
A home-based program option was created to help parents help their children reach the developmental goals they have for them Contact 215.731.7145 For more information, click here >  ...
Provides after-school and summer programs to more than 20,000 Philadelphia children Contact: 215.825.8200 For more information, click here >  ...
Provides residential care to children and adolescents coming from a variety of environments, including a designated number of beds available for children and adolescents being discharged from psychiatric ...

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