I am excited to share the news that Turning Points for Children has been named a Top Workplace by The Philadelphia Inquirer Top Work Places 2021!
Because of you good things happened in 2020 as well.
This is our Turning Points continuum wheel: an interlocking set of evidence-based programs that provide resources and services to vulnerable individuals.
Your donations support all of these initiatives. You help keep the wheel in motion.
I won't pretend this has been a normal year. Things are challenging for everyone right now, and even if the world feels anything but normal we hope this letter finds you well and safe in your home.
But how safe is it to be home when your home isn’t safe? That is the question that Lynn faced.
In honor of LGBTQ History Month we want to share the incredible story of one of our staff members whose unexpected journey led to the creation of a now international symposium on caring for LGBTQ youth.
Leigh and her wife Sophie were not expecting to take in a teenager. They had their hands full with their 8-year-old son and Leigh was a social worker who had never once mentioned fostering.
Turning Points for Children, a subsidiary of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), held its annual Kids at Heart Gala on Thursday, September 10. The virtual 2020 “Light up the Night” program was hosted by NBC10 News Anchor Keith Jones and honored Richard J. Cohen, President & CEO of PHMC; PECO and Mike Innocenzo, President & CEO of PECO; and Rakia Reynolds, Founder & CEO of Skai Blue Media for their impact on underserved communities in the region.