Improving Outcomes for Children (IOC)
The Philadelphia Department of Human Services has begun implementation of its Improving Outcomes for Children initiative: a multi-year reform plan aimed at improving the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families.
Adopting a child with special needs can be a demanding job with few guarantees, but a special child can fill your life with love and joy. Please read our Adoption section to learn more about this rewarding gift.
Tabor Success Stories!
Description: Mea enjoys her new life, takes music lessons, and is an honor roll student. She wants to become a lawyer, and Mrs. E. states, “as her mother, I hope to see her reach that goal.”
Tabor Children's Services
Tabor Children's Services has a long rich history of serving children and families in need. We invite you to explore this web site for information about Tabor and its programs. We hope you will choose to become a part of our success serving at-risk children and their families.
Tabor Children's House
Tabor Children's House, one of three separately incorporated divisions of the Tabor organization, is a child development center, licensed through the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, Day Care Division. The center offers a year-round daycare program for children from infancy through kindergarten-age, a school-age child care program and an enrichment day camp program during the summer for school-age children.
Baptist Children's Services
Known as BCS YES!, this agency serves youth through five group homes and two emergency shelters located in Philadelphia and Montgomery counties. While residing in these group homes and shelters, the youth have access to an array of clinically-designed programs and activities. The ultimate goal for the youth is family reunification.Read More About BCS