on 10 August 2016

In building The Bridge, an affiliate of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), a leading nonprofit public health institute serving Philadelphia and the surrounding region since 1972, we set out to forward our belief in design-driven culture.

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on 14 July 2016

 

Turning Points for Children CEO Mike Vogel was quoted in The Inquirer July 14th, "We've all known her for a long, long time, we respect her and without saying anything disparaging to the DHS folks, I think it will be really helpful to have somebody from outside that system to be able to look more objectively at some of the challenges. I mean, it's a hard job. I don't envy her, but I couldn't have picked a better person."

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on 14 July 2016

“We didn’t know where you were or how to contact you. We didn’t know what had happened or that you were in foster care. We’re so sorry,” said Alisa’s family repeatedly.

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on 06 July 2016

 Stop by before you start your day July 22, 2016. Coffee is on us. 

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on 28 June 2016

“There’s a culture of FAST that’s in the schools,” Thompson said. “If you run into somebody who’s been a FAST family, there’s a bond that they have.”

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on 17 June 2016

Children go to school to learn and sometimes their families get something out of it too.

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