Project F.A.M.! Family Support Services

Through Project F.A.M.!, Turning Points for Children offers evidence-based curriculum and program models that provide parents and caregivers with the nurturing tools and strategies to help cope with the challenges of parenting, strengthen family relationships and promote the healthy development of children so they can learn, grow and thrive. 

Family Support Services 
Families at all levels of need and within a variety of settings in the community:

Traditional and non-traditional families
Expectant and teen parents
Fathers
Co-parents 
Foster care and Community Umbrella Agency engaged families
Early Childhood Education Centers

Advocacy builds our foundation of support through case management services, individualized one-on-one support, and the provision of leadership opportunities for program graduates. 

  • ELECT: Education Leading to Employment and Career Training offers case management services to pregnant and parenting teens to help them stay in school, graduate, enroll and continue to post-secondary opportunities. 
  • One-on-One: Parent education groups that go a step further to offer individualized support. 
  • Leadership development: graduates are eligible to apply for internships that help them build skills in program outreach, recruitment, facilitation and evaluation. 

Mastery encompasses the belief that any parent – whether biological, adoptive, foster, extended family members, young or old – is capable of being a nurturing, caring provider. Our parent education curriculum offers the insight to help build knowledge, skills and the confidence to do so.   

Programs for Young Parents

Timeout for Teens & Tots
Be Proud! Be Responsible! Be Protective!
Education Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT)

Programs for Adult Parents

Nurturing Parenting Program
Nurturing Fathers Program
The Positive Parenting Program
Caregiver Engagement Initiative

For more information about our Parenting Support Services, please contact Folasshade Laud-Hammond, Program Director, 215.875.4963 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.