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                                   UPCOMING EVENTS:

May is Mental Health Awareness month! JJC is hosting a virtual screening day on May 24, 2021. If you or someone you care has questions about their mental health and wellbeing, please click this link for a screening that can assist you or someone you care about.

Click here for access to your Free Mental Health Screening 

Interested in becoming a certified and licensed foster parent at JJC?  Our free information sessions will provide you with all the information and tools needed to become a licensed and certified foster parent. You can register by calling 215-849-2112 ext. 5411 or by clicking this link: Foster Parent Online Inquiry

Tuesday, May 25, 2021 6pm -8pm

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 10am -12pm

Tuesday, June 29, 2021 6pm-8pm

Tuesday, July 13, 2021 10am -12pm

Tuesday, July 27, 2021 6pm-8pm

Tuesday, August 10, 2021 10am-12pm

Tuesday, August 31, 2021 6pm-8pm

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 10am-12pm

Tuesday, September 28, 2021 6pm-8pm

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 JJC provides an array of services to youth and families who enter our system through the Philadelphia Family Court System, the Department of Human Services, and Community Umbrella Agencies. We also provide community based programs that are open to the public.

This page is dedicated to helping the public learn about JJC programs, upcoming events, and other child welfare resources available to anyone who may be in need of services whether they are children in severe circumstances, parents in need of support, or anyone wishing to make a difference in the life of a child.

If you suspect or to report child abuse please call: 1-800-932-0313

Online Child Abuse Reporting System: For mandated reporters, you can report suspected child abuse from this link:

To report child abuse or suspected child abuse in Philadelphia, please call: The  Philadelphia Department of Human Services Child Protective Service: 215-683-6100

RunWall wideA majority of the children and youth we help have been exposed to and are victims of trauma and childhood adversity.  Please take a moment and view the video below to learn more about childhood trauma and its impact on children. Nadine Burke Harris is an expert on the subject matter and provides great insight during this TED Talk video.

Mother and son - a teamIf you or someone you know could benefit from attending an empowerment class to enhance one’s parenting classes,  JJC provides  12-week classes that are highly interactive, informative and supportive. Our classes are open to the community and through referrals from Family Court, DHS, Public Health Management Corporation, and Community Umbrella Agencies. There is no cost to attend! Only requirement is that you have children under the age of 18 in your care or in the care of someone else.

Enhance your parenting skills and empower yourself  by learning:

  • Effective discipline methods
  • Guide for safe choices
  • Avoiding power struggles
  • Gain trust of your children
  • Self-care
  • and lots more!

2020-2021 Class Schedule: All parenting classes are virtual at this time due to COVID-19.

If a class has already started, it is not too late to join! Our parent educator will continue to work with you until you acquire all 12 sessions!

New class Location have been added: 

Jardel Recreation Center

1400 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. 19111

Tuesdays:  6:00 pm to 8:00pm

On going classes are held at:

Juvenile Justice Center of Phila. (Admin Office)

100 West Coulter Street

Philadelphia, Pa 19144

Thursdays 10am to 12:00pm

Referrals:

If you or someone you know would like to enroll in  JJC’s Parent Empowerment Program please contact:

Migdalia Hernandez, Parent Education Coordinator

 (215) 849-2112 ext. 5105

E-mail: MHernandez@juvenilejustice.org

Check out this video below that show the impact of our IPS Program:

Intensive Prevention Services Program

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