Programming

Youth Development - TOCFWH coordinates youth development programs through funding from 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) and Department of Human Services Out of School Time (OST) initiative. The programs provide at risk youth with opportunitis to build leadership skills and empower them to become positive agents of change in their communities.

The Data Department is responsible for tracking all program youth demographics, attendance, date of youth physicals, report cards and staff compliance forms such as date of clearances and date of health assessments. TOCFWH uses the following systems to compile student and staff information:

PCAPS – Database that tracks all attendance and demographics for youth; staff date of clearances and health assessments for Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC)

Efforts to Outcome (ETO) – Database that tracks all attendance and demographics for the City of Philadelphia.

TOCFWH In-House Database – Uses EXCEL to track all youth demographics, attendance, date of current health assessments, and school-identifying information.

HIPPA Laws are followed throughout the data collection and entry process.

Safe Haven I (K-5) Robert E. Lamberton, Safe Haven II (K-5) (21st CCLC and OST) Mary McLeod Bethune, and Safe Haven III (K-5) (21st CCLC) Lewis Cassidy and Save Haven IV (K-5) Overbrook Elementary (OST)

Safe Haven I, II, III, & IV are licensed, year-round programs at the Lamberton, Bethune Cassidy and Overbrook Elementary schools, respectively. They provide homework assistance, project-based learning, and academic enrichment activities with a strong focus on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) and literacy; as well as a variety of challenging recreational activities.

21st CCLC I Work Force Development - Overbrook High School

Work Force Development program at Overbrook High School is a school-based year-round pre-apprenticeship program which uses a workforce readiness approach to education by providing: technical education training in Electrical fields, Customer Sales and Services, and Microsoft Office Specialist (Information Technology); academic enrichment (Math and Literacy); career workforce development and entrepreneurial exploration.

Club Den

Club Den is a comprehensive community based, licensed year-round youth development program that promotes good health and academic excellence for K-8th grade students.

Child & Adult Care Food Program

Child & Adult Care Food Program/Summer Food Services Program (CACFP/SFSP) provides meals and snacks to all youth participating in TOCFWH programs. All menus follow the nutritional guidelines of the PA Department of Education and the USDA.

Parent Empowerment

TOCFWH provides parent empowerment workshops to Philadelphia parents and caregivers of youth from birth up to 21 years of age. The goal is to enhance parenting skills and to build positive resilient youth who love to learn. In addition to the workshops, parents receive resource information and referrals.

Prevention Assistance Fund

Through Funding from the Department of Human Services, Children and Youth Division-Family and Community Support Center Prevention Assistance Fund – TOCFWH helps families to identify resources that assist primarily with rent, utilities, clothing, and beds for children.