What is Tabor Children’s Services?
Founded in 1907 and serving the community in southeastern Pennsylvania for more than 100 years, Tabor Children's Services is a private, nonprofit child welfare agency that has been accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) since 1997 and is fully licensed through the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.
What is the mission of Tabor Children’s Services?
Tabor is committed to keeping children safe, strengthening families, and promoting independence. Children and youth in Tabor’s care are survivors of abuse and neglect. Families are highly challenged, and most live well below the poverty level. Agency services ensure the safety of children and youth, assist families in making their homes safe, guide youth toward self-sufficient, productive lives, and help families become the parents they always dreamed they would be.
What programs does Tabor Children’s Services provide?
Agency services in Bucks and Philadelphia counties include adoption, in-home services, adolescent life skills programs, supervised independent living for adolescents, treatment foster care, a group home for young men with autism spectrum disorders, a transition program for young men and women with behavioral health diagnoses, and child care for children from infancy through kindergarten.