1526 Fairmount Ave.
Responsible for providing services to 118 children.
DHS contracts in 2006: $8.2 million.
The company provides services to children in their homes and runs a temporary shelter for 20 teens awaiting permanent placement. Children typically spend a few weeks there.
Though DHS has rated the company's in-home case management as "good," Gwendolyn Bailey, who oversees the shelter, said a Philadelphia judge stopped the shelter from receiving new cases after learning that teens were leaving without permission.