On May 6, The Pew Charitable Trusts announced that it will provide $8.46 million over the next three years to 46 Philadelphia-area organizations serving some of the region's most disadvantaged children and their families. Public Health Management Corporation received a $187,000 grant to continue support to assess homeless children at risk of developmental delay and link them to needed services. Additionally, two PHMC affiliate, Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) and Turning Points for Children (TPC) received grants of $212,000 and $180,000 respectively. The grant for JJPI will support expanded services to children and adolescent survivors of sexual abuse, while the TPC grant will support at-risk students in Philadelphia, as part of its Middle School – Families and Schools Together (FAST) programming.