HPP was invited to join the nation’s first subsidized diaper program for low-income families. San Francisco now distributes free diapers through a network of family resource centers…
KALW profiles a local HPP doula: “It’s just disappointing that a lot of low-income families don’t know about doulas and midwives.”
Read a profile of HPP’s work from the local community perspective in The Potrero View.
Each month, for seven and a half years and counting, mom and portraitist Keri Vaca makes time to photograph society’s most vulnerable women. Read more in The Huffington Post.
Read the blog post featuring HPP’s Carrie Hamilton by Keri Vaca of Small Miracles Photography.
What’s it like to run an award-winning nonprofit for 25 years? Learn about the revelations and challenges faced by HPP’s Founder and Executive Director Martha Ryan in The Huffington Post.
“Prenatal care is very near and dear to my heart.” – Kim Bochy
HPP is so proud to be a part of this amazing family’s journey. Read the full article on The Huffington Post.
HPP’s Martha Ryan joins the conversation on KQED Forum on the severity of child homelessness.
On September 30th, HPP celebrated its silver anniversary by recognizing those who made it all possible.