This December, follow us as we share 25 stories of health, hope and community.
In the last 9 months:
HPP’s Fatherhood Initiative receives the spotlight in a San Francisco State University Health Equity Institute documentary, encouraging positive participation by fathers living in low-income communities.
When people ask me about my clients I tell them that they want the same thing I want for my kids – healthy, happy lives.
From helping the homeless to homeless herself.
Julianne and Seth rebuild their lives, together.
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Over 80 children from HPP families currently in the shelter system had a ball at the San Francisco Giants’ annual holiday party at AT&T Park. Led by HPP childcare staff Jeaneth Palacios and Helen Neeley, children were treated to a magic show, pizza party, and of course some one-on-one time with Santa himself. SF…
Congratulations to HPP’s Dependency Drug Court Program, which celebrated its third anniversary on Nov. 18 with partners and supporters from the San Francisco Superior Court, Human Services Agency, Department of Public Health, City Attorney’s Office, and Hamilton Family Services! Patrick Mahoney, Supervising Judge of the Unified Family Court Division, Commissioner Catherine Lyons, and successful…
Sparked by a trio of dynamic HPP Community Health Workers (CHWs), a new fatherhood-centered workshop titled the Fatherhood Reunification Education Empowerment (F.R.E.E.) Project launched this month. The weekly workshop will offer a safe and comfortable space for fathers to learn ways to become more engaged and active in their children’s lives, as well as…