Daily drop-in (or phone/email) support, crisis management, emergency services (including food, clothes, diapers, hotel vouchers) and referral services.
Helps homeless and low-income families secure and maintain stable housing. Program services include housing search and placement, financial assistance with move-in costs, lifting barriers to obtaining housing, budget counseling and short-term rental subsidies.
Trauma-informed support for families with complex needs such as high-risk pregnancies, involvement with child welfare and/or substance use disorders, domestic violence, mental health needs, complex challenges to housing and/or a variety of factors that require more intentional and long-term support.
Transitional living facility for homeless pregnant and postpartum women located in the Bayview District. Residents receive 24-hour support and assistance with permanent housing. Learn more about Jelani House.
Activities that encourage a healthful transition from pregnancy to parenting by offering a holistic and integrated array of services designed to help women deliver healthy babies, encourage mother/child bonding and acquire parenting skills that promote positive child development, including prenatal classes, group prenatal care, alternative health services (e.g., prenatal yoga classes, acupuncture, doula support), postpartum support, lactation consulting and family planning counseling.
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Mental Health & Parenting Services
Onsite individual, couples, family and group therapy to HPP clients, as well as parenting classes, fatherhood services and children’s playgroups.
Community Health Worker (CHW) Apprenticeship Program
A 16-month, paid, accredited job training program with an apprenticeship credential that prepares former clients and women from the community for careers in community health.