Case Management Services:

Ongoing support for families facing various challenges related to poverty, including domestic violence, substance abuse, parent-child-separation and immigrant status.


Wellness Center:

Prenatal education classes, alternative health services, post-partum and parenting groups, with a specialized program for women with high-risk pregnancies.


Housing Assistance Program:

Limited, short-term financial assistance and workshops that help families obtain and retain safe and stable housing.


Mental Health Services:

On-site individual, couples, family and group therapy for HPP clients.


Community Health Worker (CHW) Training Program:

A year-long job training program that prepares economically disadvantaged women for careers in the nonprofit sector.

Community Technology Center (CTC):

Access to and training in computer and internet use, as well as one-on- one support and workshops in job and housing search and resume writing.


Family Economic Success Program:

Tax preparation services, one-on-one financial education support, as well as support in accessing public benefits.


Childcare Center:

On-site quality childcare for children while their parents participate in services. HPP also has an outdoor Wellness Garden for young children with specialized curriculum led by child development teachers.



Assistance with food, clothing, diapers, baby and children’s items, hotel and transportation vouchers in crisis situations.