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