Huckleberry’s Community Assessment & Resource Center (CARC) was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle! Read the full article, “Making amends, not doing time: SF prosecutors say youth program achieves results.” The article highlights CARC’s work in restorative justice, which brings victims of crime, youth offenders, and others together to talk about the crime and develop […]
On September 4, 2019, A Way Home America (AWHA) announced San Francisco as a selected community of its Grand Challenge to end youth homelessness at the True Colors United Impact Summit in Washington, D.C. The Grand Challenge aims to end homelessness for LGBTQ+ youth and youth of color, and pave the way to eventually […]
On Wed. July 10, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced that the city of San Francisco received a $9.3 million dollar grant from the CA Depart. of Social Services to provide housing and services for SF youth who are survivors or at risk of human trafficking. Huckleberry, along with community-based partners, will pilot innovative alternatives […]
Read all about how our programming in San Francisco and Marin Counties has provided over 7,000 youth with SAFETY, HEALTH, JUSTICE & EDUCATION in our FY 18 Annual Report, covering July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018. Download a full copy here. To view a copy on Issu, click here.
February 27, 2019 Dear Huckleberry Family, We want to, again, thank the entire Bay Area community for supporting us during our recovery after the devastating Feb. 6 fire at our offices at Geary and Parker. We are in the process of looking for permanent space to relocate our Administrative offices and the Huckleberry Wellness Academy-SF […]
Huckleberry’s Administrative Offices and the headquarters of the Huckleberry Wellness Academy-SF, were displaced as a result of the Feb. 6, 2019 fire at Geary and Parker in San Francisco. Below are links to articles covering the devastating fire. The Bay Area Reporter: Nonprofits work to recover from SF fire. Hoodline: With office seriously damaged in gas […]