Since 1967, Huckleberry Youth Programs has been at the forefront of preventing youth homelessness by providing crisis services that keep youth with their families, off the streets, and hopeful for a better future. In Fiscal Year 2017/2018, Huckleberry’s programs touched the lives of more than 7,100 youth and families in the Bay Area.
With Group Home Reforms in California, Fears Emerge About How Sexually Trafficked Youth Will Fare
“For middle school students, we talk about situations under the context of consent and boundaries,” Huckleberry’s, Intervention Service Coordinator, Carly Devlin said. “We talk about why it is important to have boundaries not just with strangers, but with people you know, because often traffickers are known people in a child’s life.” Read full article in […]
Adolescence is a time of great challenges and even greater possibilities. This year, Huckleberry Youth Programs is celebrating 50 years of empowering “high-risk and high-potential” youth to realize these possibilities. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE
Huckleberry Youth Programs was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle’s July 4 newspaper. The article touches on the origins of Huckleberry Youth Programs and the importance of the programs offered to Bay Area youth and families. To read the full article, you can find it here!: San Francisco Chronicle: Huckleberry House Doors Wide Open to Runaways 50 Years […]
Huckleberry Youth Programs made it on the cover of SF Weekly’s June 8-14, 2017 edition, and just in time for our actual 50th Anniversary on June 18! The article is an in-depth exploration of Huckleberry’s evolution over the years, as we have adapted to meet the ever-changing needs of Bay Area youth and families. To read […]