Huckleberry’s Mental Health and Health Education teams in Marin have joined forces to pilot a program specifically for Spanish-speaking and Newcomer high school youth entitled Nuestra Salud (Our Health). Newcomer youth are young people who have been in the United States for less than two years. Nuestra Salud recruits youth as peer health educators known […]
To say that the past year has been challenging would be an understatement. From COVID-19 and health inequities, to racial injustice and increasing gun violence, recent and continued collective trauma has proven overwhelming at times for many of us. These traumas, compounded with the challenges of adolescence, have created turbulent environments for many of our […]
Huckleberry’s 2020 Annual Report is here! Take a look at how our amazing staff has pivoted during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide youth and families in the Bay Area with ESSENTIAL services.
San Francisco is set to become the first major city in the U.S. to close its juvenile detention center at the end of 2021. What does this closure mean for our youth and the community at large? Huckleberry’s Community Assessment & Resource Center (CARC) has been at the forefront of juvenile justice reform in San Francisco […]
PARENT’S TURN WORKSHOPS Huckleberry offers a FREE, six-week skill building and support group for parents of teens and young adults in San Francisco. Our next Parent’s Turn Workshops will be held Feb. 3 through March 10, 2021 on Wednesday evenings from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Zoom. If you are interested, please fill out this […]
Huckleberry ACE (Access to College Equity) is currently recruiting interested first-generation high schoolers! Huckleberry ACE Academy students are: -Motivated to go to college and are invested in their future! -First in their family to go to college -Choosing classes in the A-G track -Interested in college readiness, health, and justice -Are eligible to receive free […]