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    Huckleberry Youth Programs Covered In the SF Chronicle!

    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 […]

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    Huckleberry’s History Featured in SF Weekly!

      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 […]

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    Huckleberry News Archive

    Huckleberry’s latest press and media coverage and our news archive: Huckleberry House doors wide open to runaways 50 years on: The SF Chronicle covers the beginnings of Huckleberry Youth Programs and the importance of our work, July 2017 A Flare In the Dark: SF Weekly article that explores the […]

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    Huckleberry’s Cirque du Soleil LUZIA Benefit Raised $126,000 for our programs!

    Thank you to everyone who attended our Cirque du Soleil benefit on Thursday, Jan. 19! With your help, we raised a total of $126,000 for our programs serving youth and families in San Francisco and Marin Counties!   VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT HERE.   […]

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    Huckleberry House Featured in El Tecolote for #SFHomelessProject

    “On the corner of Lyon and Page Street in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district sits the Huckleberry House, an oasis for runaway and homeless youth. The baby blue and brick chimney Victorian-style home is open 24 hours a day, offering shelter seven days a week.” Read […]

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    “PrEP” For Youth Q&A

    Ashley Rojas, Huckleberry’s Community Health Coordinator, recently answered some very important questions about the work we do in the community.   Click on the image to watch her answer the following pressing questions: Where is Huckleberry located? What is H.Y.P.E.? Who do they serve? How […]

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