“I left Huckleberry with more courage.”
– Huckleberry House client
WHEN ALL YOUTH SUCCEED, OUR COMMUNITY IS STRONGER
We provide a continuum of services rooted in the fundamental rights of young people to be safe, healthy, educated, & treated justly.
For over 50 years, Huckleberry Youth Programs has partnered with teens and families to overcome adversity. Huckleberry strengthens families and empowers young people with services that promote safety in times of crisis, physical and emotional health and well-being, social justice in communities facing inequality, and educational success. When all kids succeed, the entire community is stronger.
Huckleberry House (San Francisco) offers 24-hour crisis services and emergency shelter for high-need youth ages 11 to 17.
Huckleberry Youth Programs offers family and individual therapy as well as case management, groups, drug and alcohol counseling, and behavioral health classes.
The Huckleberry Advocacy & Response Team (HART), works in collaboration with Children’s Protective Services, SFPD, the District Attorney, and the Probation Department, to provide immediate crisis intervention and case management services for trafficked youth.
With our medical partner, the SF Dept. of Public Health, Huckleberry provides comprehensive, age-appropriate, and linguistically and culturally-sensitive healthcare to youth and young adults in San Francisco at the Huckleberry Youth Health Center. Huckleberry is also the leading provider of health education workshops in San Francisco schools, community-based programs, and Juvenile Hall.
With our Marin medical partner, Marin Community Clinics, Huckleberry provides comprehensive, age-appropriate, and linguistically and culturally-sensitive healthcare to youth and young adults in San Rafael’s Montecito Plaza. Huckleberry is also the leading provider of health education workshops in Marin schools and community-based programs.
The Huckleberry Wellness Academies are college and career access programs, preparing first generation college students for post-secondary education. Youth join the program in their sophomore year of high school and continue in the program through their first year of college.
The Huckleberry Community Assessment and Resource Center (CARC) is a single point of entry for crisis intervention, assessment, service integration, and referral of arrested youth.