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|Homeless Prenatal Program|
|Address|| 2500 - 18th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
|Hours||M-Th: 9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm, F: 1pm-4pm Closed first Friday of every month. Intakes for new clients: Mornings: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9-11am Afternoons: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 1-3pm.|
2500 - 18th St. San Francisco, CA 94110
M-Th: 9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm, F: 1pm-4pm Closed first Friday of every month.
Intakes for new clients:
Mornings: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9-11am
Afternoons: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 1-3pm.
Provides support services for homeless and poor families with children up to age 18. Services include prenatal and parenting classes, immigrant services, referrals for substance abuse treatment (outpatient and residential), referrals for domestic violence, technology classes, housing assistance, assistance with childcare. Support groups in Spanish and English. Referral not required for services. Spanish-English.
- All of the below services were taken verbatim from the Homeless Prenatal Flier*
Substance Abuse Services
Working with families working on their recovery
- Case Management
- Pre treatment counseling
- Referrals to drug treatment programs
- Advocacy towards getting into programs
- Help with family reunification
- Prenatal and Mental health referrals
- support groups
- Weekly NA meetings ( Mondays at 10AM)
Helping pregnant women achieve healthy births and stable families. We provide parenting classes approved by Department of Human Services and Child Protective Services.
- Prenatal and parent classes
- Home visit and hospital visits
- Prenatal and yoga Classes
- Maternity and Baby Clothing
- Crib Program
Help families get out of the cycle of homelessness by helping them find permanent housing.
- Credit Report
- Housing Resume
- Housing Listing
- Possible help with deposit
- Finding Housing
Working with famlies in empowering them and giving them support
- Case Management
- Help with immigration issues
- Support group for Spanish speaking
Community Health Worker Training Program
Twelve Month Training in
- Office and Receptionist Skills
- Computer Skills
- Community Outreach
- Performing In-Tales
- Job Search Skills
- Participation in Certification Programs
Advocacy and Policy
Helping homeless and low-income families learn and fight for their rights
- Education and trainings about issues
- Family advocacy for housing, shelter, welfare, CPS and/or other problems
- School uniforms and monthly bus passes for homeless children
- Enrolling children in school
- Advocating for Housing Rights
Mental Health Services, On Site Child Care, Computers, yoga, Art, Peer Parent Support
2013-2014 HAP Manual UpdatesEdit
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Homeless Prenatal Program - B 2500 18th St., 94110 415-546-6756 415-546-6778 (Fax) M–Th: 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Fri: 1 p.m.–4 p.m. HPP is closed the first Friday of every month and every Tuesday from 9:00am – 1:00pm.
Intakes for new clients: M/W/Th: 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM M/T/W: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
HPP requires new clients to provide the following documentation, if available: Photo ID cards for all adults in family Social Security cards for all family members Birth certificates for all children in family Proof of pregnancy, if applicable
Homeless Prenatal Program provides support services for homeless and poor families with children up to age 18. Services include prenatal and parenting classes, immigrant services, referrals for substance abuse treatment (outpatient and residential), referrals for domestic violence, technology classes, housing assistance, and assistance with childcare. There are support groups in Spanish and English, and referral is not required for services.