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Designing Education Programs for Today’s Families: Launching PLUS

At HFH's core are three guiding principles: education and recreation, employment, and social services. Over the last three months, HFH staff have been focused on designing an education program for parents that builds on the organization's nearly 35 years of experience delivering services to families experiencing homelessness. This new program, Family Practical Living Useful

2022-06-08T09:58:52-05:00September 28th, 2020|

Cooking Up New Approaches to Culinary Education at HFH

Cooking Up New Approaches to Culinary Education at HFH Opening its doors at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Allie’s Place Center for Culinary Education & Employment has learned to be nimble, resilient, and innovative from the beginning. As HFH’s culinary staff gear up to welcome their first co-hort of students for the Center’s

2022-06-08T10:00:55-05:00September 25th, 2020|

Cooking Up New Approaches to Culinary Education at HFH

Opening its doors at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Allie’s Place Center for Culinary Education & Employment has learned to be nimble, resilient, and innovative from the beginning. As HFH’s culinary staff gear up to welcome their first co-hort of students for the Center’s core training program, they have taken advantage of the unique circumstances

2020-09-25T07:58:45-05:00September 25th, 2020|

COVID-19 & Self-Care for Parents: Tips & Resources

Find a "quiet time" for yourself. With families staying home together, it can be hard to find time for yourself. Look for a "quiet time" during the day when your child is napping, reading, or otherwise safe and occupied. Carve out a space for yourself, even if it's only for fifteen minutes in

2022-06-08T10:08:34-05:00May 4th, 2020|
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Parents Create Vision Boards at Williamsbridge Family Services

Family Services staff at Williamsbridge designed a six-week workshop for parents to visualize the intersection of homelessness, mental health, unemployment, family, and love through the assembly of vision boards. According to staff, the workshop was intended to create "a safe place for clients to express their past sufferings and present distress through dialogue

2022-06-08T10:10:02-05:00March 12th, 2020|
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