Homeless Children’s Network History & Mission
Since 1992, HCN has been providing comprehensive mental health services, case management, early childhood mental health consultation, education, aftercare, and family support services to over 2,000 homeless children, youth, parents, and providers. On behalf of a 35-member collaborative, HCN provides a forum for networking, education, mental health referrals, and shared resources for homeless service providers.
HCN’s mission is to decrease the trauma of homelessness and domestic violence; and to provide strength-based, family-family focused and culturally-appropriate prevention and intervention services to children, youth, parents, and families; and to increase the strength and effectiveness of HCN’s collaborative efforts; HCN provides comprehensive on-site mental health, family support, community development and education, and early childhood mental health consultation services for homeless children, youth, and their families at emergency, domestic violence and transitional shelters, as well as single room occupancy hotels (SROs), schools, childcare centers, and permanent supportive housing sites.
Homeless Children’s Network’s
June 2, 2013
Homeless Children’s Network (HCN) is proud to celebrate 21 years of supporting Bay
Area homeless children, youth, and families. Join us in celebrating with a 5K run/
walk in beautiful Golden Gate Park on Sunday, June 2, 2013. Funds raised go to
support the 2,000 homeless children, youth and families HCN serves every year. You
can help change lives.
Date: June 2, 2013
Start Time: 10:00amBasic Fundraising Requirement: $25
Suggested Fundraising Amount: $200
Register today! **
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Together we are strong. They are counting on us. We are counting on you!
Change a life one step at a time.
** Registration deadline is May 24, 2013.
Support HCN through Charitable Auto Resources
Thinking of donating your car? Have the proceeds benefit HCN! Find out more at the CARS website.
Did You Know?
- Homelessness has a devastating effect on a child's success in school.
- Many children aged between six and seventeen years who are homeless struggle with serious mental health issues.
HCN is working hard to decrease the trauma of homelessness and domestic violence through its many programs and services. Read more facts about homeless children here, and find out how HCN addresses these needs, and how you can support our work.