Ma'at Program Year One Report (2019-20)
Annual Evaluation Report | Data with Purpose
This Year One evaluation report of Homeless Children's Network's Ma'at Program tells a data story of community engagement and program implementation to deliver Afri-centric, whole person wellness to underserved Black/African American families in communities across San Francisco.
Deeply trusting, well-established relationships in the Black community that are based solely on unapologetic Afri-centric affirming foundations, function as the life-line between systems of care and Black families.
Ma'at Program Clinician
HCN Annual Impact Report (2019-20)
Homeless Children's Network has been serving children, youth, and families since 1992. We are unique in San Francisco, the hub of a Collaborative of more than 50 other homeless-serving agencies who refer children and families to us for mental health services. In a time of uncertainty, HCN remains a voice of continuity and empowerment for families. Learn more about HCN's response to COVID-19, our programs, expanded services, Ma'at: the Black mental health revolution, new video series, and HCN's impact in 2019-20 in our annual impact report.