Carol Argiro

Why Sleep Out?

Each year, Huckleberry House invites the community to Sleep Out in solidarity with the more than 3,000 youth, ages 12-24, who will find themselves without

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Carol Argiro

Huckleberry House Day

March 6 is an important date in Huckleberry House history. On March 6, 1970, Huckleberry House was established as a shelter for runaway youth in

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Jonathan Ross

Housework with Homestead

Every house needs some upkeep. For our Crisis Shelter, that can be a bit of an understatement. We have been fortunate enough to partner with

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Sonya Thesing

A front door of your own

A Front Door of Your Own Have you ever thought about all the meaning behind walking through the door to your home? Our front doors

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Sonya Thesing

Marsh Brook Place House Warming

You are cordially invited to a special house warming celebration as Ohio opens its first permanent supportive housing program for youth. In mid-August, 40 young

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Victoria Alesi

The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House

Below is a transcript of an interview between Victoria Alesi, Development Manager and Abbey Wollschleger, Programs and Clinical Director, and Erica Schnitz, Family Support Manager.

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Victoria Alesi

Professional Development Program

By Leslie Scott, MSSA, LSW, CTP-C Professional Development Coordinator     For the past 50 years, Huckleberry House has prided itself on being an expert

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Items we need:

Clothing and Personal Items

  • Underwear
  • Sweatpants (Youth M – Adult XXL)
  • Sweatshirts (Youth M – Adult XXL)
  • Shorts (Youth M – Adult XXL)
  • T-shirts (Youth M – Adult XXL)
  • Socks
  • Wallets
  • Earbuds

          Please note that we are unable to accept any used clothing items.

General Supplies

  • Composition notebooks/journals
  • Adult coloring books
  • Colored pencils
  • Art supplies
  • “Smell goods” (i.e. Bath & Body Works)

Toiletries and Hygiene Products

  • Deodorant
  • Shampoo and conditioner*
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Body soap*
  • Tootbrushes and toothpaste*
  • Brushes and combs
  • Ethnic hair care products

    The * denotes that the item must be in a full size bottle.

Misellaneous Items

  • Baby items
  • Pillows
  • Solid color twin comforters and sheet sets
  • Kitchen utensils, general cleaning and laundry supplies, picture frames
  • Non-perishable food items for youth outreach (crackers, cup of soup, fruit snacks, chips)
  • Gift cards from $5 to $25 for fast food restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations
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