An anti-racism update

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 are our first impressions and entrance into our private, safe world. Doors protect us from the outdoors and are opportunities to make a statement about the power of the residents […]

Domestic Violence: An unwanted upgrade

Domestic violence continues to be a common issue for youth in Ohio.  As youth become more technologically savvy, so do their abusers and the form abuse takes. Rather than abuse being isolated to their home – many experiences these tactics on social media, their cell phones, in their cars and more. Technology has made it easier than ever to stalk, control, monitor, and […]

Suicide Awareness Month

September is Suicide Awareness Month.   It’s important to raise awareness that suicide is preventable. How? Suicide is a means to an end. An end of pain. If we treat the pain early enough, we can prevent many from losing their lives to be free of pain.   Recognize When Someone Needs Help.   The first step in preventing […]

Youth and Transition

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 people ages 18 to 24 will move in to Marsh Brook Place in south east Columbus. Please help us get 40 apartments ready for the new residents! Drive Through House […]

Becoming an anti-racist organization

On June 3, 2020, the Huckleberry House management team wrote and publicly shared a statement promising to fight for a more just and equitable society. On June 17, 2020, the same group drafted five management initiatives they will prioritize over the next 12 months. On July 23, 2020, the Huckleberry House Board of Directors unanimously […]

Expect More.

Mental Health Awareness

Safety Planning Throughout Staying-at-Home