Parent-Child Conflict During COVID-19

COVID-19 is a crisis. The stress of exposure, paying for bills, helping your child with their homework, keeping your dog quiet during your meeting, and protecting yourself is overwhelming. As professionals, we have the added pressure of navigating what to say, when you don’t know what tomorrow looks like. If you haven’t heard it today, […]

Anxiety And COVID-19

Helping Youth in Times of Pandemic

From the Desk of Professional Development For those of you like me, you started watching the COVID-19 news with mixed emotions. Wavering between “do I take this seriously” and “we’ve got to be vigilant”. My answer when we first started talking about COVID-19 was ‘we must protect those who are vulnerable’. Three weeks into social […]

Huckleberry House is building a community.

Kenmore Square is a 56-unit apartment community in the Linden neighborhood of Columbus. Huckleberry House is purchasing Kenmore Square and will use it to house a portion of its Transitional Living Program (founded 1990). Surplus units will be master leased to organizations that offer housing programs to 17 to 24 year olds. The first residents […]

Now Imagine This…

Written By: Erica Schnitz, MSW, LISW-S, Counseling Services Manager I think that we can all agree that it is cold outside and winter has finally arrived in Ohio. Now imagine this: You are an 18 year old, high school senior experiencing homelessness. You wake up this morning after spending the night in a tent, on […]

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