A safe alternative to the streets.
- Who it’s for: Teens ages 12-17 who are dealing with a difficult, disruptive, or dangerous situation at home.
- What it is: A 24/7/365 Crisis Shelter that offers a safe, temporary place to stay.
- How it helps: You can find an open door, a hot meal, a warm bed, and space to cool off and think things over when problems heat up at home.
- The ultimate goal: Our counselors will work with you and your family to solve problems so that, if possible, you can safely return home.
Need help getting to our shelter? Learn about Project Safe Place.
Help setting up a home of your own.
- Who it’s for: Young people ages 17-21 who do not have a safe place to call home.
- What it is: An 18-month program designed to help you develop the skills and confidence to live successfully on your own.
- How it helps: You will have access to a safe, furnished apartment along with the support you need to develop living skills and work on your employment and education goals.
- The ultimate goal: The program helps you find permanent housing and prepares you to successfully lead a happy and productive life on your own.
Support for solving tough family problems.
- Who it’s for: Young people ages 12-22 and their families.
- What it is: A counseling program that helps families address tough issues including family conflict, adjustment issues, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma experiences, and issues at school.
- How it helps: We offer counseling in a variety of settings – office, school, home, and community – to help your family identify strengths, address underlying causes, and develop effective, healthy coping skills.
- The ultimate goal: To help young people and families feel healthier and stronger.
When you can’t come to Huck House, Huck House will come to you.
- Who it’s for: Young people ages 12-24 who are dealing with education, employment, and housing problems and who need help connecting with available resources.
- What it is: A street-based counseling, support, and case management program that reaches out to disconnected youth.
- How it helps: We find youth who are not connected and get them linked to community resources that can help meet their needs. We also build and strengthen relationships with community organizations and providers who serve these young people.
- The ultimate goal: We help young people get connected to services and support, identify and discover their own resources, and remove barriers so they can achieve self-sufficiency.