iParent App Project
HFC supports a research assistant to help develop and pilot the iParent app to support at-risk parents with newborns to protect children from abuse and neglect.
Awareness and Recruiting Campaign
HFC supports an awareness and prevention campaign in traditional and digital media to increase awareness about child abuse and increase the number of mentoring relationships.
The New Orleans Intervention Model (NIM) for Infant Mental Health
HFC funds will support two Family Liaison Workers to improve the mental health of maltreated infants by using the evidence-based New Orleans Intervention Model to provide therapeutic support.
An Innovative Approach to Experiential Learning Project
HFC funds will research the effectiveness of mock training environments in child maltreatment and advocacy. The goal of the project is to provide data to support the creation of a Center for Excellence.
Helping Children Cope with Family Violence
HFC supports the Counseling Supervisor to provide trauma-informed care and therapy, and case management for children exposed to domestic violence.
Survivor Mentoring Initiative
HFC supports Survivor Mentors, adult female experts in exploitation-related trauma and survivors themselves, who are paired with girls that have been exploited or are at high-risk.
Family Support Services
HFC supports therapists and forensic interviewers that provide specialized assessment, counseling services, and support groups for children and youth with histories of abuse.
Child Advocacy Program
supports the recruitment and training of volunteer advocates working with at-risk
and neglected youth who are transitioning out of foster care to ensure their
Child Advocate Program
HFC supports Child
Advocates to serve unaccompanied immigrant children and youth navigate the
legal system and ensure that their best interests are taken into consideration.
Evaluating the Effect of Prenatal Intervention for Intimate Partner Violence on Infant Health
Decreasing the negative effects of prenatal intimate partner violence on infant well being by using Mom's Empowerment Program, adapted for pregnant women.
School-Based Prevention Education Program
HFC supports the Prevention Education Coordinator and the Bilingual Outreach/Family Support Advocate to provide child abuse prevention education to third grade students.
SafeKids (SK2) Prevention Program
HFC supports staff to deliver performance-based, interactive prevention presentations to children in grades 3 to 5 using child-sized puppets
Fostering Success: Youth Transitioning from Care
HFC supports the Program Coordinator to provide self-sufficiency services for older foster youth who rarely have opportunities for reunification or adoption.
H.E.L.P. for Kids
HFC funds support Parent Aides who provide intensive home-based parenting skills services to high risk Hispanic or predominantly Spanish speaking families.
The Brownsville Child Development Center
HFC supports clinical and community outreach staff at a trauma-informed, family-centered service hub that provides screenings, home visits, and clinical services for at-risk children ages 0 to 5.
Trauma Recovery Program
HFC supports mental health clinicians to provide individual, family, and group therapy for children who have experienced trauma due to physical and sexual abuse, neglect, and family violence.
Childhelp Speak Up Be Safe
HFC funds will support an age-appropriate child safety program for elementary school students providing child abuse prevention services to at-risk kids and family of Contra Costa County.
Creating Extended Family Support for Recovery and Child Abuse Prevention
HFC supports program staff for the Project Pride and Celebrating! Families programs to provide mental health and counseling services for high risk substance abusing mothers and their young children.
Juvenile Justice Case Management
HFC supports staff to
management, life skills development services, and referrals for female youth
who are victims or survivors of commercial sexual exploitation.