Homeless Prenatal Program

March 27, 2018

Homeless Prenatal Center

Mission/Potrero Hill | www.homelessprenatal.org |

Drop-In Hours: Monday and Thursday, 9 am – 11 am, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 1 pm – 3 pm

By seizing the motivational opportunity created by pregnancy and parenthood, HPP joins with families to help them recognize their strengths and trust in their capacity to transform their lives.

Family Contact

Location

2500 18th St.

San Francisco, CA 94110

Services  Provided

Classification Service Description How to Access
Community Connections Prenatal education class The class prepares mothers and fathers to successfully deliver and parent newborns. It promotes lasting relationships by creating a community of peers who support each other during and often long after a pregnancy. (Spanish and English) Drop-in
Community Connections Family and community events Abriendo Puertas – Abriendo Puertas, or Opening Doors, is the nation’s first evidence-based comprehensive training program developed by and for Latino parents with children ages 0-5. (Spanish) Drop-in
Community Connections Information and referrals Information & Referral – Helps to ensure that families are connected to resources such as pregnancy services, housing and shelter resources, public benefits, mental health services, and more.   Drop-in
Parenting Advice and Skill Building Infants and babies playgroup Knowing Your Baby with Infant Massage – These classes help parents respond to their children’s first year with a focus on infant development such as: baby care, health, psycho-social needs, parenting skills, and infant massage. Ages 0-6 months. (Spanish and English) Drop-in
Parenting Advice and Skill Building Toddlers/preschoolers playgroup Parent-Child Playgroup – Playgroups offer a safe, happy space for parents to connect with their children (aged 2-5) through play.  Playgroups promote healthy child development, parent-child bonding and parent education. (Spanish and English) Drop-in
Parenting Advice and Skill Building Parent education Positive Parenting Program – This class, a collaboration with City College of San Francisco, offers basic knowledge of parent and child development designed to strengthen the family by providing parents with alternative parenting methods to assist in raising their children. Through class activities and discussion, participants learn positive behaviors that promote, motivate and support development of self-esteem in their children and affect appropriate, cooperative and healthy home environments. (English) Drop-in
Parenting Advice and Skill Building Support groups Peer Parent Support Group – For parents involved with the Child Welfare system, this group provides a space for parents with substance abuse and child custody issues to talk to other parents in similar situations. (English) Drop-in
Parenting Advice and Skill Building Support groups Building Strong Families – Support group for Spanish-speaking mothers who have shared experience related to domestic violence (DV) and immigration. Participants learn about the rights of survivors and the impact of DV on families, while becoming a part of a supportive community of peers. (Spanish) Drop-in
Formal Supports Family advocacy/case management Family case managers provide Intensive Case Management to families in need. They help families develop action plans and access resources to address crises and/or ongoing challenges. Drop-in
Other Leveraged Services Prenatal services Prenatal yoga, breastfeeding consultation, prenatal and postpartum massage, belly casting  By registration
Other Leveraged Services Community services Housing workshops,  legal consultation, CalFresh enrollment, GED classes, fatherhood support group, on-site child watch  By registration

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