Programs


HHHO provides a variety of programs intended to help dysfunctional families build healthy lifestyles and to decrease the barriers that impact their welfare. Do you enjoy working with young people? Can you assist in providing the guidance for these individuals to improve the quality of life for children? Spending just a few hours a week with the youth that are involved in our programs, could change your life as well as theirs. Our programs (listed below) offer a variety of services and programs to at risk youth from ages 7 through 18.

 

We offer many ways in which you can make a difference by volunteering and/or mentoring our youth. Please complete the online form so that we may contact you with additional information and mail out the mentor application package. All volunteers are subject to a criminal history background check. We look forward to hearing from you!

 


 

 

Children of Substance Abuse Mentoring Program


Our mentoring program is based on addressing the emotional pains that are commonly linked to children with parents affected by drugs and/or alcohol. Through counseling, mentoring and workshops, it is our goal to guide these children through the healing process.

 

Offered workshops include:

           •    Socialization Skills

           •    Introduction to goal setting

           •    Decision making

           •    Personal development

 

Mentoring/Community Based Program


Involves a one to one relationship with a child during the week for 2 to 4 hours, in the community that is compatible with his/her mentor. Common activities include museums, trips to library, sports, and building self-esteem. Children ages 7-18 are accepted into the community base program from single parent families.

 

Services:  Health and Wellness Education

 

 

 


 

Food Program


Helping Hands Helping Others collects food items from various sources. Well balanced food boxes are then delivered to children's homes during the winter and holiday seasons. We also prepare snack lunches every 3rd Saturday to underprivileged families throughout city parks of Atlanta.