The Redford Center’s Art of Activism series celebrates the efforts of inspiring local leaders, pays tribute to the artistry of their unique style of activism, and help raise awareness for a range of important causes. By expecting the best, Martha Ryan’s Homeless Prenatal Program helps at-risk women find permanent housing, better health and jobs. Because…
HPP was delighted to honor the achievements of former client and current HPP staff member Christina Hernandez at our 5th Annual Luncheon. The CHW Training Program is an intensive, 14-month paid job-training program that prepares up to eight women at a time (most of whom are former HPP clients) for meaningful employment in career…
Supervisor Malia Cohen recognizes The Equity in Young Black Womens Health Group, of which HPP is a proud member.
KQED spotlight on prenatal care at HPP through the Centering Pregnancy program, a partnership with San Francisco General Hospital.
Check out HPP’s Schyneida Williams featured in a video produced by Too Small to Fail!
Read the UCSF spotlight on Laurie Jurkiewicz, coordinator of Centering Pregnancy groups at HPP. Watch a video by the Nurse Midwives of SF General Hospital to learn more more about CenteringPregnancy.
Ryan is honored to join three other internationally renowned innovators and leaders for outstanding contributions in areas associated with UCSF’s mission to “advance health worldwide.”
HPP’s Fatherhood Initiative receives the spotlight in a San Francisco State University Health Equity Institute documentary, encouraging positive participation by fathers living in low-income communities.
Congratulations Doctor Ryan!