Helping Hand Home for Children

HOPE HAPPENS HERE

Austin, TX   |  www.helpinghandhome.org

Mission

The mission of Helping Hand Home for Children is to provide a nurturing and therapeutic home for children and to restore each child to a healthy family setting. Children, whose young lives were once filled with fear, pain, and chaos, are learning to trust adults to take care of them and reclaim their childhood.

Ruling year info

1955

Principal Officer

Mr. Ted Keyser

Main address

3804 Avenue B

Austin, TX 78751 USA

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EIN

74-1144638

NTEE code info

Group Home, Residential Treatment Facility - Mental Health Related (F33)

Foster Care (P32)

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Residential treatment, foster care and adoption, Helping Hand Home/UT Charter School

The Home's residential treatment component has been designed specifically for forty-one children between the ages of four and thirteen who have experienced severe physical, sexual, and emotional trauma. One of only a few treatment centers in the United States dedicated to serving young children; our therapeutic milieu has been crafted to provide a safe and nurturing environment for children who have experienced the darker side of childhood. The Pearson Therapeutic Foster Care Program was founded in 1995 on the belief that a loving home can save a child. Our foster care program serves children from birth to eighteen years old, some of whom need treatment services but can function successfully in a foster home with specially trained and supported foster parents. HHH is also licensed to perform adoptions.

For many years, HHH board and staff dreamed of opening an on-campus school to enhance the treatment plans of the children for their academic and behavior needs. In August of 2008, that dream became a reality when the HHH/University of Texas Charter School opened for the first day of school at our residential treatment center. The school helps our most socially and academically challenged children by equipping them with the skills they will need to succeed in the public school system.

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Helping Hand Home for Children

Board of directors
as of 09/17/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Ann Bauer

Carol Burdette

Dawnelle Doughtie

Laura McBride

April Downing

Joan McNamara

Debbie Alsup

Suzy Balagia

Reenie Collins

Carol Crowley

Jana Howden

Jocelyn Johnson

Beth Plater

Cynthia Shaw

Brannon Smith

Terri Von Dohlen

Mariette Wroe

Ted Keyser

Helping Hand Home for Children