Summer at Horizons

For many children summer marks the beginning of warm days spent in the sun free from homework and the classroom. For homeless children who rely on the consistency of the school year however, summer vacation can further a sense of instability for children already dealing with uncertain circumstances. At Horizons, our early education centers and Playspaces operate year-round, ensuring that children reap the benefits of a consistent routine, while maintaining the educational strides they have made throughout the year. ... Read more

Horizons’ Director of Family Partnerships served as a panelist at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Maternal and Child Health Symposium

Ayesha Rodriguez, Horizons’ Director of Family Partnerships, recently served as one of the panelists at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health's Maternal and Child Health Symposium where she shared what Horizons for Homeless Children is doing to address the growing and complex issue of family homelessness.  Other symposium speakers offered valuable insights into the trends, interventions and advocacy efforts happening in Massachusetts related to this critical issue. ... Read more

Classroom Teacher Meital and Family Advocate Miraidis Share Their Stories

5/30/2019 - At this year’s annual Gala, Classroom Teacher Meital and Family Advocate Miraidis , took the stage to share some perspective and stories of their work with families. Read on about Meital’s work with a four-month old experiencing severe trauma who cried all day. Meet the young mom Miraidis worked with who was pursuing her Master’s degree but also facing homelessness with her young son. ... Read more

Marathon Blog: Bob Cremin & David Braza

4/11/2019- Meet runners Bob Cremin & David Braza of our 2019 Boston Marathon team who are running for homeless children across Massachusetts. ... Read more

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