HUNE’s Youth Program is community-based and provides an after-school and summer inclusion program focuses on increasing graduation rates and decreasing drop out rates.
The program empowers youth with and without disabilities from 14-21 years of age through academic, transition, social, behavioral, and other skills building.
HUNE also promotes family engagement as an evidence-based practice, as parents and families are part of the planning team. HUNE works with the families of the youth through our monthly parent meetings and networking with school entities.
The Youth Programs foster collaborative relationships with students’ principals, teachers, and special education professionals within charter schools and the School District of Philadelphia.
The program is funded by the Bureau of Special Education (BSE) under the State Systematic Improvement Plan(SSIP - Indicator 17) through a contract with PaTTAN (Pennsylvania's Training and Technical Assistance Network).
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HUNE has developed through partnership with BSE and PaTTAN, community and culturally responsive mentoring materials and resources: