Hopes of starting a new life in the U.S.

His House Children’s Home (HHCH) International program was established in 2008 to care for Unaccompanied Children (UC) under the age of 18 who left their country of origin due to experiencing hardships such as, gang violence, homelessness, economic adversity or abuse in the hopes of starting a new life in the United States.

In 2010, after the Haiti Earthquake, HHCH was instrumental in providing temporary care and shelter to these children, contributing to their permanency placement. The program provides a full array of services that include Case Management, Clinical, Medical Coordination, Educational, and Residential services.

All services are provided in the child’s native language, either by a HHCH bilingual professional or with the assistance of Professional translation services.


On-site and secure learning environment

HHCH provides on campus school for grades K-12 in collaboration with the Miami Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) Outreach Program. The Academy is an onsite, secure, learning environment that allows children to receive the full complement of educational and vocational services throughout the day.

The school curriculum is taught by Miami Dade County certified teachers who are ESOL endorsed and are able to provide courses in Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, ESOL, Physical Education, Reading and Writing.

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