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Our Hours

Monday: 8:30am - 4pm
Tuesday:  8:30am - 4pm
Wednesday: 8:30am - 4pm
Thursday: 8:30am - 4pm
Friday: Closed

Calls Thursday to Sunday will be answered the next business day.
If a client contact form is submitted you will be contacted within 24 hours.

C4-Aftercare Program

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What is C4?

C4 is HoHC’s aftercare program that provides ongoing support up to one year to women who have successfully discharged from HoHC. We provide this support in ways that helps each mother become more capable and competent through monthly home visits, helping her understand child development milestones and behaviors, parenting activities including, but not limited to, parent and child play groups, parent information classes, parenting materials, and individualized parent supports provided in response to particular child-rearing concerns or specific parenting questions. Additionally, assisting parents in gaining access to other types of supports and resources as needed.



  • Educate and develop in parents the capacity to take part in mindful parenting and decision making by providing information and workshops on topics such as stress management, nutrition, depression, child abuse prevention and other relevant topics
  • Empower parents through access of community resources, sharing of information and resources as well as advocacy
  • Engage parents in making genuine connections with other parents in a safe environment

Cynthia Gibbs Foundation

Darryl Gibbs is our Child Abuse Prevention Educator. Darryl is the Founder of The Cynthia Gibbs Foundation, an organization dedicated to protecting our most precious resource—children. Darryl provides child abuse prevention and awareness workshops and trainings to our clients and staff.As an national educator specializing in Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS), Darryl has made protecting young children his life’s work following the death of his 8 month old daughter 2000.  

Parenting Journey Classes

Michelle Gibbs and Matthew Neff are certified facilitators of the Parenting Journey and Parenting Journey for Fathers.

Parenting Journey is a 12 week experiential class with a meal and childcare provided by volunteers.

The program is experiential,which means you learn by doing—and it’s fun.Through a combination of hands-on activities and guided discussions,you will develop knowledge and skills that support you as a parent and role model.By reflecting on your own childhood,you will be able to choose what kind of parent you want to be and create your own style of parenting—one that reflects your personal vision and values.

CURRENT CLASS IN SESSION: September 7 to November 22

If you have interest and want to learn more about volunteering or participating in an upcoming class contact Michelle.

Michelle Gibbs  (347) 206-3617 Or Email: