Programs & Services

HHCRC serves the Hickory Hill community, Shelby County and the greater Memphis area. Our concern is for the children and families of this community in these challenging times.
We are focused on assisting families in the Hickory Hill area emotionally, socially, economically and physically by offering opportunities for personal development, vocational and employment preparation, and life rehabilitation.
Networking with other new and established community programs and local agencies allows HHCRC to address a broader scope of needs in a larger community, the greater Memphis area.
HHCRC programs are divided under four major divisions:

  • Community Assistance Program: CAP is designed to meet the tangible needs of the community through referrals to other social service agencies that can provide basic services to families in need such as utilities, food, shelter, gas, employment, clothing, etc.
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  • Family Intervention Program: FIP increases the safety of victims, their families, and the community from continued acts of domestic violence by providing intervention services by focusing on the whole person’s spirit, soul, and body, for complete and total restoration.
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  • Infant Life Success: ILS works diligently toward decreasing the highest infant mortality rates in the country through mentoring, collaborating with other social services agencies, and providing referrals for prenatal care to at-risk mothers.
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  • Youth Reformation Initiative: YRI programs are faith-based core programs designed to introduce the youth to principles regarding character building, behavior modification, etiquette, self-care, sexuality and relationships, sexual purity, career development, drugs, alcohol, bullying, gangs and violence as well as providing assistance to improve academic performance and conduct in school.
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