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Healthy Homes

The Healthy Homes Program's purpose is to link area social service organizations and community resources with those families who would benefit from them. Once identified, the Harker Heights Police Department refers those in need to an already existing resource, thereby helping to short circuit the dysfunctional trend in that home before a crime occurs. The Healthy Homes Program is geared toward early and timely intervention to break violent or dysfunctional cycles in homes and provide options for those in need.

The Healthy Homes Program May be Helpful in Cases of:

• Domestic Violence
• Child Abuse or Neglect
• Elder Abuse or Neglect
• Substance Abuse
• Parent/Child Difficulties
• Sexual Assault/Rape
• Juvenile Runaways/Truancy
• Mental Health Issues
• Unemployment (case specific)
• Hoarding or Unsanitary Homes
• Crime Victim Assistance

Services Offered:

• Direct link to area resources
• Solution Focused Interventions
• Crisis/Grief Counseling
• Domestic Violence Support
• Welfare check and in home intervention planning
• Parenting Education
• Crime Victim Assistance

Click here to download a copy of the Healthy Homes General Referral Form

Click here to download a copy of the Shining Star Outside Referral Form

Click here to see about joining the volunteer team for Shining Star Projects

For more information pertaining to the Healthy Homes Program please contact:

Angel Carroll
Healthy Homes Program Coordinator/
Victim Liasion Coordinator
Harker Heights Police Department
Ofc: 254-953-5439
Fax: 254-953-5488