HAP's nationally-recognized quarterly teen publication. Founded in 1997, by teens for teens, HmoobTeen is led by a core group of Hmong youth, with contributing writers and artists from across the country, who voice their perspectives on issues concerning their communities. HmoobTeen is the place where Hmong teens can speak and be heard.
HAP Annual Reports are a great way for community members to learn about HAP's programs and recent accomplishments. The reports also recognize all of the funders and partners that make our work possible!
The Community Engagement Report
From September 2007 through December 2008, HAP's Board and Executive Director completed a community engagement effort that involved representatives from all HAP stakeholder groups in a visionary breakfast and over 20 listening sessions. Stakeholders included: educators, public officials, health care organizations, economic development organizations, mental health providers, past participants, our Board, staff, and others. The conversations held during the community engagement process provided critical information that has helped us prioritize future initiatives and focus on what is important and needed for the community to succeed. What we learned will help HAP be more relevant and determine what resources are needed to provide holistic services to families that build and strengthen the community.