HCP known as Haitian Community Partners is a Brockton-based organization comprised of a group of professionals. Members of the HCP work collaboratively with community-based organizations as well as local and national to improve access for underprivileged to, social services, immigration, youth leadership and health that are comprehensive, integrated and culturally sensitive appropriate. Haitians Community Partners foundation, Inc. (HCPF) was founded in 2013 by a group of residents from the Greater Brockton area.
HCP Located in the heart of downtown Brockton, HCPF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and now occupies its newly renovated space at 71 Legion Parkway Suite 22, a short walking distance from the Mass Transit Commuter Rail station and Brockton Area Transit (BAT) terminals. HCPF’s new home consists of 890 square feet of office space, which includes staff work stations, meeting quarters, and conference rooms. HCPS is governed by a Board of Directors, which oversees its administration and program activities. HCPF’s greatest strength and community resource position is embedded in its grassroots approach in providing social services and Youth Leadership awareness through volunteerism. Since its creation, HCPF’s devoted network of volunteer Haitian and American professionals have been working to foster relationship with various local organizations to mobilize community members, raise awareness, and help bridge the gaps in existing services.