HPHA also works withe the ARD Program for adults.
HPHA, as one of the many benefits we bring to the community, is an approved and long-term participant in the Montgomery County, PA Youth Aid Panel (YAP) program.
The Youth Aid Panel is a restorative justice program of the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office that provides a second chance for non-violent juvenile offenders in Montgomery County, PA. The program is also in place in other locations throughout Pennsylvania. Its aims are to encourage juveniles to be responsible for their actions, to restore them to the community and prevent future offenses and resultant harm to individuals and the community.
If you have service obligations through YAP and would like to complete those obligations with HPHA, please contact us.
If you are assigned to work at HPHA under this program, please review our guidelines below.
Some general rules and guidelines for indviduals working with HPHA under the Montgomery County Youth Aid Panel (YAP) or Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Programs.
Pete Choate, Executive Director of HPHA, has been selected by the Montgomery County Youth Aid Panel members and the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office to receive recognition for outstanding service to the Montgomery County Youth Aid Panel program in February, 2015.
Pete coordinates community service work with HPHA at the
Pete has worked with YAP since its creation in 2000 and was co-founder of the Hatboro-Horsham Youth Coalition with YAP creator Carla Cloninger before that.
If you have obligations through the Youth Aid Panel or ARD program and would like to do your service at the Penrose Strawbridge House, please