What to Expect at HOC
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What does an HOC day look like?
RISE AND SHINE
Get your day started with a Pop-tart, bowl of cereal or the occasional hot breakfast. You have 1 hour to get dressed, tidy up, and prepare for an awesome day.7:00 AM
CLASS IS IN SESSION
We put in work during the day so we can have fun at night. Whether you're at school or virtual learning, we expect you to be focused, productive and try your best.8:00 AM
Hard work pays off at HOC. If your day is off to a good start and chores are finished by 3p, you can expect to have allowance added to your account on payday.3:00 PM
LETS GET PRODUCTIVE
Pro Tip: Do the WATER challenge. You can earn extra incentives WEEKLY for simply being more productive. Exercise, color, read, etc - it's super easy!4:00 PM
Who's the GOAT? Face off for a dub in 2k or prepare for your next gg in Fornite. Afternoons at HOC are a time for you to hang out. If you prefer to get active, earn privileges to go on weekly trips to the community center and park.4:30 PM
SOMETHING SMELLS GOOD!
Prepare to see staff in the kitchen, whipping up your next meal daily. Feel free to line up for seconds if the meal is fire. 🔥6:00 PM
SO FRESH AND SO CLEAN
Showers start right after dinner. Don't worry about long waits to get cleaned up; each bedroom has a private bathroom for your convenience and comfort.7:00 PM
Take a breather, start to wind down and RELAX. This hour is dedicated to wrapping up activities, quality time and preparing for a new day.8:00 PM
WHERE'S MY PILLOW?
A full night of rest is good for the body and mind. A quiet house and lights out is expected at 9p on weekdays. (Bedtime is a little later on the weekends for you night owls.)9:00 PM
News & Events
Honoring a Heart of Compassion…Opal Zucca
In lieu of flowers, her family suggested sending donations to HOC. Over the last few months, we’ve received an out pour of support for our youth and have had the opportunity to hear stories about Opal through her loved ones.
New Home, New Chapter
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Christmas Traditions at HOC
The holidays are a difficult time for youth in foster care. Over the years, we’ve heard many stories of the struggles our teens have faced