The age of most children who become victims of abuse and neglect is 18 months or younger.
Source: US Children’s Bureau
Epiphany Center supports families with young children to overcome risk challenges, keep children safe, and strengthen positive parenting styles.
In San Francisco 2,535 children between 0 and 2 years old are living below the federal poverty line.
Source: 2010 5-Year American Community Survey
Epiphany Center’s Parent-Child Center provides therapeutic childcare and developmental assessments for the children it serves.
Parenting substance abuse is a contributing factor for between one and two-thirds of children in the child welfare system.
Source: US Department of Health and Human Services
Epiphany Center’s Residential Treatment Programs offer pregnant women and women with young children a place for recovery, healing, and hope for the future.
Drug/Alcohol abuse was reported as the 2nd most common cause of homelessness in San Francisco.
Source: 2011 San Francisco Homeless Count and Survey
Epiphany Center’s Residential Extension Program offers a clean and sober residence for graduates.