Research shows that investing in child abuse prevention programs yields a 19 to 1 savings over the long-term costs to society of child abuse.
source: US Children’s Bureau

The Residential Recovery program offers trauma-informed residential drug treatment at two sites for women and their young children. Additionally, it offers support in parenting, independent living skills, and positive communication skills.

Residential Recovery
This program provides:
  • Recovery groups
  • Auricular acupuncture (4 times per week)
  • Case management
  • Individual counseling
  • Life skills groups
  • Vocational training groups
  • Household management skills
  • Health education groups
  • Health assessments and referrals to primary healthcare providers
  • HIV/STD education
Residential Recovery
Criteria for admission include the following:
  • Women aged 18 years and older
  • Problem with addiction to drugs and/or alcohol
  • Pregnant or with children 0 – 2 years, or without children
  • Have 24 hours clean time
  • Have the physical health to attend and participate in groups, and to perform household chores
  • Resident of San Francisco
Residential Recovery
Residents in Epiphany Residential programs can expect:
  • To be treated with respect, and non-judgmental compassion;
  • To receive services that are trauma informed and gender specific;
  • To have a clean, attractive, safe, and structured environment that leads to building personal skills for healthy living;
  • To have a treatment plan that covers needs for recovery, medical care, physical health, mental health, childcare, life skills, and finding aftercare support in the community.

To make referrals call an Epiphany Case Manager at (415) 567-8370