The Road to Resilience project helps women who are pregnant and/or have infants 0-12 months of age to find safety and stability through our services and referrals.

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The Road To Resilience team recognizes that each mother and child has unique needs. We support high-risk pregnant women with current and/or a history of substance abuse, as well as families of substance-exposed infants, to get the help they need to achieve their goals.

Supportive Services:
 

  • Residential Treatment for Substance Use Disorder
  • On-site Childcare
  • Pediatric Clinic
  • Infant-Parent Center
  • Mental Health Clinic
  • In-Home Services
  • Resources and referrals to community-based organizations
  • Parent-Child Interactive Playgroups
  • Parenting Education & Support
  • Step-down (Transitional) Housing 

Resilience is the ability to adapt well to adversity and negative experiences and thrive.

Resilient children do well despite serious hardship. A healthy, supportive relationship with at least one loving caregiver is the most important factor. These relationships keep children safe and help them develop resilience.

We are here to support and guide a healthy attachment bond between the caregiver and the child so that they both grow and thrive. 

Road to Resilience

Contact:
(415) 567-8370; ext. 4236