Epiphany Center in the News— KQED reports on the Methamphetamine Crisis in San Francisco Epiphany Center in the News— KQED reports on the Methamphetamine Crisis in San Francisco

Epiphany Center in the News— KQED reports on the Methamphetamine Crisis in San Francisco

April 10, 2019

Epiphany Center’s Chief Operating Officer and Director of Adult Services, Suzi Desmond, was recently contacted by KQED's Health Reporter, April Dembosky requesting to interview Ms. Desmond on the methamphetamine epidemic in San Francisco. This has culminated in several radio broadcasts highlighting the crisis and includes interviews with Epiphany clients. 

Below are the links to the various KQED broadcasts reporting on the methamphetamine crisis. Suzi Desmond's hope is that "those who hear these heartbreaking stories of suffering, will achieve a deeper degree of compassion and humility, recognizing, 'There but for the Grace of God go I.'"

2/8/2019 KQED News, The California Report, by April Dembosky

2/13/2019 KQED News, Forum, by Michael Krasny

2/13/2019 KQED News, The Bay, by Peter Arcuni, Jessica Placzek, April Dembosky, Erika Aguilar

2/26/2019 KQED News, The California Report, by April Dembosky

4/5/2019 KQED News, The California Report, by April Dembosky

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