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Epiphany Center for Families
Address 100 Masonic Ave., 94118
Phone 415-351-4052
Email
Website
Contact(s)
Hours 8:30am-5pm
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100 Masonic Ave., 94118

100 Masonic Ave., 941188 (Residential)

415-351-4052 (Outpatient)

415-567-8370 x4212 (Linda Fenn)

415-346-2356 (FAX)

M-F, 8:30am-5pm (Office)

Outpatient drug treatment services for women over 18, with or without children. Services include drug treatment groups, parenting groups, case management, health assessments and referrals, life skills groups, therapeutic child care for children under 3 years, and In-patient drug treatment for women and their children between the ages of infant to 3 years. Four days per week, 9:15-3:15pm.

Epiphany In-Home Services offers case management and parenting support services in the home to families with children under three at risk of losing custody. Referrals from DHS, hospital social workers, self-referrals. Bilingual Spanish services.

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Epiphany Center for Families - B 100 Masonic Ave., 94118 Main Phone: 415-567-8370

Birth Records and Archival Documents: 415-567-8370 x4205 415-292-5531 (Fax) M–F, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. (Office)

Epiphany offers outpatient drug treatment services for women over 18, with or without children. Services include drug treatment groups, parenting groups, case management, health assessments and referrals, life skills groups, therapeutic child care for children under two years of age, and in patient drug treatment for women and their children between the ages of infant to two years. Epiphany is open four days per week, 9:15 a.m.–3:15 p.m., and there is no waiting list.

Epiphany In-Home Services offers case management and parenting support services in the home to families with children under three at risk of losing custody. Referrals from DHS, hospital social workers, and self-referrals are accepted. Bilingual Spanish services are available.

Epiphany Center for Families - BB 100 Masonic Ave., 94118 415-567-8370 (Main Line, Case Manager) 415-292-5531 (Fax) http://www.msjse.org/

Outpatient drug treatment services for women over 18, with or without children. Services include drug treatment groups, parenting groups, case management, health assessments and referrals, life skills groups, therapeutic child care for children under two years, and inpatient drug treatment for women and their children between the ages of infant to two years.

Epiphany In-Home Services offers case management and parenting support services in the home to families with children under the age of three at risk of losing custody. Referrals from DHS, hospital social workers, and self-referrals. Bilingual Spanish services.

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