Parent-Child Center

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 Parent-Child Center provides early intervention and relationship-based care. Additionally, parents receive parenting support in group and individual sessions. Parenting programs lead to healthier behaviors.

This program provides:

  • Therapeutic childcare
  • Developmental assessments
  • Early intervention and relationship-based care
  • Physical and occupational therapy consultations
  • Infant massage instruction
  • Parent Advisory Council
  • Parent-child interaction groups
  • Smoking cessation and second-hand smoke education


Criteria for Enrollment Include the Following:

Children newborn to 3 years

Children of families enrolled in Epiphany Center programs or referrals from collaborating agencies

Family income level within the poverty guidelines of the federal government