|In 2006, the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs conducted a case study of 214,614 adults in a
public treatment center. 40%- or 86,201- were parents. After half of the parents completed treatment, 13.7% were
homeless and 43.6% went back to living with an abuser.
Your tax deductible contribution will be used to help prevent single parents from relapsing or returning to an abusive
environment due to inability to find a support system that includes stable housing. You are helping people to become self
sufficient at one of the most critical times of their lives.
This is one way you can truly make a significant difference that has a positive residual effect on strengthening families and the
|You can also help by sharing your gently used or brand new
items with us
|CTC Wish List
Change To Come works hard to provide household items in good working condition for our clients. We like to keep
supplies on hand just in case our clients need any help to make their stay more comfortable and their lives a little easier.
Click on our wish list below to find out how you can help!
When you give a tax-deductible contribution to support the Change To Come mission, you are helping to provide
sustainable transitional housing for people who are in recovery from addiction and abuse. We need the help of
community-minded individuals just like you, to serve needy individuals in our community each year. .
|Ways to Donate
We make it very simple
1. You can give any dollar amount
just click the button
A receipt will be e-mailed to you
|2. Give to our Wish List
|Your help makes a difference in the lives of women and men fighting to remain free from addiction and abuse, be healthy
parents to their children and productive self-sufficient members of society. Your generosity helps us keep our door open.
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|Change to Come
Housing for single parents in recovery
|Change To Come has been providing assistance to single
parents in recovery in the Bay Area since 2011.
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