Providing Comprehensive Co-occuring Disorder Care Since 1989


On Thursday, May 4, 2017, East Bay Gives, the 24-hour online giving blitz supporting Bay Area nonprofits, aims to mobilize more than 15,000 people to give $5 million to support hundreds of nonprofits. It is an opportunity for donors to show pride in their communities by supporting the nonprofits that make the Bay Area a special place to live, work, and thrive.


Pledge today or donate May 4th. Your donations will go toward making a space for the children of Project Pride that feels safe, warm, and welcoming. Children are inherently hard on furniture and toys.

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Pledge today or donate May 4th. East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP) has improved the health and well-being of the most vulnerable individuals and families in Alameda County.

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Pledge today or donate May 4th. In addition to healthy food, donations to Day Support will go towards purchasing new art supplies, additional books on recovery, games that are recovery oriented, and DVDs related to recovery.

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Providing Comprehensive Co-occuring Disorder Care Since 1989


Services range from residential substance use treatment for moms to counseling and clinical case management for children and families


Pre-release planning and drug education to those incarcerated and released from jails and psychiatric hospitals. Co-occuring disorder counseling, clinical case management, and drug testing


Co-occuring disorder treatment and clinical case management for men, women and non-binary adults. We serve the chronically homeless at high risk for preventable disease and hunger.


Testing, prevention and outreach are the cornerstone of these programs. Primary medical care and clinical case management can be offered on site


Our services are located in four primary locations.

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Project Pride

2545 San Pablo Ave.
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 446-7150


The new home for Project Pride opened their doors in 2012. The renovation/rehabilitation took just over 18 months and transformed the former single-room occupancy hotel into a thriving residential, co-occuring substance use and mental health treatment program for mothers and children.


2577 San Pablo Ave.
Oakland, Ca 94612
(510) 446-7180


Our Oakland holistic health programs are located along EBCRP’s continuum of care campus on San Pablo Avenue. They are all housed on a ground floor level, providing this location with great accessibility to our health related services.


22971 Sutro Street
Hayward, Ca 94541
(510) 728-8600


EBCRP opened the Hayward office to serve Southern Alameda County residents in 1998. Co-occuring disorder treatment is available for adult, men and women involved with criminal justice systems, transitional age youth experiencing early symptoms of psychosis, and full scope mental health MediCal program for youth up to age 21.

West Oakland

2730 Adeline St.
Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 446-7100


Our newest location in West Oakland houses our Forensic Assertive Community Treatment and Transitional Assertive Community Treatment programs. Admission to the FACT/TrACT program is managed by Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services Crisis Response team.

Main office

2579 San Pablo Ave.
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 446-7116


Administration of all EBCRP programs are centralized in one location. Accounts receivable, payroll, human resources and other admin programs are located upstairs from the Oakland services location and along EBCRP’s continuum of care campus on San Pablo Ave.


Our work is enhanced by not only the great staff we have, but the variety of interns and volunteers who help


EBCRP is looking for outstanding, experienced Counselors and Administrators to join our team. If you are interested in working in a non-profit organization that aims to reduce the impact of substance abuse, mental illness, and incarceration in our community, we would like to speak with you


East Bay Community Recovery Project is your key to volunteer opportunities. Whether you’re looking for a one-day project or a long-term opportunity, for yourself or a group of people, we can be your key to unlocking the volunteer opportunities that best fit your interests.


EBCRP provides training for license track trainees as well as alcohol and drug certificate students. Students receive group and individual clinical supervision in each of their assigned treatment teams located at either the Oakland or Hayward sites. Those who are interested should send a letter of interest and resume

  • Volunteers 10%

  • Internships 10%

  • Full-Time 55%

  • Part-Time 25%

Current Openings


Read about our impact on individuals, families and the community