Our services are located in four primary locations. Choose a location below to learn more
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 residencial, co-occuring substance use and mental health treatment program for mothers and children.
Our Oakland holistic health programs are located along EBCRP’s continuum of care campus on San Pablo Avenue. All of the programs are housed on a ground floor level, providing this location with great accessibility to our health related services.
Our newest location is in West Oakland. Currently, our Forensic Assertive Community Treatment and Transitional Assertive Community Treatment programs are run out of this office. Admission to the FACT/TrACT program is managed by Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services Crisis Response team.
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.
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 Avenue.
EBCRP is one of the largest co-occurring service providers in Alameda County. We offer at-risk men, women, children, adolescents and families the tools they need to succeed, including education, adequate housing, health care, nutrition, and support.
We serve more than 1,500 underserved individuals each year.
Through EBCRP’s work, more than 15,000 people have chosen positive alternatives to addiction, mental illness, crime, and poverty. We use a strength based model of care to achieve the best results.
Our Mission is to support the well being of the community by providing comprehensive services for mental health, tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use and related health problems.
We offer housing and employment services as a means to wellness and self-sufficiency. We respect and encourage the strengths of individuals and families, and their ability to make healthier choices
The ethnicity of our clients reflects the population of our service communities
At this time last year, I was facing an amputation at Highland Hospital because of my drug use. I remembered this lady, Lea, from EBCRP who told me her door was always open. When I got out of the hospital, I called her. My life is so much better today. I am healthy and have a relationship with my daughter and grandchild - S.B. p>
Our teaching in the community on best practices for co-occurring disorder treatment and stigma reduction are always made public
Dr. Zweben Presents on the Issue of Sexual Trauma in the Miltary On November 14th, Dr. Joan Zweben and VA colleague Danette Barnett will provide on an...