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Who is EBCRP?

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.

What is EBCRP's mission?

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.

Where is EBCRP located?

We have four primary locations, three in Oakland and one in Hayward.

 

Each site is tailored to meet the needs of those served.

 

General Inquiries
2579 San Pablo Ave.
Oakland, CA 94612

510-446-7100

What services does EBCRP provides?

Child Welfare Services

Children & Youth Services

Mental Health Services

Substance Use Services

Supportive Services

Supported Housing

Smoking Cessation

HIV Testing and Prevention

Who does EBCRP serve?

The ethnicity of our clients reflects the population of our service communities

Children 0

Adults with substance use disorders 0

Adults with mental health disorder 0

Individuals and families living bellow the federal poverty level 0

  • 60% African American

  • 25% Caucasian

  • 10% Latino(a)

  • 5% other

What are the goals of EBCRP?

Promote family reunification and support families remaining intact in the community

Reduce the stigma of mental illness

Utilize the client strength to help with treatment

Promote self sufficiency and economic independence

What makes EBCRP special?

We are proud to serve the community and honored by the recognition we have received.

 

For example:

EBCRP programs have received multiple awards and recognition for their successful outcomes, including recognition in many TIPS

EBCRP programs have also been cited as best-practice models for women and children by the California State Legislature, the California State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, the California Institute of Mental Health, Alameda County Behavioral Health Care, and the National Health Policy Institute

Who is the Executive Director?

Our Executive Director is Dr. Joan E. Zweben.  Dr. Zweben received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Michigan and moved West to start her practice.

 

Dr. Zweben has over thirty-five years’ experience in treating addiction, and training treatment practitioners. She has a broad based background in both alcoholism and drug dependence, and has experience with both residential and outpatient modalities.

 

She has a long-standing commitment to building treatment resources through networking activities. She is the founder and Executive Director of The East Bay Community Recovery Project and The 14th Street Clinic & Medical Group (Oakland) and has steadily developed the medical and psychosocial services of these affiliated organizations.

 

Her activities as an author, teacher, consultant and participant in NIDA’s Clinical Trials Network keep her informed of new developments in the field. She is the author of 3 books, over 55 articles or book chapters and editor of 15 monographs on treating addiction.

How can I learn more and get involved?

We welcome your questions and support.

 

To learn more, please call 510-446-7100.

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I came into Project Pride confused, scared and sad. I knew I had a long way to go. I was afraid to lose my daughter. I knew that I had to stop using drugs and already tried twice in the past. I really wanted this time to succeed. I learned discipline and appreciated the structure; the individual support and the different groups. I learned to follow through and get along with other women. Mainly, I learned to listen and I was listened to! I really appreciated my peers; their life stories, pain and struggles, taught me more than any school. And most of all, I did not feel alone! I am not going to jeopardize everything that I learned!

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