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Radio Interview at keCg, 88.1 and 99.7 FM

[embed]https://youtu.be/j2Wyyu4OBjk[/embed]   On Thursday April 14th, we had the privilege of being interviewed by students enrolled in the Media and Radio Broadcast Career Track Program at El Cerrito High School. This program was started in 1995 by Corey Mason, who teaches Spanish and radio broadcasting, where he also serves as producer of worldOneradio...

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The Yoga of 12-Step Recovery

The past two weeks have seen a flurry of activity in our Holistic Health based programs. The venerable Nikki Myers, founder of The Yoga of 12-Step Recovery, has been on site providing yoga classes and training. We are excited to implement Y12SR in our programs, offering yet another tool for...

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Save The Date

This October 20th, EBCRP and friends will come together and celebrate our decades of service in Alameda County while raising unrestricted funds to support our programs. This early evening soiree will include keynote speakers, insight from past and current clients, live music, food and a silent auction. Pre-sale tickets will be available on July...

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Housing First and Rapid Re-housing Models

FACT/TrACT Program Director, John Knowles, took the time to read an article on rapid-rehousing benchmark standards and had the following to say. "We have found that program participants experience a greater level of stability in their lives when appropriately housed through our programs rapid re-housing and housing first services. Stable...

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East Bay Parks and Project Pride

We are excited to announce a new partnership with the East Bay Regional Park District. Our moms and children in Project Pride will now have access to a park naturalist as they learn to experience the physical and psychological benefits of being outdoors. What a great addition to their recovery...

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Welcome Occupational Therapy Student Interns

We are so happy to welcome Occupational Therapy students from Dominican University and Samuel Merritt University. Starting in January 2016, they will begin providing services at EBCRP to fulfill their psychoeductional field practicum. Initially they will provide care to Day Support clients and may expand to other EBCRP programs as the affiliation...

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Happy Holidays from EBCRP

It is starting to feel a lot like the holiday at EBCRP. The following agencies have pledged donations to our women and children's program, Project Pride. St. Mary's Center- Sister Marilyn Berkeley Women's Faculty Club- Mary Ramy Seventh Day Adventist Church- Beverly Thompson Solid Foundation Baptist Church- Tominique Bardwell California Highway Patrol-Toys for Tots   Thank all...

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World AIDS Day Dec. 1, 2015

December 1, 2015 will mark the twenty-eighth annual international observance of World AIDS Day. EBCRP will be offering extended hours of HIV and Hepatitis C testing.   Drop by 2577 San Pablo Ave on Tuesday Dec. 1st from 10a-12p or Wednesday Dec. 2nd from 1p - 4p....

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Highlights from Anniversary Event

EBCRP held a sold out fundraiser event celebrating their 25 years of service in Alameda County.  On October 1, 2015, over 100 men and women came out to the Berkeley Yacht Club to dine, dance, laugh, and learn.   Alex Savidge from KTVU hosted as emcee and we heard presentations from our...

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Friends of EBCRP Show Their Support

Over the past few months, many businesses have shown their support for EBCRP's 25th anniversary benefit event on October 1, 2015 with a variety of in-kind donations:   The Claremont Hotel and Spa, San Francisco Zoo, Luka's Taproom, San Francisco 49er's, Oakland Zoo, Rudy's Can't Fail Cafe, Cobb's Comedy Club, Albany Bowl,...

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Recovery Cookbook Project in Day Support

Two of our amazing interns, Lisa Petersen and Kitzie Winship, have spent the past few months working with clients on a Recovery Cookbook. The group focuses on recipes, reasons we eat, budgeting for food, and nutrition - all in a relaxed, empowering environment where recipes are tested out and the men and...

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Seeking Safety with Dr. Lisa Najavits

On June 11, 2015 Dr. Lisa Najavits will be in Oakland offering a one day intensive training on her model for treating trauma called Seeking Safety. Participants will learn how to implement the model with adolescents and/or adults. This is a terrific opportunity to learn from the creator of Seeking...

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Join EBCRP to raise awareness for mental health

Every journey begins with that first step! Join us as NAMIWalks celebrates their 13th Anniversary in 2015. We are proud to support the largest and most successful mental health awareness and fundraising event in America! Through NAMIWalks' public, active display of support for people affected by mental illness, we are...

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Seeking Safety Training June 11th

On June 11th, Dr. Lisa Najavitz presented her evidence based model for the treatment of trauma called Seeking Safety to a sold out crowd of 250 at Samuel Merritt University. Unfortunately, folks were turned away as no room opened up on the waiting list. This is the first time EBCRP...