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Happy Mother’s Day

EBCRP would like to wish all the MOMS out there a special and glorious day. In Project Pride, the festivities started early and included brunch, gifts, songs, and laughter. We had so many volunteers who helped make this event special. The moms in our program really took the time to...

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A Benefit to Celebrate our 25th Anniversary

East Bay Community Recovery Project is excited to commemorate our 25th anniversary with a community wide celebration on Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 5pm-9pm.  Join us at the beautiful Berkeley Yacht Club for an evening of good food and great times. Together we will reflect on the work we’ve done and look...

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National Wellness Week

National Wellness Week takes place during the third week of September. National Wellness Week’s overarching theme every year is Living Wellness, to emphasize that no matter which dimension of wellness we focus on, our ultimate goal is to live well within our bodies, minds, and communities. The theme also shows that...

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Kaiser Permanente Staff Give Back

Some call it the ripple effect: Do something good and that goodness will often ripple forward and manifest in other acts of kindness. Such could be said of the scene at The "New" Kaiser Permanent hospital and offices in San Leandro, Ca when a team of Kaiser Permanente staff had the...

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Leadership Interview with Dr. Zweben

Congratulations to Dr. Joan Zweben for being recognized as a clinical leader and pioneer by William L. White. In his White Paper series, Mr. White highlights individuals who have dedicated their careers to enhance the field of addiction research and treatment. It is an honor for EBCRP, and particularly Dr....

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Staff Publication on Gender Responsive Treatment

Congratulations to Yael Moses and Dr. Joan Zweben for having an article published in the most recent book by UNICRI (United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Reseach Institute). The article focuses on "Dolores", a resident in Project Pride, and her path to recovery. It highlights the importance of gender responsive...

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Free Public Lecture on Living with Schizophrenia

Thank you PREP Alameda County and NAMI EastBay for sharing information about an upcoming lecture by Ron Coleman and his wife Karen. Ron will talk about his recovery, after being diagnosed with schizophrenia and spending 13 years in & out of the psychiatric system. The dates are April 10th in San Francisco and April...

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PREP Wins a Prestigious Award

On January 22nd, 2014, the National Council for Behavioral Health awarded The Felton Institute's Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP) program the Science to Service Award for inspiring hope, advocacy, leadership, and impact in the field of mental health. PREP is being recognized for its success in providing evidence-based...