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September is National Recovery Month

September marks the 23rd annual observance of National Recovery Month.  Our colleagues at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) organize Recovery Month as an observance to educate Americans on the fact that addiction treatment and mental health services can enable people with a mental and/or substance use disorder to live healthy...

Week of Caring Volunteers

A big Thank You to our volunteers from Chevron who came out and helped the women and staff of Project Pride with their move into the recently renovated building.  This was a huge day, and so much was accomplished thanks to their help.  Staff from the the legal group assembled...

2012 ADP Conference in Sacramento

EBCRP's very own are presenting on Thursday August 23rd at this year’s ADP conference in Sacramento. The conference will focus on ideas for integrating addiction prevention, treatment and recovery support services with primary care and mental health. Our staff will be sharing their experience integrating family treatment in a residential...

Thank You!

Thank You for the support! Our collaborative event with East Bay Housing Organization was a huge success.  Over 50 people toured our properties, even though they are still currently under construction!  Billed as a hard hat tour, folks from all over Alameda County came through to see the 27 supportive housing...

Thursday May 17th: Join EBCRP During Affordable Housing Week

East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO) is a 28-year-old membership non-profit organization, founded in 1984, dedicated to working with communities in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to preserve, protect and expand affordable housing opportunities through education, advocacy, and coalition building.   Every May for 15 years, EBHO and our partners have reached thousands...

Parolee Services Network (PSN) Returns to Hayward

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) recently announced the restoration of PSN funding for FY 2011-12. This means that adult men and women who are on parole from CDCR can participate in community based alcohol and drug treatment services.   For more information about receiving PSN services in Hayward, please...

Construction Update for the New Project Pride

Renovation efforts to rehabilitate a vacant single-room occupancy hotel into a sustainable permanent home for Project Pride have continued. Construction of the new facility, which intends to restore the property to its original historical facade, should be complete by summer of 2012. Project Pride, founded in 1993, offers pregnant and...

November is Prematurity Awareness Month

Prematurity is the leading killer of America's newborns. Those who survive often have lifelong health problems, including cerebral palsy, mental retardation, chronic lung disease, blindness and hearing loss. Honor the million babies worldwide who died this year because they were born too soon, and the 12 million more who struggle...

Meet and Greet in the Parking Lot

It's the start of school and around here that means a new batch of interns from Master's and Doctorate level programs throughout the Bay Area. Under a beautiful blue sky, new hires (interns included) met with some of the old guard and swapped stories, ate lunch and began the process...

Another great FACT video. Introducing Elliot.

No doubt there is tremendous joy in helping others. The only thing more joyful is watching someone learn to help themselves. This short video by David Morange introduces us to Elliot, a FACT resident partner who learns to make the most out of what is offered and seems to surprise...

Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT)

Thanks to the Mental Health Services Act - Proposition 63, we are able to provide care to some of the hardest to reach men and women in Alameda County. This wonderful video highlights the FACT program headquartered at East Bay Community Recovery Project. FACT Agency from City Centre Digital on Vimeo....

Renovations under Way for 2545 San Pablo Ave.

EBCRP has partnered with Affordable Housing Associates (AHA) to rehabilitate a vacant single-room occupancy hotel into a sustainable permanent home for Project Pride. Demolition of this blighted property began in February and will be completed by the end of May. Construction of the new facility, which intends to restore the...

Project Pride Presenting at BASAP March 9th, 2011

Berkeley Alcohol and Substance Abuse Providers (BASAP) is a group of local community organizations and City programs. They are hosting their 5th biennial conference and EBCRP staff is among the presenters. Registration is still open and CEU's are available. For more information, click on this link for the conference pamphlet. You may...