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Dynamic Merger in Alameda County

East Bay Community Recovery Project Joins LifeLong Medical Care’s Family of Services   Partnership offers a fuller array of medical and behavioral health services   BERKELEY, CA – East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP) has joined LifeLong Medical Care’s family of services. The partnership allows LifeLong Medical Care and EBCRP to offer a fuller...

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Upcoming Health Fair

Join EBCRP wellness staff on Thursday, June 21st from 1-4pm as they host a health fair designed to help inform, uplift and connect you with services tailored to meet YOUR needs. Topics include HIV/Hep C information and testing, tobacco cessation, nutrition, resources to combat homelessness and more. Snacks and light...

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Spring Newsletter

We are always looking for ways to connect people with services in Alameda County. Our newsletter provides a snapshot of some of the different programs at EBCRP and gives a few ways to connect with us; whether through social media, our website, or a good, old-fashioned telephone. Click below for...

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Egg Hunt for Project Pride

Project Pride staff and interns do such a great job with traditions. None is sweeter than watching the babies in arms and toddlers search for colored eggs while everyone also enjoys a picnic. The hallmarks of Project Pride; traditions, continuity, community and fun provide a safe way for moms to...

PREP Alameda is looking for clients

PREP, a new collaboration in Alameda County, is looking for clients. PREP's mission is to transform the treatment of psychosis by intervening early and delivering effective treatment. They assist youth and young adults, ages 16-24, which have experienced a recent onset of psychosis. What is psychosis? Early warning signs include...

West Oakland Block Party

The San Pablo Corridor group hosted a neighborhood party on Saturday, August 6th. EBCRP has been a prominent figure in the neighborhood since 1989, and over the years we have become increasingly involved in efforts to revitalize, uplift, and inform community members of our services and of other programs that...