East Bay Community Recovery Project is a non-profit organization that aims to reduce the impact of substance abuse, mental illness, and incarceration in our community. We provided the following services.
2nd Location: 2545 San Pablo Avenue Oakland, CA 94612 (510) 446-7160
Project Pride: Provides residential substance use treatment for pregnant and parenting women. Young children up to the age of 6 are welcome to stay in the program with their mothers. Additional services are available for partners and family members. Project Pride also has a limited number of rooms for women who are not pregnant or parenting.
In addition to substance use counseling, residents receive training and support on improving parenting and life skills. Children receive supervised, supportive child care, education, and play/art/music therapy. Our program helps the residents achieve pride in themselves and their children.
For information about admission, please call (510) 446-7150. For general questions about Project Pride, please call (510) 446-7160.
Project Pride is located on San Pablo Ave. Free street parking is available. Project Pride is served by a major transit route including AC Transit #72. It is approximately 1 mile from 19th St. BART.
Tobacco Treatment: You might be worried about the effect tobacco is having on your health, and for good reason. Tobacco causes cancer and makes almost all diseases harder to manage. Quitting is not easy, but it is possible, and we are here to help!
-We are ready to help! Make an appointment to talk about reducing or quitting today!
-Your therapist or behavioral health professional can also help.
-Counseling support can increase your chances of quitting. The CA Smokers’ Helpline will provide you with counseling and two weeks of free nicotine patches. Call them now at 1-800-NO-BUTTS / 800-987-2908.
-Text programs are also available! text Quit Smoking to 66819 from your mobile phone.
-Listen to our podcast to learn more about the impact tobacco has on us and our communities. Topics include menthol, self-care, nicotine and more.
Services for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness: This program provides services for homeless individuals in the community, with a focus on case management including linkage to the coordinated entry system for permanent housing, employment services, access to educational and volunteer resources, and connection to medical appointments. Onsite services also include access to showers, laundry, and phone charging stations. Direct access to counseling services within the Our Place program is available, as well. For more information, please call (510) 446-7180.
Ryan White: Our program serves HIV+ adults by providing mental health and substance use counseling; this includes individual, group, couples, and family counseling. For more information about Ryan White, including eligibility, please call (510) 446-7180.
Transition to Treatment (T2T): LifeLong EBCRP partners with Alameda County Behavioral Health Care to provide pre-release services for inmates at Santa Rita Jail who have co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Our staff provide weekly counseling and educational groups and help plan for a seamless, coordinated reentry. For more information about T2T, please call (510) 728-8600.