LifeLong East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP) supports self-sufficiency and wellness of individuals and families by providing comprehensive and integrated services for mental health, substance use and related health conditions while addressing housing and employment.
22971 Sutro St.
Hayward, CA 94541
Programs include justice and reentry services, including providing behavioral health services within the County jail.
Our Hayward location is a single story, stand alone building offering ADA accessibility. There is free parking on site and on nearby side streets. The office is located along a major bus line (#35 and #37) and approximately 0.7 miles from Hayward BART.
2577 San Pablo Ave.
Oakland, CA 94612
Program services include counseling, comprehensive case management, tobacco cessation support, and HIV care, prevention and education.
Our Oakland outpatient programs are located on San Pablo Avenue. All of the programs are housed on a ground floor level, providing this location with ADA accessibility to our services. Free street parking is available. This location is served by a major transit route including AC Transit #72. It is approximately 1 mile from 19th Street BART
2545 San Pablo Ave.
Oakland, CA 94612
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.
Project Pride is a residential substance use treatment program for pregnant or parenting women.
LifeLong EBCRP works with adult men and women involved with the Federal criminal justice system. In addition to substance use and mental health counseling, we provide clinical case management and referrals to other support services. We have a drop in group for the reentry population. For more information about our criminal justice services, please call (510) 728-8600.
LifeLong EBCRP partners with Alameda County Behavioral Health Care to provide pre-release services for male inmates at Santa Rita Jail who have co-occurring disorders. The program, formerly called Transition to Treatment is now called Adult Forensic Behavioral Health (AFBH). Our staff provide weekly educational groups and help plan for a seamless, coordinated reentry. For more information about AFBH, please call (510) 728-8600.
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Programs provides HIV-related health services for those who do not have sufficient healthcare coverage or financial resources to cover their HIV care needs. LifeLong EBCRP’s Ryan White funded Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling program works with HIV+/AIDS infected and affected populations. We see adult men and women referred from medical, case management, legal and family services and other agencies. Services provided include mental health and substance use assessments, individual and group counseling. For more information about Ryan White, including eligibility, please call (510) 446-7180.
We receive both County and Federal funding to offer care, education, and prevention services to populations most at risk for HIV/AIDS. Counselors and case managers are available to support clients as they move through their feelings, the behaviors that put them at risk, and to help navigate through other support systems. Our goal is for every client to receive the most comprehensive care available.
All of our programs and grounds are tobacco-free. Under the leadership of Dr. Samali Lubega and Project Manager, Patricia Sanchez, this project provides clinical staff training and technical assistance to LifeLong EBCRP service providers on how to effectively address and treat the deadly and addictive effects of tobacco and nicotine abuse.
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 and access to educational and volunteer resources. Specific services include:
- Case Management (wrap around services)
- Connection to housing, benefits, and medical appointments
- Safe Link
- Phone charging area
- Education and prevention for HIV, Hepatitis C, and smoking cessation
- Other recreational activities and nourishing snacks
We offer a unique residential program to address mental health, alcohol and other drug problems, involving family members as much as possible. Our services address the needs of the women and children in a tobacco free environment.
Mothers receive training and support on improving socialization, communication, leadership and life skills. The children receive supervised, supportive child care, education, play/art/music therapy, and ongoing developmental assessments. Our program helps women achieve pride in themselves and their children.
We make every effort to accommodate pregnant or parenting women, or women in the process of reunification. Women do not have to have their children with them at the time of admission. Priority is given to pregnant women. For information about admission, please call (510) 446-7150. For general questions about Project Pride, please call (510) 446-7160.