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 array of medical, behavioral health, substance-use treatment, case management, and dental services to Alameda County residents.
“Both LifeLong Medical Care and EBCRP believe that everyone has the right to high-quality care. This partnership will help us deliver excellent, integrated care across the County,” said Marty Lynch, LifeLong Medical Care’s Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer.
“By merging with LifeLong Medical Care, we are strengthening our collective mission to increase access to high-quality mental health, substance-use disorder, primary care, dental and wellness services to people with some of the greatest needs in our community”, said Marta Rose, EBCRP co-founder and LifeLong-EBCRP Program and Operations Director.
East Bay Community Recovery Project was founded in 1989 by Joan Zweben, PhD, and Marta Rose, LMFT, to provide recovery services for people with co-occurring substance use and mental-health services in Alameda County. Its programs serve approximately 1,100 low-income populations with complex behavior health needs and substance use disorders at four service sites: three in Oakland and one in Hayward.
More than 50 percent of EBCRP clients already access LifeLong’s primary care services through medical centers operated on-site for EBCRP and through other LifeLong Health Centers such as LifeLong Trust, LifeLong Downtown Oakland, LifeLong Ashby, and LifeLong East Oakland. We are looking forward to integrating the rest of the EBCRP clients into LifeLong’s family.
About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 16 health centers, mental health services, three Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, four School-Based Health Centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.
About East Bay Community Recovery Project: East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP) was founded in 1989 by Dr. Joan Zweben, PhD, and Marta Rose, LMFT. Their vision to provide comprehensive substance use and co-occurring disorder care in Alameda County has helped over 25,000 people build healthy and productive futures for themselves and their families. EBCRP helps low-income men, women, and families with complex behavioral health needs at four services locations: three in Oakland (Project Pride, FACT/TrACT, and Day Support/Holistic Health), and one in Hayward (for adults on probation or parole).
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