About Catholic Charities of the East Bay
Catholic Charities of the East Bay is a diverse, multi-service nonprofit Human Services agency. Since 1935, it has played a central role in providing social services and advocacy to those most in need in Contra Costa and Alameda counties regardless of their religious faith. Learn about the history of Catholic Charities of the East Bay.
Catholic Charities of the East Bay has adopted the following guiding principles, which express and define CCEB's commitment to excellence and guides agency planning processes.
- We are accountable to our community.
- As good stewards, we are committed to effectiveness and efficiency.
- We are committed to producing positive outcomes with accountability to those who purchase and use agency services.
- We are committed to continually evaluate agency systems and procedures and use findings to improve performance.
- We work in partnership with our community.
- We are committed to developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with the community and other organizations within the community.
- We invite and encourage client and stakeholder participation.
- We are committed to developing and maintaining a pluralistic, cooperative service delivery system.
- We are committed to coordinated effort to the Continuum of Care approach to service delivery.
Cultural Diversity/Cultural Competence
- We promote and implement cultural diversity and sensitivity in all agency programs, services and operations.
- We accept the responsibility to provide all services in a culturally competent way. We understand that we must continually build and strengthen the agency's multicultural insight, capacity and competence.
- We are committed to interdisciplinary teamwork and internal collaboration
- We are committed to proactive participation in and support of a pluralistic, cooperative service delivery system.
- We are committed to coordinated effort.
- We are committed to providing a continuum of care, which embraces a holistic person-in-environment approach that recognizes the interaction of social, cultural, environmental and psychodynamic factors.