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Programs & Services Overview


The theory of change that underlies the work of CCEB drives our programs and services. Our theory is that by focusing on clear target populations with need and addressing core issues that lead to poverty, we can partner with clients to create self-sufficiency, strong families and safe communities.

Catholic Charities services people in need who reside in the East Bay. For those living below the California self-sufficiency standard in the East Bay we aim to:

  • Meet the immediate needs of individuals and families through a social safety net, and locate long-term support through CCEB programs and partners
  • Create resilience and economic health among low-income child rearing households, youth (adolescent through age 24), immigrants & refugees

Theory of Change

Theory of cahnge: who we serve 

Get in Touch

If you are looking for assistance, please contact one of our three offices, below. For general inquiries or to learn more about our services, please contact our main office at 510.768.3100. For Legal Services, you can reach us toll free at

Oakland officesOakland - Main Office

433 Jefferson Street
Oakland, CA 94607
For more information,
Telephone: 510.768.3100
Fax: 510.451.6998
Directions

 

Programs and Services at the Oakland / Alameda Office

  • Critical Family Needs and Homelessness Prevention
  • Oakland Crisis Response Support Network
  • Refugee Employment Services
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
  • Refugee Resettlement Services
  • Restorative & Trauma Informed Mental Health Services
  • Employment and Training
  • Legal Immigration and Naturalization Services

 


Concord Family Center

3540 Chestnut Avenue
Concord, CA 94519
For more information,
Telephone: 925.825.3099
Fax: 925.825.5503
Directions

Programs and Services at the Concord office:

  • Restorative & Trauma Informed Mental Health Services
  • Legal Immigration and Naturalization Services
  • Critical Family Needs and Homelessness Prevention
  • Housing Counseling and Case Management
  • Child Welfare Intensive Case Management
  • Monument Corridor Family Strengthening
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) 

Richmond Office

2369 Barrett Avenue
Richmond CA 94804
For more information:
Telephone: 510.234.5110
Fax: 510.237.6778
Directions

Programs and Services at the Richmond Office:

  • Bilingual Certified Medical Assistant Training Project
  • Early Childhood Education Job Training Project
  • Legal Immigration and Naturalization Services
  • Restorative & Trauma Informed Practices for Teens & Schools (RTIPS 4Teens & RTIPS 4Schools)

 


 Regional Centers located in: Oakland / Concord / Richmond



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