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Our Impact in 2021

22,756

people received essential services, including food, rent, visa cards for necessities, training, counseling and case management

$3.9 million

in housing assistance distributed

738

East Bay households that received assistance

$4,103

average amount of assistance

Food assistance

 

8,210

boxes of food provided

134,830

pounds of food distributed

19,998

people fed

Immigration Legal Services

1,172

new legal cases opened

511

people who began path toward citizenship

156

people who applied for U.S. citizenship, thanks to our help

Crisis Response Services, Oakland

 

79

families receiving services following the homicide of a loved one

775

hours of clinical counseling and case management provided

Family Preservation in Contra Costa County

76

families receiving in-depth services

648

hours of clinical counseling and case management provided

School-Based Mental Health Services

 

237

Oakland and Richmond students helped with in-depth support to stay in school and succeed in life

General Inquires


14,222

people provided information and referrals to programs that could assist them

Volunteers

 

18

volunteers worked 1,084 hours helping our housing program, food distributions and other services