Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Funded EECRC to reach out to our community in response to the COVID 19 crisis to provide outreach, Education, Social Services and Wraparound Support. July 2020 to June 2023
SEED (Social Equity & Educational Development) sponsored Youth mentoring and Education project. July 2021 to June 2023
Portland Children's Levy Sponsored EECRC the Youth Tutoring and Mentoring Project that provides culturally focused mentoring services including outdoor science camps and leadership development . Youths 13 to 18 who identifies as refugees and/or immigrants of Eritrea and Ethiopia. Jan 2021-Dec 2023
Multnomah County Public Health
(MCPH) sponsored REACH program focusing on Covid-19 Response & Self Management skills for aging people with disabilities.
EECRC is a member of The African Communities Behavioral Health Collaborative that is a community-based work group and forum focused on addressing the diverse emotional wellness needs of African people in the tri-county area. ACBHC is a space for African community members, practitioners and leaders to work together to highlight and promote the need for effective culturally specific behavioral health services for our community members.
EECRC sponsored by Public health Institute through OHPI-RIFS coalition to assist Black( Ethiopian/Eritrean ) childcare providers In pursuing childcare Licensure in Oregon by Providing Culturally specific and language specific ( Amharic and Tigrgna) assistance to RFTS providers Seeking Childcare Licensure.
EECRC partnered with Unite Oregon in the Community Summit project to bring Ethiopian and Eritrean community to have their say in the effort of developing and implement of the community engagement strategy.