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Crescent Park Multi-Cultural
Family Resource Center

5004 Hartnett Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804


Mr. Jason Goode, the Resource Coordinator II is the newest member of the Resource Center for Crescent Park. Here is a brief bio about him: “I’ve lived in the Bay Area my whole life and focused most of my career in education. My favorite pastime is fishing at Temescal and the Delta. I also enjoy camping with my family. I feel that it is very important for everyone to experience the amenities of the outdoors. I love to see youth ambitiously reach for their highest potential and pursue their dreams. I would like to be a mentor for youth and adults alike and help them to grow. I look forward to working with the Crescent Park community. “ Feel free to stop by to the Resource Center if you have any question or suggestion for re-source and services or you would like to say hello to Mr. Goode!

EAH Housing Community
EAH has been awarded the HUD “Best Practices” Award for its
Computer Learning Center, which provides access to technology to
very low-income residents. www.EAHhousing.org

Residents' Council
The Residents' Council meets every second Wednesday of each month 5-7pm at
5004 Hartnett Ave.


Crescent Park Multi-Cultural Family Resource Center founded in 1996 seeks to develop systematic approaches to Integrating Resources into the Crescent Park housing community. Service-enriched housing represents an innovative and systematic change in addressing the long term needs of families and individuals. As part of U.S. Housing and Urban Development’s Neighborhood Networks Initiative, the Crescent Park Multi-Cultural Family Resource Center works with residents to find programs that suit their needs.

• Food bank (snack program only)
• Literacy Program
• After-School Tutoring and Homework Assistance
• Homework Assistance
• Youth Activities and snacks
• Summer Lunch and snack Program
• Job Referrals
• Job Preparation Assistance
• Computer Learning Classes
• Richmond Police Dept.
• Red Cross
• East Bay Performing Art
• Booker T. Anderson  Recreation
• Access to Computer and Internet
• Faxing Services
• Community Room and Kitchen available
• Most services and programs are at little or no cost to residents only

Building Stronger Neighborhood Programs-Special programs are designed that focus on community awareness and family issues. The Center sponsors Crescent Park activities and announces community events through a quarterly newsletter. Meeting space is available.

EAH hired resident Ronald Blodgett to paint the lab.

Volunteers are welcome to help with various programs, including neighborhood outreach, tutoring, newsletter distribution, clerical and other duties. Hours and jobs vary to fit volunteer’s interests and schedules.

Crescent Park Apartments does not discriminate on the basis of handicapped status in the admission or access to, or treatment of employment in its federally assisted programs and activities.

Site Updated 02/16/2018
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