INTEGRATING RESOURCES INTO
AFFORDABLE HOUSING RESPONDING
TO RESIDENT NEEDS
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.
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
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
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 11/26/2014
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Welcome , Bienvenidos, Yinh Dee Torn Hup
Crescent Park Multi-Cultural
Family Resource Center
5004 Hartnett Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804
Kelly M. Crowell, Jr. Director (has retired)
Phone: (510) 692-4722
Fax: (510) 232-7423
EAH Scholarship Application Link
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.
The Residents' Council meets every
second Wednesday of each month
5-7pm at 5004 Hartnett Ave.
Next Resident Council Meeting
December 10, 2014