EBAC was founded in 1952 by local parents. Since then we have grown from a small program serving 18 children into more than 19,000 children and families every year.
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East Bay Agency for Children has completed and released its Strategic Plan for 2015-2017. We invite you to read the Executive Summary..
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80 children with severe emotional and behavioral disturbances work with EBAC therapists in 6 specialized day classes. Read more >
Many families turn to EBAC for help accessing critical community resources for their basic needs and educational support for their children. Read more >
Challenges of poverty, trauma, and neglect often prevent children from succeeding in school. EBAC's clinicians help. Read more >
How does a child who just lost a parent cope with new and difficult emotions? Some join EBAC's Circle of Care. Read more >
Breaking the cycle of abuse requires teaching children and youth strategies and skills to prevent all forms of child abuse and assault. Read more >