Non-Profit Agencies


Harbor Boats

Harbor Boats

Arts & Culture | Environmental | Social Services | Seniors | Consumers

All phone numbers are Area Code 510 unless stated otherwise.

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 Arts and Culture
East Bay Center for the Performing Arts
All levels of individual and group classes in dance and music taught by artists and musicians in a supportive environment.
Masquers Playhouse
Community theatre in Point Richmond, producing plays and musicals of the highest caliber for the last 48 years.
National Institute of Arts and Disabilities (NIAD)
Art programs for people with developmental disabilities, NIAD promotes independence, dignity and community integration.
Richmond Arts and Culture Commission
Coordinates arts organizations, artists, City and community; RACC advises the City regarding its artistic and cultural development.
Richmond Art Center
Encourages visual arts through exhibitions, education, and in-school programs; programs for adults, children and youth.>
Richmond Main Street Initiative, Inc.
Dedicated to revitalizing historic downtown Richmond as a vibrant urban village that reflects the community’s heritage.
Richmond Museum of History
Promotes study and research of Richmond’s history through collection, preservation, and display of historical materials.
SS Red Oak Victory Ship
The only WWII vessel built by the Kaiser Shipyards in Richmond, California that is being restored.
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 Environmental organizations
Friends of Baxter Creek
Dedicated to restoration of the creek flowing through Poinsett and Mira Vista parks and “Gateway” at Macdonald & San Pablo Ave.
Watershed Project
Educates and inspires communities to protect their local watersheds. Umbrella organization for many local groups.
  Social & Family Services
Community Violence & Rape Crisis Center
Works with the community to end sexual assault and family violence through prevention, crisis services, and treatment.
24 hr. hotline
Contra Costa Health Services
Emergency care, health insurance, alcohol and drug rehab, homeless assistance, environmental protection, and more.
Early Childhood Mental Health Program
Helps very young children recover from effects of trauma by fostering healthy emotional and social development.
Parents, Resources and More (PRAM)
Helps families with young children in Greater Richmond area.  Supports development of communities of healthy, happy, well-educated parents and children.
Rubicon Programs, Inc.
Helps people with disabilities, or are homeless or similarly disadvantaged develop skills, get jobs, and obtain housing.
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Contra Costa Senior Legal Services
Provides free legal services and seminars to residents of Contra Costa County who are sixty (60) years of age or older.
California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
Consumer education and advocacy, referrals to assisted living and nursing homes, legal referrals.
Elder Abuse Prevention
Education, advocacy, money management programs, telephone help, and more, for elder adults vulnerable to abuse or neglect.
Family Caregiver Alliance
Information and research related to benefits, care strategies, community resources, family issues and hands-on care.
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 Consumer services
Consumer’s Checkbook
Independent non-profit that rates local firms to help you find reliable and economical service.