Organizational Capacity Building

Mercy Perinatal Recovery Network
To fund the hiring of a development director.

BEST San Mateo
The following grants represent the first phase of the capacity-building initiative BEST San Mateo, in which San Mateo County treatment providers received resources for assessment, evaluation and project planning.

Asian American Recovery Service

Daytop California

El Centro de Libertad


Free at Last

Horizon Services

Latino Commission

Project Ninety

Pyramid Alternatives

Service League of San Mateo County

Sitike Counseling Center

Women's Recovery Association

YFA Insights

Systems Change and Education

California State University, Long Beach
To fund a planning grant to develop Baldridge criteria for substance abuse treatment programs.

Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy Institute
To fund the development of a research institute for the County Alcohol and Drug Program Administrators Association of California (CADPAAC).

University of California, San Diego
To develop a short-term communications strategy for Proposition 36.

To fund an educational video capturing interviews with recovering addicts to inform and inspire others with their success stories.

University of California, San Francisco
To perform a start-up evaluation of Proposition 36 for San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, in partnership with the San Francisco Foundation.


Center for Human Development
To fund an emergency grant to assist in the continuation of a summer camp for low-income youth in Richmond, California.

Center Point
To assist in the purchase of a dedicated vehicle for the adolescent program.

East Bay Community Recovery Project
To assist in capital improvements to the family treatment facility.