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Rubicon Programs provides people with the knowledge, resources, and support to break the cycle of poverty. We commit to each of our program participants for up to three years to help them build an unshakeable foundation for future success.

Rubicon Can Help You:

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In Richmond and Antioch: Please call to make an appointment with one of our Ambassadors. An Ambassador is a current Rubicon participant who will meet with you one-on-one to answer any questions you might have about the program, and give you a tour of our facilities. If our program seems like a good fit, you will be scheduled to meet with one of our Impact Coaches to discuss your goals, and our program eligibility requirements. Please call Monday–Friday, 9am–6pm.

Rubicon Richmond

(510) 412-1725

101 Broadway Richmond, CA

Rubicon Antioch

(925) 399-8990

418 West 4th Street Antioch, CA

Other Rubicon Services and Sites

Rubicon provides a number of different services in partnership with local government and other service providers at sites throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Although the services provided may differ at each location, Rubicon’s dedication to helping people reach their goals is the same.

For questions about specific services offered, please contact the site directly. 

Rubicon Berkeley

1918 Bonita Avenue Berkeley, CA

Rubicon’s Berkeley site provides employment and asset building services, as well as housing assistance, to Alameda County residents who are currently homeless and seeking employment. Alameda County residents who are homeless and currently employed may also qualify for housing assistance. Documentation of homelessness is required for program entry.

For more information, or to find out how to obtain documentation of homelessness, please call (510) 549-8820

Hayward/Eden Area One-Stop Career Center

24100 Amador Street, 3rd Floor Hayward, CA

The Hayward/Eden Area One-Stop Career Center is open to any job seeker. The One-Stop provides access to computers, job listings and other resources to help you find employment. Additional employment services are available to those who qualify through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

For more information, please call (510) 670-5700

Reentry Success Center

912 Macdonald Avenue Richmond, CA

We exist to help our members and their families build satisfying, independent, and positive lives. We understand how incarceration can affect many parts of your life, so we are connected with dozens of partners that have expertise in a wide range of areas including: employment, housing, drug and alcohol treatment and family reunification. Services are completely free.

For more information, please call (510) 679-2122, M–F 9am–6pm