To help find food, Contra Costa County has a new GIS (global information system) mapping tool. It can be used on any mobile device, just like searching for the nearest gas station or cafe on your phone.
Contra Costa County COVID-19 Food Distribution Map: https://cccgis.link/Food
Our 211 database is continually updated with resources and critical info. If assistance is needed with food, housing, utilities, etc., we can connect you to resources.
Dial 2-1-1 or Text ‘HOPE’ to 20121
Employee and Empoyer Resources
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Contra Costa County Face Coverings Order
The Contra Costa Crisis Center is a nonprofit organization, committed to provide free 24/7 services to everyone in need.
Our center meets the “gold seal” standard of service as it is nationally certified by the American Association of Suicidology.
The mission of the Contra Costa Crisis Center is to keep people alive and safe, help them through crises, and provide or connect them with culturally relevant services in the community.
We have the upmost respect for your confidentiality and will never disclose any type of sensitive and personal information.
Our team has a staff of 16 dedicated individuals, assisted by nearly 100 volunteers that help keep people safe.
Your generosity helps us continue our life saving services – keeping help available around the clock, for everyone who needs it.
Help us help others.
- City of Antioch
- City of Concord
- City of Walnut Creek
- Concord/Pleasant Hill Health Care District
- Contra Costa County Aging & Adult Services
- Contra Costa County Behavioral Health Services
- Contra Costa County CDBG Program
- Contra Costa County Employment & Human Services Department
- Contra Costa County Health Services
- First 5 Contra Costa
- Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation
- Firedoll Foundation
- Kaiser Permanente
- Leftovers Thrift Shop
- Michael Peacock Foundation
- Opus Bank
- Union Bank
- United Way of the Bay Area