Using Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, City general funds, and Child Care Developer Fee funds, the City of Concord provides grants to qualified nonprofit and public agencies that offer essential public and human services, decent housing, economic opportunities, aid in the prevention of slums and blight and address urgent community needs such as disaster relief.
Monument Community Partnership
The Monument Community Partnership (MCP) is a broad-based collaborative of residents, human service agencies, health service agencies, the school district, city government and local business owners. MCP's goal is to improve the well-being of people who live in the Monument Community, a under-resourced neighborhood in Concord, California.
Contra Costa Crisis Center 211
211 is the national, toll-free, three-digit phone number to call 24 hours per day for information about local health and social services. It enables people to find out about valuable resources in their community quickly and easily. Please contact Contra Costa Crisis Center's 211 Info and Referral line by dialing 211 on your telephone.
The Concord Senior Center joins with other agencies and organizations to expand a variety of services to meet the needs of seniors in the Concord area. Human service providers are coordinated and facilitated through the Center staff.
Services include financial advice, legal aid, social and recreational services, health and wellness, human services, education and referrals to information and assistance which can be scheduled in person, by telephone or on the Internet.
If you're looking to lend a helping hand in Concord, this page has a few pointers to local volunteering opportunities.