Dear community members, our generous donors and supporters!
We at EECC are immensely grateful to all our donors for their generous financial and moral support needed to continue our mission.
Among clients EECC served in 2016, thirty-seven percent lived in poverty and thirty-five percent were low-income.
What we did during 2016:
- 281 clients received behavioral health help through our Immigrant Integration Project, designed to help immigrants and refugees in need to overcome their adjustment difficulties and integrate effectively into their new lives.
- 143 survivors of domestic violence and members of their families, victims of sexual assault and human trafficking were provided with comprehensive mental health treatment. With EECC’s help they achieved safety, received assistance and support so they could become self-sufficient and live productive lives.
- 77 elderly and disabled members of the community were provided in home counseling and case management to help them overcome their difficulties.
- 10 forensic mental health evaluations were conducted for members of the community with legal problems (family, criminal and immigration).
- 901 community members received referrals to social, affordable housing, law enforcement and legal services providers, educational, employment and medical organizations. For 92 of them we provided interpreting services.
- Throughout the past year we made regular visits (every three weeks) to shelters in the Greater Seattle area delivering counseling services and donated by members of the community clothes, household items and toys to shelters’ residents.
- 18 couples participated in therapeutic groups devoted to couple’s relationship issues.
- 52% of delivered services were provided by EECC’s staff and volunteers on pro bono basis.