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2020 Vision
1835 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94703
2020 Vision is a gathering of several groups in Berkeley, all working toward the goal of equal achievement and healthMore for all Berkeley children by the year 2020. Those working together to make the necessary changes to make this happen include UC Berkeley, the City of Berkeley, Berkeley School District, faith-based groups, parents and teachers. Visit 2020 Vision's website for more information.
New Bridge Foundation
1841 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA 94703
Since 1968, New Bridge Foundation has used holistic and alternative methods to treat drug dependency and mental healthMore issues for adults in the Berkeley community. While the Berkeley Way address is an administrative office, the main treatment site is in a mansion overlooking the city in the Berkeley hills. It also provides school programs aimed at reducing drug dependency in teens.
Downtown Berkeley Association
2230 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
The Downtown Berkeley Association is a not-for-profit organization that represents property owners and theirMore merchant/business tenants in the downtown Berkeley area. it seeks to maintain an inviting and prosperous city center, promoting the services and venues available in downtown Berkeley. The Downtown Berkeley Association website has an extensive directory of local businesses and services, including dining, shopping, local transit and parking, upcoming events, arts and entertainment and more.
Berkeley Convention & Visitors Bureau
2030 Addison St, Berkeley, CA 94704
This office assists visitors with any questions about Berkeley. A smart, friendly staff offers detailed information. AMore rack of maps and brochures stands against one wall, alerting visitors to local activities, events and great places to eat. The office is located in East Berkeley, one block north of City Hall.
City of Berkeley Public Works/Customer Service
1326 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94702
The City of Berkeley Public Works Department oversees garbage and recycling services, street and sidewalk maintenance,More storm drains and sewers, transportation services and other vital functions that keep the city running. Broken parking meters, potholes, graffiti and electrical problems can be reported by calling customer service at the number listed.
City of Berkeley Recreation Division
1947 Center St, Berkeley, CA 94704
The City of Berkeley Recreation Division oversees 52 parks throughout the city, which include swimming pools,More athletic fields, basketball and tennis courts and playgrounds. It also offers summer camps, athletics and weekend activities for kids and teens.
Berkeley Services and North Cities One-Stop Career Center
1918 Bonita Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
This non-profit provides training, counseling and career planning, referrals of applicants to employers and otherMore services to help job seekers find the right career. It also helps homeless persons secure employment with the City of Berkeley.
City of Berkeley Family, Youth & Children's Mental Health Servic
3282 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA 94703
The Family, Youth & Children's Mental Health Services Clinic provides mental health and related social services toMore children, adolescents and their families who reside or attend schools in Berkeley and Albany. Services include group and individual therapy, case management and crisis intervention, as well as parent groups, community workshops and Spanish services. School-based services are available at various locations throughout the city and at the Berkeley High Health Center.
Jerry Adams Gallery
2050 Center St, Berkeley, CA 94704
The Jerry Adams Gallery is an art space at Berkeley City College which hosts exhibitions of student and faculty artists.More It is managed by the Berkeley City College Arts Council. Past exhibitions have included media such as photography, digital prints, paintings, drawings and sculptures and can range from student and faculty shows to annual invitational shows which feature artists from the community. The gallery is located in Berkeley's Arts and Entertainment District, half a block west of the BART station.
ELS Architecture
2040 Addison St, Berkeley, CA 94704
This architectural urban design firm specializes in designing public places like campuses, plazas, theaters and shoppingMore villages. Services include staffing, development, documentation and building assistance. The office is conveniently located two blocks west of the UC Berkeley campus, near City Hall and the Downtown Berkeley BART Station.

Women's Daytime Drop-In Center
2218 Acton St, Berkeley, CA 94702
This homeless service center run by the City of Berkeley provides information and referral services as well as caseMore management for homeless women in the Berkeley area. There's also a public bathroom, and clients may get free meals in exchange for doing chores for the center. 
St. John and Associates
2121 West St, Berkeley, CA 94702
This consulting firm specializes in commercial and residential property management for clients in Berkeley and theMore surrounding cities. Services include consulting, economic analysis and community development. The business is owned and operated by Michael St. John. The office is located at the eastern edge of Strawberry Creek Park in Central Berkeley.
Berkeley City College
2050 Center St # Ber, Berkeley, CA 94704
Berkeley City College is an energetic community college with its campus located just blocks from the University ofMore California, Berkeley. The college offers programs in a variety of subjects including business, English, multimedia arts, mathematics, American sign language, social science and women's studies. A variety of scheduling options are available to best accommodate your schedule, with classes offered on the weekend and online. The school was established in 1974 and is part of the Peralta Community College District. The college collaborates frequently with UC Berkeley and has a high transfer rate with the neighboring school. 
Berkeley High School
1980 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
Berkeley High is the only public high school in the city of Berkeley and enrolls about 3400 students in grades nineMore through twelve. With such a large student body, the school is able to offer a wide array of classes, from Spanish and Mandarin to dance and video to AP physics and math. A variety of sports, extracurricular activities, community service and youth development clubs are also available. The school features Small Learning Communities, which organize student academics into broad themes, including the environment and social justice, the arts, and an International Baccalaureate program.
Landmark Heritage Foundation
2315 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704
The Landmark Heritage Foundation is dedicated to preserving the Berkeley City Club, the building in which the foundationMore resides, and the legacy of its architect, Julia Morgan. Morgan was an important architect and one of the first women to find success in the field, and designed the Berkeley City Club, also known as "The Little Castle" in 1929. The foundation hosts tours of the building and runs a Julia Morgan museum open to the public. The City Club is available for private events.
City of Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
2125 Milvia St, Berkeley, CA 94704
The City of Berkeley’s Rent Stabilization Board provides information to tenants and landlords about theirMore rights and responsibilities under the Berkeley Rent Ordinance and California Rental Housing Law. Housing Counselors are available by appointment or on a drop-in basis. The Rent Stabilization Board assists in settling disputes between tenants and landlords through informal and formal hearings. Monthly public, televised meetings allow community members to participate in setting policy. For more information about meeting dates and locations, visit the board's website.
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