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At DayBreak, 2018 was a year of big changes, learning, and growth. With our partners, we successfully piloted the Rapid Response Case Management (RRCM). Family Caregiver Support Program through a new partnership with Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI). We now offer support groups to our caregivers throughout the county. We made new connections with community-based service providers. We expanded our team.
Everything we were able to accomplish in the last year was because of our community and the compassionate individuals who serve them. We love working with you, and we thank you for connecting with us.
We are moving forward into this new year with the love, determination, focus, and innovative thinking that we value so much. Wishing everyone more peace, happiness, and growth in the new year! If you are looking for resources or curious to work with us, please feel free to reach us at 510-834-8314.
DayBreak will be hosting an all-day conference on Trauma Informed Care this spring! Joining us are two amazing keynote speakers, Dr. Joy DeGruy and Dr. Joyce Mikal-Flynn. Please stay tuned for more details, and feel free to give us a call if you have any questions!
DayBreak’s Rapid Response Case Management (RRCM) Program is now running full throttle! Our rapid response case managers are meeting individuals at the hospital during their most vulnerable time, and work with them to ensure they are discharged safely with connections and support back to the community.
In all cases, DayBreak is called on to work with individuals who have little to no resources. Often we meet individuals whose only possession is their hospital gown. We do everything in our power to provide the support, comfort, and dignity that each person deserves.
As we begin the new year, please consider giving a donation to our RRCM program to help us provide support to some of the most vulnerable individuals in our community. Every $50 you donate will allow us to purchase a kit of clothing, hygiene products, and personal items for those that we are serving through this program. This will make the whole difference for the many frail elders that we meet.
Help us help them.