Concord Communities Alliance
Working for a Just and Equitable Concord
Concord Communities Alliance (CCA) is a grassroots organization of Concord, CA residents, and other supporters. We believe everyone should be able to comfortably live, work and raise a family here, but we recognize that is not currently the case. CCA exists to inform, organize, and mobilize Concord residents to achieve more just and equitable conditions for all who call our city their home.
About Concord Communities Alliance
CCA exists to inform, organize and mobilize Concord residents to achieve more just and equitable conditions for all who call our city their home—to move beyond the status quo to political, economic, and social conditions consistent with the shared American values of mutual respect, fairness, democracy, and the common good.
HOUSING & HOMELESSNESS
Unhoused folks are our neighbors as much as any renter or homeowner in Concord. They deserve patience, persistent outreach, and as many support services as we can provide until they are placed in more permanent housing. CCA works with many community partners on outreach and advocacy for unhoused members of our community.
CCA also advocates for affordable housing and tenant protections that will ensure folks who are housed can stay housed.
At CCA, we believe in a safe and equitable Concord for our most vulnerable communities. Our goal is to unite and empower citizens to demand services that uplift Concord residents – services like housing, mental health support, transportation, education, and healthcare. We work with citizens and community organizations to gather data on funding, resources, and community impact. We use this to fight for transparency, civilian oversight, and an ultimate reduction in surveillance, gang databases, and police patrolling in our communities.
CONCORD NAVAL WEAPONS STATION
The development of the Concord Naval Weapons Station (CNWS) will be one of the most significant projects in Concord’s history. The decisions made will affect affordable housing, local labor unions, open space and environmental preservation, and transit planning (among many others) which are vitally important aspects of Concord’s future. Our goal at CCA is to engage with residents and community stakeholders and advocate for the needs of the most impacted.
Recent Posts from CCA:
Concord Communities Alliance endorses Laura Nakamura for Concord City Council in District 5. She has a proven history of commitment to Concord’s most vulnerable citizens. She has supported housing security, responses to the unhoused, and solutions for traffic...
Natalie is a fellow Concord Communities Alliance Member March 31st is the Transgender Day of Visibility. It wasn't until 2016 that medical providers were required by law to cover transitional services through healthcare plans. This decision was in response to...
Events with CCA:
Latest Past Events
Join us for our regular membership meeting! We meet every 4th Thursday of each month. Currently, we are still meeting via Zoom due to the pandemic. Sign up to become […]
As many of you know, Concord Communities Alliance voted to endorse Roxanne Carrillo Garza for District 4 County Supervisor. As part of that endorsement, we are asking our members and followers to consider […]
Concord PD is considering a surveillance drone program. Come learn about the harm drone policing has on communities in our virtual webinar.Please join Concord Communities Alliance, the ACLU of Northern California, […]
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Get in Touch!
Relationships are the bedrock of our work, so your comments, questions and input are important. If you have something on your mind, please don’t hesitate to contact us!