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About Us

Continuum Care Center (CCC) is a grassroots culturally specific non-profit Recovery Community Organization (RCO) led by members of the recovery community. We provide resources to promote long-term recovery and improve the quality of life while building recovery capital.

At CCC, we work with other community service providers and organizations to help individuals navigate barriers to recovery. We provide culturally appropriate peer support services and resources to the most vulnerable population. These non-clinical services support those individuals in homeless shelters, camps, and treatment centers and those seeking support when dealing with substance use disorders.

Meet the Team


Executie Director and Founder

Eric Bacon

After being active in the community for 25 years, and a passion for working with the homeless population, our founder and Executive Director, Eric Bacon, created Continuum Care Center. Eric has been in recovery for 29 years, and uses his lived experience with homelessness, incarceration, and addiction to connect with people where they are while honoring all pathways to recover and self-sufficiency. With his inception of this non-profit Recovery Community Organization, we strive to peer-to-peer support to those with substance use and mental health disorders.

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Project Coordinator

Kelly Ables

As our Project Coordinator through Ampact (Recorverycorps), Kelly brings to CCC her passion for helping those who struggle with substances and are looking for their own path to recovery. Originally from Albia, Iowa, she has been in the Twin Cities since 2002, and has been in recovery herself since April 2021. While being a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist since January 2022, she is also trained in Harm Reduction, served as the Project Coordinator at Minnesota Recovery Connection, and is a Community Naloxone Trainer trained through Steve Rummler HOPE Network. 


Office Administrator

Danelle Ellingboe

As our Office Administrator, Danelle brings to CCC her passion in advocation for sexual trauma and human trafficking as well as peer services for couples seeking recovery. With a background in juvenile probation and adolescent education, Danelle started her journey working in 2001 as the Office Manager at MN Acorn and has continued having an active role in the community since. She is a certified Peer Recovery Specialist, a Steve Rummler HOPE network certified overdose response and community trainer, as well as a MN department of Human Services verified vulnerable adult mandated reporter. 

Contact Us


1 West Water Street, Suite 210

Saint Paul, MN 55107

1011 West Broadway Ave, Suite 201

Minneapolis, MN 55411


P 651-888-6103

F 651-393-5161

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