Resources – Bay Area

Habitat for Humanity – In Home Rehab Project in the Tri-Valley

2017-10-14T17:58:48+00:00

For many homeowners, especially those with limited incomes, the cost of home maintenance and repairs can be extremely un-affordable. Habitat is here to help. Habitat East Bay/Silicon Valley works to alleviate critical health and safety issues by offering home repairs to qualified homeowners with low-incomes. Eligible homeowners can get help with interior and exterior home

Joni and Friends Disability Ministry

2017-08-14T23:36:10+00:00

For over 35 years, our mission has been to communicate the Gospel and to equip Christ-honoring churches worldwide to evangelize and disciple people affected by disabilities. Through ministry programs like Family Retreats and Wheels for the World, we serve the global disability community in Christ’s name. Find out how you can become involved in serving

Alameda County Foster Parent Association

2017-08-14T23:07:08+00:00

The Alameda County Foster Parent Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to empowering, supporting, educating and advocating for Licensed Foster Parents, Relative and Non-relative caregivers and adoptive families throughout Alameda County.  Our mission is to help ensure consistent, safe, quality care for children in need of out-of-home placement. Alameda County Foster Parent Association 1271

Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO)

2017-08-13T23:11:23+00:00

Founded in 1986, Family Emergency Shelter Coalition, (FESCO) by a coalition of area churches and community members in Mid-Alameda County serves low/extremely low-income homeless families with food, emergency, transitional, and permanent housing and supportive services in furtherance  of its mission to move these families towards self-sufficiency and permanent housing. FESCO serves single mothers with children,

Spectrum Community Services, HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program) & Weatherization

2017-08-13T23:03:30+00:00

Spectrum Community Services Inc., administers federally-funded programs to help low-income household pay their energy bills (HEAP, Home Energy Assistance Program) and provide energy-savings measures (Low Income Weatherization Assistance Program) to people who meet the eligibility requirements.  See website for application packet and/or application pick up locations in Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore. HEAP :  (510) 881-0300 ext 216,

Regional Center for the East Bay, RCEB

2017-08-13T22:42:48+00:00

Regional Center of the East Bay, (RCEB) serves people of all ages with developmental disabilities.  RCEB also serve infants and toddlers with developmental delay as well as those who are at high risk for developmental disability or those who have an established risk for developmental disability. The RCEB is one of 21 Regional Centers that

Lawyer Referral Service, Alameda County Bar Association

2017-08-13T22:36:27+00:00

The ACBA Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) can match you with a pre-screened Alameda County Lawyer qualified to help you with your legal issues. LRS phones are open from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., and 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.   If you call after hours, you can leave a message and we will

Teen Challenge NorWestCal Nevada

2017-08-13T22:24:36+00:00

Teen Challenge NorWestCal Nevada is a 12-18 month residential recovery program that provides help to those struggling with destructive and abusive lifestyles such as drug and alcohol addiction. We have three homes in the Northern California, two in Nevada and one in the Philippines, dedicated to assisting men, women, children, teenagers and entire families who

Army Emergency Relief, AER

2017-08-13T22:18:09+00:00

AER is the Army's own emergency financial assistance organization and is dedicated to "Helping the Army Take Care of its Own." AER financial assistance is conducted within the Army structure by mission commanders and garrison commanders through AER Sections located at U.S. Army installations worldwide.  At Army Emergency Relief we help Soldiers and Families like

Ability Now Bay Area

2017-08-13T22:02:18+00:00

Ability Now Bay Area, a 501 (c) 3, non-profit  offers opportunity, advocacy and advancement for people with disabilities in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.  Formerly known as the Cerebral Palsy Center it offers services to adults with developmental and physical disabilities.  Programs include education, communication, computer literacy, vocational training, wellness and community integration while promoting