Resources – Homelessness

Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO)


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,

AIDS Housing Information Project (AHIP)


AHIP is a program of Eden I & R ( 211) that serves the Alameda County community, and is funded by Alameda County HCD and the City of Oakland HOPWA Grant.  Eden I & R (Information & Referral) is a non-profit agency committed to linking Alameda County families with a range of community resources. AHIP

East Oakland Community Project


East Oakland Community Project is a multi-service organization offering emergency and transitional housing in Alameda County. Our state of the art emergency housing facility, Crossroads provides dignified accommodations and holistic services to homeless people, including individuals battling HIV/AIDS. Over 16,000 of Alameda County’s homeless have come through our doors since 1990. In addition to Crossroads,

Alameda County Community Housing and Support Services


The Alameda County Social Services Agency provides cash aid or housing voucher assistance to families and single adults who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless in the county. The Agency also contracts with local county homeless shelter providers to provide emergency shelter for homeless singles and families throughout the county. The Agency provides assistance

Alameda County Health Care for Homeless Program


Alameda County Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) coordinates a network of health centers and community based organizations to increase access and improve care for people experiencing homelessness. Our mission is to improve the health of persons in Alameda who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Alameda County Health Care for the Homeless (HCH)

Tri-Valley Haven (Homeless and Family Support Services)


Now in our fourth decade, Tri-Valley Haven continues to be a vital community resource serving adults and children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or homelessness. We are a safe place, above all, for people who need to be protected before they can begin moving forward. But we are also a place that is

Pocket Guide to Human Services


The Human Services Pocket Guide Is a joint effort by the cities of Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton to cumulate known resources into one handy pocket-sized guide.  The Pocket Guide provides information on resources for basic human service needs such as food, shelter, healthcare, developmental and physical disability, education and employment, etc.  The Pocket Guide is

Homeless and Caring Court


The Homeless and Caring Court is an alternative to the traditional criminal justice court system; sessions are held in non-threatening community centers rather than the traditional courtroom. The court session is focused on the homeless and formerly homeless and assembles every other month to resolve individuals’ traffic, infractions and non-violent minor misdemeanor cases. The court

Discovery Community Breakfasts – Sundays


This meal is provided to local homeless and low income individuals and families Offering a Sunday morning community breakfast, everyone is welcome When:          Sundays from 9:30 - 10:30. Where:        5862 Las Positas, Livermore Contact:      (925) 449-5256 Website: