This organization is focused on the Tri-Valley homeless. At Livermore Homeless Refuge, we partner with local churches to provide a clean, dry, warm and safe refuge for people who need a place to stay. We provide dinner and breakfast, a sleeping mat, and a sleeping bag. The Refuge opens when the weather is forecasted to be
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The Livermore Homeless Refuge is a partnership between four Livermore churches: Asbury United Methodist Church - 4743 East Avenue Tri-Valley Church of Christ - 4481 East Ave 1st Presbyterian Church Weekends only - 2020 Fifth St. (Entrance on 4th St.) Holy Cross Lutheran Church - 1020 Mocho Street The Livermore Homeless Refuge (LHR) was created to provide a
Family Education and Resource Center (FERC) – Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services (ACBHCS)CityServeAdmin2018-09-12T22:35:42-07:00
The Family Education and Resource Center ('FERC') is a new family/caregiver-centered program that provides information, education, advocacy and support services to family/caregivers of children, adolescents, transitional age youth, adults, and older adults with serious emotional disturbance or mental illness living in all regions of Alameda County. These services are provided in a culturally competent manner,
If you are interested in volunteering with the Stanford Health Care- ValleyCare Auxiliary visit the website below. Click on the Donate and Volunteer tab, then select Auxiliary to download the application and job descriptions. Volunteer positions are available in the following area: Livermore: Urgent Care, Ambulatory Surgery, Ambassador, Auxiliary Office Pleasanton: Cancer Center, Health Library,
Tri-Valley families and individuals may select one bag of items per visit. The Hanger is staffed by students with disabilities in a vocational skills classroom. Special needs high school students are taught job skills while providing clothing to Pleasanton families in need. Tax deductible donations can be dropped off at the Pleasanton School District’s special education office
Echo Housing, Eden Council for Hope & Opportunity provides assistance to Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton Residents with the following services: Rental Assistance Program assists Alameda County renters with move-in costs or delinquent rent due to temporary financial setback. Note: This not an emergency program. Takes 2-3 weeks AFTER a pre-screen is done with tenant. Homebuyer
Child Care Links is a private, non-profit agency advocating for quality child care. We act as a link between government social service agencies and families. Child care subsidies/financial assistance programs are available for eligible families to assist with child care fees. Last fiscal year, Child Care Links provided over 180,000 diapers to 366 low income
Eden Garden offers opportunities to provide fresh, organic, seasonal produce grown in our garden on our Freisman Rd. property to local area charitable organizations. Volunteer opportunities include planting seedlings, prepping to build: new beds, fencing, a greenhouse and lay irrigation and electrical. No skill required. The community is invited to help. For more
Monthly Parkinson's Support Groups are available in the Tri-Valley. When: second Saturday of each month, 10:00 AM - Noon Where: Pleasanton Senior Center, 5353 Sunol Blvd., Pleasanton Contact: Norm and Jackie Bardsley, 925-831-9940 A group exercise class for Parkinson's Disease and other neurological & mobility challenges is also offered. When: Thursdays, 9 AM - 10
Blankets 4 Kids an established nonprofit organization, 501(C)(3) that meets at Ridge View Commons in Pleasanton, seeks individuals to assist with time to create soft, cuddly blankets that are distributed to local police departments and social service agencies for neglected, abused and at-risk children. The all-volunteer organization relies on donations to purchase fleece for the