Resources – Bay Area

Ability Now Bay Area


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

Ability Now Bay Area2017-08-13T22:02:18-07:00

Washington on Wheels Mobile Health Clinic, (W.O.W)


The Washington On Wheels Mobile Health Clinic (W.O.W.) is a mobile medical unit providing quality health care services primarily to uninsured and under-served district residents. W.OW. brings Washington Hospital's commitment to patient-first care to clients throughout Southern Alameda County, including Fremont, Newark and Union City. The intent is to discover undiagnosed conditions before they become

Washington on Wheels Mobile Health Clinic, (W.O.W)2017-08-13T21:58:42-07:00

Tri-City Health Center


TCHC provides a wide spectrum of health education, healthcare, and social services to everyone, without regard to financial position, ethnicity, language, culture, sexual orientation or any other criteria. Service are provided on a sliding fee scale. Main Clinic: 39500 Liberty Street, Fremont, Call for appointment:  (510) 770-8040 Visit Website:

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Child Care Links- Car Seat/Booster Seat Program


Contact Child Care Links to learn about how you can receive a FREE car seat, or booster seat, to replace your outgrown, damaged, or recalled seat. Free car seats are also available to low income families, families experiencing challenging situations, or are in need. Child Care Links is a non-profit, tax-exempt agency. Contact: Child Care

Child Care Links- Car Seat/Booster Seat Program2017-08-13T21:31:24-07:00

International Institute of the Bay Area Legal (IIBA)


The International Institute of the Bay Area, IIBA is a non-profit that provides affordable immigration legal services to the Bay Area Community.  Immigration attorneys and Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representatives can help Bay Area residents determine if they are eligible for immigration relief, and represent them throughout the application process.  IIBA offers a variety

International Institute of the Bay Area Legal (IIBA)2017-08-13T23:20:55-07:00

Alameda County- Community Development Agency- Housing Rehabilitation Services


The Alameda County Healthy Homes Department Housing Rehabilitation Program serves selected cities (Albany, Dublin, Emeryville, Newark, Piedmont) and the Urban County (unincorporated counties including San Lorenzo, Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Foothill Knolls, Fairview and Sunol).   Housing rehabilitation grant and loan services are available to qualified individuals. Housing Rehabilitation and Grant Loan Services: Minor Home

Alameda County- Community Development Agency- Housing Rehabilitation Services2017-08-13T21:15:02-07:00

Lincoln – Kinship Support Services Program


Are you raising a relative's child? Lincoln-  Kinship Support Services Program provides free services to kinship families-families in which a child is being raised by his or her relatives.  Our goal is to support our families in any way possible to ensure that the child stays with a relative caregiver versus entering the foster care

Lincoln – Kinship Support Services Program2017-08-14T23:45:12-07:00

Narcotics Anonymous


NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. They meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The are not interested in what or how much you used, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how they can help.

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Workforce and Benefits Administration-Alameda County Social Services Agency


The Workforce and Benefits Administration's mission is to promote self-sufficiency and provide continuing economic assistance through public and private sector partnerships while fostering a workforce development system which supports individuals and families.  Publicly sponsored health coverage programs are also available to assist with individual health needs. CalWorks, California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids an

Workforce and Benefits Administration-Alameda County Social Services Agency2017-08-08T16:36:26-07:00

Family Paths Inc.


Non-profit organization of mental health professionals and dedicated volunteers that provide mental health counseling and therapy.  This multi-cultural agency serves the mental health needs of Children/Families in Oakland, Fremont and Hayward.   Services include  Family Support, Counseling and Parenting classes.   A 24-hour support line offers support and advice to Families and  Foster Parents. Visit

Family Paths Inc.2017-08-05T17:27:46-07:00