Resources – Children/Families

The Hanger, Donations & Resource for Clothing Needs and More


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

The Hanger, Donations & Resource for Clothing Needs and More2018-08-16T16:05:16+00:00

Child Care Links – Services and Diaper Pantry


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

Child Care Links – Services and Diaper Pantry2018-08-16T15:58:46+00:00

Bay Area Crisis Nursery


The Bay Area Crisis Nursery was established to help prevent child abuse and child neglect by providing supportive services to families who are in stress or crisis. Our primary service is providing a warm, loving, homelike environment for children from birth through eleven years of age by offering 24-hour residential care. Our services are free,

Bay Area Crisis Nursery2018-05-16T22:31:19+00:00

Love Never Fails Community Store


LOVE NEVER FAILS is dedicated to the restoration, education and protection of those involved or at risk of becoming involved in domestic sex trafficking. Their community store has lightly used clothing, furniture, home goods and baby items. Proceeds from the community store support their organizations. Store is located at 22580 Grand Street in Hayward and is

Love Never Fails Community Store2018-04-04T17:35:55+00:00

Prescription Savings – Alameda County – Coast2Coast


The Coast2Coast Rx Card is a free prescription discount card provided by Alameda County. The program includes participation by U.S. pharmacies to provide annual savings up to 55%. Savings on a single prescription range from a few percent up to 75% (sometimes more) off the retail price of the drug. Cardholders save on both brand

Prescription Savings – Alameda County – Coast2Coast2017-10-16T18:04:31+00:00

Comcast Internet Essentials Low Cost Program


Affordable internet at home from Comcast for your family for $9.95 a month + tax.  NO CREDIT CHECK, NO INSTALLATION FEE, NO TERM CONTRACT, 15 Mbps, IN-HOME WiFi INCLUDED. Visit the website for more information and fill out the on-line application.  In order to complete the application process, you will need to provide required documentation

Comcast Internet Essentials Low Cost Program2017-09-28T16:27:59+00:00

AT&T Low Cost Internet Program


Low-income Americans can get high-speed Internet service for just $5 per month How to qualify for Access from AT&T To qualify for Access from AT&T, and to get nearly unlimited high-speed broadband internet service in your home plus a low-cost computer for just $5.00 per month, at least one person in your home must receive

AT&T Low Cost Internet Program2017-09-28T16:15:41+00:00

California Lifeline Free Cell Phones


Under the Federal Lifeline Assistance free government cell phones are available in California.  To qualify you need to be on one of the follow programs or have qualify by income. You must provide proof of eligibility for one of the programs.  When enrolling on-line, you will need to upload the documentation.  So be sure to

California Lifeline Free Cell Phones2017-11-03T03:15:45+00:00

Divorce Care Class – CrossWinds


Divorce Care Contact CrossWinds for new start times in 2018 You don't have to go through it alone. Most people will tell you that separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they've ever faced. It's a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you've never faced

Divorce Care Class – CrossWinds2018-01-02T19:09:17+00:00

Shepherd’s Gate Women’s Shelter


Shepherd’s Gate isn’t a shelter: it’s a safe haven. Our 2 campuses, located in Livermore and Brentwood, provide long-term, comprehensive care to some of California’s most vulnerable people: women and children experiencing homelessness due to poverty, addiction, domestic violence, and other threats. Volunteer Opportunities Facilities- Gardening, Handyman help, Organizing donations Marketing- Graphic design, Photography, Videography,

Shepherd’s Gate Women’s Shelter2017-08-30T18:47:46+00:00