Resources – Pleasanton

Pleasanton Adult & Career Education (PACE)


PACE oversees a range of adult learning opportunities, including English as a Second Language, high school equivalency, computer classes and other parenting/community education classes.   All new and returning student must register prior to signing up for classes.  Information collected by PACE is used for state funding and accountability purposes and is kept confidential. All

Pleasanton Adult & Career Education (PACE)2017-08-13T23:17:28-07:00

Meals on Wheels- Spectrum Community Services (Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, Sunol)


Healthy, home delivered meals are available for seniors (60 years and older) who are unable to prepare their own food, and have difficulty with mobility.  Fresh, nutritious meals are distributed during the week. Funded in part by the Alameda County Area Agency on Aging.  Special diets available on request (including low sodium, low fat, low

Meals on Wheels- Spectrum Community Services (Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, Sunol)2018-09-25T18:00:03-07:00

La Familia Tri-Valley / Cultura y Bienestar


Cultura y Bienestar is a mental health program dedicated to the Latino community in Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin.  Cultura y Bienestar is a project of La Clinica de La Raza in collaboration with La Familia Tri-Valley (formerly La Familia Counseling Service Hayward and East Bay) , and Tiburicio Vazquez Health Center.  Supported by Alameda County

La Familia Tri-Valley / Cultura y Bienestar2017-08-12T19:58:36-07:00

Voice Outside the Wall, Prison Ministry (For the families of those incarcerated)


This gathering is for families that have been devastated by the incarceration of a loved one,  The group will help families understand what to expect after someone they care about has been arrested, and how to cope before, during and after their sentence. When: Last Monday of each month, 6:30 – 8:30 PM Where: Valley Christian Center,

Voice Outside the Wall, Prison Ministry (For the families of those incarcerated)2017-08-23T21:31:36-07:00

Pleasanton Community Counseling Center, (PCCC)


The Pleasanton Community Counseling Center, (PCCC) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) counseling center.  PCCC's stated mission is to provide compassionate, affordable counseling for individuals, couples, families and children in a safe and supportive environment.   Counseling appointments vary according to therapist availability.  The Counseling Center is staffed by interns, supervised by seasoned clinicians.  Fees are based

Pleasanton Community Counseling Center, (PCCC)2017-08-12T18:21:34-07:00

Co-Dependency Support Group


No matter how much we want to believe that the heart of co-dependency and recovery lies in the other person, the truth is that it lies in ourselves, in the way we allow other people's behaviors to affect us.  Replacing our self-worth in Christ with outside or external sources is not what God intended for

Co-Dependency Support Group2017-08-09T19:17:56-07:00

Tri-Valley Rental Housing Opportunities Guide


Alameda/Contra Costa Tri-Valley Rental Housing Opportunities Guide This directory of publicly-assisted rental housing resources is produced as a public service by the jurisdictions in the Tri-Valley area including Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon and the town of Danville. The guide provides: * A listing of housing related services in the Tri-Valley, including fair housing resources

Tri-Valley Rental Housing Opportunities Guide2017-08-09T19:08:43-07:00

Sage Cafe at the Pleasanton Senior Center


Sage Cafe is a partnership between the City of Pleasanton and Open Heart Kitchen which provides meals.  Suggested donation is $3.00 or you can purchase a Punch Card which includes 10 pre-paid meals for $30.00.  Reservations are recommended but not required.  Take out is available.  See menu at:  Click on Sage Cafe Lunch Menu. Note:

Sage Cafe at the Pleasanton Senior Center2017-08-09T18:49:09-07:00

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

Pocket Guide to Human Services2018-02-26T23:21:22-07:00

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