ClutterLess, (CL) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, peer based, SELF- HELP SUPPORT GROUP for people who want to change their cluttering behavior on a deeper level than learning how to organize.   Support meetings are free, however a voluntary donation of $3 to $ 5 is appreciated.   By attending regular support meetings, we maintain decluttering momentum and talk about why we clutter and learn from others how they overcame the same challenges.

Pleasanton Meetings: Every Monday (no meetings on US Post Office holidays), 7:00 PM- 8:30 PM

Where:  The Parkview, 100 Valley Avenue, (2nd Floor Activity Room: use Valley Avenue Main Entrance) Pleasanton 

Information: email or call a Volunteer (925) 289-5356



Community Resources for Independent Living, (CRIL)  is a peer-based organization that advocates and provides resources for people with disabilities to improve lives and make communities fully accessible.  Services include (see website for list of complete programs):

Information and Referral ( I & R):  CRIL is not only a centralized resource for disability-related questions, it is a link to many resources in Alameda County.

Housing Assistance:  CRIL assists in how to look for housing, keeps a current list of available rentals and hosts weekly Housing Information Workshops in Hayward and monthly workshops in its branch office locations. CRIL does not own housing or run its own residential facility.

Personal Assistant Referral: Part of the internet Alameda County QuickMatch.  CRIL assists consumers with lists of private pay personal assistants.

Peer Support: Peer Support Groups are offered at three office locations.

Assistive Technology (AT) Referrral and Loan:  CRIL's AT Coordinator will assist with identifying most current devices, tools, equipment, and resources.  CRIL is a member of the AT Network and one of 12 Device Lending Library sites in California.

Independent Living Skills (ILS) Training: Skills include managing money, navigating transportation systems, and effective communication. CRIL conducts quarterly Disaster Preparedness Workshops for People with Disabilities.

Main Office, 439 "A" Street, Hayward, M-F, 9AM-12:30 PM / 1:30 -5PM

Tri-Valley Office  : 3311 Pacific Avenue, Livermore, drop in  T & TH 9-Noon/ 2-5 PM: by appointment M, W & F

Tri-Cities Office: 39155 Liberty Street, Fremont, drop in T & TH - 10-4:30 PM / by appointment M, W & F

Phone: (510) 881-5743 - TTY (510)881-0218, Hayward / Tri-Cities (510) 794-5735

Tri-Valley- (925) 371-1531 /  TTY (925) 371-1532



Crisis Support Services of Alameda County offers support groups and one on one counseling for older adults in North Oakland.   Pre-registration is required and the group size is limited to 8 participants.  Services are provided by counselors in training supervised by licensed therapists. There is a sliding scale fee based on income; no one is turned away for inability to pay.

Information call: 1-800-260-0094

24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-800-309-2131

Crisis Support Services of Alameda County:


The Eldercare Locator, a public service of the Administration on Aging, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is a nationwide service that connects older Americans and their caregivers with information on senior services.


Phone: 1-800-677-1116


Learn English this summer.  Register online for the Adult ESL summer classes.  Beginning classes are Monday & Wednesday.   Intermediate classes are on Tuesday & Wednesday.  Pre-registration is required.

Classes start:  June 27th to July 21st (no class 7/4) 

Online Registration:

PACE: (925) 463-0616


Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley, (SSPTV)  sponsors this interactive 7- week program as part of the Finding Wellness program.  Topics include fall prevention, using and understanding medications, alcohol awareness, hydration, stress management, chronic pain and exercise.

The program, funded several times throughout the year in the Tri-Valley, would like to reach more people. If your group (minimum of 8 individuals  and maximum of 25)  is interested in scheduling the series, please contact the Behavioral Health Program Manager for details.

The program is free, but the group will need to provide the meeting site.   SSPTV is located at 5353 Sunol Blvd., Pleasanton.  For more info, call (925) 931-5379 or email

When:  1 time per week for 1.5 hours per class

Contact: Behavioral Health Program Manager


Free services  available to households with a 2016 income of $55,000 or less.  Exceptions may apply.  Be prepared to bring photo id for each person on your tax return, Social Security card or ITIN for each person on your tax return, W-2's for all jobs held in 2016, all 1099, 1098's and other tax forms, last year's tax return, child care provider information, landlord name, address, phone for CA Renter's Credit, your household's health coverage information (Forms 1095-A,B or C) and savings and checking account and routing numbers for direct deposit.

Call for an appointment:

Tri-Valley One-Stop: (925) 560-9431, Wed.. 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Pleasanton Library: (925) 931-3400. Sat. 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

ITIN Application Assistance: Tri-Valley One-Stop Career Center


Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley, SSPTV and Hearts in Harmony are sponsoring a community chorus that focuses on providing a social and comfortable environment for seniors to share in the gift of music through singing.  Although the focus is on seniors with dementia and their caregivers, no senior will be turned away.  All Seniors are welcome.    No experience required. Saturday Rehearsals from 1:30 - 3:30 PM beginning on February 11, 2017. Registration fee applies.

The Hearts in Harmony Chorus will present a performance at the Pleasanton Senior Center on Saturday, June 10th, 2017.

Registration: January 17- 20th  2017, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM at SSPTV office, 5353 Sunol Blvd., Pleasanton

and Saturday, January 21, 2017, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM at Heritage Estates, 900 East Stanley Blvd, Livermore

Registration Fee is $40 per person and includes all materials, fun and instruction (check or cash only)

Rehearsals Where: Pleasanton Senior Center, in the SSPTV office, 5353 Sunol Blvd., Pleasanton

Information: Visit website,

or email Director, Glen Riggs


Free legal help available the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Dublin Library, 200 Civic Plaza, Dublin. Please call in advance - NO walk-ins!

Free legal help available the 2nd Monday of each month from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Rincon Branch Library,  725 Rincon Ave, Livermore and the 4th Thursday of each month from 6:00-8:00 PM at Livermore Civic Center Branch, 1188 S Livermore Ave.  Drop-ins are welcome at both branches but not guaranteed an appointment.

Free legal help available the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Pleasanton Library.  Each person will have a 15-20 minute free consultation with a member of the Alameda County Bar Association.

Appointments are by lottery.  Registration from 5:30 PM to 5:45 PM.  Names will be selected by lottery at 5:50 PM and you must be present when names are drawn.  Appointments begin at 6:00 PM and 12 names will be chosen.  There will be no waiting list.

Contact : Adult Reference Desk at (925) 931-3400 ext.4;

2016 dates 01/19, 02/16, 03/15, 04/19, 05/17, 06/21, 07/19, 08/16, 09/20, 10/18, 11/15, 12/20

Where: Pleasanton Library, 400 Old Bernal Ave, Pleasanton


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, and chilled or frozen meals can be pre-ordered for weekend and holidays.

Funded in part by the Alameda County Area Agency on Aging.  Special diets available on request (including low sodium, low fat, low cholesterol, renal, carbohydrate control, soft, mechanical soft and vegetarian).  Rice or tortilla substitution for bread.

Information on home delivered meals to Livermore: Call Livermore Senior Center : (925) 421- 4657

Information on home delivered meals to Dublin, Pleasanton, Sunol:  Call Pleasanton Senior Center (925) 931-5385

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