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Telegraph Community Center

Address:
5316 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, CA 94609

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 658-4457

Website:
http://www.telegraphcenter.com/

Services:
Offers Emergency Food, As Well As Clothing And Personal Care Items. Provides Food Packages Containing Three Days Of Food. Operates Food Pantry, Requiring Referral From The Alameda County Department Of Social Services Or Based On Income Screening. accepts Donations Of Personal Care Items Such As Soap, Deodorant And Toothpaste, Nonperishable Food, Produce, Books, Formula, Diapers, Clothing. Items Must Be Clean And Serviceable. Agency Prefers Donations To Be Dropped Off. Volunteers Urgently Needed.

Eligibility:
Emergency Or Low-income.

Documents To Bring:
Apply in person.


St. Vincent De Paul Community Center - Oakland

Address:
2272 San Pablo Ave
Oakland, CA 94612

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 638-7600

Website:
http://www.svdp-alameda.org

Services:
The Visitation Center (around The Corner From The Dining Room) Is A Daytime Drop-in Center For Homeless And Low-income Women With Children. Provides A Variety Of Services: Laundry And Shower Facility, Women's And Children's Clothing Offered Depending On Availability And Donations, Infant Formula And Diapers (0 To 23 Months Only), Personal Care Services; Phone And Voicemail Service; Transportation Vouchers; Health Seminars; Housing Referrals; Domestic Violence Referrals; Referral To Community Center Services, Including Classes And Job Training. Services Are Limited To Families Only On Saturdays. The Childrens Clothing Closet Offers Free Shoes And Socks And Other Clothing When Available, Open Tuesday, Saturday From 9:30-11:30am The Adult Registering The Children Must Be Either Custodial Parent Of The Minor Child And Or Have Court Documentation Stating That He Or She Is The Custodial / Foster Parent.  Offers Diapers For All Registered Children Under The Age Of Two Years. To Register Must Fill Out An Intake Form & Provide A Ca Id Along With Birth Certificates For All Dependent Children That Plan On Receiving Services.  Free Foot Clinic And Podiatrist Clinic Offered once A Month for Men And Women, In Collaboration With Order Of Maeta. Includes Checking Foot Problems And Trimming Toenails. Coat Distribution Will Be At 2260 And 2280 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland. Please Call To Confirm At 510-638-7600 And For Women's Coats.

Hours:
Monday-friday, 9-3

Eligibility:
Homeless And Low-income Women And Children.

Documents To Bring:
Walk-in.


East Oakland Switchboard

Address:
1909 73rd Ave
Oakland, CA 94621

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 569-6369

Services:
Provides Food To Those On Social Security Or Other Social Services Aid. Provides Clothing To Men, Women And Children. Offers Information And Referral. Accepts Donations Of Clean And Usable Clothing, Disposable Diapers And Nonperishable Foods. Donations Must Be Brought To The Program. No Furniture Is Accepted As There Is Limited Space For Storage Of Donated Items.


Shoreline Park

Address:
Highway 61
Alameda, CA 94502

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 747-7529

Website:
http://www.alamedaca.gov/recreation

Services:
Wee Play Is A Recreation-focused Program For Children Age 6 Months To 3 Years. Program Includes Arts And Crafts, Song And Music Time, Developmental And Exploratory Play. Activities Are Structured To Allow Children To Enjoy And Explore. Children Must Be Accompanied And Supervised By A Parent Or Caregiver At All Times. Held Monday, Wednesday And Friday, 10-1. Small Frys And Tiny Tots Program Offers A Recreation-centered Program Offered At 6 Sites For Children Age 3 To 5 (pre-kindergarten). Activities Include Storytelling, Games, Arts And Crafts, Cooking, Music, Motor Skills And Free Play. In Order To Be Enrolled, Children Should Be: Ready To Separate From Parents (and Parents From Children), Willing To Participate In The Program Without Parents Being Present, Out Of Diapers/pull Ups, And Able To Tend To Their Own Needs In The Restroom; No Exceptions.

Eligibility:
Wee Play Age 6 Months To 3 Years Old; For Small Frys And Tiny Tots, Age 3 To 5 Years Old. Children

Documents To Bring:
Wee Play: walk-in or purchase class card at main office; Small Frys and Tiny Tots: walk-in or print registration form from web site; registration dates vary and all applicants chosen from lottery system.


Children today are tyrants. They contradict their parents, gobble their food, and tyrannize their teachers.

-- Socrates

Women Helping All People Inc

Address:
79 Cole Dr
Sausalito, CA 94965

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(415) 332-1703

Website:
http://www.mcwhap.org

Services:
Adult High School Diploma Programs, Clothing, Clothing Donation Programs, Computer and Related Technology Classes, Day Camps, English as a Second Language, Extended Day Care, GED Instruction, General Counseling Services, Homework Help Programs, Household Goods, Household Goods Donation Programs, Individual Counseling, Mortgage Payment Assistance, Private Day Schools, Rent Payment Assistance, Rental Deposit Assistance, Self Esteem Workshops, Subject Tutoring

Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 8-6; Friday, 8-3

Eligibility:
Varies according to program


Alpha Pregnancy Center

Address:
5070 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94112

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(415) 584-6800

Website:
http://www.alphapc.org

Services:
Provides Free And Confidential Services Including Pregnancy Options Information, Pregnancy Testing, Ultrasounds, Case Management (employment, Housing, Healthcare, Food, Childcare, Etc.), Prenatal Development Classes, Parenting Classes, Child Behavior Coaching, Potty Training, Life Skills, Money Management, Marriage Enrichment, And Post-abortion Recovery. Also Offers Diapers, Baby Wipes, Formula, Car Seats, Strollers, Cribs, Maternity And Children's Clothing, Etc.

Hours:
Hours Of Operation 11am-5pm. Client Services Hours 1pm-5pm.

Eligibility:
Individual Or Family, Pregnant Or With Young Children (age 0-12)

Documents To Bring:
Walk-in or schedule appointment by phone. Appointments highly encouraged.


My father always told me, "Find a job you love and you'll never have to work a day in your life.".

-- Jim Fox

Black Infant Health Improvemnt

Address:
1290 Fillmore St
San Francisco, CA 94115

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(415) 776-4457

Website:
http://www.sfblackinfanthealth.org/

Services:
Offers prenatal and postpartum supportive services to African American mothers. Offers a support group that focus on health for mind, body and soul. Services offered to support group members including: information and referrals, case management, breastfeeding support, and nutrition education. Also offers baby clothing, and diapers for support group members.Accepts donations such as monetary, baby clothes/items, baby furniture, diapers and other familiar needs for mother and baby. Only new donation items will be accepted.

Eligibility:
San Francisco residents (aged 18 or older) who are pregnant African American women and willing to participate in a 10 week support group. Interested individuals must enroll before 30 weeks pregnancy.


OMI FRC

Address:
156 Broad St
San Francisco, CA 94112

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(415) 406-1370

Website:
http://https://www.ymcasf.org/programs/family-resource-centers

Services:
Offers Parenting Classes And Support Groups For Grandparents, Men, And Women, Case Management, Workshops On Various Topics And A Dinner And Movie Event Every Fourth Friday Of The Month.also Distributes Diapers For Families With Children Ages 3 And Under Whom Are Registered With Calworks.

Eligibility:
Diapers: Must Be Calworks Recipients.

Documents To Bring:
Apply by phone or walk-in


HIVE

Address:
1001 Potrero Ave #6D-33
San Francisco, CA 94110

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(415) 206-8919

Website:
http://php.ucsf.edu/bapac

Services:
AIDS/HIV Clinics for AIDS/HIV and Pregnant Women, Case/Care Management for AIDS/HIV and Pregnant Women, Clinical Trials for AIDS/HIV and Pregnant Women, Expectant/New Parent Assistance for AIDS/HIV and Pregnant Women, Pregnancy Counseling for AIDS/HIV, Prenatal Care for AIDS/HIV, Well Baby Care for AIDS/HIV

Hours:
Monday-Friday, 9-5

Eligibility:
Woman, HIV positive, pregnant or wishing to become pregnant


Excelsior Teen Center

Address:
4468 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94112

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(415) 334-9919

Website:
http://www.bhnc.org

Services:
Youth (age 14-24)

Hours:
Monday-Friday, 2-7

Eligibility:
Drop in center: Youth (age 12-24)


Life Is What We Make Of It. We Can Achieve Everything And Climb The Highest Mountain If We Simply Remain Positive Even In The Darkest.

-- Unknown

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