Address:1900 Mowry Ave #201Fremont, CA 94538Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: Staff At The Empowerment Center Are Available To Assist Domestic Violence Victims With Immediate Crisis Intervention Services Such As; Assistance Obtaining Shelter, Emergency Food, Clothing And Transportation, Referral To And Advocacy With Other Social Services And Resources, Crisis Counseling And Support. The Center Also Offers Ongoing Case Management Services To Help Victims Move Toward Self-sufficiency. Groups And Workshops On Financial Literacy, Legal Issues, Temporary Restraining Orders And Other Topics Are Available.
Hours: 24 Hours Daily
Eligibility: Victims Of Domestic Violence.
Documents To Bring: None.
Address:2500 Mowry AveFremont, CA 94538Map & Directions
Services: Provides Services And Products To Breast Cancer Patients. The Hers Breast Cancer Foundation Program Offers Personal Fittings For Bras And/or Prosthesis, Post-operative Camisoles, Standard And Custom Silicone Breast Forms For Partial And Full Mastectomies, Specialty Bras, Designed To Support Silicone Breast Forms Compression Garments For Lymphedema, Wigs And Head Coverings For Hair Loss.
Eligibility: Breast Cancer Patients.
Documents To Bring: Call for information.
Address:37350 Joseph StFremont, CA 94536Map & Directions
Services: Operates A Thrift Store. Provides Pick-up Service For Large Quality Items. Dropped Off Donations: Accepted During Business Hours. Donations That Require Pick-up: Call For More Information And For Donation Screening.
Eligibility: Open To All.
Documents To Bring: Walk in to purchase items. For drop-off and pick-up of donated items, see Program Description.
Address:4360 Central AveFremont, CA 94536Map & Directions
Services: Offers A Hot, Nutritious Meal Every Tuesday And Thursday, From 4pm-5:45pm. Offers Personal Items, Canned Goods, Other Food Items, As Well As Other Non-food Items. Also Offers Fresh Fruit And Vegetables From Local Produce Markets And Home Gardens When Available. Accepts Donations Of Food. Hope Van (sponsored By Tri-city Homeless Coalition) Is On Site Tuesday And Thursday. Services Include Nurse Practitioner, Mental Health Counseling And Referrals. Church Also Provides Counseling, Some Clothing, Some Transportation, And Canned Food. Also, Offers Showers On Tuesdays And Thursdays From 3:15pm-6pm. First Come First Serve. Anyone Is Welcome.
Documents To Bring: Walk in.
Address:37365 Ash StNewark, CA 94560Map & Directions
Services: A Nonprofit, Nonsectarian Corporation Organized To Promote, Support And Advocate Social And Human Services To Any Person Who Is In Immediate Need. This Mission Is Accomplished By A Variety Of Programs, Including Emergency Food And Clothing Distribution, Referrals To Other Agencies, Special Programs That Address Current Community Needs And Holiday Programs At Thanksgiving And Christmas. Must Be A Resident Of Fremont, Newark Or Union City To Receive Services.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 12-4
Address:525 H StUnion City, CA 94587Map & Directions
Services: Provides Bilingual, Bicultural Social Services To Low-income And Spanish-speaking Residents Of Union City. Also Serves Those In Need In Greater Tri-city Area And Alameda County. accepts Donations Of Food, Clothing, Blankets, Canned Food, Cash, Vehicles, Boats, Motorcycles And Planes. Call For Pick-up Of Small Items At 510-489-4100.
Hours: Monday-friday, 9-12; 1-5
Address:27287 Patrick AveHayward, CA 94544Map & Directions
Services: Direct Services: Provides Information, Referral, Case Management, Job Training, Computer & Forms Assistance, Peer Advocacy That Is Relevant To People Who Are Homeless Or At Risk Of Homelessness. Provides Information On Food And Service Sites Throughout Hayward. Offers Money Management Guidance And Assistance. Provides Outreach On Streets And Through Meal Programs. Helps People To Manage Their Expectations And Responsibilities. accepts In-kind Donations And Welcomes Volunteers Who Are Committed To Being Part Of The Solution To Homelessness. brings Together Individuals Who Are Or Are At Risk For Homelessness With Members Of The Faith, Business, Social And Government Service Communities To Develop Sustainable Solutions To End Homelessness In Hayward. Provides Services And Advocacy From The Perspective Of Homeless Individuals. Gathers Street-based Statistics To Provide Accurate Reflection Of Homeless Needs In Hayward.
Eligibility: Homeless Individuals, Those At Risk Of Homelessness, And Anyone Who Wishes To Be Part Of The Solution To End Homelessness In Hayward. Case Management Includes Those Living Or Working In Hayward Or Castro Valley And Unincorporated Hayward.
Documents To Bring: By phone, walk in and online. No ID required.
Address:430 A StHayward, CA 94541Map & Directions
Services: Assists Unemployed, Senior Citizens And Working Low-income Individuals By Providing Food. Also Offers Activities For Senior Citizens. Food Boxes Are Given By Walking Or With A Referral From The Alameda County Department Of Social Services. Food Services May Only Be Used One Time A Month. Also See Usda Commodity And Food Programs Record. Car Donation Program Is Offered At Selected Centers. Please Call 510-451-4514, And Someone Will Call Back Within 24-48 Hours To Set Up A Pick Up Time. Car Acceptance Is Determined On A Case By Case Basis, Depending On Which Center Is Picking It Up. Also Provides Backpacks And School Supplies To Children Attending School In Either Hayward, Castro Valley, Or San Lorenzo Unified School Districts. Must Show Proof. Call For Information.
Hours: Call Monday, Wednesday, And Friday, 9-10am, Reach Screening;monday-friday, 9-4
Eligibility: Low-income, Castro Valley, Hayward And San Lorenzo Resident, Picture Id, Proof Of Residency.
Documents To Bring: Phone for information and referral.
Address:24405 Amador St # 103Hayward, CA 94544Map & Directions
Services: One-stop Center For Victims Of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Sexual Exploitation, Child Abuse And/or Elder Abuse. Includes, In One Location, Nonprofit And Government Agencies That Provide Assistance In Obtaining The Following: Restraining Order, Emergency Protective Order, Legal Assistance With Divorce And Custody Matters, Onsite Child Care And Counseling For Children, Individual And Group Counseling, Interfaith Spiritual Counseling, Shelter Referrals, Emergency Food And Clothing, Emergency Housing, Assistance In Accessing Public Health Benefits, And Immigration Assistance. Also Assists With Court Accompaniment, Safety Planning, Job Training And Computer Training, Relocation Money, Filing A Police Report, Criminal Investigation And Criminal Prosecution.
Address:2411 Pulgas AvePalo Alto, CA 94303Map & Directions
Services: Clothing, furniture, appliances, and household essentials are distributed as they are donated. Families and individuals may use the general cltohes closet twice a month while business and children's clothing and essentials such as blankets and small furnishings are available by appointment.
Hours: Varies. Call for information.
Eligibility: Varies. Call for information.