Address:33523 Western AveUnion City, CA 94587Map & Directions
Services: Offers Low Or No Cost self-administered Pregnancy Tests, Post Abortion Counseling And Peer Counseling. Provides Information About Risks Of Abortion; Does Not Provide Abortion Referrals. Provides Maternity Clothes, Baby Clothes, Formula, Baby Food And Diapers For Center Clients. Also Offers Housing Referrals For Center Clients, Adoption Referrals, And Pregnancy-related Medical Care Including Ultrasound And Medical Referrals For Clients That Do Not Have Medical Insurance. Call For Appointments. Also Offers Services For Men.
Hours: By Arrangement
Eligibility: Open To All.
Documents To Bring: Call for appointment. Walk-ins welcome.
Address:525 H StUnion City, CA 94587Map & Directions
Services: Food: Offers Emergency Food And Referrals Through Alameda County Community Food Bank. Fresh Produce (when Available) On Wednesday Mornings And Thursday Afternoon. Available For All Residents Of The Tri-city Area. Occasionally Offers Bread (when Available) In The Thrift Store On Mondays. Call For Schedule And Further Information. Usda Food Packages: For Union City Residents Only, 4th Thursdays, 9-12 Or Until Food Runs Out. Holiday Food Baskets: Distributes Alameda County Community Food Bank Baskets Prior To Thanksgiving And Christmas. Must Be A Union City Resident. Financial Assistance: Provides Financial Assistance To Individuals And Families In Need Who Are Residents Of Union City, On A Limited, Case-by-case Basis. Available Funds Are Dependent On Thrift Store Sales. Baby Formula And Diapers: Offered As Available, On A Case-by-case Basis. Clothing: Offers Adult And Child Clothing As Available, On A Case-by-case Basis.
Hours: Monday-friday, 9-12; 1-5
Eligibility: Low Or No Income, In Need Of Emergency Food, Financial Assistance Or Selected Basic Necessities. For Usda Food Program, Holiday Baskets, Christmas Toys: Must Be Union City Resident And Must Be Enrolled In The Usda Food Program.
Documents To Bring: By phone or walk in.
Address:37365 Ash StNewark, CA 94560Map & Directions
Services: Provides Emergency Food And Clothing To Anyone In Need. Offers Children's Shoe Fund, Diapers, Baby Food And Formula, Toiletries (grooming And Personal Hygiene Items) When Available; Call For Information. Backpacks And School Supplies Offers On A Limited Basis Based On What Agency Receives; Clients Should Call First. Makes Referrals To Other Community Agencies. Children, Men, Women And Families In Immediate Need Can Use The Services And Programs Of The Viola Blythe Community Service Center. No Fees Are Charged For Any Services Provided. Must Be A Resident Of Fremont, Newark Or Union City To Receive Services. If You Are Going To Another Agency For Food, Will Not Help With Food But Will Help With Clothes, Etc.vehicle Donation Program: Call Toll-free 1-844-858-4227, To Speak To A Representative Of The Viola Blythe Center Vehicle Donation Program, Fill Out the Online Car Donation Form, Or E-mail At Your Convenience Donations@charitableautoresources.com. The representative Will Schedule A Pickup Thats Convenient For You, And Provide You With Confirmation Of Your Donation.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 12-4
Eligibility: Low-income And Must Be A Resident Of Fremont, Newark Or Union City.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in. Provide proof of income, residency and number of household members. Referral may be necessary for certain services.
Address:5316 Telegraph AveOakland, CA 94609Map & Directions
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.
Address:2272 San Pablo AveOakland, CA 94612Map & Directions
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.
Address:1909 73rd AveOakland, CA 94621Map & Directions
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.
Address:79 Cole DrSausalito, CA 94965Map & Directions
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
Address:16275 CA-9Boulder Creek, CA 95006Map & Directions
Services: Conference/Convention Facilities, Day Camps for Youth, Residential Camps for Families, Residential Camps for Youth, Special Interest Camps for Youth
Hours: 24 hours Sunday-Friday during weeks when camp is in session
Eligibility: Youth (age 7-16) for most programs
Address:1381 S 1st StSan Jose, CA 95110Map & Directions
Services: Provides groceries, baby formula, and diapers for those in eligible zip codes. Lunches are provided daily at 11am, for those who do not receive a food bag.
Eligibility: Serves zip codes 95110, 95117, 95125, 95126, 95128 and 95134
Address:6601 Owens Dr # 100Pleasanton, CA 94588Map & Directions
Services: Child Care Links Is A Non-profit, 501(c)(3) Agency That Provides Critical Early Childhood Resources, Education And Development Services To Support Children, Families, And Child Care Providers. Child Care Links Offers A Number Of Services Financed Through Government, County, City, Private Funding Networks And Donations. Child Care Subsidy (financial Assistance) Programs Are Available To Eligible Families To Assist With Child Care Fees. The Agency Also Provides Families With Free Child Care Referrals, And Car/booster Seat Safety Checks, As Well As Car / Booster Seats And Diapers Upon Availability. Technical Assistance And Professional Development Trainings Are Available To Child Care Providers. Services Are Located Throughout Alameda County. (services Provided At Each Site's May Vary). For More Information, Visit Www.childcarelinks.org Or Call Your Local Office. The Child Care Links Staff Looks Forward To Providing Resources That Will Strengthen And Support You, Your Children And The Community.
Eligibility: Low Income / No Income Parent; Working, In School, Homeless, Or Under Child Protective Services Programs. No Income Restrictions For Resource And Referral Services Such As Referrals And Car Seat Safety Checks
Documents To Bring: Call to schedule anappointment for financial assistance with child care fees, and car / booster seat safety checks