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Birthright of San Lorenzo

Address:
1048 Grant Ave
San Lorenzo, CA 94580

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(510) 481-9677

Website:
http://www.birthright.org

Services:
Provides Support And Information To Girls And Women Facing Unplanned Pregnancies. Provides Free Pregnancy Testing And Referrals To Doctors. Offers Confidential Counseling As Well As Information On Shelters, Adoption Services, And Alternatives To Abortion. Helps Low-income, Pregnant Women Obtain Referrals To Community Resources That Offer Diapers, Maternity And Baby Clothing. Makes Referrals To Medical Services And Places To Stay. Also Offers Information And Referral To Help Clients Meet Legal, Medical, Financial, And Housing Needs.  Has A Speakers' Bureau. Volunteers Work In Most Aspects Of Agency Services. Accepts Donations Of Diapers, Infant's, Children's (age Birth-18 Months) And Maternity Clothing In New Or Clean, Good Condition. Donations Need To Be Dropped Off. Publishes A Newsletter 4 Times A Year.

Hours:
By Arrangement

Eligibility:
Open To All.

Documents To Bring:
Apply by phone. Call before coming.


South Hayward Parish

Address:
27287 Patrick Ave
Hayward, CA 94544

Map & Directions

(3 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 785-3663

Website:
http://southhaywardparish.org/

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.


The Salvation Army Hayward Corps

Address:
430 A St
Hayward, CA 94541

Map & Directions

(3 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 581-6444

Website:
http://www.salvationarmy.com/

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.


Alameda County District Atty

Address:
24405 Amador St # 103
Hayward, CA 94544

Map & Directions

(3 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 267-8800

Website:
http://www.acfjc.org

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.


In the early days all I hoped was to make a living out of what I did best. But, since there's no real market for masturbation I had to fall back on my bass playing abilities.".

-- Les Claypool

Building Futures With Women

Address:
1395 Bancroft Ave
San Leandro, CA 94577

Map & Directions

(4 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(866) 292-9688

Website:
http://www.bfwc.org

Services:
Sister Me Home Is Open 24 Hours Daily Offering 20 Beds For Women And Women With Children Surviving Domestic Violence. It Is One Of Few Programs In Alameda County To Serve Battered Women With Substance Abuse Issues Who Have Not Had 30 Days Clean And Sober. Serves 3 Meals A Day And Provide Safety Planning, Confidential Mail Service, Showers, Laundry, Clothing, Case Management, Support Groups And Children's Activities. Length Of Stay Is 29 Days With The Possibility Of Extension Depending On Safety Needs And Progress With Case Plan.open To Screening Transgender Women (who Are Living Their Lives As Women) For Shelter Services.service Animals May Be Accepted If Verifying Documents Are Provided.

Hours:
Toll-free Crisis Line Available 24 Hours Daily.

Eligibility:
Woman Surviving Domestic Violence With Or Without Children (boys Up To 17 Years Old).

Documents To Bring:
Call crisis line for availability.


Davis Street Family Resource Center

Address:
3081 Teagarden St
San Leandro, CA 94577

Map & Directions

(4 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 347-4620

Website:
http://www.davisstreet.org

Services:
Seeks Long-term And Short-term Volunteers To Assist With Various Programs: Food And Clothing Organizing And Distribution; Medical Clinics Assistance (healthcare Professionals And Non-professionals Needed); Data Entry; Special Projects In Administration; Special Event Assistance; Other Opportunities As They Arise. Majority Of Volunteers Are Needed Monday-thursday, 8-8 And Friday, 8-6, Especially During The Holiday Season. Groups And Companies Welcome.

Hours:
Monday-friday, 9-6

Eligibility:
All Who Are Willing.

Documents To Bring:
Available online at www.davisstreet.org or call 510-347-4620.


In helping others, we shall help ourselves, for whatever good we give out completes the circle and comes back to us.

-- Flora Edwards

Centro De Servicios Corporation

Address:
525 H St
Union City, CA 94587

Map & Directions

(8 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 489-4100

Website:
http://www.centrodeservicios.org

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


East Oakland Switchboard

Address:
1909 73rd Ave
Oakland, CA 94621

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(510) 569-6369

Services:
Provides Food To Those Who Qualify. Referral Required From Social Services Agency. For Those On Social Security In Selected Zip Code Zones, Food Is Available The Last Week Of Each Month (see Eligibility Requirements). For Those Receiving Public Aid, Food Is Available Twice A Month.  Provides Clothing To Men, Women And Children Anytime During Business Hours.  Offers Information And Referral. Also 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.

Eligibility:
Open To All For Clothing. For Food: Social Security Recipients With Referral In Zip Codes 94603, 94604, 94605, 94613, 94619, 94621, 94627; Other Public Aid Recipients And Those With Aid Pending.

Documents To Bring:
Call for information. Must have referral from Social Services Agency or Social Security Administration to receive food.


Things don't go wrong and break your heart so you can become bitter and give up. They happen to break you down and build you up so you can be all that you were intended to be.

-- Charlie Jones

Telegraph Community Center

Address:
5316 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, CA 94609

Map & Directions

(9 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

(9 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.


You cannot take what belongs to the Creator and live to tell about it.

-- Michael