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Early Childhood Counseling

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Last Updated: November/15/2019

Agency Name: City of Fremont, Youth and Family Services

Description: Youth, Family Services (YFS) Infant Toddler Program staff are specialized in early childhood development and parenting. They work with parents and caregivers at the YFS clinic and by providing home visits. Services that the Infant Toddler staff provide: -Consultation about developmental and behavioral concerns -Consultation on parenting strategies and resources -Providing information about how to access services for -parents and families -Counseling and consultation for parents on improving their relationship with their infant or toddler

Service Address: 39155 Liberty Street. Suite E500
Fremont , CA, 94536

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Reva Srinivasan
    Title: Program Coordinator
    Phone: 510-574-2100
    Fax: 510-574-2105
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Parenting Class (English)

Last Updated: November/13/2019

Agency Name: Davis Street Community Center Incorporated

Description: Ever wish children came with instruction manuals? You’re not alone! All parents need support in raising their children. Our parenting classes provide that support in a comfortable and safe environment. Topics will include: self esteem for children and adults; communication; conflict resolution; discipline; media and its role in families today; substance use and abuse; stress management.

Service Address: 3081 Teagarden Street
San Leandro , CA , 94577

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Davis Street Community Center Incorporated
    Phone: 510-347-4620
    Fax: 510-483-4486
    Email: rjohnson@davisstreet.org
    Address: 3081 Teagarden Street San Leandro , California 94577
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Fatherhood Circle

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Last Updated: November/13/2019

Agency Name: A Better Way Inc.

Description: This group offers a safe, non-judgmental place where men can get support, develop practical parenting skills and share important resources while learning successful strategies for navigating the social service system. **Participants receive graduation certificates upon completion of 12 groups.

Service Address: 3200 Adeline St.
Berkeley, CA,, 94703

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: A Better Way Inc.
    Phone: 510-601-0203
    Fax: 510-433-8856
    Address: 3200 Adeline Street Berkeley, CA 94703
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Fatherhood Circle

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Last Updated: November/13/2019

Agency Name: A Better Way Inc.

Description: This group offers a safe, non-judgmental place where fathers and those who identify as fathers can get support, develop practical parenting skills and share important resources while learning successful strategies for navigating the child welfare system.

Service Address: 30086 Mission Blvd
Hayward, CA, 94544

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Robert Martinez
    Phone: 5104356501
    Extension: 5104356501
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Through The Looking Glass, Early Head Start Home-Based Program

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Last Updated: November/7/2019

Agency Name: Through the Looking Glass

Description: Through the Looking Glass Early Head Start Program serves children 0-3 and their caregivers as well as pregnant women. Our program specializes in children and families with developmental or disability issues, but is inclusive of parents and children with and without disabilities. During weekly visits, home visitors provide: - Play time that is fun for families and supports children's learning and growth - Activities and support that helps build strong parent-child relationships - Information that connects families to other resources as needed - Developmental play group at the Ed Roberts Campus for children and families 2x per month The home visitors have extensive training and experience working with children and parents with many different types of disabilities. In addition to their expertise in early childhood development, home visitors are trained mental health therapists who work with families using a strength-based approach.

Service Address: 3075 Adeline St., Ste. 120
Berkeley, CA, 94703

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Early Head Start EHS Main line
    Title: Early Head Start Main Line
    Phone: 510-848-1112
    Extension: 4209
    Fax: 510-848-4445
  • Name: Iliana Escobar
    Phone: (510) 848-1112
    Extension: 8114
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Pregnancy and Childbirth Support

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Last Updated: November/7/2019

Agency Name: Through the Looking Glass

Description: Home-based program for expectant parents with disabilities. Preparing parenting adaptations, childbirth education.

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Iliana Escobar
    Title: Intake Staff, Clinical Program
    Phone: (510) 848-1112
    Extension: 4114
    Fax: 510-848-4445
    Address: 3075 Adeline Street, Suite 120 Oakland, CA 94703-
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Adaptive Baby Care Equipment

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Last Updated: November/7/2019

Agency Name: Through the Looking Glass

Description: Home-based program for expectant parents, parents or grandparents of young children who have difficulty or pain doing baby care. It is designed for parents who have physical problems with child care from birth to 5 years. Our occupational therapists work with caregivers with pain, fatigue, visual disabilities, and any physical disability, assessing needs and providing baby care equipment and techniques to make baby care easier.

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Iliana Escobar
    Title: Intake Staff, Clinical Program
    Phone: (510) 848-1112
    Extension: 4114
    Fax: 510-848-4445
    Address: 3075 Adeline Street, Suite 120 Oakland, CA 94703-
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FAMILY PATHS PARENT SUPPORT & RESOURCE HOTLINE: 1-800-829-3777

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Last Updated: November/1/2019

Agency Name: Family Paths, Inc.

Description: The Parent Support Hotline (800-829-3777; 510-893-5444) offers assistance to families and caregivers of children 0-18 years of age, and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The hotline is staffed by professional and volunteer counselors, who support parents and caregivers around a variety of parenting issues. Counselors are available to talk with parents about their stress and worries parenting infants, children, and teenagers as well as other family stresses or concerns. The hotline is also there for families in crisis, experiencing high stress, or needing assistance finding community resources or signing up for services offered through Family Paths, such as psychotherapy for children and caregivers, parent education classes, group for women, yoga and group for children. Hotline counselors are trained to supportively listen to callers’ needs, and help callers explore options for their situation. The hotline serves Alameda County parents and caregivers from all backgrounds, incomes, and family structures with respect, integrity, compassion, and hope.

Service Address: 1727 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Suite 109
Oakland, CA, 94612

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Rene DValery
    Title: Program Manager
    Phone: 510-893-9230
    Extension: 218
    Fax: 510-893-2074
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Suite 109 Oakland, CA 94612
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Birth to Five

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Last Updated: October/29/2019

Agency Name: A Better Way Inc.

Description: A Better Way's Early Childhood Services are designed to deliver early intervention that facilitates the emotional well-being and optimal development of infants and young children, ages birth through age 5, at risk for emotional, behavioral, and developmental problems. Services include: developmental screening; assessment; monitoring; dyadic and family therapy; and parent training. We work with biological, foster, and adoptive parents as well as any other significant caregivers who play a role in the child’s life. Our treatment teams are multidisciplinary and include a mental health clinicians, family partners, and when appropriate, mental health rehabilitation services with behavior intervention specialists. Services are relationship and strength-based, family driven, culturally and linguistically sensitive, and incorporates evidence-based and evidence informed interventions.

Service Address: 3001 International Blvd
Oakland, CA, 94601

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Birth to Five Intake
    Phone: (510) 433-8600
    Fax: 510-433-8856
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Early Childhood & Parenting Teens Mental Health Program

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Last Updated: October/22/2019

Agency Name: La Familia Counseling Service

Description: Our Early Childhood and Parenting Teens Mental Health program has Bicultural and Bilingual Spanish speaking Mental Health Clinicians and our Family Partner trained in working specifically with infant and child issues, to support parents with behavioral and relational family issues. We accept child clients from infants up to 7 1/2 years old, as our services for children stop at 8-years old. We also work with pregnant and/or parenting teens under age 21-years-old. We use play therapy since children learn through play with parent’s involvement to support the child’s sense of security. All children have their own developmental progression with a range in age for meeting their milestones. Children show differences in their development of communication, language, motor skills, problem solving, and social emotional patterns. Your child’s individual differences are the unique qualities of your child. Mental health in children is about how they feel, think and behave, and how well they manage transitions, routines, changes, and social engagement with their family and peers. We can provide supportive interventions to help you with your concerns regarding your infant or young child's development or behavior. For pregnant or parenting teens up to age 21, we offer support to learn parenting skills and positive bonding. Additionally, teenage pregnancy can bring challenges to the whole family. While love in the family can be abundant, the actual reality of caring for infants and young children is a major commitment. Interruption of school or other life goals can carry with it stressors for the young parents in learning how to manage their new responsibilities while also continuing with their life ambitions. We can help with the stress and adjustment to these changes and feelings such as anxiety, depression, anger, and low self-esteem. To be eligible for services the child or teen parent must have full scope MediCal in Alameda County. Please call us at (510) 300-3574 to discuss eligibility and interest in services.

Service Address: 24301 Southland Dr., Suite 300
Hayward, CA, 94545

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Adriana Arrayga
    Title: Program Administrator
    Phone: 510-300-3574
    Extension: 5103003563
    Address: 24301 Southland Dr., Suite 300 Hayward, CA 94545
  • Name: Lilia Gonzalez-Joly, LMFT
    Title: Lead Clinician/Intake Coordinator
    Phone: 510-300-3118
    Fax: (877) 992-0038
    Address: 24301 Southland Dr Ste 300 HAYWARD, California 94545-1546
  • Name: Kimberly Wheat
    Title: Clinical Supervisor
    Phone: 5103003563
    Extension: 5103003563
    Address: 24301 Southland Dr., Suite 300 Hayward, CA 94545
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CAPE Inc. Mental Health

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Last Updated: October/22/2019

Agency Name: CAPE Inc. (Community Association for Preschool Education)

Description: CAPE Mental Health Services provides EPSDT Medi-Cal services to the birth to seven population and their families in eastern and southern Alameda County. Using a relational model, CAPE clinicians promote young children's social competence and support resilience. CAPE staff is a culturally sensitive group dedicated to helping children and families, offering services in English and Spanish. Services are home based, office based and school based.

Service Address: 3095 Independence Dr Bldg B Suite A
Livermore, CA, 94541

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Tricia Crannell
    Phone: 925-443-3434
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Building Hope/Construyendo Esperanza

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Last Updated: October/9/2019

Agency Name: Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services

Description: Building Hope/Construyendo Esperanza is a program of Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services that began in 2000. Building Hope is a prevention and early intervention program for children ages 0-8 and their families. Building Hope provides on-site mental health consultation, developmental guidance and direct mental health services to children and families in early care and education (child care) programs. Mental health consultation, program consultation and training are provided to child care staff and administration. Building Hope also provides home-based and clinic-based child-parent psychotherapy and family therapy. Services focus on behavioral, social-emotional, attachment, and/or developmental concerns that parents and caregivers have in their relationship with their young children. Case management, advocacy, and referral services are also provided to the children and families Building Hope serves. In addition, Building Hope offers Family Partner involvement. Family Partners are professional staff members who are family members with children with special needs. Family Partners help caregivers advocate for their children, access and navigate community resources, and improve their daily living situation.

Service Address: 500 Davis Street, Suite 120
San Leandro, CA, 94577

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Deb Yates, LCSW
    Title: Program Supervisor
    Phone: 510-481-4203
    Fax: 510-481-4269
    Address: 500 Davis St, Ste 120 San Leandro, CA 94577
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Café Dad

Last Updated: September/13/2019

Agency Name: Alameda County Public Health FHS Fatherhood Initiative

Description: The Alameda County Family Health Services Fatherhood Initiative invites fathers to the Cafe Dad. The Fatherhood Initiative promotes responsible fatherhood and healthy relationships through parenting education and skill building. Cafe Dad meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the Month from 5pm to 7pm, 1100 San Leandro Blvd., San Leandro, CA. For additional information, call (510) 667-4340.

Service Address: 1100 San Leandro Blvd
San Leandro, CA, 94577

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Chris Gibson
    Phone: 510-667-3678
    Address: 1100 San Leandro Blvd San Leandro, CA 94577
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Family Resource Navigators-Parent Support-Drop in hours

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Last Updated: September/9/2019

Agency Name: Family Resource Navigators

Description: Peer parent assistance and support for families of children with delays, disabilities and special health care needs or families with concerns about a delay. Drop in Available at 291 Estudillo Ave, San Leandro. (across to San Leandro Main Library)

Service Address: 291 Estudillo Ave
San Leandro, Ca, 94577

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Eileen Crumm
    Title: Executive Director
    Phone: 510-547-7322
    Extension: 116
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Tandem, Partners in Early Learning

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Last Updated: September/9/2019

Agency Name: Tandem, Partners in Early Learning

Description: Tandem, Partners in Early Learning (formerly Raising A Reader San Francisco and Alameda Counties) has served over 100,000 children ages 0-6 and their families since 2003. Tandem works with families, educators, and communities to surround young children with interactive learning experiences that spark joy and close the opportunity gap. We believe family engagement in early learning is critical to breaking the cycle of poverty and building brighter futures for children. Tandem’s programming is threefold: 1) provide high-quality, age-appropriate, multilingual children’s books; 2) deliver training for educators, families and family support services; and 3) build a strong community-wide commitment to support children’s early learning.

Service Address: 129 Filbert Street
Oakland, CA, 94607

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Des Michel
    Title: Program Supervisor
    Phone: 510-394-1947
    Address: 129 Filbert Street Oakland, CA 94607
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Family Paths Parenting Education (San Leandro)

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Last Updated: September/4/2019

Agency Name: Family Paths, Inc.

Description: Our Positive Parenting Classes are appropriate for all types of families – expecting parents,parents of children of all ages, foster and kinship care providers, adoptive parents, LGBTQ families and others involved in parenting roles. Our curriculum is designed to provide parents with an understanding of parenting skills and knowledge, particularly in the areas of child development, communication, positive parenting practices and self-awareness, while emphasizing the importance of self-care. Our goal is to provide parents with the tools they need to create a healthy, safe, and nurturing environment. Classes are offered in both English and Spanish and in several locations throughout Alameda County. Free childcare is provided onsite. Our classes are 6 or 12 weeks in length. Call Family Paths' Parent Support Hotline at 510-893-5444 or 800-829-3777 for additional information or to enroll.

Service Address: 16105 Mateo St (@ 162nd)
San Leandro, CA, 94578

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Juli Rositas MPA, MsEd
    Title: Family Support Program Manager
    Phone: (510) 893-9230
    Extension: 234
    Fax: (510) 893-2074
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Oakland , CA 94612
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Family Paths Parenting Education in Spanish (Oakland)

Last Updated: September/4/2019

Agency Name: Family Paths, Inc.

Description: Our Positive Parenting Classes are appropriate for all types of families – expecting parents,parents of children of all ages, foster and kinship care providers, adoptive parents, LGBTQ families and others involved in parenting roles. Our curriculum is designed to provide parents with an understanding of parenting skills and knowledge, particularly in the areas of child development, communication, positive parenting practices and self-awareness, while emphasizing the importance of self-care. Our goal is to provide parents with the tools they need to create a healthy, safe, and nurturing environment. Classes are offered in both English and Spanish and in several locations throughout Alameda County. Free childcare is provided onsite. Our classes are 6 or 12 weeks in length. Call Family Paths' Parent Support Hotline at 510-893-5444 or 800-829-3777 for additional information or to enroll.

Service Address: 4101 Park Blvd
Oakland, CA, 94602

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Juli Rositas MPA, MsEd
    Title: Family Support Program Manager
    Phone: (510) 893-9230
    Extension: 234
    Fax: (510) 893-2074
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Oakland , CA 94612
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FAMILY PATHS FOSTER PARENT ADVICE LINE: 1-888-580-3725

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Last Updated: September/3/2019

Agency Name: Family Paths, Inc.

Description: The Foster Parent Advice Line, Foster PAL (888-580-3725; 510-893-9266) is Family Path’s advice line that provides the same support as the Parent Support Hotline, but is tailored to meet the specific needs of foster parents, kinship caregivers, and adoptive parents. It offers assistance to families and caregivers of children 0-18 years of age, and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The line is staffed by professional counselors, who respond to families in crisis, experiencing high stress, or needing assistance finding community resources or signing up for services offered through Family Paths, such as psychotherapy for children and caregivers, parent education classes, yoga, group for women, and group for children. The line also provides access to case management assistance to callers through our Foster Parent Community Advocate. The Foster Parent Advice Line serves Alameda County caregivers from all backgrounds, incomes, and family structures with respect, integrity, compassion, and hope.

Service Address: 1727 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Suite 109
Oakland, California, 94612

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Juli Rositas MPA, MsEd
    Title: Family Support Program Manager
    Phone: (510) 893-9230
    Extension: 234
    Fax: (510) 893-2074
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Oakland , CA 94612
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Learning Together: In-Home Support Program

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Last Updated: August/28/2019

Agency Name: Alameda Family Services

Description: The program is funded by Early Head Start and provides families with weekly home visits and group meetings twice a month. This program provides prenatal care, child development, comprehensive health, and family support services to pregnant women, infants and toddlers living in the city of Alameda. Khristine De la Cruz (510) 459-4798 Yolanda Duarte (510)769-4835 Diane Joy (510) 748-9628

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: KHRISTINE DE LA CRUZ
    Phone: (510) 459-4798
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Bloom - Family Services

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Last Updated: August/15/2019

Agency Name: Deaf Counseling, Advocacy and Referral Agency (DCARA)

Description: Serving age 0-8 Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing, DeafDisabled, and Late Deafened children and families with CODA children through mentoring program, home visit, IEP/IFSP support, and informational & referral services.

Service Address: 14895 E14th Street, Suite 200
San Leandro, CA, 94578

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  • Agency Name: Deaf Counseling, Advocacy and Referral Agency (DCARA)
    Phone: 510-343-6670
    Address: 14895 E. 14th Street, Suite #200 San Leandro , CA 94578
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Women's Daytime Drop In Center

Last Updated: August/15/2019

Agency Name: Women's Daytime Drop-In Center (Berkeley)

Description: The Women’s Daytime Drop-in Center (WDDC) offers free services to any homeless woman and her children. Women can access WDDC services by dropping in Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am and 4pm. WDDC is empowering women and children to move from the streets to a home by providing ongoing and intensive counseling, case management services, daily support groups, a comprehensive children’s program, a variety of referral services, and a transitional housing program for four single parent families. The WDDC has evolved from its original mission of providing emergency and crisis response to a program of on-going support services. The WDDC serves an average of 150 women and children each month in a nurturing, home-like environment. Services are available at no fee to any homeless woman or child.

Service Address: 2218 Acton Street
Berkeley, CA , 94702

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Women's Daytime Drop-In Center (Berkeley)
    Phone: 510-548-2884
    Email: staff@womensdropin.org
    Address: 2218 Acton Street Berkeley, CA 94702
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WDDC Children's Program

Last Updated: August/15/2019

Agency Name: Women's Daytime Drop-In Center (Berkeley)

Description: In the Children’s Program we strive to make each child’s visit to the Women’s Daytime Drop-In Center a fun, positive experience. In addition to providing children’s activities, WDDC Children’s Program staff offer: Assessment of need and referrals for medical, dental, preschool, and mental health services Developmental and social/emotional screenings for children under 5 Play and family therapy for families with children under the age of 5 A parenting support group for caregivers Individual parenting support and education For more information about our children’s program, please contact Carmen Escobar, Children’s Program Coordinator, at 510-548-2884.

Service Address: 2218 Acton Street
Berkeley, CA , 94702

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Women's Daytime Drop-In Center (Berkeley)
    Phone: 510-548-2884
    Email: staff@womensdropin.org
    Address: 2218 Acton Street Berkeley, CA 94702
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Breast Friends Mommy Group

Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: West Oakland Health Center

Description: The Breast Friends Mommy Group provides pregnant mothers, breastfeeding mothers, and mothers of toddlers with the opportunity to make new friends and get support from other breastfeeding moms. Local lactation consultants and counselors will be on site to answer questions group members have about breastfeeding. The group also connects mothers to playgroups and family activities held throughout the community. Refreshments will be served.

Service Address: 700 Adeline Street
Oakland, CA, 94607

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Brandi Gates
    Phone: 510-372-3026
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Baby n Me Support Group

Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: Washington Hospital Healthcare System

Description: Discuss the joy and trials of living with your new baby at this support group. Enhance your transition into parenthoood. This support group is for moms and babies from birth to 18 months.

Service Address: 2500 Mowry Ave, Ste 215B
Fremont, CA, 94538

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  • Agency Name: Washington Hospital Healthcare System
    Phone: 510-797-1111
    Address: 2000 Mowry Ave Fremont, CA 94538
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Baby & Us Support Group

Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: Washington Hospital Healthcare System

Description: Join other new parents in discussing the joys and trials of being a couple with a new baby. This support group is for both parents and their baby.

Service Address: 2500 Mowry Ave, Ste 215B
Fremont, CA, 94538

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  • Agency Name: Washington Hospital Healthcare System
    Phone: 510-797-1111
    Address: 2000 Mowry Ave Fremont, CA 94538
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Parent Infant Program

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Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland; Mental Health & Child Development

Description: Our Parent-Infant-Program work with the Regional Center East Bay (RCEB) to service parents of infants birth to 3 years old who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability. Our multi-lingual staff utilizes skilled Infant Developmental Specialists, Mental Health Clinicians and a Resource Family Partner to offer weekly in-home and center based programs and parent support group. Eligibility requirements; Already a Regional Center East Bay (RCEB) client and have Alameda County Medi-Cal.

Service Address: 312 Clay Street
Oakland, Ca, 94607

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Tiauna Shabazz
    Title: Referral Coordinator
    Phone: 510-428-3408
    Fax: 510-238-9764
  • Name: Marybeth Finch
    Title: Parent Infant Program Lead
    Phone: 510-428-8414
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Fussy Baby Program

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Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland; Mental Health & Child Development

Description: The Fussy Baby program provides support to parents whose infants are experiencing excessive crying, attachment or sleeping concerns that may be causing stress to the child and or family. Our team provides intervention,therapeutic strategies and support to develop plans to address the above concerns. To be eligible for services you must have Alameda County Medi-Cal.

Service Address: In the family home
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Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Tiauna Shabazz
    Title: Referral Coordinator
    Phone: 510-428-3408
    Fax: 510-238-9764
  • Name: Jennifer Murphy Sims
    Title: Fussy Baby Team Lead
    Phone: 510-428-8409
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Early Childhood Mental Health Program

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Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland; Mental Health & Child Development

Description: We offer services for children ages 0- 6 with developmental and/or behavioral concerns. Our department provides a range of programs to meet the mental health, educational and psycho-social support for vulnerable children and their families who reside in Alameda County. Children must have Full-Scope Alameda County Medi-Cal with no secondary insurance or out of pocket expense. For more information, please call our office directly at 510-428-3408.

Service Address: 312 Clay Street
Oakland, CA, 94607

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Tiauna Shabazz
    Title: Referral Coordinator
    Phone: 510-428-3408
    Fax: 510-238-9764
  • Name: Sally Cantrell
    Title: Assessment Team Leader
    Phone: 510-428-8401
  • Name: Barbara Ivins
    Title: Clinical Director
    Phone: 510-428-8402
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Twin by the Bay Club (Membership)

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Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: Twins by the Bay

Description: Twins by the Bay is a non-profit support group for parents of multiples in Oakland, Berkeley and the surrounding area. Its mission is to educate, support and assist parents in the raising of multiple-birth children. Member benefits include a Preemie Closet, the use of loaner equipment and costumes, the New and Expectant Parent Support Group, newsletter, national and regional club membership, information sharing and much more

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, CA, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Claire Fix
    Title: Membership Director
    Phone: 510-328-0890
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Daytime Support Group for New and Expectant Parents of Multiples

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Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: Twins by the Bay

Description: This group is for ANY new or expectant parents of multiples and are welcome to attend any meeting. Your pre-crawling infants are always welcome and encouraged.

Service Address: 5323 Claremont Ave.
Oakland , CA , 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Christine Nygaard
    Phone: 510-328-0890
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Family Support Services

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Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center Inc.

Description: Family Support Services (FSS) provides comprehensive case management services to pregnant and parenting teens/adults. Eligible clients must have a child under the age of 5. We serve Southern Alameda County. Our services are free, voluntary and confidential.

Service Address: 22211 Foothill Blvd
Hayward, CA, 94541

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Victor Ramos
    Title: Program Manager
    Phone: 5104715907
    Extension: 3747
    Address: 22211 Foothill Blvd. Hayward, CA 94541
  • Name: victor Ramos
    Title: Program Manager
    Phone: 510-457-8068
    Address: 22211 Foothill Blvd Hayward, California 94541-2712
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Early Head Start Expansion

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Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: The Unity Council

Description: We offer child development and parental support services at a public school for pregnant and parenting teens. Our prenatal program provides home visits and prenatal education to pregnant women and families with newborns. The home base program serves medically fragile and typically developing infants and toddlers through weekly home visitation and developmental playgroups.

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: The Unity Council
    Phone: 510-535-6900
    Fax: 510-534-7771
    Email: admin@unitycouncil.org
    Address: 1900 Fruitvale Ave Oakland, CA 94601
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The Hub Family Resource Center

Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: The Hub

Description: The Hub Family Resource Center provides the following services: •Assistance with obtaining Medi-Cal, Cal Fresh (food stamps), Covered Ca, Health PAC, Kaiser Child Health Program, CalWorks, General Assistance, and CAPI •Community Liaison to AC SSA •DACA Applications/Renewals •Housing & Job Search •Assistance with domestic violence paperwork, child support and related paperwork •Application Assistance: EDD, USDI, SSI, Family Leave, etc. •School Information/ Advocacy (SARB/COST/SST/IEP, etc.) •Food Pantry •Community referrals •Workshops (Immigration, College Readiness, Nurturing Families, etc.) •Peer Counseling •Light case management •Support to HUSD Staff and Parent Outreach Workers

Service Address: 24411 Amador St.
Hayward, CA, 94544

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  • Agency Name: The Hub
    Phone: 510-784-2600
    Address: 24411 Amador St. Hayward, CA 94544
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Alameda Connections (FSP 0-8 Wraparound)

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Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: Seneca Family of Agencies

Description: Alameda Connections Early Childhood Wraparound Program serves the youngest Alameda County children (ages 0-8) who are experiencing difficulties in school and/or may need more intensive support services to stabilize. Alameda Connections serves families who are experiencing difficulties in any number of areas including: parent-child relationship problems, at risk of losing school placement, and/or behavioral issues with their child. We use a team approach with a Care Coordinator (clinician-level) who leads treatment team meetings, organizes treatment and works more directly to support felt needs of the caregiver (access to resources, case management, etc.) and a support counselor who provides individual rehabilitation services in the home, school, and community. We also have a Family Partner who may be assigned to work with a family and who provides individualized support to the caregiver.

Service Address: 8750 Mountain Blvd. Bldg 69
Oakland, CA, 94605

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Marjie Harper
    Title: Clinical Supervisor
    Phone: (510) 695-1783
    Fax: (510) 342-7255
    Address: 8750 Mountain Blvd. Bldg 69 Oakland, CA 94605
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Shelter Services and Community Outreach

Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: Ruby's Place

Description: Ruby's Place provides a free service to the community to access information, referrals and counseling including: 1. A Community Resource Mental Health and Outreach Office 2. Hourly Therapy services for Women, Men, Children and Families 3. Substance Abuse Assessment 4. Victims of Crime application assistance 5. Mental Illness Assessments 6. Psychiatric referrals 7. Crisis Counseling 8. Referral Services for mental health issues 9. Legal advocacy for: immigration, T-visa, U-visa, VAWA. Restraining Order’s completed in the office, court advocacy, attorney referrals. 10. Other Advocacy: CalWorks applications and advocacy for DV “stop clock”, Social Services applications, child care referrals. 11. Provide small hygiene supplies, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, etc.

Service Address: 1180 B Street
Hayward, CA, 94541

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Jennifer Malvoux
    Title: Director of Programs
    Phone: 510-786-1246
    Address: 1180 B Street Hayward, CA 94541
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Counseling and Outreach Services

Last Updated: August/14/2019

Agency Name: Ruby's Place

Description: Ruby's Place is offering counseling and outreach services for men, women, and children. The services are free of charge.Individual therapy and family therapy for women, men, and children. Including issues such as: Trauma, Grief, Depression and Anxiety, Family and Peer Conflict, Self-Esteem, Addictions, Coping Skills and more! Make an appointment by phone 510-931-5921

Service Address: 1180 B Street
Hayward, CA, 94541

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Rachel Pfeffer
    Title: Interim Executive Director
    Phone: (510) 695-2376
    Address: 1180 B Street Hayward, CA 94541
  • Name: Jennifer Malvoux
    Title: Director of Programs
    Phone: 510-786-1246
    Address: 1180 B Street Hayward, CA 94541
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Pre-Preschool at Prescott-Joseph Center (3months - 5 years old)

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