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CAPE Inc. Mental Health

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Last Updated: May/21/2019

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):

  • Agency Name: CAPE Inc. (Community Association for Preschool Education)
    Phone: 925-518-6280
    Fax: 925-215-2497
    Email: tcrannell@capeheadstart.org
    Address: 3037 Independence Dr., Suite A Livermore , CA 94551
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Building Hope/Construyendo Esperanza

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Last Updated: May/20/2019

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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Birth to Five

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Last Updated: May/20/2019

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; parent training; infant massage training and bonding classes. 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
    Extension: 1018
    Fax: 510-433-8856
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Through The Looking Glass, Early Head Start Home-Based Program

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Last Updated: May/17/2019

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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Adaptive Baby Care Equipment

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Last Updated: May/17/2019

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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Pregnancy and Childbirth Support

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Last Updated: May/17/2019

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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ACOE Infant & Family Support Program in Berkeley

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Last Updated: May/16/2019

Agency Name: Alameda County Office of Education

Description: Relationship-based early intervention services provided to infants and toddlers with disabilities and developmental delays, and their families. Infant Development Specialists collaborate with care providers in their homes, communities, and/or child care settings to support development and positive relationship development. We also offer an inclusive community play group and community outings. Participation is voluntary and free of charge.

Service Address: 3222 Adeline Street
Berkeley, CA, 94703

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Shannon Rinzler
    Title: Early Intervention Teacher
    Phone: (510) 459-7981
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Grupo de Apoyo a las Madres (3-Part Series)

Last Updated: May/16/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: ¡Vengan a juntar con otras madres! Recibir apoyo y relajar con otras madres con niños menos de 3 años. Normalmente madres concentran en las necesidades de la familia y no enfocan en lo que necesitan ellas mismas. Este es una oportunidad para enfocar en cómo es usted como una individuo y una madre. Estamos conectando para hacer una comunidad de madres y compartir nuestras experiencias, problemas y éxitos. Este grupo estara presentado por Rose Schweig, una consejera licenciada, una madre de una niña que ha cumplido un año y que ha trabajado con familias latinas por más de 10 años. Nota: Si no tiene alguien para cuidar a sus niños sean bienvenidas a traer sus niños menos de la edad de 3 años.

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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New Moms Support Group (4-Part Series)

Last Updated: May/16/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Congratulations on becoming a new mom! Right now you may be feeling a lot of emotions. If you are excited, worried, overwhelmed, or overjoyed, then you’re totally normal. Finding a circle of support is a great way to lessen the stress of caring for a newborn. At each of our support groups, moms will get to share their feelings, ask questions, and build friendships with one another. Alexis Azzam, a mother and licensed marriage and family therapist, will offer information along with tips for reducing isolation and bonding with your infant. Come and join us and bring your baby along!

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Hiring a Nanny 101

Last Updated: May/16/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: If you're thinking of hiring a nanny, then this is the workshop for you! At this event, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network will discuss the details of being an employer, including your rights and responsibilities. By offering a variety of resources such as tips for hiring and interviewing, establishing wages and a work agreement, how to ensure a fair and safe workplace, and the laws surrounding nanny employment, the network will set you up with all the tools you need. They'll also offer ideas on how to create a positive, long-term relationship with your employee. You will have a chance to talk about your own experiences, ask questions, and share concerns.

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Choosing Preschool

Last Updated: May/16/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Finding the right child care program for three and four-year-olds can be just as confusing and stressful as finding care for infants and toddlers. While many qualities that parents search for in care remain the same, there are different developmental needs for children in the two years before entering Kindergarten. Come learn about what preschool age children need in care environments and how to assess the quality of the various programs you may be considering.

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave.
Oakland, CA, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Choosing Infant Care

Last Updated: May/16/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Finding child care for your infant or toddler is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. BANANAS is here to help! We will discuss the various types of child care options available for your family. Whether it’s a family child care home, center, nanny, or trusted family or friend that you select, this workshop will guide you in choosing the provider that makes the best sense for your family and your child. We will also cover how to screen and interview potential providers. Thu, Jan 17 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Choosing Infant Care

Last Updated: May/16/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Finding child care for your infant or toddler is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. BANANAS is here to help! We will discuss the various types of child care options available for your family. Whether it’s a family child care home, center, nanny, or trusted family or friend that you select, this workshop will guide you in choosing the provider that makes the best sense for your family and your child. We will also cover how to screen and interview potential providers. Thu, Jan 17 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Choosing Infant Care

Last Updated: May/16/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Finding child care for your infant or toddler is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. BANANAS is here to help! We will discuss the various types of child care options available for your family. Whether it’s a family child care home, center, nanny, or trusted family or friend that you select, this workshop will guide you in choosing the provider that makes the best sense for your family and your child. We will also cover how to screen and interview potential providers. Thu, Jan 17 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Family Paths Yoga for Families / Yoga en Familia! (Brookfield Branch of OPL)

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Family Paths, Inc.

Description: Nurturing Connection through Movement, Song, and Play. A caregiver and young child yoga workshop where caregivers will support their children, ages 2-5, in guided song and movement. Children will learn yoga poses through story and games, playfully developing skills for improving listening, flexibility, motor development, circulation, and sensory integration. Caregivers will learn techniques for connecting non-verbally to their kids through sound and physical touch. ************************************************************* Creando Conexión a través del Movimiento, la Canción y el Juego. Un taller de yoga para padres y niños pequeños donde los cuidadores apoyarán a sus hijos, de 2 a 5 años, con cantos guiados y el movimiento. Los niños aprenderán posturas de yoga a través de la historia y los juegos, desarrollando de manera divertida las habilidades para mejorar la audicion, la flexibilidad, el desarrollo motor, la circulación y la integración sensorial. Los padres aprenderán técnicas para conectarse de forma no verbal con sus hijos a través del sonido y el toque físico. ************************************************************* INSTRUCTORA ES BILINGUE-ESPANOL/INGLES. POR FAVOR PÓNGASE EN CONTACTO CON LA DIRECCIÓN DE LA BIBLIOTECA PÚBLICA BROOKFIELD DE OAKLAND, AL 510-615-5725 O LLAME A NUESTRA LÍNEA DE APOYO PARA PADRES 800-829-3777 PARA MÁS INFORMACIÓN.

Service Address: Various Location
Oakland, , CA,

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
  • Name: Kim San Gabriel
    Title: Family Support Program Coordinator
    Phone: 510-893-9230
    Extension: 238
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way Oakland, California 94612
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Black Infant Health Program

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Alameda County Public Health FHS Healthy Start Initative

Description: The Black Infant Health Program (BIH) is designed to empower and support pregnant and parenting African-American women. As part of their efforts to reduce infant mortality and preterm labor in the African American community, BIH provides social support and empowerment in a group setting through intensive case management. BIH participants attend weekly group sessions (10 prenatal and 10 postpartum) designed to help them access their own strengths and set health promoting goals for themselves and their babies.

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

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Alameda County Public Health FHS Healthy Start Initative
    Phone: 510-618-2080
    Address: 1100 San Leandro Blvd., Suite 120 San Leandro, CA 94577
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FHS Fatherhood Initiative - Café Dad

Last Updated: May/15/2019

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, 94578

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Gary Thompson
    Title: FHS Coordinator
    Phone: (510) 667- 4343
    Fax: (510) 618 - 1973
    Address: 1100 San Leandro Boulevard San Leandro, California 94578
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Alameda County Family Health Services Fatherhood Initiative

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Alameda County Public Health FHS Fatherhood Initiative

Description: The Fatherhood Initiative promotes responsible fatherhood and healthy relationships through skill-based parenting education providing male centered case management and support programs. --Increase men’s access and utilization of local health care and wraparound services --Strengthen and enhancing existing male --Services and system capacity through training --Professional development and health promotion campaigns Alameda county public system partners and non-governmental agencies who provide male and fatherhood services and/or have an interest to do so.

Service Address: 1100 San Leandro Boulevard, Suite 120
San Leandro, CA, 94577

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Gary Thompson
    Title: FHS Coordinator
    Phone: (510) 667- 4343
    Fax: (510) 618 - 1973
    Address: 1100 San Leandro Boulevard San Leandro, California 94578
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Alameda County Healthy Homes Department

Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Alameda County Healthy Homes Department

Description: The Alameda County Healthy Homes Department offers a variety of services to support property owner, tenants, medical provider, contractor and family efforts to reduce lead poisoning risks and maintain healthier homes. All children should be tested for lead exposure at 12 and 24 months. Public Information Line is staffed Monday through Friday from 9-5: 510-567-8280. Property Owner Services can include in-home consultations, training and repair funding. Tenants can receive program information and then encourage owners to participate. Lead Poisoning Prevention and Healthy Homes general outreach and education is done county-wide. Presentations, participation in community events, and outreach materials which are generally available upon request. Unsafe work practices (sanding, scraping and power washing of lead paint) can be reported by calling the Info Line. Parents of children with asthma are encouraged to call the County's Asthma Start Program at 383.5181 to receive in-home health education and housing deficiencies will be identified and referred back to the Healthy Homes Dept., if necessary.

Service Address: 2000 Embarcadero Suite 300
Oakland, CA, 94606

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Alameda County Healthy Homes Department
    Phone: 510-567-8280
    Fax: 510-567-8272
    Address: 2000 Embarcadero, Suite 300 Oakland, CA 94606
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Step- Up: Survivor Training and Empowerment Program

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Alameda County Family Justice Center

Description: STEP-UP (Survivor Training and Empowerment Program – Utilizing your Potential) is designed to empower survivors of interpersonal violence by offering financial literacy and professional development classes, as well as group-based empowerment workshops. 6-week session dates vary through out the year. Please call the ACFJC at (510) 267-8800 for more information.

Service Address: 470 27th Street
Oakland , CA , 94612

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Denise Jackson
    Phone: (510) 267-8810
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Prenatal Group Sessions

Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Alameda County Black Infant Health Program

Description: The Black Infant Health (BIH) Program aims to help women have healthy babies. Participants learn proven strategies to reduce stress and develop life skills. This is accomplished through a group-based approach with complementary case management. Weekly group sessions help women build social support, access their strengths, make positive choices and set health-promoting goals.

Service Address: 700 Adeline Street
Oakland, CA, 94607

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  • Agency Name: Alameda County Black Infant Health Program
    Phone: 510-618-1967
    Address: 1100 San Leandro Blvd San Leandro , CA 94577
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Breastfeeding Support Group

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Alameda Alliance for Health

Description: Come join us to talk with other breastfeeding mothers and receive breastfeeding support! Groups will be led by certified breastfeeding experts who can provide personalized care for you and your child.

Service Address: 2299 Mowry Ave., Suite 3b
Fremont, CA, 94538

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Alameda Alliance for Health
    Phone: 510-747-6221
    Fax: 510-747-4221
    Email: nkuo@alamedaalliance.org
    Address: 1240 South Loop Road Alameda, California 94502
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Parent Support with Newborns

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Alameda Alliance for Health

Description: Telephone support line for parents with newborns. 510-747-4577.

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Alameda Alliance for Health
    Phone: 510-747-6221
    Fax: 510-747-4221
    Email: nkuo@alamedaalliance.org
    Address: 1240 South Loop Road Alameda, California 94502
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Lactation Support

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Alameda Alliance for Health

Description: Individualized Breastfeeding Support from lactation consultants (IBCLC*) is now available to Alliance members! Support is given on the phone or in the home. Consultants have access to interpreter services. Alliance members call any of our lactation experts to request breastfeeding support: *Tina Benitez, IBCLC: 510-206-7080 (Spanish or English) *Allana Samuel, IBCLC: 510-999-6455 *Brandi Gates, IBCLC: 510-372-3026 *Sylvia Boyd, PT, IBCLC: 510-863-1537 (only by phone or in Hayward office) *IBCLC stands for International Board Certified Lactation Consultant

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Alameda Alliance for Health
    Phone: 510-747-6221
    Fax: 510-747-4221
    Email: nkuo@alamedaalliance.org
    Address: 1240 South Loop Road Alameda, California 94502
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Sunrise Village Shelter

Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: Abode Services

Description: Sunrise Village is the only shelter of its kind in the Bay Area specially designed and built to house homeless families and single adults in an efficient and dignified manner. Families with children live in individual family rooms with private baths. The building has private counseling areas, lounges, a children's library, commercial kitchen, storage space and play areas. A childcare facility operated by Kidango, Inc. is located on-site. Children from both Sunrise Village and the general public attend. Services include case management, primary and mental health care, substance abuse recovery services, housing placement, job counseling and placement, financial literacy training, transportation assistance, childcare, developmental and depression screenings and referrals, parent education, respite and enrichment activities to support the social-emotional and developmental well-being of children whose caregivers are homeless or formerly homeless.

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Abode Services
    Phone: 510-657-7409
    Fax: 510-657-7293
    Email: info@abodeservices.org
    Address: 40849 Fremont Blvd Fremont, CA 94538
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Fatherhood Circle

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

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.
Berkely, CA,, 94703

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  • 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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CalFresh Enrollment (4Cs)

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

Agency Name: 4Cs Community Child Care Council of Alameda County

Description: 4Cs offer CalFresh enrollment. CalFresh is the new name for California's Food Stamp Program. CalFresh is a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) that provides assistance for households to purchase nutritious food. The program uses an easy credit card format called Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) to purchase food at retail stores and farmers markets.

Service Address: 22351 City Center Drive
Hayward , CA , 94541

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Stephanie Clarke
    Phone: 510-584-3105
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Parent Infant Program

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

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

Description: Our Parent-Infant-Program utilizes a staff of skilled infant developmental specialists and mental health clinicians to offer in-home and center based early intervention services to children from Birth to 3 years with the participation of the child's family. A mental health specialist, who is also the parent of a child with a disability, offers a weekly parent support group and family counseling. Eligibility requirements; Already a Regional Center East Bay (RCEB) client and have Alameda County Med-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: 510-428-3408
    Fax: 510-238-9764
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Fussy Baby Program

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

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

Description: The Fussy Baby program provides support through our multidisciplinary team to parents whose infants are experiencing excessive crying, sleeping concerns, or feeding problems 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 issues. 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: Sara Grunstein
    Title: Fussy Baby Team Member
    Phone: 510-428-3408
  • Name: Jennifer Murphy Sims
    Title: Fussy Baby Program Lead
    Phone: 510-428-3408
    Fax: 510-238-9764
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Early Childhood Mental Health Program

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Last Updated: May/15/2019

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 Lead
    Phone: 510-428-3408
    Fax: 510-238-9764
  • Name: Barbara Ivins
    Title: Clinical Director
    Phone: 510-428-3408
    Fax: 510-238-9764
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Infant Toddler Program

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Last Updated: May/14/2019

Agency Name: City of Fremont, Youth and Family Services

Description: We provide counseling for families with children under the age of 8 years. We help parents who are concerned about their child’s behavior and their emotional well-being. Concerns from parents include when a child is not listening, has excessive temper tantrums, is anxious or clinging, and other behavioral problems. We also help families dealing with difficulties such as domestic violence, divorce or the death of a family member.

Service Address: 39155 Liberty Street E 500
Fremont , California, 94537

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Reva Srinivasan
    Title: Program Coordinator
    Phone: 510-574-2100
    Fax: 510-574-2105
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Early Childhood & Parenting Teens Mental Health Program

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Last Updated: May/6/2019

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: Kimberly Wheat
    Title: Clinical Supervisor
    Phone: 5103003563
    Extension: 5103003563
    Address: 24301 Southland Dr., Suite 300 Hayward, CA 94545
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Tandem, Partners in Early Learning

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Last Updated: May/2/2019

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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Asian Health Services - Specialty Mental Health (Children & Youth, Central County)

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Last Updated: May/2/2019

Agency Name: Asian Health Services

Description: We provide children ages 0-21 living in Central Alameda County with social-emotional support through screening, assessment, education, early intervention, medication support, and individual and family therapy. Our goals are to elevate the social emotional development of the child to age appropriate levels, enhance parental skills,promote emotional stability in the home, improve functioning in life skill areas.

Service Address: 433 Callan Ave, Suite 301
San Leandro, CA, 94577

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Shadia Godoy
    Title: QI & Compliance Manager
    Phone: 510-735-3935
    Fax: 510-474-1715
    Address: 310 8th St. Suite 200A Oakland, CA 94607
  • Name: Kao Saechao
    Title: Division Director of SMH
    Phone: 510-735-7900
    Fax: 510-735-3939
    Address: 310 - 8th Street, Suite 200A Oakland, CA 94607
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Asian Health Services - Specialty Mental Health (Children and Youth)

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Last Updated: May/2/2019

Agency Name: Asian Health Services

Description: We provide children ages 0-21 with social-emotional support through screening, assessment, education, early intervention, medication support, and individual and family therapy. Our goals are to elevate the social emotional development of the child to age appropriate levels, enhance parental skills,promote emotional stability in the home, improve functioning in life skill areas.

Service Address: 310- 8th street, Suite 210
Oakland, CA, 94607

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Shadia Godoy
    Title: QI & Compliance Manager
    Phone: 510-735-3935
    Fax: 510-474-1715
    Address: 310 8th St. Suite 200A Oakland, CA 94607
  • Name: Kao Saechao
    Title: Division Director of SMH
    Phone: 510-735-7900
    Fax: 510-735-3939
    Address: 310 - 8th Street, Suite 200A Oakland, CA 94607
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Learning Together: In-Home Support Program

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Last Updated: April/9/2019

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

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: KHRISTINE DE LA CRUZ
    Phone: (510) 459-4798
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Housing Education & Counseling

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Last Updated: March/7/2019

Agency Name: Bay Area Community Services

Description: BACS' Housing Education & Counseling program is designed to guide you from homelessness to housing, and beyond. The Housing Education classes cover everything you need to know about finding and keeping housing. We also provide individual housing counseling for those in need. Our goal is to uplift people and provide the tools help you escape homelessness.

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Bay Area Community Services
    Phone: 510-613-0330
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Pre-K Play at Carmen Flores!

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Last Updated: March/6/2019

Agency Name: Oakland Parks, Recreation and Youth Development

Description: Join our FREE playgroup at Willie Keyes Recreation Center for Oakland Residents. We offer fun, developmentally appropriate activities and learning experiences that prepare children and families for structured school environments. Our weekly playgroups offer circle time, arts and crafts, free play, snack, monthly yoga/movement class, field trips, story time and much more. Our FREE playgroups are for children ages 0-5 and their parent/caregiver. Drop-in and join us, we are always accepting new participants. This program is funded by OFCY and City of Oakland, paperwork to be completed on first visit. There are no income requirements. Languages: English and Spanish. Please email with any questions: playgroups.opr@gmail.com Willie Keyes Recreations center is located at 1637 Fruitvale Ave, Oakland, CA 94601. Playgroups are Tuesday and Thursday 930am-1230pm. You are welcome to come in later and attend for the duration of time that works best for you and your little one(s).

Service Address: Carmen Flores Recreational Center, 1637 Fruitvale Ave
Oakland, CA, 94601

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Kayla Brown
    Title: Teacher
    Phone: (510) 597-5042
    Address: 3131 Union Street Oakland, CA 94608
  • Name: Angelica Lopez
    Title: Center Director (Bilingual)
    Phone: 510- 535-5631
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Pre-K Play at Mosswood Park!

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Last Updated: March/6/2019

Agency Name: Oakland Parks, Recreation and Youth Development

Description: Join our FREE playgroup at Mosswood Recreation Center for Oakland Residents. We offer fun, developmentally appropriate activities and learning experiences that prepare children and families for structured school environments. Our weekly playgroups offer circle time, arts and crafts, free play, snack, monthly yoga/movement class, field trips, story time and much more! Our FREE playgroups are for children ages 0-5 and their parent/caregiver. Drop-in and join us! We are always accepting new participants. This program is funded by OFCY and City of Oakland, paperwork to be completed on first visit. There are no income requirements. Languages: English and Spanish. Please email with any questions: playgroups.opr@gmail.com Willie Keyes Recreations center is located at 3612 Webster St, Oakland, CA 94609. Playgroups are Tuesday and Thursday 930am-1230pm. You are welcome to come in later and attend for the duration of time that works best for you and your little one(s). A parent or caregiver is required to attend each session with their child. ***This group is FREE***

Service Address: Mosswood Park, 3612 Webster St
Oakland, CA, 94609

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Kayla Brown
    Title: Teacher
    Phone: (510) 597-5042
    Address: 3131 Union Street Oakland, CA 94608
  • Name: Erin Burton
    Title: Mosswood Center Director
    Phone: 510-597-5038
    Address: 3612 Webster St Oakland, Ca 94609
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Pre-K Play at Willie Keyes/Poplar Park!

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Last Updated: March/6/2019

Agency Name: Oakland Parks, Recreation and Youth Development

Description: Join our FREE playgroup at Willie Keyes Recreation Center for Oakland Residents. We offer fun, developmentally appropriate activities and learning experiences that prepare children and families for structured school environments. Our weekly playgroups offer circle time, arts and crafts, free play, snack, monthly yoga/movement class, field trips, story time and much more! Our FREE playgroups are for children ages 0-5 and their parent/caregiver. Drop-in and join us! We are always accepting new participants. This program is funded by OFCY and City of Oakland, paperwork to be completed on first visit. There are no income requirements. Languages: English and Spanish. Please email with any questions: playgroups.opr@gmail.com Willie Keyes Recreations center is located at 3131 Union Street, Oakland, Ca 94608. Playgroups are Weds and Fri 930am-1230pm. You are welcome to come in later and attend for the duration of time that works best for you and your little one(s). A parent or caregiver is required to attend each session with their child. ***This group is FREE***

Service Address: Willie Keyes Recreation Center at Poplar Park, 3131 Union Street
Oakland, CA, 94608

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Kayla Brown
    Title: Teacher
    Phone: (510) 597-5042
    Address: 3131 Union Street Oakland, CA 94608
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Resolving Sibling Rivalry (2-Part Series)

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: It's important that family members know they can trust and rely on one another and for siblings, it's especially important to work toward a relationship that will only become stronger over time. No matter what ages your children are, they can learn to communicate with each other in a way that brings them closer together, which in turn will make the whole family happier and more connected. Facilitated by Wits' End Parenting Coach Rebecah Freeling, this workshop will show how you can support strong sibling relationships built on cooperation, collaboration, sharing, and mutual understanding.

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave.
Oakland, CA, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Spirited Child (6-Part Series)

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: The Spirited Children series is back! Are you the parent of a child who is strong-minded and has intense feelings? Or a child who may have endless energy, gets easily frustrated, or is very shy? Would you like to learn parenting tools that work with your child’s personality and stage of development? Rebecah Freeling is a Parenting Coach who has 20 years of experience in early childhood education. You will learn ways to deal with tantrums, aggression, shyness, and other challenging behaviors often displayed by “spirited” children.

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Booties Camp: Baby Massage

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: This workshop is all about relaxation, bonding, and the power of touch. The benefits of baby massage are amazing. When you massage your infant you can reduce crying, increase sleep, improve blood circulation and digestion, balance breathing, inspire relaxation and better self-esteem, and create a loving parent-child bond. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn simple massage techniques that your baby will love.

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Booties Camp: Baby Yoga

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Bring your baby to yoga! It's a great way to regain shape, strength, and energy after giving birth. It’s also a great way to learn about breath and body awareness. This workshop includes exercises for breathing and getting centered. We'll also learn poses with and without baby, songs for bonding with baby, and calming exercises for you and baby. Taught by Elika Aird, a certified yoga instructor, the class is designed for parents and their pre-crawling babies, but babies of all ages are welcome. Join us for this popular workshop that you and your baby will enjoy! Wed, Jan 9 | 10 am - 12 pm

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Booties Camp: Baby Sleep (1st in a Series)

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Sleep can often feel like the number one lost activity for new parents when the baby arrives. You may be up all night soothing a crying infant, exhausted from keeping up with your little one throughout the day, or just tired from trying to juggle life’s many tasks. At this workshop, we will talk about sleep patterns, locations, naps, night feedings, co-sleeping, healthy training, and much more! Bring your questions and come learn about what’s going on with your newborn. Babies are welcome!

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Circle of Security (5-Part Series)

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: As parents, we sometimes feel lost about what our child needs from us. The Circle of Security Parenting program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened. Join Dr. Martina Ebesugawa, a child development specialist and adjunct professor, to explore your child’s emotional world by learning how to read their emotional needs. We’ll also discuss how to support your child’s ability to successfully manage emotions and enhance your child’s self-esteem.

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave.
Oakland, CA, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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New Moms Support Group (5-Part Series)

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Congratulations on becoming a new mom! Right now you may be feeling a lot of emotions. If you are excited, worried, overwhelmed, or overjoyed, then you’re totally normal. Finding a circle of support is a great way to lessen the stress of caring for a newborn. At each of our support groups, moms will get to share their feelings, ask questions, and build friendships with one another. Alexis Azzam, a mother and licensed marriage and family therapist, will offer information along with tips for reducing isolation and bonding with your infant. Come and join us and bring your baby along!

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Choosing Child Care at Room to Bloom Family Resource Center- Se habla español

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: This workshop is designed to assist families in accessing child care resources. We will talk about subsidized or low-cost child care programs that help pay for or reduce child care costs for families who qualify. Our knowledgeable counselor will also introduce you to the variety of child care options and offer guidance on how to begin the process of finding a child care provider, or preschool program, that’s right for your family.

Service Address: 8711 MacArthur Blvd, Portable B
Oakland, California, 94605

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Debby Alvarez
    Phone: 510-658-7353
    Extension: 112
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Choosing Child Care at Room to Bloom Family Resource Center- Se habla español

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: This workshop is designed to assist families in accessing child care resources. We will talk about subsidized or low-cost child care programs that help pay for or reduce child care costs for families who qualify. Our knowledgeable counselor will also introduce you to the variety of child care options and offer guidance on how to begin the process of finding a child care provider, or preschool program, that’s right for your family.

Service Address: 8711 MacArthur Blvd, Portable B
Oakland, California, 94605

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Debby Alvarez
    Phone: 510-658-7353
    Extension: 112
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Hawthorne Family Resource Center

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: East Bay Agency for Children

Description: East Bay Agency for Children operates a student and family support service program that is designed to (1) remove barriers to students’ learning and (2) help families receive resources and support. The center's dual-language (English/Spanish) programs provide support for literacy and social-emotional skills to help prepare low-literacy Mam (Indigenous Guatemalan)and Latino children and their families for Kindergarten.

Service Address: 1700 28th Avenue
Oakland , CA, 94601

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Allison Delgado
    Title: Program Director
    Phone: 510-534-2170
    Extension: 102
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Rainbow Family Night

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Our Family Coalition

Description: Expand your circle of LGBTQ parents/caregivers, swap parenting tips, and explore concerns shared by all parents as well as those of special interest to our families. Help your kids build lasting friendships with other children growing up with LGBTQ parents/caregivers. Your kids will have a great time – keep your infants with you while all other kids get a chance to play in the Habitot Children's Museum.

Service Address: 2065 Kittredge Street
Berkeley , CA, 94704

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Yusni Bakar
    Title: Family Programs Co-Manager
    Phone: 4159811960
    Fax: 4159811960
    Address: 1385 Mission St., Ste. 340 San Francisco, California 94103
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Family Paths Parenting Education in Spanish (Oakland)

Last Updated: February/21/2019

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
  • Name: Kim San Gabriel
    Title: Family Support Program Coordinator
    Phone: 510-893-9230
    Extension: 238
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way Oakland, California 94612
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Shelter Services and Community Outreach

Last Updated: February/21/2019

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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Watch Wait & Wonder

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: CSUEB Community Counseling Center

Description: Infant(6 months-5 years) led psychotherapeutic approach that specifically and directly uses the infant's spontaneous activity in a free play format to enhance maternal/ paternal sensitivity and responsiveness, the child's sense of self and self-efficacy, emotion regulation, and the child-parent attachment relationship.

Service Address: California State University East Bay, 25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard
Hayward, California, 94542

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: CSUEB Community Counseling Center
    Phone: (510) 885-3007
    Email: counselingcenter@csueastbay.edu
    Address: 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd. Hayward, Ca 94542
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Family Resource Center

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Habitot Children's Museum

Description: Habitot maintains an 800-volume collection of parenting resources, as well as handouts on a variety of parenting and child-rearing topics. The library is a distribution site for First 5 kits as well as Sesame Street's Incarcerated Families kits. Monthly parenting magazines and announcements for upcoming family events are available. The Library is available to the public with admission.

Service Address: 2065 Kittredge St
Berkeley, CA, 94704

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Habitot Children's Museum
    Phone: 510-647-1111 x16
    Email: parented@habitot.org
    Address: 2065 Kittredge St. Berkeley, CA 94704
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Counseling and Outreach Services

Last Updated: February/21/2019

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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Tri-Valley Haven Food Pantry

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Tri-Valley Haven for Women

Description: Tri-Valley Haven Food Pantry distributes free groceries to low-income Tri-Valley residents. As part of the Alameda County Community Food Bank, the pantry is authorized to distribute USDA and county emergency food. We also rely on local grocery stores, community donation drives, and individual donors to meet the needs of our clients. Food Pantry Hours are Monday - Wednesday 1PM - 5PM, Thursdays from 1PM - 7PM, and Fridays from 12PM - 4PM. Call the Haven's Food Pantry for more information at (925) 449-1664.

Service Address: 418 Junction Avenue
Livermore, California, 94551

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Tri-Valley Haven for Women
    Phone: 925-449-2510
    Fax: 925-667-2110
    Address: 3663 Pacific Avenue Livermore, CA 94550
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EBCLC Public Benefits Self-Help Clinic

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: East Bay Community Law Center

Description: EBCLC's Public Benefits Clinic provides consultations and advice regarding public benefits for low-income residents of Alameda County. We help with all types of public benefits issues, including eligibility or benefit amount questions, reduction or termination of benefits, overpayments, sanctions, domestic violence waivers, and more. We DO NOT provide representation.

Service Address: 2921 Adeline Street
Berkeley, CA, 94703

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: East Bay Community Law Center Services
    Phone: 510-548-4040
    Address: 2921 Adeline St Berkeley, CA 94703
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PVO Parent Participation Program

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Parent Voices Oakland

Description: Parent Voices Oakland (PVO) believes parents are the experts who hold the power to create systemic change. PVO's unique approach to developing parent leadership supports parents to effectively engage with policy makers and partner with like-minded organizations in creating systemic changes to legislative policies at the local, county and state levels. Parent Leaders choose to join Parent Voices Oakland to sustain the organization for a low monthly fee of $5. Some parents arrange work-in-lieu of payment to become sustainers. Benefits of membership include access to special family events, advising our decision bodies, receiving regular policy updates, access to family friendly events, and numerous other benefits. Activities include: Parent Powered Grassroots Campaigns, Leadership Academy, Stand for Children, and CalWorks Advisory Committee.

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave.
Oakland, CA, 94618

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  • Agency Name: Parent Voices Oakland
    Phone: 510-338-3049
    Address: 5232 Claremont Ave. Oakland, CA 94618
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Family Paths Parenting Education (San Leandro)

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

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
  • Name: Kim San Gabriel
    Title: Family Support Program Coordinator
    Phone: 510-893-9230
    Extension: 238
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way Oakland, California 94612
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Alameda County Clean Slate Clinic

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: East Bay Community Law Center

Description: Joint Walk-In Clinics with Alameda County Public Defender's Office and East Bay Community Law Center held Tuesdays 2-4pm in Hayward and Thursdays 9-11am in Oakland.

Service Address: See flyer for locations
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  • Agency Name: East Bay Community Law Center
    Phone: 510-548-4040
    Address: 2921 Adeline Street Berkeley, CA 94703
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Hiring a Nanny 101

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: If you're thinking of hiring a nanny, then this is the workshop for you! At this event, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network will discuss the details of being an employer, including your rights and responsibilities. By offering a variety of resources such as tips for hiring and interviewing, establishing wages and a work agreement, how to ensure a fair and safe workplace, and the laws surrounding nanny employment, the network will set you up with all the tools you need. They'll also offer ideas on how to create a positive, long-term relationship with your employee. You will have a chance to talk about your own experiences, ask questions, and share concerns.

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Hiring a Nanny 101

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: If you're thinking of hiring a nanny, then this is the workshop for you! At this event, Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network will discuss the details of being an employer, including your rights and responsibilities. By offering a variety of resources such as tips for hiring and interviewing, establishing wages and a work agreement, how to ensure a fair and safe workplace, and the laws surrounding nanny employment, the network will set you up with all the tools you need. They'll also offer ideas on how to create a positive, long-term relationship with your employee. You will have a chance to talk about your own experiences, ask questions, and share concerns.

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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WDDC Children's Program

Last Updated: February/21/2019

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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Choosing Infant Care

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Finding child care for your infant or toddler is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. BANANAS is here to help! We will discuss the various types of child care options available for your family. Whether it’s a family child care home, center, nanny, or trusted family or friend that you select, this workshop will guide you in choosing the provider that makes the best sense for your family and your child. We will also cover how to screen and interview potential providers. Thu, Jan 17 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Choosing Infant Care

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Finding child care for your infant or toddler is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. BANANAS is here to help! We will discuss the various types of child care options available for your family. Whether it’s a family child care home, center, nanny, or trusted family or friend that you select, this workshop will guide you in choosing the provider that makes the best sense for your family and your child. We will also cover how to screen and interview potential providers. Thu, Jan 17 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Women's Daytime Drop In Center

Last Updated: February/21/2019

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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Women's Daytime Drop In Center Housing Programs

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Last Updated: February/21/2019

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

Description: Housing programs are available to eligible women and children. Shelter Plus Care: The Shelter Plus Care program provides long term rental assistance and case management for homeless persons with disabilities. Housing Stabilization: The WDDC’s Housing Stabilization Program provides up to 18 months of rental subsidy for families. Housing Retention: The Housing Retention Program provides grants to eligible Berkeley residents facing eviction. These grants allow individuals and families to pay overdue rent to maintain their housing.

Service Address: 2218 Acton Street
Berkeley, CA , 94702

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Housing Cas Manager
    Phone: 510-548-2884
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Choosing Infant Care

Last Updated: February/21/2019

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Finding child care for your infant or toddler is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. BANANAS is here to help! We will discuss the various types of child care options available for your family. Whether it’s a family child care home, center, nanny, or trusted family or friend that you select, this workshop will guide you in choosing the provider that makes the best sense for your family and your child. We will also cover how to screen and interview potential providers. Thu, Jan 17 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Service Address: 5232, Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Twin by the Bay Club (Membership)

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Last Updated: February/11/2019

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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San Leandro Family Resource Center

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Last Updated: February/8/2019

Agency Name: East Bay Agency for Children

Description: EBAC’s family resource center in San Leandro serves the families in the San Leandro Unified School District, this family resource center provides the gateway to connect children and their families with health insurance and other social services vital to supporting student health and educational success. EBAC works with district, city, and county personnel as well as other community based organizations to coordinate provision of the following services to families on campuses throughout the school district: Healthcare insurance enrollment and retention (Medi-Cal;Kaiser Health Care Plan); Case Management; Application Assistance: Food Stamps, CalWorks, Social Security, In Home Support Services, etc. Information and referrals for child support, child care, housing, mental health services, etc. Assistance with school enrollment Translation and interpretation

Service Address: 2251 Bancroft Ave.
San Leandro , CA , 94579

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Allison Delgado
    Title: Program Director
    Phone: 510-534-2170
    Extension: 102
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Public Health Nursing

Last Updated: February/8/2019

Agency Name: Fremont Family Resource Center

Description: Public Health Nursing provides nurses to assess the health status and provide health education, case management, counseling, outreach, and referral services for the individuals, families, and community groups. Specific populations include high-risk pregnant and parenting women, infants, and children, people with or exposed to communicable diseases, and the elderly.

Service Address: 39155 Liberty St. Ste. D470
Fremont , CA , 94538

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Nurse of the Day N/A
    Phone: 510-795-2409
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Oakland: Support Groups & Informational Meetings

Last Updated: February/8/2019

Agency Name: Mujeres Unidas y Activas

Description: Topics of meetings range from a support group format to informational workshops on mental health, stress, domestic violence, childhood development, community issues and larger political issues, as well as open topics that allow participants to share their own stories and experiences. Child care provided.

Service Address: 2783 E. 12th Street
Oakland , CA , 94601

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Maria Carrillo
    Phone: 510-261-3398
    Extension: 252
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Native Parent Resource Center

Last Updated: February/8/2019

Agency Name: Intertribal Friendship House

Description: The resource center is available to parents who identify as Native American (no one will be turned away) with young children. We offer child development support, early literacy activities, peer coaching, parent support, and helping families with resources to connect with services. We offer cultural programs, dance, drumming, family activities & events

Service Address: 523 International Blvd
Oakland , CA , 94606

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Carol Wahpepah
    Title: Executive Director
    Phone: 510-836-1955
    Address: 523 International Blvd Oakland, ca 94606
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La Familia Youth and Family Opportunities

Last Updated: February/6/2019

Agency Name: La Familia Counseling Service

Description: The Youth and Family Opportunity (YFO) Program provides services to develop place-based, integrated systems of services, support services, and opportunities to serve youth and families. YFO increases access to health and wellness services for low-income and uninsured children and their families in Alameda County by offering prevention services, provided at the Fuller Neighborhood Resource Center and Glad Tidings Church as well as other locations, based on need. We offer free on-site community classes/workshops, such as English as a Second Language (ESL), Zumba, yoga/meditation, diabetes classes, as well as workshops and training on other specialized topics.

Service Address: 27745 Tyrrell Ave.
Hayward , CA , 94541

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Laura De Ramos
    Phone: 510-785-8872
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Kindergym PlayDays with Dawn for Under 3s

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Last Updated: February/6/2019

Agency Name: Kindergym PlayDays with Dawn for Under 3s

Description: FREE! Donations gratefully accepted Come together with other families and your Under 3 little ones to play, support and connect! We are Foster/Adopt, LBGTQ, differently-abled, solo carers, refugees and many others. All are welcome!! We meet at 327 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, near the Grand Lake Theater on SUNDAYS once a month. Please join us on our monthly Sundays, from 3:30-5. Check our website for dates. Come join us in our 36th year in our large, fun-filled space for jumping, climbing, ball pit, slides, music, stories, snack, parachute, bubbles, community building and so much more!! Free parking too! Google: "Kindergym with Dawn"; or www.tbaoakland.org/kindergym for more info on classes

Service Address: 327 MacArthur Blvd
Oakland, CA, 94610

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: dawn margolin
    Title: Director
    Phone: 5105477726
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Healthy Relationships Domestic Violence Support Group

Last Updated: February/6/2019

Agency Name: Building Futures with Women and Children

Description: Come and share your stories in a supportive, non-judgmental environment. Listen to others and find comfort in knowing, you are not alone. Learn about unhealthy relationships, and what healthy relationships look like. This is a safe and confidential place to share your stories and connect with others, while benefiting from education and discussion.

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Jessica at Building Futures
    Phone: 510-357-0205 x207
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Hayward: Support Groups & Informational Meetings

Last Updated: February/6/2019

Agency Name: Mujeres Unidas y Activas

Description: *** Please call for location information *** Topics of meetings range from a support group format to informational workshops on mental health, stress, domestic violence, childhood development, community issues and larger political issues, as well as open topics that allow participants to share their own stories and experiences. Child Care Provided.

Service Address: 2783 E12th Street
Oakland, CA , 94601

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Maria Carrillo
    Phone: 510-261-3398
    Extension: 252
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Family Support Services

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Last Updated: February/6/2019

Agency Name: Fremont Family Resource Center

Description: The Family Support Services program offers support to families facing stressful or challenging life situations. A professional social worker or counselor can assist you in getting through difficult life situations. Services are available to Tri-City residents and free to those with qualifying incomes. A Family Support Coordinator will work with you and your family to develop an action plan based on your goals. You will receive information about options, tools, and access to resources needed to resolve or stabilize the situation.

Service Address: 39155 Liberty Street, A110
Fremont , CA , 94537

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Fremont Family Resource Center
    Phone: 510-574-2000
    Fax: 5105742001
    Address: 39155 Liberty Street Fremont , CA 94537
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FAMILY PATHS PARENT SUPPORT & RESOURCE HOTLINE: 1-800-829-3777

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Last Updated: February/6/2019

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, 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
  • Name: Kim San Gabriel
    Title: Family Support Program Coordinator
    Phone: 510-893-9230
    Extension: 238
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way Oakland, California 94612
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Drop In Support Group (English)

Last Updated: February/6/2019

Agency Name: Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments

Description: If you are experiencing intimate partner abuse or have been abused in the past, you may be feeling depressed and frustrated. Your self-esteem may be low and you may also feel isolated from family, friends, and your community. Please know that you are not alone — SAVE is here to help. Our free Drop-In Support Group can help you gain perspective, connect with other survivors, and improve your self-image. SAVE’s support groups meet two times per week in the Group Healing Room. Please be on time as latecomers interrupt the flow of the conversation and will therefore not be allowed entry. For information, directions or immediate support please call our 24-Hour Hotline (510) 794-6055, or The Empowerment Center at SAVE at (510) 574-2250.

Service Address: 1900 Mowry Ave, Suite 201
Fremont , CA, 94538

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments
    Phone: (510) 574-2250
    Fax: (510)574-2252
    Email: kateh@save-dv.org
    Address: 1900 Mowry Ave., Ste. 201 Fremont, CA 94538
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Daytime Support Group for New and Expectant Parents of Multiples

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Last Updated: February/6/2019

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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Resilient Parenting for Bereaved Families

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Last Updated: February/4/2019

Agency Name: East Bay Agency for Children

Description: The program is a ten-session group for those who are parenting children who have experienced the death of their parent. The program is designed to help you meet the needs of your parentally-bereaved child(ren) while also dealing with your own feelings of grief.

Service Address: 21455 Birch Street
Hayward, CA, 94541

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Claudia Arce
    Title: Sr. Program Coordinator
    Phone: (510) 531-7551
    Extension: 3195
    Address: 2540 Charleston Street Oakland, CA 94602
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Breast Friends Mommy Group

Last Updated: February/4/2019

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: 7450 International Blvd
Oakland, CA, 94621

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Brandi Gates
    Phone: 510-372-3026
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Alameda Connections (FSP 0-8 Wraparound)

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Last Updated: February/4/2019

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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Respite Service Program

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Last Updated: February/1/2019

Agency Name: Friends of Children with Special Needs

Description: The Respite Service Program trains parents/caregivers/guardians to provide care, supervision, and love to the disabled. If the caregiver needs to take a break, FCSN can send qualified workers to their homes to care for the disabled consumer (child or adult). We ensure that the consumer is supervised, assisted with self-care tasks as needed, and participates in his/her choice of activities at home.

Service Address: 2300 Peralta Blvd.
Fremont, CA, 94536

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Kelly Ko
    Title: Enrichment Program Manager
    Phone: 510-739-6900
    Extension: 3319
    Address: 2300 Peralta Blvd. Fremont, California 94536
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Breast Friends Mommy Group

Last Updated: January/29/2019

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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Family Health Line Toll Free Phone Line 888-604-4636

Last Updated: January/25/2019

Agency Name: Family Health Line

Description: The Family Health Line is a toll-free information and referral line. It offers an extensive database of health care and other health related services for children and families in Alameda County. Families can receive information on: -High quality, accurate information and referrals for health care and other support services -Affordable, quality medical care -Information and referrals for parenting families, pregnant women and children -Health-related services Phone contact available from anywhere in the county at 888-604-4636, 8:30a.m. - 5p.m. Monday-Friday.

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Colleen Payne
    Title: CHDP Manager
    Phone: 510-618-2056
    Address: 1000 San Leandro Blvd San Leandro, CA
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Daughters Without Dads

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Last Updated: January/3/2019

Agency Name: Lotus Bloom Family Resource Center

Description: From Tragedy to Triumph an 8-10 week curriculum program designed for families for victims of violent crime in unexpected loss due to gun violence or other sudden crisis.

Service Address: 8711 MacArthur Blvd, Portable B
Oakland, CA, 94605

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Carla Jasso
    Title: Site Director
    Phone: 5107359222
    Address: 1640 22nd Ave Portable 31 Oakland, California 94606
  • Name: Danielle Royston
    Title: Operations Analyst
    Phone: 510-735-9222
    Address: 555 19th St. Unit 131 Oakland, CA 94612
  • Name: Cassandra Hughes
    Title: Founder
    Phone: 5105005981
    Address: 8711 MacArthur Blvd, Portable B Oakland, CA 94605
  • Name: Cassandra Hughes
    Title: Founder
    Phone: 510-500-5981
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Spirited Child (6-Part Series)

Last Updated: December/19/2018

Agency Name: Bananas Inc.

Description: Spirited Child (6-Part Series) Are you the parent of a child who is strong-minded and has intense feelings, endless energy, gets easily frustrated, or is very shy? Would you like to learn parenting tools that work with your child’s personality and stage of development? Rebecah Freeling is a child behavior expert and has 20 years of experience in early care and education. She will share ways to deal with tantrums, aggression, shyness, and challenging behaviors often displayed by spirited children. Wed, Jan 23 & 30 | 7 pm - 9 pm Wed, Feb 6, 13, 20, & 27 | 7 pm - 9 pm

Service Address: 5232 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Judy Kriege
    Phone: 510-658-7353
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Toddler Class

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Last Updated: December/4/2018

Agency Name: Center for Early Intervention on Deafness

Description: Provides a small group morning class for children ages 18 to 36 months with a creative hands-on learning experience, combining structured activities and free play driven by a developmentally-based thematic curriculum. The emphasis of this class is to help young children acquire age-appropriate skills in socialization, communication, and other areas of physical and cognitive development.

Service Address: 1035 Grayson St
Berkeley, CA , 94710

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Cindy Dickeson
    Title: Executive Director
    Phone: 510-848-4800
    Extension: 301
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Parent Sign Class

Last Updated: December/4/2018

Agency Name: Center for Early Intervention on Deafness

Description: Parent education sign class open to all parents, caregivers and service providers who work with children ages 0-5 who are deaf or hard-of-hearing or who have special needs and who live in Alameda County. You will learn Signing Exact English vocabulary. Opportunities to sign songs, stories and build conversational skills! Interact with other parents and caregivers for a fun, supportive atmosphere. SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS: The first Tuesday of each month, from 10:30-11:30am we offer a Parent Support Group led by psychologist Dr. Peggy Kelly. The third Tuesday of each month from 9:30-10:30am we offer Parent Education on speech, language, and auditory development led by Speech and Language Therapists Carol Lettko, CCC-SLP, and Jennifer Wayman, CCC-SLP. Transportation is available for Alameda County residents. Interpreters also available upon request.

Service Address: 1035 Grayson Street
Berkeley, CA, 94710

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  • Agency Name: Center for Early Intervention on Deafness
    Phone: 510-848-4800
    Fax: 510-848-4801
    Email: info@ceid.org
    Address: 1035 Grayson Street Berkeley, CA 94710
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ACOE Infant & Family Support Program in Dublin

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Last Updated: November/1/2018

Agency Name: Alameda County Office of Education

Description: Relationship-based early intervention services provided to infants and toddlers with disabilities and developmental delays, and their families. Infant Development Specialists collaborate with care providers in their homes, communities, and/or child care settings to support development and positive relationship development. We also offer a weekly community play group and various community outings. Participation is voluntary and free of charge.

Service Address: 7500 Amarillo Rd.
Dublin, CA, 94568

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Joelle Boismenu
    Title: Early Intervention Teacher
    Phone: (925) 833-6926
    Fax: (925) 875-1586
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ACOE Infant & Family Support Program in Oakland

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Last Updated: November/1/2018

Agency Name: Alameda County Office of Education

Description: Relationship-based early intervention services provided to infants and toddlers with disabilities and developmental delays, and their families. Infant Development Specialists collaborate with care providers in their homes, communities, and/or child care settings to support development and positive relationship development. We also offer a weekly play group and community outings. Participation is voluntary and free of charge to eligible Alameda County residents.

Service Address: 3550 64th Avenue
Oakland, CA, 94605

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Jenaver Goodman
    Title: Early Intervention Teacher
    Phone: (510) 729-7769
    Fax: (510) 729-7770
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Infant & Family Support Program

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Last Updated: November/1/2018

Agency Name: Alameda County Office of Education

Description: We provide regular visits to infants and toddlers identified with developmental delays in Alameda County. We also host weekly playgroups at our four regional sites in Oakland, Berkeley, Hayward and Dublin. We host community outings and parent education sessions throughout the year.

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Intake Phone Line
    Phone: 510-723-3857
    Extension: 34302
  • Name: Joelle Boismenu Tri-Valley Region Teacher
    Phone: 925-833-6926
  • Name: Jenaver Goodman ,Oakland Region Teacher
    Phone: 510-729-7769
  • Name: Adrienne Canales ,South County Region Teacher
    Phone: 510-723-3857
    Extension: 34306
  • Name: Shannon Rinzler , Berkeley Region Teacher
    Phone: 510-459-7981
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Lit Bag

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Last Updated: November/1/2018

Agency Name: Literacy Lab

Description: This program brings high quality books, activity prompts and journals in 30 take home bags for participating classrooms. The bags go home with the students each week to supplement and encourage daily reading habits.

Service Address: 120 Linden St.
Oakland, California - CA, 94607

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Jethro Rice
    Phone: 510-250-2537
    Address: 120A Linden St. Oakland, CA 94607
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Early Intervention- Autism Services

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Last Updated: November/1/2018

Agency Name: Behavioral Intervention Association

Description: BIA provides early intervention services to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Services are delivered in-home and are individualized with particular emphasis in the development of play and communications skills. 1:1 Daily Home-Based Therapy with weekly supervision. Highly Experienced, Trained and Motivated Personnel, Playful & Creative Learning Opportunities.

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Deanne Detmers
    Title: Executive Director
    Phone: 510-652-7445
    Extension: 15
    Fax: 510-652-9288
    Address: 2354 Powell Street, Ste. A Emeryville, CA 94608
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ACOE Infant & Family Support Program in Hayward

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Last Updated: October/2/2018

Agency Name: Alameda County Office of Education

Description: Relationship-based early intervention services provided to infants and toddlers with disabilities and developmental delays, and their families. Infant Development Specialists collaborate with care providers in their homes, communities, and/or child care settings to support development and positive relationship development. We also offer a weekly play group, monthly parent-to-parent support groups, and quarterly community outings. Participation is voluntary and free of charge.

Service Address: 24823 Soto Rd.
Hayward, CA, 94544

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Adrienne Canales
    Title: Early Intervention Teacher
    Phone: (510) 723-3857
    Extension: 34306
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Room To Bloom Playgroup

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Last Updated: September/4/2018

Agency Name: Lotus Bloom Family Resource Center

Description: Parent-child program to foster bonding, attachment, social and motor development. Schedule includes free play, art, a light snack, circle and puzzle time. Includes monthly story time with a librarian from Oakland Public Library, and monthly Little Science classes. Open to parents and caregivers with children 0-5. Drop-ins welcomed.

Service Address: 8711 MacArthur Blvd, behind parking lot Portable B
Oakland, CA, 94605

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Carla Jasso
    Title: Site Director
    Phone: 5107359222
    Address: 1640 22nd Ave Portable 31 Oakland, California 94606
  • Name: Kira Lewis
    Title: Program Director
    Phone: 510-735-9222
    Address: 555 19th Street, Suite 131 Oakland, California 94612
  • Name: Danielle Royston
    Title: Operations Analyst
    Phone: 510-735-9222
    Address: 555 19th St. Unit 131 Oakland, CA 94612
  • Name: Cassandra Hughes
    Title: Founder
    Phone: 5105005981
    Address: 8711 MacArthur Blvd, Portable B Oakland, CA 94605
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Lotus Bloom Multicultural Playgroup

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Last Updated: September/4/2018

Agency Name: Lotus Bloom Family Resource Center

Description: Parent-child program to foster bonding, attachment, social and motor development. Schedule includes free play, art, a light snack, circle and puzzle time. Includes drumming, dance and movement. Open to parents and caregivers with children under 48 months.

Service Address: 555 19th Street, Unit 131
Oakland, CA, 94612

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Marcie Paez Meadows
    Phone: 510 735-9222
  • Name: Carla Jasso
    Title: Site Director
    Phone: 5107359222
    Address: 1640 22nd Ave Portable 31 Oakland, California 94606
  • Name: Danielle Royston
    Title: Operations Analyst
    Phone: 510-735-9222
    Address: 555 19th St. Unit 131 Oakland, CA 94612
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Psychotherapy

Last Updated: July/2/2018

Agency Name: Ann Martin Center

Description: Our Psychotherapy services help children, adolescents, and adults develop confidence, strengthen social and communication skills, and better cope with emotional, interpersonal, and behavioral challenges. The approach relies on establishing safe, trusting relationships where communication is a basic tool for clarifying and understanding personal experiences, hopes, needs, wishes, and worries.

Service Address: 1375 55th Street
Emeryville, CA, 94608

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Byanka Fontes
    Title: Intake Coordinator
    Phone: 510-665-7880
    Extension: 369
    Address: 1375 55th street Emeryville , ca 94608
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FAMILY PATHS FOSTER PARENT ADVICE LINE: 1-888-580-3725

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Last Updated: June/19/2018

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
  • Name: Kim San Gabriel
    Title: Family Support Program Coordinator
    Phone: 510-893-9230
    Extension: 238
    Address: 1727 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way Oakland, California 94612
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Bay Area Parent Leadership Action Network (PLAN)

Last Updated: June/1/2018

Agency Name: Bay Area Parent Leadership Action Network (PLAN)

Description: PLAN engages parents through training, organizing and campaigns. Our trainings give parents the tools they need to be active in their child’s learning, our organizing connects families who are transforming schools, and our parent-led campaigns challenge and change systems that aren’t working for our kids. Programs: • Parents Ready for School • Plan to Lead • Summer Parent Leadership Academy • LEAP-Leaders Engaged for Active Parents

Service Address: 7700 Edgewater Drive, Suite 130
Oakland , CA , 94621

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Monica Green
    Title: Program Director
    Phone: (510) 919-1322
    Address: 7200 Bancroft Avenue, Suite 269 Oakland, California 94605
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Play To Learn

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Last Updated: May/2/2018

Agency Name: Livermore Area Recreation and Park District Preschool Programs

Description: In this new class, parents/caregivers of children between the ages of 3 and 4 years will enjoy a variety of activities with their child such as art, music, cooking and storytelling focusing on PLAY as a tool for learning the necessary skills for school. As a part of this program parents and caregivers will find new ideas and activities to enjoy with their children, enjoy informative adult conversation and learn about the different resources available in the community through workshops.

Service Address: 6850 Rincon Ave
Livermore, CA, 94550

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Preschool Office
    Phone: 925-960-2486
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Family Resource Navigators-Parent Support-Drop in hours

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Last Updated: March/26/2018

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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Sparkpoint (Eastmont Town Center)

Last Updated: March/16/2018

Agency Name: Sparkpoint Oakland

Description: Sparkpoint provides career development and financial coaching to help individuals become stable and thrive. We help people improve their credit, reduce debt, learn to budget and save, and reach their goals. We also provide guidance for those looking for work and training to find a career, not just a job. SparkPoint Oakland can help you with: • Child Education Fund • Computer Literacy • Finding a Job/Career • Food Assistance • Free Tax Preparation • Getting Job Training • Healthcare Enrollment • Housing and Tenant Information • Improving Credit • Learning to Budget • Learning to Save • Opening a Bank Account • Public Benefits • Reducing Debt • Resume and Interview Preparation • Starting a Business

Service Address: 7200 Bancroft Ave, Suite 124
Oakland , CA , 94605

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Family Resource Center "The Hub"

Last Updated: March/13/2018

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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Hayward Unified School District Tennyson Teen Parent Program

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Last Updated: March/7/2018

Agency Name: Hayward Unified School District

Description: Operates on the campus at Tennyson High School. In addition to childcare, the program offers personal counseling, career guidance, instruction in child development, life skills and teen case management. Teen parent must be enrolled in HUSD and working towards graduation or GED with infant ages 6 weeks to 5

Service Address: 27035 Whitman Street
Hayward, CA, 94544

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Jennifer Cambra
    Title: Site Supervisor
    Phone: 5107233190
    Extension: 63155
    Address: Tennyson High School, 27035 Whitman Street Hayward, CA 94544
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Community Counseling Clinic - Cal State East Bay

Last Updated: March/5/2018

Agency Name: CSUEB Community Counseling Center

Description: We are a Marriage and Family Therapy training facility offering counseling services to the Bay Area community at no cost. We have worked with individuals, couples and families for over 40 years.

Service Address: Room 260, A&E Building, 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA, 94542

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: CSUEB Community Counseling Center
    Phone: (510) 885-3007
    Email: counselingcenter@csueastbay.edu
    Address: 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd. Hayward, Ca 94542
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Project Homeless Connect

Last Updated: January/12/2018

Agency Name: Project Homeless Connect

Description: A one-stop shop for homeless services in Berkeley and Oakland. •MEDICAL CARE: Acute medical care + referrals for chronic medical and psychological care + same day dental services. •SAME DAY SERVICES: Winter clothing, hygiene kits, nutrition packages, haircuts, massage, hot lunch, live music. •SIGN-UPS: For General Assistance (GA), Medi-Cal, Food Stamps. •EMPLOYMENT: Jobs and job training. Other employment opportunities. •SUPERIOR COURT HOMELESS & CARING COURT: Informational meeting •CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES: Develop an individual care plan. •WINTER SHELTER: Sign-ups and transportation to Oakland Army Base. •HOUSING: Transitional and permanent housing referrals + drug and alcohol treatment programs. •DISABLED CARE: Wheelchair repair + Center for Independent Living All services are free of charge. For more information: Contact Mike Church at (510) 238-6590

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Mike Church
    Phone: 5102386590
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Help Me Grow Call 1-888-510-1211

Last Updated: January/8/2018

Agency Name: Help Me Grow

Description: Every day, your child is growing and learning. The most important time for a child’s development is the first 5 years of life. If you have questions or concerns about your child’s development, learning or behavior, it’s important to act early. Getting help early is one of the best things you can do to help ensure your child reaches their best development.

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Help Me Grow
    Phone: 1-888-510-1211
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Family Engagement Workshops

Last Updated: December/1/2017

Agency Name: Literacy Lab

Description: Our Family & Educator Workshop program educates, supports, and activates parents, childcare providers, service providers, and teachers on the critical importance of being involved in a child’s early learning and how to implement strategies that foster a child’s literacy, language, and overall development. We believe that when parents, caregivers, and supporters get activated, children are ready to learn and ready for school and communities get stronger. This program is designed to reach a child’s “first teacher”–their parents and caregivers as well as service providers and teachers.

Service Address: 120A Linden St.
Oakland, CA, 94607

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Jethro Rice
    Phone: 510-250-2537
    Address: 120A Linden St. Oakland, CA 94607
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Family Support Services

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Last Updated: November/7/2017

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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City of Berkeley Black Infant Health

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Last Updated: November/6/2017

Agency Name: City of Berkeley Black Infant Health Program

Description: Are you an African-American woman? Are you pregnant or recently gave birth? Berkeley Black Infant Health is here to support you with FREE Workshops on: cultural heritage and empowerment; healthy pregnancy, labor, and delivery; nurturing ourselves and our babies; prenatal, postnatal, and newborn care; stress management & self-care; healthy relationships; and celebrating our families. Additional services are available upon enrollment. Call: 510-981-5110

Service Address: 1900 Sixth Street
Berkeley , CA , 94710

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Sandra Hunter
    Phone: 510-981-5110
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Oral Health Program

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Last Updated: September/5/2017

Agency Name: Center for the Vulnerable Child

Description: Program provides oral health education workshops to parents and caregivers across Alameda county. The oral health program also connects families with dental care and helps covers cost for dental services for those who qualify.

Service Address: 5275 Claremont Ave
Oakland, California, 94618

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Cecilia Dagnino
    Title: Health Education Coordinator
    Phone: 510-701-9064
    Address: 5275 Claremont Ave Oakland, California 94618
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Alternative Payment Program

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Last Updated: August/1/2017

Agency Name: Davis Street Community Center Incorporated

Description: The Davis Street Family Resource Center administers an Alternative Payment Program, which is a parental choice child care voucher program for eligible families with children age 0 thru 12, who are living in the Eden area (San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Castro Valley, Ashland, and Berkeley/Albany area). Family eligibility is based on income and need. Families are entitled to choose either traditional or non-traditional services (including evening and weekend care) in their choice of childcare environment, including center-based care, family day care homes and license exempt care.

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

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Trish Murillo
    Title: APP Manager
    Phone: 510 347 4620
    Extension: 167
    Fax: 510 483 4486
    Address: 3081 Teagarden Street San Leandro, CA 94577
  • Name: Alice Bedinger
    Title: Children's Services Director
    Phone: 510 347 4620
    Extension: 103
    Fax: 510 483 4486
    Address: 3081 Teagarden Street San Leandro, Ca. 94577
  • Name: Tracy Tran
    Title: Childrens Services Fiscal Manager
    Phone: 5103474620
    Extension: 127
    Fax: 5104834486
    Address: 3081 Teagarden Street San Leandro, Ca 94577
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Trainings on Gender and Children

Last Updated: August/1/2017

Agency Name: Gender Spectrum

Description: Gender Spectrum provides education, training and support to help create a gender sensitive and inclusive environment for all children and teens. In a simple, straightforward manner, we provide consultation, training and events designed to help families, educators, professionals, and organizations understand and address the concepts of gender identity and expression. Our accessible, practical approach is based on research and experience, enabling our clients to gain a deeper understanding of gender all along the spectrum. We present an overview of how society currently defines gender and how these restrictive definitions can be detrimental to those who do not fit neatly into these categories. We then help you identify and remove the obstacles so all are free to be our authentic selves.

Service Address: We do online trainings and go to schools or agency sites for trainings.
San Leandro, CA, 94577

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Gender Spectrum
    Phone: 510-788-4412
    Email: info@genderspectrum.org
    Address: 1271 Washington Avenue #834 San Leandro, CA 94577
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Gender Spectrum Parent/Caregiver Support Groups

Last Updated: August/1/2017

Agency Name: Gender Spectrum

Description: Gender Spectrum provides education, training and support to help create a gender sensitive and inclusive environment for all children and teens. We run support groups for parent and caregivers raising transgender, non-binary or otherwise gender-expansive youth. We have a monthly in -person group in the Bay Area, a national online/call-in support group, and a Spanish language call-in support group.

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Gender Spectrum
    Phone: 510-788-4412
    Email: info@genderspectrum.org
    Address: 1271 Washington Avenue #834 San Leandro, CA 94577
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Salvation Army Assistance Program

Last Updated: July/26/2017

Agency Name: Salvation Army

Description: The Salvation Army offers an extensive number of emergency assistance programs and services for Alameda County and Oakland residents. The non-profit tries to meet needs of all types, including basic financial needs, physical issues, mental challenges, financial issues, and they provide extensive social support and spirituality. Some examples of the social services administered are below. Utility bill assistance is for those faced with a financial hardship. The Salvation Army utility assistance program can offer emergency relief for those who are experiencing a crisis in Oakland California and who cannot pay their monthly energy bills. A qualifying individual or family can be assisted with preventing service interruption of their power. They also work closely with programs offered by utility companies such as PG&E. Food Pantry distributions are held in many Alameda County Corps on a monthly, weekly, or biweekly basis. Meals and groceries are usually passed out to senior citizens or the working poor in the region. The food provided serves as emergency assistance and it sustains health to those who could not otherwise afford it and would go without. Other social services are available. Some of these so called miscellaneous services include free food, furniture, clothing, and prescription medication assistance. Services are limited, and are only offered if funding is available.

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Salvation Army
    Phone: 510-581-6444
    Address: 430 \"A\" Street Hayward , CA 94541
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Davis Street Child Development Centers

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Last Updated: March/8/2017

Agency Name: Davis Street Community Center Incorporated

Description: Subsidized and full fee center based programs for children 2.9 mos. - kindergarten entrance. School age care at Roosevelt, Garfield and Jefferson sites.

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Alice Bedinger
    Title: Children's Services Director
    Phone: 510 347 4620
    Extension: 103
    Fax: 510 483 4486
    Address: 3081 Teagarden Street San Leandro, Ca. 94577
  • Name: Amy Chappelle
    Title: Associate Program Director
    Phone: 510 347 4620
    Extension: 231
    Fax: 510 483 4486
    Address: 3081 Teagarden Street San Leandro, CA 94577
  • Name: Tracy Tran
    Title: Childrens Services Fiscal Manager
    Phone: 5103474620
    Extension: 127
    Fax: 5104834486
    Address: 3081 Teagarden Street San Leandro, Ca 94577
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EBCLC Immigration Services

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Last Updated: February/21/2017

Agency Name: East Bay Community Law Center

Description: EBCLC’s Immigration Program provides a full-range of free legal services to low-income immigrants on a wide range of immigration issues with a focus on the most vulnerable populations—people with disabilities and chronic illness, members of the LGBTQ community, youth, and existing EBCLC clients struggling with other legal issues. Immigration attorneys and advocates represent and counsel immigrants in matters including: -Adjustment of status -Consular processing -DACA -Deportation defense -Immigration effects of criminal convictions -Naturalization -Political asylum -Public benefits eligibility -Special Immigrant Juvenile Status -T visas for victims of trafficking -U visas for victims of crime -Waivers EBCLC’s Immigration attorneys represent clients before the Asylum Office, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services, and Immigration Court, and on appeal before the Board of Immigration Appeals. The cases accepted for representation are dictated by the unmet needs of the community.

Service Address: 2921 Adeline St
Berkeley, CA, 94703

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  • Name: East Bay Community Law Center Services
    Phone: 510-548-4040
    Address: 2921 Adeline St Berkeley, CA 94703
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Parent-Child Interactive Playgroup

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Last Updated: January/3/2017

Agency Name: Our Family Coalition

Description: Expand your circle of LGBTQ parents/caregivers, swap parenting tips, and explore concerns shared by all parents as well as those of special interest to our families. Help your kids build lasting friendships with other children growing up with LGBTQ parents/caregivers. Structured circle time, story time, and music time.

Service Address: 970 Grace St.
Oakland, CA, 94608

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Yusni Bakar
    Title: Family Programs Co-Manager
    Phone: 4159811960
    Fax: 4159811960
    Address: 1385 Mission St., Ste. 340 San Francisco, California 94103
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Living Arts Counseling Center

Last Updated: September/28/2016

Agency Name: Living Arts Counseling Center

Description: Living Arts Counseling Center provides adult, child, family and couples therapy services. In addition to traditional talk and play therapy, we specialize in Expressive Arts Therapy and Drama Therapy. Using the arts, nonverbal techniques, and action methods in addition to talk and play therapy creates a richer, deeper, and often more efficient counseling experience with children and adults alike. Our clinicians specialize in issues ranging from domestic violence and trauma to eating disorders, grief, and ADHD. Call us to be matched with the right therapist for you, your family, or your child.

Service Address: 1265 65th Street
Emeryville, CA, 94608

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Living Arts Counseling Center
    Phone: (510) 595-5500 x40
    Email: nadia@livingartscenter.org
    Address: 1265 65th Street Emeryville, CA 94608
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Systematic Training for Effective Parenting Classes

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Last Updated: June/28/2016

Agency Name: CSUEB Community Counseling Center

Description: Parent education and support program for families with children 0-5 years •One 7-week group consisting of 1.5 hour long sessions each week (Discipline using natural and logical consequences, clear and encouraging communication, Democratic principles in parenting: mutual respect) •Facilitation and Clinical Team conducted by Marriage and Family Therapy Trainees supervised by Licensed /Clinical Faculty

Service Address: California State University East Bay, 25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard
Hayward, California, 94542

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  • Agency Name: CSUEB Community Counseling Center
    Phone: (510) 885-3007
    Email: counselingcenter@csueastbay.edu
    Address: 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd. Hayward, Ca 94542
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Brighter Beginnings: Teen Family Support

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Last Updated: June/20/2016

Agency Name: Brighter Beginnings

Description: At Brighter Beginnings, we provide programs to help pregnant and parenting teens learn to care for themselves and their babies, while also supporting the teen parents’ need to continue their education, and planning for jobs and self-sufficiency.

Service Address: 2648 International Blvd.
Oakland , CA, 94601

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  • Agency Name: Brighter Beginnings
    Phone: 510-903-7527
    Fax: 510-437-8953
    Email: sschueling@brighter-beginnings.org
    Address: 2595 International Blvd. Oakland, CA 94601
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Brighter Beginnings: Early Head Start

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Last Updated: June/20/2016

Agency Name: Brighter Beginnings

Description: Brighter Beginnings’ Early Head Start program (EHS) is a community-based family strengthening program for families with children aged 0 to 3 and expecting families. Its mission is to promote positive birth outcomes, enhance child development and promote healthy family relationships

Service Address: 2595 International Blvd.
Oakland, Ca, 94601

Program Contact(s):

  • Agency Name: Brighter Beginnings
    Phone: 510-903-7527
    Fax: 510-437-8953
    Email: sschueling@brighter-beginnings.org
    Address: 2595 International Blvd. Oakland, CA 94601
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Circle of Care Grief and Illness Support Services

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Last Updated: May/6/2016

Agency Name: East Bay Agency for Children

Description: Circle of Care - East Bay Agency for Children assists children and families who are coping with grief and illness in their lives. Free or low cost peer support groups and individual counseling services are available for children and families who are facing the life threatening illness or death of a family member. We are one of the very few programs in the country devoted exclusively to the needs of children and families who are experiencing illness or death of a loved one. Fees are set on a moderate sliding scale, and no one is turned away for inability to pay. Families referred to Circle of Care should call directly (510) 531-7551 x3195. We will conduct a short telephone intake when they call and connect them with appropriate services and or referrals.

Service Address: 2540 Charleston Street
Oakland, CA, 94602

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Alinya Charron
    Title: Program Director
    Phone: 510-531-7551
    Extension: 3109
    Address: 2540 Charleston Street Oakland, CA 94602
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Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment

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Last Updated: March/31/2016

Agency Name: East Bay Community Recovery Project

Description: EPSDT is a full scope Medi-Cal program that provides professional support services for: -Mental health issues -Related substance abuse issues -Acting out -Anti-social peer relationships -Legal problems -School problems Our agency provides individual and family therapy to at-risk children and youth up to age 21 who are struggling with mental health issues. We collaborate with family members and key professional to customize care to the individual. Referrals can be made by parents, guardians, juvenile probation officers, and social workers.

Service Address: 22971 Sutro Street
Hayward, CA, 94541

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  • Agency Name: East Bay Community Recovery Project
    Phone: 510-728-8600 Ext. 128
    Fax: (510) 728-8605
    Email: epsdt@ebcrp.org
    Address: 22971 Sutro Street Hayward, CA 94541
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MOMS Program

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Last Updated: March/28/2016

Agency Name: Centerforce

Description: Case management for pregnant and parenting mothers in Santa Rita jail during incarceration and up to 18 months after release, Uses an integrated early childhood mental health and child development perspective.

Service Address: 2955 Kerner Blvd., 2nd Floor
San Rafael , Ca, 94901

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Dolores Lyles
    Title: Program Manager: Moms Program
    Phone: (415) 456-9980
    Fax: 925-803-7198
    Address: 1904 Franklin Street, Suite 418 Oakland, CA 94612
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Strong Families Home Visiting Project

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Last Updated: March/2/2016

Agency Name: Native American Health Center

Description: Strong Families is a home visiting program providing services to pregnant and parenting families with Native children under the age of three in Alameda County. The program facilitates the healing and growth of safe, loving, and strong American Indian and Alaskan Native families. Strong Families supports families in accessing healthcare services, having a healthy pregnancy, learning about infant care, and getting linked to community resources.

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Annie Lowe
    Phone: 510-434-5321
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El Cafecito (Spanish DV Support Group)

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Last Updated: October/28/2015

Agency Name: Alameda County Family Justice Center

Description: “El Cafecito” is a women’s support group for self-improvement. This group is aimed at all those who would like to learn about personal improvement, stress management and the upbringing of children. It is a 12 session program in which mothers learn of different and interesting topics as self-esteem and strengthening relationships with a spouse and/or children.

Service Address: 470 27th Street
Oakland, CA, 94612

Program Contact(s):

  • Name: Patricia N/A
    Phone: 510-267-8806
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Early Head Start Expansion

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Last Updated: October/20/2014

Agency Name: The Unity Council

Description: We offer child development and parental support services at a public school for pregnant and parenting teens. Our prental 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 play groups.

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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