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Member Organizations

Alliance Partners Direct Services

Located throughout Alameda County, click below to get more information on services each organization provides free of charge.

Counseling and Therapy | Case Management | Early Childhood developmental screening | Information and Referral | Parent Education | Youth Programs

Abode

Ending Homelessness By Putting Housing First

Abode Services

Housing | Case Management| Developmental Screenings

About

Abode Services’ mission is to end homelessness by assisting low-income, un-housed people, including those with special needs, to secure stable, supportive housing; and to be advocates for the removal of the causes of homelessness. CAPIT funded services include child and family enrichment activities, parent education/cafes, home visits (PSH only), child developmental assessments, and providing resources and linkages to services to support the families in our emergency shelter and PSH sites.

Contact Information

Please contact 2-1-1 for a Coordinated Entry Assessment

Visit: 211 Bay Area

Bananas

A Place for Parents and Child Care Professionals

BANANAS Parent and Child Care resource

Parent Education| Coaching

About

Partnering with families and childcare providers to raise happy, confident children. 1-1 Parent coaching. Parent education workshops and events. Warm Line referrals.

Contact Information

Calico Center

Serving Vulnerable Children Today

Calico

Forensic Interviewing

About

CALICO achieves justice and healing for abused children. CALICO provides forensic interviewing and family support services for children involved in investigations of child abuse allegations. 

Contact Information

Get help page with other links to other resources ( can receive direct serivces if lost loved one to homicide in Oakland)

Catholic Charities of East Bay

Catholic Charities of East Bay

Catholic Charities East Bay

Counseling and Therapy

About

Catholic Charities East Bay works with youth, children, and families to promote resilience, strengthen families, and pursue safety and justice. Catholic Charities’ Crisis Response Services program addresses and impacts the problem of child abuse and neglect by providing specific services designed to increase family stability through case management and linkages to safety net services and increase parent mental wellness and attunement to children’s needs. Currently, the program focuses on family stability for families who have experienced a violent death.

Contact Information

If you have lost a loved one to homicide in Oakland

Please Contact 510-823-7516  
jthompson@cceb.org

Visit: Catholic Charities East Bay

East Bay Agency for Children

Transformational Programs

East Bay Agency for Children

Case Management

About

East Bay Agency for Children improves the well-being of children, youth and families by reducing the impact of trauma and social inequities. EBAC’s five Family Resource Centers, located in Oakland, San Leandro, Hayward, and Fremont, help connect Alameda County families to critical medical and dental services, food sources, housing, and more; understand their child’s development and needs; and strengthen social connections. Resource Specialists speak 11 languages providing families – including immigrants and refugees – trauma-informed, culturally welcoming support. Additional services include case management and family education.

Contact Information

Allison Delgado
Program Director
510-844-6752

AllisonD@ebac.org

Family Paths

Strengthening Family Relationships

Family-Paths

Counseling and Therapy

About

Family Paths has served the mental health needs of children and families in Alameda County since 1972, and offers services that include a 24-hour Parenting Stress Helpline (1-800-829-3777), Positive Parenting classes and Father-specific programming, CalWORKs Case Management, CalWORKs employment support, group therapy for mothers who have experienced abuse and trauma in their past, and counseling for children, adolescents, parents, and families.

Contact Information

Families can call our Parenting Stress Helpline 1-800-829-3777 to enroll in any Family Path’s programming.

Family Support Services

Keeping Families Healthy and Intact

FA

Case Management

About

Our mission is to nurture children, youth, and caregivers to keep families healthy and intact. Family Preservation Program – Intensive home-based services to San Francisco and Alameda County families whose children are at imminent risk of removal from their homes.

Contact Information

Oakland Office:

303 Hegenberger, Suite 400,
Oakland, CA 94621
Phone: (510)834-2443
Respite Direct Line: (510) 834-4766
Fax: (510) 834-1548
Email: info@fssba.org

San Francisco Office:

205 13th Street, Suite 3150
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415) 861-4060

First Place for Youth

Building Brighter Futures for 20 years

Parent Education | Case Management

About

The mission of First Place is to help foster youth build the skills they need to make a successful transition to self-sufficiency and responsible adulthood. First Place for Youth has expanded our Healthy Transitions Project for Parents to include a 12-week Baby Bonding curriculum so that all program staff can meet the distinct needs of the young parents in our programs—helping them accomplish their education and employment goals while navigating new roles as parents. The curriculum includes an interactive youth workbook designed to provide instruction and parenting guidance both while in our program and after exiting.

Contact Information

426 17th Street, Oakland, CA 94612

Phone: 510.272.0979

La Clinica

A California Health + Center

Counseling and Therapy | Parent Education

About

The mission of La Clínica is to improve the quality of life of the diverse communities we serve by providing culturally appropriate, high quality, and accessible health care for all. La Clínica provides the following Child abuse prevention and treatment services: hands on parenting education, parent leadership and support, and psychotherapy for adults and children.

Contact Information

Please call 510-535-6200

La Familia

Providing Services for 40 years

Case Management | Parent Education | Youth Programs

About

La Familia’s FESCO housing programs provides transitional housing and emergency shelter to low/extremely low income families in Alameda County. Participants receive wraparound services including housing assistance, case management, life skills/parenting education support, employment training and job search assistance, counseling services, children’s activities, and linkages to benefits and mainstream resources.

Contact Information

For emergency shelter Les Marquis (510) 581-3223

For general information (510) 886-5473

Ruby’s Place

Everyone Deserves to Feel Safe

Youth Programs | Case Management

About

Our mission at Ruby’s Place is cultivating a space for growth for victims and survivors of human trafficking and domestic abuse by providing the support and resources they need to move forward with strength, resilience, and hope. The Children’s Program at RP strives to provide safe haven for those children who are at high risk for abuse. The program addresses and impacts the problem of child abuse and neglect by providing for safety and material needs while supporting the family with knowledge, support, strategies that will address pre-existing abuse or prevent future abuse. RP offers several services in support of child abuse prevention that intersect with the five Protective factors identified; Parent Resilience, Social Connections, Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development, Social and Emotional Competence in Children, and Concrete Supports in Times of Need.

Contact Information

Families may contact Ruby’s Place directly at 888-339-7233
or via email info@rubysplace.org.

Information is available at our website: https://www.rubysplace.org/

UCSF

Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland

UCSF Children's Hospital -Benioff

Mental Health | Family Therapy

About

The Center for Child Protection’s mission is to care for maltreated children and their families, and to work actively to decrease the prevalence, recurrence and escalation of child maltreatment and family violence within an environment of respect and sensitivity. Trauma-focused psychotherapy services to children and youth impacted by child abuse and/or exposure to violence.

Contact Information
Center for Child Protection
747 52nd Street
Oakland  CA  94609
510-428-3742

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