Provides a variety of homeless specific support services on a drop-in basis to homeless individuals, mentally ill individuals and families. Services include case management, food, showers, limited clothing, and information and referrals to substance abuse treatment, employment training, housing counseling, transportation, and health care The center is a one-stop service center designed to coordinate a variety of services and provide accessibility for homeless or mental health individual and families. FERST is a collaborative between Anka Behavioral Health and Contra Costa County Health Services. Service centers are also located in Antioch and San Pablo.
1506 Mendocino Dr Concord, CA 94521 (925) 685-8052
Provides Short Term Residential Care For Children Whose Families Are In Stress Or Crisis. Purpose Is To Prevent Abuse Or Neglect Of Children. Provides Food, Clothing And Care In A Homelike Environment. Service Is Free, Voluntary And Confidential. Minimum Stay Is 24 Hours. Maximum Stay Depends On Time Needed To Resolve The Crisis. Depending On Age Of Child, Offers Care In One Of Two Settings: Nursery Serves Children Age Birth To 5. Located At 1506 Mendocino Drive, Concord. Wheelchair Accessible. Also Offers Monthly Respite Care For Families Who Have Utilized The Nursery When In Crisis. Dahlstrom House Serves Children Age 6-11. Located At 4086 Tulare Drive, Concord. Not Wheelchair Accessible At This Time. Develops Action Plan With Parents To Resolve Or Alleviate The Crisis Or Stress. Provides Referrals To Services And Offers Resources As Available. Parents Must Work Their Plan In Order To Continue To Use Bacn Services. Parents Are Required To Contact Children By Phone Or In Person Every Other Day. Clients Who Speak Only Languages Other Than English Must Provide Their Own Translator.
24 Hours Daily
Parent Or Legal Guardian Of Child Age Birth To 11, In Stress Or Crisis.
Parent or legal guardian must call by phone to set up admission.
2815 Contra Costa Blvd Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 (925) 439-5060
Provides free services including crisis management, information and referral, food pantry and clothing to eligible families. Offers employment opportunities and on-the-job-training to the hard-to-employ and those experiencing employment barriers (unskilled, formerly incarcerated, substance abusers, etc.). Thrift stores located in Pleasant Hill and Pittsburg provide training and employment for those who lack work experience or skills Donations only accepted at Pleasant Hill locations.
Provide friendship and emotional support, free pregnancy testing, maternity and baby clothing, diapers and wipes, information and referrals to help with legal, medical, financial, and housing needs. Offers baby clothing up to size 18 months. All Birthright services are free, confidential, and available to any woman regardless of age, race, creed, economic or marital status.
Monday and Tuesday 10-4:30pm; Wednesday: 10-2pm; Thursday, 11-2pm; Friday, 10-1pm; hours subject to change, call in advance
1924 Trinity Ave Walnut Creek, CA 94596 (925) 935-8446
Provides a respite and service center for adult working poor and/or homeless in the Walnut Creek area. Provides meals, food pantry, phones for job and housing search, showers, a washer and dryer, case management, advocacy and assistance in accessing county, state and federal benefits, including disability and worker's comp.
Tuesday & Thursday, 10-6. Breakfast served 10-12, lunch at 2. Food Pantry open 3-5.
Provides a variety of homeless specific support services on a drop-in basis to homeless individuals, mentally ill individuals and families. Services include case management, food, showers, limited clothing, and information and referrals to substance abuse treatment, employment training, housing counseling, transportation, and health care The center is a one-stop service center designed to coordinate a variety of services and provide accessibility for homeless individuals and families. FERST is a collaborative between Anka Behavioral Health and Contra Costa County Health Services. Service centers are also located in Concord and San Pablo.
Provides a variety of services for homeless individuals/families including needs assessments and referrals to community services, drug/alcohol recovery groups, showers and hygiene supplies, voice mail and phone use, and lockers for storage. Also provides emergency shelter and transitional shelters for single mothers with children (boy must be less 12) and two parent families. For shelter placement/availability, call the Berkeley Shelter Bed Hotline, 1-866-960-2132 between 12 and 4; if the beds are full, call at 7 to see if there are any cancellations/no-shows. Offers Rapid Housing Workshop the 3rd and 4th Thursday and Friday of every month. The workshop is for individuals living in Alameda County or willing/interested in moving to Alameda County. See service description for specific eligibility.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 8-4; 3rd and 4th Thursday, Friday: Rapid Housing Workshop, Drop-in Center closed; Saturday, Sunday, 8:30am-3pm
6955 Foothill Blvd Oakland, CA 94605 (510) 577-1900
Provides Protection For, And Manages The Assets Of Those Who Are Who Legally Declared Unable To Manage Their Own Personal And Financial Affairs Due To Being Gravely Disabled (mentally Or Physically). Lps Conservatorship Involves Appointment Of A Conservator To Manage The Personal And Financial Affairs Of An Adult Who Is Gravely Disabled Due To A Mental Disorder. For Lps Intake, Call 510-577-1928. Probate Conservatorship Involves Appointment Of A Conservator To Manage The Personal And/or Financial Affairs Of An Adult Who Is Incapable Of Doing So Due To Poor Health, Dementia Or Other Disabling Conditions. In Order To Qualify For A Probate Conservator Under The Public Guardian's Office, There Must Be Assets Other Than Monthly Income That Could Not Otherwise Be Managed By A Non-court Appointed Representative Payee. For Probate Conservatorship Intake, Call 510-577-3585. Requires Statement Signed By A Physician Confirming Qualifying Disability.
Monday-friday, 8:30-5; Language Line Service
Those Unable To Provide For Their Basic Needs (food, Clothing, Shelter) And/or Manage Their Own Financial Resources (including Ability To Resist Fraud Or Undue Influence) Due To Mental Disability, Poor Health, Dementia Or Other Disabling Condition. Requires Statement Signed By A Physician Confirming Qualifying Disability.
By phone for application to be mailed. Referral may be made by hospital administrator, social worker, or any knowledgeable relative or friend who can provide the facts which may warrant a conservatorship. Hospital referral necessary from treating psychiatrist for conservator under the LPS/Probate Conservatorship Laws.
5316 Telegraph Ave Oakland, CA 94609 (510) 658-4457
Offers Emergency Food, As Well As Clothing And Personal Care Items. Provides Food Packages Containing Three Days Of Food. Operates Food Pantry, Requiring Referral From The Alameda County Department Of Social Services Or Based On Income Screening. accepts Donations Of Personal Care Items Such As Soap, Deodorant And Toothpaste, Nonperishable Food, Produce, Books, Formula, Diapers, Clothing. Items Must Be Clean And Serviceable. Agency Prefers Donations To Be Dropped Off. Volunteers Urgently Needed.