One of the Core Service Centers that acts as a safety net by providing human services programs for residents of the San Mateo County coast.Provides services including food boxes, rental assistance, housing support, casework, referral to other agencies, diapers, baby wipes and formulas, bus passes, utility payment assistance, the Family Harvest Program, and assistance with a variety of other needs. Also offers Calfresh application.
Resident of area served.
San Mateo County
School Supplies, Baby Items
Telegraph Community Center
5316 Telegraph Ave Oakland, CA 94609 (510) 961-4385
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.
Emergency Or Low-income.
Apply in person.
Volunteer Opportunities, School Supplies, Clothing, Baby Items
A Nonprofit, Nonsectarian Corporation Organized To Promote, Support And Advocate Social And Human Services To Any Person Who Is In Immediate Need. This Mission Is Accomplished By A Variety Of Programs, Including Emergency Food And Clothing Distribution, Referrals To Other Agencies, Special Programs That Address Current Community Needs And Holiday Programs At Thanksgiving And Christmas. Must Be A Resident Of Fremont, Newark Or Union City To Receive Services.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 12-4
Volunteer Opportunities, Clothing, Baby Items
Homeless Prenatal Program
2500 18th St San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 546-6756
Case/Care Management for Women and Pregnant Women and At Risk Families and Homeless Individuals, Child Passenger Safety Seats for Homeless Individuals and Low Income and Pregnant Women and Mothers, Computer and Related Technology Classes for Women and Pregnant Women and Homeless Individuals, Computers for Pregnant Women and Women, English as a Second Language for Women and Pregnant Women and Homeless Individuals, In Person Crisis Intervention for Women and Pregnant Women and At Risk Families and Homeless Individuals, Job Training Formats for Women and Pregnant Women and Homeless Individuals, Occasional Emergency Food Assistance for Families, Parenting/Family Support Groups for Spanish Community and Women and Pregnant Women and At Risk Families and Homeless Individuals, Prenatal Care, Public Internet Access Sites for Women and Pregnant Women and Low Income, Support Groups for Women and Pregnant Women and At Risk Families and Homeless Individuals, Wellness Programs for Women and Pregnant Women and Homeless Individuals
Monday-Friday, 9-5; (Closed 1st Friday of each month and every Tuesday from 9-1);
Low income or homeless families with children (under 17 years old) and pregnant women