- Alameda County HCSA is seeking proposals for permanent housing units for people experiencing homelessness. The County has $20 million available for annual operating support for projects that set-aside units for people who are homeless.
- OHCC is hiring a Youth Services Program Specialist. Find out more about the position and how to apply here.
- VOICES Youth Programs is hiring Peer Navigators to help connect young people experiencing homelessness with services and resources. Read more about the position and how to apply here.
- EveryOne Home is seeking youth/ young adults who have experienced homelessness in the past year in Alameda County to participate in a paid interview about their experiences seeking services. More info can be found here.
- Winter 2022 – Spring 2023 shelter and warming center resources
- COVID-19 Vaccine Information for People Experiencing Homelessness
- Directory of nonprofit groups serving people experiencing homelessness that are seeking donations or volunteer help.
- CityServe of the Tri-Valley has a wish list of items that are critically needed for homeless outreach teams and for residents experiencing homelessness.
- Do you have an Alameda County housing unit to lease?
We are seeking property owners/housing providers — like you — who can help local residents who need a home. Program benefits include:
- Guaranteed on-time monthly payments from a nonprofit organization
- Financial incentives
- Support to help property owners with any tenant issues and resident support services available for tenants
For more information, contact us today!
ACHomes@acgov.org | 510-777-2100
The Office of Homeless Care and Coordination (OHCC) works to build a robust, integrated, and coordinated system for housing and homelessness services and acts as the County’s point of contact on homelessness strategic planning and program development. OHCC works to improve health and housing outcomes among people experiencing homelessness, working within HCSA and with other County agencies and departments, cities, community-based organizations, and other partners. OHCC oversees Coordinated Entry and Housing Services for the County’s homelessness response system. Health Care for the Homeless (HCH), which sits in OHCC, is a federally-designated health center program offering medical, mental health, dental, optometry, pharmacy, and case management services that are directly provided by staff, and through contracted provider organizations including Alameda Health System and other Federally Qualified Health Centers.