Resources

Call 2-1-1 logo. Tagline says: Help Starts Here

If you are looking for housing or services, please call 2-1-1.

211 Connects Bay Area residents with health and human service programs in their local community. Resources inlcude:
  • Basic Needs – Food, clothing, rent assistance, emergency shelter
  • Physical and Mental health – Crisis intervention, counseling, children’s health insurance
  • Employment Assistance -Job search help, unemployment benefits, education programs
  • Seniors Support – Adult Day Care, meals, transportation
  • Volunteer Opportunities, Disaster Recovery, Free Tax Prep, Holiday Help, Summer Lunch Programs
Call 211 or visit the website www.211alamedacounty.org.

News Archive

Alameda County Moves to Ease Homelessness in Unincorporated Areas

The Alameda County Board of Supervisors approved a plan to spend $10.5 million over the next three years to reduce homelessness and serve homeless residents in the County's unincorporated areas. Press Release...

Alameda County to Spend $340 Million to Fight Homelessness

Alameda County will spend $340 million to tackle its growing homelessness crisis over the next three years. News Article...

Alameda County Acts to Curb Homelessness as Winter Approaches

To address a growing homelessness problem, Alameda County is launching several initiatives to provide emergency shelter and bolster a wide range of support services to prevent homelessness and assist people struggling to survive without proper places to live.  Press release...

Alameda County Approves FY 2018-19 Budget

The Alameda County Board of Supervisors approves final budget for FY 2018-19 that addresses key challenges including homelessness and scarcity of affordable housing. Press release...

Board Approves $1.4 Million in Immediate Impact Grants to Cities

The Alameda County Board of Supervisors approves $1.4 million in Unsheltered Homeless Immediate Impact grants for the City Partnership program. Board letter...

Board Creates $1.9 Million Homelessness Immediate Impact Fund

The Alameda County Board of Supervisors designates $1.9 million in one-time prior year funds as the Alameda County Homelessness Immediate Impact Fund. Board letter....