Family Resource Centers

 

East Bay Agency for Children’s family five resource centers connect families to vital public benefits and safety net services including:

Case Management
  • Connect families to services (family wellness screenings including domestic violence, housing, immigration, childcare, child support, employment, mental health services, and other basic needs services)

 

Food Resources
  • Assist families in applying for CalFresh
  • Offer food distribution including emergency food supplies

 

Application Assistance
  • Assist families in applying for Medi-Cal, CalFresh, school enrollment, free and reduced school lunch, and other public benefits to which they are entitled

 

Parent Workshops
  • School readiness, nutrition, parenting and other areas of need and interest

 

Child School Support
  • Connecting with teachers, support with IEP process

EBAC Family Resource Centers may also provide translation and interpretation services for a non-English speakers.

 

Our family resource centers are located in accessible locations throughout Alameda County.

 

Central Family Resource Center - more info...
Serves Oakland Unified School District families
Lakeshore Campus at 746 Grand Avenue, Oakland CA  94610

 

Fremont Health Start - more info...
Serves families in the City of Fremont
43030 Newport Drive, Fremont, CA 94538

Additional location:
Fremont Family Resource Center
39155 Liberty Street # A110, Fremont, CA 94538-1513

 

Hawthorne Family Resource Center - more info...
Serves families in Oakland’s Fruitvale district
1700 28th Avenue, Oakland, CA 94601

 

Hayward Family Resource Center - more info...
Serves Hayward Unified School District families
Hayward Hub, 24823 Soto Road, Hayward, CA 94544

 

San Leandro Family Resource Center - more info...
Serves San Leandro Unified School District families
Barbara Lee Center for Health and Wellness, 2251 Bancroft Avenue, San Leandro, CA 94578

 

Frick Family Wellness Center - more info...
Serves Frick United School of Language families and the surrounding east Oakland community
2845 64th Avenue, Oakland, CA 94605

 

For more information about any of our family resource centers, contact:
Rachell Overall, Associate Program Director
(510) 225-8302
rachell.overall@ebac.org

 

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