Prevention & Intervention ServicesThere are a variety of prevention and intervention services provided to students at each school site to foster a healthy and safe lifestyle and to encourage academic achievement. To learn more about what your school site has to offer students, please contact the site administrator or counselor. For information on the array of services offered for Fremont students and families please visit the links below.
HEALTH INSURANCE UPDATEIt is now the law that everyone needs to have health insurance.Below you will find a fact sheet about Covered CA and eligibility for financial assistance to pay the premiums, and a fact sheet about Open Enrollment.
ARE YOU IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE ENROLLING IN COVERED CALIFORNIA?For individuals or families who would like assistance enrolling in Covered CA, there is help available through Fremont Healthy Start (located on the Grimmer Elementary campus), the Fremont Family Resource Center, Tri-City Health Center, as well as through many private insurance agents. Consumers can also call Covered CA directly. Please click on the following links for additional information.DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO IS IN NEED OF HOMELESS ASSISTANCE?There is a new CalWORKS pilot program to help homeless families receiving CalWORKS. For more information, please click here.Fremont Family Resource CenterThe Fremont Family Resource Center (FRC) is a welcoming place where families and individuals are nurtured, encouraged, and provided quality services to build on their own strengths to help themselves and others. Below, you will find additional information and a list of resources to help support student and family needs.
Fremont Family Resource Center (FRC) List of Service Providers (updated 10/23/17)A referral to the Fremont Family Resource Center can be made by a student, parent, school site representative, service provider, or student/parent advocate. To make a referral, please click on the link below:
If you need assistance making a referral to the Fremont Family Resource Center, please email Student Support Services at Sss@fremont.k12.ca.us or contact Student Support Services at 510-657-2350Do you need to make a referral but are not sure where to start? Dial "211" orvisit 2-1-1 Alameda County.Eden I&R is a nonprofit agency committed to linking Alameda County families and individuals to the full range of community resources available to them. Eden I&R is well known as THE source of information and referrals to health, housing and human services in Alameda County.Hotlines for Students and Parents
- Youth Crisis Line (24/7): (800) 843-5200
- Crisis Support Services (24/7): (800) 309-2131
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7): (800) 273-8255
- Youth Line (teenagers answer calls 4-8:00 pm weekdays): (888) 977-3399
- Northern California Family Center (Runaway and Homeless): (925) 370-1900 x2
- National Domestic Violence Hotline/Child Abuse (24/7): (800) 422-4453
- National Teen Dating Abuse: (866) 331-9474
- Parental Stress (24/7): (510) 893-5444
- Bay Area Women Against Rape—Alameda Co.: (510) 845-7273
- SF Drug Info & Referral (24/7): (415) 362-3400
- Narcotics Hotline: (925) 685-4357
Last Modified on October 23, 2017