• ResourcesCommunity Resources

    Tri-City Health Center provides a variety of health education, healthcare, and social services to everyone, without regard to financial position, ethnicity, language, culture, sexual orientation or any other criteria. 

    Washington On Wheels Mobile Health Clinic (W.O.W. Van) is a mobile medical unit providing quality health care services primarily to uninsured and underserved District residents.

    Fremont Family-Resource-Center FRC is a welcoming place where families and individuals are provided quality services to build on their own strengths to help themselves. Services range from mental health counseling, CalFresh (food stamps), vocational services, coordinated case management, and financial counseling.

    Asthma Start Program works with families of children with asthma by providing in-home case management services. The Asthma Start team provides education and support, and develops an action plan to assist families in controlling their children’s asthma.

    Family Resource Specialists in this multilingual and multicultural program help local families access the support services available such as health insurance enrollment, translation and interpretation, child care information and referrals, and case management. 

    Alameda Health Systems provides family and pediatric services such as physical exams, immunizations, hearing and vision screenings, and nutritional counseling. Sliding scale discounts are available for eligible low-income patients.

    Child Care Links assists parents seeking child care by providing referrals and information on available child care options in the Fremont area.

    Regional Center of the East Bay supports persons with developmental disabilities and their families with the tools needed to achieve lives of quality and satisfaction, and builds partnerships that result in inclusive communities.