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Fremont Family Resources

Here are just some of the many wonderful resources that we have in our area. If you see any information on this page is no longer correct, please let Ms. Ayriss know. She'll update it as needed.

In addition to local resources listed below, please check out this list of family and youth resources as well. 

Fremont families struggling with finding permanent housing may request some help to keep your child in school.  Click on this link to see our district's information on how you can request some help to keep your child in school.  Information is kept confidential.  


Fremont Family Resource Center has tons of services for families.  Be sure to click on all the different program links since the title of the program is not enough information to find out what that program actually does for families.  Here's the main link with the programs listed.  

If you or your family need counseling as you go through a difficult process and you want to see someone outside of American High, Fremont Youth and Family Resources has qualified staff to help. If your family needs crisis intervention or family support, this is the place for that too. There are a number of services available at this one place in Fremont. Call them and they will gladly talk to you and your family about what they can do. The sliding scale fees make it all affordable too.

Parents, if parenting your youth is a challenge, consider enrolling in a Parent Education Workshop Series called Tools for Change Parent Workshops that are held about two times a year.    Many parents who have had extreme difficulty with their child have learned effective prevention and intervention techniques to help their children make better choices.  This local series is only 4 weeks. It's targeted at adolescents - grades 7-12.   Right now it is only offered in English, but they are working to get it in Spanish as well.  Another program in Alameda County is Parent Project.  Check it out at .  In addition, a local agency in Hayward also has parenting classes:

Check Out or call 511 To Find Out How to Get Somewhere on Public Transportation:  You can call or use the internet. To call, simply dial 511. From there, you will be directed to an operator who will tell you exactly what public transportation (bus, Bart or even train) you take to get there and when you need to get to the bus stop. The system will even tell you what time you will arrive at your destination. Another good resource for drivers is to use Google Maps for driving directions.

211 Hotline for Alameda County. It's like a 411 information line for family and community resources in the community. This is the info line for all kinds of low-cost or free health and social services. Simply dial 211 on your phone to reach the help line to receive information on
Affordable housing
After-School programs
Tenants' rights assistance
Emergency shelters
Hot meals and food programs
Rental and utility assistance
Services for battered women
And more!

Have pen and paper handy when calling


Alameda County Social Services helping families in need in many ways. Take a look.  

Job Hunting Help from the "One-Stop-Shop" for Youth and Adults.  Let the folks at the Job Development and Career Center for Alameda County help you find a job. Job searching is not easy. Need support? Get some help here. Don't forget to tell your family that this center services people of all working ages.

The Tri-City Youth Clinic is available for you to visit to obtain basic health service and is very affordable if not free. When you call, it will ring for a long time before they pick up. Don't give up. You can contact the teen clinic directly at 510 770 8131. They take appointments during the open hours. Currently, it is open M-Th 11:00 am -7:00 pm and 8:00 -5:00 on Fri and Sat. This clinic is open to ages 14-25 only. You can get reproductive organs health services here. The patient/youth has to make their own appointment and their goal is to keep it all confidential. Ask them about their confidentiality policy when you call.  

Washington On Wheels:  The Washington On Wheels Mobile Health Clinic (W.O.W.) is a mobile medical unit providing quality health care services primarily to uninsured and underserved District residents. For more information on the mobile clinic schedule or to make an appointment, please call (510) 608-3203

Fremont Unified has a family resources website on their page with family and student resources.


FUSS for Schools, a non-profit program in Fremont to help meet the needs of students and parents in our community. 

Mental and Emotional Health Seminars

Student Stress Committee

Seeking affordable housing?  Currently homeless?  Abode Services may be able to help.  

Experiencing domestic violence in your home?  Wondering if you might be in an abusive relationship? Want a more peaceful relationship with your partner?   The SAVE Program can help you and your family.


Crisis Support Services in Alameda County has several programs for youth and for families, including group therapy, grief counseling, crisis hotline available 24 hours a day, youth-oriented text chat line and more. 

This list is to assist you in finding the right counseling referral for you child and your family

If you have private health insurance:  Call the number on your insurance card for mental health / behavioral health care services.  Through this number, you will be given referrals to counselors.


If you have full-scope Medi-Cal Insurance:  You don't pay a copay for appointments at Fremont Youth and Family Services.  If they cannot meet the family needs, they will give additional referrals.


Don't have Insurance?  Having trouble accessing counseling services through your health insurance?  Contact these agencies 

Hume Center of Fremont

Connections of Fremont

Multilingual Counseling Services of Newark

Youth and Family Services of Fremont

Two referral services that you can use

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

Psychology Today Therapist Referral Service