Alameda County Linkages Collaboration
A two-year program providing housing subsidies/support services to families, living in apartments/houses scattered throughout the community, while a … Read More
Betty moved into the Les Marquis Shelter unemployed. She immediately started applying for jobs and quickly started working at the Front Porch, a newspaper subscription agency, in Hayward. … Read More
We have a variety of ways for individuals and groups to become involved at FESCO. We have long-term and short-term individual volunteer opportunities. Families and students can also get … Read More
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Bedding (new), including pillows, blankets & sheet … Read More
2-1-1 provides free and confidential information and referral. Call 2-1-1 for help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more. Click here for the 211 website: http://www.211alamedacounty.org
FESCO, making a difference since day one. In its founding documents in 1986, special emphasis was placed on keeping families together during their period of homelessness. Thus, in addition to serving single mothers with children, FESCO serves single fathers, two-parent families with children, and teenage males as part of a family group. FESCO remains the only Shelter in Southern Alameda County that serves families in all of these configurations.