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Mobile Health   --   Alameda Health System


Weblink: http://www.achch.org/mobile-health.html

Mobile Health provides urgent care, brief social work assessments, and referrals to community resources while visiting shelters, meal programs, and other accessible locations in the community. Staff from Alameda Health System and Health Care for the Homeless include a medical provider, medical assistant, social worker, registration clerk, and van driver who work together to provide friendly and accessible care to those who need it most, as well as linkages to ongoing primary care at Alameda Health System or other community clinics.Services are provided free of charge to people experiencing homelessness on a first-come-first-served basis. ​


San Leandro Community Church 1395 Bancroft Ave., San Leandro--Open to all
Monthly on the fourth Wednesday, 9:30am – 12:30pm

National Homelessness  Directory --   Tuck, incorporated *

PO Box 61293 Seattle, WA 98141-6293



Weblink:  https://www.tuck.com/sleeping-homeless/


Homelessness is an incredibly prevalent issue in the US with over 500,000 people going without shelter every night. This has devastating effects on public health and my team at Tuck Sleep has created a portal to help increase awareness and help those affected by homelessness. 

Our portal contains a complete directory of all emergency shelters in the US, organized by state, with contact information (phone, web and address) as well as all of the services they offer plus a curated compilation of national and online resources for those affected by homelessness looking for help. We also put together an overall study on homelessness in the US today.


*This web site is shared here for its informational database on Homelessness Issues. This is not meant as an endorsement of their for profit commercial ventures.