Resources and Services
Offered here is an array of resources for food, family emergency preparedness, grief counseling, school guidance, and resources for families and advocates.
- Health Care Toolkits
The National Immigration Law Center’s toolkits are designed for health care providers and include tools for understanding provider rights, resources to help understand patients’ rights, tips for creating safe spaces for patients and staff, and a variety of sample materials. Note: Site registration is required to access content.
- Local Resource Guide for Immigrant and Refugee Services
Produced by Alameda County Board of Supervisor Keith Carson and Asian Community Collaborative, this guide includes legal aid, health care, citizenship, education, and transportation resources.
- The California School Board Association has developed a number of resources -including legal guidance, sample board resolutions, and templated polices - to help California’s schools continue to justly educate students impacted by immigration status.
- Refugee Center Online (online classes, resources, community connections)
Family Emergency Preparedness
- Alameda County Food Bank Hotline
- Caregiver's Authorization Affidavit
- Family Emergency Plan Form
- Family Preparedness Plan English | Spanish
- Guidance on Public Health Actions for Protecting Immigrant Rights
- InmigranteInformado.com is a Spanish language website with resources, immigrant-serving organizations, Know Your Rights videos, family preparedness planning worksheets, and more.
Families Facing Deportation
- Resources for Families Facing Deportation from the Women’s Refugee Commission
- Alameda County Rapid Response Hotline (to report ICE activities): (510) 241-4011
Flyer: English | Spanish | Arabic | Korean | Chinese | Vietnamese | French
- A Brief Guide for Sharing Reports of Raids on Social Media (DRUM)
- A Quick Guide to Immigrant Eligibility for Affordable Care Act and Key Federal Means-tested Programs
- Alameda County Fights for Medi-Cal (take-action website)
- Alameda Health System – Serving All
- Quick Guide on Immigrant Eligibility for ACA
- Health Program of Alameda County (HealthPAC)
Same-day and next-day medical appointments 7 days a week, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., for low-income Alameda County residents who have applied and been approved for coverage.
- Circle of Care Support for Children & Families
- Health/Wellness Briefing: Family Separation: Trauma & Resilience
- Raha Foundation (offers free and low-cost counseling and therapy to Bay Area Muslim Americans)
- The Effect of Hostile Immigration Policies on Children's Mental Health