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Health & Wellness Resources


Dial 2-1-1 or visit 

Call to get referrals for local agencies that can assist with food, shelter, crisis situations, employment, etc.

District Office list of community resources

services offered for Fremont students  

Resource for Undocumented Individuals

legal and consulting services

Suicide Hotline

1(800) 273-TALK

free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis

24-Hour Crisis Line (Crisis Support Services of Alameda County)


Also confidential text message support from 4PM-11PM 7 days/week

text "Safe" to 20121 

Crisis line for students and/or their parents.    

Youth and Family Services

Fremont Family Resource Center

39155 Liberty Street, suite E500

Fremont, CA 94538

(510) 574-2100

Counseling services, crisis intervention, school site counseling, etc.

Fremont Family Resource Center

39155 Liberty Street

Fremont, CA

(510) 574-2000

Houses 25 non-profit agencies. Services include counseling, CalFresh (food stamps), child care information, credit repair, workshops, and support groups. 

Tri-City Health Center

39500 Liberty Street

(510) 770-8040

wide spectrum of health education, healthcare, and social services available to everyone

Seneca Center Mobile Response Team

1(877) 441-1089

serves youth and families in crisis in Alameda

and Contra Costa Counties

Fremont Hospital

(510) 796-1100

mental health services

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline

chat online at:

1 (866) 331-9474

1 (866) 331-8453 TTY

empowering youth to end dating abuse    

Bullying Information

links to help with a safe learning environment for all students