Health Care

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency
Alameda County Health Care Services Agency (HCSA) works in partnership to provide high quality services, foster safe and healthy communities, and promote fair and inclusive opportunities for all residents. This is accomplished by the work of HCSA's four departments: Behavioral Health, Environmental Health, Office of the Agency Director (OAD), and Public Health.
Afghanistan Cultural Quick Reference Guide
This new two-page Cultural Quick Reference Guide for Afghanistan supports the provider-client relationship by giving country-specific information on cultural norms, health practices, and courtesies to observe to enhance communication.
Alameda County Health Centers – Alameda Health Consortium
CHCN health centers are based in Alameda County, California, and have extended services to surrounding counties. The eight CHCN health centers which make up the Network, currently serve more than 130,000 people at more than 94 sites of care. Many of the health centers also provide mental health, dental and preventive health programs.
Alameda County Medical Center — Eastmont Wellness
Alameda County Medical Center Eastmont Wellness provides Refugee Health Screening Services in Alameda County as well as ongoing primary care for adults and children.
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APPNA Community Health Center of the SF Bay Area
APPNA Community Health Center of the SF Bay Area is a safety-net clinic providing quality health care services to the under-served members of our community in a culturally sensitive and compassionate environment regardless of age, gender, race or religion.
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Asian Health Services
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Asian Health Services provides health, social, and advocacy services for all regardless of income, insurance status, immigration status, language, or culture. Our approach to wellbeing focuses on “whole patient health,” which is why we provide more than primary care services, including mental health, case management, nutrition, and dental care to more than 50,000 patients in English and 14 languages: Korean, ASL, Lao, Burmese, Mandarin, Cantonese, French, Mien, Karen, Mongolian, Karenni, Tagalog, Khmer, and Vietnamese. We offer medical, dental, and mental health services for all ages.
Bay Area Community Health
Bay Area Community Health (BACH) provides high-quality healthcare services, regardless of immigration status, ethnicity, disability, or ability to pay.
Brighter Beginnings
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Brighter Beginnings provides social and medical services to low-income families in the East Bay.
California Health Collaborative
The California Health Collaborative is committed to addressing the health needs of Californians with special emphasis on underserved communities with limited access to resources or who face barriers related to culture, language, income, education, gender, geography or immigration status.
Center for Elders' Independence
The Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI) helps you live at home, instead of a nursing home. If you are age 55 and older, dealing with multiple health challenges and need assistance in your daily routine, CEI might be just the help you need.
Center For Survivors Of Torture (CST) – Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)
AACI’s Center for Survivors of Torture (CST) program provides specialized services for survivors of torture and their family members, as well as newly arrived refugees, including individual and group psychotherapy, psychiatry, psychological and medical evaluations for political asylum cases, medical, social, and legal services
Center of Excellence for Immigrant Child Health & Wellbeing
The Center of Excellence for Immigrant Child Health and Wellbeing (CoE) (at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals in San Francisco and Oakland, California) serves as the infrastructure for collective action to address the health of children in immigrant families through education, evidence-based clinical services, and advocacy.
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Bay Area
Contra Costa CARES – healthcare program for uninsured adults
Contra Costa CARES is a healthcare program for uninsured adults living in Contra Costa County.
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Contra Costa County
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Contra Costa County Health Care Services
Contra Costa County Health Care Services' mission is to care for and improve the health of all people in Contra Costa County with special attention to those who are most vulnerable to health problems.
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Contra Costa County
County of Santa Clara Health System
County of Santa Clara Health System is our local healthcare safety net and provider of comprehensive care, service, and program to the residents of our county. The Health System includes the Behavioral Health Services Department, Public Health Department, Santa Clara Valley Healthcare's network of hospitals and clinics including Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, O'Connor Hospital and St. Louise Regional Hospital, Emergency Medical Services Agency, Custody Health Services Department, and Valley Health Plan.
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Santa Clara County
​​Diversity in Health Training Institute (DHTI)
​​Diversity in Health Training Institute (DHTI)  is a non-profit organization that connects immigrants to healthcare career pathways through coaching and training.
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Bay Area
DreamCatcher Youth Services
DreamCatcher Youth Services is a non-profit youth shelter that provides Emergency Sanctuary for youth ages 13-18 who are experiencing homelessness or human trafficking and supports for youth ages 18 to 24 who are experiencing homelessness.
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Statewide
East Bay Asian Youth Center (EBAYC)
EBAYC builds strategic partnerships with schools, city and county governments, and community organizations, and establishes trusting relationships with families to provide seamless services to support youth. Our diverse menu of services include youth violence prevention, expanded learning, and civic and community engagement.
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Bay Area
Eden I & R, Inc.
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A free, non-emergency confidential phone number with multilingual representatives available, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, with referrals to low cost housing, emergency shelter, and safety net services for residents within Alameda County.
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Alameda County
Health Program of Alameda County (HealthPAC)
The Health Program of Alameda County, also known as HealthPAC (and formerly known as CMSP or ACE), is a County program that provides affordable health care to uninsured people living in Alameda County.
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Alameda County
Health, Wellness, and Mental Health Resources for the Afghan Community
Health, Wellness. and Mental Health Resources for the Afghan Community is a Google Spreadsheet with a growing list of resources compiled by EBRIF’s Health, Wellness and Mental Health Work Group.
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Bay Area
How to Get Medical and Education Services When You Don’t Speak English
What families who speak a language other than English need to know about their rights when accessing health care and special education services, and tips on how to advocate for themselves.
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Statewide
La Clínica de la Raza
La Clínica provides multi-lingual, accessible full-scope health care services in the East Bay, no matter a patient’s income level or insurance status.
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Bay Area
Medi-Cal and Covered CA health insurance plans
MediCal offers free or low-cost health coverage for California residents who meet eligibility requirements.
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California
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Medi-Cal, Refugees, and Refugee Health Assessment
Newly arrived refugees are eligible for a free Refugee Health Assessment, which is a medical exam focused on preventing, screening, and treating communicable diseases and provides linkage to primary care.
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Alameda County
Native American Health Center (NAHC)
As an Urban Indian Health Project through our relationship with the Indian Health Service (IHS), we are dedicated to providing high quality medical, dental, behavioral health, community wellness, and social service programs.
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Bay Area
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Northern California Human Rights Clinic (Alameda Health System) 
NCHRC is a clinic within Alameda Health System that primarily provides forensic medical and psychological evaluations (including FGM/C evaluations) for people seeking asylum and other forms of relief from deportation (e.g. protection under the Convention Against Torture, U-visas, etc.) who reside in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Bay Area
Pacific Center for Human Growth
Pacific Center for Human Growth is the oldest LGBTQIA+ center in the Bay Area, the third oldest in the nation, and operates the only sliding scale mental health clinic for LGBTQIA+ and QTBIPOC people and their families in Alameda County.
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Alameda County
Refugee Reproductive Health Network (ReproNet)
ReproNet aims to build a trusted partnership between refugee women and organizations, academics, and community members. These partnerships will together work to create a schema that focuses on patient-driven research and reflects the SRH priorities set by refugee women.
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Statewide
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San Mateo County Health Services
Our mission is to help everyone in San Mateo County live longer and better lives. County Health protects the public by regulating harms that could cause disease, informing advocacy to achieve healthier communities, and preventing the spread of disease.
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San Mateo County
State Office of Refugee Health
Works with impacted local health jurisdictions, health providers, and voluntary resettlement agencies to provide culturally and linguistically-appropriate comprehensive health assessments, and other health services, to newly arrived refugees, asylees, victims of severe forms of human trafficking (federally-certified), and other eligible entrants to assist them in achieving self-sufficiency by becoming and staying healthy.
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Statewide
Street Level Health Project (SLHP)
Street Level Health Project (SLHP) is an Oakland-based community center dedicated to improving the wellbeing of underinsured, uninsured, and recently arrived immigrants in Alameda County.
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Alameda County
oakland lgbtq center
The LGBT community center has social events, educational programs, health programs, and counsellors. There are support groups for young people, queer people, bisexual people, and transgender people. There are trainings and workshops for help with jobs. There is free therapy, art classes, yoga classes, and support for mental health.
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Bay Area
UCSF Benioff Center of Excellence for Immigrant Child Health and Wellbeing
Serves as an institutional and community hub to support interventions that contribute to equitable healthcare and healthy, resilient children regardless of immigration status. It is among the first of its kind at a children’s hospital in the U.S.
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Bay Area
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