Housing and Human Services

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Seniors

Affordable Housing Complexes

Find listings, by area, of affordable rental units for Seniors in the Affordable Rental Housing Guide of the Tri-Valley.  It includes the cities of Livermore as well as Pleasanton, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville.  To view or print, click here

FREE Legal Assistance for Seniors

Starting Wednesday, January 8, 2020 Legal Assistance for Seniors (LAS) will provide free of charge legal consultations at the Livermore Multi-Service Center, for tenants 60 years and older who are experiencing housing issues and/or have received a notice from their landlord, such as a 3-day notice.  The consultations will occur on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 10:00am – 12:00pm.  Due to the COVID-19 health emergency, consultations will be done over the phone.  The consultations are with an attorney and are 20-30 minutes in length.  If you have questions or would like to make an appointment, call Kathleen Thaete at Legal Assistance for Seniors at (510) 832-3040.  See Flyer here.

Phone (510) 832-3040 | www.lashicap.org

Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley

Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley is a non-profit agency serving seniors over the age of 60 in
Pleasanton, Dublin, Livermore and Sunol. They can provide information and referral to local facilities. 

Phone (925) 931 -5379 | www.ssptv.org

DayBreak Adult Care Center

DayBreak offers free information and assistance to the public and healthcare professionals about care options and community resources, including detailed information about adult care centers,
program eligibility, enrollment and payment options. Their website offers a list of assisted and independent living communities in Alameda County.  

Phone (510) 834-8314 | www.daybreakcenters.org


Persons with Disabilities

Bay Area Community Services

Through its Valley Wellness Center, BACS provides supportive services to persons with
mental health-related disabilities. BACS owns and operates housing units throughout Alameda County including shared housing in Livermore and a six-unit apartment complex in downtown Pleasanton. Rental opportunities are administered directly by BACS.

Phone (925) 484-8457 | www.bayareacs.org

Housing Consortium of the East Bay (HCEB)

HCEB is a non-profit housing developer that owns and operates affordable shared housing
for persons with developmental disabilities and mental health-related disabilities. HCEB currently owns and operates shared housing units throughout Alameda County, including Livermore.

Phone (510) 832-1315 | www.hceb.org

Tri-Valley REACH

Tri-Valley REACH provides housing in Pleasanton and Livermore for extremely low income adults with developmental disabilities who are able to live independently with supportive services.

Phone (510) 832-1382   | www.trivalleyreach.org

CRIL (Community Resources for Independent Living)

CRIL is a non-profit organization that will help you find your own accessible and affordable and subsidized housing. CRIL's Housing Coordinator will teach you how to look for appropriate housing, identify resources that can support independent living, negotiate with your landlord, understand tenant rights and responsibilities, learn how to improve your credit report and how to identify possible resources for a security deposit. CRIL keeps a current list of local rentals. CRIL does not own housing or run its own residential facility.

Phone (925) 371-1531 TTY (925) 371-1532    | www.crilhayward.org

Fremont Oak Gardens (for deaf Seniors)

This 51-unit complex provides rental housing for low-income deaf senior citizens and is a regional housing resource. Leasing inquiries should be directed to the on-site management office.

Phone (510) 490-4013   | www.sahahomes.org


Homeless or At-Risk

Visit our homeless page to learn about the homeless programs available to those experiencing homelessness or at risk of being homeless and to learn about services offered by organizations to help with housing crisis intervention and more. 

If you are homeless or at risk of being homeless please call 2-1-1 or visit the Eden I&R web site

  HOMELESS - If you're:  

  • Sleeping outdoors
  • Staying in your car
  • Living somewhere not meant for people to live
  • Leaving an institution 
  • Fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault or human trafficking

CALL 211 or drop in at your local access center - click here for locations. 

AT RISK OF BEING HOMELESS - If you're:  

  • Couch-surfing
  • Staying with friends 
  • Having roommate dispute 
  • Just received an eviction/foreclosure notice

CALL 211 or drop in at your local access center - click here for locations. 

  • If you're a VETERAN call 855-862-1804 for Veteran's services, shelter, and housing information.  
  • If you're feeling DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SEXUAL ASSAULT, OR HUMAN TRAFFICKING call 2-1-1 or the hotline (800) 799-7233 for safe confidential assistance from Coordinated Entry.
  • If you're a YOUNG ADULT (18-24yrs), there may be shelter and housing options just for you.  

Homeless Prevention

The homeless Rapid Rehousing Program offered through ABODE Services is designed to assist individuals and families to quickly exit homelessness and return to permanent housing. For more information please click here.

Emergency / Crisis Housing

  • Tri-Valley Haven Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-884-8119)
  • Tri-Valley Homeless Services (925) 449-2510
  • Shepards Gate (925) 443-4283
  • Livermore Homeless Refuge recorded hotline (925) 292-0265. This is a winter relief shelter open November 1st through April 30th during inclemet weather.
  • Bay Area Crisis Nursery provides emergency residence for infants and children up to 5 years old (510/685-8052).
  • Crisis Support Services of Alameda County (510/449-5566) and Crisis and Suicide Intervention (1-800-833-2900) provide 24-hour intervention counseling.
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline - (1-800-799-7233).
  • Battered Women's Alternative 24-hour Hotline - (1-888-215-5555).
  • National Runaway Switchboard - (1-800-621-4000).
  • Veterans with families - click here

IN CASE OF A MEDICAL OR LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCY, CALL 911.



Permanent Affordable Housing

Tri-Valley Affordable Rental Housing Guide provides listings of complexes in the Tri-Valley area that have affordable units within the complexes. You will need to contact the complex(es) you are interested in to see if they have any affordable units available or you may ask to be put on a wait list, if one exists.

For a list of Affordable Housing Developers who own and/or manage affordable housing in the East Bay, and for information regarding open application periods, please click here

Eden Housing Management, Inc. maintains a Housing Information Line at (510)247-8141 on Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM, which provides information about applying for a unit at any affordable housing complex currently managed by Eden Housing, or future complexes which Eden will be managing. These complexes are located throughout the Bay Area.