The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund benefits six regional organizations known as “safety net” service providers. They regularly address the basic needs of vulnerable populations such as senior citizens, children, the disabled, veterans, those living paycheck-to-paycheck, and the homeless by providing food, clothing, safe housing, behavioral health assistance, wellness checks, transportation and medical care. They also work as informal partners with local governments to help manage human service needs in our communities.

These organizations were identified by the cities of Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton as best positioned to meet the increased demand for basic needs and services during this time. They have highly developed infrastructure, extensive programming, broad reach throughout the valley, and vast resource networks. Though located in Alameda County, they serve all the communities of the Tri-Valley, including some in Contra Costa County.

Axis Community Health

Since 1972, Axis Community Health has provided quality, affordable, accessible and compassionate health care services that promote the well-being of all members of the community. Axis offers services at five sites in the Tri-Valley area and regularly serves more than 14,000 members of the community annually.

City Serve of the Tri-Valley

Founded in 2009, CityServe of the Tri-Valley coordinates resources, volunteers and provides case management for people in crisis. They work closely with the nonprofits, schools, businesses, the faith-based community, and government agencies to help individuals and families meet immediate needs. Their service area includes Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, and San Ramon.

Open Heart Kitchen

Since 1995, Open Heart Kitchen has served prepared, nutritious meals free of charge to the hungry people of the Tri-Valley area and is committed to working with community partners to meet the most basic needs of vulnerable people in our communities. In 2019, they served over 339,000 meals, close to 1000 thousand meals a day.

Senior Support of the Tri-Valley

Senior Support Services of the Tri-Valley began as a friendly visitor program in 1981 and achieved official nonprofit status in 2006. Since 1981, has provided service and assistance to seniors that foster independence, promote safety and well-being, preserve dignity, and improve quality of life. They serve approximately 1,600 seniors in the Tri-Valley area annually and manage 5,000 information and referral calls and visits annually.

Tri-Valley Haven

From its origins as a crisis hotline in 1977, Tri-Valley Haven has developed over the past 40 years into a vital community resource serving adults and children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or homelessness. They run two shelters: a domestic violence shelter, and the only homeless shelter in the Tri-Valley Area that accepts single fathers accompanied by their children, and boys over the age of 10.

Spectrum (Meals on Wheels)

Founded in 1971, Spectrum Community Services is a registered, private non-profit organization that assists low-income individuals, families, and seniors in their efforts to live independently. As the agency facilitating the Meals on Wheels Program in the Tri-Valley, they deliver healthy, home-delivered meals to seniors (60 years and older) who are unable to prepare their own food and have difficulty with mobility. For many of their seniors, the daily visit from their Meals on Wheels delivery person is the only human contact they have on a daily basis and therefore doubles as a ‘wellness’ check.

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