Eight (8) OPL locations are offering sidewalk pickup service during limited hours. All other OPL locations are closed due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. You may return library materials in the outside book drop at any OPL location. Library items will be quarantined 96 hours before being checked back in.
To sign up for a library card, please complete an online application. For questions about your account or to reach an OPL reference librarian, please email email@example.com or call 510-238-3134.
Si tienes preguntas sobre tu cuenta o si te quieres comunicar con un bibliotecario favor de enviar un correo electrónico al firstname.lastname@example.org o dejar un mensaje de voz al 510.238.3134.
有关您的图书馆帐户的问题，或联系图书馆工作人员，请发送电子邮件至 email@example.com 或致电510-238-3134留言。
|YO! Disabled and Proud||
Connecting, Organizing, & Educating Youth with Disabilities.
|Asian Health Services||
The Teen Clinic, for patients 12 to 25 years old, provides teens with an opportunity to receive healthcare services in a one-on-one, confidential setting. These patients meet with a board certified provider and have complete access to AHS’ wide range of medical and social services.
To Make an Appointment: call 510-986-1024 or stop by our Youth Center, 299 13th Street (corner of Harrison Street), Oakland, CA 94612. Please note our Teen Clinic is located at AHS Clinic.
Health services, STD testing, counseling and referrals. Call for drop-in center hours.
5323 Foothill Blvd., Oakland, (510) 434-0307
|La Clinica de la Raza - Youth Clinics||
Affordable health care for teens from low-income communities in the East Bay. Six locations. Call for information, locations, and hours:
|Children's Hospital Oakland||
Comprehensive medical, reproductive, and mental health services for youth. Free w/MediCal, or sliding scale at three locations:
|Native American Health Center||
Medical services, HIV testing, traditional and alternative medicine.
3124 International Blvd., Oakland, (510) 535-4492
|LifeLong Medical Clinics||
Contraception, STI testing/treatment, HIV testing, pelvic exams and pap smears, counseling, primary care, counseling, prenatal care. (510) 981-4100 (all clinics).
|211 Bay Area||
Dial 211 or 800-273-6222 for free, confidential information and referrals for health, housing and human services in the Bay Area. Available in multiple languages.
|Alameda County Healthcare||
Provides assistance to thousands of uninsured residents looking for health services in Alameda County. Includes information about eligibility for the Affordable Care Act, Medi-Cal, pregnancy insurance and more.
Emergency shelter that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Provides case management, food, counseling, and more.
200 Harrison St., (520) 379-1010.
For youth ages 18-24.
Shelter and safe space. Provides drop-in center, counseling, case management, laundry, dinner, legal aid, and recreational fun.
424 Jefferson St., 1-800-379-1114 (shelter), (510) 839-1559 (other).
For youth ages 13-18.
|Youth Engagement, Advocacy, and Housing (YEAH!)||
Receive basic needs, including case management, job, and educational assistance. Open 7 days a week year round. Well-behaved pets are welcome.
1744 University Ave., Berkeley, (510) 704-9867.
For young adults ages 18-24.
An LGBTQ safe space that provides food, computers, movie screenings, case management, and more.
Open Wednesday (3:00-5:30. Call for support group times, or check the Facebook page.
22245 Main St., Suite 102, Hayward, (510) 566-2739
LGBTQ youth ages 14-24.
|Suitcase Youth Clinic||
Free health and social services
2300 Bancroft Way, Berkeley
Hours: Mondays, 6-9 pm
For youth ages 13-23
|Fred Finch Youth Center (STAY Program for transitional housing)||
Location: 3800 Coolidge Ave, Oakland
Supportive Housing for 18-24 year olds.