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9.3 Oakland & East Bay
DavisPhotog calls Union City his hometown, but lives in Oakland and spent 4 years in Davis.
sashwa calls Alameda home.
Wasnt Me calls Union City home.
nccycle calls Oakland home.
steve1a calls Berkeley home.
dadkins calls Hercules home.
ninjaturtle1 calls Fremont home.
Note: The formerly titled "CSU Hayward" is now "CSU East Bay." Don't ask me why they changed it.
•University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA
•California State University, East Bay: Hayward, CA
•Chabot College: Hayward, CA
•Ohlone College: Fremont, CA
•Las Positas College: Livermore, CA
• University of Phoenix: Multiple campuses
•Diablo Valley College: Pleasant Hill, CA
•Los Medanos College: Pittsburg, CA
•California College of the Arts:Oakland and San Francisco, CA
•Mills College: Oakland, CA
•Holy Names University: Oakland, CA
I know there are more, but they are tedious to add. If you would like to add to this list, please PM me with the college, location, and a link!
Do you know what to do in the event of an earthquake, fire, flood or chemical accident?
Citizens of Oakland Respond to Emergencies is a free emergency prevention preparedness and training program for individuals, neighborhood groups and community-based organizations in Oakland. It teaches self-reliance skills and helps neighborhoods form emergency response teams.
The site can be found here.
East Bay Express.
•Golden State Warriors
It is a free, accessible, 3-digit number that enables all Alameda County residents easy access to customized multilingual health, housing and human services information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. This service is especially critical for vulnerable populations such as single parent and very low-income families, frail elders, people with disabilities, caregivers and non-English speakers who are in need of such vital resources as emergency housing, food, financial aid, health care, and legal assistance. 2-1-1 has also proven to be a critical public communications tool during recovery efforts after a disaster.
Dial 2-1-1 for free, 24-hour community, health and social services information. Like 9-1-1 for emergency service, 2-1-1 has been set aside by the Federal Communications Commission for the public to easily access community information. Callers receive personalized information from a live call specialist. Call specialists can also help callers find out where to go to volunteer or donate to their favorite cause.
Below is the shortcut to the 2-1-1 Alameda County website.