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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Home
    Descriptive info: .. Early Head Start.. Head Start.. School-Based Health Centers.. Homeless Youth Services.. Counseling.. Drug and Alcohol Treatment.. Clinical Training Program.. Board & Staff.. Employment Opportunities.. News & Events.. Donations.. Contact Us..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Early Head Start
    Descriptive info: Coming Soon.. More information will be coming, so check back soon!.. 2325 Clement Ave.. Alameda CA 94501.. 510-629-6350 (phone).. 510-865-1930 (fax)..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Head Start
    Descriptive info: Program Description.. Head Start is a comprehensive child development program that has been successfully serving low-income children and their families for over forty years.. It is a child-focused program with an overall goal of increasing school readiness and socialization for young children three to five years old.. This is accomplished by providing a rich preschool environment, involving and supporting the family, and connecting with the community.. Head Start is administered by the Administration for Children and Families, an agency of the U.. S.. Department of Health and Human Services.. Since the early 1970 s, Alameda Head Start has been serving preschool aged children and their families in the City of Alameda.. The program is funded for 222 children with classrooms located throughout the community from the West End to Central Alameda.. The program offers a variety of classroom schedules and options, based on the child s age and the needs of the family.. All program options offer the same education, health and family support services.. They include part day, full day, extended day, a home-based program and a summer kindergarten preparation classroom.. Services Provided.. Alameda Head Start offers a variety of supportive services to every child and their family.. In addition, Head Start staff members speak many languages, and translation is offered for all program services, which are listed below:.. Education.. : Each classroom provides a safe and engaging learning environment that supports a young child s physical, cognitive, social and emotional growth and development.. Children s individual interests, languages, cultural backgrounds and learning styles are taken into account.. Parent/Teacher conferences and other meetings are scheduled throughout  ...   a variety of committees such as the parent board known as the Policy Council.. Mental Health.. : Alameda Head Start provides mental wellness activities in the classroom and works with families around their child s mental health and behavior.. Play therapy is available for families upon request and mental health interns work in some of the classrooms.. Health.. : Family Advocates assist families in getting health services for their children as needed.. Children are required to have current vaccinations and physical and dental exams, as well as hearing and vision screenings.. Nutrition.. : Families and the Family Advocate discuss their child s eating habits and nutrition in general.. Children receive nutritious meals and snacks, provided by the California Department of Education, Nutrition Services Division.. Eligibility.. Alameda Head Start, a program of Alameda Family Services, offers a free child development program for families with age eligible children residing or going to school in the city of Alameda.. Because the determination of income eligibility is a complex process, please contact the enrollment office to discuss your interest in enrolling your child in Head Start at 510-629-6350.. Intake Procedure.. Application information and application in a PDF file.. Fees.. None: No cost services to qualified families.. Links.. Head Start Bureau -.. http://www2.. acf.. dhhs.. gov/programs/hsb/.. National Head Start Association -.. http://www.. nhsa.. org/.. National Association for the Education of Young Children -.. naeyc.. Child Care and Adult Food Program -.. cacfp.. Funding Sources.. Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services, California Department of Education, Rotary Club of Alameda, Kiwanis Club of Alameda, Soroptomist Club, Alameda Welfare Council, Donations..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - School-Based Health Centers
    Descriptive info: Hours of Service.. Monday through Friday 8:00 a.. m.. to 4:00 p.. The School-Based Health Centers utilize a multidisciplinary approach to healthcare in order to promote the health and well being of youth.. The Health Centers, located at Alameda, Encinal and Island High Schools, serve students from ACLC, ASTI and BASE High Schools as well.. By offering free medical, mental health, health education and youth development services on school grounds, the Health Centers surmount barriers that can prevent youth from accessing care.. The Health Centers focus on prevention and early identification of risk factors aims to reduce barriers to learning and to support families and our community.. The School-Based Health Centers offer free and confidential medical care, mental health counseling, health education, and youth leadership opportunities.. Students attending any of the public high schools in Alameda are eligible to receive health center services at any site.. Intake Procedures.. Students may call or drop in to the health centers  ...   www.. nativehealth.. org.. The School-Based Health Centers medical services partner.. schoolhealthcenters.. The CA School Health Centers Association website with policy updates.. advocatesforyouth.. Sexual health information for youth and parents.. helping.. apa.. org/changeyourmind.. A guide for teens about mental health by the American Psychological Association.. Wish List.. Health education materials, including books, pamphlets, and DVDs, Bus passes, Gift cards for youth (movies, food, etc.. ), Healthy food.. Funding for the School-Based Health Centers is provided by Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, Medi-Cal, Family Pact and CHDP.. Alameda Unified School District, Alameda Hospital and numerous community groups provide donations and in-kind services.. Parent Resources.. Click here to download the.. Parent Tips/Relationships.. Parent Tips/Sexuality.. AFS School-Based.. Health Center.. Alameda High School.. 2201-A Encinal Avenue.. Alameda, CA 94501.. 510.. 337.. 7006 (phone).. 865.. 2289 (fax).. Health Center.. Encinal High School.. 210 Central Avenue.. 748.. 4085 (phone).. 4087 (fax).. Island High School.. 250 Singleton Avenue.. 4087 (fax)..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Homeless Youth Services
    Descriptive info: DreamCatcher Emergency Youth Shelter and Support Center for homeless and runaway youth ages 13-18.. The Shelter Hours:.. 7PM-8AM Monday through Friday.. and 7PM-10AM Saturday and Sunday.. The Support Center Hours:.. 2-7PM Monday through Thursday.. and 2-5PM on Friday.. Shelter and Support Services.. Shelter and Support Servcies for homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 13-19.. Provides lunch supper, laundry, case management/crisis counseling, health education workshops, health clinic, HIV STD testing counseling, contraceptives, academic tutoring, computer training, job skills training, art recreation activities, peer support, hygiene supplies, family mediation, outreach, transportation/bus passes and a safe place for youth to learn, relax, create a make connections.. For additional services, please contact the NATIONAL RUNAWAY SWITCHBOARD (NRS).. The National Runaway Switchboard, established in 1971, serves as the federally-designated national communication system for homeless and runaway youth.. Recognized as the oldest hotline of its kind in the world, NRS, with the support of  ...   year.. Over 13,000 youth have been reunited with their families through the NRS Home Free program done in collaboration with Greyhound Lines, Inc.. The NRS crisis hotline is 1-800-RUNAWAY.. For more information, visit.. 1800RUNAWAY.. Youth may stay in the shelter if between the ages of 13-17 (or 18 if Enrolled in school).. Youth may only stay 24 hours if in the foster care/probation system.. DreamCatcher cannot take pregnant teens beyond the six month period.. call 1-800-379-1114.. All services are free.. Hygiene supplies, underwear, socks, phone cards, movie passes store (Old Navy, Target, Gap, Tower Records etc.. ) gift certificates.. RHY Basic Center Federal Funding, Oakland Fund for Children and Youth, FEMA, The California Endowment and The California Wellness Foundation.. Ongoing Calendar of Events.. updated monthly.. Nika St.. Claire.. Program Director.. Office.. 2325 Clement Avenue.. Telephone: 6296311.. Shelter.. Telephone: 839-0929.. Support Center.. 422 Jefferson Street.. Oakland, CA.. Telephone: 839-1559..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Counseling
    Descriptive info: Clement St.. Location.. Monday Thursday 9am 8pm; Friday 9am to 5pm.. School Sites Alameda Point Collaborative Varies.. The Counseling Program, as part of the Clinical Servcies Program, provides an array of strength-based/solution-focused psychotherapy, case management and parenting education services to the City of Alameda and the larger East Bay community.. Short-term, strength-based/solution-focused psychotherapy:.. for individuals, couples, families and groups at our Clement Street location.. in our school-based programs at Alameda, Encinal, Island and BASE high schools.. in the Counseling Enriched Classroom at Washington Elementary School.. for the Alameda Point Collaborative community.. in group homes throughout Alameda County where youth have co-occurring struggles.. Case Management and parenting education services.. Our services are offered to the community by licensed therapists or supervised interns and we are generously funded by Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, Alameda County Probation Department the Alameda Unified School District.. We are a member of the Alameda County Delinquency Prevention Network and a Certified Medi-Cal Provider.. Our sliding-scale fee and MediCal services are offered to residents of the city of Alameda and other local cities.. Subsidized counseling  ...   at Alameda, Encinal, Island and BASE high schools, please contact the School Based Health Center at either Alameda or Encinal High.. For the Alameda Point Collaborative, please call 898-7813 and request our services.. Sliding Scale Fee; MediCal insurance; Limited no-cost sessions available for families eligible under the Alameda County Delinquency Prevention services.. Resources.. Family Path (formerly Parental Stress Service): (800) 829 3777 or 893 5444.. Crisis Support Services: (800) 309-2131.. Links to Our Reports, Applications, Forms.. N/A.. Alameda Family Service League Holiday Home Tour Web Site.. alamedaholidayhometour.. info.. Unrestricted funds so we can increase the number of no fee or low fee counseling to more low income clients.. Contracts with Alameda County Probation Department, Alameda Point Collaborative; Henry Robinson Multi Service Center, and Head Start.. Sliding Scale Fees.. MediCal Insurance; Fundraising through Alameda Family Service League; Individual Donations.. EAP capability at request.. Alameda Family Service League s annual fundraisers include the Home Tour, which is the second Friday and Saturday in December, and the Mother s Day Phantom Tea in April May.. 2325 Clement Ave.. Alameda, CA 94501.. (510) 629-6300..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Drug and Alcohol Treatment
    Descriptive info: M-TH 9-8pm, FRI 9-5pm.. Substance Abuse Intervention, and Treatment for Adolescents and Adults; Anger Management and Domestic Violence Treatment.. Assessment, intervention, and counseling for substance abuse and addiction; anger management, domestic violence, and Youth Probation Case Management.. Services include outreach and school-based interventions, outpatient drug-free treatment groups, diversion services for drug offenders, on-site drug testing, co-ed anger management classes, 52-week men s domestic violence program, and dual-diagnosis treatment for adjudicated youth.. Some restrictions  ...   to city of Alameda.. Dual-Diagnosis services limited to clients with full scope MediCal.. Call 510.. 629-6300 and request an intake.. Complete brief phone intake and schedule appointment to meet with admissions counselor.. Sliding fee scale.. Medi-cal accepted.. Some services free of charge.. http://alcoholism.. about.. com/od/tx_ca/index.. htm.. http://findtreatment.. samhsa.. gov/.. acgov.. Monetary donations and employment opportunities for youth.. Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, Medi-cal Insurance, client fees, grants, and donations.. Rana Betting, Interim..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Clinical Training Program
    Descriptive info: The Clinical Training Program, a part of the Behavioral Health Care Services Program, hosts students from psychology and social work graduate schools and therapists who are collecting hours towards licensure.. The training emphasizes a family and community approach to clinical work.. We use videotape and narrative reflecting teams in addition to more traditional individual and group supervision.. Trainees are matched with programs and supervisors based on areas of interest, ranging from families with young children to teen issues to substance abuse.. We have nine trainees in the program for the 20012-2013 year.. The Training Program is connected with all of the other programs of Alameda Family Services.. Everyone in the Training Program comes together for a full day of training every week and also shares the commonality of providing services at the clinic site.. Trainees provide the bulk of the family, couple, and individual therapy at the clinic under the auspices of the Behavioral Health Care Services Program.. The work in the clinic also involves on-call crisis response by phone and in person.. Specifically, therapists are trained to respond to family crises which have resulted in police action, though we intervene in quite a wide range of crisis situations.. In addition, trainees work in the high schools of Alameda, providing individual, family, and group therapy to students via the School Based Health Centers.. We also have trainees working as consultants to Head Start teachers in the classroom, providing support to parents, and engaging Head Start children in therapeutic activities individually and in small groups.. Outside  ...   therapy to clients enrolled in the drug and alcohol treatment programs.. While the populations and services vary, the Training Program has a unified focus on supporting families in context.. Using a narrative and social justice perspective, the program is strength-based and solution-focused.. We all work closely together as a team.. Applications.. Practicum (including third year doctoral, advance Master's students, and post-Master's students) applications follow BAPIC guidelines and are due by February 22, 2013, while intern (pre-and post-doctorial) applications follow CAPIC guidelines and are due by January 18, 2013.. Please address in your letter of interest which programs appeal to you most and why you want to work with families/community.. The training year begins in late August with a three-day orientation and ends in mid-June for practicum students and mid-August for interns.. Full-time and part-time internships are available, though stipends of $7,200 may only be available for full-time interns.. Second interviews include a family role play for interns, whereas practicum applicants may only be interviewed once.. For an information packet about the training program, please email Elizabeth VanDeventer at.. ElizabethV@alamedafs.. or call (510) 629-6300.. When you apply, please include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, recommendation letters (2 for practicum, 3 for pre-doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows), as well as a completed CAPIC application (pre-doctoral only).. Practicum and post-doc applicants: please mail your applications to Jennifer Wu, Psy.. D.. Program Director - Behavioral Health Care Services, 2325 Clement Avenue Alameda, CA 94501.. Pre-doctoral applicants: please submit your complete application via the CAPIC portal.. Visit.. capic.. net.. for details..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Board & Staff
    Descriptive info: Officers.. Kathy Moehring, President.. Laurie Bochner, Vice President.. Julie Van Buhler, Treasurer.. Dani Musso, Secretary.. Members.. Alysse Castro.. Niel Tam.. Jannett Jackson.. Thomasina Woida.. At-Large.. Jeannie Graham.. Ex-Officio.. Mike Noonan, Chief, APD.. Claudia Medina, Coordinator, Family Involvement Community Engagement Programs (FIACE)-AUSD.. Head Start Policy Council.. Samantha Hermosillo, Co-Chair.. Sirkka Wirkki, Co-Chair.. Executive Director.. Irene Kudarauskas, MSW.. Finance Director.. Alan Hencky.. Program Directors.. Head Start/Early Head Start:.. Lynne Moore-Kerr, Program Director.. Karen Fierer, Associate Director.. School Based Health Center:.. Oona Gilles-Weil.. Homeless Youth Services (DreamCatcher):.. Amba Johnson.. Counseling:.. Jen Wu, Psy.. Drug And Alcohol Treatment:.. Rana Betting, Interim..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - Employment Opportunities
    Descriptive info: It is the policy of Alameda Family Services to afford equal opportunity in all aspects of employment to all persons without discrimination on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, medical condition, gender, sexual orientation and/or gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, military/veteran status, or age.. In support of our commitment to equal opportunity in all matters relating to employment we maintain a positive, continuing program of affirmative action.. AFS is a non-profit agency that provides comprehensive supportive services to youth, families and children in the City and County of Alameda.. These services include counseling for youth and their families; parent education classes; early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education, prevention and treatment programs; PC1000 Drug Diversion Program; coed anger management groups; groups for men involved in domestic violence; sliding scale fee counseling; school-based mental health programs; shelter, advocacy, crisis intervention and case management for runaway and homeless youth; and high school health clinics.. For additional information on employment at Alameda Family Services, please contact the Human Resources Coordinator at.. HR@alamedafs.. SCHOOL LINKED SERVICES.. Position:.. Counseling Enriched Classroom (CEC) Therapist.. Department:.. School-Linked Services.. Supervisor:.. Hours:.. 24 Hours per week Part Year.. Compensation:.. $18-$20 per hour.. Classification: Non-Exempt.. Alameda Family Services.. Alameda Family Services is a non-profit agency that provides comprehensive supportive services to youth, families and children in the City and County of Alameda through six programs: Early Head Start, Head Start, Family Support Services, School-Linked Services, Homeless Youth Services, and Behavioral Health Care Services (Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Treatment, and a Clinical Training Program).. The services include groups, developmental screening, home visits and mental health services for new parents and their infants; counseling for youth and their families; parent education classes: early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education, prevention and treatment programs: PC1000 Drug Diversion Program; coed anger management groups; groups for men involved in domestic violence; sliding scale fee counseling; school based mental health programs; shelter, advocacy, crisis intervention, case management and other support services for runaway and homeless youth; and a training program for graduate/post-graduate psychology, MFT and social work students.. Overall Responsibilities:.. Provide strength-based individual, group, and/or family therapy in a Counseling Enriched Classroom (CEC) in an elementary school setting.. Provide therapeutic milieu for the students in collaboration with school staff.. Provide Intake/Assessment/services.. Observe and evaluate students who are referred to the CEC classroom as needed in conjunction with requests by Special Education liaison.. Provide clinical consultation services as well as collaborate with school administration/staff.. Provide information and referral services.. Provide crisis intervention and on call coverage as assigned by Program Director.. Coordinate service delivery with other service providers serving the family.. Liaison with Alameda Unified School District, Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, parents, related agencies and the community at large.. Community outreach and public speaking as necessary.. Complete accurate and timely documentation of services, contract compliance reports, maintain client files, monitor and upkeep all program files and other related paperwork.. Clinical documentation to comply with Alameda County PSP System/Medi-Cal Mental Health Rehab Option standards and practices.. Attend and participate in a variety of team meetings and school committees/meetings as designated by the Program Director such as:.. 1.. County supervision meetings for all Mental Health Consultants.. 2.. Quarterly meetings with CEC team, including but not limited to Alameda County Mental Health, AUSD Special Education liaison, and.. Alameda Family Services staff as designated.. 3.. Weekly supervision with Clinical Supervisor, weekly staff meeting, weekly case conference and other meetings/events as designated by Program Director.. Other duties as assigned by Program Director.. During summer months from June through August, maintain a caseload of clients at the outpatient clinic located at the main office.. QUALIFICATIONS.. Masters Degree in.. , Psychology or related Social Service Field.. Experience with and understanding of S.. E.. pre-adolescent primary and mental health care and issues.. IS NECESSARY.. Experience in individual child, family and group psychotherapy, crisis interventions.. Embraces a strength-based approach to clients, their families and systems.. Cultural competence and experience working with ethnically and socio-economically diverse youth and families.. Experience with Medi-cal billing (especially for Alameda County).. Excellent communication, administrative, record keeping and interpersonal skills desired.. Excellent organizational and time management skills.. Multi-language capacity desired.. Please submit your cover letter and resume to:.. HR@Alamedafs.. No phone calls please.. Position:.. Lead Youth Development and Health Educator.. Supervisor:.. School-linked Program Director.. Hours:.. 20 hours/week, 10 month position (Aug.. -June).. Classification:.. Non-Exempt.. Salary.. : $15-17/hr.. The services include groups, developmental screening, home visits and mental health services for new parents and their infants; counseling for youth and their families; parent education classes: early childhood development and family services; drug and alcohol education, prevention and treatment  ...   Developmentally Appropriate Practices) and reflect and respect the individual development and diversity of the program's children, families and staff.. Act as co-lead classroom staff with site supervisor in direct involvement in classroom and child development activities, including maintaining positive relationships with parents and staff and assisting in resolving conflicts between parents and staff.. Involve parents, as appropriate, in all aspects of developing, implementing and evaluating the classroom and child development activities.. Timely completion of requirements and paperwork, including but not limited to curriculum development; screenings, assessments and referrals; goals and progress notes; children's files; database and tracking reports; home visits and parent meetings and conferences; in-kind documentation; time sheets and equipment and supply inventories.. Act as staff person available to parents to answer questions and work to resolve conflicts in a positive manner to the benefit of the children, parents, staff, program and agency.. Conduct daily and monthly health and safety checks of classrooms at site.. Contact parent's when a child's behavior is unsafe to self or others.. Notify Education Manager of call and action steps implemented.. Work with local agencies to coordinate appropriate services to children, including children with disabilities and special needs.. Timely completion of requirements and paperwork, including curriculum development; screenings, assessments and referrals; goals and progress notes; children's files; database and tracking reports; home visits and parent meetings and conferences; in-kind documentation; time sheets and equipment and supply inventories.. Maintain and monitor family/child files for the site.. Create, support and promote a team environment by encouraging and facilitating problem solving; accepting supervision and working closely with the education and family services staff.. Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of this position.. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:.. AA Degree required.. 3-5 years of experience in early child care setting or social service setting.. Computer literacy require and experience using Microsoft Office with ChildPlus.. Net experience preferred.. Positive, professional and courteous work demeanor.. Ability and desire to work as part of a team in a culturally diverse environment.. Must have California driver's license and automobile insurance.. PHYSICAL JOB DESCRIPTION:.. Primary responsibilities are performed in an office setting in a seated position.. Ability to use desktop computer and telephone on a frequent basis.. Lifting of books and other documents weighing up to 20 pounds may be encountered in performing essential functions.. Please submit cover letter and resume to.. COUNSELING PROGRAM.. Quality Assurance Specialist, Behavioral Health Care Services.. Program Director for Behavioral Health Care Services.. 20 hours/wk.. Salary Range:.. $20-$23 DOE.. Classification:.. ALAMEDA FAMILY SERVICES.. THE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES PROGRAM.. Behavioral Health Care Services encompasses the clinical training program, clinical/counseling staff as well as drug and alcohol counselors.. Members of the program provide therapeutic services at the Clement office, as well as numerous off-site locations: School-Based Health Centers, Alameda Point Collaborative, College of Alameda, Dream Catcher homeless youth shelter and Head Start.. OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES:.. Under the supervision of the Behavioral Health Care Services Director, this position is responsible for providing documentation and billing support (MediCal contracts as well as private pay) to all therapists who provide therapy within this program as well as School-Linked Services.. JOB DUTIES:.. Liaison between staff /trainees and billing dept.. Function as go-to MediCal person for any questions from therapists and billing dept.. Resolve any issues such as incorrect billing, missing billing, billing without opening forms, etc.. Receive MediCal reports and, as appropriate, disseminate to therapists.. Become familiar with each contract and what services are allowable.. Attend necessary county meetings to get updated on requirements and procedures.. Train staffaround these issues.. Train incoming staff and trainees on documentation standards, general MediCal paperwork andtimelines.. Conduct monthly chart reviews of all open and recently closed MediCal charts to ensure goodmatch between billing and documentation as well as ensuring documentation in private pay charts.. Conduct monthly CQRT meetings.. Routinely visit the BHCS website to ensure that all agency standards are relevant and current withcounty requirements.. Work with director on annual county peer review project.. Meet weekly with director for supervision/consultation.. Support billing dept.. Other duties as assigned by Director.. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS.. Master's degree or higher in Psychology, preferably licensed MFT, LCSW or Psychologist or license eligible/registered intern.. At least two years prior experience in working with the administrative requirements of MediCal mental health and AOD contracts; preferably Alameda County Medi-cal.. Experience with and understanding of Medi-cal documentation requirements, medical necessity definition and evidence based approaches.. Experience and preference for a team approach.. Flexibility, diplomacy, ability to negotiate to positive outcomes.. Basic knowledge of Windows Office especially Word and Excel.. Excellent communication, organizational, and time management skills is a MUST.. Ability to understand the needs of various systems while also holding in mind the big picture of the program..

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  • Title: Alameda Family Services - News & Events
    Descriptive info: Alameda Family Services Leagues Holiday Home Tour.. Sponsored by: Alameda Family Services League.. Information: 510-629-6208.. Please join us on Saturday, December 7, 2013, for our 42nd Annual Holiday Home Tour.. For ticket information, or other information regarding the tour, please visit the Alameda Family Service League's web site at.. , or call (510) 629-6208.. Proceeds benefit Alameda Family Services.. Got The Volunteer Spirit? Join The Alameda Family  ...   Volunteers (docents, ticket takers/sellers, problem-solvers and great thinkers) are needed for the planning stage (already underway) and for the day of the event.. This years event will be held on Saturday, December 7th, 2013.. If you have time to spare to help in developing this years event, or assist us on the day of the event, please call.. (510) 629-6208.. to volunteer.. !.. Holiday Home Tour.. AFSL Volunteers..

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