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ALAMEDA COUNTY RESOURCES

The building of available lists of resources and contacts is a community project. We encourage you to provide resources that would be helpful to this community by submitting to our webmaster.  [Back to Map]

It is recommended that you make a telephone call to the organization listed to inquire about specific services and costs before driving to the clinic.  Each county and respective service organizations will differ in what they can provide, at what cost, and may be designated to serve specific risk groups, as an example.

Cities in Alameda County

  • Alameda

  • Berkeley

  • Dublin

  • Emeryville

  • Fremont

  • Hayward

  • Livermore

  • Newark

  • Oakland

  • Pleasanton

  • San Leandro

  • Union City

Alameda County Public Health Department
1000 Broadway, Suite 5000
Oakland, CA 94607

Division of Communicable Diseases
Regina Frank, Section Chief
Regina Stewart-Budd, R.N.
510-267-3250

  • Education Materials on Viral Hepatitis

  • Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program

  • Case Management Services for Pregnant Women with Hepatitis B

  • Five (5) "free" Vaccine Sites in the County

  • Fourteen (14) Public Health Clinics

  • Surveillance Investigation of Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B

  • Hepatitis A Vaccine and I mmune Globulin fees will be waived for household/close contacts to those diagnosed with Hepatitis A

Hepatitis C
Alameda County Public Health Department

1000 Broadway, Suite 5000
Oakland, CA 94607

Division of Communicable Diseases
Contact Hepatitis C Coordinator
Susan Black, R.N.
510-267-3240

  • "Free" Testing for Hepatitis C

  • Drug and Alcohol Inpatient Hepatitis C Testing

  • Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Hepatitis C Testing (some sites)

  • Referrals to patient support groups

Public Notices and General Announcements

December 1999 Alameda County Board of Supervisors, Declaration of Local State of Emergency, Transmission of HIV and Hep B & C Through Contaminated Needles

Support Groups

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