Basic Family Resources


Fremont Family Resource Center (FRC): Centrally located in the Hub, the FRC houses over 25 State, County, City and non-profit agencies providing a variety of integrated services. 
Services include: 

  • Adult and youth employment
  • Cash aid
  • CalFresh (Food Stamps)
  • Child care information and referral
  • Counseling
  • Mental health services
  • Housing information
  • Parent support services
  • Educational programs
  • Free tax preparation including back taxes
  • Credit Repair and Counseling
  • Personal Support Services 
  • Intensive and coordinated case management
  • Workshops and Support Groups
  • Asset-Building Programs
  • Veteran Services
  • Kinship Support Services
  • Vocational Services  

Fremont Library: The Fremont Library offers a wide-range of programs and activities to children and their families to promote literacy.  Members have access to thousands of books, videos, audio-visual resources, and other multimedia materials.  In addition, the library organizes story-time, book clubs, live tutoring through Brainfuse, and information on educational apps/videos for students.


Divorce Care for Kids: provides an online directory of Bay Area divorce support group for children.  A DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) group is a safe, fun place where your children can learn skills that will help them heal. DC4K groups blend, games, music, stories, videos and discussion to help kids process the divorce and move forward. Groups meet weekly and are designed for children ages 5-12.

Support Students with Learning Differences

Fremont Autism Support Group: Access to programs depends on eligibility. Please click the View Program Details button and look at the Requirements section.

Family Resource Network: Call Eileen Crumm-Executive Director, Phone: 510-547-7322, Ext. 116 - Provide information of services throughout the community for parents of children under 8 years old with autism. Offers a chance to meet other parents with autistic children.

39155 Liberty St.
Fremont, CA, 94538

Understood: is a new, free online resource (in English and Spanish) that is aimed at providing families with the practical tools and advice for their child’s academic, social, and emotional journey and especially for children struggling with learning and/or attention issues.

The website offers the following (and more):

  • A feature that allows the parent to fill out a “Just for You” profile that will cull articles to fit your interests and your child’s age and issues
  • A “Parenting Coach” feature that allows parents to search for ideas and advice based on the specific challenge
  • A “Tech Finder” feature that helps you find expert-approved apps and games for your child
  • A “Through Your Child’s Eyes” feature that allows the parents to experience, first-hand, what their child’s struggle
  • Helpful articles


If your family has MediCal, you can call Alameda County ACCESS at (800) 491-9099 to find out about Bay Area agencies that offer mental health counseling for MediCal families. You can also call them to find out mental health practitioners that speak a different language other than English.

If your family has private insurance, you can visit the Psychology Today website link below to search for a database of therapist in your area. You can filter your search based on your insurance, geographic area, issues you are seeking help, and other factors. Psychology Today-Find a Therapist