Bay Area Community Health

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Bay Area Community Health, formerly Tri-City Health Center, is a non-profit health center providing a diverse spectrum of healthcare services and education. We serve everyone without regard to financial position, ethnicity, language, culture, sexual orientation, or any other criterion. With a commitment to serve in a caring, nurturing atmosphere, we strive to promote optimal health, eliminate preventable diseases, and improve the quality of life for every individual and family in our community.

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  • Eight sites in Fremont Area
  • Four mobile health units serving the elderly, school children and the homeless
  • Open 60 hours a week, including Saturday
  • Convenient Care Services
  • Staff speaks over 20 different languages and dialects- American Sign Language, Arabic, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Burmese, Cantonese,Farsi, Fiji, French, German, Hindi, Ilocano, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Mandarin, Punjabi, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Telugu, Urdu, Vietnamese, Visayan

Clinical Services Highlights

  • Chiropractic and acupuncture services
  • Adult Medicine
  • Chronic Care Services: Diabetes & Hypertension
  • Family Practice
  • Geriatric Care
  • HIV ACCESS: primary care services for southern Alameda County residents
  • Mental Health Services, including Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for substance abuse disorders
  • Pediatric Care
  • Prenatal Care Services: 2,146 prenatal care visits per year
  • Specialized clinics: Teen Clinic
  • Dental Clinic
  • Women’s Health

Community Education and Youth Services

  • Chronic Care Self-Management
  • Parenting classes available in five languages
  • Work Investment Act: job training for high risk youth
  • Youth Act Project: risk reduction program for substance abusing and truant teens

Meeting the Needs of the Community

  • Gay/lesbian support center
  • Transgender supported program (TransVision)
  • Harm reduction program
  • Male involvement program

Meeting the Needs of the Homeless

  • HOPE mobile van five days a week to serve the homeless population of southern and eastern Alameda County
  • Provides a case manager for homeless populations

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What you can expect at Bay Area Community Health!