Social Services and Support Groups Directory
Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) provides an easy-access link to 2-1-1 online systems as part of our commitment to the community. The 2-1-1 link will assist you in locating social services and community resources including medical services, financial assistance, care for aging parents, family services, legal and many other forms of support.
Local Bay Area 2-1-1 Systems
Dial 2-1-1 in your local area to get help or visit your county's Web site to search for resources. Links to county sites are below (currently, there is no site for patients in Santa Cruz County. Phone numbers are toll free numbers for those calling out of the area.
Contra Costa county
Santa Clara County
San Mateo County
PAMF Support Group Directory
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Community Support Groups
Alcohol/Drug Groups: Al-Anon/Alateen
Fremont Tri-City Area. For families and friends of alcoholics.
Find a local group meeting on their Web site.
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Alcohol/Drug Groups: CODA, Co-dependency groups
Check website for local groups - co-dependency - or call:
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Alcohol/Drug Groups: Mills-Peninsula, AA and Al-Anon
Call 1-800-654-9966 for information on meetings
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Alcohol/Drug Groups: Women's Recovery Association
Groups for women, children, codependency (650) 348-6603
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Alcohol/Drug: AA, Parents of AL-ANON, at Trinity Church in Menlo Park
Located at Trinity Church in Menlo Park. Call 650-326-2083 or visit web site. Hold AA, Mens recovery, Parents of AL-ANON meetings.
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Alcohol/Substance Groups: Alcoholics Anonymous
Find a meeting in the East Bay Area on their Web site.
24/hour helpline (510) 839-8900.
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Drug Abuse: Palo Alto Medical Foundation
For people with questions about their own or a loved one's alcohol/drug abuse. For information check web site or call 650-853-2904.
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