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    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.

    Alameda County
    888-886-9660
    For those in Fremont, see also Family Resource Center (FRC)

    Contra Costa county
    800-830-5380

    Santa Clara County
    866-896-3587

    San Mateo County
    800-273-6222

    PAMF Support Group Directory

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    Community Support Groups

    Breastfeeding: Nursing Mothers Counsel

    Check web site or call:
    Santa Cruz Area: (831) 688-3954
    San Francisco Bay Area: (650) 327-6455
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    FUN (Fremont, Union City, Newark) Mothers' Club

    A social and support group for moms with children ages 0-5 in Fremont, Union City, and Newark. General meetings monthly featuring social activities or guest speakers. Call for meeting schedule and location. Nursing infants welcome at these meetings. Grou
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    Mothers of Twins/Triplets/Multiples: Coastside Mothers of Twins Club

    Check web site or call 800-654-9966 for information.
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    Mothers of Twins/Triplets/Multiples: Mid-Peninsula Parents of Multiples

    Check web site or call for information. 650-599-2022
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    Mothers of Twins/Triplets/Multiples: NOMOTC (National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs)

    Check web site for information. National: 248-231-4480 Local: Gemini Crickets Parents of Multiples - (408) 440-8142
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    Mothers of Twins/Triplets/Multiples: The Triplet Connection

    Check web site for information or call 435-851-1105
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    New Mothers: Children's Health Council

    Check web site or call 650-326-5530 or 866-242-6789 for information. Hold Mommy Mindfulness groups.
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    New Mothers: Coastside Mothers Club

    Check website or call 800-654-9966 for information.
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    New Mothers: El Camino Hospital

    Check web site or call 650-940-7000 or 800-216-5556 for information.
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    New Mothers: Las Madres

    Check website or call 1-877-527-6237
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    New Mothers: Mid-Peninsula Parents of Multiples

    Check website or call 650-489-4651
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    New Mothers: Mother and Baby Morning at Lucille Packard Children's Hospital

    Check web site or call 650-497-8000 for information. Fee involved, nine month program.
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    New Mothers: NOMOTC (National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs)

    Check website for information. Or call 248-231-4480
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    New Mothers: O'Connor Hospital

    Check website or call 800-220-0182 for information.
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    Post-Partum: Bay Area Mothers Groups

    Check website or call 510-868-2617 for information on resources.
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    Post-partum: El Camino Hospital - Maternal Outreach Services

    Check web site or call 650-988-7841 for information. Offers a Maternal Outreach Mood Services group program, therapy group for mothers.
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