Homeless Resources

The City of Fremont is dedicated to addressing homelessness in our community. Our efforts involve several different City departments and agencies. Together, we provide a collaborative approach in responding to the needs of those affected by homelessness. Our approach includes offering supportive services and addressing health and safety concerns.

Family Resource Center


39155 Liberty Street, Suite A110
510-574-2021
The Family Resource Center co-locates 25 state, county, city, and nonprofit agencies to provide social services to the community. Services include employment assistance, childcare referrals, housing assistance, health services, and more.

Human Relations Commission


This commission helps create a community in which all men, women, and children may live, learn, work, and play in harmony. The commission meets at 7:15 p.m. the third Monday of each month at City Hall, 3300 Capitol Avenue, in the Building B Training Room.
Family Resource Center

List of Resources


Human Services has compiled a list of local agencies that provide food, shelter, veterans' services, health services, and social services.

Fremont Warming Center


40086 Paseo Padre Parkway
510-574-2222
The Warming Center opens if it is raining or below 40 degrees. It operates from November to March, and it is best to call first to see if it is open. Opens at 6:30 p.m. Food, cots, and bedding are provided.
Fremont Warming Center

Affordable Housing


The City provides administration of affordable housing development, programs, and policies. Our goal is to increase, improve, and preserve the supply of affordable housing in Fremont. For more information, contact Housing at 510-494-4500 or by email.

Code Enforcement


The City's Code Enforcement team is available to respond to concerns related to homelessness that involve health or safety. Concerns can be reported by calling 510-494-4430 or by email.
Laguna Commons