Governor Newsom just approved $15 million in the California State Budget to build the Alameda Wellness Campus Medical Respite Center! This infusion of resources comes at a crucial time in addressing the crisis of medically vulnerable people living on our streets.
Opening in 2023, the Alameda Wellness Campus will create one of the nation's first integrative care centers for homeless seniors and other unhoused adults with complex health conditions.
You are invited to join a circle of noted philanthropists and community leaders to help create the pioneering Wellness Campus.
Wellness Campus Champions provide key leadership for advancing the Wellness Campus capital campaign. The project is deeply enriched by the visionary leadership, expertise, and dedication of these remarkable project supporters.
The Wellness Campus will pioneer a new model of care, co-locating the following integrated programs serving unhoused people in Alameda County.
Medical Respite Center
The 50-bed Medical Respite Center will provide recuperative care stays with onsite medical and behavioral health care for an estimated 400 unhoused Alameda County residents yearly.
Permanent Supportive Housing
The 100 housing studios will enable unhoused Alameda County residents 55 years and older to gain housing stability and successfully age in community.
Health Care Center
LifeLong Medical Care’s Health Care Center will provide integrated medical and behavioral health services.
The Resource Center will provide homelessness prevention services, case management, and housing placement assistance for an estimated 200 City of Alameda residents annually .
We are Expanding our Circle of Prominent Funders and Supporters