Since 1976, Eden I&R has been fulfilling its mission of connecting Alameda County residents and employees to resources. The agency’s current programs include AIDS Housing Information Program (AHIP), working with people living with HIV/AIDS to secure housing and other supportive services; Disaster Preparedness and Response; and 211 Alameda County.  211, the agency’s largest program, is the free, 3-digit dialing code that links people, 24/7 and in multiple languages, to people in need of critical health, housing, human, and disaster resources.

Resource Contact Name Alison DeJung
Contact Phone 5105372710
Contact Email
Instructions (How to obtain resources) Dial 211 any time of day or night, seven days a week or text zip code to 898-211 Monday through Friday between 9 and 4:30, or search our online services directory at or our affordable housing database at
Volunteers Needed Yes
Volunteering Information (Duties / Roles Needed Eden I&R utilizes volunteers throughout the year in a variety of roles--from assisting with administrative duties such as answering the admin line, filing, etc.; working in the Housing Department assisting Housing staff with contacting landlords and property managers to update the Housing Database; making follow-up quality assurance calls in 211; assisting the IT staff with various projects; and helping the Development Manager with assorted fundraising projects.
Volunteer Coordinator (Contact Information) Jeanette Mills,, 510-537-2710
COVID-19 Note Though all of the agency's programs are still operating, all staff are working remotely and most of our normal volunteer projects are on hold. Should people be interested in volunteering during the Shelter in Place, the agency could use help with updating records in the Services Database and being trained to assist in handling some calls to 211 for resources.
Date Updated April 14, 2020
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