The Alameda Wellness Campus is
creating a
 national model of integrated care

The 3.6-acre campus, adjacent to a shoreline park and beach,
will serve an estimated 700 unhoused Alameda County residents annually

Comprehensive Care


  • 50-bed Medical Respite Center
  • Primary care health clinic
  • 100 supportive housing units for seniors 
  •  Homelessness prevention program

Integrated Service Model 

Fostering health recovery, stable housing, medical respite and dignified end of life care for unhoused Alameda County residents.

Collaboratively Shaped Model

Stellar engagement from community leaders, individuals who have experienced homelessness, neighbors and health providers

Imagine being discharged from the hospital to your tent.”

“The Wellness Campus is a new model of care for our nation by providing housing, health care, and dignity for our unsheltered relatives living and dying on our streets.”

  Arnold Perkins, Community Leader & Campus Champion Former Director, Alameda County Public Health Department

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