Alameda County Hepatitis A Vaccine Resources
The HCH Program will update this list as more resources become available.
For updated Hepatitis A information and resources for Alameda County, click here.
To view a presentation about Hepatitis A for homeless services providers click here.
Make Sure You're Immunized Against Hepatitis A!
People who have a medical home -- including folks with medi-cal or HealthPAC -- should contact their primary care provider to get a Hepatitis A vaccine.
Here is a list of primary care providers and contact numbers.
Individuals with medi-cal can receive the vaccine at many pharmacies. You can call Medi-Cal member services on the back of their Medi-Cal card to learn which pharmacies are in network. Generally it will be the pharmacy where you pick up any medications you are taking.
- The Family Justice Center is open every Thursday for vaccinations. Just show up 1pm-4pm. (470 27th St,/Telegraph Oakland, (510) 267-3230). No insurance is required.
- Highland Hospital (1411 E. 31st St, Oakland) is offering vaccinations to people experiencing homelessness
- South County (Hayward, Fremont, Castro Valley) street encampment sites: Please call Abode Street Medicine outreach coordinator Gil at 510-598-6310, and they can link you with a place and time to get a vaccine. Se also below schedule.
Health Care for the Homeless Mobile Clinic and Hepatitis A Immunization Sites:
Free vaccines available to people experiencing homelessness on the HCH mobile clinic, street outreach, and at Hepatitis A Immunization Sites provided by the County of Alameda and the City of Berkeley, according to the below Schedule: