Community Outreach

About Eden I&R/2-1-1 Alameda County Community Outreach

Eden I&R’s (EIR) mission is to link people and resources. EIR’s 2-1-1 Alameda County Communication System is a free, 24/7 multilingual phone service through which live Resource Specialists provide critical health, housing, and human service information. EIR strives to ensure that all Alameda County residents and employees, particularly the most vulnerable in the community, have easy access to information about appropriate and useful services and housing. Additionally, 2-1-1 becomes THE public communication vehicle in the event of a local, regional, or countywide disaster.

Community Outreach Event

Hundreds Of Community Events, Trainings, and Fairs

Every year EIR staff and volunteers attend hundreds of community events, trainings, and fairs throughout the county to make people aware of 2-1-1 Alameda County as well as some of the valuable programs contained in the Services Database such as CalFresh and Medi-Cal. EIR staff also provides a variety of disaster preparedness trainings and distributes disaster-related information to the public.

More Information

For more information about disaster preparedness trainings and workshops or for presentations on 2-1-1 Alameda County and Eden I&R’s other programs, contact our Development & Outreach Associate, Bridget Schultz at

If you’d like to be an Eden I&R Volunteer Ambassador, representing the agency by tabling at events and local fairs, contact Jeanette Mills at to set up an Ambassador orientation.