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Dennis Evanosky &nbsp&nbsp Alameda Point Collaborative Executive Director Doug Biggs invites the public to tour the future Alameda Wellness and Medical Respite Center on McKay Avenue this weekend. Above, Biggs stands in front of plans for the center still under review.

Center Open House Set for this Saturday

Dec 03,2019

Alameda Point Collaborative (APC) is hosting an open house at 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Alameda Wellness and Medical Respite Center on McKay Avenue. APC will present the draft Good Neighbor Policy and provide updates on the design and development of the project.

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Courtesy photo  Alameda Point Collaborative teens regularly prepare healthy meals in the organization’s central kitchen. The meals are delivered to a nonprofit clinic that serves low-income women with cancer and their families.

APC Hosts Outreach Tour

Apr 12,2016

Alameda Point Collaborative (APC) will host its community outreach tour from 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 20, at its urban farm at Alameda Point. The tour will include visits to some of APC’s housing and service buildings, as well as the plant nursery and urban farm garden. 

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Alameda Point Collaborative -- The 50-bed Medical Respite Center will be a part of the Alameda Wellness Campus

APC Receives $4 Million for Respite Center

Mar 23,2023

The Alameda Alliance for Health (AAH) awarded Alameda Point Collaborative (APC) $4 million in funding for the development of the medical respite center at the future Alameda Wellness Campus. The AAH announced its Board of Directors approved the allocation to APC on March 15.

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Point Homes Burn

Apr 14,2020

Just before 5 p.m. April 7, the Alameda Fire Department responded to a structure fire in a six-unit apartment building in the 2500 block of Pensacola Road. The buildings are a part of Alameda Point Collaborative (APC). Upon arrival fire crews found heavy fire in two adjacent units. ⁣

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Suit Fails; New Wellness Center Moves Forward

Aug 27,2019

An Alameda County Superior Court judge ruled against the Friends of Crab Cove (FOCC) in their pursuit to stop the proposed senior housing and medical respite center for homeless individuals on McKay Avenue. 

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