Alameda Point Collaborative

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Advocacy & Volunteering

A unique neighborhood located on 34 acres of Alameda Point. Comprised of formerly homeless residents, staff and volunteers who are dedicated to building their lives in a compassionate community. APC operates a community garden, bike shop, commercial plant nursery, health center and community center.

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