Bio-One of Fremont decontamination and biohazard cleaning services

Bio-One of Fremont, a leader in crime scene cleanup and biohazard decontamination

Fremont, CA - Family-owned and operated, Bio-One of Fremont is a leader in crime scene cleanup and biohazard decontamination services in Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties.

Whether you need help remediating a crime scene, suicide, or other trauma event in the San Francisco Bay Area, they are ready to answer the call.

Since joining the Bio-One family, Bio-One of Fremont has continually grown and provided a very valuable service to families around the Bay area.

The scenes they remediate are often overwhelming and dangerous, but the crew are trained and experienced and here for you. It is a wonderful service they provide.

Kevin Jameson, owner, states - "We hope you never need our service, but in the case of an unattended death, suicide, or a violent crime, Bio-one of Fremont is here to help families and loved ones so that they do not have to go through additional trauma of cleaning up. Our goal is to allow families to start the grieving and healing process while we restore the property for them".

As a former crime scene technician, Kevin describes that when there is a death, only the body is removed and the family is left with the aftermath. That's where Bio-One helps. Using proper equipment to remove biohazards and medical waste safely in addition to proper PPE and hazmat suits, Bio-One allows the family to safely return to their home.

Most jobs are covered by homeowners insurance, and Bio-One of Fremont realizes that working with an insurance company can be overwhelming during difficult times. Bio-One of Fremont has dedicated staff who work directly with your insurance company from opening a claim to submitting all necessary documentation to close it upon completion.

"Anything trauma scene-related or death-related is typically covered by homeowners insurance so our clients only pay a deductible for our services"

Coordinating with the insurance company allows family members to focus on healing and supports Bio-One of Fremont's motto, "Help First, Business Second"!

A portion of their business is also hoarding. You can find a guide on their website.

They also provide cleaning for people with mental health or mobility issues. Bio-One of Fremont crew members are certified in Mental Health First Aid and have completed additional training with the San Francisco County Department of Mental Health to further assist their clients.

Additionally, Bio-One does cleanouts when residents or tenants leave behind a large mess or odors related to mold, cigarette and cannabis smoke.

Bio-One provides many services and resources which can be found on its website.

They answer the call 24/7 and are here to help you.

Their company vehicles are also unmarked for your privacy.

Bio-One of Fremont has a 5-star rating and have received numerous testimonials which can be found on their website.

Located in Fremont and Livermore, you can reach them by phone at 925-369-3096 or via email at mailto: info@bioonefremont.com

Find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bio.one.fremont or visit their website at www.bioonefremont.com.



If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (en español: 1-888-628-9454; deaf and hard of hearing: dial 711, then 1-800-273-8255) or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.


Girl Upset - Suicide Prevention Resources

According to the American Psychiatric Association, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States and the second leading cause of death (after accidents) for people aged 10 to 34. And according the CDC, published reports from 2020 suggest that the pandemic has had a negative effect on children’s mental health. 

“Beginning in April 2020, the proportion of children’s mental health–related ED visits among all pediatric ED visits increased and remained elevated through October. Compared with 2019, the proportion of mental health–related visits for children aged 5–11 and 12–17 years increased approximately 24%. and 31%, respectively.”

Researchers have yet to link recent suicides to the pandemic since 2020 suicide data is not yet available. But on the ground, there's growing concern.

The February 2021 NPR article “Child Psychiatrists Warn That The Pandemic May Be Driving Up Kids' Suicide Risk” explores possible correlation. Takeaways include:

  • NPR spoke with providers at hospitals in seven states across the country, and all of them reported a similar trend: More suicidal children are coming to their hospitals — in worse mental states.
  • The number of kids with suicide attempts coming to the emergency room at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, in California, in the fall of 2020 was double the number in the fall of 2019.
  • At Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, the number of children and teens hospitalized after suicide attempts went up from 67 in 2019 to 108 in 2020. And October 2020 saw a 250% increase in these numbers over the previous October.

For ways to help kids at risk, NPR encourages readers to read Part 2 of their story, “Make Space, Listen, Offer Hope: How To Help A Child At Risk Of Suicide”.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Survivors of Suicide – What to Do Next

The loss of a loved one by suicide can be a deeply painful and traumatizing experience; however, it’s important to know that everyone experiences suicide loss in their own way. As you begin the process of healing, consider reading the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s guide for to talk to others about what happened and identify ways to take care of yourself

Additionally, if you have lost someone to suicide, there may be a cleanup required. There is no need for family or friends of the loved one to be further traumatized or overwhelmed with trying to figure out how to clean the impacted area. Bio-One is here for you. Learn more about Bio-One’s suicide remediation services. 


If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (en español: 1-888-628-9454; deaf and hard of hearing: dial 711, then 1-800-273-8255) or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.