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Page 1: MONTEREY COUNTY HOMELESS SERVICES RESOURCE GUIDEmcdss.co.monterey.ca.us/cap/download/CAP_HSRG_2015.pdfMONTEREY COUNTY HOMELESS SERVICES RESOURCE GUIDE April 2015 Coalition of Homeless

MONTEREY COUNTY HOMELESS SERVICES RESOURCE GUIDE

April 2015

Coalition of Homeless Services Providers

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The Coalition of Homeless Services Providers is the County’s designated Continuum of Care Coordinator (CoC). A CoC represents the totality of services and housing available to individuals and families in crisis/homelessness within a defined region. Monterey and San Benito Counties recently merged CoCs in order to create an integrated, regional approach to addressing homelessness. In 2009, new federal legislation was enacted by Congress called the HEARTH (Homeless Assistance, Rapid Transition to Housing) Act – which built upon the former McKinney-Vento legislation, but with a renewed focus on prevention and a systems-wide (at all levels-Federal, State & Local) approach to addressing and ending homelessness. In response, in Monterey and San Benito Counties, a new, HEARTH Act-compliant 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness (Plan) called Lead Me Home, was developed and adopted in late 2012 with representative input and guidance from local Counties’ Depts. Of Social Services, Behavioral Health, Public Health, Public Housing, Business and Civic Community, Law Enforcement, Justice, Community-Based Service Providers and Affordable Housing Developers, Targeted Population Government Services (Veterans, seniors, schools, youth) and local Elected Officials.

Coalition of Homeless Service Providers Martinez Hall, 220 12

th St.

Marina, CA 93933 Ph: (831) 883-3080 Fax: (831) 883-3085

[email protected]

Coalition of Homeless Services Providers

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The Community Action Partnership (CAP) was established in 1964 during President Johnson’s “War on Poverty.” CAP funding today is drawn down through Community Services Block Grants. The CAP is designated by the County Board of Supervisors to specifically provide a focal point to coordinate and plan for the provision of community services that support, assist, and empower low-income people and to improve their quality of life. The CAP engages in three major activities to achieve this mission: contracting with nonprofit and public agencies for services, collaborating with community stakeholders, and supporting educational community activities.

Monterey County Community Action Partnership

1000 S. Main St Salinas, CA 93901 (831) 755-8492

http://mcdss.co.monterey.ca.us/cap/

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In partnership with the Coalition of Homeless

Service Providers, the Community Action

Partnership has compiled this guide to assist the

community in connecting to resources that serve the

homeless and at-risk populations in Monterey

County.

This guide to homeless services in Monterey

County is comprised of public and non-profit

resources. The guide is not exhaustive and every

effort has been made to include accurate and

current information. Services in the community are

frequently changing and the details regarding

specific services provided should always been

confirmed directly by the individual agency. The

inclusions of services into this guide do not imply

recommendation or endorsement.

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DIRECTORY OF SERVICES

April 2015

PAGE

Emergency Shelter Resources 6

Community Kitchens 9

Transitional Housing 10

Rental Support Services 13

Ancillary Services 15

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EMERGENCY SHELTER RESOURCES

FRANCISCIAN WORKERS – WOMEN ALIVE! SHELTER

30 Soledad St.

Salinas, CA 93901

Administration

(831) 757-3838

www.dorothysplace.org

Emergency walk-in overnight shelter for street women. No I.D.

required. Homeless women may enter from 7-8:30pm every

night and must leave by 6:30am the next morning. Capacity of

16 beds per night. (No children)

I–HELP-OUTREACH UNLIMITED

P. O. Box 1447

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 251-8663

www.WeHelpIHELP.org

I-HELP (Interfaith Emergency Lodging Program) serves adult

homeless men. Individuals are transported from a central pick-

up point in Monterey to shelter offered by area houses of faith.

Service provided seven nights a week. Meals are provided.

INTERIM, INC – MANZANITA HOUSE

P. O. Box 3222

Monterey, CA 93942

(831) 649-4522

www.interiminc.org

MANZANITA HOUSE – Short-term residential crisis program for

people with psychiatric disabilities who are in psychological

distress or crisis. 30 day maximum stay.

INTERIM, INC - MCHOME

P. O. Box 3222

Monterey, CA 93942

(831) 883-3030

www.interiminc.org

MCHOME – Provides mobile outreach, supportive housing, and

intensive services to homeless adults with mental illness in

Monterey County.

PAJARO RESCUE MISSION

111 Railroad Ave.

Watsonville, CA 95076

(831) 722-2074

www.teenchallengemontereybay.org

Shelter for up to 35 homeless men in modern, well ventilated

dorms. Faith based organization provides food, support and

substance use counseling.

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SALVATION ARMY - FREDERIKSEN HOUSE

www.tsamonterey.com (831) 899-1071

Emergency shelter for men and women with children. Limited

stay and there is a waiting list. The Salvation Army also

provides case management, information & referral services.

SHELTER OUTREACH PLUS – SALINAS SHELTER

www.shelteroutreachplus.org (831) 422-2201

24-hour emergency shelter for battered and/or homeless

women and their children. Access to case management, support

groups, stocked and functional kitchen, donated clothing.

Bilingual staff.

SHELTER OUTREACH PLUS – SEASIDE SHELTER

www.shelteroutreachplus.org (831) 394-8372

Seaside Shelter for women and children. A 16-bed emergency

shelter home with access to food, clothing, and case

management services.

SHELTER OUTREACH PLUS – MEN’S LODGING PROGRAM

3050 Lexington Ct.

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 384-3388

www.shelteroutreachplus.org

Provides shelter, meals and support for homeless men,limited

stay. 14 beds available.

UNITED WAY 2-1-1

60 Garden Ct., Ste 350

Monterey, CA 93940

Dial - 211

www.211mc.org

Information and referral for community services in Monterey

County.

VICTORY MISSION

43 Soledad St.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 424-5688

Provides shelter, food, showers, and clothing. Provides

overnight shelter to homeless males 18yrs or older.

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YWCA Monterey County

915 Hilby Ave #26

Seaside, CA 93955

(831) 655-9222

www.ywcamc.org

236 Monterey St

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 422-8602

24 Hr Domestic

Violence Hotline:

(831) 372-6300 Crisis

(831) 757-1001

800-992-2151

Serves victims of domestic violence with emergency shelter

(women and children only) 24-hr confidential crisis hotlines.

Domestic Violence Restraining Orders, Civil Harassment

Restraining Orders, child custody, and divorce.

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COMMUNITY KITCHENS

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

404 Lincoln Ave.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 424-0855

http://salinasfirst.org/

Hot lunch is served Monday through Friday, 11:30-12:30pm.

FRANCISCIAN WORKERS - DOROTHY’S KITCHEN

30 Soledad St.

Salinas, CA 93901

Administration

(831) 757-3838

www.dorothysplace.org

Serves breakfast at 8:30 am and lunch at 1:00 pm every day to

persons in need. Provides food boxes for individuals and

families from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm weekdays only.

PAJARO RESCUE MISSION – PAJARO MEN’S CENTER

111 Railroad Ave.

Watsonville, CA 95076

(831) 722-2074

PAJARO MEN’S CENTER – Nourishing meals twice a day with

access to showers and clothing. Daily Bible services and other

supportive services provided daily.

SALVATION ARMY GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER - PENINSULA

800 Scott St.

Sand City, CA 93955

(831) 899-4988 M-F

8:30am-4:30pm

www.tsamonterey.com (closed 12-1pm)

Monday through Friday, coffee and pastry breakfast is served

8:30-10:30am, hot lunch is served 10:30-12pm.

Hope Mobile meal services parking area on Del Monte Naval

Postgraduate School, M-TH 11:30 am.

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TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

COMMUNITY HUMAN SERVICES – SAFE PASSAGE

544 Pearl St.

Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 717-4126

www.chservices.org

SAFE PASSAGE –Affordable housing facility in Monterey for

homeless youth and youth aging out of foster care, ages 18-21.

Rent is calculated at 30% of adjusted gross income.

FRANCISCAN WORKERS-HOUSE OF PEACE

30 Soledad St.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 757-3838

www.dorothysplace.org

Transitional living program that promotes and provides safety,

and stability for chronically homeless individuals. Case

management on site.

INTERIM, INC – SHELTER COVE

P. O. Box 3222

Monterey, CA 93942

(831) 384-7251

www.interiminc.org

SHELTER COVE – Transitional housing program for homeless

adults living with psychiatric disabilities. Two year program

designed to assist transition to independent living.

INTERIM, INC – BRIDGE HOUSE

P. O. Box 3222

Monterey, CA 93942

(831) 647-3000

www.interiminc.org

BRIDGE HOUSE – State-licensed, transitional residential

treatment program for adults living with both mental illness and

substance abuse and dependency disorders.

INTERIM, INC – TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAMS

P. O. Box 3222

Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 649-4522

www.interiminc.org

SOLEDAD HOUSE/SUNFLOWER GARDENS – Transitional

housing for individuals with mental illness.

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PAJARO RESCUE MISSION – CRISIS INDUCTION CENTER

111 Railroad Ave.

Watsonville, CA 95076

(831) 722-2074

www.teenchallengemontereybay.org

Intense daily routine for men and women with life controlling

problems. Strict supervision for minimum 30 day induction into

the program.

PUEBLO DEL MAR – HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF

MONTEREY

3043 MacArthur Dr.

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 582-9461

http://sunstreetcenters.org/

A safe, affordable, transitional housing program for homeless

families with children who are in recovery from substance

abuse.

SALVATION ARMY - CASA DE LAS PALMAS & PHASE II

HOUSING

www.tsamonterey.com (831) 899-1071

Transitional living center which assists parents and children on

their path to self sufficiency.

SHELTER OUTREACH PLUS – HOMEWARD BOUND

3087 Wittenmyer Ct.

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 384-3388

www.shelteroutreachplus.org

Transitional housing for low income, homeless, single mothers

with children. Support services such as counseling, education

workshops and case management.

SHELTER OUTREACH PLUS – LEXINGTON COURT

3050 Lexington Ct.

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 384-3388

www.shelteroutreachplus.org

Transitional housing for low income, homeless, intact (dual

parent) families with children or single fathers with children.

Support services such as counseling, education workshops and

case management also provided.

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SHELTER OUTREACH PLUS – MEN IN TRANSITION

3050 Lexington Ct.

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 384-3388

www.shelteroutreachplus.org

The Men In Transition program is a transitional living program

for men providing single occupancy rooms for single homeless

men with or without children who are committed to an

independent and sustainable lifestyle.

SHELTER OUTREACH PLUS – WOMEN IN TRANSITION

3050 Lexington Ct.

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 384-3388

www.shelteroutreachplus.org

The Women In Transition program provides housing for single

homeless women.

SUN STREET CENTERS – SEVEN SUNS

8 Sun St.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 753-5145

www.sunstreetcenters.org

Self-supporting transitional housing facilities for men seeking a

safe and supportive, clean and sober place to live. Supportive

services are available, including 12-step meetings & educational

workshops.

SUN STREET CENTERS- MENS RESIDENTAL PROGRAM

8 Sun St.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 753-5145

www.sunstreetcenters.org

State licensed recovery program for men seeking life free from

drugs and alcohol addiction. Services include 3 meals a day,

laundry facilities, planned activities, weekly after care, family

counseling and support groups.

VETERANS TRANSITION CENTER – HOUSING PROGRAM

220 12th St.

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 883-8387

www.vtcmonterey.org

Services for homeless veterans and their families through

transitional housing and counseling.Full-time case

management, assistance with VA healthcare and benefits, rent,

deposits and emergency referrals available.

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RENTAL SUPPORT SERVICES

CATHOLIC CHARITIES

1705 2nd Ave.

Salinas, CA 93905

922 Hilby Ave, Ste. C

Seaside, CA 93955

(831) 422-0602 (831) 393-3110

catholiccharitiescentralcoast.org

Catholic Charities family supportive services program provides

direct financial aid with rental, move-in, and utility assistance

as well as assistance with the CalFresh application.

CENTRAL COAST HIV/AIDS SERVICES

1121 Baldwin St.

Salinas, CA 93906

780 Hamilton Ave.

Seaside, CA 93955

(831) 442-3959 (831) 394-4747

www.cchas.org

Serves individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS in

Monterey and San Benito Counties. Programs provide

permanent and supportive housing for homeless

individuals/families living with HIV/AIDS.

HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF MONTEREY

123 Rico St.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 775-5000

www.hamonterey.org

Owns and manages low income housing developments. Also,

distributes vacancy rental listings to the public. The listings are

for available housing which accepts section 8 vouchers.

HOUSING RESOURCE CENTER

201-A John St.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 424-9186

(800) 946-1911

www.hrcmc.org

Homeless prevention, rental assistance and low-income housing

program referrals – Provides financial literacy education.

Housing Support Program for CalWORKs recipients.

INTERIM, INC – SANDY SHORES

P. O. Box 3222

Monterey, CA 93942

(831) 649-4522

www.interiminc.org

Permanent, affordable housing for homeless adults living with

psychiatric disabilities.

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INTERIM, INC – PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

P. O. Box 3222

Monterey, CA 93942

(831) 649-4522

www.interiminc.org

ACACIA HOUSE/CASA DE PALOMA/SUNFLOWER

GARDENS/ROCKROSE GARDENS – Permanent supportive

housing for individuals with mental illness.

MILITARY & VETERANS AFFAIRS OFFICE

1000 S. Main St., Ste. 209A

Salinas, CA 93901

1200 Aguajito Rd.

Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 647-7613 (831) 647-7613

www.co.monterey.ca.us/va

Services for military veterans include benefits claims

assistance, veteran’s van program. Survivors Assistance and

Special Outreach Services. HUD/VASH vouchers provided when

available.

VETERANS RESOURCE CENTERS OF AMERICA

40 Bonifacio Plaza

Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 375-1184

vetsresource.org

The Supportive Services for Veterans Families program focuses

on housing homeless or displaced veterans, and stabilizing

housing of at-risk veterans and their families. Funds can be

provided for a variety of housing needs including deposits, rent,

utilities, transportation and more.

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ANCILLARY SERVICES

CENTRAL COAST HIV/AIDS SERVICES

1121 Baldwin St.

Salinas, CA 93906

780 Hamilton Ave

Seaside, CA 93955

(831) 442-3959 (831) 394-4747

www.cchas.org

Serves individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS in

Monterey and San Benito Counties by providing safety net and

vital services.

CHISPA

295 Main St. #100

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 757-6251

www.chispahousing.org

CHISPA is a non-profit housing developer in Monterey County

that offers affordable rentals to families who qualify by income.

There is a waiting list and Section 8 Vouchers are not required.

CLINICA DE SALUD DEL VALLE DE SALINAS

Monterey County

Mobile Clinic

(831) 970-1972

www.csvs.org

Mobile clinic provides medical and dental care to the homeless

population. Site locations found on website.

COMMUNITY HUMAN SERVICES – SAFE PLACE

590 Pearl St. 2nd Floor (831) 373-4421

Monterey, CA 93940

Teen crisis line

(831) 241-0914

www.chservices.org

Safe Place is a program for runaway and homeless youth.

Provides services to address mental illness, substance

addiction, and homelessness. Services are free.

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER(FRC)-HOMELESS EDUCATION

110 S. Wood St., Rm. #K4

Salinas, CA 93905

(831) 809-3636 M-F

8am-2:30pm

The purpose of the FRC is to improve access to and delivery of

services that support the evolving needs of families in their

communities.

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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

404 Lincoln Ave.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 424-0855

salinasfirst.org/

Safe space day program is open 6:30-1pm. Use of computers,

telephones, restrooms, etc. Clothing closet also available

Sunday through Friday 10-11am and 12:30-1 pm.

FRANCISCIAN WORKERS - DOROTHY’S DROP-IN CENTER

30 Soledad St.

Salinas, CA 93901

Administration

(831) 757-3838

www.dorothysplace.org

Open every day except Tuesday and Sunday, 9:00am-1:00pm.

Showers, laundry, and mail services available. Connection to

social services both onsite and offsite. Walk-in free health clinic

on Wednesday, 12:30pm – 1:30pm.

FOOD BANK FOR MONTEREY COUNTY

815 W. Market St.

Salinas, CA 93901

M-F 7:30 am-4:30 pm

(800) 870-3663

www.foodbankformontereycounty.org

Provides emergency supplemental food to low-income residents

of Monterey County.

HEAP/ REACH

Home Energy Assistance

Program (HEAP)

(888) 728-3637

Relief for Energy Assistance through

Community Help (REACH)

(800) 933-9677

www.energyservices.org

Assists low income families with paying their PG&E bill. The

Salvation Army hosts HEAP on Thursdays from 9:30 am-12pm

at 2460 North Main St in Salinas (443-9655). The Salvation

Army Sand City (899-4988) hosts REACH Services Monday

through Friday from 1 pm- 4:30 pm.

MONTEREY COUNTY AGING AND ADULT SERVICES

800-510-2020

mcdss.co.monterey.ca.us/aging/

Information and assistance; adult protective services and in-

home supportive services.

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MONTEREY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

New applicants call: 866-323-1953

Current recipients call: 877-410-8823

1000 S. Main St., Ste. 216

Salinas, CA 93901

mcdss.co.monterey.ca.us/

Applications for community benefits – Medi-Cal, or CalFresh

(Food Stamps) programs. General Assistance and CalWORKs

programs provide limited financial support for those who

qualify.

MONTEREY COUNTY RAPE CRISIS CENTER

(831) 373-3955

(831)375-4357

Monterey, CA 93942

(831) 771-0411

(831) 424-4357

Salinas, CA 93902

www.mtryrapecrisis.org

24 hour crisis line with information and referrals regarding

sexual assault and violence. Provides in-person support for law

enforcement, medical, and/or court processes. Individual

therapy provided at low cost and access to support groups and

services.

PASS THE WORD MINISTRY, INC

One Starfish Safe Parking and Supportive Services

Phone: (831) 275-5167

Provides hot breakfast for persons experiencing homelessness

on Saturday mornings near El Estero Park at 9:00 am and on

Sunday mornings at Windows by the Bay at 9:30 am. A safe

parking program with support services is also offered.

SALVATION ARMY – GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER - PENINSULA

800 Scott St.

Sand City, CA 93955

(831) 899-4988

M-F 8:30-4:30pm

(closed 12-1pm)

www.tsamonterey.com

Day Center in Sand City serves homeless and low income

clientele. Supportive services include showers, and access to

phone, fax, computers, food donations, laundry machines,

clothing closet, spiritual counseling and rental assistance to

qualified families.

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SALVATION ARMY – SALINAS CENTER

2460 North Main St.

Salinas, CA 93906

(831) 443-9655

www.tsagoldenstate.org

Community center with a variety of family services including

Christian Workshop, Bible studies, after school programs, and

services for seniors.

SHELTER OUTREACH PLUS – M.O.S.T. VAN

Mobile Services to Salinas, North County (Pajaro), South

County (Gonzales) and Monterey Peninsula

(831) 384-3388

shelteroutreachplus.org

The Mobile Outreach Service Team (M.O.S.T.) program

operates 5 days a week and distributes blankets, tarps, food,

toiletries, and more to homeless people that live outdoors. On-

site case management is also provided.

SHELTHER OUTREACH PLUS – 12th STREET DAY CENTER

299 Twelfth St., Ste. C

Marina, CA 93933

MW 1:30 pm-3:30 pm-women

T 1:30pm -3:30pm-men

(831) 384-3388

shelteroutreachplus.org

Services include: transportation, laundry facilities, computer

access, mental health assistance and social service referrals,

warm shower & microwave.

SUICIDE CRISIS LINE

(831) 649-8008

(877) 663-5433 24 hr Crisis Line

Suicide prevention service of the Central Coast operates a 24

hour/7 day a week hotline serving Santa Cruz, Monterey, and

San Benito Counties.

SUN STREET CENTERS-OUTPATIENT COUNSELING

12 Peach Dr.

Salinas, CA 93901

www.sunstreetcenters.org

(831) 753-6001

For men and women. Individual and group counseling for

people struggling with alcohol or drug abuse. Bi-lingual services

available.

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SUNRISE HOUSE

119 Capitol St.

Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 758-3302

www.sunrisehouse.org

Services for at-risk teens - Youth and family counseling for a

variety of issues including drugs and alcohol, violence, and

crisis matters.

THE GATHERING PLACE FOR WOMEN

Moose Lodge

555 Canyon del Rey Blvd.

Del Rey Oaks, CA 93901

(831) 238-7794 voicemail

www.thegatheringplacemonterey.org

A refuge for unsheltered women, hot lunch, clothing,

emergency assistance, referrals to services and “Next Step”

assistance. Tuesdays, 11:30-1:30 pm

UNITED WAY 2-1-1

60 Garden Ct., Ste 350

Monterey, CA 93940

Dial - 211

www.211mc.org

Information and referral for community services in Monterey

County.

VETERANS RESOURCE CENTERS OF AMERICA

40 Bonifacio Plaza

Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 375-1184

Monday-Friday

8:00am-5:00pm

vetsresource.org

The Supportive Services for Veterans Families program focuses

on housing homeless or displaced veterans, and stabilizing

housing of at-risk veterans and their families. Funds can be

provided for a variety of housing needs including deposits, rent,

utilities, transportation and more.

VETERANS TRANSITION CENTER – MARTINEZ HALL DAY

PROGRAM

220 12th St.

Marina, CA 93933

(831) 883-8387

www.vtcmonterey.org

Support services to homeless veterans including food, clothing,

and blankets. Referrals to housing through local agencies and

support accessing VA benefits. Emergency and case

management services referred as available.

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