The Care for Community Resource Directory is intended to provide members of the Monterey County community with important contact information for organizations and agencies involved in providing disaster assistance following emergencies of all kinds.
For ease of use it is organized by needs as shown in the left-hand column. The Directory provides contact information for commonly known providers of disaster resources operating in Monterey County. It does not include all available resources that may be present in the county, region or state. Additional resources will be added as they are identified. The Office of Emergency Services updates the guide on a periodic basis; however, resource and contact information are subject to change without notice. Resource Guide. South County.
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County Guidance. Salinas Guidance Spanish. Salinas Checklist Spanish. Eligible tenants may apply to receive 25 percent of their unpaid rent accrued between April 1,and March 31, Renters can also receive financial assistance to pay future rent, equal to 25 percent of their monthly fee. Virtual School Day. Virtual Summer Camps.
Target will be reserving the first hour 8 am-9 am of each Wednesday for the elderly and those with underlying health concerns so they can shop more safely. Walmart will offer special shopping hours for those over 60 years old.
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Those customers will be allowed to come into the store one hour before it opens 6 am-7 am on Tuesdays from March 24 through April Dollar General recently announced the first opening hour each operating day 8 am-9 am everyday will be reserved for senior customers. The stores will also be closing an hour early to allow for time to restock shelves.
Safeway will also reserve time for its elderly customers. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 a. Whole Foods Market stores in the United States and Canada will open an hour early 8 am-9 am everyday for customers age 60 and older. More schools will be added to this list as services are confirmed.
Community Counseling for individual, couples, and families will continue to be offered remotely on a sliding scale. Victims of Crime in South County continue to be offered remotely. We will consider taking new Community Counseling referrals on a case-by-case basis.
Children 1st classes for divorcing and separating families will be offered remotely for parents. Based upon age and appropriateness, children will be considered for the classes on a case-by-case basis.
We are serving new and existing families. Our Teen Success, Inc. Individual coaching sessions and weekly peer learning groups continue to take place virtually every week.
: vnainfo ccvna. Monterey County Behavioral Health has developed a variety of opportunities for social connection, information sharing, and live discussions to bring us together virtually. Alert MontereyCounty Nixle. Testing Locations and Information. To speak with someone directly contact United Way.
LIN K. Monterey County Office of Emergency Services. View Full Site. Contact Information. Hotline for Older Adults. This hotline is specifically for older adults who have questions about resources and in need of assistance such as medication and grocery delivery. California Volunteer Corps. Hotline for Emotional Support.
The Friendship Line is both a crisis intervention hotline and a warmline for non emergency emotional support calls. This hotline runs 24 hours, is toll-free, and was deed to help older adults and those living with disabilities around the country. They also make outreach calls to lonely older adults. Institute on Aging.
American Language Resources. Here are the YouTube listings available now. Watch for this on Facebook and other social media.
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Washington Department of Health. Assistance for Veterans. Provides advocacy, assistance and services for veterans and military members. Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services. Currently providing services remotely throughvideophone, Skype, Zoom, Marco Polo, and text. Also offer. Services provided include: communication assistance, counseling, job development and placement, community education that's on hold for nowinformation and referral, advocacy, independent living skills instruction, and other specialized services and programs.
For instance, they provide case management and home visits for families with Deaf and Hard of Hearing children, Deaf and Hard of Hearing senior citizens, and Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals needing assistance.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Center. Beyond Prisons is working with people around the United States to build resources for supporting incarcerated people during the Coronavirus pandemic. Beyond Prisons. Assistance for Older Adults and Individuals with Disabilities. Provides information, referral, programs, and assistance for older adults and individuals with disabilities.
Including food and medicine delivery. Alliance on Aging. County State Resource Guide. Child and Home Care Resource. Nonprofit technology organization connecting qualified child care and home care workers to those who need care. Carina Care. Child Care Support. The YMCA.
Hearts and Hands Preschool. Monterey County Child Care. Continuing Development Inc. Californians working in essential sectors during the COVID response need safe, reliable, and accessible child care options. California State Government. Child and Family Resources. Resource information for families. First 5 Monterey County. Family Support Services. Catholic Charities.