Goodwill accepts vehicle donations. Some vehicles are used as part of Wheels-to-Work programs that provide reliable transportation to help people stay on the job. Other Goodwills use the proceeds from the sale of your vehicle to fund important job training and employment programs for people with disabilities and other disadvantaging conditions that...
Agency: MONTEREY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (MCDSS), CALWORKS EMPLOYMENT SERVICES (CWES)
Helps pregnant and parenting teens to attend and graduate from high school or its equivalent. Intensive case management assists teen parents to obtain education, health and social services. Also offers supportive services including payments for necessary child care, transportation and educational expenses enable pregnant and parenting teens to atte...
NOTE: During Coronavirus response period, services are available by phone (March 24th)Provides in-home assistance, personal care, and companionship including: Cooking Errands Shopping Bathing Grooming Housekeeping Laundry Transportation
Agency: MONTEREY PENINSULA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (MPUSD)
Acts as a link between family, shelter, school system, and community resources to coordinate educational services for homeless and foster students. Provides Stuff the Bus school supplies, lunch program, school uniforms, and school transportation for homeless and foster students.
Agency: MONTEREY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (MCDSS), AGING AND ADULT SERVICES
NOTE: Services are available by phone during Coronavirus COVID-19 response period. (March 17th)Provides information, referral, and assistance with senior housing, transportation, in home care, public benefits, financial assistance, employment, volunteer opportunities, recreational activities, meal delivery, and lunch programs.
Agency: MONTEREY COUNTY MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS OFFICE (MVAO)
NOTE: Services are suspended during Coronavirus COVID-19 response period. (March 18th)Provides transportation to Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Palo Alto and San Jose Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic from Monterey County.
Offers an in-home 60-minute visit once a week which includes a one-on-one educational curriculum, parenting skills and strategies, socialization meetings twice a month, information and referral, screenings and assessments and assistance with transportation for families.
This program provides respite services, shopping assistance, transportation to medical appointments, and peer counseling.This program also helps family caregivers caring for seniors with age related diseases (dementia).
This program offers free transportation for the children and their caregivers to the prison. Each child is provided a travel bag, photo with his/her parent, and meals for the day. On the trip home, a teddy bear with a letter from their parent and post-event counseling is done.