We provide substance abuse, mental health, and homeless services
to the residents of Monterey County.
Our volunteers evaluate, care for, and find homes for displaced
or abandoned German Shepherd Dogs.
For 25 years, we have supported anyone affected by breast or
ovarian cancer with, free personalized services that inform and
We support, educate, and inspire families and the community to
build bright futures for youth and adults with special needs.
Working at the intersection of social, economic, and
environmental change, we are focused on climate change
mitigation, social equity, and shifting to a regenerative
Operates programs geared toward helping our region’s most
vulnerable children and youth: those with complex trauma and
severe emotional and behavioral issues.
Youth in need of empathy and confidence train dogs in need of
adoption. Youth contribute to their community and gain
self-respect through the human-animal bond.
We provide free legal representation and social service referrals
for unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children.
Improve quality of life for persons with Celiac Disease; promote
awareness of disease among general public, medical practitioners,
consumer product manufacturers and restaurants.
Programs for all abilities–children, families, Veterans,
disabled, and underserved. To increase mobility, ability,
fitness, literacy, social/work skills, including sports and
24-hour crisis intervention and counseling for survivors of
sexual abuse/assault. Safety awareness education and prevention
to the community. Child abuse prevention education to public
To provide immediate financial assistance to CMC employees and
staff in times of catastrophe and medical need due to unforeseen
Provide wilderness camping facilities, experiences, educational
opportunities, health care and counseling for hearing impaired
We operate Camp Okizu, a variety of medically supervised
residential camps and peer support programs for children with
cancer and their families.
Provides direct support and assistance to victims of crime and
their families, collaborates with district attorneys, law
enforcement, and others determined to enhance public safety.
The Education Foundation was established in 1993 and is committed
to supporting land surveying students and programs.
Providing home furnishings to Veterans, Active Duty, Reservists,
unite them with rescued animals so they can be trained to become
service dogs at no cost.
We offer a variety of clinical, crisis, educational, outreach,
and supportive services, including a 24/7/365 suicide crisis
line, designed to strengthen family and community life.
We provide support for legal immigration and citizenship, tattoo
removal, and assists families with support for Cal Fresh,
Medi-Cal, Eviction Prevention, and Nutrition Education.
We give children in need new sneakers so that they can attend
school with dignity and joy, prepared to learn, play and thrive.