HEAP & Homeless Shelters
TOWN HALL: Update on Homeless Emergency Aid Program & Potential Locations for Homeless Shelter
The meeting, co-hosted by Monterey County Supervisor Jane Parker, Monterey County Supervisor Mary Adams, Assemblymember Mark Stone, and Community Foundation for Monterey County was held on Wednesday January 16, 2019 at the Community Foundation Monterey County.
The State has approved $12.5 million in Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) funds for our region. Local projects are beginning to take shape, including a potential homeless shelter to serve the Monterey Peninsula. This Town Hall provided an update about the local HEAP process and timeline, possible homeless shelter locations to serve the Monterey Peninsula, and ideas about how every Peninsula city can support homeless solutions.
The agenda included a panel presentation by local homeless service providers who could apply for HEAP funds to expand shelter beds on the Monterey Peninsula.
Veterans Transition Center at Martinez Hall in Marina (Jack Murphy )
County of Monterey Social Services Modular Building on the corner of Broadway and Noche Buena in Seaside (Carl Holm )
Community Human Services Transitional Age Youth Shelter in Monterey (Robin McCrae)
Orphan Productions and One Starfish Safe Parking Program sites across Monterey Peninsula (Dorien)
I HELP (Jan Mason)
Community Homeless Solutions operates programs in Marina and Salinas – (Reyes Bonila)
Gatherings for Women day program for Women in Monterey (Jennifer Dalton)
Handouts distributed at the meeting may be downloaded from the links below.
To get updates about the HEAP RFP process please sign up to receive updates from the Coalition of Homeless Service Providers.