CONTACT

INTERIM CONTACT INFORMATION

P.O. BOX 3222, MONTEREY, CA 93942

831.649.4522

TTY users may call 711

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Interim does not respond to requests for individual assistance through the website. Please call 831.649.4522 for general inquiries regarding our services and housing.

If you have a mental illness and are homeless, or are at-risk of becoming homeless, you may call our MCHOME homeless outreach program at 831.883.3030 for more information. Please be advised, MCHOME does not respond to emergencies.

If you are in crisis, please call 911 and ask for assistance.

Other Crisis Phone Numbers:
Suicide Prevention Hotline (bilingual) 877.663.5433
Domestic Violence Crisis Line (bilingual) 831.372.6300
Natividad Hospital, Mental Health Crisis Line 831.755.4111

Monterey County Health Department Services/Mental Health Assessments:
For information on obtaining an assessment for behavioral/mental health services through the Monterey County Health Department’s Behavioral Health Bureau, please call 888.258.6029. The Monterey County Behavioral Health Bureau also maintains a detailed Information Page  on how/where to begin accessing their services.

For general community service inquiries, please call 211, United Way’s information and referral helpline.

Other resources:
Sams Guide (comprehensive general information and referral; updated annually; website also includes a list of emergency food resources)

NAMI Monterey County (education, support, and resources for families, loved ones, and consumers)

Our 504 Coordinator:

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 establishes that it is unlawful to discriminate based on disability in Federally assisted programs. This section provides that no otherwise qualified individual shall, solely by reason of his or her disability, be excluded from participation (including employment), denied program benefits, or subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal funding assistance. Section 504 also contains design and construction accessibility provisions for multi-family dwellings developed or substantially rehabilitated for first occupancy on or after March 13, 1991.

To speak with Interim’s designated 504 Coordinator, contact Kate Spacher, Quality Assurance Manager, at (831) 676-3715, ext. 540.