Take care of yourself!

One of the leading causes of homelessness is a person’s lack of healthcare. There are many resources in our community that can be afforded to you at little to no costs if you qualify.

You have options to prevent or treat illness and you should take advantage of that. People who do not tend to their healthcare needs put themselves at risk for life-altering events, including ruined credit, preventable disease, and potential loss of housing stability.

Below are local resources that can assist you with your health needs. Click on applicable tabs to learn more about agencies and programs.

Coordinated Assessment and Referral System (CARS)

Healthcare needs by type

Clinica De Salud

Clinic Locations: Salinas, Greenfield, King City, Soledad, Castroville, Seaside, Gonzales, and Chualar.

Mobile Clinic

  • Services at clinics include medical, dental, optometry, behavioral health, OB/GYN, pediatrics, internal medicine, and orthopedics.
  • Cost is on a sliding fee scale. Medicare, Medi-Cal, and Covered California insurance accepted.
  • Mobile Clinic serves homeless communities in the Monterey Peninsula, Salinas’s Chinatown District, and the Pajaro River District in Northern Monterey County. This location provides dental and medical care.
  • Comprehensive healthcare with an emphasis on farmworkers families For the mobile clinic schedule, click here

Natividad Medical Center 

1441 Constitution Blvd. Salinas, CA 93906 (831) 755-4111

  • Trauma Center
  • Provides referrals to the respite center (for people that are not ill enough to stay in the hospital but need a place to stay after being released)

*CHOMP and Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital also have referrals*

San Benito Health Foundation

351 Felice Drive, Hollister, CA 95023 (831) 637-5306

Whole Person Care

1270 Natividad Rd, Salinas (831)755-4500
1111 San Felipe Road, Suite 109. Hollister (831) 638-3383

  • Provides case management for vulnerable Medi-Cal recipients.
  • Assesses your health, housing, and social service needs
  • Refers you to therapists, housing services, employment training
  • Assists with transportation, food and nutrition, support groups

Planned Parenthood (For men and women) 

Seaside: 625 Hilby Ave  – (831)-394-1691

Salinas: 316 N Main St – (831)-758-8261

Watsonville: 398 S Green Valley Rd – (831)-724-7525

Gilroy (closest to San Benito) 760 Renz Lane – (408)-847-1739

*Not every clinic offers the same services. Please call in advance to ensure proper treatment*

  • Abortion
  • Birth Control
  • General Health Care
  • HIV Testing
  • LGBTQ Services
  • STD Testing, Treatment, and Vaccines
  • Morning-after Pill (Emergency Contraception)
  • Pregnancy Testing and Services
  • Women’s Health Care (pap smears, breast exams, checkups for sexual/reproductive health, infertility, and much more)
  • Men’s Health Care (checkups for sexual/reproductive health, colon cancer screenings, jock itch, erectile dysfunction, infertility)

Monterey County Dept. of Behavioral Health

1441 Constitution Blvd. Bldg. 400, Suite 202, Salinas
299 12th Street, Suite A, Marina
359 Gabilan Drive, Soledad
200 Broadway Street, Suite 70, King City

Toll-Free: (888) 258-6029   TYY/TDD: 831-796-1788

  • ACCESS Services
  • Adult Services
  • Children & Youth Services
  • Addictions Services

San Benito County Dept. of Behavioral Health

1131 San Felipe Road, Hollister
(831) 636-4020 or free 24 hr. access: (888) 636-4020

  • Crisis Intervention
  • Outpatient Treatment
  • Medication Services
  • Case Management
  • Substance Use Disorder Treatments
  • Referrals to other County-based Organizations
  • Additional Services Available (School services, Information & Referrals, Hospitalization)

Interim, Inc.

Various locations in Monterey County
(831) 649-4522 (831)883-3030

  • Provides outreach, housing, and intensive, integrated services to homeless adults with psychiatric disabilities.

Genesis House

1152 Sonoma Ave, Seaside (831) 899-2436

  • Comprehensive assessment, case management, and individualized treatment planning using evidence-based practices
  • Individual and group counseling with on- and off-site 12 step meetings
  • Relapse prevention
  • Links to education, training, employment services, housing services, and other community resources
  • Aftercare

Sun Street Centers

MEN’S RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM
Salinas
(831) 753-5145

WOMEN’S RESIDENTIAL AND PERINATAL TREATMENT PROGRAM
Hollister
(831) 265-7317

OUTPATIENT COUNSELING SERVICES – WOMEN, MEN, AND TEENS
Offered in Salinas, Marina, Seaside, and King City.
(831) 753-6001

MEN’S RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM AND WOMEN’S RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM
King City
(831) 525-8101

Sober Living Environment – MEN AND WOMEN
Hollister
Women (831) 262-7317 – Men (831) 240-5870

Pueblo Del Mar Family Recovery Community
Marina
(831) 582-9461

  • On-site childcare & after school tutoring
  • Mental health services, job development, 12 step meetings, case management
  • Must be sober and pass random drug tests

Door to Hope

130 W. Gabilan St, Salinas     (831) 758-0181

  • Different types of residential recovery programs for women, pregnant women or women with children, and teen women
  • Services include counseling, motivational enhancement therapy, 12 step therapy, and more.

Turning Point

San Luis St., Salinas      (831) 422-9171

**Referrals to the program are made by Case Managers in the Federal System and Probation Officers in the County System.

  • Substance abuse treatment, including NA/AA meetings
  • Job placement
  • Family reunification
  • Life skills and literacy programs

Access Support Network

340 Church Street, Salinas     (831) 975-5016

  • Benefits Counseling – Insurance and benefit programs such as SSI, SSDI, Medi-Cal, Medicare, ADAP, OAHIPP, and private insurance programs can be confusing and daunting to those trying to utilize them.
  • Heath Counseling – For clients, family members, and the public, current HIV and AIDS information is vital. ASN’s Health Counselor, provides current treatment information, is a link to the medical community for the agency and, for clients, and is able to give referrals to physicians, discuss drug side effects and disease progression.
  • Housing Services – Finding suitable and stable housing for our clients is one of our highest priorities. ASN’s Housing & Benefits Specialists advises clients, assists with housing searches is the liaison with local housing programs (such as Section 8), and works with clients concerning utilities.
  • Syringe Exchange Program – Since 2017, Access Support Network has operated a syringe exchange program out of the Chinatown Health Services Center in Salinas, CA. For more information on statistics, please click here
  • Financial Assistance – Assistance is available to ASN’s HIV+ clients from the Housing Opportunities for People With AIDS (HOPWA) program:
    • Transportation for out of county medical appointments
    • Health Insurance
    • Utility Assistance
    • Rental Assistance
    • ADAP/OAHIPP Enrollment Assistance