Our compassionate staff build a warm, friendly, safe place for San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley residents, offering stability and hope for the future. Mountain Community Resources is part of the Community Bridges family of programs. (Para Español, desplácese hacia abajo y en el icono de Google seleccione "Spanish." La información estara traducida a partir de allí.)
Bi-lingual short and long-term advocacy, helping our community access resources and set goals to address issues of housing, employment, healthcare, education, substance abuse, domestic violence prevention, childcare and more.
Support for probation-assigned youth and their families in San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley communities, including case management, community outreach, coordination of court mandates and more. Our afterschool program for middle and high school students is Tues. & Wed. from 2:30 to 4:30pm.
Join us for free parenting resources, crafts, music, stories and healthy snacks every Wednesday from 10:30am to 12pm at Felton Covered Bridge Park from April to October, and Mountain Community Resources from November to March.
We offer group classes and one-on-one sessions, helping parents address a wide range of topics including preventing tantrums, traveling in the car, managing chores, the power of self-esteem, and more. Classes are available in English and Spanish. Please contact us at 831-335-6600 to learn more.
We offer Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) trainings twice a year, in partnership with local emergency response agencies. Classes are available to teens and adults at no charge, and all materials are provided. Please contact us at 831-335-6600 to learn more.
Fresh, local organic produce, protein-rich foods, whole grains and more are available to the community every Thursday from 11am to 12pm.
Walk-in hours are now M-Th from 9am to 4pm (closed for lunch from 12:30 to 1). Appointments can also be made from 4-5pm M-Th, and all day Friday. Questions? Give us a call at 831-335-6600.
“When I came here, the first help I received was from MCR. Whenever I need assistance or have questions, I come here and they provide me with the help I need in my language, and they always make me feel welcome. Now I want to give back to the center, so I volunteer.”
Roberto, volunteer and former client at Mountain Community Resources