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General Agency Information
Name:Mountain Community Resources
Alternate Name(s):MCR
Address:6134 Highway 9
Felton, CA  95018
Driving Directions
Primary Phone:831-335-6600
Description:Monday-Thursday Walk-in 9am-12:30pm;
Appointments 1-5pm
Friday by Appointment only 9am-5pm

Mountain Community Resources (MCR) is a local family resource center that has been serving the San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley communities since 1982. We offer a network of programs and services designed to help people thrive. We work directly with individuals and families to build a strong community one person, one family, one neighborhood at a time.

Because of the isolated nature of the valley communities, access to information and services is difficult. Some of the ways MCR responds is by providing free public computer terminals with internet access, free meeting space for community groups and events, and convenient access to our collaborative partners. These partners include: Healthy Families, SC County Mental Health Department, California Rural Legal Assistance, and other independent service providers. Contact us for more information on how to use our space, and for up-to-date information on the collaborative partner schedule.
Mission:The mission of Mountain Community Resources is to build a strong Valley community-one person, one family, one neighborhood at a time-by helping people to help themselves.
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.
Meetings:Call for more information.
Volunteer Info:Please contact us at or 831-688-8840 to learn where your passion and skills fit best
Languages other than English:Spanish
Accommodations for Disabled:Parking & Wheelchair Access
Public Transportation:Available Within Three Blocks
Eligibility:Open to All
Areas Served:San Lorenzo Valley
Scotts Valley
Physical Location:Felton

Jennifer   Anderson-Ochoa
Executive Director

Related Agencies
Parent Agency:Community Bridges
Subject Headings
Case/Care Management
Child Abuse Prevention
Childbirth Education
Childhood Immunizations
Community Groups
Community Involvement Programs
Disaster Preparedness
English as a Second Language
Families and Individuals Needing Support
Family Counseling
Health Care Referrals
Health Insurance Information/Counseling
Homeless Families
Homeless Individuals
Housing Search and Information
Information and Referral
Language Translation
Low Income
Outreach Programs
Parent Counseling
Parent Support Groups
Parent/Child Activity Groups
Parenting Education
Parenting/Family Support Groups
Volunteer Opportunities
Youth Community Service Programs
Youth Development
This record last modified May 26, 2015

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