Safe Passage is a co-ed, drug and alcohol free, affordable, transitional housing program located in downtown Monterey. It offers six beds for homeless youth and youth aging out of foster care, ages 18 to 21. Safe Passage residents are expected to work or attend school full-time. People with a history of violence or who are actively abusing substances are not eligible. Sorry, no pets.


  • 18 to 24 month stay in a group housing facility with a shared kitchen, bathroom, laundry and common living area
  • On-site Program Coordinator and Overnight Relief Staff
  • Ongoing assessment, life planning and case management
  • Immediate needs for food, clothing and transportation are met until residents can provide for themselves
  • Life skills workshops covering career planning, communication, daily living, home life, household and money management, self care, social relationships, work life and job and study skills


Rent is calculated at 30% of adjusted gross income.

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