The Housing Authority of the County of Monterey (HACM)
Pueblo Del Mar Transitional Housing
Pueblo Del Mar is an award-winning development funded by a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Supportive Housing Grant, State of California HOME Rental Rehabilitation Funds, and Monterey Bay Bank/Federal Home Loan Bank Subsidy.
Pueblo Del Mar includes 56 houses on a 2.5-acre site at the former Fort Ord in the City of Marina. The property was obtained from the Army through the McKinney Act and is part of the reuse of Fort Ord for the use of the community.
Pueblo Del Mar provides a safe, affordable, transitional housing program for homeless women with children, men with children, and families with children. A sense of pride and community is developed in a drug free/alcohol free environment, where residents build social networks and support systems designed to foster positive lifestyles. This program offers residents a supportive living environment.
The Pueblo Del Mar transitional housing program is the first of its kind in Monterey County. The program gives homeless families who have completed a residential recovery program, or who can document they have participated in a 12-step Sobriety Program for at least three months, the opportunity for a new start.
For information, call Pueblo Del Mar at 831-753-6009.
From Monterey 831-582-9461, TDD 831-754-2951