SOUTH COUNTY — Substance abuse services, housing, a Residential Treatment Center and outpatient services are coming to King City and South County residents, thanks to a grant from Prop 47 funds.
Sun Street Centers recently received two grants, including one from the Monterey County Behavioral Health called “No Zipcode Left Behind,” which went to the State Board of Community Corrections who granted Monterey County $6 million over three years to start up a variety of services in South County.
“The substance abuse services are going to us, Sun Street Centers,” said CEO Anna Foglia. “We’ve been working for 50 years in substance abuse this January.”
The Monterey County Behavioral Health Substance Abuse contract with Sun Street Centers is for $1.2 million for three years to start up these new services.