People in the City of Half Moon Bay and on the coastside who may need assistance in fulfilling some of their basic human needs, have access to a variety of community services and resources – shelter, food, medical and mental health services, crises intervention, and others.
These types of services are typically provided by San Mateo County and other agencies and nonprofits. Half Moon Bay helps to connect people with these service providers. This web page provides a contact list of the various groups and agencies providing services which coastside residents may find useful.
Note - while the City has tried to include all providers, this may not be a complete list. If there are social services resources which you feel should be listed here, please email information to email@example.com.
Click here to learn about low-cost dispute/conflict mediation services provided by Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center.
Community Services Located on the Coastside
Second Harvest Food Bank
Monthly Food Pantry
4th Thursday of each month, 3 – 5:30 pm
Ted Adcock Community Center, 535 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay
Food, training, ESL
160 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay
Coastside Adult Day Health Center
925 Main Street, Half Moon Bay
Food, immigration, critical needs
99 Avenue Alhambra, El Granada
El Centro de Libertad
Substance abuse treatment
Shoreline Station, Suite 114-B, Half Moon Bay
Puente de la Costa Sur
Health, advocacy, education
620 North Street, Pescadero
Rotacare Bay Area/Half Moon Bay
225 South Cabrillo Hwy, Suite 100A, Half Moon Bay
San Mateo County Coastside Clinic
225 South Cabrillo Highway
Suite 100A, Half Moon Bay
Food, transportation, information and referral
925 Main Street, Half Moon Bay
Other agencies/nonprofits where
you can volunteer or donate (PDF)
Conflict/Dispute Mediation Assistance
Are you having difficulty with an issue involving a neighbor? A dispute with your landlord? A disagreement involving your homeowner association, or a business, or your workplace? Do you have a family conflict that could use some help with resolution?
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center (PCRC) can help resolve conflicts in a safe, neutral, and confidential manner. The City of Half Moon Bay contracts with PCRC to offer low-cost conflict resolution services to the people in our neighborhoods.
PCRC is a nonprofit communication and dispute resolution organization. For over 30 years, its professional bilingual staff has assisted cities, various County agencies, law enforcement, neighbors and neighborhood groups, and many others in the community with crucial services focused on resolving many kinds of conflicts and social challenges. PCRC does this by empowering people, building relationships, and utilizing collaborative and innovative processes.
PCRC specializes in helping community members in areas such as:
- Homeowner Association
Don’t let disputes, conflicts, and other disagreements fester and worsen. Contact PCRC for education, coaching, and other assistance to peacefully and collaboratively address these issues, and help maintain Half Moon Bay as a safe, strong, and vibrant community.