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Central Coast Region, American Red Cross

General Agency Information
Name: Central Coast Region, American Red Cross
Alternate Name(s): American Red Cross
Northern California Coastal Region
Address: PO Box: AR
Carmel,  CA  93921
Contact Information
Primary Phone: 831-624-6921
Toll Free: 800-733-2767
Description: The American Red Cross of the Central Coast helps individuals and families recover from, prepare for, and prevent disasters supporting individuals and families who live in Santa Cruz, San Benito and Monterey Counties. We are an independent, nonprofit organization that depends upon the generosity of our local community for our financial support. We do not receive funds from the American National Red Cross. All funds donated to your local Chapter remain here to support the local Red Cross programs.
Programs: The American Red Cross Northern California Coastal Region provides 24-hour emergency assistance to people affected by fires, floods and other disasters.

Community Preparedness: The American Red Cross Northern California Coastal Region works everyday to ensure our community is ready for a disaster by training individuals, organizations and neighborhoods to safely respond to and quickly recover from emergencies.

The Red Cross helps members of the military, veterans and their families prepare for, cope with, and respond to, the challenges of military service.

The Red Cross has served more than 1 million military families since 9/11:
Volunteers provide home comforts and critical services on bases and in military hospitals around the world
We support military families during deployments and emergencies
We continue serving our nation's veterans after their service ends

International Services
As part of the world's largest humanitarian network, the American Red Cross Northern California Coastal Region helps people around the world to prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters, complex humanitarian emergencies and life-threatening health conditions.
Volunteer Info: Check the website for volunteer opportunities in your local community
Languages other than English: Spanish
Accommodations for Disabled Persons: Designated Parking
Public Transportation: Available Within One Block
Eligibility: Contact for Information
Fees: Call for Information
Areas Served: Santa Cruz County
Physical Location: Santa Cruz
Funding Source: Donations
Subject Headings
Subject Headings: Armed Forces Emergency Services
Autologous Blood Donations
Blood Banks
Blood Donor Stations
Blood Drives
CPR Instruction
Disaster Preparedness
Disaster Relief Services
Disaster Relief/Recovery Organizations
Disaster Services
Emergency Food
Emergency Medical Care
Emergency Preparedness and Response Training
Emergency Shelter
First Aid Instruction
Health Education
International Human Rights Programs
Personal Goods/Services
Private Nonprofits
Temporary Financial Aid
Volunteer Opportunities
Water Safety Education
This agency was last updated on August 19, 2020.