2017 Sonoma County Homeless Resource Guide              

A publication of the Sonoma County Task Force for the Homeless
   Alcohol & Drug Recovery
   Birth Certificates & Photo IDs
   Cell Phone Plans
   Counseling & Mental Health
   Day Centers
   Dental Care
   Disability Services
   Emergency Shelter & Services
   Employment & Training
   Farm Worker Services
   Financial Assistance
   Food: Groceries & Hot Meals
   Health Care
   Homeless Court
   Immigration
   Legal Services
   Permanent Housing Assistance
   Permanent Supportive Housing
   Pet Care
   Safe Parking
   Senior Services
   Showers
   Transitional Housing
   Transportation & Paratransit
   Veterans Services
   Youth Services
   24 Hour Hotlines
   HOME

 

24 Hour Hotlines

Please dial a ‘1’ before numbers that begin with 800, 855 or 888.

Al-Anon, Alateen: 707-823-7840

Alcoholics Anonymous: 544-1300

Child Abuse Reporting Hotline: 565-4304; 800-870-7064

Cocaine Abuse: 800-421-1267

Cold Weather Response line (Catholic Charities): 855-707-HOST (4678) www.srcharities.org

Men Evolving Non-Violently: 528-2636 www.sonomacountymen.org

Narcotics Anonymous: 324-4062

Psychiatric Emergencies: 576-8181; 800-746-8181 www.sonoma-county.org

Santa Rosa VA Clinic: 800-733-0502 www.sanfrancisco.va.gov

Sonoma Co. Adult Protective Services: 565-5940; 800-667-0404 www.sonoma-county.org

Suicide Prevention: 800-273-8255. TTY: 800-799-5-4TTY. Se habla español: 800-784-2432

Verity (United Against Sexual Assault): 545-7273 http://ourverity.org

Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255, press 1. www.veteranscrisisline.net

Victims of Crime Resource Center: 800-842-8467

Youth Crisis (Social Advocates for Youth): 546-3432; 888-729-0012 www.socialadvocatesforyouth.org

YWCA Domestic Violence Services: 546-1234 www.ywca.org/sonomacounty

 


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