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
   Legal Services
   Permanent Housing Assistance
   Permanent Supportive Housing
   Pet Care
   Safe Parking
   Senior Services
   Transitional Housing
   Transportation & Paratransit
   Veterans Services
   Youth Services
   24 Hour Hotlines





































































Counseling & Mental Health

Countywide (Santa Rosa location)
Angela Center: 528-8578. 
Counseling for individuals, couples & families. Short term therapy for parenting young children. Also offers spiritual, self-help & meditation classes. Sliding scale. 535 Angela Dr. (map)www.angelacenter.com

Buckelew Programs: 571-5581. Provides mental health & recovery services, family service coordination, supportive housing programs, independent living skills & employment assistance. Family Service Coordination (FSC): free education, support & help with community resources & navigating mental health system for anyone with a loved one with a mental illness. Call FSC at 571-8452 or attend Resource Clinic every Tuesday at 3pm, no appointment necessary. Supported Employment: orientation every Tues & Thurs at 2pm, no appointment necessary. Supported Housing/Independent Living Skills: only by referral from Sonoma County Behavioral Health (must have SCBH case manager).  Office hrs: M-F 9am–5pm. 144 South E Street #200 (map)www.buckelew.org  For a list of Family Support Groups at Buckelewclick here.

Catholic Restorative Justice Ministries: 544-9080. Assists victims, criminal offenders & their families. M-F 10am-2pm. 24 Ursuline Dr. (map). Se habla español.

Child Parent Institute (formerly California Parenting Institute): 585-6108 x 1101. robinb@calparents.org  Counsels children 0-18 who have experienced abuse, trauma, behavioral & socio-economic challenges. Parenting classes & supervised visits. Medi-Cal, Victim Assistance, no fee & sliding scale.  Parenting Support Services: Free consultations for parents of children aged 0-5; can be scheduled at community locations. M-F 8:30am-8:30pm. Se habla español. 3650 Standish Ave, Santa Rosa (map)www.calparents.org

Chrysalis Community Counseling Services: 545-1670 x 201. ccsw@chrysaliscounseling.org Affordable counseling for women, men, couples, children, families. Long or short-term assistance with self-esteem, relationships, parenting, money issues, grief, disability, codependency, work life, life transitions, abuse, incest & sexuality. Sliding scale. 1821 Fourth St. map)www.chrysaliscounseling.org

Community Intervention Program (Sonoma Co. Dept. of Human Services/Behavioral Health Div.) 565-4811. For homeless individuals with serious mental illness &/or have alcohol & drug problems or is a member of an underserved ethnic minority. Call for locations to meet staff. M-F 8:30am-4pm. Se habla español.

Community Support Network (CSN): 575-0979. Residential programs for transitional age youth (18-24) and adults with a mental health diagnosis &/or behavioral health challenges. M-F 9am-4:30pm. 1410 Guerneville Rd. #14 (map)Also see listings for Community Support Network in Alcohol & Drug Recovery, Emergency Shelters, Permanent Supportive Housing, Transitional Housing and Youth Services sections. www.communitysupportnet.org

Disability Services & Legal Center: 528-2745. See Disability Services section.

Friends Outside in Sonoma County: 526-7318. office@friendsoutsidesonoma.org  Drop-in center, family reading room, conflict resolution & women’s programs. Located in the lobby of the Main Adult Detention Facility (map). Services for inmates:

  • Deliver documents to inmates to be notarized or that require Proof of Service
    Take checks or documents to inmates to sign
    Cash inmates’ checks
    Provide information & assistance regarding visiting rules, correctional facility procedures & related information
    Provide community resource information & referrals
    Forward critical messages from visitors & callers to inmates
    Offer reading glasses & glasses cases to purchase for inmates
    Arrange book purchases for inmates
    Provide clothes & shoes to visitors to pass jail security
    Provide reading books & coloring books for visitors’ children while waiting in lobby

Free & fee-based. M-F 11am-5pm. Main Adult Detention Facility, 2777 Ventura Ave. (map). Se habla español limitada. www.friendsoutsidesonoma.org

Interlink Self-Help Center: 546-4481. Mental Health Day Center. See Day Centers section.

Lomi Psychotherapy Clinic: 579-0465 x227. Short & long-term psychotherapy. HIV support groups. Free services for homeless or impoverished adults, children & people with HIV/AIDS when funding is available. Sliding scale. Medicare, some insurance. M-F 8am-8pm. 534 B St. (map). Se habla español.  www.lomi.org

Men Evolving Non-Violently (MEN): 24 Hr 528-2636 (2MEN). info@sonomacountymen.orgConfidential hotline & support groups to help men change violent or abusive behavior. Weekly meetings in Santa Rosa & Petaluma. Sliding scale. www.sonomacountymen.org

Mobile Supportive Services (MSS): 474-3130. Helps homeless families and those at risk of becoming homeless throughout Sonoma County. Free & confidential. Assists people transitioning into or out of housing. Can meet at client’s location to ease transportation and childcare issues. Provides ongoing case management services. 1275 4th St. #303 (map)www.mobilesupportiveservices.org

NAMI Sonoma County: 527-6655. info@namisoco.org Free support groups, classes, information & referrals for adults & youth with mental health conditions & their family members. Drop-in support groups in Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Petaluma & Sonoma. Call or visit website for current schedule. Office: 182 Farmers Lane, Suite 202 (map). Se habla español. www.namisoco.org

North Bay Veterans Resource Center (Div. of Veterans Resource Centers of America): 586-3295.  See Veterans Services section.

Positive Images: 568-5830. posimages@sonic.net Free individual & group therapy & drop-in support groups for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning & intersexed youth & young adults (12-24 yrs old). Free drop-in group for parents of transitioning youth. Only Queer Youth Center in Sonoma Co. Computer, scanner, internet, fax access. Drop in M-F 1pm-5pm. 312 Chinn St. (map). Se habla español. www.posimages.org

Psychiatric Emergency Services: 24 Hr 576-8181/800-746-8181. See Sonoma Co. DHS/Behavioral Health/Mental Health Services below.

Santa Rosa Community Health Centers Sites: See Health Care section.

Santa Rosa Veterans Affairs Clinic: 569-2300. 24 Hr 800-733-0502. See Veterans Services section.

Social Advocates for Youth Crisis Services: 24 Hr 888-729-0012. Crisis intervention & counseling for teens & families. Medi-Cal Counseling Clinic:544-3299 x209. For children, youth & young adults age 5-25 with Medi-Cal. Individual & family counseling for English & Spanish speakers experiencing severe emotional problems or having substantial difficulties at school, at home or in the community. M-F 9am-5pm. 2447 Summerfield Road (map)Also see Emergency Shelters & Youth Services sections.  Se habla español. www.saysc.org

Sonoma County Indian Health Project: 521-4550.
 Psychiatric care for Native Americans, limited services to others. See Health Care section. 144 Stony Point Rd. (map). Se habla español. www.scihp.org

Sonoma Co. Dept. of Health Svs/Behavioral Health Div./Mental Health Services:

  • Access Team for Mental Health Services: 24 Hr 565-6900/800-870-8786. For adults & children with severe mental illness. Assessment, stabilization & triage, case management, facility-based treatment, housing assistance, medication support, patient rights advocacy, non-emergency outpatient treatment referrals, specialty services for clients with mental health & substance abuse disorders, support & advocacy for family members. Medi-Cal.  M-F 8am-5pm. 3322 Chanate Rd. (map). Se habla español.  www.sonoma-county.org

  •  Psychiatric Emergency Services: 24 Hr Hotline 576-8181/800-746-8181. Crisis intervention, medication, assessment & stabilization, supportive care, residential services, acute inpatient care, referrals to facilities. Office Hrs: M-F 8am-5pm. 2225 Challenger Way. Se habla español.  www.sonoma-county.org

  • Youth & Family Services: 565-4810/800-870-8786.  For seriously emotionally disturbed (SED) children & adolescents to age 18. Wraparound services for children age 5-12, assessment, case management, crisis intervention & stabilization, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, therapy.  Family Services Coordinator: 571-8452. M-F 8am-5pm. 3322 Chanate Rd. (map).  Se habla español. www.sonoma-county.org

  • Patient Rights Advocate: 565-4978. Mental health rights education, client advocacy & complaint resolution.  hhallowe@sonoma-county.org

Victim Assistance Center (Sonoma Co. District Attorney): 565-8250. See Legal Services section.

Wellness & Advocacy Center (Goodwill Industries): 565-7800.  See Day Centers section.

YWCA Domestic Violence Svs: 24 Hr 546-1234 or 523-2337 x3. Free therapy & support for victims of domestic violence, child abuse or sexual assault. Therapeutic preschool program.  Also see Emergency Shelter & Legal Services sections.  www.ywca.org/sonomacounty

Alexander Valley Healthcare: 894-4229.  See Health Care section.

River to Coast Children’s Svs: 869-3613/800-994-3613. Classes: parenting, nutrition, CPR, first aid, health, etc. Support groups (in-house family counseling intern, free or sliding scale). 16300 First St. (map). Se habla español. Also see Food section. www.rccservices.org

Russian River Empowerment Center (West Co. Community Svs): 604-7264. See Day Centers section.

West County Community Services: 823-1640. Crisis support and weekly case management to reduce risks for families, the homeless, seniors, the disabled, veterans and transitional age youth. 16390 Main St. (map). Se habla español. www.westcountyservices.org

Alliance Medical Center (Alianza): 433-5494. 
See Health Care section.

Monte Rio
Russian River Counselors: 865-1200.
 Psychotherapy by appt. Medi-Cal for children, Medicare, insurance, sliding scale. No habla español. 19375 Hwy 116 (map)www.rivershrink.com

NAMI Sonoma County: 527-6655.
 See Countywide listing in this section.

Petaluma Health Center: 559-7500. See Health Care section.

Petaluma Peer Recovery Project (Goodwill Industries): 769-5299. Free peer-run adult (18+) mental health self-help recovery center. Drop-in services include round table discussions, support groups, art, guest presentations and more. Join us for Community Tea Time, 10-10:30 am daily. Meet PPRP staff & community. 1360 N. McDowell Blvd. Ste A. (across the street from Kohl’s and the Redwood Gateway Shopping Center at the northern end of Petaluma. Building is on the right. Please feel free to park in the “Sonoma Reserved” spaces.)  petalumaprp.wordpress.com

Petaluma People Services Ctr Counseling & Prevention: 765-8488. admin@petalumapeople.org  Psychotherapy for individuals, families & couples. Relationship difficulties, parenting, anger, school problems, divorce, physical abuse, drug & alcohol abuse, grief, aging, domestic  violence, sexual abuse, life transitions. Project Success: individual & group counseling for teens. Sliding scale. Medi-Cal for children to age 18 and other insurance. Call for intake. M-F 8am-5pm or by appointment. 1500A Petaluma Blvd So. (map).  Se habla español. Also see Alcohol & Drug Recovery, Employment & Training, Financial Assistance, Legal Services, Senior Services & Transportation sections. www.petalumapeople.org

West County Community Services: 823-1640 x 1024
. For children, teens, adults, seniors & families. Sliding scale, Medi-Cal, insurance, victim assistance. 16390 Main St., Guerneville (map). Se habla español. www.westcountyservices.org

NAMI Sonoma County: 527-6655.  See Countywide listing in this section.

SAY WillMar Family Grief & Healing Center: 935-1946/544-3299 x 233
. Free group peer support & expressive arts for children, youth & adults healing after a death or the trauma of living with a family member with a life-altering illness. 583 First St. West (map). Se habla español. www.saysc.org

Alliance Medical Center (Alianza): 433-5494. 
See Health Care section.

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