2017 Sonoma County Homeless Resource Guide              

A publication of the Sonoma County Task Force for the Homeless
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Countywide (Santa Rosa location unless otherwise stated)

Please also see Day Centers, Senior Services and Paratransit sections.

Countywide (Santa Rosa location unless otherwise stated)
Becoming Independent: 524-6600. 
Employment, senior program, community living support, adult education for people with disabilities. Community-based services include in-home support, day & overnight trips and self-advocacy groups. Art & music programs, computer & media labs, gardening, classes, physical fitness and community outings provide ongoing training, recreation & social opportunities. M-F 8am-5pm. 1425 Corporate Center Parkway (map) Se habla español.  www.becomingindependent.org

Buckelew Programs: 571-5581.  See Counseling & Mental Health section.

California Human Development Growth Opportunities: 542-5609. Support & training for social & behavioral enrichment for adults with developmental disabilities. M-F 8:30am-5pm. 1020 Center Drive (map). Se habla español. Also see Alcohol & Drug Recovery, Farm Worker Services, Employment & Training and Immigration sections. www.californiahumandevelopment.org

California Human Development Redwood Empire Industries: 542-5609. Hands-on work training for disabled adults. Job placement, supported employment, job coaching. M-F 8:30am-5pm. 1020 Center Drive (map) Se habla español. Also see Alcohol & Drug Recovery, Farm Worker Services, Employment & Training and Immigration sections. www.californiahumandevelopment.org

Disability Services & Legal Center: 528-2745. contact@MyDSLC.org Advocacy, housing search, independent living skills, benefits counseling, personal assistant referrals, assistive technology, transitions, home modifications, deaf services, peer support & disability-related legal services. Orientation Mondays 1:30pm except federal holidays. First come, first served. Legal Clinic held right after orientation.Deaf & Hearing impaired assistance: text 7076363076 or 7075282745. To receive a return TEXT message, indicate your TEXT/SMS/MMS/Cell-phone carrier in your message. To reach Deaf Services Coordinator, use 711 video relay. TTY no longer supported. M-F 8:30am-5pm. 521 Mendocino Av. (map) Se habla español. www.disabilityserviceandlegal.org

West County Community Services: 823-1640. Provides job development, placement, coaching & follow up services for disabled youth countywide. Se habla español. www.westcountyservices.org

Healdsburg
Becoming Independent: 431-1345. Employment, senior program, community living support, adult education for people with disabilities. Community-based services include in-home support, day & overnight trips, & self-advocacy groups. Art & music programs, computer & media labs, gardening, classes, physical fitness and community outings provide on-going training, recreation & social opportunities. M-F 8am-5pm. 625 Center Street (map). Se habla español. www.becomingindependent.org

Sonoma
Becoming Independent: 996-5988. Employment & adult education for people with disabilities. M-F 8am-5pm. 355 W. Napa Street (map). Se habla español. www.becomingindependent.org




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