2017 Sonoma County Homeless Resource Guide              

A publication of the Sonoma County Task Force for the Homeless
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Farm Worker Services

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Countywide (Santa Rosa location)
California Human Development Anthony Soto Employment Training: 521-4764. 
 Assists farm workers & others to secure stable, non-seasonal jobs. Trainings include: truck driver class A license, shipping & receiving & forklift training. M-F 7am-5pm. 1015 Center Dr. #B  (map). Se habla español. Also see Alcohol & Drug Recovery, Disability, Employment & Training and Immigration sections. www.californiahumandevelopment.org

California Rural Assistance (CRLA): 528-9941.  Legal assistance with civil cases for low income people in rural areas throughout California. Helps farm workers and migrant communities. Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-5pm. Closed Wed. 1260 No. Dutton Av, Suite 160 (map). Se habla español. www.crla.org

English Language Classes (ESL): 527-4382. Free and confidential. M-F 9am-3pm. Santa Rosa Junior College, 1501 Mendocino Ave. (map). Se habla español. www.santarosa.edu

Migrant Education Program: 526-1272. Social, educational & health services to migrant workers & their children. Translation & educational services for parents. Free food for children during summer. M-F 9am-5pm. 5510 Skylane Blvd #100 (map). Se habla español.

Fulton
Fulton Day Labor Center (California Human Development): 328-9793. Connects day & field workers with employers. M-F 7am-12pm. Second St. Se habla español. www.californiahumandevelopment.org

Graton
Graton Day Labor Center: 829-1864. 
gratondaylabor@gmail.com Connects day workers with jobs. Health screenings one morning/week for day laborers working through the Labor Center. English language classes. Hiring Hrs: Mon-Sat 6:30am-11am; Sun 8am-12 noon. Center Hrs: Mon-Fri 6:30am-2:30pm; Sat 6:30am-1pm; Sun 8am-12 noon. 2981 Bowen St. (map). Se habla español. www.gratondaylabor.org

Healdsburg
Healdsburg Day Labor Center (California Human Development): 433-6652. 
Connects day & field workers with employers. Helps with resumes, translation, applications & educational opportunities. M-F 7am-12pm. 405 Grove St. (map). Se habla español. www.californiahumandevelopment.org

Sonoma
La Luz Center: 938-5131. ESL & GED classes, computer literacy, after school mentoring, food, rental assistance, mobile health van & family counseling. Free. M-F 9am-4pm. 
17560 Greger St. (map
). Se habla español. www.laluzcenter.org


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