2017 Sonoma County Homeless Resource Guide              

A publication of the Sonoma County Task Force for the Homeless
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Permanent Supportive Housing

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Long term, affordable rental housing with supportive services for people with disabilities who have been homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.

Countywide (Santa Rosa location)
Buckelew Programs: 571-5581.
 Family Service Coordination, housing, independent living skills, and employment services for adults with mental illness. Family Service Coordinator (FSC): free education, support & assistance with accessing community resources & navigating mental health system for anyone with an adult family member or loved one with a mental illness. Call FSC at 571-8452 for info or come to Resource Clinic onsite every Tues at 3pm, no appointment necessary. Supported Housing / Independent Living Skills: by referral from Sonoma County Behavioral Health (must have SCBH case manager). Supported Employment: orientation onsite every Tues & Thurs at 2pm, no appointment necessary. Office hrs: M-F 9am–5pm. 144 South E Street #200 (map). Se habla español.  www.buckelew.org

Catholic Charities Permanent Supportive Housing (Section 8): 542-5426. info@srcharities.org  For very low income families & individuals. M-F 9am-5pm. 
465 A St. (map)
. Se habla español. Also see additional listings for Catholic Charities in Emergency Shelters, Employment & Training, Financial Assistance, Food, and Transitional Housing sections.  www.srcharities.org

Community Action Partnership Housing Program: 544-6911. For homeless women with children. Case management, parenting classes, permanent housing referrals, support groups. M-F 8:30am-5pm. Appt. required. 1300 No. Dutton Ave. (map). Se habla español. Also see Emergency Shelters and Financial Assistance sections. www.capsonoma.org

Community Support Network (CSN): 575-0979. Residential programs for transitional age youth 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, Counseling & Mental Health, Emergency Shelters, Transitional Housing and Youth Services sections. www.communitysupportnet.org.

Community Support Network (CSN) Supportive Living Services: 484-5110. sheri@csn-mh.com Low income housing, supportive case management & sober living for homeless adults with a mental health diagnosis &/or behavioral health challenges. 1440 Guerneville Rd. #14 (map)www.communitysupportnet.org

Face to Face/Sonoma County AIDS Network: 544-1581. For low income people living with HIV/AIDS. Tue-Fri 9am-5pm. Also see Financial Assistance, Health Care & Transportation sections. 873 Second St. (map). Se habla español. www.f2f.org

Cloverdale
Wallace House Community Svs: 894-2727. 
halbohm@sbcglobal.net. For homeless single, disabled individuals. Mon, Wed, Fri 9:30am-12 noon. Also see Day Centers, Emergency Shelters, Financial Assistance & Transitional Housing sections. 126 No. Main St. N. (map). Se habla español. www.wallacehouse.org

Petaluma
COTS: 765-6530 x125.
 Permanent supportive housing & case management for disabled, chronically homeless individuals and low income currently homeless families with one family member who is disabled. Priority given to veterans. 900 Hopper St. (map)Also see listings in Day Centers, Emergency Shelters, Food, Financial Assistance, Transitional Housing & Veterans Services sections. Se habla español. www.cots-homeless.org



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