2017 Sonoma County Homeless Resource Guide              

A publication of the Sonoma County Task Force for the Homeless
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Emergency Shelters & Services

Countywide (Santa Rosa location)

Coffee House Teen Shelter (Social Advocates for Youth): 546-3432. 24 Hrs 888-729-0012.
 coffeehouse@saysc.org  Shelter, food & counseling for runaway & homeless youth and families in crisis.  Walk-ins accepted before 9pm. 1243 Ripley St. (map). Se habla español. Also see listings for Social Advocates for Youth in Youth Services section. www.saysc.org

Cold Weather Response Line (Catholic Charities): 1-855-707-HOST (4678) 24 hrs / 7 days a week.  host@srcharities.org Helps unsheltered people seeking relief from extreme weather (below 38 degrees, heavy rain, rain/sleet)Se habla español. www.srcharities.org

Coordinated Intake for Families (Family Support Center): 542-5426. Call or drop in to fill out application Tues & Wed 1pm-3pm. 465 A St. (map)Mobile Intake Assistant: 800-5771 for a phone screening. Can come to you. Se habla español. Also see listings for Catholic Charities in Day Centers, Employment & Training, Financial Assistance, Food and Transitional Housing sections. www.srcharities.org

Homeless Outreach Services Team (HOST): 1-855-707-HOST (4678) 24 hrs / 7 days a week. host@srcharities.orgStreet outreach team screens homeless people in encampments for their housing, mental health & wellness needs. Se habla español. www.srcharities.org

Homeless Services Center (Catholic Charities): 525-0226. info@srcharities.org  Drop-in center & shelter intake for single adults, women & families. Apply for safe parking permits Mon-Fri 7am-11am (parking lots are in Santa Rosa & Sebastopol / waiting list). Warming stations during extreme weather, motel vouchers (when available), showers, laundry, telephone, mail service, social service referrals. May provide blankets, sleeping bags & other necessities as available. Drop-in service hours: Mon-Fri 6am-11:30am. Mail pick up only: 1pm-5:30pm. Saturdays: Mail pick up only 12pm to 5:30pm (no other services). 600 Morgan St. (map) www.srcharities.org

Mobile Shower Trailer (Catholic Charities): 1-855-707-HOST (4678). host@srcharities.org  Call for current schedule & locations. www.srcharities.org

Opportunity House (Community Support Network): 573-6955. For adults with mental illness. (Sonoma Co. Mental Health referral required). M-F 9am-4:30pm. Se habla español. Also see listings for Community Support Network in Alcohol & Drug Recovery, Counseling & Mental Health, Permanent Supportive Housing, Transitional Housing and Youth Services sections. www.communitysupportnet.org

Redwood Gospel Mission: 542-4817. greyes@srmission.org Christian shelter for clean & sober men 18+. Photo ID required. Intake daily 2-8pm. Morning Devotion at 6am; Breakfast 6:30am. Evening Devotion 7pm; Dinner 7:30pm. 101 6th & Wilson Sts. (map)  www.srmission.org

Sloan House (Community Action Partnership Sonoma Co.): 569-0615. For single women & mothers with no more than two small children. No boys over the age of 5. Call 9am-5pm 7 days/week.  Se habla español. Also see listing for Community Action Partnership Sonoma in Financial Assistance section. www.capsonoma.org

The Rose Women’s & Children’s Shelter (Redwood Gospel Mission): 573-0490. skates@srmission.org Christian shelter for clean & sober women & girls, boys 11 & under. Intake @ 3:30pm. 101 6th & Wilson Sts. (map). Se habla español. www.srmission.org

YWCA Domestic Violence Safe House: 546-7115 / 24 hrs 546-1234. Therapeutic 8-week shelter for women & children at risk of violence who cannot remain at home. Se habla español. Japanese, Italian. Also see additional listings for YWCA in Counseling & Mental Health and Legal Services sections. www.ywca.org/sonomacounty

Cloverdale
Wallace House Community Svs: 894-2727.
 halbohm@sbcglobal.net For homeless individuals & small families. Call Mon, Wed & Fri between 9:30am-12 noon. Shelter, bus passes, food, clothing & gas vouchers, courtesy haircuts, backpacks, sleeping bags, toiletries & showers. 126 No. Main St. (map). Se habla español.  Also see additional listings in Financial Assistance, Permanent Supportive Housing and Transitional Housing sections. www.wallacehouse.org

Guerneville
Winter Shelter (West County Community Services): 823-1640
. Seasonal shelter serving West County adults only. Open 5pm to 7am Nov-March (sometimes through April). Intake from 5pm-7pm. At least one meal, floor mats and bedding provided as available. Shower facilities. Basic medical screenings 1x/week. Referrals to Russian River Health Center, 12 Step Recovery groups, employment, substance abuse, counseling  & other services. Veteran’s Hall, First & Church Sts. Se habla español. Also see Counseling & Mental Health, Financial Assistance, Food, Senior and Youth Services sections. www.westcountyservices.org

Petaluma
Coordinated Intake for Families (Petaluma Peoples Svs Center): 
Drop in to fill out application Fridays 2pm-4pm. 1500 Petaluma Blvd So. (map). Mobile Intake Assistant: 800-5771 for a phone screening. Can come to you.

COTS Family Center: 765-6530. For homeless families. 3-6 mo. stay. See Coordinated Intake for Families listing above.  Se habla español. www.cots-homeless.org

Mary Isaak Center (COTS): 765-6530 x 112.  Shelter for single adults without children. First come, first served. Apply in person 7 days/week between 9am-1 pmMust call daily 8am-12pm to stay on waiting list.  Provides food, clothing, showers, access to phones, message board and computers, transportation assistance, mental health & chemical dependency recovery, job skills training, assistance with employment & public benefits. Residents may stay up to six months. 900 Hopper St. (map). Se habla español. Also see additional listings for COTS in Day Centers, Financial Assistance, Food, Transitional Housing, Permanent Supportive Housing and Veterans Services sections. www.cots-homeless.org

Sonoma
The Haven (Sonoma Overnight Support):
 939-6777. Emergency shelter & food for men, women & families who are Sonoma & Sonoma Valley residents. Up to 4 months stay. No overnights. Access to showers, laundry facilities, bus passes, computers & case management for community members in need. Evening & morning meals provided, plus food to go. M-Thu 9am-1:30pm, Fri 1:30pm -4:30pm.151 First Street West (map). Se habla español. Also see Day Centers and Food: Hot Meals section. www.sonomaovernightsupport.org

 


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