Resources

Serving West Sonoma County

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SUPPORT FOR MOMS & BABIES

River to Coast Children’s Services, 16300 First St. Guerneville 707-869-3613/ 1-800-994-3613 www.rccservices.org. Emergency food, diapers and formula, childcare subsidies for low income families in West County. Some over the counter medications available. Call ahead for pull-up diapers, head lice treatment or baby food. Walk in Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. (Se habla espanol.)

Better Beginnings (707) 902-3031 www.betterbeginningsforbabies.org Education and support for mothers around labor, delivery and newborn care. Free breastfeeding support and on-call birth doula support (415-66-DOULA)

Santa Rosa Women’s Health & Birth Center (707) 539-1544 583 Summerfield Road
Santa Rosa, CA. http://www.santarosabirthcenter.com. Pregnancy, birth, postpartum and full scope women’s health care including annual pap smear, birth control, breast exams, STD screening, pre-conception and fertility counseling, general health exams. Classes, breastfeeding support. Accepts most insurance including MediCal.

Thrive Center for Birth and Family Wellness 707-387-2088
4859 Old Redwood Highway Santa Rosa. www.thrivebirth.com. Midwifery services, perinatal education, labor, delivery and postpartum services.

Women’s Health Specialists 707-537-1171 www.womenshealthspecialists.org Reproductive health clinic. Free pregnancy counseling/testing, free/low cost birth control, abortion services, pap smears, breast cancer detection, testicular exams, LGBTI services. Most qualify for free exams whether insured or not. Medical and private insurance also accepted. 4415 Sonoma Hwy #D

Perinatal Services (Sonoma County Dept of Health): 707-565-4554 www.sonomacounty.org Help finding health care for pregnant women and their families. Se habla espanol.

WIC (Women, Infants & Children), 1450 Guerneville Rd. Santa Rosa. 707-565-6590/ 1-800-816-3663 WIC@Sonoma-county.org WIC checks, nutritional counseling, breastfeeding info & referrals for pregnant and nursing mothers, infants and children to age 5, low to medium income and migrant families.

The Living Room 707-579-0142 www.thelivingroomsc.org Day services for homeless and at-risk women and children. 1207 Cleveland Avenue, Santa Rosa. Mother & Child (MAC) Drop-In Center (M-F, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.)
707-579-0138 ext. 4 or 707-495-3909 

First 5 Sonoma County www.first5sonomacounty.org 490 Mendocino Avenue, Suite 203 Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Phone: (707) 565-6686 Resources and education for parents to support their kids through all stages of development, books, activities helpful suggestions and positive parenting strategies for parenting birth – age 5.

Web resources:

Postpartum Progress www.postpartumprogress.com The world’s most widely-read blog dedicated to maternal mental illness. It offers in-depth information, support and hope for all pregnant and new moms who have postpartum depression and all other mental illnesses related to pregnancy and childbirth.

For Postpartum Depression/Anxiety support call toll free: 1-800-PPD-MOMS

FOOD

River to Coast Children’s Services, 16300 First St. Guerneville 707-869-3613 www.rccservices.org

Emergency food, diapers and formula, childcare subsidies for low income families in West County. Some over the counter medications available. Call ahead for pull-up diapers, head lice treatment or baby food. Walk in Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. (Se habla espanol.)

West County Community Services: Food giveaway every Tuesday at 11am at the Guerneville Park & Ride (west of Safeway on Main St.) First come, first served. www.westcountyservices.org

St. Andrew’s Mission Food Program: at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Mission, 20329 Hwy 116 in Monte Rio 707-865-0834. Every Tuesday 5-7pm. Also Dinner served 1st and 3rd Tues of the month 5-6:30pm. www.standrews-redwoods.org

Occidental Community Church: (for Occidental residents) 3637 Church St. Occidental. Pick up before Sunday 10am or at 11:30am. www.occidentalcommunitychurch.org

St. Philip the Apostle Church Rural Food Program: 3730 Bohemian Hwy (707) 874-3812 The second Tuesday of every month: 9:00 am to 11:00 am at the parish hall in Occidental. Registration begins at 8:30 am. (Serving Occidental, Bodega Bay, Duncans Mills, Valley Ford, Freestone, Camp Meeker, Monte Rio, Cazadero, and Jenner residents.)

Interchurch Food Pantry (St. Stephen’s Church): 500 Robinson Rd. Sebastopol. Mon, Ed, Fri 10am-12pm (serving Sebastopol, Graton and Occidental)

Free Dinner at Guerneville Vets Hall: (707) 869-2491 First and Church St. Soup, salad and whoe grain meal served 2nd and last Wed of the month 4:30-6:30pm.

WIC (Women, Infants & Children): 1450 Guerneville Rd. Santa Rosa 707-565-6590/ 1-800-816-3663 WIC@Sonoma-county.org WIC checks, nutritional counseling, breastfeeding info & referrals for pregnant and nursing mothers, infants and children to age 5, low to medium income and migrant families.

CalFresh (Food Stamps) 707-565-2715/ 1-800-331-2278 2250 Paulin Drive Santa Rosa www.sonomacalfresh.org Apply at http://www.benefitscal.com Walk –ins Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

General Assistance (707) 565-2715 www.sonoma-county.org Temporary cash aid for low income, unemployed or disabled individuals. Walk-ins M-F 8am-5pm. 2550 Paulin Dr. Se habla espanol.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) 2227 Capricorn Way #100 Santa Rosa, CA. 707-565-2715/ 1-800-331-227 Temporary income assistance for unemployed, low income families with dependent children. Walk-in applications: Mon-Fri 8am-3pm

CalFresh (Food Stamps) 707-565-2715/ 1-800-331-2278 2250 Paulin Drive Santa Rosa www.sonomacalfresh.org Apply at http://www.benefitscal.com Walk –ins Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm.

Social Security Benefits (SSI & SSDI): 877-870-6384/800-772-1213 2099 Range Av. M-F 9am-3:30pm www.socialsecurity.gov Monthly financial assistance for people with disabilities. Can apply online.

RENT & UTILITY ASSISTANCE

Catholic Charities 707-542-5426 987 Paulin Airway Ct. Santa Rosa www.srcharities.org Helps low income families with rent and utilities, Section 8 Housing and motel vouchers, affordable housing search, foreclosure counseling and consumer credit education. Documentation and appointment required. Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.

Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County (CAPS) 707-544 6911 www.capsonoma.org Rent, deposit and mortgage assistance for Sonoma County residents. Assistance based on qualifications, for up to 3 months. 1300 Dutton Ave Santa Rosa. Se habla espanol.

The Salvation Army 707-542-0998 www.salvationarmysantarosa.org Helps with rent, utilities, food, clothing and unexpected financial hardship. Apply by phone. M-Th 1-3pm. Photo ID and birth certificates for children required. 93 Stony Circle, Santa Rosa. Se habla espanol.

Disability Services & Legal Center Housing Program 707-528-2745 Helps disabled individuals and family members find affordable housing, rent and deposit help. Orientation is required Mondays 1:30pm. First come, first served. M-F 8am-12 noon, 1-5pm. 521 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, CA.

North Bay Veterans Resource Center 707-578-8387 www.vetsresource.org Provides utility payment, security deposit and rental assistance to low income vets.

Face to Face/Sonoma County AIDS Network 707-544-1581 www.f2f.org 873 Second Street, Santa Rosa. Tue-Fri 9am-5pm. HIV testing, prevention, education, support and resources for those living with HIV. Transportation to and from appointments, in-home practical support, moving and personal coaching, therapy. For low income people living with HIV/AIDS. Se habla espanol.

HOUSING

Burbank Housing Development 707-526-9782 / 790 Sonoma Ave. Santa Rosa. Mon-Fri 9am-12pm, 1-4:30pm www.burbankhousing.org Rentals and home ownership for low income families, single adults, disabled individuals, farm workers and seniors.Se habla espanol.

Sonoma County Housing Authority 707-565-7500 / 1440 Guerneville Rd. Santa Rosa, CA. www.sonoma-county.org/cdc/housingauth.htm Section 8 voucher program for low income families, seniors and people with disabilities. Waiting list. M-F 9am-5pm. 1440 Guerneville Rd Santa Rosa.

Family Support Center (Catholic Charities): 465 A St. Santa Rosa (707) 542-5426 www.srcharities.org Affordable housing search, foreclosure counseling, rapid re-housing and credit education. M-F 8am -5pm.

Interfaith Shelter Network Rapid Rehousing: 3850 Montgomery Dr. Santa Rosa (707) 546-7907 M-F 9am-5pm. www.ifsn.org Help for homeless families and individuals to obtain permanent housing. Ongoing supportive services and financial assistance. Se habla espanol.

Community Support Network (CSN): 1410 Guerneville Rd. M-F 9am-4:30pm www.communitysupportnet.org Supportive housing following drug treatment.

Council on Aging: 30 Kawana Springs Rd, Santa Rosa. 707-528-274 Mon-Thu 8:30am-5pm. www.councilonaging.com. Rent and deposit assistance for seniors 60+

Disability Services & Legal Center Housing Program: 521 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa. (707) 528-2745 www.disabilityserviceandlegal.org Helps disabled individuals and family members with housing, rental deposits or late rent. Must attend orientation Mondays 1:30pm.

Face to Face/Sonoma County AIDS Network: 873 Second St. Santa Rosa. (707) 544-1581 www.f2f.org. Help with rent, utilities and benefits applications for people with HIV/AIDS. Tue-Fri 9am-4:30pm

Sanctuary House (Community Support Network): 707-799-0429 www.communitysupportnet.org Permanent housing for low income, transitional age youth (18-24) with mental health challenges.

Tamayo Village (SAY): (707) 528-7500 www.saysc.org Transitional housing for homeless, at-risk or former foster care young adults ages 18-24.

HEALTHCARE

Medi-cal for Families: 1-877-699-6868 Medi-cal pays for eligible medical, dental and emergency services and medicine for low income individuals, children and families.Or apply at 2550 Paulin Drive, Santa Rosa. 8:30am-3pm

West County Health Centers www.wchealth.org Russian River Health Center: 707-869-2849 Comprehensive healthcare services for the whole family, including dental, teen clinic, pediatrics, counseling, HIV, homeless, insurance coverage programs, assistance with applying for coverage. Locations in Guerneville, Forestville and Occidental. Russian River Health Center: 707-869-2849 Sebastopol Health Center: 707-824-9999 Occidental Health Center: 707-874-2444

Santa Rosa Community Health Centers: (707) 303-3600 www.srhealthcenters.org Various locations. Primary medical care and mental health. Sliding scale. Medi-Cal, Healthy Families. Se habla espanol.

St. Joseph Urgent Care: 287 Fulton Rd. Santa Rosa (707)543-2000 Walk-ins 7 days/wk 9am-7pm. Non-life threatening medical problems. Medi-Cal, Medicare and insurance. Se habla espanol.

Planned Parenthood 707-527-7656 www.plannedparenthood.org Birth control, pregnancy testing, abortion referrals, emergency contraception, HIV testing, STD testing, treatment and vaccines. LGBT services, men’s health. 1140 Sonoma Ave. Bldg 3 Santa Rosa. Se habla espanol.

Jewish Community Free Clinic 707-585-7780 info@jewishfreeclinic.org 50 Montgomery Dr. Santa Rosa. Free family practice clinic for the uninsured. Vaccines, well-child visits, physicals, treatement for minor health complaints. Assistance with CalFresh and Covered CA applications. Drop in Mon, Tue or Wed. Thurs/Fri by apt.c

Sonoma County Indian Health Project 707-521-4500 www.scihp.org Comprehensive medical and mental health care, dental, behavioral health, senor services and WIC for Native Americans. Mon-Fri 8am-12, 1-5pm 144 Stony Point R. Santa Rosa.

St. Joseph Urgent Care 707-543-2000 Walk-ins for non-life threatening medical problems. Medi-cal, Medi-care and other insurance. 7 days/week 9am -7pm. 925 Corporate Center Parkway Santa Rosa.Se habla espanol.

Women’s Health Specialists 707-537-1171 www.womenshealthspecialists.org Reproductive health clinic. Free pregnancy counseling/testing, free/low cost birth control, abortion services, pap smears, breast cancer detection, testicular exams, LGBTI services. Most qualify for free exams whether insured or not. Medical and private insurance also accepted. 4415 Sonoma Hwy #D

Forestville Teen Clinic (West C. Health Centers) 707-887-0427 www.wchealth.org Free and confidential health care services for teens, pregnancy and STD testing, emergency contraception, counseling and peer education. Drop in Mon. Tue, Wed and Thurs 2:30-5:30pm or call for apt. 6570 First Street Forestville (behind Rick’s auto).

 
MENTAL HEALTH & COUNSELING SERVICES

River to Coast Children’s Services 707-869-3613 www.rccservices.org In-house family counseling, free or sliding scale. Se habla espanol.16300 First Street, Guerneville. M-F 9am-5pm

West County Health Center Behavioral Health Services: (707) 869-2961, ext.1        Crisis counseling and brief therapy for specific behavioral issues as well as long-term counseling and psychotherapy. Services are available to all patients of WCHC including adults, adolescents and children.

Santa Rosa Community Health Centers: (707) 303-3600 www.srhealthcenters.org Various locations. Primary medical care and mental health. Sliding scale. Medi-Cal, Healthy Families. Se habla espanol.

Child Parent Institute 707-585-6108 x1101 3650 Standish Ave. Santa Rosa. M-F 8:30am-8:30pm www.calparents.org. Parent education and children’s mental health agency, serving families throughout Sonoma County since 1978. Our continuum of care includes child therapy, family resource assistance, parent education, facilitated supervised visitation, therapeutic and recreational creative arts programming, and a non-public school (New Directions) providing adolescent special education/mental health services.

Parents Place 707-303-1520 1360 N. Dutton Avenue, Suite C, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 www.parentsplaceonline.org Parent education and workshops, child and family counseling, child assessment and evaluation, occupational and language therapy, parent support groups.

Reina Baez, LMFT/Libertad Community Center, 14045 Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville (619)733-6726 www.reinalmft.wordpress.com Bilingual (Spanish/English) individual, family, group, and couples therapy, accepting Medical and offering affordable services for low-income clients. Email: Reinalmft@gmail.com

Shannon Rogge, LMFT http://www.shannonrogge.com (415) 533-7282 Specializing in working with women and teen girls, new mothers as well positive parenting support. Medi-Cal accepted. Email: sroggemft@gmail.com

Russian River Counselors 707-865-1200 www.rivershrink.com Psychotherapy by apt. for children, families, couples. Medi-Cal accepted, insurance, sliding scale. No habla espanol. 19375 Hwy 116, Monte Rio

Russian River Empowerment Center 707-604-7264 Provides persons living with mental health issues a wellness drop in center offering supportive services. 14520 Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) 707 527-6655 www.namisonomacounty.org Support groups, family education, advocacy and resources. 182 Farmers Lane #202 Santa Rosa.

Buckelew Programs 707-571-5581 www.buckelew.org Mental health and recovery services, family service coordination, supportive housing programs, employment assistance. Resource Clinic every Tuesday at 3pm, no appt. necessary. 144 South E Street Santa Rosa. #200

Chrysalis Community Counseling Services 707-545-1670 x201 www.chrysaliscounseling.org Affordable counseling for women, men, couples, children and families. Log or short term assistance. Sliding scale. 1821 Fourth Street Santa Rosa.

Lomi Psychotherapy Clinic 707-579-0465 x 227 www.lomi.org Short and long term psychotherapy. HIV support groups, Free services for homeless or impoverished adults and children when funding is available. Sliding scale. Med-Cal and some private insurance accepted. Mon-Fri 8am-8pm 534 B St. Santa Rosa. Se habla espanol.

Positive Images: 312 Chinn St. Santa Rosa (707) 568-5830 www.posimages.org Free therapy for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersexed youth and young adults. Se habla espanol.

Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) Medi-Cal Counseling Services: 2447 Summerfield Rd. Santa Rosa (707) 544-3299 x 237 24 Hr hotline 888-729-0012 www.saysc.org For youth and young adults ages 15-25 with Medi-Cal. Bilingual counseling services. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Catholic Restorative Justice Ministries 707-544-9080 Assists victims, criminal offenders and their families. M-F 10am-2pm. 24 Ursuline Dr. Santa Rosa

Men Evolving Non-Violently (MEN) 707-528-2636 www.sonomacountymen.org Confidential hotline and support groups to help men with violent or abusive behavior. Weekly meetings in Santa Rosa and Petaluma. Sliding scale.

Bay Area Crisis Support: Confidential, trained counselors, 24 Hrs TEXT “BAY” TO 741741 Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-540-4000                                                                               National Suicide Prevention Hotline 24 Hrs: 1-800-273-8255                                           For Postpartum Depression/Anxiety support call toll free: 1-800-PPD-MOMS
LEGAL SUPPORT

Legal Aid of Sonoma County: 707-542-1290 www.legalaidsc.org Helping at-risk children and families find safety and shelter. Assistance with family violence, child abuse, elder abuse, low-income housing and evictions. 144 S E St #100, Santa Rosa

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): (707) 765-5005 www.aclusonoma.org For civil rights violations. FREE. M-F 9am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

Sonoma County Legal Services Foundation: (707) 546-2924 Provides legal services available on a sliding scale based on an individual’s income. Low cost workshops are offered monthly on various topics such as restraining order problems, lawsuits in civil court, cleaning up criminal records, driver’s license retrieval.

Family Justice Center 2755 Mendocino Avenue, Suite 100, Santa Rosa (707) 565-8255 Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm Serving victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault. On-site partner include: YWCA, Verity, Council on Aging, Inter Tribal Council, Legal Aid, Catholic Charities, Sonoma County DA’s office victim services, and Law Enforcement. www.fjcsc.org

California Rural Legal Assistance (707) 528-9941 Provides free legal services for low-income persons. Helps with landlord/tenant, employment, education.

Fair Housing of Sonoma County (707) 579-5033 Provides information and referrals for landlords and tenants in the areas of housing discrimination and landlord-tenant relationships, law and practices.

Family Law Facilitator/Self-Help Center: 3055 Cleveland Ave. Santa Rosa (707) 521-6545 www.sonomasuperiorcourt.com Help with family law and child support issues. Drop-in or call. Mon 1-4:30pm; Tue-Thu 8am-11:30am. Se habla espanol.

Sonoma Co. Legal Services Foundation: 1212 A St. #I Santa Rosa (707)546-2924 www.sonoma.edu/ccjs/info/lsinfo.html Education, info and referrals on legal issues affecting young people and families, especially domestic violence. M-F 10am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

Victim Assistance Center (Sonoma Co. District Attorney): 1000 Coddingtown Ctr #101 (707) 565-8250 www.sonoma-county.org Helps victims and families with crisis and emergency assistance. M-F 8am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

Sonoma County Bar Association (707) 546-5297 Sonoma County Lawyer Referral Service is designed to assist people with finding the right lawyer. The initial consultation costs $35.00, unless you have suffered a personal injury or have a social security appeal or worker’s compensation claim.

DOMESTIC ABUSE

National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) 

YWCA Sonoma County 811 Third Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95404 (707) 546-9922 http://www.ywcasc.org Safe house, counseling services and legal support for women in domestic abuse situations. Restraining orders and court accompaniment. Call the 24 Hr hotline: 707-546-1234 or email ywweb@ywcasc.org

Family Justice Center 2755 Mendocino Avenue, Suite 100, Santa Rosa (707) 565-8255 Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm Serving victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault. On-site partner include: YWCA, Verity, Council on Aging, Inter Tribal Council, Legal Aid, Catholic Charities, Sonoma County DA’s office victim services, and Law Enforcement. www.fjcsc.org

Sonoma Co. Legal Services Foundation: 1212 A St. #I Santa Rosa (707)546-2924 www.sonoma.edu/ccjs/info/lsinfo.html Education, info and referrals on legal issues affecting young people and families, especially domestic violence. M-F 10am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

Victim Assistance Center (Sonoma Co. District Attorney): 1000 Coddingtown Ctr #101 (707) 565-8250 www.sonoma-county.org Helps victims and families with crisis and emergency assistance. M-F 8am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

CHILD SUPPORT/CUSTODY

California Department of Child Support Services:  www.childsup.cahwnet.gov A child support guideline calculator can be accessed via the internet to estimate the amount of child support that can be ordered in a case.

Sonoma County Department of Child Support Services: Toll free (888) 271-4214 or direct line (707) 565-4000 Website: http://www.sonoma-county.org/dcss For assistance in obtaining a child support order, collecting child support, and/or establishing paternity contact Sonoma County Department of Child Support Services

Family Law Facilitator/Self-Help Center: 3055 Cleveland Ave. Santa Rosa (707) 521-6545 www.sonomasuperiorcourt.com Help with custody, divorce, support, and credit card debt collection. Drop-in or call. Mon 1-4:30pm; Tue-Thu 8am-11:30am. Se habla espanol.

ELDER ASSISTANCE

AARP, CA Phone: 575-0518. 2050 West Steele Lane, Suite E1, Santa Rosa

Council on Aging, Phone: 525-0143 / 30 Kawana Spring Road, Santa Rosa

Sonoma County Adult Services, Phone: 565-5900/ 2250 Northpoint Parkway, Santa Rosa

The Salvation Army, Silvercrest Residence, 1050 3rd Street, Santa Rosa. Drop in clinic. Free legal services for individuals 62 and over Thursday evening from 4:15 to 5:30 pm

IMMIGRATION

Libertad Community Center, (Reina Baez, LMFT) 14045 Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville (619)733-6726 Bilingual (Spanish/English) psychological evaluations for immigration applications: U-Visa, Hardship Waivers, VAWA, and Removal Cases, accepting Medical and offering affordable services for low-income clients.

California Human Development (CHD): 3315 Airway Dr. Santa Rosa. (707) 521-4764 www.californiahumandevelopment.org Work permits, English literacy, citizenship, legal status, green cards, affidavits of support. M-F 8:30am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

Catholic Charities, Phone: 707-578-6000/ 987 Airway Court, Santa Rosa. http://www.srcharities.org/get-help/immigration-services Family reunification, citizenship, U-Visa, youth immigration (DACA).

 FREE English Language classes (ESL): Santa Rosa Junior College, 1501 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa (707) 527-4382 www.santarosa.edu

Graton Day Labor Center: 2981 Bowen St. Graton (707)829-1864 www.gratondaylabor.org Connects day workers with jobs and health services. Mon-Sat 6:30am-11:30am; Sun  8am-12pm. Se habla espanol.

Migrant Education: 5510 Skylane Blvd. Santa Rosa. (707) 526-1272 Social, educational, translation and health services. Free food for children during the summer.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE

Alcoholics Anonymous: 707-544-1300/ Espanol: 707-623-6702  www.sonomacountyaa.org ; Narcotics Anonymous 24 Hr: 707-324-4062 www.sonomacountyna.org; Cocaine Anonymous: 415-226-1300; Al-Anon & Alateen: 24 Hr (707) 823-7840

Center Point DAAC (Drug Abuse Alternatives Center) 2403 Professional Dr # 101, Santa Rosa. Open 24 hours (707) 241-4623 Residential, outpatient rehab programs for adults and adolescents, perinatal, methadone, HIV/Hepatitis C medical treatment. No one turned away.

Turning Point 707-284-2950 Turning Point Residential Program offers co-ed and gender-specific services, with a specialized treatment track intended for those with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse problems. 30-270 days.

California Human Development, Phone: 707-521-4721 / 3315 Airway Drive, Santa Rosa. www.californiahumandevelopment.org Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm. Residential programs for chemically dependent adults. Bilingual programs. Sliding scale. Residential for Women 707.526.3150 Residential for Youth 707.539.2792

CHD Outpatient Program: (707) 523-2242 Treatment planning, counseling and education for alcohol and drug issues. Sliding scale. Medi-Cal accepted. Walk-in Tue or Thurs 9am-12pm. Proof of income and ID required. Se habla espanol.

Community Support Network (CSN): 1410 Guerneville Rd. M-F 9am-4:30pm www.communitysupportnet.org Supportive housing following drug treatment.

Manna Home (Redwood Gospel Mission) 707-576-1471. www.srmission.org Free faith-based 10-16 month residential program for chemically dependent women. Se habla espanol.

New Life Recovery for Men (Redwood Gospel Mission) 101 6th Street Santa Rosa 707-542-4817 x15. www.srmission.org Free 12 step faith-based residential recovery program (10-16 months). Relapse prevention, GED prep, vocational rehab. Must be clean and sober 72 hrs. Intake M-F 8:30am. Se habla espanol.

Santa Rosa Treatment Program (707) 576-0818. www.srtp.net 180 day detox program, methadone and Suboxone distribution. Intake will take roughly three hours, photo ID needed for admission. We accept walk-ins Monday through Friday at 6am however slots are limited; please call for pre-intake screening. For Methadone (707)576-0818 For Suboxone (707)576-1919. 1901 Cleveland Ave, Suite B Santa Rosa. Monday-Friday 6am- 2pm

Victory Outreach Santa Rosa (707) 527-0412 www.womensrecoveryservices.org M-F 9am-5pm. 120 day residential program for women, thier infants and young children. Pregnant women may give birth while in facility. Infants and young children cared for on-sire. School age children attend neighborhood school. Private pay. AODS referrals and sliding scale.

R House 707-539-2792 www.rhouseinc.org Residential programs and counseling services for youth. Serving teens with substance abuse and/or mental health diagnosis.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) 707 527-6655 www.namisonomacounty.org Support groups, family education, advocacy and resources. 182 Farmers Lane #202 Santa Rosa.

YOUTH

Chop’s Teen Club: 509 Adams Street Santa Rosa (707) 284-2467 www.chopsonline.com For youth ages 7-12. Hours vary. Se habla espanol.

SAY Dream Center (Social Advocates for Youth): 2447 Summerfield Rd. Santa Rosa. (707) 544-3299 or 24 Hr 888-729-0012 www.saysc.org Housing, counseling and job training for youth 18-24 years. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

SAY College & Career Readiness Program: 2447 Summerfield Rd. Santa Rosa (707) 800-3961 www.saysc.org Work-based learning, field trips, career mentoring, internships. Se habla espanol.

SAY Outreach Team: 1234 Ripley St. (707) 546-3432 For homeless, at-risk, or transitioning youth ages 12-24. Mobile health services 2nd and 4th Monday, ID, clothes, food, housing, resume, employment. Se habla espanol. SAY Youth Crisis Services: 24 Hr 888-729-0012 Crisis intervention and counseling for teens and families.

Positive Images: 312 Chinn St. Santa Rosa (707) 568-5830 www.posimages.org Free therapy for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersexed youth and young adults. Se habla espanol.

Coffee House Teen Shelter (Social Advocates for Youth): 1234 Ripley St. Santa Rosa. 24 Hr 888-729-0012/707-546-3432 www.saysc.org Shelter for youth ages 12-17, food and counseling for youth to 24 years old and families in crisis. Walk-ins before 9pm.

Conservation Corps North Bay: 365 Blodgett St. Cotati (707) 303-3069 www.conservationcorpsnorthbay.org Training and educational program for youth ages 18-25. HS diploma and paid on-the-job training. M-F 8:30am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

Elsie Allen Health Center: 599 Bellevue Ave. #G1 Santa Rosa (707) 528-5770 Mon & Thurs 8:30am-5pm; Tues 8:30am-4pm; Wed & Fri 8:30am-3:30pm. Free or sliding scale. Do not have to be a student.

Esperanza Resources Services (Social Advocates for Youth): 2447 Summerfield Rd. Santa Rosa. (707) 544-3299 M-F 9am-5pm. www.saysc.org Mentoring, social activities, field trips for youth ages 14-24. Se habla espanol.

Sanctuary House (Community Support Network): 707-799-0429 www.communitysupportnet.org Permanent housing for low income, transitional age youth (18-24) with mental health challenges.

Tamayo Village (SAY): (707) 528-7500 www.saysc.org Transitional housing for homeless, at-risk or former foster care young adults ages 18-24.

VOICES Youth Center: 714 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa (707) 579-4327 www.voicesyouthcenter.org Helps with housing, education, employment for youth ages 16-24 transitioning from foster care. Tue-Thu 12-6pm; Fri 12-4:30pm. Se habla espanol.

YouthBuild (Community Action Partnership Sonoma Co.): 141 Stony Circle Santa Rosa #210 (707) 578-2034 www.capsonoma.org Education, job training and leadership skills for youth ages 16-24 without HS diploma. M-F 9am-5pm.

YouthLink (Social Advocates for Youth): 2447 Summerfield Rd. Santa Rosa (707) 800-3950 www.saysc.org Countywide education and employment services. Work readiness training, case managment, paid and unpaid work experience for youth ages 16-24. M-F 9am-5pm. Se habla espanol.

(Guerneville)

Youth Education & Employment (WCCS): 16390 Main St. Guerneville (707) 823-1640 x.403 www.westcountyservices.org For low income youth ages 14-21 with special needs. M-F 9am-5pm.

California Youth Crisis Hotline: 800-843-5200 http://youthcrisisline.org/                   Suicide Prevention Hotline: 877-727-4747

National Suicide Prevention Hotline 24 Hrs: 1-800-273-8255

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