CALIFORNIA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (CHDC)
Emergency shelter for farm workers. Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Community services information, translation, transportation, emergency assistance, services to migrant and seasonal farm workers.
405 Grove Street, Healdsburg
3315 Airway Drive #1, Santa Rosa
CATHOLIC CHARITIES FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
Shelter for families with children and for the disabled. May stay 30-90 days.
Interviews Tuesdays 1pm to 3pm
465 A Street, Santa Rosa, 95401.
CHANATE WOMEN’S EMERGENCY SHELTER
Twenty-one-day shelter for single homeless women and homeless children. Call after 4pm.
COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP OF SONOMA COUNTY (CAPS)
Short stay shelters for families, women and infants. Rental guarantees, information and referral, low cost health clinic. Emergency rental assistance for those at risk of becoming homeless. Dependent on available funding.
1300 N. Dutton, Santa Rosa, 95401
COMMUNITY SUPPORT NETWORK
Sixty-day emergency shelters, residential and other services for adults with mental illness. Spanish/English translation, crisis intervention.
Transitional 11-month program for homeless mentally ill adults. Nine beds. Intake on Tuesdays at 11:00 am at 634 Pressley, Santa Rosa.
COMMITTEE ON THE SHELTERLESS (COTS) Family Shelter
Comprehensive program with case manager on site. Call for screening and intake. Must call every day to stay active on list. South County.
1500-B Petaluma Blvd. South, Petaluma
CATHOLIC CHARITIES HOMELESS SERVICE CENTER
Provides showers, phones, laundry facilities, mail service, and counseling for homeless. Ten-man shelter program.
Open Monday thru Friday 7:00 am to 11:30 am Emergencies only after 1:00pm.
600 Morgan Street, Santa Rosa, 95401
INTER FAITH SHELTER NETWORK, INC.
Wesley House. Can house up to 12 homeless senior or disabled men and women and will help their transition to permanent housing and self-sufficiency. Provides 4 temporary, emergency shelter beds for homeless people recovering from illness or accident.
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS SONOMA COUNTY (NAMI SONOMA COUNTY)
NAMI Sonoma County is a grassroots family and client/consumer organization, dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental illness and the lives of their families and friends. These illnesses are now known as neurobiological brain disorders, or psychiatric disabilities. We embrace the concept of recovery, and of empowerment of consumers and family members.
Our NEW LOCATION
1717 Yulupa Avenue (Behind Christ Methodist Church), Santa Rosa CA 95405
NORTH COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES
Overnight shelters in Healdsburg and Cloverdale. First-come, first-served. Call between 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm only.
209 Matheson St., Healdsburg, 95448
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CENTER FOR WELL-BEING
"The Center offers individual and group education, personal training, nutritional counseling, wellness coaching and small group exercise instruction. Our professional staff includes registered dieticians, exercise physiologists, therapists, and certified educators who are experts in chronic disease, self-management and healthy lifestyle change. Many classes are offered in Spanish."
REDWOOD GOSPEL MISSION
Shelter for men only. Meals, clothing and long-term residential recovery programs free of charge. Job search program. If enrolled in work program, guaranteed bed, sack lunch, mailing address and
101 Sixth Street, Santa Rosa, 95401
SANTA ROSA &MDASH; INTERFAITH SHELTER NETWORK
1500 Armory Drive, Santa Rosa
SOCIAL ADVOCATES FOR YOUTH (SAY)
Shelters for homeless youth under age 18.
Counseling, substance abuse intervention programs. Youth employment center.
1243 Ripley Street, 95401
SEASON OF SHARING
Emergency rental assistance and help with deposits. Dependent on available funding.
565-2131 after 1 pm
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF SONOMA COUNTY (YWCA)
Emergency shelter for women and children with domestic violence problems. Assistance with restraining orders.
546-9922 / 523-4646 / 565-5661
Crisis: 546-1234 (24 hrs.)
ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES
Investigates, reports and provides services to elder adults 65 years of age or older who are abused, neglected, abandoned, etc.
AREA AGENCY ON AGING
Coordinates existing services for seniors, focuses efforts towards elderly in greatest social or economic need.
2250 Northpoint Parkway, Santa Rosa, 95407
CALIFORNIA PARENTING INSTITUTE
Parent education and support groups. Skills through play groups, effective communication skills, single parents, divorcing parents, discipline, etc.
3650 Standish Avenue, Santa Rosa, 95407
Information on emergency food resources and food distribution. In office to take calls Tuesday and Friday 8:30 am to 11:30 am.
437 A Street, Santa Rosa, 95401
COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR INDEPENDENCE (CRI)
Provides services to people with disabilities. Housing referral, benefits counseling, attendant recruitment, referral/interpreter referral. American Sign Language (ASL), peer support, Hispanic resources, housing accessibility modifications.
980 Hopper Avenue, Santa Rosa, 95403
Voice 528-2745 / TDD 528-2151
COUNCIL ON AGING
General information, referrals, home delivered meals, senior legal advisory.
730 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa, 95404
525-0143 / 1-800-675-0143
FACE TO FACE
Provide emotional support, advocacy, and assistance for individuals with AIDS or HIV. Information and referral.
873 Second Street, Santa Rosa, 95404 - 544-1581 FAX 544-4586,
16350 Third Street, Guerneville, 95446 - 869-7390
FAIR HOUSING OF SONOMA COUNTY
Landlord / tenant rights and discrimination questions and issues.
1300 Dutton Avenue, Santa Rosa, 95401
FAMILY SERVICE AGENCY / COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES
General counseling services, senior, widowed and violence/abuse treatment programs.
751 Lombardi Court, Ste. C, Santa Rosa, 95407
FISH OF SANTA ROSA
Emergency food for the needy. Call to receive a Food Card.
1055 Benton Street, Santa Rosa, 95401
Basic items of need for disabled or unemployed adults programs.
2550 Paulin Drive, Santa Rosa
SONOMA COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Administers Aid for Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), food stamps, MediCal, County Medical Services Program (CMSP), Season of Sharing program and general assistance programs. If eligible for AFCD, may provide temporary shelter payments and/or may assist with housing deposits. Provides information about community resources.
2550 Paulin Drive, Santa Rosa, 95403 call 565-2715
INFORMATION AND REFERRAL
565-2108 / (800) 331-2278
Drop-in self-help center for individuals and families managing mental health, community resources, recreation, and job services.
M-T-W-F 10 am-5 pm and Thursday only 1-5 pm.
1033 4th Street, Santa Rosa
LACASA DE LA AMISTAD
Vineyard workers services. Hot meals, English classes, shelter, food, clothing, sleeping bags and tents.
17962 Sonoma Highway, Boyes Hot Springs
Emergency shelter for victims of disaster (e.g., fire, flood, earthquake, emergency evacuations, etc.).
5297 Aero Drive, Santa Rosa, 95403
577-7600 (day) 577-7609 (night)
SECTION 8 VOUCHERS — Sonoma County Housing Authority
1440 Guerneville Road, Santa Rosa
SECTION 8 VOUCHERS — City of Santa Rosa
90 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa
ST. VINCENT de PAUL
Emergency clothing, food, and furniture. (800) 584-1579, 565-2108.
Santa Rosa Dining Room
Daily noon meal 11:30am - 12:30pm
610 Wilson Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
M-F 11:30am - 1:00pm
Sat-Sun 11:00am - 12:00pm
301 Payran Street
Petaluma, CA 94952
Rohnert Park Kitchen
5671 Redwood Drive
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
Emergency services - food, baby food, identification, bus tickets, clothing, counseling, etc. REACH program for assistance with utility bills. Hours - M-F 8:30 am-3:30 pm. Closed 12 pm-1 pm. Identification needed for each family member to receive food.
160 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, 95405
542-0998 FAX 542-0322
SOCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT/SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI)
Social Security Administration, 2099 Range Avenue, Santa Rosa
544-4302 / 800-772-1213
Welfare to work program for Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) applicants, recipients; employment and training, child care, transportation, mental health and substance abuse services.
THE LIVING ROOM
Drop-in center for homeless, at risk women and children only. Breakfast, lunch, toiletries, writing supplies, stamps, bus tickets, telephone message and referral, supervised children's area.
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
636 Cherry Street, Santa Rosa, 95404