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Day Centers

Countywide (Santa Rosa location)

Homeless Services Center (Catholic Charities): 525-0226.  Drop-in center & shelter intake for single adults, women & families. Motel vouchers (when available), hot showers, laundry, telephone, mail service. Coordinated Entry intake (866) 542-5480Blankets, sleeping bags & other necessities as available. Drop-in service hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri 6am-11am & 1-5:30pm. 610 Wilson St. (map)

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Interlink Self-Help Center (Goodwill – Redwood Empire): 546-4481. Free peer managed and operated self-help recovery program for individuals with mental or emotional health challenges offering peer counseling, community resources, art classes, games, socialization/recreation activities, educational classes and forums, SMART Recovery and AOD counseling and classes. Drop-in Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 10am-12 noon & 1-3pm; Thu 10am-1pm. 1033 4th St. (map).

tlr-ll-image-jpg_130x74  The Living Room: 978-4800 / 579-0138. For homeless/at-risk women & children. Shelter placement assistance; Grab & Go meals; Mobile Showers Wed 11am-1pm; hygiene products; essential clothing & survival gear as available; pet food; Dogwood Animal Rescue services Mon & Fri 10am-1pm. Resource Center offers computer & internet access, faxing, job search, staff support to find housing, employment & community services. Program & Office hrs: Mon-Fri: 9am-3pm. 1207 Cleveland Av. (map). Se habla español.

Wellness & Advocacy Center (West County Community Svs): 565-7800. Free drop-in peer-run center for adults with mental and emotional health challenges. Art studio, computer lab, job search, support groups, weekly music jam, informational forums and classes, peer counseling and resource referral. Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-4pm; Wed 12 noon-4pm. 2245 Challenger Way, Suite 104 (map).

wccc-logo   Russian River Empowerment Center (West County Community Svs): 823-1640. 
For adults in West County with severe & persistent mental illness. Free support groups, classes, life skills, stress management, peer counseling. Tue-Fri 12pm-5pm. 14520 Armstrong Woods Road (map). No habla español.

Petaluma Peer Recovery Project (Goodwill – Redwood Empire): 565-1299. Free peer-run mental health self-help recovery center for adults 18 and over. Drop-in services include round table discussions, support groups, art, guest presentations, peer support, resources, referrals to services & more. Meet staff & community Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from 10am-3pm at 5350 Old Redwood Hwy. Suite 600 (map).

la-luzlogo    La Luz Center: 938-5131.
 Mobile health van visits, help with immigration issues, family counseling, ESL & GED classes, computer literacy, after school mentoring. Due to COVID restrictions, services are provided through phone appointments and in-person by appointment only. To set up an appointment, please call (707) 938- 5131.17560 Greger St. (map)Also see Financial Assistance. Se habla español.

The Haven (Sonoma Overnight Support): 939-6777. Emergency shelter & food for men, women & families who are Sonoma Valley residents. Up to 4 months stay. No overnights. Access to showers, laundry facilities, bus passes, food, clothing, classes & case management for community members in need. Meals provided, plus food to go. Drop in: Sonoma Springs Community Hall: Mon-Fri 9am-1pm. Se habla español. Also see Emergency Shelters and Food: Hot Meals.

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