child drawingResidential low rent housing programs that facilitate the movement of homeless individuals & families to permanent housing (usually between 6 & 24 months). Benefits assistance may be provided.

Countywide (Santa Rosa location)
Catholic Charities Family Support Center
: 542-5426. info@srcharities.org Subsidized housing, support & intensive case management for homeless families & single mothers for up to 24 mos. M-F 8am-5pm. 465 A St. (map). Se habla español.  Also see Emergency Shelters, Employment & Training, Financial Assistance, Food & Permanent Supportive Housing sections. www.srcharities.org

Community Action Partnership Sonoma (CAPS): 544-6911. For homeless women & children. Case management, parenting classes, housing referrals, support groups.Appt. required. M-F 8:30am-5pm. 141 Stony Circle, #210 (map). Se habla español. Also see Emergency Shelters and Financial Assistance sections. www.capsonoma.org

Community Support Network (CSN): 575-0979. Low income housing & supportive case management for homeless adults with mental health diagnosis &/or behavioral health difficulties. 6-10 mo stay. (Sonoma Co. Mental Health referral required). 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, Permanent Supportive Housing and Youth Services sections. www.communitysupportnet.org.

Interfaith Shelter Network (IFSN): 546-7907. Provides supervised, structured transitional housing for men, women, women with minor children, and Veterans.  Services include case management, counseling, therapy, community resource coordination, employment preparation, and permanent housing assistance and placement.  Office Hrs: M-Th 9am-5pm. 3850 Montgomery Dr. (map). Pick up application at 1440 Guerneville Rd. Fax to 546-1544. No habla español. www.ifsn.org

North Bay Veteran’s Resource Center (Div. of Veterans Resource Centers of America): 578-8387.  See Veterans Services section.

Tamayo Village (Social Advocates for Youth): 528-7500. tamayohouse@saysc.org Transitional housing for homeless, at-risk or former foster care young adults 18-24. No couples, children or pets. Not able to provide emergency housing. M-F 10am-4pm. 1700 Yulupa Ave. (map). www.saysc.org

The Salvation Army: 542-0981. For clean & sober men 18+. M-F 8:30am-5pm. Waiting list. 93 Stony Circle (map). Se habla español. www.salvationarmysantarosa.org

Cloverdale
Wallace House Community Services: 894-2727. halbohm@sbcglobal.net Clean & sober housing & case management for single adults. Call Mon, Wed, Fri 9:30am-12 noon. 126 No. Main St. (map). Se habla español. Also see Emergency Shelters, Financial Assistance & Permanent Supportive Housing sections. www.wallacehouse.org

Healdsburg
North Sonoma County Services: 433-6161. For families only. Helps participants to work toward self-sufficiency, independence & permanent housing, access resources & services, develop good credit & rental history, gain self-confidence & become self-sufficient. By appointment. Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. 209 Matheson St. (map). Se habla español. Also see Financial Assistance section. www.northsonomacountyservices.com

Petaluma
Mary Isaak Family Transitional Housing (COTS): 776-4777. May stay up to one year. Intensive support services & individualized case management. Parents required to participate in Kids First (12-week parenting skills training) and Rent Right (9-week course in financial literacy & housing search), benefits assistance and/or employment courses.  M-F 9am-5pm. 900 Hopper St. (map). Se habla español. Also see Day Centers, Emergency Shelters, Financial Assistance, Food, Permanent Supportive Housing and Veterans Services sections. www.cots-homeless.org

The Salvation Army: 769-0716. For clean & sober families. Mon-Fri 9am-11am by appointment. 721 So. McDowell Blvd. (map). No habla español. www.tsatoday.org/petaluma

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