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June 2024

Community Resource Guide

River to Coast Children’s Services: 707-869-3613
163001 First St., Guerneville, CA 95446. Serves West County families looking for resources and support for families and child care providers.

Russian River Counselors: 707-865-1200
19375 Hwy 116, Monte Rio, CA 95462. Sliding scale fees. Private insurance and MediCal. Offers grief and anger management groups once a week. Individual counseling.

Russian River Health Center – Mental Health: 707-869-2961
16375 Third St., Guerneville, CA 95446. Therapy, counseling, prescriptions. Accepts MediCal and Medicare.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Sonoma County: 707-527-6655
1300 N. Dutton Ave. Suite A, Santa Rosa, CA 95404. Support groups and classes for those with severe and persistent mental disorders. Free

CPI California Parenting Institute: 707-585-6108 or 707-284-1500
3650 Standish Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404. counseling for children 3- 18. Classes for parents. MediCal

Family Service Agency: 707-545-4551
751 Lombardi Ct. Suite C, Santa Rosa, CA 95407. Individual, family, couples, children, and seniors. Grief counseling. Sliding scale fees. Spanish speaking counseling available.

Life Works: 707-568-2300
Contact Michael Tonjum, Executive Director. 1200 College Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404. Individual, couple, and family counseling. Parent education classes and support groups available.

Sonoma County Mental Health Access Team: 707-565-6900 Intake and referral for adults and children with mental health concerns. Individual, group, and family counseling. Prescriptions. MediCal, and works with uninsured clients in special cases.

Sonoma County Department of Human Services: 707-211 Sonoma County hotline referral

Family Education Center: 707-568-2300 x 16 Parenting education groups, anger awareness workshops, individual and family counseling. Parenting classes.

Occidental Health Clinic: 707-874-2444

West County Health Services: 707-887-0290

Walk-In Counseling Clinic:
Free services (no insurance necessary) are available on a walk-in basis, during the following hours at 16390 Main St., Guerneville
Mon: 1:30 – 5 PM, Tues. 1:00 – 6 PM, Wed. 1:30 – 5 PM, Thurs. 1 – 6 PM, Fri. 3 – 6 PM

If you feel that your child would benefit from mental health support at school, please contact your child’s teacher or the principal, Ms. Hegenbart, at:

St. Andrew Mission
20329 Hwy 116 and Beth St.
1st, 2nd, & 4th Tuesday of the month 5 – 7 PM

Redwood Food Bank @ St. Andrew’s Mission
4th Tuesday of the month 5 – 7 PM

West County Community Service
Park& Ride
Tues. 11AM
First Come, First Serve

Russian River Food Pantry
14520 Armstrong Woods Rd.
2nd & 4th Saturday 10AM – 12 PM

Guerneville Veterans Hall
First & Church St. Guerneville
3rd Wednesday of the month 9:30 – 10:30 AM

St. Vincent de Paul
St. Phillips Church
Call Ahead

Redwood Empire Food Bank (REFB): 707-523-7900 provides food and referrals to local food pantries.

Coordinated Entry System Access Sites:
This is the first point of contact for individuals seeking housing resources.

Burbank Housing: 707-526-9782 Help for low income people of all ages, backgrounds, and special needs for opportunities to live in affordable housing.

Catholic Charities Housing Counseling: 707-575-0215 Information and education regarding landlord/tenant issues.

Sonoma County Housing Authority: 707-565-7500
Rental assistance for very low income people through the Federal Section 8 (HUD) voucher program. For people who live in Sonoma County, and outside the Santa Rosa City limits. To apply for the section 8 waiting list: For more information:

YWCA – Safe House & Domestic Violence Hotline: 707-546-1234 Safe house for women, with or without children, who are current victims of or fleeing abuse. 24 Hour hotline for domestic violence.

Rental Assistance by Area:
Healdsburg: 707-433-6161

Petaluma: 707-765-8488

Rohnert Park: 707-588-2285

Santa Rosa: 707-544-6911

Sebastopol: 707-869-0654

Food Stamps: 707-565-2715 Qualified applicants must be low income and cooking for their family only.

Sonoma County Human Services Department: 707-565-2715 Sonoma Works, Temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), MediCal, General Assistance, including temporary help with food, shelter, and employment services. Assists the disabled in obtaining services that will provide long-term benefits.

Sonoma County Job Link: 707-565-5550 Job search resource libraries, career information & planning, online listing of job openings, online resume posting, computers, fax, phone bank, skills assessment, job-search workshops, job placement assistance, skills training, internships, on-the-job training, and referrals to other services.