Our mental health programs serve seriously ill adults age 18 and older throughout Sonoma County. Services are provided by County staff, community health centers, and a network of contracted personnel.
This member-operated community self-help center provides mental health consumers with a safe, caring recovery-based environment where members can participate in peer counseling and self-help groups, get community referrals and housing information, use the computer lab and search the human services database.
This grassroots family, client and community member organization is dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental health challenges and the lives of their families and friends.
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The Warmline is a peer-run service operated by, and for, mental health consumers. Emphasizing self-help, the Warmline provides a confidential telephone connection for people with mental health challenges who would like to speak with a peer, or be linked to resources. The Warmline provides support during hours when resources are limited.
This mental health consumer-run organization is dedicated to empowering the local mental health community through peer support and activity groups, one-on-one peer support in Spanish and English, information and referral to community resources.
This consumer-driven Mental Health and Wellness drop-in center provides a safe and supportive haven for those who want to transcend serious and persistent mental illness. The Center is staffed with mental health consumers who support and empower our members to recover from mental illnesses in West Sonoma County.
This client-run drop-in center provides a variety of services for all mental health consumers, including a career center and computer lab, job counseling, workshops and education forums, an art studio, a community garden, a kitchen with cooking classes, and a variety of self-help groups.
24-hour access line to mental health information, screening, and referrals:
(707) 565-6900 or (800) 870-8786
24-hour Mental Health Crisis Services:
Patient Rights Advocate:
To register a grievance:
Are you a family member of a seriously ill adult client? Call (707) 571-8452 to get support, advocacy and help navigating the mental health service delivery system.