ACCESS California is a statewide consumer-led public mental health advocacy program of Cal Voices. ACCESS is funded by the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission (MHSOAC) through the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA/Prop. 63). Founded in 1946, Cal Voices is the oldest continuously operating peer-run consumer advocacy agency in California. Here you can find more information about MHSA, ACCESS Ambassadors, policy and resources, past webinars, how to advocate, and advocacy ... Read More
CalMatters has done outstanding work related to the Breakdown of Mental Health in California. In May 2019 they hosted/recorded a video cast Mental Health Panel titled Hope on the Horizon, Reimagining Mental Health in California that is timeless and well worth watching. This nonpartisan, nonprofit journalism venture based in Sacramento is committed to explaining how California’s state Capitol works and why it matters spanning a full range of issues impacting daily life. CalMatters team of experienced ... Read More
Buckelew helps people with behavioral health challenges lead healthier, more independent lives, strengthening families and communities in the process. Treatment and support services are tailored to the unique needs of each individual, encouraging the active collaboration of loved ones and other supporters. Buckelew offers a weekly Community Resource Clinic for anyone looking for assistance understanding and accessing community support and services for themselves or their loved one. Family Members/Allies, ... Read More
Call (707) 565-2652 for free and private support if you or someone you know is experiencing emotional stress and anxiety during COVID-19.Seven days a week 10:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m.
Goodwill~Redwood Empire (GRE) was founded in 1974 and is one of the largest non-profit organizations in the North Bay Region encompassing Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino, Lake, Humboldt and Trinity counties. Leadership staff with the GRE Interlink Self-Help Center and the Wellness and Advocacy Center have been assisting with development of publications and trainings created by the Community Network specifically for people with mental health challenges. ... Read More
The mission of Interlink Self-Help Center is to provide a save environment in which those of us facing our mental health challenges can improve our quality of life through self-help, mutual support and empowerment. Interlink is a program of Goodwill-Redwood Empire and is located at 1033 Fourth St. Santa Rosa, CA, 95404. Phone: (707) 546-4481
Currently closed to walk-in service due to COVID-19. Available for calls 9:30am-3:30pm Mon thru Thurs to check in, find out about resources, call for warmline ... Read More
NAMI Sonoma County (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals affected by mental illness, and their families, by providing mental health education, support and advocacy. NAMI Sonoma County collaborates with community partners to raise awareness and understanding of the challenges of living with mental illness, to dispel the stigma that keeps many from seeking help, and the hope of recovery through treatment and support. This website provides access to ... Read More
The Petaluma People Services Center Counseling Department is dedicated to providing for mental health needs in Southern Sonoma County. We believe that everyone wants to grow. It is not a weakness to seek out psychotherapy; it is an act of courage. We offer a sliding fee scale to better serve the counseling needs of individuals, couples, families, and children. PPSC provides individual, family, group and couples counseling. Our staff has experience with a wide variety of issues including: Relationship ... Read More
The Empowerment Center is currently closed because of the Shelter in Place order. RREC is providing virtual services via Facebook including daily call-in check-in; publicly posted resources center; musings & monologues Mondays; Music & Movement Mondays; Top Tips and Ted Talks Tuesdays; Where & What Writing and Whimsical Whatever Wednesdays; Thought Therapy and Three Things Thursday. Read More.
The mission of Sonoma County Behavioral Health (SCBH) is to promote recovery and wellness to Sonoma County residents. SCBH provides mental health and substance use disorder services across the service spectrum, from prevention, early intervention and treatment, to aftercare and recovery. Services are provided in all languages directly or through partnerships with community based agencies. Since 2016 SCBH has collaborated with the Community Network creating the Behavioral Health Advance Care Planning/Palliative ... Read More