Sonoma County Peer Council is a diverse collaborative learning community dedicated to working together towards mental health parity. Great inspirational quotes, photos and graphics are provided along with information about diversity, Appreciative Inquiry, the Mental Health Services Act and so much more with emphasis on leadership, training and recovery.
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
Sonoma Councty Emergency Mental Health & Wellness in English and Spanish provides guidance and resources for Coping during the Coronavirus outbreak. Sections include: Managing your emotional and mental health; Resources for coping with COVID-19; Helping Children cope; Resources for families, parents and children; Resources for mental/behavioral health organizations; Addition and Recovery Resources; and access to the County of Sonoma Warm Line providing free and private support by behavioral health ... Read More
The Wellness and Advocacy Center offers an opportunity for people whose lives have been seriously impacted by mental health challenges to participate in groups and activities including: Art Program (open studio); Art Store (original art/craft items for sale); Career/Computer Lab; Educational Forums; Movies; Peer Counseling; Peer-led self-help groups; Peer/Self Advocacy Training; Snacks and coffee; Youth Support (age 18-25) and more. A program of West County Community Services. Located at 2245 ... Read More
West County Community Services (WCCS) is a multi-service human services agency for western Sonoma County, including Sebastopol and the small rural communities around the Russian River, from Forestville west to Jenner with administrative offices located in Guerneville. WCCS operates Mental Health Peer Support Programs at the Russian River Empowerment Center, the Wellness &Advocacy Center, Interlink Self-Help Center and Petaluma Peer Recovery Center. ... Read More