Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center provides this site to inform seniors and their caregivers about classes and resources of value. Programs are generally open to the community-at-large and include support groups for diabetes and classes concerning mental health, advance care planning, wellness through life’s end, managing ongoing conditions and many others. A link to the Kaiser Santa Rosa education catalogue is also provided along with links to area hospices and senior resources.
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The Living/Dying Project created this list so that people faced with a life-threatening illness and their families could find some of Marin County resources. They try their best to include any non-profit agency that has services that could benefit their clients, and continue to update their list.
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Rooted in community, Memorial Hospice has been providing quality, compassionate hospice care and grief services to individuals and families facing life-threatening illness or the death of a loved one since 1997. Memorial Hospice and our sister program, Hospice of Petaluma, are a service of the St. Joseph Health System, a Ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange.
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My Care, My Plan: Speak Up Sonoma County’s website provides information and resources for Advance Care Planning including video links, registration and requests for presentations around Sonoma County, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and much more. Established in 2016, MCMP was an initiative of Health Action Committee for Health Care Improvement through 2019.
The Redwood Caregiver Resource Center (RCRC) is one of several Caregiver Resource Centers throughout California serving people with head trauma injury, dementia, Parkinson's and other brain impairment illnesses. The RCRC is located at 141 Stony Circle, Suite 200, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 and provides services to the north coast region including Solano, Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Mendocino and Humboldt counties. Toll Free 800-834-1636.
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Provides web links to Adult Protective Services, In Home Supportive Services, Area Agency on Aging, Linkages, Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP), and Veterans Service Office. Click here to access
Senior Resource Guide
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Find out about services available to seniors, adults with disabilities and caregivers in Sonoma County. They also provide links to other web sites that may be of interest.
The Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging is responsible for policy, planning, funding and advocacy to address the needs of seniors (age 60 and older), adults with disabilities (age 18 and older), and family caregivers. The Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging services include: information and assistance, and two case management ... 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
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
In August 2007, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors authorized the Department of Health Services to convene a health action council (now called “Health Action”) to work on improving health and health care for all Sonoma County residents. Health Action’s over-arching mission is community health improvement.
Building on the interest and commitment of many community leaders, the Department of Health Services has recruited and convened a diverse, multidisciplinary group to identify priority ... Read More