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
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For over 150 years, JFCS has provided comprehensive, caring social services to Bay Area residents of all ages. With over 40 programs and services to choose from—including our nationally acclaimed Seniors-At-Home and Parents Place—we’re confident you’ll find whatever you need at JFCS. We serve families and seniors both, including services to caregivers, information and referral, counseling, home visits, bereavement groups and more. We have an in-house chaplain who is available for families ... Read More
"Quality of life is the gold standard in palliative care. Francis Mueller, MD, Calistoga, California.
Through the Journey Project, the Community Network builds upon nearly two decades of work advocating for quality, affordable neighborhood-based long-term care. Educational programming, strategic planning services, and publications offered draw upon a variety of perspectives representing the personal and professional experiences of those involved.
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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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Last Acts was a national coalition of organizations engaged in an unprecedented education campaign to improve care for people who are dying and their families from late 1990s through 2004. Last Acts served as a clearinghouse for sharing information and ideas at the national, state and local levels. Last Acts provided a forum for discussion, collaboration and broad dissemination of new information. Much of this info is still available via this site and related links.
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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Last Acts Program spearheaded the national movement in the late 1990s on into 2004. Incredible research and publishing was completed during that period and available through this site along with more current publications.
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Link2Care is an online information and support program for family caregivers in California. The resources on the site are specifically designed for those providing care for someone who is living with a disease-related dementia such as Alzheimer's, stroke, Parkinson's and Multiple Sclerosis. Thanks to grant funding there is no cost to members to use this online service. For more detailed information about Link2Care, please click on Information About Link2Care below.
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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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There are many programs in Sonoma County providing assistance to people living with mental health challenges. Peer Support programs are good links into existing services. Those helping to develop the tools and resources provided here on this website include: Interlink Self-Help Center, the Wellness and Advocacy Center, Goodwill-Redwood Empire and Sonoma County Behavioral Health. ... Read More