In offering the support resources detailed below, it is my goal to assist you in locating basic information quickly; the listing are not intended to be exclusionary or exhaustive. Many services listed in the section entitled "Sonoma County Resources" are most readily available to those in the Sonoma County area. Additional nationwide resources are listed separately under the heading "National Resources." Please note: In the event of an emergency, always call "911" immediately.

Anger Management

Sonoma County Men Evolving Non-violently (MEN): For men in danger of abusing someone and wanting to reduce abusive behavior. Call (707) 528-2636.

Community Support Services, General Mental Health

County of Sonoma Health Services, Mental Health Division: Information on general mental health services in Sonoma County. View website at For general information and referrals call (707) 565-6900 or (800) 870-8786. 24-hour Emergency Mental Health Hotline: (800) 746-8181.

Sonoma County "211" Community Resources Directory: General resources and information for Sonoma County residents. Call "211" or view website at

Domestic Violence

YWCA Domestic Violence Services & Women's Emergency Shelter.

24-hour Hotline: (707) 546-1234.

Drug Substance/Abuse

Drug Abuse Alternatives Center : Call (707) 544-3295.

Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders Outreach : Call (707) 778-7849.

Family Services

Family Service Agency : Affordable mental health services and referrals (English and Spanish) for adults, couples, families, adolescents, and children.
Call (707) 545-4551.


Hospice by the Bay : Call (707) 935-7504 or view website at
St. Joseph Health System : Call (707) 568-1094 or view website at
Sutter VNA & Hospice : Call (707) 535-5700 or view website at
Willmar Center for Bereaved Children : Call (707) 935-1946 or view website at

Sexual Assault/Rape

Verity (United Against Sexual Assault) : Rape and sexual assault services and crisis center (English and Spanish). 24-hour Hotline: (707) 545-7270.

Suicide Prevention

Sonoma County Mental Health, Psychiatric Emergency Services :
Call (707) 576-8181 or (800) 576-8181 (Crisis intervention).

Teen/Adolescent Assistance

Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) : SAY offers a wide range of counseling, prevention, crisis intervention, and diversion programs in Sonoma County to at-risk and high-needs children and youth through age 25 with family counseling available. Many services available in English and Spanish.
Call (707) 544-3299 or 24-hour Crisis Hotline at (800) 544-3299. View website at

Victim Assistance

Sonoma County Victim Assistance Center : Resources for victims of crimes.
Call (707) 565-8250. California Victim Compensation and Government Claims.
Call (800) 777-9229 or view website at


Disclaimer: In offering the resources, it is my goal to assist you in locating basic information quickly; the list is not intended to be exclusionary or exhaustive. Although all resources listed have been verified for currency, information is subject to change. The makers and holders of this site are not responsible for any changes or errors in listed information. The makers and holders of this site are not promoting any particular agency or guaranteeing the standard of care offered by any agency or service. In the event of an emergency, immediately call "911."