Mental Health Resources for Sonoma County Youth
24 Hour Emergency Mental Health Hotlines/Emergency Numbers
Local Mental Health Hotlines / Emergency Numbers:
|North Bay Suicide Prevention Hotline||855-587-6373|
|Sonoma County Suspected Child Abuse Hotline||707-565-4304/800-870-7064|
|Sonoma County Emergency Mental Health Hotline||800-746-8181|
|Verity Sexual Assault Hotline||707-545-7273|
|YWCA Domestic Violence Services||707-546-1234|
|Crisis Stabilization Unit||800-576-8181|
|Social Advocates for Youth Crisis Center||800-544-3299|
State-wide/National Mental Health Hotlines / Emergency Numbers:
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||800-273-8255|
|CalHOPE Connect||(800) 273-8255 (Call) | Text 838255|
|NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)||866-960-6264 (Call or Text)|
|The Trevor Project (LQBTQ Youth)||866-488-7286|
|The TALKline||415-441-KIDS (4357)|
|California Youth Crisis Line||800-843-5200 (Call or Text)|
|Crisis Text Line||Text: "Hello" to 741-741|
|Anonymous reporting weapon threats at school||866-SPEAK-UP|
|Teen Line (Teens can talk to other teens who are trained to support peers through tough times)||310-855-4673 or Text: “Teen” to 839863 (6-9pm PST)|
Shelter, Food, Medical, Mental Health, Disaster Resources
United Way Local Assistance
Call 211 or Text your zip code to 898211
Comprehensive local service for information regarding housing, food, transportation, mental health, medical care, legal assistance, job assistance and more. Information in English/Spanish and 150 other languages.
SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline
800-985-5990 (Call or Text)
Crisis counseling, support and referrals for people experiencing distress due to a natural or human caused disaster, pandemic, or community unrest/violence. Press 2 for Spanish when calling, interpretation in 100 different languages available as well.
Emergency Shelters / Drop-in and Teen Centers
|Abraxis Transition Program (Mon-Fri, noon-8pm)||707-568-4415|
|The Coffee House Teen Shelter:||707-546-3432|
|Valley of the Moon||707-939-1452|
West County Free or Low Cost Counseling Services
West County Community Services
707-823-1640 x391 | www.westcountyservices.org/counseling-services/
Free Behavioral Health Services in West County include individual and group support through Peer Counseling, Crisis Counseling, School based Counseling for youth, and Senior Counseling Services.
Forestville Teen Clinic
707-887-0427 | www.wchealth.org/service/mental-health-services/
Behavioral Health Services include: Group and individual therapy, behavioral health for adults and children, Gender Affirming Behavioral Health Service for youth and adults.
Sonoma County Free or Low Cost Counseling Services
Child Parent Institute
707-585-6108 | calparents.org
No-cost counseling services for children birth-18 including trauma treatment, mental health treatment, and family therapy.
Jewish Community Free Clinic
707-585-7780 | www.jewishfreeclinic.org
Offers short-term solution focused therapy at no cost to all members of the community.
SAY (Social Advocates for Youth)
707-544-3299 x237 | www.saysc.org
Counseling services for children, adolescents or families who have Medi-Cal.
707-571-8452 | www.buckelew.org/
The Family Service Coordination team provides a Resource Clinic every Tuesday from 3-4:30 pm, and has several support groups for supporters of loved ones with mental, behavioral, or situational challenges.
Petaluma People Services
707-765-8488 | petalumapeople.org/counseling/
Counseling services offered for children, adolescents and families for a low sliding scale fee.
707-568-2300 x105 | www.lifeworkssc.org
Counseling services offered for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families for a sliding scale fee. They also offer services for families dealing with substance abuse, and behavioral or emotional challenges.
Santa Rosa Community Health
707-303-3600 | srhealth.org
Counseling services offered for individuals and families. They take Medi-Cal and many other health insurance companies, and also offer a sliding scale for those who are uninsured.
Sonoma County Indian Health Project
707-521-4550 | www.scihp.org/behavioral-health-services/
Counseling services offered to Sonoma County American Indians, as well as non-Indians with Medi-Cal on a limited basis.
NAMI Sonoma County
866-960-6264 | namisonomacounty.org/
Support Groups for those living with mental illness and their families/caregivers. Also information and resources for mental health.
Sonoma County Psychotherapy Group Practices
Sonoma Family Therapy
707-483-9061 | https://www.sonomafamilyinc.com/
Sliding scale offered for pre-licensed staff therapists, “superbill” option to submit to insurance companies for all other therapists.
707-303-3243 | https://psychstrategies.com/
Therapists accept most major health insurance plans, but do not take Medi-Cal.
Sonoma County Grief Counselings
Sutter Care at Home Bereavement & Grief Support
707-535-5780 | www.sutterhealth.org/services/home-health-hospice/grief-support-santa-rosa
Free counseling, community education and school-based groups. All ages.
St. Joseph Health Hospice Grief Services
Memorial Hospice Santa Rosa 707-568-1094; Hospice of Petaluma 707-778-6242; North County Hospice 707-431-1135 | www.providence.org/locations/norcal/st-joseph-health-hospice/grief-services
Free counseling, community education and school support. All ages.
Social Advocates for Youth School-based Grief Services
707-544-3299 x234 | www.saysc.org/programs/say-grief-services
Free school-based support groups and workshops for youth.
Spanish/English Bilingual Mental Health Resources
Departamento de Salud Conductual del Condado de Sonoma
707-565-6900 | sonomacounty.ca.gov/Health/Behavioral-Health/
Mental and Substance Use Disorder Services.
Humanidad-Therapy and Education Services
707-525-1515 | srosahtes.org
Non-profit multicultural community mental health agency offering low-fee mental health services in Sonoma County
Social Advocates for Youth (SAY)
707-528-7500 | www.saysc.org
Individual and Family Therapy, Functional Family Therapy and SAY Grief Services.
Accepts medi-Cal in addition to free services and workshops.
Petaluma People Services Center
707-765-8488 | www.petalumapeople.org
Counseling services offered for children, adolescents, elderly and families in Sonoma County.
Low sliding scale fee.
Latino Service Providers
707-837-9577 | latinoserviceproviders.org
Counseling resources, youth learning programs, mutual aid assistance for Latinx; youth and adult communities, immigrants and agricultural workers.
Centro La Luz
707-938-5131 | www.laluzcenter.org
Group and Individual Counseling Services, Financial Aid, rent assistance, food and other resources.
707-545-7270 | www.ourverity.org
Rape Crisis Intervention, Trauma Counseling, Individual and family Therapy, Support Groups.
Services based on sliding scale.
COVID-19 / Shelter-in-Place Sonoma County and National Information and Resources
211 Sonoma County Local and National resource information and referrals
Dial 211 or 800- 325-9604 ; Text your zip code to 898211 for all resources, or Text “Covid19” to 211211 for Coronavirus information.
World Health Organization (WHO)
General Information: www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
How to Protect Yourself:. www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
California Department of Public Health: COVID 19:
Covid-19 Information: xocoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/
Emergency Preparedness: socoemergency.org/get-ready/
National Center for Transgender Equality, The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guide: https://transequality.org/covid19
Food and Body Related Counseling in Sonoma County
ANAD Eating Disorder Support Group of Petaluma: 707-778-7849
Alcohol and Substance Abuse Resources
|Sonoma County Al-Anon/Alateen||707-575-6750 | sonapal-anon.org/|
|Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline||800-729-6686|
|Alcohol Treatment Referral Hotline||800-252-6465|
|National Council on Alcoholism and
Drug Dependence Hopeline
|National Institute on Drug Abuse Hotline||800-662-4357|
|National Helpline for Substance Abuse||800-262-2463|