“The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision which no man could have dreamed would have come his way. Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it.
Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.
Begin it now.”

 
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Building Bridges to Access Care

 

RESOURCES FOR CLIENTS

Click on resource for link to website

Access Team:

(707)565-6900  The Access Team initiates services for Sonoma County Behavioral Health, Community Mental Health Centers and  the Older Adult Team. 

Al-Anon/ Alateen

(24 Hour Hotline): (707) 575-6760  Consumer Education & Affairs:  (707)565-7809 

Buckelew Programs:

Community based organization focused on offering a variety of mental health services to adults and children
Phone: 707-571-5581


CSU (Crisis Stabilization Unit – 24 Hours):

(707)576-8181  Anyone living in Sonoma County who is having a metal health crisis can get help 24 hours a day, seven days a week


Human Services

(General Assistance, Food Stamps, Medi-Cal): 707)565-2715  Human Services provides benefits for those in need, and strives to protect and improve the well-being of individuals and  families 


Interlink Self Help Center:

(707)546-4481  Interlink Self-Help Center is open to all community members 18 years of age and over, they offer support for self directed mental health recovery, and wellness.


Information and Referral Search:

2-1-1  Provides free and confidential information and referral for counseling, healthcare, food, housing and employment


NAMI Warmline:

(866)960-6264  The NAMI Warmline is available Monday through Friday 9am-5pm. Speak with a trained ally, develop a plan, get  resources and find a path towards recovery. 


Petaluma Peer Recovery Center: (707)565-1299  Petaluma Peer Recovery Project runs Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am-3pm. 


Russian River Empowerment Center: (707)823-1604 Ext. 207 Russian River Empowerment Center is available to adults Monday through Friday 11:30am-4:30pm. They offer  counseling, support, crisis management , variety of workshops etc.


Social Security Office (Benefits):

1-877-870-6384 or 1-877-890-8459 


SOS Community Counseling Center: (707)284-3444  Provides counseling services in Sonoma County to individuals, couples, families, and youth both in schools and  community clinics. 


Suicide Prevention 24 Hour Hotline (North Bay): (855)587-6373  Suicide Prevention & Crisis Intervention: (800)764-8181 

Verity (Crisis Line):

(707)545-7273  Crisis line and support for victims of sexual assault

Wellness and Advocacy Center:

(707)565-7800  Wellness and Advocacy Center is self-help, drop-in center for people with mental health challenges in Sonoma County.  They offer various resources, peer programs, support groups, art and computer workshops etc.

Medicated Assisted Treatment Peer Support and Education 


National Alliance of Methadone Advocates (NAMA)

Medication Assisted Recovery Anonymous (MARA)

Medicated Assented Treatment Support Awareness (MATSA) 

Harm Reduction Western Mass (Facebook group)

Addiction Treatment Form

White Bison.org (Wellbriety Recovery, Red Road of Recovery)

Self-Management And Recovery Training (SMART)

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)

Refuge Recovery, A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction


Dual Recovery Anonymous


It's ok to be on MAT. It's Ok to be Abstinent. It's ok to work the 12 steps. It's ok to use religion. It's ok to take any path as long as it leads to recovery.

*Resources are updated regularly, if you are a service agency and would like to be added to our resource list please email melissa at melissa.srtp@gmail.com

 

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