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Additional Community Resources

In addition to connecting you with services provided by FISH, our dispatchers can help you to find other community resources. If you don't see what you need, give us a call at 707-996-0111.

  • In addition to FISH, there are several other food assistance programs that serve Sonoma Valley. Find them under our Community Resources pages for Groceries and Prepared Meals.  For scheduled events, visit our Community Food Calendar
     
  • The County of Sonoma has a new "East County Services Center" in Sonoma Valley, located at 19080 Lomita Avenue (behind Taco Bell). Services include nutrition assistance, child support services, and county behavioral health / mental health services. A bilingual receptionist is available Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. for walk-in assistance and referrals, or call 707-565-3510. For some services, hours are limited and an appointment is required. Current hours are:
    • CalFresh (SNAP) and MediCal: Walk-in hours Tuesday and Thursday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Call 877-699-6868 to begin an application.
    • Women Infant and Children (WIC) Nutrition: By appointment Monday and Tuesday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Call 707-565-6900 to schedule.
    • Child Support: By appointment Wednesday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Call 707-565-4900 to schedule.
    • Behavioral Health: By appointment on Thursdays. Call 707-565-4700 or 707-565-6900.
       
  • 2-1-1 Sonoma County lists many resources available in our area. 
     
  • For Sonoma Valley, some of the most frequently requested services are listed below. We've included links and phone numbers for community resources for emergency housing, health and wellness, senior support, youth services, and more.

  • Emergency Housing
  • 939-6777
    Services for those experiencing homelessness as well as prepared meals available to all in need.

  • 707-304-0502​ Programs to reduce homelessness and build community, including Sunday dinners, befriending and pro bono service matching programs, and a tiny home shelter facility.

  • 1-888-729-0012
    Supportive services and a crisis hotline for young people who are experiencing (or at risk of) homelessness.

  • 707-569-0615
    Community Action Partnership provides temporary and transitional housing for women and young children, including the Sloan House shelter.

  • 707-765-6530
    Assistance to those experiencing homelessness in finding and keeping housing, increasing self-sufficiency, and improving well-being.


  • Health and Wellness
  • 707-939-6070
    SVCHC is a non-profit, federally qualified health center serving Sonoma Valley. In addition to medical services, SVCHC offers behavioral health, a dental clinic, pharmacy services and certified bilingual enrollment professionals to help determine eligibility and enrollment options.
    There is also an office of WIC (nutrition assistance program for Women, Infants, and Children) located at SVCHC (call 707-565-6590).

  • (707) 576-8181 or 1-800-746-8181
    The Crisis Stabilization Unit provides 24 hour-a-day, 7 day-a-week crisis intervention, assessment, medication, and up to 23 hours of supportive care for individuals in an acute mental health crisis. The suicide prevention hotline at (855) 587-6373 is available to any Sonoma County resident who needs help. The hotline is a vital resource to any family member, loved one, friend or ally who may be worried about someone who may be suicidal.

  • (707) 933-4482
    Website includes a Community Mental Health Resource Guide in both English and Spanish.

  • 707-528-2636
    24-hour hotline and support groups for men learning to reduce and eliminate violence as a strategy.


  • Senior Support
  • 707-996-0311
    A wide variety of services and referrals for seniors, including transportation, pet assistance, and meal programs.

  • 707-732-9436
    Help for Sonoma Valley families coping with dementia and other symptoms of memory loss.

  • 707-509-0031
    Provides navigation assistance for seniors to access community resources. They can be reached by phone at 707-509-0031 on Monday - Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

  • 707-525-0143
    Social services, information and referral, and nutrition programs to support seniors of Sonoma County.


  • Youth Services
  • 707-938-8544
    Services for youth and teens in Sonoma Valley, including mental health services.

  • (707) 938-1990
    Provides volunteers mentors for school age youth in need of social and emotional support or those facing family or cultural barriers to success.

  • 1-888-729-0012
    Support services for youth, including a hotline.


  • Utility Assistance
  • 1-800-773-4245 or 1-800-743-5000


  • Other Services and Referrals
  • 707-938-5131
    Information and referrals for medical services, legal assistance, mental health services, health and wellness, and housing assistance.

  • 707-584-1579
    Services for those dealing with hunger, homelessness, and poverty.

  • 707-544-6911
    Economic assistance, educational and employment services, health and wellness assistance, and crisis services in Sonoma County.