Address:1243 Ripley StSanta Rosa, CA 95401Map & Directions
Services: Offers Crisis Phone Line daily 24-hour Basis For Youth And Their Families. Provides Emergency Short Term Shelter For Teens From 12-17 Years Old And Emergency Winter Shelter For Youth Aged 18 - 24 Years Only Through The Winter Months Of Starting In December Through March. Offers food, Counseling, referrals, And Family Reunification Services For Runaway And Homeless Youth And Respite For Their Families. Allows Task Performing Service Animals. Weather-driven Drop In Service 9:00am - 9:00pm For Youths Under 24 Of Age.
Hours: 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week. Call 1-888-729-0012 For Shelter Needs 12/24 And 12/25
Eligibility: Runaway And Homeless Youth Aged 12- 17, Emergency Winter Shelter For Youth Aged 18- 24 Years During Dec. Thru Mar. Task Performing Service Animalsintervention For Youth And Their Families
Documents To Bring: Call for information, walk-ins accepted between 9:00am-9:00pm
Address:5 W 6th StSanta Rosa, CA 95401Map & Directions
Services: Offers Booster Bags Designed To Boost The Spirits Of Women And Children In Crisis With Bags Containing Food, Toiletries And Clothing. We Also Give Gift Certificates To Our Assistance League Thrift Shop And Bus Tickets For Transportation. Over 650 Backpacks/bags Are Distributed To: Residents Of The Ywca Women's Emergency Shelter Homeless Women And Children Who Seek Assistance From The Living Room.
Hours: Mon-wed & Fri 10:00am-4:00pm Sat 11:00am-2:00pm Thu & Sun: Closed
Eligibility: Must Be A Resident At The Ywca Women's Emergency Shelter Or A Participant Of A Program At The Living Room.
Documents To Bring: Contact a representative from the YWCA or The Living Room
Address:634 Pressley StreetSanta Rosa, CA 95404Map & Directions
Services: 13 Bed Shelter for Adults who are Homeless and have mental illnessSERVICE PHONES:707-570-3645 intake707-570-3945 fax
Hours: M-Fri 7am-12 Noon and 3pm-7pm; Sat and Sun 7am-7pm
Address:101 6th StSanta Rosa, CA 95401Map & Directions
Services: We offer breakfast and dinner 365 days a year. Breakfast and devotion start at 6:30am. Dinner and chapel start at 6pm. You are required to attend the services in order to eat with us. We also offer a 14-day stay for men who are 18 and over and have a picture Identification card. We also offer a work program for men to achieve full-time employment. This program requires that you be clean and sober and save 75 per cent of your earnings with us. Free haircuts are available to anybody; men, women or children, on the first Monday of each month from 8am to 10am. Offers clothing exchange and showers Monday through Friday at 8am to 9am.
Hours: Hours: 7 days a week from 2pm-8pm
Eligibility: Men 18 years and over for guests services, no requirements for haircuts
Address:811 3rd StSanta Rosa, CA 95404Map & Directions
Services: Provides a 24-hour hotline and a therapeutic residential emergency safe house in confidential location for women and their children who are at-risk of domestic violence or sexual assault and cannot remain at home.
Eligibility: Victims of domestic violence, child abuse, or sexual assault
Address:900 Hopper StPetaluma, CA 94952Map & Directions
Services: Offers families With Children under The Age Of 18 Years, Who Are Homeless Or At Risk Of Homelessness With Temporary Shelter And Case Management.
Hours: Mon-fri 9:00am-5:00pm
Eligibility: Families With Children Under The Age Of 18 Yearsresidents Of Sonoma Countyhomeless Or At Risk Of Homelessness
Documents To Bring: Call or stop by the Mary Isaak Center to make an appointment to be added to the Sonoma County waitlist. (707) 765-6530, 900 Hopper Street, Petaluma CA 94952
Address:209 W Matheson StHealdsburg, CA 95448Map & Directions
Services: An emergency homeless shelter for families. Provides case management, employment training, and diverse support services plus linkages to community resources leading to family stabilization, housing placement and housing retention. Special activities and services for children. Onsite services: Resource advocates; Evening childcare for residents; health clinic; community garden.PERSON(S) FOR PUBLIC TO CONTACT FOR SERVICES:Juan Aguilar
Eligibility: Homeless families with children or women in 3rd trimester of pregnancy
Address:405 Grove StHealdsburg, CA 95448Map & Directions
Services: Direct services offered for eligible persons including farm workers: Temporary employment assistance, specialized information and referral for community. Referral services for eligible persons including farm workers: Electric bill payment asistance, gas bill payment assistance, heating fuel bill payment assistance, water bill payment assistance.
Hours: M-Fri 8am-12:30pm (Healdsburg address) or M-Fri 8am-5pm (Santa Rosa address)
Eligibility: Low-income eligible including farmworkers
Address:443 Hudson StHealdsburg, CA 95448Map & Directions
Services: Provides overnight temporary or emergency shelter on a first-come first-served basis. Must call first Located in Healdsburg at St. Pauls Church. Single parent families and single women should call between 7:00pm and 7:30pm. Single men and couples should call between 7:30pm and 8:00pm.
Eligibility: homeless, near homeless, low income
Address:19686 8th St ESonoma, CA 95476Map & Directions
Services: Provides Feral Cat Services For Sonoma Valley By Humanly Trapping, Altering, And Releasing Feral cats Before They Breed In An Effort To Reduce The Number Of Homeless Kittens Received In The Shelter. Offers Advice On Properly Managing A Feral Cat Colony In Sonoma Valley. Offers Volunteers Opportunities.
Hours: Wed - Fri 12 Noon-5:00pmsat & Sun 11:00am - 5:00pm
Eligibility: No Restrictions
Documents To Bring: Call for information or go online