Address:16300 First StGuerneville, CA 95446Map & Directions
Services: RCCS offers:Subsidized child care for income and need-eligible families, in the form of free or low cost child care in licensed homes, licensed centers, or other settings as appropriateReferrals for child care for all families, with a list of available child care providers and centers in the West sonoma CountyChild care information and parent/consumer educationChildren's activities such as weekly kindergyms and seasonal festivities held in Guerneville and ForestvilleLow cost Car Safety Seat programLow cost/no cost parent and family support groups and workshops Children and family counseling at Guerneville and Sebastopol officesChild Care Provider education and workshopsEmergency resources for West County families with young children, such as: diapers, food, over-the-counter medicationsReferrals for available West County community based resources
Hours: M-Fri 9am-5pm
Eligibility: Families, low income families, child care providers
Address:750 Mendocino Ave # 1Santa Rosa, CA 95401Map & Directions
Services: Free Pregnancy Testing With Immediate Results; Extended Counseling On Pregnancy Options Including Parenting, Adoption And Abortion. Ongoing Counseling For Developing Life Plans, Setting Goals And Budgeting. Childbirth And Parenting Classes. Infant Clothing, Equipment, Diapers And Maternity Clothes. Post-abortion Counseling And Support Groups.
Hours: Call For Information
Eligibility: Pregnant Women; Partners Of Pregnant Women; Those Who Have Children Primarily Ages Newborn To Age 2
Documents To Bring: Call for appointment; walk-ins accepted
Address:7983 Covert LnSebastopol, CA 95472Map & Directions
Services: Provides baby clothes and equipment, diapers, maternity clothes, limited financial assistance in the area of baby furniture such as cribs or bassinets.
Hours: M-Fri hours vary, please call
Eligibility: Pregnant women, girls and their families
Address:477 Petaluma AveSebastopol, CA 95472Map & Directions
Services: Home Visits by WCCS family advocates, Free Food Boxes, and Referrals to resources for employment, childcare, social services, education, child development and counseling. Assistance obtaining Diapers and Baby ClothingFamilies First Program offers three home visits to all West County families with a first born baby
Hours: Every Day
Eligibility: Families with children 0-18 years
Address:1200 Canon StBodega Bay, CA 94923Map & Directions
Services: Extended Day Care
Hours: Monday-Friday, 12-6
Eligibility: School age child, resident of area served
Address:1420 Tainter StSaint Helena, CA 94574Map & Directions
Services: Arts Appreciation for Youth, Basketball for Youth, Boys/Girls Clubs, Chess for Youth, Computer and Related Technology Classes for Youth, Day Camps, Extended Day Care, Homework Help Programs, Team Sports/Leagues for Youth, Tutoring Services, Youth Enrichment Programs
Hours: Varies according to location
Eligibility: Youth (age 6-17)
Address:1330 Commerce St Ste. CPetaluma, CA 94954Map & Directions
Services: Provides maternity clothes, diapers and baby clothes.
Hours: M 1:30pm-3:30pm, Tu - Fri 9am-11am; or by appointment
Eligibility: Women and families
Address:131 Howard StPetaluma, CA 94952Map & Directions
Services: Automobile Donation Programs, Missing Persons Location Assistance for Youth, Public Awareness/Education for Child Abduction/Parental Kidnapping Issues, Telephone Crisis Intervention for Child Abduction/Parental Kidnapping Issues
Hours: Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30-5
Address:PO Box 507Sonoma, CA 95476Map & Directions
Services: Donations: Call Ahead For A List Of Donations Accepted For Drop Off Or Pick Up.provides Used Clothing And Some Small Household Items For Sale. Offers Layette Items For Newborns And Their Moms Including Disposable Diapers.
Hours: Mon And Fri 10:00am-12 Noonwed 1:00pm-3:00pm
Eligibility: Sonoma Valley Residents
Documents To Bring: None required
Address:707 Randolph StNapa, CA 94559Map & Directions
Services: Provides A Variety Of Support And Educational Services To Parents And Their Children (age Birth-18). Services Include: triple P Parenting Education Services including Classes, Workshops And One-to-one Meetings.baby Steps Home Visitation Program Provides Long Term Support To New Moms. emergency Assistance Fund Assists Families In Crisis By Providing Crisis Intervention Counseling, Resource And Referral To Subsidy Programs, Food Referrals, Diapers And Formula.kinship Support Services Program Offers Support For Families Who Are Raising Their Grandchild, Either Permanently Or Temporarily. The Program Focuses On Supporting, Strengthening, Enhancing, And Assisting Relative Caregivers Who Are Working To Protect And Strengthen The Children In Their Care.also Offers A Community Education, Community Newsletters, An Online Forum And A Resource Library Providing Information About Parenting Issues.
Eligibility: Family With A Child(ren) (age Birth-18), Resident Of Area Served.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in for most services. Some services require pre-registration by calling first or stopping in.