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Treatment Resources                 Advocacy                 Grief Support                 Mental Health & Other Resources

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Treatment Resources:

Alcoholics Anonymous AA – A fellowship of people who have a drinking problem. It is nondenominational, multiracial, nonprofessional self-help group open to anyone who wants to do something about their problem.

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

Narcotics Anonymous NA – An international, community based association of recovering drug addicts.

Nar-Anon – A 12 step program for families and friends of people struggling with drugs.

Pura Vida Recovery Service – A program for addiction treatment focused on recovery, community, and accountability that treat the whole person and not just the addiction. Evidence-based treatment services include medical detoxification, dual diagnosis, partial hospitalization, day treatment, intensive outpatient treatment and aftercare.

Women’s Recovery Services – A local residential substance dependence treatment program primarily for pregnant and parenting women with their infants and children.

California Human Development (CHD) – A human services organization dedicated to serving people of many walks of life.
Substance Recovery Services

Stonehouse – A local residential treatment program for women and women with children.

Drug Abuse Alternative Center – Services to combat social problems such as substance abuse, poverty, unemployment and homelessness.

Golden Gate Recovery – A comprehensive Addiction and Mental Health Treatment for Men.

Duffy’s Napa Valley Treatment – Residential Addiction Rehab Programs.

Azure Acres – Recovery Center.

Mountain Vista Farm – Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center in Glen Ellen.

Campobello – Chemical Dependency Treatment Services in Santa Rosa.

Olympia House – Residential rehab in a country setting.

Self-Management And Recovery Training (SMART)

Refuge Recovery, A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction

LifeRing Secular Recovery – An organization of people who share practical experiences and sobriety support. There are as many ways to live free of drugs and alcohol as there are stories of successful sober people.

Dual Recovery Anonymous

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

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)

American Society of Addiction Medicine – The nation’s medical specialty society dedicated to educating physicians and improving the treatment of individuals suffering from alcoholism and other addictions.

Redwood Gospel Mission, New Life Program, Residential Treatment
(707) 578-183
General information: A 12-to-18-month faith-based residential substance abuse recovery program for men who wish to put their addictions behind them and start a new life.

Sonoma County Indian Health Project, Outpatient Treatment
Behavioral Health and Medical Departments: (707) 521-4550; Pharmacy: (707) 521-458
Provides therapy and substance abuse recovery outpatient services, as well as community wellness activities that include cultural activities.

Co-existing Disorders Support Group, Richard C Alongi, MFT
(707) 639-1259  – This group is for persons diagnosed with co-occuring disorders, primarily some forms of psychiatric and substance abuse problems (“dual-diagnosed’). In this group, members will learn a variety of valuable tools they can use in the maintenance of their recovery. Members should have some “clean time” already and be actively engaged in an outside recovery-based program, as well. **Not currently active due to COVID19

Partnership to End Addiction – A non-profit organization dedicated to transforming how our nation addresses addiction by empowering families, advancing effective care, shaping public policy and changing culture.


CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) – A membership organization of anti-drug coalitions working to create and maintain safe, healthy and drug-free communities globally. This is accomplished by providing technical assistance and training, public policy advocacy, media strategies and marketing programs, training and special events.

Shatterproof – Online program with support and education

Faces and Voices of Recovery – A program advocating for public policies and funding that support recovery for all through education and public events.

Center for Motivational Change – A holistic approach designed to support real and lasting change.

Johnny’s Ambassadors – A non-partisan, non-profit, grass-roots alliance of individuals and organizations that seek to reduce youth marijuana use through education, prevention, and awareness.

Drug Crisis in Our Backyard – A non profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families struggling with addiction.

Grief Support:

Grasp – For those who have lost someone to addiction.

Kara – A nonprofit organization providing comprehensive grief support, crisis intervention and education to individuals and communities facing the difficult realities of death and loss.

Mental Health & Other Resources:

inResponse A new mental health response team with a trauma informed behavioral health approach.
Non crisis number: 707-204-9756

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

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

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

HumanServices – (General Assistance, Food Stamps, Medi-Cal):  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: – 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.

NAMI Warmline: – 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.
(866) 960-6264

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

Buckelew Programs: – Community based organization focused on offering a variety of mental health services to adults and children
(707) 571-5581

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

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

Verity (Crisis Line): – Crisis line and support for victims of sexual assault
(707) 545-7273

Wellness and Advocacy Center: – 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.
(707) 565-7800

The Living Room – Local non profit working in housing, food, and outreach to women and their children who are experiencing homelessness, or at-risk of homelessness, in Sonoma County.

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