Click here to see a list of therapists willing to donate 3-5 free sessions to those affected by Covid-19.
Here are several good sources for local mental health and other resources:
North Bay Suicide Prevention 24/7 Hotline: 1-855-587-6373
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Sonoma County Behavioral Health Services 24/7: 1-800-746-8181
211.org provides information about local resources.
LGBTQ+ Sonoma County Resource Guide
The following link is courtesy of NAMI Sonoma County. A very comprehensive list of local mental heath and other resources: NAMI: What to do in a crisis.
Here is a PDF list of resources in Sonoma County, including low fee counseling clinics, drug/alcohol treatment programs, 12 step programs, residential treatment, etc. This list is courtesy of Student Health Services at Santa Rosa Jr. College.
Emergency response toolkit (breathwork, holds, acupuncture points, etc.) by Capacitar.
Members will find this list of publications useful.
SonomaCountyRecovers.org (updated for Glass Incident Wildfire)
SonomaCountyRecovers.org/resources (updated for Glass Incident Wildfire)
Sonoma County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) (updated for Glass Incident Wildfire)
Wildfire Survivor Support Groups
Call NAMI's fire warmline at 1-866-960-6264.
Healthcare Foundation fire survivor resource flyer in English and Spanish.
Trauma-informed yoga and iRest meditation classes for PTSD and trauma throughout Sonoma County here.
American Red Cross of the California Northwest is located at 5297 Aero Dr., Santa Rosa, CA 95403. The phone is (707) 577-7600.
US Congressman Mike Thompson's Fire Recovery page
Northern CA Fire Recovery Guide 2017
Current California wildfire information here.
RECAMFT Disaster Survivor Handout
Wildfire - Impact and Recovery by Dr. Gary Brown
"Helping Children After a Disaster" (AACAP): PDF copy, Español
"Posttraumatic Stress Disorder [in Children]" (AACAP): PDF copy,
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists: Crisis Response Education and Resources
"Recovering Emotionally from a Disaster" (APA)
"Tips for Managing Your Distress Related to Wildfires" (APA)
"Recovering from the Wildfires" (APA):
"Acute Stress Disorder v. PTSD" (VA)
Anita LaFollette, Kim-Lien Chavez and Laura Strom at the Wednesday Night Market in downtown Santa Rosa, Summer 2014. The markets are attended by approximately 6000 people each night.