Help is Here

Feel Free to Reach Out

Heather Concoff, Counselor

Brandon Allen, Social Worker

We know life is challenging right now in unique ways for each of you. Please don’t hesitate to ask us for help, or reach out to one of the resources below. There are knowledgeable, caring people who can help and support you 24/7.

Fire Safety Resources


An alert service that offers updates wherever you are in Sonoma County about potential evacuations.


Cal Fire Website

All active fire incidents are logged and updated on the Cal Fire website, along with statistics and containment percentage. Their twitter is also a good resource for live updates on all ongoing fires.


Sonoma County Mandatory Evacuation Zones and Warnings

For a visualization on fire locations relative to mandatory evacuation zones and warnings. Updates often.


Build a Kit

For guidance on how to prep a kit in case of evacuation, mandatory or otherwise. This same page also offers directions on general disaster preparedness responses.


Air Quality Tracker

The air outside is filled with smoke and particulates no one needs in their lungs, especially not right now. Please minimize time outside, and use this to gauge air quality.


Animal Resources

In case of emergency, pets and farm animals will have a place to go. Use this to find out what options are available.


Further Resources

For further assistance, including locating shelters, traffic impact, road blockages, and more.


Suicide/Crisis Hotlines

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7)

(800) 273-8255


Sonoma County 24-hour Emergency Mental Health Hotline

(800) 746-8181


North Bay Suicide Prevention Hotline of Sonoma County

(855) 587-6373


Family Resources

Child Parent Institute of Sonoma County

Parenting support and resources



Catholic Charities

Assistance with food, shelter, medical care, and more


VOICES Youth Center

Teen crisis and referral services; phone lines open during shelter in place



SAY (Social Advocates for Youth)



Nutrition & Hunger Resources

Redwood Empire Food Bank

(707) 523-7900



Apply online for food stamps benefit


Catholic Charities

Free food distribution


Health & Medical Resources

Santa Rosa Community Health Center

Low-cost or free women’s health, including Planned Parenthood services and teen clinic, pediatrics, dental care and more; seven locations to choose from



Emergency Housing

Catholic Charities

Emergency shelter opportunities for men, women, and children


COTS of Sonoma County



Redwood Gospel Mission



SAY– Social Advocates for Youth

Temporary housing for homeless teens or runaways



Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault

YWCA of Sonoma County Domestic Violence Hotline (24-hour)

(707) 546-1234


Child Protective & Child Welfare Services Hotlines

(707) 565-4304 (24-hour) or (800) 870-7064


Verity of Sonoma County

Rape crisis, trauma and healing center. Hotline available 24/7

(707) 545-7273


Mental Health Resources

Santa Rosa Community Health

Free and low cost mental health services; phone services open during shelter in place



National Institute of Mental Health

Information for parents and caregivers

Mental health resources sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics


Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine

A site with resources for teens and young adults


LGBTQ Resources

LGBTQ Connection of Sonoma County

Phone lines open during shelter in place



The Trevor Project/Trevor Lifeline (24/7)



It Gets Better Project