Since Shelter-in-Place orders were put into place in mid-March, we have moved our services to an online platform. We have been here all along, working remotely, and hope you’ll reach out to us if you need support or information on mental health matters in Sonoma County.
- Our Warmline (866-960-6264) is available (Monday to Friday, 10am to 5 pm). If you do not reach us when you call, please leave a voicemail with your return contact information and any questions,
On Wednesday, July 22, 2020 from 5 – 5:40 PM, we will host an online information session about a potential ballot measure for the election this November. If passed, the measure would create a sales tax to support mental health, homeless, housing, and substance use services in Sonoma County. To participate, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (866) 960-6264. Read on to learn more.more » Read More
Do you know about mental health policy in our state legislature? NAMI California, in addition to several other organizations, tracks bills being considered in the California Assembly and Senate. We’ve put together a few of the most important bills for you to learn about — read on to know more.more » Read More
Researchers with The Center for Public Integrity are studying how mental health is being impacted by climate disasters (like wildfires) and are looking for people to complete a brief survey. If you have been affected by a wildfire or other natural disaster and want to share your story, read on to learn more about the study.more » Read More
On Wednesday, June 24, from 5 – 6:00 PM, we will host our Annual Meeting — this year, online instead of in person. NAMI members and non-members are welcome to attend! To sign up, please contact the Warmline at (866) 960-6264 or email email@example.com. Read on to learn more about this year’s theme.more » Read More