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Let us help you support a loved one facing mental health challenges.

Are you or a loved one facing a mental health challenge? We can help. At NAMI Sonoma County, you’ll find free resources for anyone in our communities affected by mental illness. Check out our: 

Warmline (866-960-6264)
Support Groups

Contact our Warmline at 866-960-6264 during business hours for more information. If you do not reach us, please leave your name and a number when you can be reached so that we can return the call!

February 28, 2020

Stakeholder Meeting at NAMI Sonoma County 182 Farmers Lane, Suite 202, Santa Rosa CA 95405 Thursday, March 19, 2020, 3:45 to 5:00 pm

The Sonoma County Department of Health Services is meeting with stakeholders to share information and gather input on a potential quarter cent sales tax measure that could be placed on the November 2020 ballot. Proceeds  would help fund critical behavioral Read More

    Concerned about suicide in our community? Want to be prepared to help someone in distress, but don’t know how? Register for these free public sessions by emailing or call 628-214-8732.

    A Conversation About Suicide Prevention Thursday, March 12, 2020, 3:30-5:30pm Santa Rosa Central Library, Santa Rosa 

    Caring for Those in Distress: Suicide Prevention Read More

    The Art of Resilience Saturday, March 7th, 1 to 4 pm 89 Center Road, Petaluma

    Award-winning Petaluma artist and arts teacher, Wendy Brayton, is once again hosting, “The Art of Resilience,” a showcase of 31 new works she completed in 31 days. Open to the public, this lovely event offers great art, live music, food and friendship. Proceeds from a small cover donation Read More

    Compassion Cultivation Training Sundays, March 8 through May 3, 2020, 11am to 1pm (No class Easter Sunday, April 12th) Meets at NAMI Sonoma County 182 Farmers Lane, Suite 202, Santa Rosa CA 95405

    Registration is required.

    Contact: NAMI Sonoma County Warmline, 866-960-6264

    Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) is an 8-week course, designed by and offered at Stanford University, that helps people become more loving toward Read More

    How 988 will help 

    Today, people experiencing a mental health crisis or suicidal thoughts have to navigate a range of hard-to-remember hotline numbers that differ in every community. These hotlines often lack the infrastructure, staff and supports to provide the right response at the right time.

    It’s time that people experiencing a mental health crisis get the same type of help as those experiencing a physical health emergency. A Read More

    If you are a young person, parent of a young person, or member of the community and would like to know more about the impact of marijuana and vaping on health, academic & athletic performance, you may be interested in one of several upcoming presentations sponsored by the Sonoma County Behavioral Health Division in cooperation with local schools. Read on to find out more, including dates and material.

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