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Community Resources

The following programs, clinics, and support groups are designed to aid families and individuals across Sonoma County with issues related to housing, insurance, and other services. Many if not all of these resources are free and open to walk-ins. 


Sonoma County Coordinated Entry System

The Coordinated Entry System (CES) is a streamlined system designed to efficiently match people experiencing homelessness to available housing, shelter, and services. It prioritizes those who are most in need of assistance and provides crucial information that helps communities strategically allocate resources and identify gaps in service. Sonoma County’s Coordinated Entry System employs a Housing First model that prioritizes individuals and families facing the highest vulnerability and needs for permanent, supportive housing.

Contact Coordinated Entry Mon-Fri, 9 AM – 5 PM at (866) 542-5480, or email CE@srcharities.org. CES also publishes a guide to shelter and housing services


Santa Rosa Community Health – Community Resource Group

The Community Resource Group at the SRCH Brookwood Campus (983 Sonoma Ave., Santa Rosa) is an opportunity to meet with knowledgeable people regarding resources available in the community.

You can get help with Medi-Cal/insurance; medical appointments; applications for services; housing/shelter referrals; and employment/education referrals. Feel free to bring your questions, experiences, and/or issues accessing services and receive insight, guidance, and assistance. Meetings are open to all and walk-ins are welcome!

Meetings are held Wednesdays from 1:30 – 3:30 PM. Contact Olivia Ortiz at (707) 890-1257 or leave a message at (707) 547-2220 x 3401. 


Buckelew Programs – Drop-In Community Resource Clinic

Buckelew Programs (2300 Northpoint Parkway, Santa Rosa) is hosting a drop-in community resource clinic. Anyone looking for support and services in the community may come to the clinic for assistance with understanding and accessing community support and services for themselves or their loved one.

Family members, allies, consumers, peers, and service providers are all welcome to join, provided they are over 18 (due to the nature of conversations).

Meetings are held every Tuesday, from 3 – 4:30 PM. Contact (707) 571-8452 for more information. If you cannot make it to the drop-in clinic please contact Katie Swan at (707) 583-5284.


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