NAMI Sonoma County Warmline
Start a live chat online: namisoco.org
Our Warmline staff and volunteers can answer questions, help with identifying local resources and offer a listening ear, Monday to Friday 9AM-5PM.
NAMI Sonoma County Peer & Family Support Project
In partnership with Sonoma County Behavioral Health, we provide support to families and individuals experiencing mental health challenges who have been referred to us for follow up. Learn more.
This free drop-in recovery support group meets weekly and is open to individuals living with serious mental illness. Led by a trained peer, the group provides a safe and confidential space to share challenges, helpful strategies and gain support. To see upcoming dates and locations, please see our calendar. Learn more.
This free educational course is open to individuals living with a serious mental illness. The course consists of ten classes, designed to encourage growth, healing and recovery among participants. To see upcoming dates and times, please check our calendar or call our Program Specialist, Jose at 707-527-6655 x4. Click here to learn more.
NAMI In Our Own Voice
Are you interested in building understanding of what it is like to live with mental illness and in helping to dispel the stigma of mental illness through education? Consider sharing your story of recovery with a local group or class by being trained as a NAMI presenter. For more information, contact our Program Manager, Lisa at 707-527-6655 x3. Click here to learn more.
NAMI Ending the Silence
Helps us to help middle and high school students to better understand what it is like to live with mental illness, learn the warning signs of mental illness and to change perceptions. You can be trained as a NAMI presenter, sharing your story or that of a loved one. If interested, contact our Program Manager, Lisa at 707-527-6655 x3. Click here to learn more.
Additional Sonoma County Resources: Peer Centers
Interlink Self-Help Center
1033 Fourth Street, Santa Rosa
A peer managed and operated, safe environment for those facing mental health challenges, offering support for self-directed recovery and wellness.
Petaluma Peer Recovery Project
1360 North McDowell Blvd, Petaluma
A mental health consumer-run organization dedicated to empowering the local mental health community through peer support.
Russian River Empowerment Center
A consumer-driven mental health and wellness drop-in center that provides a safe and supportive haven for those who want to transcend serious and persistent mental illness.
Wellness and Advocacy Center
3400 Chanate Road, Santa Rosa
A consumer-operated mental health self-help center.