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Resource Clinics & Support Programs

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. 

Santa Rosa Community Health – Community Resource Group

The Community Resource Group at the SRCH Brookwood Campus 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!

Every Wednesday, 1:30 – 3:30 PM
983 Sonoma Avenue, Santa Rosa
Call Olivia Ortiz: (707) 890-1257
or leave a message at (707) 547-2220 x 3401

Santa Rosa Community Health – Transitions Clinic Network

The Transitions Clinic Network is a reentry support program for formerly incarcerated individuals. Those qualifying for services will receive re-entry support and advocacy, healthcare navigation and enrollment services, mental health and dental care, substance abuse treatment, HIV/Hep C testing and treatment, housing navigation and referrals, access to food, legal support and referrals, transportation, employment and education resources, and more. This is a completely confidential service.

To qualify, you must have been incarcerated in the last 6 months, be a patient of Santa Rosa Community Health, have at least one chronic illness (including mental health and substance abuse), and be 18 years or older. 

For questions, or to schedule an appointment, contact Jasmine Palmer, CHW at (707) 236-6850.

Buckelew Programs – Drop-In Community Resource Clinic

Buckelew Programs hosts two free, drop-in resource clinics: one in Santa Rosa, and one in Petaluma. 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). Get help with understanding and accessing services for you or your loved one!

Santa Rosa:
Every Tuesday, 3 – 4:30 PM
2300 Northpoint Parkway
Contact (707) 583-5284
Every 2nd Thursday of the month, 1 – 2:30 PM
945 Petaluma Blvd North
Contact (707) 571-8452

Buckelew Programs – “A Safe Place to Land” Support & Education Group

Buckelew Programs hosts this group each month, and it is open to anyone. The intention of this group is to bring experiences, information, and discussion of the path to wholeness of the heart and soul while living with an emotional trauma.

This is a group to share the tender places and strong, joyful places in our lives.

Meetings are held every 3rd Monday of the month, from 5 – 6:30 PM at the Buckelew office (2300 Northpoint Parkway, Santa Rosa). Contact (707) 583-8452 for more information.


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