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We are Open and Here to Help: Here’s How

Our team has been deeply saddened by the losses created by the wildfires, incredibly grateful for the determination and skill shown by the firefighters, law enforcement and utility workers who came to our rescue, and awestruck by the outpouring of support for those in need. Our staff members and office were unharmed, which means that we are in a position to add our voices and resources to assist those in need.

Here are some of the ways that we can help:

The NAMI Warmline – how to reach us and what we offer:

  • Available 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
  • 866-960-6264; call or send a text message
  •; send an email
  •; visit our home page to use instant messaging (click on “Chat Now”)
  • Information – We can answer questions about mental illness, treatment and recovery; how to navigate local mental health, jail, court and social service systems; how to advocate for a loved one; how caregivers can support themselves while caring for an individual living with mental illness.
  • Referrals – From our wealth of resources, we refer to educational programs and support groups, and community services that can help with employment, housing and financial support.
  • Support – Our knowledgeable staff and volunteers have both training and lived experience with mental illness as family members or peers, and can offer empathy, understanding and guidance.
  • Suggestions & Comments – Let us know how NAMI Sonoma County can better help those in need.

NAMI Talks: Trauma-Informed Care
Join us Wednesday, November 8th, for this free educational presentation on the impact of trauma on our mental health and why trauma-Informed care matters. Speaker Wendy Wheelright MFT will share her depth of knowledge on this topic. From past experience, we promise a richly informative presentation!

  • November 8, 2017, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
  • At the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County, Classroom A
  • Call us at 707-527-6655 for details


NAMI Family & Friends Seminar
Attend this free informative seminar for family members, partners and friends who have a loved one with a mental health condition to learn about diagnoses, treatment, crisis preparation, resources and recovery.

  • November 18, 2017, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
  • At NAMI Sonoma County Office
  • Call us at 707-527-6655 for details


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