Mental Health Peer Support

Mental Health Hotlines

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24-hour Suicide Prevention

(855) 587-6373

24-Hour Crisis Services

(707) 576-8181

24-hour Access Line

(707) 565-6900
(800) 870-8786


Petaluma Peer Recovery Center

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Peer run, mental health, self-help recovery, drop in center located 5360 Old Redwood Highway, Suite 600, Petaluma. 

Contact: Carol West (707) 565-1299 cwest@gmail.com

Interlink

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The mission of interlink self-help center is to provide a safe environment in which those of us facing our mental health challenges can improve our quality of life through self-help, mutual support and empowerment. Located at 1033 Fourth St. Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Contact: Sean Kelson (707) 546-4481


Wellness and Advocacy Center

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 Our center is a non-profit Mental Health consumer-operated self-help center located at  2245 Challenger Way #104 Santa Rosa, Ca 95407  Contact Manager Sean Bolan, (707) 565-7804 or sbolan@gire.org

Buckelew

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Our Programs in Sonoma


The Sonoma County Independent Living (SCIL) Program

Transition Age Youth (TAY)

 Advocates for Youth (SAY), 

 The Family Service Coordinator 

Suicide Prevention


Peer Support

 Peer support is the “process of giving and receiving encouragement and assistance to achieve long-t

 Peer support is the “process of giving and receiving encouragement and assistance to achieve long-term recovery.” Peer supporters “offer emotional support, share knowledge, teach skills, provide practical assistance, and connect people with resources, opportunities, communities of support, and other people” (Mead, 2003; Solomon, 2004).

Future Planning Resources

Community Network for Appropriate Technologies

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Community Network for Appropriate Technologies

Susan Keller, MA, MLIS, Executive Director

skeller@pacific.net


PO Box 2331, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

(707) 539-2364 

www.CaringCommunity.org 

 CaringCommunity.org—an online resource for people thinking about, planning for or living with serious illness and end-of-life issues. This site was developed and is maintained by the Journey Project, a program of the Community Network for Appropriate Technologies, a nonprofit educational and charitable organization serving the Sonoma County, California region since 1978. Read more about the Community Network. “Making A Plan & Thinking Ahead” Workbook and Forms may also be accessed on this site along with other resources helpful for people living with mental health challenges and others. 






WRAP

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Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)  or advanced directives; you choose who  makes decisions on your behalf and what happens to you  when you are not able to  do so 

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