Family Services Resource List

Posted on May 13, 2024


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The following resources are designed specifically for families in our community. 

  

United Way of the Wine Country 2-1-1

https://www.unitedwaywinecountry.org/

      • Free service that connects community members to health and human services  
      • Dial 2-1-1 from a landline or cell phone / Webpage 211sonoma.org
      • Available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
      • Bilingual and phone-based translation in over 150 languages 

 

Petaluma Family Resource Center, 707-778-4697

https://www.petalumacityschools.org/frc

421 S McDowell Blvd 

      • Liaison between parents and school 
      • Referrals for health, employment, food, and housing 
      • Referrals and workshops for immigration and naturalization 
      • Crafts and conversation 
      • Healthy cooking and nutrition classes  
      • Financial literacy classes 

 

Petaluma Health Center, 707-559-7500

https://phealthcenter.org/

1179 North McDowell Blvd

      • Medical Center Hours Mon-Thurs 8am-8p, Fri 8a-5:30p, & Sat 8a-1p 
      • Free help with Community Resources Wed 11a-1p 

 

First 5 Sonoma County, 707-522-2020

https://first5sonomacounty.org/

5340 Skylane Blvd. Santa Rosa, CA 95403 

      • Child Activities, Safety and Clubs for Families 
      • Child Care and Early Childhood Education 
      • Counseling 
      • Dental 
      • Financial Assistance  
      • Food Resources and Meals 
      • Housing Assistance and Shelter 
      • Legal Assistance 
      • Pregnancy and New Baby 
      • Recovery Numbers 
      • Special Needs 

 

Sonoma County Secure Families Collaborative 707-856-4988

https://sonomacountysecurefamilies.org/

422 Larkfield Center #277, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 

  • Working with Immigrant community’s increased challenges due to federal immigration policy 
  • Provide critical services through partnerships with local organizations  

 

Petaluma People Services, 707-765-8488

https://petalumapeople.org/
1500 Petaluma Blvd South 

Mentor Me Program  

      • Mentorship program for children age 5-17 
      • Uses Mentoring for Success Model 
      • Trained adult mentors spend at least an hour a week with their mentees in Mentor Centers 
      • Counseling  
      • Our team of therapists are able to help you through major life transitions 
      • Individual and group counseling services offered in person and via Zoom 
      • We offer support in drug, alcohol, family relationships, violence issues, anxiety, depression, grief, loss and more  
      • Resources for Youth Success and Employment (R.Y.S.E) 
      • Paid internships 
      • Job skills training and shadowing 
      • Application assistance and resume editing 
      • Referrals to counseling, mentorship, drug abuse, gang prevention and diversion programs 
      • Leadership development, volunteer and service learning activities 
      • Career planning and development  
      • Secondary and post-secondary education options 
      • Free use of computer lab 
      • Individualized coaching, guidance, and advocacy  

 

Redwood Empire Food Bank, 707-523-7903 

https://refb.org/

 

Salvation Army Food Bank, 707-769-0716

https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/cure-hunger/
721 S McDowell Blvd 

      • Tuesday 1:30p-3:30pm and Wednesday/Thursday 9:30am-11:00am

*Please be sure to bring your own bags if possible, for perishable items*

  

Kids First Family Shelter (KFFS), 707-765-6530

https://www.findhelp.org/committee-on-the-shelterless-(cots)–petaluma-ca–kids-first-family-shelter-(kffs)/5754926229880832?postal=94926
1500 Petaluma Blvd S 

      • Offers shelter to families and minors 
      • Case management and other supportive services
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