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Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District
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Health and Wellness Resources

Health and Wellness Resources

Here, you'll find valuable resources and information to support your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. We're committed to creating a thriving community where every student can lead a healthy and fulfilling life.

Community Resources

Local Clinics

Immunizations Now

Dental Clinics: English  Spanish

Optometry (Eye Care) Offices: English  Spanish

Supporting our children under stressful times

LGBTQ+ Resources

  • Love is Respect - Love is Respect’s purpose is to engage, educate and empower young people to prevent and end abusive relationships.
  • LGBTQ Connection - LGBTQ Connection exists to foster a healthy, diverse and inclusive community, driven by emerging leaders in the rural and suburban north SF Bay Area.
  • Be True and Be You: A Basic Mental Health Guide for LGBTQ+ Youth - If you are, or think you might be LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and other identities), and going through a tough time, you’re not alone. Whether you’re trying to figure out your own identity or want to learn how to talk to others, it can be hard to know where to find support.

The Department of Health Services Behavioral Health Division (DHS-BHD) is very pleased to announce that the Behavioral Health Warm Line (707) 565-2652 will be available for calls starting tomorrow, April 23, 2020.  We are in very uncertain times, and the warm line is a supportive resource for the community. This free and private warm line is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The warm line has English and Spanish speaking staff answering calls and telephone interpretation for other languages. 

La División de Salud Mental del Departamento de Servicios de Salud (DHS-BHD) se complace en anunciar que la Línea de Atención de Salud Mental (707) 565-2652 estará disponible para llamadas a partir de hoy, 24 de abril de 2020. Estamos en tiempos muy inciertos, y la línea cálida es un recurso de apoyo para la comunidad.Esta línea caliente gratuita y privada está abierta los siete días de la semana de 10 a.m. a 7 p.m.La línea cálida cuenta con personal que habla inglés y español para responder llamadas e interpretación telefónica para otros idiomas.

California Homemakers Association, 

(707) 591-9573 

468 Yolanda Street, Suite #102, Santa Rosa, CA, 95404

Areas of member to member support: food, medical, dental, legal 

  • A grass-roots, free, private, unincorporated voluntary membership organization
  • Self-help model, with a “mutual benefit” association, where members help members to get needs met
  • Support for unrecognized workers who include, day laborers, temporary and seasonal workers, in-home health care providers, independent contractors, farmers, domestic workers.

 


  

Graton Day Labor, Centro Laboral de Graton

2981 Bowen St, Graton, CA 95444

(707) 829-1864

Areas of support: focus on needs of domestic workers and day laborers

  • Centro Laboral de Graton’s focus on leadership development and organizing creates benefits beyond vital job related opportunities. CLG’s worker-led center offers everyone an opportunity to participate in leadership, rights advocacy, civic participation, networking and community service. The center provides access to training, education, health care and legal resources. CLG also serves as a base of support and a place where solidarity and friendships flourish. Today, the center is an active resource, embedded in the local community.

 


 

Graton Day Labor, Centro Laboral de Graton

2981 Bowen St, Graton, CA 95444

(707) 829-1864

Areas of support: focus on needs of domestic workers and day laborers

  • Centro Laboral de Graton’s focus on leadership development and organizing creates benefits beyond vital job related opportunities. CLG’s worker-led center offers everyone an opportunity to participate in leadership, rights advocacy, civic participation, networking and community service. The center provides access to training, education, health care and legal resources. CLG also serves as a base of support and a place where solidarity and friendships flourish. Today, the center is an active resource, embedded in the local community.

 


 

Undocufund for disaster relief in Sonoma County

PO Box 503 Graton, CA 95444

Focus: donations accepted for undocumented workers negatively impacted by disaster with no formal support

o    The UndocuFund is opening our mission to the victims of the COVID-19 Shelter in Place orders in Sonoma County.

We are working to care for and protect our community, and we have decided to re-activate Undocufund as the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies. Many of our undocumented community members work in temporary or low-wage jobs, without access to sick leave, unemployment or the ability to work remotely. Immigrants, many of them undocumented, do essential work that sustains us all. It remains unclear whether national relief plans will include immigrants in their plans for support. We cannot wait to take action. Your support for UndocuFund will provide relief and support to undocumented families and individuals. Please donate as generously as you can.


 

County of Sonoma, Mental Health Family Services 

We contract to provide support services to family members, loved ones, and allies of mental health clients throughout Sonoma County.

Buckelew Programs Family Services Coordination
Provides support, navigation, education and advocacy for family members of adults with mental illness to help access both public and private mental health services.

(707) 571-8452

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Sonoma County
Provides education, support, and advocacy through groups, a warmline, a lending library, workshops, and training to family members and loved ones with mental health issues.

(707) 527-6655