We provide a comprehensive response to crisis that may occur in our community.
We work with the court system to provide services to first time and multiple offenders.
We provide services for seriously emotionally disturbed (SED) children and youth to age 18.
Mental Health Hotlines
Our mission is to promote recovery and wellness to Sonoma County residents.
We provide mental health and substance use disorder services across the service spectrum, from prevention, early intervention and treatment, to aftercare and recovery. We provide these services directly or through partnerships with community based agencies.
Services are provided in all languages.
Through increased outreach efforts and other opportunities during Mental Health Matters Month, the Behavioral Health Division, in collaboration with community partners, emphasizes the importance and effectiveness of increasing awareness of mental health services and decreasing stigma by hosting a variety of activities and events.
Sonoma County and its residents have faced unprecedented trauma in the face of the recent October fires. The Sonoma County Department of Health Services wants to encourage our community to take care of themselves this holiday season by being attuned to the needs of our minds and bodies.
The Department of Health Services Behavioral Health Division intends to award contract to California Human Development.
On March 15 and 16, 2017, two community partners contracting with the Sonoma County Department of Health Services Behavioral Health Division will be presenting at a statewide behavioral health summit.
Behavioral Health Division
3322 Chanate Rd.
24-hour Access Line
(707) 565-6900(800) 870-8786
24-Hour Crisis Services
(707) 576-8181Crisis Stabilization Unit2225 Challenger Way, Santa Rosa
24-hour Suicide Prevention