Department of Health Services

Promoting and Protecting the Health and Well-Being of Every Member of the Community.

Sonoma County Summary Measures of Health 2015-2017

Family huggingSonoma County Summary Measures of Health describes life expectancy and premature death for the years 2015-2017.

The report focuses on disparities in the population as well as changes in rates over time with the goal of informing policy and prevention efforts to improve health and reduce early death in the community.

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Vaccinations Prevent Communicable Diseases

The current outbreak of measles nationwide and in parts of California can potentially impact the health and safety of unvaccinated or undervaccinated children. These children are most at risk of contracting measles in Sonoma County.  

Childhood immunizations can effectively protect children from contracting vaccine-preventable diseases such as whooping cough, chicken pox and measles.  

Learn more about The Journey of Your Child's Vaccine

  • Published on November 5, 2019

    Although containment of the Kincade Fire is progressing and the skies appear clearer, changing weather conditions over the next few days will lead to increased air pollution. Air quality levels are currently within the good range due to offshore winds and decreasing smoke. Northerly winds near the Ranch Fire in Tehama County will allow some smoke to move toward the Bay Area.

  • Sonoma County Animal Services
    Published on November 1, 2019

    Animal Services mission continues to be providing high quality and compassionate care for our community’s domestic animals and livestock. In the wake of the fires, our work has focused on the rescue, recovery and reunification of animals affected by the fires (and has not been limited to domestic animals and livestock).

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Contact Information

County of Sonoma
Contact us by Phone
Health Services Administration
1450 Neotomas Avenue

Suite 200

Santa Rosa, CA 95405
38.432779, -122.684341

Crisis Stabilization Unit

2225 Challenger Way

Santa Rosa, CA 95407

Mental Health Hotlines

24-hour Suicide Prevention

(855) 587-6373

24-Hour Crisis Services

(707) 576-8181

24-hour Access Line

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

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Strategic Plan 2019-23

Strategic Plan 2019-23

DHS is committed to ensuring that our community has equitable access to services, supports, and policies that promote health.

SB 272

Senate Bill 272 requires local agencies publish a list of systems that serve as original sources of data within an agency.

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