Measure O Newsletter
Measure O funds are making incredible impacts in our community, and we are excited to share this update with you. Read about new funding for mental health services in our schools, additional support for mobile crisis teams who are there for us in times of great need, and the powerful impact on our unsheltered population.
Measure O funding has been in our county for more than a year now, and we're eager to share with you some of the important and healing work occurring as a result of the generosity of our community.
In November 2020 Sonoma County passed Measure O to provide essential funding for mental health and homeless services. Measure O, a one-quarter cent sales tax, passed with over 2/3 of the vote and generates $25 million each year for 10 years to help protect essential mental health and homelessness services.