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Continuum of Care Quarterly Membership Meetings

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Sonoma County Continuum of Care (CoC) Membership Meetings are held on a quarterly basis. These meetings are an opportunity to provide updates on homeless initiatives within Sonoma County, provide trainings, to offer a venue for collaboration, and for interested parties to become a member of the Sonoma County CoC.

These meetings are open to the public, anyone who is interested in preventing and ending homelessness in our community can attend.

Sonoma County Continuum of Care (CoC) Membership Applications

The Sonoma County Continuum of Care (CoC) is now accepting applications to become a member of the Continuum of Care. The Sonoma County CoC addresses the problems of housing and homelessness by having a countywide, community-informed, and person-centered CoC system that is compassionate, inclusive, financially responsible, equitable, coordinated, and outcomes-based. Anyone or any entity committed to the prevention and ending of homeless is welcome in the Continuum of Care. Please see the attached membership application if you or your organization is interested in applying for General Membership or Voting Membership. 

CoC Voting Membership and 2024 CoC Board Elections

Applications for CoC Membership are open year-round. However, the deadline to submit 2024 applications for Voting Membership for the upcoming CoC Board election closed November 8th 2023. 

CoC Board Member elections will occur during a special CoC Membership meeting on December 13th, 2023 at 1:00 PM. Meeting login information can be accessed below in the “Upcoming Events” section of this webpage. 

Current Approved Voting Members of the Sonoma County Continuum of Care

  1. St Vincent de Paul
  2. Santa Rosa Community Health
  3. Interfaith Shelter Network (IFSN)
  4. City of Santa Rosa
  5. Disability Services and Legal Center (DSLC)
  6. City of Healdsburg
  7. City of Petaluma
  8. Sonoma County Office of Education, Education for Homeless Children and Youth
  9. City of Cotati
  10. Community Support Network (CSN)
  11. COTS- Committee on the Shelterless
  12. Downtown Streets Team
  13. West County Health Center
  14. Homes 4 The Homeless
  15. Face to Face
  16. Food for Thought
  17. Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians
  18. West County Community Services (WCCS)
  19. Petaluma Valley Hospital
  20. Providence
  21. Community Foundation Sonoma County
  22. City of Rohnert Park
  23. Redwood Gospel Mission
  24. Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa (CCDSR)
  25. Petaluma Health Center
  26. Social Advocates for Youth (SAY)
  27. DEMA Consulting and Management
  28. City of Sebastopol
  29. County of Sonoma
  30. Nation's Finest
  31. Homeless Action!
  32. City of Sonoma
  33. Rohnert Park Chamber of Commerce
  34. SAFE, Petaluma People Services Center
  35. Center Point Drug Abuse Alternatives Center
  36. Burbank Housing
  37. SAVS (Sonoma Applied Village Services)
  38. Reach for Home
  39. Homeless Action Sonoma
  40. PEP Housing
  41. HomeFirst
  42. The Living Room
  43. NAACP Santa Rosa-Sonoma County Unit#10748
  44. Town of Windsor
  45. The Progressive Tribal Alliance
  46. Ya-Ka-Ama Indian Education and Development Inc.
  47. Sonoma County Library
  48. Buckelew Programs
  49. Community Action Partnership (CAP)
  50. Manchester Point Arena Band of Pomo Indians
  51. Northern Circle Indian Housing Authority
  52. Redemption House of the Bay Area
  53. Santa Rosa City Schools-Indian Ed. Community

Please direct any questions to the Homeless Project Specialist, Araceli Rivera at or by telephone at 707-565-4088.

Download Sonoma County CoC Membership Application
(PDF: 260 kB)

Sonoma County's Continuum of Care (CoC) Quarterly Membership Meetings serve as a learning collaborative for members CoC's of the homeless system of care.  Membership is open to any individual or organization interested in and committed to ending homelessness in Sonoma County as required by the (CFR 578.7 (a)(1)(2)).Continuum of Care Program Interim Rule

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