Treatment and Recovery Numbers
888-425-2666 Toll Free
Alcoholics Anonymous and is based upon the Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and Twelve Concepts of Service. Whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not, Al-Anon offers hope and recovery to all people affected by the alcoholism of a loved one or friend. Spanish spoken.
(707) 544-1300 - Santa Rosa
(707) 938-8508 - Sonoma
(707) 623-6702 - Spanish
(800) 224-1300 - Long Distance
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Athena House/Casa Teresa
Recovery home provides Latina and non-Latina women and their children with an alcohol and drug free, supportive environment that facilitates the recovery from alcohol or drug addiction. Eligibility: Female, 18 years of age, alcohol or drug addict with desire to recover, sober at least 24 hours, free of major medical problem. Spanish spoken.
Breathe Easy Sonoma County
Sonoma County Public Health Division countywide prevention, education and cessation programs.
California Smokers Helpline
(800) 933-4833 - Main Number
(800) 456-6386 - Spanish
(800) 838-8917 - Chinese
(800) 556-5564 - Korean
(800) 778-8440 - Vietnamese
Provides phone support to help stop smoking or chewing tobacco.
Confidential assessment of treatment options for substance use, placement, and case management for pregnant women. Eligibility: Pregnant and parenting women with children under 1 year. Spanish spoken.
First Steps Perinatal Day Treatment
Drug Abuse Alternatives Center (DAAC) Provides treatment for substance using pregnant women and for parenting women with substance abuse issues. Also provides on-site childcare and transportation for clients and children. Eligibility: Pregnant women, parenting women with substance abuse issues.
Lifeworks of Sonoma County - Choice for Change
1200 College Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Offers support and education regarding family issues related to substance abuse. Provides a 10-week program to children and their families to promote awareness and understanding. Spanish spoken.
Men Evolving Nonviolently
Men evolving non-violently helps men change their violent or abusive behavior. Peer counseling groups address men’s responsibility for domestic violence.
Narcotics Anonymous Fellowship of Sonoma County
NA is a drug addiction twelve-step program modeled after Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Open to all drug addicts regardless of the particular drug or combination of drugs used. Spanish spoken.
415-995-1938 - Hotline
Nicotine Anonymous is a 12-Step mutual support group fellowship of men and women helping each other live nicotine-free lives.
NOVA Non Violent Alternatives
421 Humboldt Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Provides a 52-week program working with men and women who have problems in relationships. Problems include anger, violence, and difficulties with their partners and family members. It is a psycho-educational program designed to treat men and women who are court ordered or come in on their own.
1430 Neotomas Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Programs include detoxification, short-term residential, outpatient, and co-occurring disorders. Medi-Cal accepted for some services. Sliding scale.
Drug Abuse Alternatives Center (DAAC) Residential treatment for men and women with serious addiction problems to alcohol or other drugs. Must be 18 or older. Program encourages involvement of family and children. Outpatient treatment for adults and teens. Free for most teens. Medi-Cal accepted for adults. Free group for family and friends.
Women's Recovery Services
Provides alcohol and drug recovery services for women and women with young children of Sonoma County, including a residential treatment program.