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P.O. Box 2226, Windsor, CA 95492 ~ 707.837.9577

Outreach Contacts

Latino Service Providers Sonoma County:

An information and referral network comprised of over 1000 members (representing health, education, non-profit, business, criminal justice, government, & individuals). Services include a weekly electronic newsletter of announcements, monthly LSP networking meetings, (last Thursday of the month 11:30–1:00 pm), and an opportunity to host a LSP meeting highlighting your programs and services. To submit an announcement click on: http://www.latinoserviceproviders.org/request.htm . Contact Andrea Garfia at 707-837-9577. Email: admin@latinoserviceproviders.org. Visit the LSP website at www.latinoserviceproviders.org for more information and resources.

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Sonoma County (HCOCSC):

Become a member and participate in the growth & health of the Latino community. The HCOCSC benefits include: leadership forum; annual business & job expo; scholarship program; internship/volunteer programs; and monthly mixers. Annual support of membership and participation serves to promote and support Sonoma County businesses and foster a healthy business environment through education, civic, and economic programs. Call 707.575-3648, email, visit the website.

Santa Rosa Police Department:

Bulletin Board-post your flyers and information on the community bulletin board by calling 707.543-4102 and ask for Blanca Benitez. Bbenitez@ci.santa-rosa.ca.us

MANA de Sonoma County (Mexican America National Association):

Latina youth. Newsletter, mentorship program, community service, and leadership opportunities for high school girls. Contact MANA de Sonoma County at: lblemus@yahoo.com or Laura Martell at lem@sonic.net. National website: www.hermana.org

Saint Joseph Health System-Sonoma County (SJHS-SC):  

The Neighborhood Care Staff (NCS) organize and mentor grassroots leadership to address local community health and quality of life issues. NCS mentors community leaders in communities who have implemented local action plans to improve safety and infrastructure, address substance abuse, and engage residents in social, environmental, and policy change. Contact: 707.522.1540

Agents of Change Training in our Neighborhoods (ACTION)

ACTION provides leadership and advocacy training to Spanish-speaking community leaders in vulnerable neighborhoods in Sonoma County and beyond. Contact: 707.525.5300 Ext: 3216

Circle of Sisters

Circle of Sisters is a no-cost violence prevention after-school program for girls ages 10 to 14. The program participants attend schools with high rates of free and reduced lunches. Contact: 707 525-5300 Ext: 5311 The Promoters of Health are community-based lay health & wellness promoters/educators who provide resource connections and social supports to the community, and help families to enroll in Children's Health Insurance Programs, Food stamps and other public benefits. For more information on the Promotores, free or low cost children’s health insurance or to find out how you can volunteer as a Promotor(a) please call 707.547.4602.

California Human Development Corporation (CHDC)

California Human Development’s purpose is to help low-income people secure the education, training, job opportunities, and improved social conditions they need to live with independence and greater human dignity. CHD provides a broad spectrum of human serve programs serving farmworkers and other low-income populations, public assistance recipients, individuals seeking citizenship and immigration assistance, and those who are disabled, unemployed, homeless, or involved in criminal justice system. Address: 3315 Airway Dr., Santa Rosa. 707.523.1155 Website: www.cahumandevelopment.org

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa:

Catholic Charities is a multi-service agency serving over 40,000 people annually, without regard to race, religion or creed, in Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt, and Del Norte. Offices are located in Santa Rosa, Napa and Middletown. The Immigration Services Program has six BIA-Accredited staff that provide low-cost, authorized assistance in permanent residency, family reunification and citizenship; refugee resettlement; specialized services to immigrant victims of domestic violence and violent crime; and civic engagement activities. Catholic Charities has space for bilingual public information and a free weekly immigration information meeting where presentations may be made. Please contact Isabel Ladd for more information at 707.528-8712 x 128 or 707-578-6000. Bilingual website www.srcharities.org

City of Santa Rosa Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP):

The combined effort and collaboration of six City departments make up the Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) which is currently in the areas of Apple Valley Lane/Papago Court, Corby Avenue/Olive Street, Aston Avenue/Aston Way and Sunset Street/Delport Street. NRP was developed to restore and maintain isolated neighborhoods and make them prosperous and safe for families. For more information, visit their website at www.ci.santa-rosa.ca.us. In addition, the City has many valuable materials in Spanish that can be downloaded from this website or can be picked up at all City facilities. Contact Mali Lopez at 707.543-4332, email: mlopez@srcity.org