COVID 19 Resources for mental health
Social isolation, economic stress, loss of loved ones and other struggles during the pandemic, have contributed to rising mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, including increasing the death rate due to drug overdoses during 2020 by 200% in the Latino population and by 77% in the Caucasian population.
If you have a mental health emergency, call 9-1-1
Call 2-1-1- If you need assistance locating long-term mental health resources, talking through a problem, or exploring mental health treatment options.
Also you can call the SOS Community Counseling (707) 284-3444
If you have an urgent need to talk to someone now for mental health advice or help, call the 24-Hour Sonoma County Crisis Stabilization Unit:
You can also call the Sonoma County North Bay Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1 (855) 587-6373
If you receive Medi-Cal or are uninsured, community health centers throughout Sonoma County offer virtual visits for advice or therapy via phone and online video calls.
Find a community health center near you: www.rchc.net/health-centers
To find more visit SoCoEmergency.org or call 2-1-1