YWCA Sonoma County was founded in 1975 by a group of local women who volunteered their own homes as an underground network of safe houses until a permanent domestic violence intervention and treatment residence was established. The following year they created the YWCA Safe House, a confidential emergency residence providing food, clothing and shelter with domestic violence treatment and intervention services. (read more)
The Drug Abuse Alternatives Center is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families. The agency mission is Turning Lives Around by Providing Healthy Alternatives to Alcohol and other Drug Use. They have provided thousands of people the tools and guidance to live a healthy and sober life. DAAC provides
a safe place to create hope, health and healing from the effects of
alcohol and drug abuse on both the individual and the entire family.
Located in Northern California close to
San Francisco, Sacramento and Oakland, they offer a safe environment in
which to recover from the toxic effects of drug addiction and