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Guiding the Way

We’re here to help people of all ages feel safe and supported. Our programs connect our community with critical services.

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Empowering People Every Day

At WCCS, we exist to strengthen and empower individuals, families, and communities by providing critical social programs to at-risk and vulnerable populations like children and seniors. We serve Sonoma County with programs that help our neighbors find their way to resiliency.

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Transform Lives & Our Community.

Four naming opportunities that will save and transform our lives in the lower Russian River.

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Annual Impact


510 People served at Senior Center
4,700 Meals provided to seniors in need
2,795 Rides to medical, shopping, recreation appointments


31 Years of summer adventure
90 Children received counseling at local schools by WCCS therapists and counselors

Counseling and Behavioral Health

1,599 Received mental health support
4 Centers available for walk-in appointments
31 Peer staff employed to assist fellow peers

Housing and Homeless Services

265 People connected to WCCS for aid
199 Housed through emergency or permanent housing


15 Clients received employment assistance
2,000 Total clients received employment support over the last 45 years

Crisis Support

We’re committed to our community all year long. If there’s a crisis, we will help solve it. Despite extreme events — the 2019 flood, 2020 Walbridge fire, and COVID-19 — nothing slows us down from responding with care and compassion.

498 Families helped after 2019 flood
25 Homeless evacuated during 2020 fire
$7.5M COVID-19 rental assistance for 639 households
$400K Assistance for 498 families after 2019 flood
639 Households received COVID-19 rental assistance

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