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We’re here to help people of all ages feel safe and supported. Our programs connect our community with critical services.
An open door with a handmade sign reading "Welcome to the wellness and advocacy center"
Two women talk in a counselor's office
A smiling man in a yellow shirt stands in a commercial kitchen
Two women and a child stand in the sun in a garden
A group of senior women sit under an awning outside and knit.
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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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.