West County Community Services provides free counseling through a variety of programs for youth, adults, and seniors who are at risk, disabled — physically or emotionally — and need emergency or on-going help to improve the quality of their lives.
Mental Health Services
WCCS provides senior peer counseling, the Russian River Empowerment Center, and youth mental health programs through local schools. More…
Social Support Services
Through its Youth Employment programs WCCS staff works with young people to help them improve their self-esteem, motivation, problem-solving, and work habits. More…
Christy Davila, LMFT
Christy Davila as Director of Counseling and Behavioral Health, ext 391
707–823-1640 ext 391
Melissa Fike, MFT
Senior Adult Counseling Division Director
707–823-1640 ext 301
Vicki Wedegaertner, MFT
707–823-1640 ext. 302
We’re All in the Same Boat
How to care and not care too much, holding that sensitive, but all important boundary.
Just to…feel heard…can be helpful.
Xochi informs the staff
For Sonoma County residents displaced by the fires and re-locating to West County, West County Community Services stands ready to provide the following support to our neighbors in need:
Empowerment groups, art projects, music, gardening, cooking…
“Kids have a tuning fork inside them, and they are needing and wanting someone to strike the right note.” Christy
“The arts empower. The arts give a voice to the voiceless.” Robert L. Lynch, President, Americans for the Arts
“Make a difference today for someone who’s fighting for their tomorrow.” — Jim Kelly, retired pro football player who struggled through many personal tragedies.
“I was very pleased with my peer counselor who was clearly well trained…”