Counseling Services

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…

Counseling Contacts:

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
Pro­gram Man­ag­er
707–823-1640 ext. 302

Wine Country Fire Community Support

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:

May Is Mental Health Month

Make a dif­fer­ence today for some­one who’s fight­ing for their tomor­row.” — Jim Kel­ly, retired pro foot­ball play­er who strug­gled through many per­son­al tragedies.