Interlink Self-Help Center is peer operated & funded by the Sonoma County Behavioral Health Division as a program of West County Community Services. We also provide site specific, closed groups to organizations and facilities serving our peer community. Contact Interlink manager for more information. – 707-546-4482 extension 810.

We are located at 1033 4th Street, Santa Rosa, CA. You can reach us at (707) 546-4481.

Please note that all of our services, including remote services are for individuals 18 years of age and older.

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Group Descriptions:

Adventurous Writing:  Join us for nine weeks of discovering techniques and developing skills as writers. Rants as well as reasoned revelations are invited to link up with us to bring forth some splendid manuscript.

Afternoon Check-In: An opportunity to check-in about how our day has gone, what we may be planning.

Aprendiendo Juntos /Learning Together Aprender y practicar Español y Inglés juntos. / Learn and practice Spanish and English together.

Community Meeting:  Our daily meeting that includes announcements and personal check-ins.

Expressing Creativity: We explore and express the creativity that comes from within us as we utilize paint, collage, journaling supplies and more.

Funspiration / Let’s Go:We look at fun and inspirational videos and also do some virtual world traveling.

Intro to Peer Support:  Peer Support classes with a different focus each month. No need to sign up, no homework, please join us.

Let’s Talk About MH: We watch a video followed by an open discussion on various topics relating to mental health, well-being and recovery.

Mid-Week Festivity: We engage in a variety of activities from community outings, to Wii sports, providing opportunities for us to interact with each other and have fun!

Mindful Self-Compassion: We use meditation, exercises and personal experiences in support of us becoming more aware in the present moment with focuses on compassion, and self-kindness.

Mindful Mornings: We greet the day with light stretching, meditation, or music and if you want, setting an intention for the day. Please join us.

Movement: Interactive exploration of different modalities of physical and energetic movement.

Open Art Studio: We have art & craft supplies for drawing, painting, coloring, beading, learning, teaching.

Resource Group: We share and research resources and at times host speakers from other organizations.

Seeking Safety: An evidence-based, present-focused support model to help people attain safety from trauma and/or addiction. Both trauma and addiction are addressed without delving into the past.

Skills for Better Living:  We explore tools and techniques to enhance our quality of life. Topics include: self-awareness, problem solving, creative and critical thinking, coping skills, and interpersonal relationships.

SMART Recovery: (Self-Management and Recovery Training) A 4-Point Program that supports individuals who have chosen to, or are considering abstinence from any type of addictive behaviors.

SMART Recovery: En Español: Somos un programa gratuito de grupos de ayuda mutua para aquellas personas que quieren parar cualquier comportamiento adictivo, ya sea sustancia o actividad. El programa te ayuda a decidir si tienes un problema, a desarrollar motivación para cambiar, y te ofrece una serie de herramientas y técnicas basadas en la ciencia para promover la abstinencia. En otras palabras, tú estás en control de tu recuperación.

SMART Recovery – on Zoom – Tuesdays 3:00 – 4:00  To Join: Meeting ID: 959 5015 7089 Passcode: 035249 (by phone: +1 669 900 6833)

SMART Recovery – on Zoom – Wednesdays 10:00 – 11:00 To Join:  Meeting ID: 996 6839 8835 Passcode: 113347 (by phone: +1 669 900 6833)

Success in Sobriety: Led by Andrea, Interlink’s AOD Peer Specialist – we share and look into strategies, supports and resources to help us find and maintain Success in Our Sobriety! (Once a month our forum happens during this time slot.)

The Other Side of Overwhelm: Many of us experience big feelings and other things that can be overwhelming and detract from our quality of life. Please join us as we explore and share tools, techniques and skills that help us move to the other side of overwhelm.

Zoom Participants:

  • Make sure you are in a private and non-distracting location while in the group.
  • Be on time. The Facilitator will determine whether or not to allow participants to join late.
  • Stay muted until ready to speak and please Raise your hand to speak. (by phone *6 = mute/unmute and *9 = raise hand)
  • No side conversations – conversations that exclude other group members.
  • All the Center rules and rights apply.