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Not just a place to go, a place to grow.

The Living Room has three programs rooms to meet the needs of our participants. Each program room is staffed with qualified staff members and volunteers. Onsite intake is required to access full range of services.

Women’s Program Room

The Woman’s Program Room is where participants without children in their care can rest, relax and access to TLR services.

Mother & Child (MAC) Program Room

The MAC Program Room is where mothers/caregivers and their children can play, read, relax and access to TLR services. The MAC Program is not a licensed daycare center and mothers must remain on campus at all times. Parenting and other family resources, as well as clothing and other children’s items, are available through the MAC Program Room.

Resource Room

The Resource Room is equipped with computers with internet access, phones that call out and receive messages, a fax and copy machine, updated housing, job and community resource lists, as well as staff and volunteer support with resumes, housing and job searches.


The Living Room has taught me the importance of self-care, self-love, community support and the value of heartfelt giving with no ulterior motive or expectation.”

— Laura, Participant

Daily services offered at The Living Room

Hot Breakfast & Lunch

Showers

Laundry

Hygiene Products

Emergency Women’s/Children’s Clothing & Shoes

Pet Support

Computers, Printers & Fax Machine

Phones/Message Center

PO Box Address

Care Coordination with Experienced Staff (By Appointment)

Groups & Classes

Community Resources & Referrals

Drop-In One on One Counseling w/ Licensed Counselor (Tuesday & Thursday)

“Since 2010, I have enjoyed the routine of cooking as a volunteer at The Living Room to serve the women and children.  I love being  part of the village making a difference.”
— Kathleen, Volunteer

Links to Sonoma County Homeless Resources

Sonoma County Homeless Services

As both a funding agency and convener of planning efforts, the Sonoma County Community Development Commission acts as the Lead Agency for Home Sonoma County. In partnership with service agencies, advocates, and the community, our goal is to make homelessness increasingly rare and brief.

Sonoma County Homeless Resource Guide

The Online Homeless Resource Guide is a comprehensive list of free and low cost services to help people struggling with homelessness or who are at risk of becoming homeless. Resources include shelter, food, health care, financial assistance, housing, employment, disability services, pet care and more.

Sonoma County Shelter Guide

ShelterListings.org is dedicated to serving the homeless and low-income. Their database has over 3,000 listings and includes emergency shelters, homeless shelters, day shelters, transitional housing, shared housing, residential drug alcohol rehabilitation programs and permanent affordable housing.

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Policy on Homelessness

The purpose of this policy is to ensure that personnel understand the needs and rights of the homeless and to establish procedures to guide deputies during all contacts with the homeless,whether consensual or for enforcement purposes. The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office recognizes that members of the homeless community are often in need of special protection and services. The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office will address these needs in balance with the overall mission of this office.

Dogwood Animal Rescue Community Outreach Program

Dogwood Animal Rescue Project is a unique, non-profit organization located in Sonoma County, CA. In addition to doing outstanding rescue work through foster based rescue, Dogwood Animal Rescue Project has a Community Outreach Program where they reach out to those in the community who are without shelter and need support with the animals they love. Dogwood's Mission is to support animals and the people who love them through rescue, rehoming, spay/neuter and education.

“I came to TLR and they gave me my clothes, breakfast and lunch then at night I would sleep at a shelter. They gave me a job, I started taking classes, I started listening, now I have a home and it all has made a huge difference. I have survived a lot of things, I speak two languages, I am a strong woman, I know I make difference because of a place like The Living Room.”
— Carmen, Volunteer

Services Calendar - Coming Soon

“Without the support of the Women and Children's program I truly don't feel like I would be where I'm at in life. I have both of my children and my sobriety.”
— Olga, Participant

Not just a place to go, a place to grow.

The Living Room has three programs rooms to meet the needs of our participants. Each program room is staffed with qualified staff members and volunteers. Onsite intake is required to access full range of services.

Women’s Program Room

The Woman’s Program Room is where participants without children in their care can rest, relax and access to TLR services.

Mother & Child (MAC) Program Room

The MAC Program Room is where mothers/caregivers and their children can play, read, relax and access to TLR services. The MAC Program is not a licensed daycare center and mothers must remain on campus at all times. Parenting and other family resources, as well as clothing and other children’s items, are available through the MAC Program Room.

Resource Room

The Resource Room is equipped with computers with internet access, phones that call out and receive messages, a fax and copy machine, updated housing, job and community resource lists, as well as staff and volunteer support with resumes, housing and job searches.


The Living Room has taught me the importance of self-care, self-love, community support and the value of heartfelt giving with no ulterior motive or expectation.”

— Laura, Participant

Daily services offered at The Living Room

Hot Breakfast & Lunch

Showers

Laundry

Hygiene Products

Emergency Women’s/Children’s Clothing & Shoes

Pet Support

Computers, Printers & Fax Machine

Phones/Message Center

PO Box Address

Care Coordination with Experienced Staff (By Appointment)

Groups & Classes

Community Resources & Referrals

Drop-In One on One Counseling w/ Licensed Counselor (Tuesday & Thursday)

“Since 2010, I have enjoyed the routine of cooking as a volunteer at The Living Room to serve the women and children.  I love being  part of the village making a difference.”
— Kathleen, Volunteer

Links to Sonoma County Homeless Resources

Sonoma County Homeless Services

As both a funding agency and convener of planning efforts, the Sonoma County Community Development Commission acts as the Lead Agency for Home Sonoma County. In partnership with service agencies, advocates, and the community, our goal is to make homelessness increasingly rare and brief.

Sonoma County Homeless Resource Guide

The Online Homeless Resource Guide is a comprehensive list of free and low cost services to help people struggling with homelessness or who are at risk of becoming homeless. Resources include shelter, food, health care, financial assistance, housing, employment, disability services, pet care and more.

Sonoma County Shelter Guide

ShelterListings.org is dedicated to serving the homeless and low-income. Their database has over 3,000 listings and includes emergency shelters, homeless shelters, day shelters, transitional housing, shared housing, residential drug alcohol rehabilitation programs and permanent affordable housing.

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Policy on Homelessness

The purpose of this policy is to ensure that personnel understand the needs and rights of the homeless and to establish procedures to guide deputies during all contacts with the homeless,whether consensual or for enforcement purposes. The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office recognizes that members of the homeless community are often in need of special protection and services. The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office will address these needs in balance with the overall mission of this office.

Dogwood Animal Rescue Community Outreach Program

Dogwood Animal Rescue Project is a unique, non-profit organization located in Sonoma County, CA. In addition to doing outstanding rescue work through foster based rescue, Dogwood Animal Rescue Project has a Community Outreach Program where they reach out to those in the community who are without shelter and need support with the animals they love. Dogwood's Mission is to support animals and the people who love them through rescue, rehoming, spay/neuter and education.

“I came to TLR and they gave me my clothes, breakfast and lunch then at night I would sleep at a shelter. They gave me a job, I started taking classes, I started listening, now I have a home and it all has made a huge difference. I have survived a lot of things, I speak two languages, I am a strong woman, I know I make difference because of a place like The Living Room.”
— Carmen, Volunteer

Services Calendar - Coming Soon

“Without the support of the Women and Children's program I truly don't feel like I would be where I'm at in life. I have both of my children and my sobriety.”
— Olga, Participant

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