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Russian River Valley
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Need help navigating this page? Watch our Food Finder Tutorial (para español, clic aquí). If you need help finding resources, please contact our Food Connections Resource Center at (707) 523-7903. We also have boxes of emergency food at our location Mon – Fri 9 AM – 5 PM (3990 Brickway Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403).
What is CalFresh?
CalFresh is a nutrition assistance program which helps individuals and families purchase healthy foods. CalFresh benefits are issued on an electronic benefit transfer (EBT) card – like an ATM card. You can use your EBT card at most grocery stores, like the Food Connections Market, neighborhood stores, and farmer’s markets.
At our Food Connections office, we can help you apply for CalFresh. Find more information about CalFresh here.
We will need your identification, Social Security numbers, and income verification. If you receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) you now qualify for CalFresh! To apply now, click here.
Fill out this form to apply for diapers and wipes from CPI.
Cloverdale residents can contact 210-1517 for diapers and wipes.
My Navigator Warm Line can provide various resources for children under 5 such as diapers, formula and lactation support. Call (707) 902-3031. Open 7 days a week, Spanish and English languages available.
P-EBT is a federal program that provides food benefits for families with young children (0-6 years) who also got CalFresh Food benefits between October 2020 and May 2021 or school age children who were eligible for free or reduced price school meals during the 2020-21 school year. P-EBT provides additional food benefits to make up for free or reduced-price meals usually served at child care or school that children may have missed because of the pandemic. If you have questions please contact us at (707) 523-7903 or check out the link https://capandemic-ebt.org/
Wildfire Assistance in Lake County
Anyone impacted by wildfires in Lake County can receive free referral support, group support, and one-on-one crisis intervention by reaching out to (707) 360-0547 or LakeCountyWildfire@nationsfinest.org. Access more information here.
Peer workshop appointments are available.
Seniors & High Risk Population
Click this link for a Sonoma County listing for seniors and high risk population for more information about delivery services for hot meals and paid groceries.
Contact Council on Aging to pick up meals in Cloverdale, Healdsburg, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol and Sonoma Valley or register for home delivered meals by calling (707) 525-0143 x013.
Community Action Partnership
Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County has been partnering with low income families and individuals to help them achieve economic and social stability through some of their programs like Housing Assistance, Financial Assistance & Crisis Support, Health and Well-being, Community Engagement, Education and Community Resources here in Sonoma County. (707) 544-6911
My Pet Child Directory
My Pet Child is an online directory where financially-struggling pet owners can quickly find non-profits and pet food pantries that may offer free pet food and supplies for dogs, cats, and other household animals. You can search your town or city address and find local organizations within your vicinity.
Economic Assistance County Office Update
The County of Sonoma Economic Assistance office is open for both Santa Rosa and Petaluma offices. They are open from 8 AM - 4 PM Monday through Friday. They are providing essential services, including emergency services for child welfare, adult protective services, IHSS, CalWORKs, Medi-Cal, CalFresh, and General Assistance over the phone. Please call 877-699-6868.
Disaster Relief for Immigrants
During the pandemic, Undocufund has continued to support undocumented families deal with the impact of the Kincade, Wallbridge and Glass fires, and has also given direct aid to those grappling with COVID sickness, quarantining, and those who have been unable to work due to the economic shutdowns. For some, this is one of their only sources of relief.
Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB)
The Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB) is a state of California office that protects farmworkers when they come together to seek better conditions at work. Investigate and prosecute labor law violations such as firing workers or taking other action against them in retaliation for asserting their rights. Work to resolve workers’ claims by seeking rehire, lost wages and other remedies. Assist farmworkers by providing information about employment and labor rights and providing referrals when appropriate. Conduct training and outreach to the agricultural community. Are you a farmworker and need assistance? Give us a call at 1 (707) 527-3256 or visit us at alrb.ca.gov and like us on FB California Agricultural Labor Relations Board - Home | Facebook. We help all Farmworkers.