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Visit Positive Images to speak with our knowledgeable staff who can help you navigate resources in Sonoma County. We provide assistance to LGBTQIA+ individuals, parents, and allies. Our community center’s drop-in hours are Tuesday through Friday from noon to 5pm.


Feel free to call us at 707-568-5830 or email for more information about our center.

Support Hotlines

These hotlines and warmlines can provide alternatives to police intervention and avoid using police in most cases. These warmlines were sourced from Trans Lifeline.

Call Blackline



Call BlackLine® provides a space for peer support, counseling, reporting of mistreatment, witnessing and affirming the lived experiences for folxs who are most impacted by systematic oppression with an LGBTQ+ Black Femme Lens. Call BlackLine® prioritizes BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color).

Mental Health Association SF Warm Line


Call or Text 855-600-WARM (9276) to speak with a counselor 24/7.

The Warm Line provides accessible mental health support by using the wisdom of lived experience to connect, inspire hope, and empower our community toward unlimited recovery. We have provided assistance via phone and web chat to anyone in need since 2014. Some concerns callers share are challenges with interpersonal relationships, anxiety, pain, depression, finances, alcohol/drug use, etc.

Mental Health First Sacramento


Call or Text (916) 670-4062

MH First Sacramento is currently available for phone support only! We are available Friday through Sunday, 7:00 PM to 7:00 AM.

Trans Lifeline



Trans Lifeline provides trans peer support for our community that’s been divested from police since day one. We’re run by and for trans people.

Fireside Project


Call or Text 62-FIRESIDE, open everyday 11am-11pm PST.

We offer free, confidential, non-clinical emotional support by phone and text message to people in the midst of psychedelic experiences, people exploring the meaning of past psychedelic experiences, and people who are supporting others have psychedelic experiences. The Line is staffed by compassionate, diverse, rigorously trained volunteers who listen deeply and from a place of non-judgment. They are trained to be with you, with care.

Mental Health First Oakland



MH First Oakland, a project of Anti Police-Terror Project, is a cutting-edge new model for non-police response to mental health crisis. The goal of MH First is to respond to mental health crises including, but not limited to, psychiatric emergencies, substance use support, and domestic violence safety planning.

MH First Oakland is available in the form of a free hotline – (510) 999-9MH1 – on Fridays & Saturdays from 2pm to 2am.

The Trevor Project



Connect to a crisis counselor 24/7, 365 days a year, from anywhere in the U.S via text, chat, or phone. The Trevor Project is 100% confidential and 100% free.

US Warmline Directory


Visit website for contact information.

A list of warmlines by regions; some warmlines also serve nationally.

Looking for a Trans-Affirming Therapist?

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