Healthcare Foundation

Residents Triggered by Flooding Can Turn to Wildfire Relief Efforts


The impact and aftermath of this week’s floods may be triggering post-traumatic stress and anxiety for many in our communities. The Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County is encouraging the use of free bilingual tools and resources created by its Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative for anyone needing support.

  • Sonoma Rises App: A free bilingual app with special section’s for teens and adults that uses audio, text and images for self-guided resiliency and recovery skill building.
  • A free self-guided resiliency skill building website that can assist with anxiety and triggers.
  • Trauma Informed Yoga: Free yoga sessions offered across Sonoma County that focus on the understanding of trauma and its impact on the entire mind-body system. The schedule can be found online at
  • NAMI warmline: Anyone feeling triggered or anxious in Sonoma County can call or text the NAMI warmline at (866) 960 – 6264 for assistance.
  • Access to all of these free resources and more are located at

Those looking for more information or wanting to partner with the Healthcare Foundation’s Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative can contact Sarah Katz at or call (707) 473-0583.

Allie Murillo

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