Community Hub Client Information

The Community Hub offers many opportunities for individual and family therapy. To help you know what to expect during your therapy session, explore the information below.

Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Questions

Open six days a week, the Hub will provide youth, individuals, and families with a wide range of on and off-site trauma-informed care and treatments, including individual and group therapy; family programming, and art and enrichment activities.

To ensure we are addressing the needs of our clients, Intake Specialists will initiate an intake process to explore the needs and interests of each client. Based on these conversations, Intake Specialists will suggest Hub services and set up subsequent appointments. 

To start the process, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

Individual, Family, and Group Therapy

Support Groups Therapy

Psychological and Cognitive Assessments

Developmental Screenings

Marijuana and Alcohol Use Programs

Youth and Parent Services

Community Education

Community EventsHealing Centered and

Resilience-Building Activities

Family Resources

Bilingual Community Navigators will be well-versed in the social service resources available in the area and will help clients connect with services (housing, food, immigration, education, job training, etc.) that can contribute to their overall health and well-being. Co-facilitated by Community Navigators, Hanna will lead a Community Advisory Committee that will meet consistently to provide feedback on how the Hub can best meet their community’s mental health needs and offer feedback on current services. The Hub Director will recruit committee members from Collective member agencies to ensure that a wide demographic of residents are represented.  

Sonoma Valley is situated in the isolated far southeastern end of Sonoma County. Our target population includes migrants working in agriculture, monolingual minorities, the uninsured/under-insured, and those considered at-risk and disenfranchised, including the homeless and unhoused. The California Reducing Disparities Project states that LatinX families tend to be unfamiliar with the warning signs of mental illness. This combined with the trauma and displacement many LatinX families experienced during the recent fires, the pandemic, and the economic downturn puts this community at risk for mental health disorders.

Sonoma Valley is designated a Medically Underserved Population (MUP) and a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) due to its serious lack of healthcare resources; therefore, access to culturally appropriate healing and wellness services is imperative. 

For more information or to request services, use the form below — or call 707-933-4HUB.


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