Verity strives to provide as many services as possible to sexual assault and trauma victims in Sonoma County. In addition, victims may find the following organizations helpful.
Bay Area Women Against Rape: Supports survivors of rape and sexual assault, their friends, and family members in Alameda County.
California Coalition Against Sexual Assault: CALCASA is a statewide coalition of rape crisis centers committed to ending sexual violence and has a California Rape Crisis Center Directory.
Community Violence Solutions: Supports survivors of rape, domestic violence, and sexual assault, their friends, and family members in both Marin and Contra Costa Counties.
Domestic Violence Resources: For over 30 years, the YWCA Sonoma County has offered an array of programs and services designed to support those who have been impacted by domestic violence.
NEWS: Supports survivors of rape, domestic violence, and sexual assault, their friends, and family members in Napa County.
Northern California Resources: NorCal Resources is a collaborative project between community health centers, County Health Departments, and social service providers intended to help community members more easily find and access local services.
SafeQuest Solano: Supports survivors of rape, domestic violence, and sexual assault, their friends, and family members in Solano County.
San Francisco Women Against Rape: Supports survivors of rape and sexual assault, their friends, and family members in San Francisco.
Side by Side: Counseling services and more for young people.
Sonoma County Men Evolving Non-violently: Call if you realize your behavior is harmful to you and your family. Call anytime you feel really angry, out of control or helpless.
State Rape Crisis Center Directory: In the “Get Help” section, enter your zip code to find the nearest center.
Sonoma County 2-1-1: Sonoma County Community Resource Directory
Victim and Witness Assistance: Victim Witness Assistance program provides advocacy and direct services to all victims of crime.
Due to Covid-19, we are working remotely. We are still operating within our normal business hours. Please keep this in mind when contacting us, as we may not be immediately available via our office numbers, but will get your call soon. Our crisis line is fully operational so if you have an emergency, please call our crisis line.
If you have an immediate crisis, please call our rape crisis intervention hotline at (707) 545-7273 or call 911 for emergency services.
For all other inquiries about Verity, including the services we provide, upcoming events, or volunteer opportunities, please call (707) 545-7270 or fill out the contact form on this page. We will reply within two business days.