OfferingÂ housing for 18-24 year olds, along with counseling and job training.
ProvidingÂ short-term shelter, food, counseling, and referrals for youth and their families.
Paid work experience, environmental education, career exploration and professional development programs for youth looking to get ready to go to work
SAY offers placements for trainees and interns who are on a licensure track toward becoming an MFT, LCSW, or Clinical Psychologist.
Offering mental health services in schools across Sonoma County.
SAY’s Grief Services uses group peer support and expressive arts for children, youth, and adults healing after a death or the trauma of living with a family member with a life-altering illness.
Let us help you explore your career path and make money doing what you love! The SAY Career Hub offersÂ in-take appointments, 1-on-1 coaching, and self-serve computer use.
Helping homeless youth, youth who are at risk of homelessness, and youth who are transitioning out of treatment programs.
Affordable housing for former foster youth and young adults who may be homeless.