Are you homeless or worried about becoming homeless?

COTS Emergency Shelter and Permanent Supportive Housing programs are accessed through Sonoma County Coordinated Entry System. Please call 866.542.5480 to enroll with Coordinated Entry.

For more information about Coordinated Entry, click here. For additional homeless resources, go to or call 211.

Mary Isaak Center Emergency Shelter

Supportive services and shelter for adults who are seeking permanent housing. Access program through Sonoma County Coordinated Entry System and/or add your name to our internal waitlist by coming to MIC Monday through Friday from 11:30 to 12:30 between 11:30 and 12:30 to complete a pre-application.

Mary’s Table

Free lunch and dinner offered to the community. Lunch is served from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM and dinner is served from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM. [Due to COVID-19, meals for non-residents of MIC are served in to-go containers and are to be eaten off-campus.]

Pathways Recovery Shelter Beds

A portion of MIC Emergency Shelter beds are dedicated to those who are actively pursuing sobriety. Interested individuals can note this request on MIC Emergency Shelter pre-application.

Kids First Family Shelter

Supportive services and shelter for families with minor children. Contact shelter directly to add your name to waitlist. 707.765.6530 x300.


Outreach team serves Petaluma’s unsheltered population by providing resources, referrals to shelter, and basic needs items. Outreach team can be reached directly at 707.322.2732 or 707.787.6179.

21-Day Challenge

For unsheltered individuals who are interested in recovery from substance use. Offerings include overnight shelter in Mary Isaak Center dining room, 3 daily meals, showers, laundry, community service, and the ability to participate in Pathways recovery groups.

Shower Trailer

Service provided thru Redwood Gospel Mission. Showers offered on Fridays from noon until 1:30 PM in the MIC parking lot.

Drop-in Health Clinic

Services provided thru Petaluma Health Care at Mary Isaak Center. Serving COTS clients and other individuals. [Due to COVID-19, there are no on-site healthcare services currently offered.]

Homelessness Prevention

Serves individuals/families who are at-risk of losing housing due to nonpayment of rent. Notice from landlord required. Unit must be at or below Fair Market Rent for Sonoma County. Contact 707.765.6530 x201.

Rapid Rehousing

Supportive services, short-term financial and deposit assistance for homeless individuals/families. Access program thru Sonoma County Coordinated Entry System.

Integrity Housing

Shared permanent housing for homeless individuals/families. Referrals thru COTS shelter programs. Program offers Pathways recovery homes (sobriety requirement) and Harm Reduction housing options.

Permanent Supportive Housing

Supportive services and housing for highly vulnerable homeless individuals referred through Sonoma County Coordinated Entry System or St. Joseph Healthcare. No direct referrals allowed for either program.