We are committed to help you achieve your housing goals

Case management, income development, counseling, and housing search. These are a few of the services we offer at COTS. All of our services are designed to give you a chance at finding and keeping housing.

To access housing or services at COTS, please call the Sonoma County Coordinated Entry System at 1-866-542-5480 (Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm).

Information on the Petaluma Kitchen is listed below.

Jobs and Income

Need help applying for Social Security Benefits or looking for work? Our staff have experience with applying for SSI / SSDI, as well as looking and applying for jobs. Access to our Work: Ready Apparel store is also available to those who need clothing for work.

Kids First

The Kids First program offers support for parents and enrichment activities for children. Our staff works with families in a fun and engaging manner to strengthen family relationships. An experience of homelessness can be a stressful time for a family, whether its with managing school relations, childcare, or a child’s special needs. The Kids First program gives parents tools and resources to keep families in balance while parents work to resolve their family’s experience of homelessness.

Rapid Re-Housing

Through financial assistance and supportive services, Rapid Re-Housing assists families and individuals in becoming stably housed and financially self-sufficient.

Applications are only received during open application periods. Rapid Re-Housing is part of a federally-funded effort to reduce homelessness across the nation. Read more about the application process. 

Healthcare

The Petaluma Health Center has an onsite clinic at the Mary Isaak Center, accessible to clients residing in the Emergency Shelter, and to members of the public. Nursing interns provide enrollment in primary care and referral to primary care providers.

Wellness

Our staff collaborates between case management, medical care, and community resources to ensure you have access to the care you need, whether you are staying in short-term shelter or are in one of our long-term housing programs. Services include short-term therapy for stress, depression, crisis, or mental illness. Referrals are also available for longer-term care.

Food Programs

We provide over 300 meals every day to members of the Petaluma community who need food. Visit us every day from 11:30am-1:00pm at the Mary Isaak Center at 900 Hopper Street in Petaluma. Anyone who is hungry is welcome to come for lunch.

If you need long-term support with food, we encourage you to contact the Redwood Empire Food BankSonoma County 211, or your healthcare provider.