North Sonoma County Services
North Sonoma County Services   New Website: https://northsonomacountyservices.wordpress.com
Pictured left to right:
Front Row: Emily Krispin, Mother Sally Hubbell, Roger Dormire, Persis McCarley, Mary Martha Allen, Bo Simons
Back Row: Yvonne Milligan, Matt Murphy, Colleen Householder
Not pictured: Tricia Lay, Toni Hopkins, Bobby Platt

Our New Name:  North Sonoma County Services:  NSCS

New Website:  https://northsonomacountyservices.wordpress.com

Our Vision:

To end homelessness in Northern Sonoma County

Our Mission:

NSCS exists to help people struggling in homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless to rebuild their lives and become integrated, contributing members of our community. 

Our History:

North County Community Services (NCCS) has been serving the homeless and near homeless in the northern part of Sonoma County since 1982.  The NCCS is an independent, non-profit agency than is an outreach program of the church. We receive financial support from local churches, foundations, and civic groups as well as grants from city, county, and state agencies.  We also receive private donations from families and individuals. 

We rely on volunteers to check guests into the overnight shelter, wash sheets and towels, help with repairs, work on our Board of Directors, and assist with fundraisers. The NCCS has been able to provide resources and services to hundreds of people due to the generosity of our supporters.  We hope to continue expanding our services to meet the needs of the ever growing homeless population. If you would lilke to make a donation, please send it to the following address:

NSCS,  New Website:  https://northsonomacountyservices.wordpress.com  707-433-6161

209 Matheson Street, Healsburg, CA 95448  

The NCCS is a 501(c)3 and our Federal Tax Identification Number is 94-2163768.



NSCS Dinner in the Vineyards, August 22nd at Hoot Owl Vineyards

Save the date of Aug 22nd for our annual dinner -

For more information go to our new website:    https://northsonomacountyservices.wordpress.com

August, 2015:  Every year we gather 150 people together to listen/dance to live music, play bocci ball, eat a fantastic meal, and bid generously on silent and live auction items.  We will have all kinds of fun activites for the entire family.  Once again, we are blessed to have the food prepared by Octavio Diaz.  All proceeds are contributed directly to the continuation of NSCS services in our community.  Please come and help make a difference in someone's life.




NSCS offers several transitional housing units and low income housing.  All units require a formal application be completed and submitted to the NSCS staff for approval.  Tricia Lay manages the Holbrook Apartment as well as the Victory Apartment/Studios. For maintenance and/or non-emergency situations, please call (707)431-1722 or leave a message at the church office (707) 433-2107.  For any other questions, please contact Colleen Householder or Emily Krispin at (707) 433-433-6161.

Holbrook Apartment

The Holbrook Apartment is located at 1302 Prentice Drive in Healdsburg.  The apartment is utilized as a transitional housing unit for families.  Clients are permitted to stay there up to six months while they are looking for more permanent housing.

Victory Apartments

The Victory Apartments are a four-unit apartment complex located at 308 East Street in Healdsburg.  The apartments are used for transitional housing for families.  Three of the four units allow tenants to stay for a period of time not to exceed two years.  One of the four units allow tenants to stay for a period of time not to exceed six months. The NSCS manages these apartments for the City of Healdsburg.
Victory Studios
The Victory Studios are a seven-unit apartment complex located at 306 East Street in Healdsburg.  The apartments are used for transitional housing for small families (2 adults and 1 child maximum).  The units allow tenants to stay for a period of time not to exceed 18 months.  The NSCS manages these apartments for the City of Healdsburg. 
Other Needs:
The NSCS Critical Family Needs Program is designed to help pay utility bills for families with unexpected bills or who find themselves facing temporary difficulty.