The Brookwood Health Center provides primary medical care and mental health services on a drop-in, same-day, and by-appointment basis. At Brookwood, we provide a wide array of medical, mental health, substance recovery, and case management services to meet the urgent needs of homeless individuals and the medically uninsured. Run by the Santa Rosa Community Health Centers, Brookwood Health Center is staffed by and maintains close working partnerships with Sonoma County Mental Health Services, Catholic Charities Santa Rosa Diocese, and the Drug Abuse Alternatives Center. Brookwood Health Center is also the hub of a federally funded Health Care for the Homeless grant, involving coordination with Petaluma Health Center and West County Health Centers.
Brookwood Health Center is also a teaching site for residents in the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program, University of California San Francisco medical students, and Santa Rosa Junior College Licensed Vocational Nurse students.
Formerly known as the Homeless Outreach Clinic of Santa Rosa, the Santa Rosa Free Clinic, and The A Street Clinic, the Brookwood Health Center has a rich history based on strong collaborations. To read more of that story, click here.
983 Sonoma Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm, 1:30 – 5:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
How to Make an Appointment:
The Brookwood Health Center provides care on a walk-in basis or by appointment. To make an appointment, call 707-583-8700.
Languages Spoken by Providers & Staff:
Translation services for other languages and for the hearing impaired are available.
We offer the following services to Sonoma County homeless individuals and the medically uninsured:
- Primary medical care
- Psychiatric treatment and evaluation
- Mental health counseling
- Assistance with medical insurance and public benefits applications
- Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment
- Medi-Cal / CMSP-eligibility assistance
- TB screening
- Family planning services
- Clinical and social advocacy for undocumented immigrants
- HIV/Hepatitis C testing
- Informational clearing house for homeless and mental health services
For a list of our Brookwood Health Center providers, please click here.
Insurance & Fees:
Everyone is welcome at Santa Rosa Community Health Centers, even if you do not have medical insured or cannot afford to pay.
We accept: Medi-Cal, Medicare, CMSP, Healthy Families, FamilyPACT, Gateway/CHDP, and offer low-cost fees if you are uninsured. Individuals and families needing help to apply for low-income insurance can meet with our Certified Application Assistant located at the Brookwood Health Center.
Uninsured? Not a problem. If you are uninsured, we offer a sliding fee scale for office visits. The exact fee is calculated based on your family size and monthly income.
For more information on insurance and fees please click here.