During the COVID-19 crisis, La Luz Center has been designated an “essential business” by the County of Sonoma and will remain a vital resource for those in need.  To protect you and our staff, we will be actively providing services through phone appointments as our office is closed. To set up an appointment for help for you or your family, please call:  (707) 938- 5131 and leave a message with your name, phone number, needed assistance and best time to reach you. We will back to schedule your appointment soon as possible. 

Our family services program supports our families from early childhood through adulthood. The economic advancement initiative addresses our families’ desire to learn and gain new skill sets that translate to better jobs and higher salaries. Our community engagement team creates events that aim to promote community-wide participation and provide opportunities for community service and leadership.

FAMILY

SERVICES

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ECONOMIC

ADVANCEMENT

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COMMUNITY

ENGAGEMENT

WHO WE ARE

Our La Luz Family is a group of passionate and dedicated Staff and Board members. Coming from diverse backgrounds we embrace each other, as well as our own uniqueness. We enjoy working together to build a strong community, where everyone has a voice.

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"La Luz Center moves “Censoteria”, Census 2020 outreach online during pandemic" (From Mayra Lopez, La Prensa Sonoma - March 31, 2020

"La Luz Center had planned to play the game at different pop-up events throughout the county, but they are now moving the game virtually. On Thursday, April 2nd at 4 p.m, they will be playing the game through Facebook Live.”...

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"La Luz: ‘We need help’ here in Sonoma" (From Carole Kelleher, Sonoma Index Tribune - March 30, 2020

"At the beginning of March La Luz had $50,000 in its crisis fund. It gave out $16,000 last week to clients in emergency situations. With the resources draining Hernandez immediately launched a fundraising drive hoping 1,500 community members will donate $100 each.”...

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"Sonoma Group Rethinks Census Outreach Efforts Amid Coronavirus Fears" (From Chloe Veltman, KQED- March 30, 2020

"La Luz Center, a nonprofit that provides resources to roughly 20,000 underserved, mostly Latino immigrant residents in the Sonoma Valley, developed this game. In February alone, the organization hosted more than 40 events related to the decennial count”...

 
 
 

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La Luz Center is a 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit organization
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