SERVICES


24 hour hotline - 707-528-2MEN (2636)

Staffed by collective members, the hotline offers confidential support to callers in crisis. It provides resource information to men and their family members.


​Stop the Violence (STV) - Peer-led weekly groups located in 
Santa Rosa and Petaluma.


Skills - Peer-led weekly group located in Santa Rosa for graduates 
of STV.


Speakers Bureau - Collective members are available to speak to schools, civic groups, churches, public agencies, etc. on issues relating to domestic violence.



CALL M.E.N. IF YOU

  • ​​are feeling stressed and overwhelmed.
  • are experiencing unresolved domestic (or other) conflict.
  • realize your behavior is intimidating, or harmful to yourself or your family.
  • want more information about M.E.N. groups.
  • want to volunteer time or resources to M.E.N.​

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Always ready to listen, to offer effective alternatives...in complete confidence.

To ensure the health and well-being of MEN participants, staff and our community, MEN is practicing social distancing until further notice.  After March 20, there will be no STV or SKILLS groups held at Sebastopol nor Petaluma. 


The MEN Facilitators will be manning the Hotline during regular group hours for group participants who would like to check in. This will be updated with any new information as time goes on.

If you are not an MEN participant and want or need support, please call the Hotline at anytime 707-528-2636. MEN knows that stressful times like this can increase the risk of relationship tension and conflict.  Please reach out!!


Together we can minimize the impact of the Corona Virus on our community.  We wish you and your loved ones well.  

707-528-2MEN

PO Box 566
Santa Rosa, CA 95402

"We fought all the time and the kids were avoiding me. When I called the M.E.N. hotline, it was the beginning of my understanding how my violence was ruining my life, and how I could change."    -client

Men Evolving Non-Violently (M.E.N.) is a non-profit organization operating in Sonoma County, California.  It was founded in 1979 to address the issues of abuse of women and children, and is made up of a volunteer collective of men, many whom were once clients themselves.  M.E.N. is a one-of-a-kind program that offers several services to help men who have decided they want to change their abusive or unproductive behavior.