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Face to Face ending HIV in Sonoma County.
Shop for high quality clothes, furniture, and more at thrift store prices, and no sales tax! Donate gently used items and get a tax deduction! Call for pick up of large items. Volunteer in a fun environment while helping to end HIV, and care for those living with HIV/AIDS in Sonoma County.
The Steakhouse @ Equus offers a warm and inviting dining experience. We offer an enticing menu of the highest quality steaks, seafood, and sides which highlight fresh, local ingredients.
We are dedicated to ending HIV in Sonoma County while supporting the health and well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS.
Since 1983, Face to Face has addressed the ever-changing challenges presented by the HIV epidemic in Sonoma County.
To this end, we offer HIV prevention education to Sonoma County and we empower clients with supportive services including housing assistance, benefits counseling, information, referrals, and transportation. We strengthen our community through outreach, education and HIV policy advocacy on a local and national level.
The goal of our Care Services program is to encourage well-being, healing and independence for everyone we serve. Services offered include: benefits counseling, emergency financial assistance, housing search and placement, home health care, transportation to medical appointments and specialized services for women, families and the Latino community.
The goal of our Prevention Education program is to reach those at highest risk of HIV infection with proven intervention strategies, strong supportive messaging, educational materials and condoms. To this end we offer free, confidential or anonymous rapid result HIV testing in our Santa Rosa office.
The HIV/AIDS environment is changing due to advances in medical care. An HIV diagnosis is no longer an imminent death sentence. Instead, the focus becomes eliminating new infections and supporting HIV/AIDS affected individuals so that they can live an independent and healthy life for many years. Face to Face is committed to providing the essential care necessary to help reconnect our clients with their vitality and well-being.
As the future of AIDS in Sonoma County continues to expand its complexity, we are constantly looking at our systems of service delivery. Face to Face has always sought to provide the most efficient and effective delivery of care services to our clients with an eye for those with the most critical need. We intend to remain committed to HIV prevention, in hopes of ensuring a safer, healthier future for all.
Of the luxury Sonoma hotels and resorts available, Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn is the ultimate Wine Country destination. Blessed by natural mineral hot springs in Sonoma Valley, Sonoma County, California and an idyllic, world famous wine growing region abundant with local products, our Willow Stream Spa, championship Sonoma Golf Course and signature restaurant, the Michelin award winning Santé, offer an unforgettable retreat. Please click here to see our most recent awards and accolades given to our Sonoma, California luxury resort hotel.
From your first visit you will love the modern yet traditional style our community and floor plans embody. Each of our floor plans incorporate craftsman style building elements and the interiors feature fine woodwork. The use of natural materials blends contemporary style with classic quality. Great care has been taken to place the buildings in a way that conserves as much of the natural beauty and native landscape as possible. Even your pets will feel right at home in the tranquil, spacious surroundings of Fountaingrove Lodge. The use of stone and wood inside and out echo the native rocks and trees on the site. A seamless fusion of simplicity and sophistication are combined with sensitivity to the natural surroundings.
Oakmont Senior Living is a recognized leader in the retirement industry, having planned and developed more than 40 retirement communities in the western United States. Our company is dedicated to hearing, understanding and responding to the needs of aging seniors.
Located in Sonoma County, Graton Resort & Casino has a commanding presence amongst rolling hills of Northern California’s wine country. Owned and operated by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, Graton Resort & Casino is the complete entertainment experience, featuring table games, the latest slot machines, upscale and casual dining, plus entertainment options for visitors and locals alike.
Our spectacular Front Room Bar and Lounge is situated inside the John Ash & Co. Its décor successfully showcases the vineyard setting, creates a warm and rich ambiance, and provides the perfect venue for conversation, relaxation, and fun.
Juice Shack is as local and home grown as you can get.” – Co-Founder Brian Dingman
Brian was born in Santa Rosa and graduated from Healdsburg High School.
Juice Shack co-founders Brian Dingman and Doug Randolph, first met as students at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo in the early 1990’s.
During college, Dingman (a Sonoma County native), noticed they had a lot in common. They both shared a passion for the local juice bar and a quest to find quick, healthy, high energy meals to fit into their busy school schedules. Being from the ‘connoisseur culture’ of Sonoma’s wine country also helped form their unique approach.
We are a family-owned and operated California winery, located in beautiful Sonoma County. The Kobler family have been wine growers for over two generations, and we honor our grandparents’ legacy by continuing the tradition of growing and producing fine, small-production wines.
We specialize in Rhône and Burgundy varietals, including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Grenache, and Viognier. We craft appellation and single-vineyard wines in a style that focuses on delicate flavors with vivid, yet balanced, notes of fruit and spice.
In the mid 1990′s the Kobler’s bought a five-acre apple farm in the lower Russian River Valley. Mike and his brother could see the region known as “Green Valley” was perfect to grow cold-climate Syrah, and so they did. The Syrah grown in this region creates a unique flavor profile and the ability to produce 90+ point wines.
In 2000, the Kobler’s began selling their fruit to Pax Winery. The winemaker had a passion for Rhône wines and the Kobler grapes proved to be a perfect fit. In 2003, Pax scored a 95 for his Kobler Family Vineyards Pax Syrah. To this day the grapes continue to be sold to wineries looking for an ultra-premium, artisan grown, cold-climate Syrah.
In 2010, the Kobler’s started Kobler Estate Winery, allowing them to share their passion with the public. The wines showcase a love of the vineyard and a desire to create handcrafted wines.
Nestled in the warmest edge of the Russian River Valley, Merriam Vineyards invite guests to cross cultures while tasting our California-crafted French-style wines in our beautifully appointed tasting room. Designed with the comfort and warmth of a New England-style farmhouse, our winery and tasting room blend the east and west while residing at the hub of three major California appellations; the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valleys. Come and enjoy Merriam Vineyards wine on our garden terrace overlooking the magnificent valley and Healdsburg’s wine country.
Orpheus Wines is a small family-owned Santa Rosa winery offering sustainably built, artfully crafted wines that celebrate life and community. Inspired by the Greek demigod Orpheus, arbiter of music and poetry, Orpheus Wines was created in 2011 out of the blending of passions and talents of a Winemaker, an Artist, and a Visioneer.
Winemaker Marc Krafft brings a multitude of skills and talents to his winemaking process, drawing on years of experience in the wine industry as well as his previous career in the medical field and passions for dance, music, and the culinary arts. The result is a set of premium, food-friendly wines that delight the senses.
Sebastiani’s first century in Sonoma winemaking began when Samuele (pictured right) emigrated from the Tuscany region of Italy in 1895 and started Sebastiani nine years later. A stonemason by trade, he quarry-mined the Sonoma hills for cobblestones that were used to build the streets of San Francisco. He worked long hours and saved carefully to buy land in Sonoma County, from which he would make wine for the Sonoma community and San Francisco’s restaurants.
The winery was the only one in Sonoma County to continue operations through Prohibition, making a small amount of sacramental and medicinal wines. It has been joked, and perhaps with some grain of truth, that during this time there was a resurgence of people becoming very religious.
Samuele believed in hard work and asked the same of everyone at the winery. At the same time, he was a strong supporter of the land and the people of Sonoma. When the combination of Prohibition and the Depression hit hard, Samuele initiated major projects at the winery to create employment for his neighbors. When there wasn’t sufficient work at the winery, he built around the plaza and constructed a skating rink, motel, theater and meeting hall at the Catholic Church. To keep people employed at the winery, Samuele began canning peaches, pears and nectarines.
Shortly after Samuele’s death in 1944, his son, August (pictured right), and August’s wife Sylvia purchased the winery from the estate and began the expansion of the facilities and the product line, adding new varietal wines and proprietary blends.
Always sporting his trademark bib overalls, August was recognized as one of America’s most skilled and innovative winemakers of the time. August was also known for his tireless devotion to birds and their preservation – as evidenced by his lifelong support of Ducks Unlimited and his collection of rare doves and black swans. He respected the craftsmen of Sonoma and made use of their skills at the winery; the famous hand-carved Sebastiani barrels, which are still on display at the winery, were completed by Earle Brown in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
When August died in 1980, Sylvia and their children, Sam, Don and Mary Ann, assumed management of the company. Sam stayed until 1986, when he left Sebastiani to start his own winery, south of the city of Sonoma.
The Sebastiani company’s biggest growth spurt came during this time. The family built a large-volume, Central Valley-based portfolio of value brands, collectively called Turner Road Vintners, while continuing to produce its Sebastiani-labeled wines. Production of Turner Road Vintners brands reached 8 million cases a year.
With the decision made to refocus on quality and the flagship Sebastiani brand, the family sold the Turner Road Vintners brands and winemaking facilities in March 2001 to Constellation Brands (formerly Canandaigua). When that sale was completed, Don Sebastiani left to devote full attention to Cecchetti Sebastiani Cellars (now Don Sebastiani & Sons), which he started with brother-in-law Roy Cecchetti in 1985. Mary Ann Sebastiani Cuneo, formerly senior vice president of hospitality and manager of the company’s real estate holdings – which include 700 vineyard acres, 225 of them planted — assumed the role of president and CEO and helped lead the company through its transition into one of Sonoma County’s premier quality wine producers. She spearheaded the multi-million dollar remodel of the Sebastiani tasting room and hospitality center completed in 2001, offering unique cultural and historic programs for visitors. In addition, the production facility underwent major renovation with an emphasis on small-lot artisan winemaking.
Bill Foley purchased Sebastiani in 2008 and immediately took a number of steps to enhance wine quality and raise the winery’s image. Working closely with winemaker Mark Lyon and the viticultural team, Bill lowered production, restricted yields, acquired more new barrels and winemaking equipment, revamped farming protocols and acquired additional vineyards to guarantee consistent and superior fruit sourcing. Today, the winery is making the finest wines in its long history with emphasis on single-vineyard and sub-appellation wines.