PPSC Rock N Bowl 2017 “the business of life is the acquisition of memories”

Join PPSC this year and acquire a few memories, as we celebrate 43 years of programing at this year’s 26th Annual Rock N Bowl – Downton Alley. PPSC provides a network of critical social services, which are likely already supporting the health and welfare of our community.  Here is merely a sample of a few ways our community benefits from […]

January 25th, 2017|Featured, Uncategorized|Comments Off on PPSC Rock N Bowl 2017 “the business of life is the acquisition of memories”|

What is a healthy relationship?

Healthy relationships consist of trust, honesty, respect equality, and compromise. Unfortunately, teen dating violence—the type of intimate partner violence that occurs between two young people who are, or who were once in, an intimate relationship—is a serious problem in the United States. A national survey found that ten percent of teens, female and male, had been the victims of physical  dating […]

March 16th, 2016|Counseling, Employment, Uncategorized|Comments Off on What is a healthy relationship?|

a little fun in the dark can help so many

PPSC Neon Rose Classic Golf Tournament

This years 2015 neon rose golf classic benefitting PETALUMA PEOPLE SERVICE CENTER will be October 23.  Join us for 9 glowing holes of golf at rooster run golf course: register to golf, sponsor this classic event, or volunteer. Sponsor, golf or volunteer. Lets have a little fun in the dark to help the thousands […]

September 9th, 2015|Counseling, Featured, Housing, Seniors, Serving Families, Volunteers|Comments Off on a little fun in the dark can help so many|

Petaluma Chalk HeART event – love what’s real

Presented by: Casa Grande Senior Projects, Petaluma People Services Center, Bank of Marin, W. Bradley Electric

 Friday, April 24, 2014, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Bank of Marin, 8 4th Street, Downtown Petaluma

Make it clever… draw it cool! Healthy relationships are your muse and chalk is your tool… spread the word…and get ready to take a run at ChalkHeART. chalk HeART 2015

Here’s […]

April 16th, 2015|Counseling, Featured, Serving Families, Volunteers|Comments Off on Petaluma Chalk HeART event – love what’s real|

PPSC to offer popular Mindfulness Class

Great story about  being mindful as you go through your day.  NPR Program: Talk of the Nation – Mindfulness: using Your Brain to Beat Stress.

Are you looking for an effective way to zap stress, focus better, reduce symptoms of depression or anxiety?  There is a growing body of evidence that shows the mindfulness is a powerful way to get […]

November 19th, 2014|Counseling, Seniors|Comments Off on PPSC to offer popular Mindfulness Class|

PPSC Proud to make the list for a 7th time

North Bay Business Journal announces 2014 Best Places to Work

PPSC asks you to help make a list that counts….Golf in the 2014 Neon Rose

Let’s face it we are pretty lucky, we have the luxury of doing simple things like making lists of what we need to get done. Mine is: live simply, dream big, be grateful, give love, share and laugh lots!  What is your list? I want to add one more thing to it – GOLF IN THE DARK.  I know […]

Petaluma People Services Center expands access to services for Veterans

Petaluma People Services Center (PPSC) has been named as a Veterans Affairs Patient-Center Community Care (VAPC3) Program Network provider.  PPSC will provide mental and behavioral services to our nation’s Veterans effective January 1, 2014.   Patient-Centered Community Care (PC3) is a Veterans Health Administration (VHA) program that offers health care contracts to provide eligible Veterans access to services.

PPSC through VAPC3, […]


June 9, 2014 – Several seasoned non-profit organizations and community partners are joining forces to help local youth avoid the pull of gang-life, thanks to a $52,500 grant from the County of Sonoma’s AB 114 fund.  Boys & Girls Clubs of Marin & Southern Sonoma Counties (BGCMSSC) will provide core afterschool services; $10,000 of the grant is allocated to […]

May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month and PPSC is once again taking the pledge to end the stigma associated with mental illness.  Join us on May 16 as we encourage young people to “illustrate a healthy relationship”.

Each mind really does matter, and each of us must determine what we will do to make a difference.  Visit Petaluma People Services Center […]

April 30th, 2014|Counseling|0 Comments|