Assistance League Of Sonoma County

Low Income Housing
Santa Rosa, CA
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5 West Sixth St
Santa Rosa, CA - 95401

(707)546-9484 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one

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About Assistance League Of Sonoma County

ASSISTANCE LEAGUE Of Sonoma County Is A Nonprofit Organization Composed Of Trained Volunteers Who Identify Community Needs And Respond To Them With Financial And Hands-On Support.

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