North Bay Veterans Resource Center

Hearn House
Behavioral Health Program

Hearn House is a 15 bed transitional housing and behavioral health treatment program for male veterans with a history of mental illness and/or substance abuse. Male veterans must be VA eligible and low income.

Hearn is located in Santa Rosa, in beautiful Sonoma County. Veterans reside in the program for up to six months while they receive intensive case management, individual therapy, and group therapy to address life barriers in a quiet and meditative environment.

The Hearn House is a structured residential program. All Veterans meet with their primary counselor on a weekly basis and attend 3+ groups per day. The program runs on the concept of increasing responsibility and freedom over time, as earned through demonstrated behavioral consistency by the client.

The program is divided into the following phases of participation: Phase I Introduction, Phase II Introspection, and Phase III Integration. Phases are ultimately not guided by structured timeframes, but rather by the impressions and opinions of the client and treatment staff. Hearn House creates a therapeutic milieu in which people are both willing and able to marshal their own internal resources in order to better their lives. For more information and/or to refer Veterans, please contact North Bay Veterans Resource Center 707-578-8387