Redwood Children's Center

The Redwood Children’s Center (RCC) is a welcoming place, where children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities can be interviewed about allegations of physical or sexual abuse or domestic violence. The professionals you’ll meet here want to make your visit as comfortable as possible.

Interviews about what happened are done by caring, specially trained staff. Interview videotapes can be shared with other professionals involved in the investigation, reducing the need for multiple interviews and lowering the possibility of added trauma. In some cases, a video interview can be used in court in place of a child’s in-person testimony.

RCC advocates also help visitors connect to other supportive community agencies, some located in the Family Justice Center, downstairs from the RCC. Having many resources in one place makes it easier to get the support you need.

Please read through these pages to learn more about how RCC can support you.

Learn about our work, the roles of our staff and local partner agencies, and our national accreditation as a Children’s Advocacy Center
We aim to provide comfort, support and helpful resources to help during difficult times.
Learn what to expect during your appointment, and how to get more information before you arrive.
It’s natural for parents, teens, adults, family members and caregivers to have questions before they visit. Find answers.
The RCC is in the same building as the Sonoma County Family Justice Center in Santa Rosa, California.
Find support from many other community and government organizations. Here’s a contact list

You and your child are safe here.​

Reach out to us anytime

We are located inside the FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER

Phone: (707) 565-6360