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The following organizations offer information and tools to help you contemplate, communicate and document your health care wishes. Resources include FAQs, tips, articles, videos and classes on Advance Care Planning, as well as links to download Advance Health Care Directive forms. Most are free; some require a small fee. Many sites have forms in Spanish, Chinese and other languages in addition to English.

Since in California there is no one official Advance Health Care Directive form, you can select the one you best like to document your wishes

Sonoma County Resources

The Community Network Journey Project
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center (for both members and non-members)
Kaiser Permanente Petaluma (for both members and non-members)
St. Joseph Health Sonoma County
Sutter Health Santa Rosa

Statewide and National Resources

Aging with Dignity (Home of the Five Wishes Advance Health Care Directive)
American Bar Association
California Advance Health Care Directive - Probate Code ) 
Coalition for Compassionate Care of California
California Health Care Foundation
The Conversation Project
Easy-to-Read Advance Health Care Directive (multiple languages)
Good End-of-Life
My Directives
National Health Care Decisions Day
Prepare for Your Care

Tools & Smart Phone Apps:

Advance Care Planning (ACP) Decisions
American Bar Association
Coalition to Transform Advance Care
My Health Care Wishes (smart phone app)
Prepare for Your Care

Other Resources for Related Concerns
Find information and support about caring for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones.
Caring Connections
A program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, this national consumer and community engagement initiative was created to improve care at the end of life.
Get information about this initiative that is working to change expectations for end-of-life. Its goal is to empower consumers and health care professionals with easy-to-access, simple-to-understand information and resources to make educated decisions about end-of-life care.

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