A collaborative effort is essential in helping individuals and families in crisis. This means involving the unique experiences and perspectives of staff, volunteers, donors and other nonprofit organizations. Thank you to each of the organizations that helps us to provide our patients with the best care possible.
Our Giving Program reflects our commitment to building a better future together. With a focus on education, economic vitality, the environment and emergency preparedness, we are committed to putting our resources where our values are. Working closely with local community organizations through program development, charitable contributions and hands-on volunteerism, PG&E is helping to create a strong, resilient and sustainable California.
Your one-stop source for mental health services, resources and solutions for yourself, your family and your community.
At Mentis’ main clinic in downtown Napa, we provide services to individuals, children, couples and families. We also provide Group Therapy Workshops throughout the year. We work with anyone regardless of income, age or stage of life. Please contact our Intake Coordinator at 707/255.0966 ext.132 to schedule an appointment. We have a sliding scale fee that works for all situations. We offer therapy in both English and Spanish.
Community Connection Network (CCN) provides site-based crisis intervention services, mental health support, and linkages to stabilize individuals who would otherwise escalate to needing higher levels of care such as the Crisis Clinic, emergency room services, or inpatient hospitalization. The CCN staff is available to all ages and demographics who are experiencing an Emerging Mental Health Crisis. CCN’s short-term mental health services are provided for a maximum of 30 days.
Program Services for Community Connection Network include:
Provide referrals and/or warm handoffs to crisis residential services, vocational and employment services, housing, substance abuse and/or residential detoxification services, domestic violence intervention with the support of law enforcement, and other services with transportation assistance.
Community Connection Network: 707/257.9719
Trauma Informed Care
We know trauma is becoming more pervasive in our society, it can include veterans returning from combat to survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence to people that have experienced car accidents or natural disasters such as an earthquake.
In order to provide Trauma Informed Care that supports resiliency, self care, and healing for people; we have created a setting where all agency staff is educated and mindful about trauma and its consequences, and everyone is aware of the need to create a safe, supportive culture.
The Mentis Trauma Treatment Program includes trauma specific services including evidenced based and emerging best practice treatment models that have been proven to facilitate recovery from trauma. The program includes didactic, cognitive-behavioral, and emotional integration modalities such as CBT, EMDR, Exposure/Desensitization, Seeking Safety and TRM. These services are available to all clients of Mentis. In addition, we offer fee for service EMDR treatment to patients with Kaiser or private insurance.
Mentis Trauma Treatment Program: 707/255.0966 ext. 132