While Coronavirus continues to affect Californians, we are compounded by additional stress and anxiety as fires roar through our hills and neighborhoods. Listen as Rob Weiss, executive director of Mentis and Christina Farr, health and tech reporter of CNBC discusses the stress of our current times.
We are very excited to share our Mentis 2019 Impact Report.
We are proud and honored to be participants in this year’s Napa Valley Give!Guide 2018 – November 1st – December 31st.
Support our work in providing accessible professional bilingual mental health services for our community!
Join us on Wednesday, October 3rd from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM, at this FREE community forum for youth and adults to learn more about the signs, symptoms and treatment options for teen depression and anxiety.
Please join us as we celebrate Mentis’ 70 years in our community. Stop in for a tour and find out more about our mental health treatments services all over Napa County. Open to everyone in our community. Please RSVP to Luz Casillas-Mora at firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 is Mentis’ 70th Platinum Anniversary!
Meet Maria, a married client in her early 30’s. She had four children and was a healthy and happy stay at home mother and wife. She had a traumatic fall and found herself in the emergency room of the hospital…
The client was 54 years old when he came to Family Service of Napa for couple’s therapy. His life was spinning out of control. He became an abusive husband and father, and an alcoholic.
Victoria, a young mother came to Mentis to find healing from trauma and suffering caused by her husband’s abusive behavior.
Jessica*, a woman living with mental disabilities came to Mentis in search of a program that could help her start and maintain a healthier and more stable life away from abuse, drugs, violence and homelessness she lived through as an adult.