Mentis, formerly Family Service of Napa Valley, has named Liz Marks as development director.
Mentis: Napa’s Center for Mental Health Services announced that the nonprofit raised $100,000 at its fifth annual World of Wine fundraiser at Opus One Winery on March 12.
Napa Valley Vintners announced the award of nearly $6 million in grants to local nonprofits that deliver a spectrum of health care services.
I have been a board member for Mentis (formerly known as Family Service Napa Valley) for almost eight years. Over these years,
Mentis: Napa’s Center for Mental Health Services, in partnership with Opus One Winery, will hold its 5th Annual World of Wine Fundraising Event.
World Mental Health Day, which is supported by the United Nations (UN), is annually held on October 10 to raise public awareness about mental health issues worldwide...
Family Service of Napa Valley, a provider of mental health services, has rebranded itself, becoming Mentis, Napa’s Center for Mental Health Services...
Family Service of Napa Valley is the oldest nonprofit in Napa County, and after 65 years of providing mental health services to people of every age, stage and income level, they are reinventing themselves...
Family Service will announce a new name and host a ribbon-cutting and tours of new clinical offices Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Those offices are located at 1700 Second St. in the Robert Louis Stevenson Plaza.
House Concert with Brother Yusef, Sunday May 20th in the afternoon (location TBD).
Please join us for this fabulous house concert featuring Brother Yusef. Tickets will be available for purchase for $25 sometime in the Spring of 2018.
Family Service of Napa Valley will offer the public tours of its new clinical offices at 1700 2nd St. at a ribbon-cutting event on Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. until noon.