Below you will find a directory of mental health and wellness resources for youth, ages 12-20, and their parents. Listings include prevention resources and activities, support programs and treatment, and crisis information. This database is meant to help connect you to organizations in the Napa County serving our diverse community of youth. Please follow the links and reach out directly to service providers for more information and support. 


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ALDEA Children + Family Services

(707) 224-8266

Resource Title: Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse Service, Prevention Services, Adolescent Programs, Foster Care & Adoption Service, Victim-Center Services
Website Address (Program Specific):
What They Do: Our mission is to improve lives and create bright futures for people we serve by providing professional mental health, child welfare and support services in a manner that respects the dignity and individuality of each person.
Schools: ALDEA works in collaboration with Napa Valley Unified School District
How to get connected: Please contact our main office *707-253-0123
Camille Creek Community School

Camille Creek Community School


Resource Title: Camille Creek Community School
Website Address (Program Specific):
What They Do: Camille Creek Community School is a small alternative school for students who have not been successful at traditional schools. Our small school family offers a learning environment of hope, love, and respect for the county's most at risk youth.
How to get connected: Phone call, email, or come see us!
KEDS – Kids Exposed to Domestic Violence Services

KEDS – Kids Exposed to Domestic Violence Services


Resource Title: News Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Services
Website Address (Program Specific): KEDS program and services
What They Do: Helping children heal today and thrive tomorrow
How to get connected: Call or email for more information
LEGACY Youth Project

LEGACY Youth Project

Resource Title: Ethnic Studies, Education, Social Justice, Youth Leadership, Transformation
Website Address (Program Specific): Program Model
What They Do: The LEGACY Youth Project (LYP) is an Ethnic Studies and social justice leadership program committed to the healing, transformation, and liberation of Napa Valley youth. Through our Heartwork Pedagogy, we cultivate humanizing opportunities for our scholar warriors to lead, rejoice, and thrive.
Schools: Redwood Middle School, Harvest Middle School, Vintage High School
How to get connected: Find our latest updates on our Social Media (Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook).
LGBTQ Connection

LGBTQ Connection


Resource Title: LGBTQ Connection
Website Address (Program Specific): Napa County programs & services
What They Do: LGBTQ groups, events, socials, 1-on-1 supports, resources, youth leadership teams, and more, for all ages, in English and Spanish.
Schools: We are involved at almost every high school and middle school in Napa County, and by request at any elementary or other school.
How to get connected: Call, email, DM (social media), or just drop by!

Mariposa- Bridging Brothers


Resource Title: Mariposa- Bridging Brothers
Website Address (Program Specific): Mariposa- Bridging Brothers Program
What They Do: Mariposa and Bridging Brothers is a Youth Development Program. The program ensures youth gain tools and awareness to avoid risky situations. Additionally, the program focuses on strengthening student's self-worth, advocating for themselves and one another, and becoming resources in their schools. Students lead peer-to-peer violence and substance-use education and prevention by conducting school-wide events.
Schools: Harvest Middle, Redwood Middle, Silverado Middle, Camile Creek, River, Napa High, Vintage High, Valley Oak High
How to get connected: Follow us on Social Media, @mariposagirls, Visit our website or Email Coordinator!
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Mentis, Napa’s Center for Mental Health Services

Resource Title: Youth and Young Adult Mental Health Treatment
Website Address (Program Specific): School Based Counseling
What They Do: Mentis provides professional bilingual mental health services for youth and young adults throughout Napa County in schools and in the Mentis Clinic.
Schools: American Canyon, Silverado, Redwood, Harvest, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Calistoga Middle Schools; American Canyon, Napa, Vintage, New Tech, St. Helena and Calistoga High Schools; Napa Valley College
How to get connected: Follow Mentis on Facebook @MentisNapa, sign up for our e-newsletter, or email our Program Coordinator.
Napa Farmers Market

Napa Farmers Market


Resource Title: Education Station Volunteers
Website Address (Program Specific): Education Station
What They Do: Youth volunteers age 13+ play and lead activities with young children that visit the Napa Farmers Market Education Station.
How to get connected: Email the Market Manager if you want to volunteer at the Education Station.
NEWS About Sports

NEWS About Sports


Resource Title: NEWS Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Services
Website Address (Program Specific): NEWS About Sports
What They Do: We teach young athletes that violence never equals strength.
Schools: Napa Valley College, American Canyon High School
How to get connected: Call or email Coach Bailie
News Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Services

News Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Services


Resource Title: Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Support Services
What They Do: NEWS is dedicated to providing safety, hope, healing and empowerment for survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse in Napa County
How to get connected: Call our main office 707-252-3687