Community & Youth Resources
Welcome to the Napa County Community & Youth Resource Directory! This is a “one stop shop” for our community to find local organizations providing mental health, wellness and prevention services for youth. Use this site to find out more information about these diverse organizations, including how to connect with their service providers.
YOUTH & YOUNG ADULTS
ADULTS & OLDER ADULTS
We connect, inspire, and empower neighbors by making it easy to take positive action as volunteers and to learn about our community.
We provide free educational opportunities for high school students and adults to advance their career in the wine industry.
Work Based Learning (WBL) cultivates student self-discovery through work based experiences, internships, job shadowing, and mentorships. Students feel seen, valued and safe to discover their strengths, interests, and values in academics and work. WBL opportunities encourages students to find and do what they love now and in the future.
Youth over 18 can join our regular volunteer program. Our Youth program is for those under 18. Due to federal law, those under 18 cannot care for native birds, but you can assist with care for younger squirrels and opossums, pigeons, and select birds. Other duties are food prep, laundry, dishes, cage cleaning, gardening, landscaping, and repair work. Those volunteers aged 12-15 need to come with a supervising adult who takes the same training and volunteers at the same time as you. Once you are 16, you can be dropped off.
NEWS About Sports teaches Napa County youth athletes, coaches and sports teams that violence never equals strength. NEWS About Sports is a program of NEWS Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Services.
NEWS Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Services supports youth in Napa County by providing safety, hope, healing and empowerment for survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse.
The NVUSD Wellness Program is an initiative focused on the health, well-being and academic success of Napa's students and families at five middle and high school campuses.
At OLE Health, our focus is primary and preventative care — the kind of care you need to help you live life well. We are the “medical home” for thousands of individuals and families in Napa, Fairfield-Suisun, St. Helena, and Calistoga. At OLE Health, we treat everyone; whether you have private insurance, Medi-Cal, no insurance, or need help paying for your visit — all are welcome. We offer expert care for people of all ages, from kids to 100+. Our doctors, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, dietitians, behavioral health specialists, and other providers work as a team to care for you. We provide referrals to specialists or other providers if you need a test, treatment, or procedure we do not offer.
Open Path Psychotherapy Collective is a nonprofit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to providing in-office and online mental health care—at a steeply reduced rate—to clients in need.
The PAT Home Visiting program links each family with a Family Support Specialist who visits the parents and children, either in-person or virtually through Zoom, to provide parent and child development education and activities designed to encourage each child’s physical and emotional development. The Family Support Specialist also connects families with resources in the community and supports parents to set realistic goals for their family. Family group connection events are hosted monthly and all parents are invited to join with their children to meet other families in the community and build a positive peer network.
The mission of Postpartum Support International is to promote awareness, prevention and treatment of mental health issues related to childbearing in every country worldwide.
Share the Care Napa Valley supports the health, well-being and independence of older adults throughout Napa County. We offer 3 programs: Yvonne's Front Porch, Stop Falls and De-cluttering.
Aldea Substance Use Disorder services is a program that offers substance use treatment services for Napa County youth in order to reduce the impact of alcohol and drug abuse on our youth, families, schools and communities.
Through Supportive Outreach & Access to Resources (SOAR), Aldea helps people who are experiencing the symptoms of early psychosis to reduce and manage their symptoms so they may succeed in education, careers and relationships.
Teen Council informs, designs and organizes Teens Connect events in schools and the community.
Teen Line provides support, resources, and hope to young people through a hotline of professionally trained teen counselors, and outreach programs that de-stigmatize and normalize mental health.
CHAT (Child Abuse Treatment Program) is designed to provide comprehensive psychotherapy services to children victimized by abuse and/or neglect. The program can extend psychotherapy services for family via referrals to our community partners.
Our mission as The Hero Foundation is to do our part in saving the world in every way we can and to bring love, peace, and prosperity to everyone.
The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning) young people.
Cope Family Center is here to support parents and caregivers through stressful situations and challenging life events so they can raise children who thrive. We offer a variety of parenting education and family support services to help parents and caregivers provide a secure, loving, and healthy home for their children.
UpValley Family Centers provides school based mentoring and linkages to services such as counseling, drug/alcohol prevention education, tutoring, and more. We also run school based clubs at all of the middle and high school campuses in Calistoga and St. Helena.
Working in cooperation with the community, Verity strives to eliminate all forms of violence, with a special focus on sexual assault and abuse. Sexual assault is an unacceptable form of oppression, which is destructive to the lives of the survivors, their families, and their friends. Verity facilitates healing and promotes the prevention of violence by providing counseling, advocacy, intervention, and education in our community.
The mission of the Vintage High School Peer Support Program is to help young people develop into positive healthy adults by training and empowering them as leaders who serve others. We do this by welcoming new students, offering peer counseling/mentoring, helping in the resolution of conflicts, and educating students on topics that affect their lives with the belief that helping others will have a continual positive impact on our school as well as our community at large.
VOICES Napa provides young people aging out of foster care with family-like support, acceptance, and accountability as they set their own goals and pursue them across VOICES’ youth-led core programs: Health and Wellness, Career and Education, and ILP-Independent Living Program.