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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NVUSD Wellness

NVUSD Wellness

Resource Title: NVUSD Wellness
What They Do: The NVUSD Wellness Program is an initiative focused on the health, well-being and academic success of Napa's students and families at 5 school campuses: American Canyon Middle School, Harvest Middle School, Redwood Middle School, and Silverado Middle School and American Canyon High School. Each school site has a Wellness Team comprised of school counselors, school social worker, school psychologist, school nurse & health aid, parent liaison who help students and their families navigate the complex issues in middle school such as stress, trauma, suicide, bullying, depression, self-esteem, and relationships.
Schools: American Canyon Middle School, American Canyon High School, Silverado Middles School, Harvest Middle School, & Redwood Middle School.
How to get connected:
Teens Connect

Teens Connect

Resource Title: Youth Wellness and Prevention Programs
What They Do: Teens Connect supports the mental health and wellness of teenagers in Napa County
Schools: Napa High, Vintage High, New Tech High, American Canyon High, St. Helena High, Robert Louis Stevenson Middle, Harvest Middle, Redwood Middles, Silverado Middle, American Canyon Middle
How to get connected: Follow us on social media @teensconnectnapa, sign up for our e-newsletter, or email our Program Director for more information.
Teens Connect Teen Council

Teens Connect Teen Council

Resource Title: Teen Council Leadership Group
Website Address (Program Specific):
What They Do: Our teen council informs, designs and organizes Teens Connect events in schools and the community
How to get connected: Please email Jeni Olsen, executive director
UpValley Family Centers

UpValley Family Centers


Resource Title: Children, Youth and Schools
Website Address (Program Specific): Children, Youth and Schools
What They Do: 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.
Schools: • St. Helena Elementary School • RLS Middle School • St. Helena High School • Calistoga Elementary School • Calistoga Jr High School • Calistoga High School
How to get connected: • CLARA – Contact Rocio Escobedo at • CLARO – Contact Jose Hernandez at • Calistoga Counseling Services – Contact Zachary Guzik at • St. Helena Counseling Services – Contact Cristina Avina at • St. Helena Tutoring Services – Contact Lenore Davis at • Youth Drug and Alcohol Prevention – Contact Regina Penna at
YOUth Matter

YOUth Matter


Resource Title: News Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Services
What They Do: Healthy relationships coaching that provides support and tools to improve young people’s peer, family, and dating relationships as well as help them navigate difficult situations.
Schools: YOUth Matter is NVUSD Board certified and available to all Middle School and High school youth through their school Wellness Center. Due to limited capacity call or email for more information on availability at your school location.
How to get connected: Call or email for more information