As California’s leading college success nonprofit, 10,000 Degrees® supports students from low-income backgrounds to and through college.
We serve TAY individuals (Transitional Age Youth) which are aged 16-26. These services target emancipated youth and others who may be displaced.
ACS empowers people to improve their mental health and family functioning, creating a safer and healthier community for all of us.
Aldea Substance Use Disorder services is a program that offers substance abuse prevention treatment services for Napa County youth in order to reduce the impact of alcohol and drug abuse on our youth, families, schools and communities.
Burnett Therapeutic Services (BTS) offers Behavioral and Mental Health Therapy Services for children, youth, adults, couples and families.
A theater for kids + teens
Serving up drama for the young people of Napa Valley
We offer acting opportunities for kids, teens, and schools!
Child Start is committed to the development of the whole child—educationally, socially, and emotionally—through our Head Start/Early Head Start programs and in collaboration with community programs and services that benefit low-income families.
Your one stop shop for sports, fitness, aquatics, camps, classes, picnic reservations and leisure activities for ages birth thru 100 and beyond.
College Made Clear's mission is to make the college selection, application and admissions process easier. College admissions is complex and increasingly competitive. Anne crafts an individualized plan for each student to ensure a stress-free path to college. By appointment only.
The Congregate Dining Program is designed for active seniors that are the age of 60 years and over to promote socialization and community involvement which increases physical and psychological well-being.
The Home-Delivered Meal Program serves meals for seniors age 60 and over and are home-bound and/or unable to shop and cook are eligible to receive Meals on Wheels.
Dana is an education problem solver. If she can't help you, she will refer you to someone who can.
Cope is here to provide the support that young parents need to manage stressful situations and challenging life events so they can raise children who thrive.
Our Family Resource Center provides support and resources for parents and caregivers during difficult times. Staff will connect you with the programs, services, and community resources to help address your concerns and meet your family’s needs.
Inspire girls ages 8 to 13 to be joyful, healthy, caring and confident using the Girls on the Run International research proven life skills curriculum that creatively combines engaging discussion with games and movement. Young girls' self-esteem is built so they stand up for themselves and others.
I provide friendly, supportive, and knowledgeable guidance for high school and college students with planning for college.
KEDS helps children and families in Napa County heal from their exposure to domestic violence and prevent future violence. KEDS is a program of NEWS Domestic Violence and Prevention Services.
We provide resources for any need of any ages. We also provide absolutely free counseling.
Mariposa & Bridging Brothers is a youth development program serving students at many middle and high schools in Napa County. Mariposa & Bridging Brothers is a program of the Napa County Office of Education.
Visit https://www.napabookmine.com/mental-health-wellness-booklists-mentis for mental health and wellness booklists for people of all ages, in English and Spanish.
Dedicated to the emotional health and wellbeing of all Napa County residents, Mentis provides bilingual, affordable mental health services to people of every age and income level.
The Napa County 4-H program promotes hands-on, experiential learning for all youth ages 5-19. 4-H projects are focused around citizenship, healthy living, and STEM.
The Napa County Office of Emergency Services (OES) provides information about emergency preparedness, response and recovery; maintains and updates county emergency plans as needed; and trains the community for disasters.
Comprehensive Services for Older Adults (CSOA), a division within the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA), provides a variety of in-house and co-located programs and services to meet the needs of older adults and people with disabilities throughout our community.
Napa County Library offers many different resources to help teens gain access to information, materials, and experiences for educational or personal enjoyment. In addition to books, media, and other physical materials, dedicated staff is available to education on databases, find needed resources, offer fun activities, provide guidance to volunteers, and book recommendations upon request. Most important to the Teen Librarian is to help teens (and their parents) feel happy and safe using the library and the dedicated teen space.
The Napa County Office of Education serves students and families in Napa County through partnerships with our school districts, and innovative approaches to learning. We provide academic services and enrichment opportunities for students, teachers and the community. Our programs for teens include ACE Middle School After School program, Camille Creek Community School, Foster & Homeless Youth Education Services, Heron Lake Challenge ROPES Course, Safe Routes to School, Mariposa Girl Empowerment program and Tobacco/Vaping Use Prevention Education.
Napa RCD provides a variety of youth programs, from in-school programs and internships to extracurricular volunteer opportunities in the environment and conservation fields. Many opportunities are focused around oak restoration and waterway cleanups.
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.