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.
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.
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.
MHA is the nation's leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promote the overall mental health of all.
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.
NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Teen Council informs, designs and organizes Teens Connect events in schools and the community.
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.
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.
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.