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Napa County Child Protective Services

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Napa County's Department of Child Support Services (CSS) enforces child support court orders. Its goal is to enable parents to be responsible for their children. It helps establish paternity and child and/or medical support orders and enforces or modifies existing court orders. It's located just minutes south of downtown Napa.
2344 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA 94559
(800) 464-4216
  • Accessibility Details: Flat entrance in the front
  • Accessibility Details: Flat surface, street-level
  • Hours: Mon - Fri, 8am - 5pm
  • Hours: Mon - Sat 9am - 6pm; Sun, closed
  • Accessible: yes
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mmdoggie June 13, 2013 at 03:04 am
I'm sorry you had to go through that Mr. Hoff! It's all about the greed. The following is a link toRead More a facebook page Stand Up For Your Rights! https://www.facebook.com/standuponyourrights?ref=hl
Millie Noble Valentine February 2, 2014 at 09:10 am
The four year baby , her blood is on your hands. So stupid
mmdoggie February 25, 2014 at 10:47 am
Let me clarify on my belief. Granted, yes there are parents that don't deserve or should they haveRead More custody of their children. There are truly evil people in this world that should not have their children with them nor should they even have had kids. That being said, there are also parents that should have never had to deal with CPS to start with. They were herded through the system as a means to make profit. The little 3 year old child that was killed recently, unfortunately was one of those cases where CPS was needed. Why weren't they there for that child? This mother had all ready been through their system. Her 18 months were up. There was no more money to be made from this family. If this family hadn't had a case all ready, they would have been there in a heart beat and yanked that child out of the home with the only evidence being hear say. They do it all the time. So ask yourself these few questions. Why didn't they do it this time? What stopped them from doing what needed to be done this time! Why did a judge have to make a court order for CPS to not speak to the media about this family? That is breach of confidentiality and they know it! Now they are concerned with how the public views them? Really! I think it has more to do with their 'cash cow' being in jeopardy! No, the blood of that child are on the hands of the parents and CPS for doing nothing this time round.
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