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Napa Emergency Women's Services
1141 Pear Tree Ln Ste 220, Napa, CA 94558
The Napa Emergency Women's Services is a non-proft organization that serves the women of the county of Napa. Women whoMore suffer from domestic violence and sexual abuse find in NEWS a safe and nurturing environment. The center has a 24-hour emergency service taking calls offering emergency shelter. The organization was launched in 1981 by community members who saw a crisis in the community for abused women, who at the time were often taken in at each of their homes for shelter. The center's vital programs wouldn't be possible today without the valuable work of its volunteer base.
Freeman & Freeman
810 Brown St, Napa, CA 94559
Freeman & Freeman is a law firm with several offices throughout California. The firm consists of three attorneys whoMore specialize in a variety of legal matters that include automobile accidents, criminal defense, elder abuse, animal attacks, medical malpractice, injuries, construction defects, and professional malpractice. For more details on their legal services, please call the number provided or visit their comprehensive website. 
Cope Family Center
1340 4th St, Napa, CA 94559
The Cope Family Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering and helping families through child abuseMore prevention, parent education and self-sufficiency services. Its programs include workshops in home visitation, family resource center, family economic success and parent education, among others. The center is open to Napa County residents.
3 Angels Children & Family Services
1130 1st St, Napa, CA 94559
Located on the second floor of the historic Gordon Building in downtown Napa, 3 Angels Children & Family ServicesMore helps families throughout the Bay Area. Founded by the McQueeney family in 2008, this nonprofit works with foster children who have been removed from their birth families because of abuse, neglect or calamity.
Napa County Health and Human Services Agency
2344 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA 94559
At its Old Sonoma Road campus, the county provides a panorama of services for residents of all ages. Child welfare,More comprehensive services for older adults and substance-abuse programs are among HHSA's many offerings.
Volunteer Center of Napa Valley
1820 Jefferson St, Napa, CA 94559
The Volunteer Center of Napa Valley is a non-profit organization that connects people with others in need in the NapaMore community. The organization's recruitment program coordinates volunteers and assigns individuals and groups to various projects. It has become a single point-of-contact for matching volunteers to charitable projects and non-profits throughout the community. Some of the programs designed for individuals above 35 years of age include disaster relief, sexual assault, services for seniors and elder abuse. The Volunteer Center of Napa Valley was established in 1974.
Wolfe Center
2310 1st St, Napa, CA 94559
Wolfe Center is a substance abuse prevention and treatment program that was established in 2003. It has been helpingMore families cope with alcohol addiction and offers programs for teens in school. Programs include school-based prevention and treatment groups, early prevention programs, intensive all-day and after-school treatment programs and tattoo removal. Assessments are free, and the Center offers bilingual services as well as houses Wolfe High School for teens in level three category of need.
Williams Liz LCSW
575 Lincoln Ave, Napa, CA 94558
Williams Liz is a therapist that encompasses compassionate therapy and addresses mental, physical and spiritual elementsMore of well being as a whole. She works primarily with patients dealing with past trauma, relationship issues, depression and bipolar disorders, anxiety, grief and loss, substance abuse, pain management and self-esteem. To help eliminate roadblocks in people's lives, she employs methods, such as cognitive therapy and psychodynamic therapy that explores one's defenses and early reactions. She uses relaxation techniques to relieve somatic symptoms, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing for phobia resolution and psychoeducation for coping skills. Most insurances are accepted.
Edu-Safe Associates
P.O. Box 10338, Napa, CA 94581
Edu-Safe Associates is a full-service safety training and investigative services company based in Napa. Led byMore Albert Bahn, a licensed private investigator, the company offers numerous services such as personal safety training, mediation work and investigative work. Bahn's background was as a police sergeant, history teacher and school administrator. The company provides safety training programs for children, adults and schools that include seminars on internet safety, gangs, cultural issues and substance abuse. Call the number provided for more information or to speak with an associate about seminars or services.
Salvation Army
590 Franklin St, Napa, CA 94559

Although the downtown Napa's Salvation Army thrift store is gone for good, the mission at the corner of Franklin andMore Randolph streets still holds regular worship services, Bible study and specialized classes for women, children and teens. 

Currently the Napa Corps operates much-needed programs for community members in need. The Napa Corps’ signature program is a five-day a week free lunch program. Community members in need can go to The Salvation Army in Napa for a free lunch Monday through Friday. This program has seen an increase in attendance due to the current economic climate. On some days, the program feeds more than 70 people a day. 

The Salvation Army also runs numerous Youth programs, including summer camping opportunities and musical training.  They also operate an Emergency Disaster response canteen, and the Napa team responds to local emergencies when called upon by serving hot meals and cold drinks to first responders and survivors.    

Major Neil Saunders, a fourth-generation Salvation Army Officer, brings more than 52 years of Salvation Army experience to his Napa appointment. 

The great-grandfather of Major Saunders was one of the Officers who commenced the work of The Salvation Army in Australia and eventually New Zealand. 

Major Saunders’ last appointment was as General Secretary for the Adult Rehabilitation Center. He oversaw the communications and overall functions of 26 substance abuse treatment centers within the Western Territory of The Salvation Army, a large and coveted appointment. 

He has also spent many of his service years in third world countries.   He has served in the Bahamas, Jamaica and Chile and helped rebuild homes in earthquake-stricken Haiti.

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