This extension of the Napa County Health and Human Services Agency campus is home to several programs. The offices of…More California Children's Services and the county's Child Health and Disability program are in Building R. The Mental Health Services Act Program is in Trailer P. The county's Self-sufficiency Services office is also here.
Napa County Department of Corrections/County Jail 1125 3rd St, Napa, CA94559 It is the last place in Napa where anyone wants to be, but the Napa County Department of Corrections is the county's…More lockup for every type of offender. Community members bring Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and Bible study classes to inmates.
SERVPRO of Napa County 1370 Trancas St # 304, Napa, CA94558 SERVPRO of Napa County is a mobile service that specializes in fire, smoke and water-damage repairs. The company also…More cleans clothes, rugs, furniture and other services.
Napa County Chiropractic Association 4217 Solano Ave, Napa, CA94558 Napa County Chiropractic Association is a referral service, providing area patients with the names of qualified…More chiropractors. It also coordinates chiropractic seminars. Visit the website for additional information.
Napa County Resource Conservation District 1303 Jefferson St, Napa, CA94559 From a handful of offices on the second floor of a Napa business center, the Napa County Resource Conservation District…More watches over nearly a half-million acres of land comprising virtually all of Napa County and a portion of adjoining Solano County. This non-regulatory organization is charged with promoting voluntary responsible watershed management, a job it's been doing since 1945 through community involvement, education, technical expertise and scientific research.
Napa County Landmarks 1219 1st St, Napa, CA94559 Napa County Landmarks is a non-profit that was incorporated in 1974 and is housed in downtown Napa proper. Its…More mission is to restore rather than replace historic monuments from the city's rich past. The organization sources funding in cooperation with the Napa County Historical Society. Donors include the Mead Foundation, the Community Foundation of Napa Valley and many private sources. The museum and research library are open Thursday to Saturday from noon until 4pm.