Queen of the Valley Medical Center 1000 Trancas St, Napa, CA94558 For more than half a century, "the Queen" has been caring for Napans from birth to death. A Catholic, nonprofit…More affiliate of the St. Joseph Health System, Queen of the Valley was built by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange in 1957 and has been updated over the years to include a Level III trauma center, helipad, cancer center and other services.
Tulocay Cemetery, Funeral Home & Crematory 411 Coombsville Rd, Napa, CA94558 Tulocay provides all the services required upon someone's death. These include documentation, cremation or burial,…More embalming and transportation. There is a chapel and viewing room with seating areas, and a sprawling cemetery for burial. Tulocay will walk grieving family members step-by-step through their difficult time.
Napa Valley Community Housing 5 Financial Plz Ste 200, Napa, CA94558 Napa Valley Community Housing is a nonprofit organization that offers affordable housing options for low-income…More families. NVCH has been developing properties and providing housing for families since 1978. Many people become homeless through no fault of their own. An illness, a death in the family, divorce or a layoff can alter their circumstances, and they find themselves out on the street and unable to find a safe and affordable home. This is where the housing agency steps in. There are strict guidelines to qualify, and once you qualify, the waiting list for housing is long. But available properties do pop up, so it's well worth the effort.