First United Methodist Church 625 Randolph St, Napa, CA94559 Completed during World War I, this downtown landmark represents more than a century and a half of Methodist worship in…More the Napa Valley. For the past decade the church's hall on Fourth and Randolph streets has operated as the Hope Day Center, a daytime drop-in center for Napa's homeless community.
Catholic Charities 1248 Hayes St, Napa, CA94559 This branch of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa focuses its efforts on vulnerable young adults in need,…More young homeless mothers and emancipated foster youths ages 18 to 24. The office recently relocated to Hayes Street, just off Jefferson Street and north of downtown Napa.
Napa Humane P.O.Box 695, Napa, CA94559 Incorporated in 1972, Napa Humane is a non-profit organization that raised the standard of treatment of homeless…More animals. The group is a proponent of companion animals in Napa County and offers an array of services for Napa residents, including a spay/neuter referral service as a first step toward impacting overpopulation. Its mission is "to promote the welfare of companion animals through protection, advocacy, education and example." The organization offers humane education, behavior help, microchipping and adoption services. Its spay and neuter clinic is located on California Avenue.
Superintendent, Napa County Office of Education 2121 Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County Office of Education provides education planning for Napa County and is spearheaded by the leadership of…More Barbara Nemko, Superintendent of Schools. The office of education offers support in a variety of ways which serve the community of Napa, such as Student Services with Regional Occupational Programs; Juvenile Court and Community Schools; School Services with programs such as the Business Education Leadership Project, ed1stop for Teachers, and ed1stop for Families; Business Services division which provides a wide range of services to Napa County school districts and Napa Valley Community College; school and community partnership projects, offering after-school programs and foster and homeless youth programs; state and national projects, such as CalSERVES and California Services for Technical Assistance and Training. Since the first Superintendent was seated in 1855, the Superintendent's Napa County Office has a long history in the community.
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.