Napa State Hospital Napa State Hospital, Napa, CA94559 The second state hospital in California was built in the 1870s on 192 acres of property from the old Rancho Tulocay land…More grant. Classified as a low- to medium-security facility for mentally disabled patients who have been committed by civil or criminal authorities, the hospital originally maintained a working farm and dairy, but has transferred much of its land to nearby Skyline Wilderness Park. Napa State also has a place in punk-rock history: In 1979, psychobilly group the Cramps played a concert at the hospital for an enthusiastic and unrestrained audience of patients, many of whom jumped onstage with the band; the show was captured on a video that was released commercially in 2004.
Queen of the Valley Hospital Foundation P.O. Box 2069, Napa, CA94559 Queen of the Valley Hospital Foundation was established by Napa residents to ensure good medical care utilizing local…More resources and staff. The foundation offers support for Queen of the Valley Medical Center and sees that it is updated with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. It has raised more than $50 million to date. Thanks to its efforts, Queen of the Valley Hospital was rated one of the top medical centers in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
On the site of the old Carithers department store, the county public defender's office provides legal representation…More for adults and juveniles charged with criminal offenses who are unable to hire private counsel.
The public defender is also charged with staffing the county's juvenile and adult drug courts, defending those who are subject to involuntary commitment petitions,and defending patients at Napa State Hospital.
Napa County Peace Officers Association P.O. Box 216, Napa, CA94558 The NCPOA is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote the science and art of police administration and crime…More prevention. Also supporting its widow and orphan fund, the organization links cooperation between law enforcement agencies. Membership is open to all full-time, permanently employed federal law enforcement officers, state peace officers (CHP, Fish and Game, BNE, ABC, Parole Officers, Arson Investigator for CalFire ,Railroad Police and Napa State Hospital Police), full-time permanently employed attorneys in the Napa DA, full-time permanently employed Napa County Probation Officers, full-time permanently employed peace officers (830.1(a)), full-time permanently employed arson investigators and others. All the above must be assigned to duties in Napa County. Annual fees apply for voting members and associate members. Retired members in good standing receive full membership with no annual fees. Benefits include a death benefit for member beneficiaries. The organization offers scholarships to individuals interested in a career in law enforcement. The Napa County Peace Officers Association was established in July 31, 1950.
7 Eleven 1136 Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 This 7-Eleven is located across the street from the Napa State Hospital. Like other locations of the international…More chain, the store specializes in small groceries, including tobacco products, milk, juice, soda, alcoholic beverages, fruit, sandwiches, chips, forzen foods, ice cream, ice and more. A Red Box is available outside.