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COVID-19 COAD Resources & Needs
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Please enter the services that your agency/department is currently providing During SPECIFIC to the COVID-19 RESPONSE Please enter the primary function of your organization in the COVID-19 ResponsePlease enter the COAD Representative for your agency/departmentPlease enter title of COAD RepresentativePlease enter phone number of COAD RepresentativePlease enter email of COAD RepresentativePlease enter the email address of your agency/department
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Abode Services
Housing and HomelessnessMeals for South Napa Shelter and Day Center and for Winter ShelterHomeless Shelter and Outreach servicesWendi MooreVolunteer Coordinator707-656-7600wmoore@abodeservices.orghttp://www.abodeservices.org
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Adventist Health St. HelenaHealthcareEmergency care, pharmacy, community partnerships to address top priorities and needs.Karla NewtonCommunity Health Manager707-363-3589NewtonKS@ah.orghttps://www.adventisthealth.org/st-helena/
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Aldea Children & Family ServicesSocial Services and Behavioral Health Services for children and familiesAldea Family Support and Mental Health Wellness line 707-543-1152Diana GriffinDirector of Operations707-363-2625dgriffin@aldeainc.orgwww.aldeainc.org
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American Canyon Family Resource CenterFamily Support ServicesSherry TennysonDirector707-363-0058sherry@americancanyonfrc.orghttp://americancanyonfrc.org
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Arts Council Napa Valley
Connect, advocate and lead the arts
community county-wide. Work to
benefit the entire community with a
more sustainable, accessible and
quality local arts scene.
Crysta TimPrograms & Administration Associate707-257-2117crysta@artscouncilnv.orgcrysta@artscouncilnv.org
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Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-CurryAssistance with state government agenciesTracy KrumpenProgram Supervisor/E&O Coord.707-224-0440tracy.krumpen@asm.ca.gova04.asmdc.org
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Bay Area Legal Aid
Legal ServicesProviding legal services remotely Providing legal services, prioritizing by legal issueKristi LesnewichManaging Attorney707-603-1373klesnewich@baylegal.orghttps://baylegal.org
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley
Children and youth Providing afternoon snack and supper at two locations in Napa & American Canyon. Only avialable for youth 18 years and younger. Jaime GallegosArea Director707-338-9612jaime@thepositiveplace.orghttp://www.thepositiveplace.org
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California Hope (INACTIVE)
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California Human DevelopmentFarmworker Services & Workforce DevelopmentWill be providing Disaster Recovery(Dislocated Worker Grant)Disaster relief employment and Employment & training activities.Norma GarciaSpecial Programs Manager707-253-4648 norma.garcia@cahumandevelopment.orghttps://californiahumandevelopment.org
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California Office of Emergency Services
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Calistoga Affordable Housing (CAH)Advocates for and develops housing that is affordable for our communityLarry KromannPresident of CAH707 299-7073lgkromann@msn.comhttp://calistogaaffordablehousing.org
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Calistoga RotaryService OrganizationScott CooperRotary Club President707-889-0901scott@calgreenlending.comhttp://calistogarotary.org
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Calistoga Unified School District
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Catholic Charities of Santa RosaSocial services to the most vulnerableCalfresh Assistance application via telephone Disaster Preparedness and Calfresh applicationsRosa Maria HammarProgram Manager707-890-0211rhammar@srcharities.orghttps://www.srcharities.org/
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Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit LeadershipNon-profits & VolunteerismRecruiting volunteers, helping other nonprofits recruit volunteers, matching "on call" volunteers with roles requested by the EOC and nonprofitsJim TomlinsonCVNL Napa, Manager707.252.6222jtomlinson@cvnl.orghttps://cvnl.org/
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Child Start, Inc.preschool and infant toddler care; home visiting and Raising A Readerwellness calls with all families; emergency food, diaper, formula delivery Debbie PeralezExecutive Director707-738-4806dperalez@childstartinc.orghttps://childstartinc.org
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Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints
Napa Stake
http://www.dranetwork.org/
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Citizenship Legal Services
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City of American Canyon
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City of Calistoga
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City of Napa Senior CenterMunicipal GovernmentWellness calls; City of Napa functions; resourcesLinda ButttonRecreation Coordinator707-255-1800www.cityofnapa.org
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City of St Helena
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Collabria CareHospice, Palliative Care, Adult Day health Care, Designated Alzheimer’s Resource Center,Designated Information & Assistance Provider for older adults Napa County, Caregiver Support, bereavement, UpValley Village programCeline Regalia

Mercedes Ontiveros
Director of Operations

Human Resources Manager
707-258-9080

707-815-7797
cregalia@collabriacare.org

montiveros@collabriacare.org
https://collabriacare.org
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Community Action of Napa Valley - CAN-V
Food Bank, Senior Nutrition, Tobacco Education, Early Child DevelopmentShirley KingFood Bank Director707-363-1471sking@can-v.orgwww.canv.org
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Community Health Initiative Napa CountyImprove access to health care services through health insurance enrollment, education, advocacy and resource support. Health insurance enrollment: Medi-Cal, Covered California, Individual Family Plans, MedicareElba Gonzalez-MaresExecutive Director707-299-8105elbagonzalez@napachi.orgwww.napachi.org
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Community Resources for ChildrenAdvocates, facilitates, and promotes the development of quality early learning environments and experiences for children at home, in child care, in preschool, and throughout the community. Supporting childcare providers, both in centers and family child care homes. Helping families find childcare. Supporting families needing help paying for childcare.Supporting childcare providers so that they can continue serving families, prioritizing health care staff and essential workersEva SimonssonDirector of Communications, Outreach and Public Relations707-225-2678esimonsson@crcnapa.orginfo@crcnapa.org and www.crcnapa.org
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Congressman Mike Thompson Advocate and facilitate communication with federal agencies Access to information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, travel restrictions and changes to federal services Maira Ayala-Calderon District Representative (707) 226-9898maira.ayala@mail.house.gov https://mikethompson.house.gov/
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Congregation Beth Shalom
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Cope Family CenterFamily Resource Center - Emergency Aid, Crisis Intervention, Parent Education, Case ManagementContinue to offer all services remotely including family resource center, resource and referral. Michele GrupeExecutive Director707-252-1123 ext. 117mgrupe@copefamilycenter.orghttps://www.copefamilycenter.org
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CrossWalk ChurchCommunity-based ChurchSpiritual care through virtual services and smaller group meetings. 1-1 Pastoral Care virtual/phone meetings are also available. Food Pantry; Space to safely/spaciously assemble grab-n-go bags for unsheltered population if necessary. Shelter if needed. Spiritual Care and Food. On call for sheltering first responders infected with COVID-19.Pete Shaw and Darlene ValenciaSenior Pastor707-226-1812Pete@CrosswalkNapa.org and Dar@CrossWalkNapa.orginfo@CrossWalkNapa.org. www.CrossWalkNapa.org
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David Aten Events
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di Rosa Center for Contemporary art.Contemporary Center for the ArtsTony PellegriniDirector of Operations707-287-2227tony@dirosaart.orghttp://www.dirosaart.org
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Disability Services and Legal CenterIndependent Living Center- provides Community Resources and assistance with Social Security issues for those with disabilities transitional youth and seniorsAssistance with Season of Sharing Applications/Provide Community resources/support throughout Napa CountyReferral to financial assistance programs & information sources related to COVID-19 in NapaVictor HurtadoIndependent Living Advocate707-258-0272victor@mydslc.orghttp://mydslc.org/
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Disaster Responder Assets Network, Inc.Disaster preparedness for civilians, resources and assistance to emergency responders pre, during, and post disaster.Nathan SchlitzExecutive Director707-200-3765Nathan@dranetwork.orghttp://www.dranetwork.org/
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Estate at Yountvillehotel and hospitalityDavid MartinHuman Resource Manager707-812-8160dmartin@theestateyountville.com
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Fair Housing Napa ValleyFHNV promotes fairness and equal housing opportunities. We provide comprehensive counseling, educational, enforcement, investigative and referral services for the following programs: Fair Housing, Landlord/Tenant, Mobile Home Park related matters and Disaster relief/recover support for the community.Staff will be available to assist residents via phone and email. Our website and social media will provide resources and updates.Pattie James707-224-9720 EXT. 103pattie@napafairhousing.orginfo@napafairhousing.org
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Feeding It ForwardSafety Net Food Committee (chair) & Persiahble food recoveryFood recovering and delivering donated fresh food to programs fighting hunger in Napa County. Donations are distributed to the organizations based upon their needs, storage capacity, appropriateness for their clientele, and other factors.David BusbyChair707-337-1867dbusby@fifnv.orghttps://fifnv.org/
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First 5 Napa CountyFunder; supports early childhood system in Napa CountyEmergency funding 0-5; support for childcare and mental healthJoelle GallagherExecutive Director707-738-7108joelle@first5napa.orgjoelle@first5napa.org; www.first5napa.org
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Girls on the Run Napa & SolanoSocial, emtional & physical health for girlsSocial, emtional & physical health support for girls & families at home. Community support via soical media.Janet ToddExecutive Director707-280-5664janet@GOTRNapaSolano.orgGOTRNapaSolano.org
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Grace Episcopal Church - St HelenaChurchServices online; spiritual support for all in our database and those who join our enews. Campus closed; available for emergency response.Grant ShowleyJunior Church Warden707-480-8849grant@sthms.org
ggshowley@aol.com
www.grace-episcopa.org
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HALTER Project
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Holy Assumption MonasteryWomen's monastery/miscellaneous help to those whom God brings to usMother MelaniaAbbess707-942-6244 mother.melania@gmail.comhttps://holyassumptionmonastery.com
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Housing Authority of the City of NapaAffordable housing programsLark FerrellHousing Manager707-257-9547lferrell@cityofnapa.orghttps://www.cityofnapa.org/176/Housing-Division
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Howell Mountain School District
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Information and Assistance- (Collabria Care Program for Seniors)Senior Information and Assistance program- (Serve seniors 60 and up by connecting them to local resources in the community, brief case management for seniors who may not qualify for other case management programs, and matching caregivers to seniors through the caregiver referral registry program)We will continue to answer the senior information and assistance phone line (707) 253-4248, share information and resources with seniors that will support them maintaining their independence in the home during COVID-19 such as food, transportation, delvery service operations etc. Tiffanie WalkerInfo and Assist Program Manager707-253-4248Tiffanie.Walker@countyofnapa.orghttps://collabriacare.org/
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Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch
Animal Rescue and supporting older adults with their pets 1. Provide referral to Napa Food Bank - Napa County Resident is able to “drive up”, and pick up pet food at 1766 Industrial Way, Napa, CA 94558,
Monday – Friday 7:30am – 2:30pm only. Shirley King (707) 253-6128
Currently Jameson, through its Valley wide food collection program outside of 8 locations up and down the valley, is providing all the cat + dog kibble to the Napa Food Bank. Brenda just dropped of 1000 # of donated food, yesterday.
2. Provide pet food to the guardians who cannot afford to buy food - Individual is not able to afford food for their pets. Through a grant, Jameson will purchase a months’ worth of food for their dog and/or cat from chewy.com and have it shipped directly to the individual.
3. Provide Delivery /drop service to a Napa County resident unable to pick up their pet’s food from their vet, Napa Food Bank, etc
For any of these services, please contact Jameson’s helpline, 7 days a week, 707.927.3536 / email – helpinganimals@jamesonrescueranch.org
Monica Stevens /Brenda BurkeCoFounder, CEO / Manager for Community Outreach and Partnerships707.815.8153 / 707.322.4563monica@jamesonrescueranch.org http://www.jamesonanimalrescueranch.org
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Leadership Napa Valley (Class 33)Food & Supply Donation DriveOur volunteer team is safely acquiring food & supply donations and delivering to residents living at Napa Valley Community Housing (NVCH) properties. This is to meet immediate needs and this drive is active Monday, March 23 to Friday, March 27. We are open to extending this project and/or expanding the reach in the community if there is a need."Bailie" Heather BailieTeam Leader415-420-8339coach.h.bailie@gmail.comhttps://forms.gle/Jf6qPMNm2UvJRTEE8
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MentisMental health services to people of all ages, stages, and income levels throughout Napa County. Offer mental health counseling/therapy, case management and residential programs in English and Spanish.Accepting new clients, bilingual Intake for services(ages 10-99), 707-255-0966 X 132 Older Adults (60+): providing a warm, support line in English 299-1885 and Spanish 299-1884 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Any messages left will be returned as soon as possible. Students(middle school to college) continuing mental health therapy via telephone/video. New clients being accepted for mental health treatment, Call 707-255-0966 X 132 for intake, all ages 10-99. Case Management for supported housing programs.Rob Weiss
Liz Marks
Executive Director Development Director707-591-1727
707-337-9929
rweiss@mentisnapa.org
lmarks@mentisnapa.org
https://mentisnapa.org
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Molly's AngelsSenior support servicesTransport to medical appoints that are necessary (cancer/dialysis)Telephone reassurance/ grocery dropsTransport, telephone check inJulia OrrDirector818-471-7573/7072251037Julia@mollysangels.com
www.mollysangels.com
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MomSquad Napa Valley (aka MotherEd)Offers mental health/peer support to expectant women and their partners from conception through the first two years after bringing baby home to attenuate the impact of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Peer support group via Zoom every Friday 10am-12pm. Wellness tools via Instagram/Facebook @napamomsquad. Postpartum Support International Coordinator for Napa County- PSI Helpline: 1-800-944-4773, #1 En Espanol or #2 English OR TEXT:
English: 503-894-9453, Español: 971-420-0294
Peer support and resource linkage for expecting and new moms related to maternal mental health.Jennifer Hampton, LCSWCo-founder707-690-0745; 707-492-5794 napamomsquad@gmail.comwww.napamomsquad.org
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Moving Forward Towards Independence
Provide Independent Living SkillsSirena DomecusPresident Napa CART707-260-5832SirenaD@moving-forward.orghttp://www.moving-forward.org
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Moxie
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Napa CARTAssisting animal component of disaster responseAssisting organization of pet related messaging and servicesClaudia SonderVice President
President
707-227-8973Claudia@napacart.orghttps://www.napacart.org
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Napa Communities Firewise FoundationFire safety awareness, education and
mitigation. Supports neighborhood
Firewise Councils.
Paula Brooks
Christopher Thompson
Council Chair707-337-5743Cthompson@napafirewise.org
Paula@cookbrooks.com
https://napafirewise.org/
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Napa Community SDA Church
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Napa Couny Emergency Services
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Napa County HHS/Public HealthDistrict Manager
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Napa County IHSS Public AuthorityRegistry of caregivers for IHSS Recipients. Provider enrollment for IHSS recipients. IHSS applications and assessment.Registry of caregivers for IHSS Recipients. Provider enrollment for IHSS recipients. IHSS applications and assessment.Casey RockwoodAging and Disability Program Manager(707)253-4867casey.rockwood@countyofnapa.orgIHSSPublicAuthority@countyofnapa.org
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Napa County Local Food Advisory CouncilAdvises the Agricultural Commissioner and Board of Supervisors on issues related to developing and promoting a sustainable local food system in Napa County. David LaylandDirector, Communications and Special Projects707-227-2254dnlayland@comcast.nethttps://www.countyofnapa.org/1344/Napa-Local-Food-Advisory-Council
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Napa County Office of Education - NCOENCOE is a public agency that provides academic services and enrichment opportunities for students, teachers and the community, as well as critical business services for school districts.Communicating to the public regarding school closures and no cost meals provided by school districts to students. Serving as a communication hub for both public and private schools in Napa County.Seana Wagner707-265-2351swagner@napacoe.orgnapacoe.org
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Napa County Public Information Office
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Napa County Resource Conservation DistrictNatural resource conservation
technical and finanical assistance.
(e.g. erosion control and vegetation
management
Lucas Patzek707-690-3119Lucas@napacrd.org
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Napa County Sheriff's OfficeExecutive Director
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Napa Farmers MarketNapa County's largest, year-round farmers' market. We provide a a variety of food assistance programs.Senior Hour 8 a.m. - 9 a.m. Food Assistance: CalFresh Market Match doubles food benfits for fresh produce. Fresh food donations are collected and delivered to the Napa Food Bank and other organizations providing food assistance every market day. WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program check will be available/accepted May - November.Essential business: community access to fresh, local food.Cara Mae Wooledge, MPH(707) 337-5269napafmmanager@gmail.comwww.napafarmersmarket.org
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Napa Humane
Animal WelfareResource and Referral. Communications. Animal welfare coordination. May have funds available to assist pet owners who have been financially affected by shelter at home order.Wendi PisciaExecutive Director707-255-8118 x 201wpiscia@napahumane.orghttps://napahumane.org
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Napa Interfaith CounselingSpiritually integrated psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families.Counseling services available by phone and HIPAA compliant online video conferencing.Spiritual, emotional and psychological support.Timothy Locke, Ph.D.Pastoral Counselor707-927-4488tlocke@foursprings.orgwww.napacounseling.org
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NapaLearnsWe fund innovations in teaching and learning using technology in Napa County public schoolsWe can advise on the use of technology for learning. We also have a library of resources for parents who are home schooling.Peg Maddocks408-802-6127peg@napalearns.orghttps://www.napalearns.org/
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Napa SanitationWastewater TreatmentWe will continue to provide wastewater treatment services and respond to all emergency calls. Director of Philanthropic Services
VP of Philanthropic Services
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Napa State Hospital
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Napa Valley CanDoConnects, inspires and empowers neighbors to take action through volunteerism.CanDo will help create systems to coordinate volunteer efforts as they arise.See prev. field.hilary ZuninPresident707.252.7743hzunin@gmail.comwww.nvcando.org (under reconstruction)
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Napa Valley College
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Napa Valley Community FoundationFunder and ConvenerRejane Brito
Julia DeNatale
707-254-9565 ext 22
707-254-9565 ext 16
rejane@napavalleycf.org
julia@napavalleycf.org
https://www.napavalleycf.org
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Napa Valley Education FoundationK-12 Education Support and ProgramsRaising funds to support mental health services in Napa schoolsMaking student metnal health a priorityJennifer Stewart Kristin AndersonExecutive Director Director of Programs707-363-2933 707-337-9716jennifer.stewart@nvef.org kristin.anderson@nvef.orgwww.nvef.org
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Napa Valley Lutheran ChurchWorshipping CongregationStaying in touch via email, FB, website, phone calls and notesKeeping the community connected; reaching out to seniors and others that are isolatedCindy BeckPastor916-955-9861cbeck6012@gmail.com
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Napa Valley Museum
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Napa Valley New Deal
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Napa Valley Transportation AuthorityVine Transit OperatorChristina L. Lee
Matt Wilcox
Associate Director of Industry Issues707-253-4599
707-259-8635
clee@nvta.ca.gov
mwilcox@nvta.ca.gov
www.nvta.ca.gov
www.vinetransit.com
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Napa Valley Unified School DistrictK-12 EducationWe are providing distance learning modules for all students, distribution of food (breakfast and lunch), and bringing other support services online.K-12 LearningMike MansuyDirector of Student Services707-331-4779mmansuy@nvusd.orgmmansuy@nvusd.org
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Napa Valley VintnersTrade organization for Napa Valley wineriesMichelle NoviPresident707-968-4206mnovi@napavintners.comhttps://napavintners.com
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Napa Wildlife RescueWildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation and ReleaseWe are maintaining our normal services - we are considered an essential service - with reduced staff to maintain distancing. Normal disinfecting has been extended to people only surfaces e.g. door knobs. Since we are a hospital, disinfecting is routine. Training is being conducted digitally. Our Hawkline, is also being manned for regular hours, from work at home locations.John ComiskyPastor908-295-4474qualjohn@hotmail.comwww.napawildliferescue.org
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New Life TabernacleChurchTimothy BledsoeNEWS Program Director530-370-2134timothybledsoe@gmail.comwww.newlifenapa.com
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NEWSDomestic Violence & Sexual Abuse Advocacy ServicesThe NEWS Bilingual Help Line is available 24/7 at 707-255-6397. Advocates are available to help victims of Domestic Viiolence and Sexual Abuse with safety planning and resources via phone and email. info@napanews.orgShea Hunter707-252-3687
Help Line 707-255-6397
sheah@napanews.org
info@napanews.org
https://www.napanews.org
info@napanews.org
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Nimbus Arts - St Helena
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North Bay Regional CentersCommunications Director
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OLE Health Primary medical care, dental care,
non-emergency, behavioral health, nutrition, pharmacy
We've gone through a complete service paradigm shift for this COVID-19 event and have transitioned our patient visits to primarily telehealth (telephone & video visits between patients and providers); our pharmacy services remain open at Pear Tree Lane and South Napa Campus with curbside service (no one allowed in the building); we provide mental health/behavioral health telehealth services to patients, also; we continue to see homeless patients one day a week at the South Shelter for primary care and dental care; We are also coordinating with other local organizations for FREE FOOD PICKUPS at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley on select Fridays (promoted on our social media), as well as continuing our regular monthly free Fruits & Veggies Day Give-Away events the 3rd Friday of each month at our 1141 Pear Tree Lane location in Napa at 1 p.m.; most of our communications on social media, our website and in patient text messaging is bilingual (English & Spanish)Continuing to provide primary care to our patients via telehealth; and "essential" visits in-person at our South Napa Campus, our St. Helena clinic, and our Fairfield clinics; we have temporarily consolidated/closed our Calistoga location and our County Campus & Pear Tree Lane locations in Napa; we are front-line screening all patients with COVID screening questions and temperature checks if they present in person and screening questions & phone referrals for calls, referring to public health for COVID tests (we are not conducting COVID tests at OLE)Jennifer ChurchillDirector of Communications989-506-6716 (cell)jchurchill@olehealth.orghttp://www.olehealth.org
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On The MovePartners with communities and mobilizes emerging leaders to take action in pursuit of social equity. Initiatives include: LGBTQ Connection, VOICES Youth Center, Innovations Community Center, Neighborhood Initiative and On The Verge. • Emergency Financial Assistance (EFA) services are available for people living in Napa County whose income is below 120% AMI and who are not able to access other public benefits.

• Staff are supporting community members with benefit enrollment and applications to other safety net services. This support is offered in English and Spanish.

• VITA Tax Preparation Services have been moved to virtual platforms and are continuing in an effort to support low income community members file and access tax returns.

• The VOICES Drop-In Center in open for transition-age youth. Services include: resource and referral services; social/emotional support; access to food support; and health & wellness and sanitization coaching.

• LGBTQ Connection is providing virtual coaching and support to LGBTQ persons. Additionally, tele-therapy appointments are available.

• The Innovations Community Center located in Napa is open and available for adults with mental health concerns. Drop-in services include: resource and referral services; to drop-in and access peer-to-peer counselling services; access to food and health & wellness and sanitization coaching.
Alissa Abdo707-251-9432alissa@onthemovebayarea.orghttps://www.onthemovebayarea.org
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Pacific Gas & Electric
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ParentsCANFamily Resource Center providing information, resources and support to families of children with special needs.Info Webpage: https://parentscan.org/resources-for-covid-19/ *Call line for Information and Available Resources, English and Spanish M-F between hours of 9:00am-1:00pm. *Phone and Viirtual Parenting Support: *Activities and Supplies Mailed for Children, including Children with Special NeedsGladys LopezParent Advocate7072537444Gladysl@parentscan.orghttps://parentscan.org
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Pope Valley School District
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Puertas Abiertas CRCSocial Services, Educational Programs, Counseling Services (Health & Wellness), Community Outreach, and Legal Navigation, among other services. All services are provided in English, Spanish, and Tagalog.Unemployment, Season of Sharing, and Emergency Aid Blanca Huijon External Relations Liasion707-287-7678blanca@puertasabiertasnapa.orghttp://www.puertasabiertasnapa.org
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Red CrossPreparedness, Mass Care/Sheltering, Feeding, Distribution of emergency supplies, RecoveryLimited Mass Care/Sheltering, Distribution of Emergency Supplies, Recovery, Limited FeedingHeidi PaulExective Director707-333-8891heidimpaul@gmail.comhttp://www.redcross.org/local/California/northern-california-coastal/chapters
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Rianda House Senior Activity Center (UpValley)Weekly enrichment classes, congregate meals, caregiver support, counseling, and social activites for individuals 50 - 101 years old.Reasurance calls, resource referrals, virtural learning and social connections. Volunteer team. To request any of these services, share referrals or reqeust resources call: (707) 963-8555, ext. 101. Web page with COVID-19 resource links for UpValley older adults (https://riandahouse.org/community_information). Amplyfing COAD message via email balst to 1,000+ community members.Identify at-risk seniors (needs and challenges) and connect these individuals to community resources.Julie SpencerExective Director(707) 963-8555, ext. 105 / (707) 978-0586 (cell) julie@riandahouse.orgwww.riandahouse.org
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Rutherford Grange and Community HallOrganization that encourages families to band together to promote the economic well-being of the community and agriculture.Location for food storage, packing, distribution mid Napa Valley. Organization partners and supporters include Rutherford Dust Society, Rutherford Fire Department, Rutherford 4-H.Food and other essential needs. Offer storage and distribution of food, identification of vulnerable population and volunteers in community. Tish WagnerPresident707-225-7223tishwagner@gmail.comhttp://www.rutherfordhall.com
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Salvation ArmyFeeding program M-F 11:30am-12:30pm, provide meals to south shelter, food boxes and social servicesPaul Fields Culinary Director 707-337-0443paul.fields@usw.salvationarmy.org
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ServPro Napa ValleySpecializing in water, fire, mold cleanup and restoration. Bio cleanup as well.Perform a proactive cleanup that involves facility or structure cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing due to COVID-19 outbreak.Todd SeidmanSNHFH Treasurer707-981-1919tseidman@servpro9542.comwww.servpro.com
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SF CARDTerritory Manager