Family Service of Napa Valley will offer the public tours of its new clinical offices at 1700 2nd St. at a ribbon-cutting event on Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. until noon.
The agency has brought all of its Napa-based clinicians under one roof, streamlining their operational efficiency and creating a welcoming space for clients. Their clinicians serving St. Helena and Calistoga remain in their offices at Up Valley Family Resource Center, Calistoga Schools and Ole Health. Administrative offices remain at their current location, 709 Franklin St.
There will be tours and refreshments, with a presentation at 10 a.m. from Rep. Mike Thompson, president of the Board, Kathryn Winter, and Executive Director Rob Weiss. The agency will announce its new name.
Family Service of Napa Valley is Napa County’s oldest nonprofit organization, with 65 year of service. It is the only agency in Napa County that provides bilingual professional mental health services to individuals, couples, and families of every age, stage, and income level, as well as supportive housing for mentally disabled adults.
If you would like to donate to help mental health efforts in Napa Valley, go to their website at www.familyservicenapa.org and click on DONATE button.