SERVICES

Napa County

The Supported Living Program

The Supported Living Program (SLP)

Contact: Claudia Mares at 707-253-2528 ext. 1
Eligibility Requirement: Napa County Resident

The Supported Living Program (SLP) serves individuals with behavioral health issues, assisting them with living independently in the community. Services provided teach and enhance movement toward increased self-sufficiency.

  • Through regular home visits, service providers educate and activate independent living skills including: social services, counseling support, and transportation to medical appointments, coordinated with Napa County Mental Health.
  • Scheduled group meetings cover a range of topics covering: symptom management, medication education, smoking cessation, nutrition and exercise, cooking and grocery shopping, and money management.
  • Supportive mental health rehabilitation services include: assistance with individual needs for problem-solving, conflict resolution, coping skills, medication management, goal setting, access to community activities and services, dual diagnosis services, and health care.
  • Crisis intervention is provided with 24-hour on-call accessibility.

For more information, contact Napa Program Director Claudia Mares at 707-253-2528 ext. 1 or claudiam@buckelew.org.
Buckelew Programs, 1100 Lincoln, Suite 102, Napa, CA 94558

Napa County Resources & Partners

Napa County Health and Human Services

Health and Human Services offers child welfare, alcohol and drug, comprehensive, older adult, mental health, public health, and homeless services.

Community Action of Napa Valley

At Community Action of Napa Valley we believe that no one in our community should live in poverty. Every day we offer local people emergency assistance along with tools and skills to rebuild their lives and fully participate in this amazing community.

The Supported Living Program (SLP)

Contact: Claudia Mares at 707-253-2528 ext. 1
Eligibility Requirement: Napa County Resident

The Supported Living Program (SLP) serves individuals with behavioral health issues, assisting them with living independently in the community. Services provided teach and enhance movement toward increased self-sufficiency.

  • Through regular home visits, service providers educate and activate independent living skills including: social services, counseling support, and transportation to medical appointments, coordinated with Napa County Mental Health.
  • Scheduled group meetings cover a range of topics covering: symptom management, medication education, smoking cessation, nutrition and exercise, cooking and grocery shopping, and money management.
  • Supportive mental health rehabilitation services include: assistance with individual needs for problem-solving, conflict resolution, coping skills, medication management, goal setting, access to community activities and services, dual diagnosis services, and health care.
  • Crisis intervention is provided with 24-hour on-call accessibility.

For more information, contact Napa Program Director Claudia Mares at 707-253-2528 ext. 1 or claudiam@buckelew.org.
Buckelew Programs, 1100 Lincoln, Suite 102, Napa, CA 94558

Napa County Resources & Partners

Napa County Health and Human Services

Health and Human Services offers child welfare, alcohol and drug, comprehensive, older adult, mental health, public health, and homeless services.

Community Action of Napa Valley

At Community Action of Napa Valley we believe that no one in our community should live in poverty. Every day we offer local people emergency assistance along with tools and skills to rebuild their lives and fully participate in this amazing community.