Mental Health Case Management and Full Service Partnership for Older Adults


Comprehensive Services for Older AdultsHealth and Human Services Agency


Mental Health Case Management for Older Adults

Mental Health Case Management for Older Adults provides care and consultation to individuals 60 years of age and older who suffer from mental illness. We offer assessment, counseling, placement, conservatorship monitoring and can help locate resources and other senior care related community agencies.
Our Mental Health counselors are available to assess the individual’s problems and needs and develop a comprehensive care plan which involves collaborating with the individual, medical and service providers, board and care operators, Social Security Administration, relatives, friends, and other relevant individuals and/or organizations.

For additional information about our services please contact us: 650 Imperial Way, Suite 101, Napa, CA 94559 (707) 253-3818 8am - 5pm, Monday-Friday except Holidays

Mental Health Emergency Services
If you or someone you know may have a psychiatric or mental health emergency please call:
911 or 707-253-4711
24 hours a day

Older Adult Full Service Partnership

The Older Adult Full Service Partnership Program is designed to support chronically mentally ill, underserved, at-risk adults age 60 years and older.

Program participants may receive:
     housing and employment placement support 
     recovery plans 
     socialization programs 
     referrals to family support groups 
     transitional housing support 
     substance abuse treatment 
     connection to counseling and support groups

Who is eligible?
Napa County residents age 60 and older with a chronic mental illness which interferes with daily living.

Priority will also be given to individuals meeting the following criteria: 
     Latino seniors and other un-served/underserved populations 
     At-risk of out of home placement, institutionalization or homelessness

Do you know someone who might be eligible for our services?
A referral must be submitted and screened for eligibility by a member of our staff. Prospective individuals will be notified if they meet eligibility criteria. A member of our staff will arrange an appointment to meet with the individual or family members, if appropriate, and complete the required enrollment paperwork. 

For additional information about our services please contact us:
900 Coombs Street
Suite 257
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 253-3818
8am - 5pm, Monday-Friday except Holidays