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Emotional and Mental Health Services for Those Impacted by Wildfires

The fires in Napa County and across Northern California may affect people even if they were not directly impacted.  People and children may be affected just by watching TV news coverage of the disaster. It is common to show signs of stress after exposure to a disaster, and it is important to monitor physical and emotional health.

Free Resources

In person: Go to the Local Assistance Center for mental health services and referrals.

Online: Go to http://www.countyofnapa.org/ and click “Health Information” under Fire Information for bilingual resources about mental health after disasters for adults and children

Call: 1-800-985-5990 for the Disaster Distress Helpline to talk to a mental health professional 24/7 in English or Spanish

Text: The word  “TalkToUs” for English and "Hablanos" for Spanish to the number 66746 to text with a mental health professional

In case of emergency: Call Napa County Mental Health at (707) 253-4711 or 9-1-1