Napa County offers a variety of services for people who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless. Services are coordinated by The Mayors’ Housing and Homeless Services Policy Council and the Napa Continuum of Care.
There are several shelters operating within Napa County, including two year-round homeless shelters, the Samaritan Family Shelter and the South Napa Shelter. There is also an Emergency Shelter and a homeless resource center in Napa called The Hope Center. All three shelters and the Hope Center are operated, under contract with the County of Napa, by Community Action Napa Valley. Funding for the shelters and the resource center is supplied in large part by area cities and the County of Napa.
The Hope Center
The Hope Center provides basic services to homeless individuals. It also serves as an entrance point for all three homeless shelters.
1301 Fourth Street in Napa
Open seven days a week
Samaritan Family Shelter
The Samaritan Family Center provides temporary shelter for families with children. Persons needing help must register at the Hope Center (see above).
2521 Old Sonoma Road in Napa
South Napa Shelter
The South Napa Shelter is a clean and sober shelter for individuals 18 years and older. Persons needing help must register at the Hope Center (see above).
100 Hartle Court in Napa
The Winter Shelter is open from mid-November through mid-April. Individuals seeking shelter must register at the Hope Center (see above).
Call (707) 259-8133
The Mayor’s Housing and Homeless Services Policy Council
The Mayor’s Housing and Homeless Services Policy Council consists of representatives from the cities of Napa County, as well as representatives from Napa County. The Council is charged with developing consistent regional policies around housing and homeless services that support the Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness and the activities of the Napa Continuum of Care.
Napa Continuum of Care
The Napa Continuum of Care is a consortium of non-profit, faith-based and government agencies that supply homeless services to the population of Napa County. The Continuum of Care’s activities are guided by a steering committee, the members of which are selected from the member agencies.