The Mental Health Board serves as an oversight committee by reviewing and evaluating the community mental health needs, services, and facilities, and advising the Napa County Mental Health Director and Board of Supervisors as to any aspect of the County’s mental health programs. There are 15 members of the Mental Health Board. The members shall consist of those individuals appointed by the Napa County Board of Supervisors. Terms for each member of the Mental Health Board shall be three years.
The Napa County Mental Health Board holds monthly meetings that are open to the public. Occasionally there are meetings at a different location in the county.