If you are in a crisis, please call the Napa County Mental Health 24-hour Crisis Line:
The Napa County Suicide Prevention Council supports existing local suicide prevention and stigma reduction efforts. We are working to identify and fill gaps in suicide prevention approaches across the County, as we develop an overarching Suicide Prevention plan that addresses the needs and input of our community. We are in alignment with the State’s Suicide Prevention Strategic Plan, “Striving for Zero” suicides in Napa County.
In Service of Our Community
Suicide Prevention Council members are available to talk with individuals and organizations regarding our activities. We provide presentations and trainings tailored to your needs. We also provide linkage to local support groups and counseling.
Suicide Prevention Council members offer training in the QPR Model to support community members in knowing how to act when you encounter someone in need. Trainings are customized to meet the needs of your group and last about 90 minutes.
Suicide Prevention Council has an ongoing Media Campaign, Suicide Impacts Us All, to raise awareness regarding mental health and suicide prevention. We also promote May is Mental Health Month, Suicide Prevention Month and Survivor’s day.
Join Us at Our Monthly Suicide Prevention Council Meetings
Trainings also take place via Zoom. For more information on the QPR trainings, please contact Carolina Mariposa.
In Proud Partnership
Napa County Suicide Prevention Council is a community partnership including the following organizations. We welcome all individuals and organizations who want to Strive for Zero suicides in Napa County with us.