Children & Families

Health

Child and Family Health - A listing of programs and services for families and children available through Public Health Division.

Immunizations - How to access our Public Health Clinic for childhood immunizations; appointment and drop-in schedule.

Seasonal Influenza (The Flu) - Information on protecting against the flu, and getting a free flu vaccine.

Women, Children, and Infants (WIC) - Nutrition education, breastfeeding support, checks for nutritious foods, and referrals to health services for eligible women, infant, and children.

Children Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program - Offers preventative health services that identify and prevent disease and disabilities among low-income children and youth in Napa County.

Mental Health - Services for children, youth and their families who struggle with serious behavioral and mental health issues.

Therapeutic Child Care Center (TCCC) - The TCCC provides enhanced infant-parent mental health services and child development services for children birth to age five.

Perinatal Outreach Education (POE) - Perinatal Outreach Educators (POE) work with the pregnant and parenting community, providing information about community resources and ensuring that our Napa County residents have the tools necessary to access some of these basic resources.

California Children’s Services (CCS) - If your child has a catastrophic or serious medical injury, the CCS program may be able to provide financial assistance for diagnostic and treatment up to age 21.

Medical Therapy Program (MTP) - A cooperative effort between state and local departments of health and education to provide Children with physical handicaps with physical and/or occupational therapy through the Medical Therapy Unit (MTU).

Child Welfare

Resource (Foster or Adoptive) Family - Steps to becoming a resource family. Parenting resources and more.

Parenting Tools - Tips for Parents, Parenting classes, Parenting guide.

Ways to Help - Donating or Volunteering to help children in foster care.

Quality Parenting Initiative (QPI) - An Initiative focused on strengthening foster care, by refocusing on excellent parenting for all children in the child welfare system.

Health Care Program for Children in Foster Care (HCPCFC) - Provide the Child Welfare Division and Juvenile Probation Department with public health nursing expertise in meeting the needs of children in Foster Care.