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We encourage you to write to your child while they are housed in our facility. Youth may receive an unlimited amount of incoming mail. All letters and cards must go through the United States Postal Service. Please remember to include a complete return address. Youth may not receive mail from other jails, prisons, or juvenile facilities or individuals whom the court has specifically ordered them not to associate with.
All mail is opened and inspected for contraband; any inappropriate letters will be returned to sender. Envelopes with extraneous figures, markings, or writing will be returned to sender. Please address the envelope as follows:
Youth’s full name212 Walnut StreetNapa CA 94559
For any further questions, contact us at 707-253-4431.
Yes, youth may write an unlimited amount of letters. Materials will be provided for writing and sending letters. All outgoing mail may be inspected by staff for contraband.
During booking, each youth will be allowed to make three(3) telephone calls at no cost. One to a parent or guardian, one to an employer and one to an attorney. A Juvenile Hall Counselor will give the youth their own account number that will allow them to call telephone numbers authorized by their Probation Officer. The youth will need to be a group level one or two and ask staff permission to use the telephones on the unit. All calls on the unit telephones are recorded. A youth may request a non-recorded telephone call to speak with their attorney. For any further questions, contact us at 707-253-4431.
Yes. Each youth is allowed two one hour visits per week with parents, legal guardians or grandparents who have been approved by the probation officer. Please review the Visitation Hours and Guidelines before making plans to visit the facility. For any further questions, contact us at 707-253-4431.
The Napa County Office of Education operates the Crossroads School, which is a fully accredited year-round school with one full time teacher and two teacher's aids. Your child will attend school Monday through Friday and have the ability to earn a high school diploma while in custody. For any further questions, contact us at 707-253-4431.
Physical education and recreation are part of the schedule every day. The Juvenile Hall features courtyards on each unit and a covered exercise yard. All used for organized sports and physical activities. Your youth will have the opportunity to access the Juvenile Hall library each week. For any further questions, contact us at 707-253-4431.
24 hours medical care is provided by California Forensic Medical Group (CFMG) Inc. CFMG medical staff is also on charge of dispensing prescribed medications daily to residents. For any further questions, contact us at 707-253-4431.
You are here at Napa County Juvenile Hall because you have been arrested for breaking the law or violating your probation terms. You have been brought into secure custody until further decisions can be made about whether you will stay or be released. For any further questions, contact us at 707-253-4431.
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