“Opening the doors to a brighter future and a stronger community.”
Napa Police Department Outreach works to build a rapport with clients while introducing them to the many services available here in Napa County. We work as advocates, case managers and housing counselors to help our clients find the services that will lead to long term stable housing. This effort strengthens the community by giving those in need a hand up while working to reduce non-emergency calls to vital law enforcement and fire services in Napa County.
Winter or hot summer, this is a hard place to call home. Ask us how to enter the shelters, get hot showers, food, addiction recovery services, mental health services, medical services and most of all a new home!
- What is the City of Napa doing about homelessness?
- How do we do this?
- Who is responsible for dealing with homeless?
- Why are there so many homeless people in the City now?
- When should I call the police?
- What if someone is endangering another person or appears to be in immediate danger or suffering a mental health crisis (seems very disoriented, is screaming, is destroying things)?
- What if someone is harassing people walking by or obstructing entrance to a storefront?
- What if I am concerned about a homeless encampment?
- What is the best way to help the homeless?
- What if someone is in need of clothing or shoes?
- What if someone is hungry and asking for food or in need of a meal?
- What if someone is homeless and in need of housing?
- What if someone needs resources to stay in their current housing (security deposit, furniture, car repair funds, etc.)?
- What if someone needs non-emergency medical attention?
- What if someone is in need of mental health support?
- What if someone is living on the street or in an encampment and needs general help?
- What if a homeless person in not in the City of Napa, but elsewhere in Napa County?
- What if a homeless person is a minor?
- Who do I call if I see a someone being abused?
- What success have we seen in Napa?