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NAPA COUNTY SITES

Site
Phone
Contact
Website
Last Updated
Aldea Children and Family Services Human Resources- see website Human Resources- see website

http://aldeainc.org/acouncel2.html

5/2007
Progress Foundation (415)995-9888 Dr. Murray Levine

http://www.progressfoundation.org

4/2007
Napa Unified School District Counseling Program (707) 255-8112 x1 Loretta Silvagni, LCSW

n/a

3/2007

Napa Valley College, Student Health Services (707)253-3227 Denise Layton, MFT   11/07
         

 

County:

Napa and Solano

Name of Organization:

Aldea Children and Family Services

Type of Agency:

Non-profit organization

Location:

PO Box 841 Napa or

2310 First St., Napa, 94559

Client Population Served:

Children, families and adults with developmental disabilities in Napa and Solano Counties

Services Provided:

Outpatient services (Solano, ages 4-18; Napa, ages 3 to adult); School based day treatment program for high school students; youth diversion program; 24-7 level 12 residential treatment facility for SED (severely emotionally disturbed) children; non-public school.

Contact Person:

Linda Short (HR deparment)

Telephone:

http://aldeainc.org/contact.html

E-mail:

lshort@aldeainc.org

Other Supervisors:

Program specific—see details on website

Theoretical Orientation:

Milieu; Family Systems; Behavioral; Feminist Theories and Brief Psychodynamic Therapy

Specialized Populations/Services:

Crisis intervention; medication management; liaison with other county providers; art therapy; psychological evaluation.

Special Remarks:

Letter of intent

Link to Agency: http://aldeainc.org/acouncel2.html

 

 

2004, updated 5/2007

 

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Name of Organization:

Napa Valley College

Type of Agency:

Non-profit corporation

Location:

2277 Napa Vallejo Highway

Client Population Served:

student of the community college

Services Provided:
Individual and Group counseling

Contact Person:

Denise Layten, MFT

707-253-3227

Fax:

E-Mail

Theoretical Orientation:

Solution Focused, CBT, Psychodynamic

Specialized Populations/Services:

Special Remarks:

Link to Agency: None

County:

Napa

Name of Organization:

Progress Foundation

Type of Agency:

Non-profit corporation

Location:

3133 Laurel Street Napa, CA 94558

Client Population Served:

Severely Emotionally Disturbed Adults

Services Provided:
The Progress Foundation operates 3 alterative MH programs in the city of Napa for adults. Programs provide three levels of community based residential treatment. Progress place provides crises: Randolph House, sub acute (3 months); Laurel House long term (1 yr); residential treatment. All programs provide intensive milieu and Biopsychosocial treatment. These programs operate under contract with Napa County Mental Health and are certified and licensed by the appropriate departments of the State of California .

Contact Person:

Dr. Murray Levine Clinical Director Progress Place

(415)995-9888

Fax:

(415) 543-1932

E-Mail

murlev@comcast.net

Theoretical Orientation:

Social rehabilitation

Specialized Populations/Services:

Severely Emotionally Disturbed Adults ages 18+

Special Remarks:

Programs are a part of the Napa County Mental Health system and accept referrals from county personnel.

Please note that Progress Foundation in San Francisco is not taking practicum trainees at this time.

Link to Agency:

www.progressfoundation.org

 

2004, 3/2007, 4/2007

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County:

Napa

Name of Organization:

Napa Unified School District Counseling Program

Type of Agency:

School

Location:

832 School Street Suite #2 Napa California 94559

Client Population Served:

Children from kindergarten to elementary school age.

Services Provided:

Individual and Group therapy with children.

Contact Person:

Loretta Silvagni, LCSW

Telephone:

(707) 255-8112 x1

E-mail:

Lorettasilvagni@hotmail.com

Theoretical Orientation:

Pragmatic, Eclectic, Play Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral.

Specialized Populations/Services:

Special Remarks:

Students are required to attend 16-21 hours a week. One hour Individual and one hour group supervision provided. There are weekly meetings, bi-weekly case conferences and monthly seminars and workshops.

Link to Agency:

n/a

 

3/2007

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