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Community Health Napa Valley is a leading center for community-based care delivery and resources in the North Bay for individuals and families experiencing the transitions of aging, living with serious illness, or facing the end of life.
What Makes Community Health Napa Valley Unique?
Community Health Napa Valley is the only nonprofit (501c3) provider of hospice services, based in the Napa Valley, where we have served for nearly four decades. Our agency offers a continuum of care for individuals and families, tailoring teams of professionals – which may include physicians, nurses, social workers, volunteers, spiritual counselors, and occupational, physical, and speech therapists – to address the needs of each individual and family.
Our spectrum of services is offered through two divisions – Community Health Napa Valley and Hospice Napa Valley – and four service lines. Community Health Napa Valley offers Alzheimer’s services, our award-winning Day Program, and Palliative Services; Hospice Napa Valley offers end-of-life care and bereavement services. This continuum of care makes it possible for us to partner with individuals and families who need us during every step of life’s major transitions.
We’re innovative, we’re values-driven, we’re firmly established! Join the Community Health Napa Valley team, and see how you can further your career in service to others.
Bilingual Spanish Speaking Bereavement Counselor
The Grief Counselor implements the agency's Grief Services. Provides or arranges for grief services to families and friends after the death of Collabria Care patients. Assists in the delivery of grief support services to the community including some individual and group counseling. Acts as a resource for and provides training to staff and volunteers on grief. Provides flexible scheduling to allow for some evening and/or weekend groups or classes.