Join Us at the Light Up a Life
Community Memorial Service
CrossWalk Community Church
2590 1st Street in Napa
Sunday, December 3, 3 p.m.
The service will include music performed by the Vintage High School Chamber Choir, spoken reflections, and a memorial candle lighting.
Together we will create a supportive and uplifting atmosphere. Come by yourself, with your family, or a friend and be comforted as you share a special moment of remembrance this holiday season.
Do You Know About PACE?
(Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly)
PACE is an innovative full-service Healthcare and senior services program to keep you healthy and living at home. Watch this short video to find out more, visit our website, or call 707-254-4159 (TTY: 1-800-855-2880) to speak with a member of the PACE team.
We are proud to be selected for Napa Valley CanDo’s 2023 Give!Guide! This community wide annual program raises crucial funds for local nonprofits, including our organization! This year’s campaign runs through December 31, 2023 and we hope you will consider making a donation today!
Dementia 101 Caregiver Training
Starting January 2024
Being a caregiver for someone with dementia can be very stressful. This series of classes provides helpful techniques to care for the patient—and yourself—and to give you a better understand the progression of the disease. Classes are offered as a free community service.
Connect with Others Caring for Someone
with a Chronic Health Condition
Monthly Care Partner Support Group
Whether you have been caring for someone for many years or recently find yourself a new care-partner, our support group can help you connect with others experiencing similar situations.
Community Grief Support
Holidays and anniversaries are often difficult times for those who have lost loved ones, especially in the early days following a death. There are so many traditions and memories that evoke deep sadness for their loss.
We have a number of Grief Support programs available for community members. Visit CommunityHealthNV.org/Grief or call 707-258-9080 for more information.
10 Tips for Lowering Holiday Stress
“Sometimes we get so caught up in the traditions of the season that it detracts from the true meaning of the holidays,” says Willa Decker, MSN, MA, RN, FNP-BC, clinical assistant professor and mental health expert at the Texas A&M College of Nursing.
“In the long run, stress can have a debilitating effect on our overall health,” Decker noted. “Around 75 to 95 percent of people in hospitals are admitted due to stress-related symptoms.”