Community Health Napa Valley is a leading center in community-based care delivery and resources in the North Bay for those facing the transitions of aging, chronic illness, or the end of life.
Since we were founded as Hospice of Napa Valley in 1979, our South Jefferson Health Center has become a leading center for community-based care delivery and resources in the Napa County, for those facing transitions of aging, Alzheimer’s disease and other serious illness or the end of life. Formerly known as Collabria Care we are now part of the Providence health system, and our services include:
- Providence Hospice of Napa Valley
- Providence Palliative Care of Napa Valley
- Providence Adult Day Care of Napa Valley
We continue to provide expert professional care, support, and education to our community as we have over the last four decades.
Our award-winning programs are created to respond to the current needs of our community, and additional programs are designed with a look towards the future needs of our aging population.
Hospice of Napa Valley opens as a program of St. Helena Hospital and becomes the first hospice in Napa County.
Agency approves to offer Hospice Medicare benefit.
Hospice moves to Napa as a partnership between St. Helena Hospital and Queen of the Valley Medical Center.
Hospice of Napa Valley, Inc. becomes an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit agency.
Adult Day Health Services (ADS) program opens; Agency moves to Claremont Way in Napa.
Hospice adds the Alzheimer’s Day Care Resource Center (ADCRC); funds provided by the Area Agency on Aging.
Hospice of Napa Valley receives a Circle of Life Citation of Honor from the American Hospital Association for innovations in end-of-life care.
Capital Campaign begins to fund new building; Garden Haven Adult Day Center becomes part of ADS.
Bylaws amended to change governance structure of the organization, allowing for more participation from the Community regarding Board and Committee involvement.
Tax-exempt bonds sold and construction begins on new property.
Moved into new building at 414 S. Jefferson Street.
Name changed to Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services (NVHADS).
Public Portion of the Capital Campaign begins with the Rombauer $1 million dollar challenge.
Launched Transitions Palliative Care program.
Opened La Boheme, an upscale resale store as a new philanthropic initiative to support NVHADS. Launched Hospital 2 Home program designed to assist hospitals with reducing readmissions for those who have been discharged with diagnosis of heart attack, congestive heart failure, and pneumonia.
Opened La Boheme Act 2, a thrift shop as a new philanthropic initiative. Launched Honoring Choices Napa Valley, a community collaboration aimed at the advancement of Advance Care Planning.
Capital Campaign closed after exceeding target of $9.5 million. Celine Regalia named Outstanding Healthcare Professional of the year by the Napa Chamber of Commerce.
Launched Partners in Palliative Care Pilot. 2015 Leadership Award from Coalition of Compassionate Care of California. 2015 Organizational Award from California Hospice & Palliative Care Organization Completed Solar project. Refinanced bond with $2M mortgage.
Completed major rebranding project including a name change from Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services to Collabria Care. Gold Pinnacle Award for ADS from the NuStep Corporation.
Launched the UpValley Village, a membership program for seniors Launched Information and Assistance Service for older adults, funded by the AAA. La Boheme named nonprofit of the year by the St. Helena Chamber of Commerce.
Collabria Care integrates with St. Joseph Home Care Network.
Launches the Dementia-Capable Napa County project funded by a federal government grant.
Offers Cardiac Hospice Service.
Rebrands to the Providence Health system.