What They Do:

Provide bilingual professional mental health services to residents throughout Napa County of every age, stage, and income level. Equip people with the tools they need to live emotionally healthy lives, creating a community of enduring strength. They are the only local mental health provider that accepts uninsured clients.

Each day Mentis’ staff of clinicians work to counsel, support and coach those who need help overcoming the hurdles that life throws at all of us. They provide access to mental health care that is affordable, close to where people live/work, and specific to a client’s language and culture.

Mentis continues to serve with the substantial increase in need across all age groups for mental health treatment due to multiple incidences of natural disaster, violence, and fear of deportation.

Everybody needs support at times and without Mentis in our community, many people would needlessly suffer in silence.

Other Ways to Help:

Mentis is developing a new comprehensive volunteer program including an Ambassador Program. Positions include:

  • Mentis Ambassador
  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • Event Volunteer, day of event only
  • Development Committee Member
  • Press Release Writer
  • E-newsletter Writer
  • Success Story Writer
  • Gala Committee Member
  • Finance Committee Member
  • Photographer/Videographer
  • IT Consultant(s)

Business Partners:

Our thanks to WSI NextGen Marketing for providing matching funds and a special opportunity to donors of Mentis through the Give!Guide.

Our thanks to KVON/KVYN for offering a special opportunity to donors of Mentis through the Give!Guide.


I am so proud to donate and volunteer for Mentis. The need for mental health services has radically increased since the fire. Mentis stepped up to help those traumatized and facing profound life challenges.

~ Linda Parzych ,Realtor & Gala Volunteer

  1. Bruce and Carole Heid
  2. Caroline Templeton
  3. mark freund
  4. Jane Zastrow
  5. Anonymous
  6. Anonymous
  7. Anonymous
  8. Melinda Walker
  9. James and Suzanne Bronk
  10. Sandra and Dean Hansen
  11. Anonymous
  12. Robert Van Der Velde
  13. Julia Winiarski
  14. Sharyn Fuller in honor of the memory of Eleanor & Wesley Meyer
  15. Gerane W. Park
  16. Hilary Zunin in honor of ...the CanDo Spirit as embodied in volunteers throughout our communities. It takes a Valley!
  17. Andrea Marquardt
  18. Harris Nussbaum in honor of Johanna Muth / Sunrise Horse Rescue
  19. Anonymous
  20. Terry Wunderlich in honor of Chris Ligouri
  21. Terry Wunderlich in honor of Cassandra Dudum
  22. Kristine Haataja
  23. Lori Pesavento in honor of Sandy West
  24. Anonymous
  25. Kelli Marchbanks
  26. Mark Andersen
  27. Bruce Ketron and Debra Inman
  28. Mary & Michael Herzog
  29. Jeffrey Richard
  30. Lorri McAuliffe in honor of Linda Barnes
  31. Penny Pawl
  32. Patricia Williams in honor of Samantha Williams
  33. Markley Sutton, Ph.D.
  34. Anonymous
  35. Next Gen Marketing Inc in honor of Matching Funds
  36. Sherri Fidel
  37. David and Lana Stanley
  38. Anonymous
  39. John Heflebower
  40. Maureen Theunissen
  41. Carol Nelsen
  42. Billie Hewitt
  43. Joyce Wiggin
  44. Michael Borck
  45. Larry and Adrienne Amdahl
  46. Carrie Hays
  47. Florence Whisenant
  48. Virginia T. Means in honor of Michael G. Means
  49. David Bantly
  50. Paul Reiser
  51. Christopher Barefoot in honor of Sandra Barefoot
  52. Jacqueline Jackson
  53. Anonymous
  54. Vicki Green
  55. Anonymous
  56. Richard Faenzi & Peggy Eriksen
  57. Christopher Barefoot in honor of John Henry Martin
  58. Christopher Barefoot in honor of Richard Purkey
  59. John Lansingh
  60. Dr. Bret Johnson
  61. Laura Webb in honor of My mom
  62. Rob Weiss
  63. Kim Brown Sims
  64. Sarah Moore & David Begler in honor of Mentis staff
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