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Places of worship and cultural celebration and hair salons and barber shops are now permitted to reopen in Napa County with modifications.

Thursday May 28th

Updates on testing, places of worship and hair salons and barber shops:

COVID-19 testing is encouraged for all adults that live or work in Napa County.  Testing confirms whether an individual actively has COVID-19 and may be spreading the virus without symptoms. Testing is a key data point for the State of California to consider re-opening and therefore general public participation is critical.

  • Repeat testing is now available and is recommended for those with community exposure and is recommended every 14 days.
  • COVID-19 testing is by appointment only for those 18 or older. To complete an online assessment and register for a drive-through testing appointment, visit: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2776/COVID-19-Testing
  • Walk-ins are not permitted at the testing site. An appointment is required and details on how to access the testing site will be provided once an appointment is made. 
  • As part of the screening, you may be asked if you have insurance, however, insurance is not required to be tested.
  • Appointments are scheduled through the online portal no more than three days in advance. If appointments are full, we recommend checking back the next morning to schedule an appointment. 
  • If you have difficulty accessing the testing site, need assistance in Spanish, or have a child under 18 that needs testing, please call 707-253-4540 for assistance. 
  • More information on testing: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2776/COVID-19-Testing


Napa County has received many questions about what is permitted to operate now that Napa County has been approved for Expanded Stage 2.  We’ve prepared Frequently Asked Questions for the General Public and the Business Community.

You can view them here: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2739/Coronavirus

Places of worship and cultural celebration and hair salons and barber shops are now permitted to reopen in Napa County with modifications. Details on the State’s minimum requirements can be found here: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2840/Industry-Guidance

Businesses and organizations permitted to reopen must also complete and post the County’s Social Distancing Protocol (Appendix A) that can be found here: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2813/Shelter-at-Home-Order       

Per the State’s guidance, services at hair salons and barber shops are limited to hair related services and require face coverings be worn by the client and the provider at all times.  Services that require the touching of the face remain prohibited. Nail salons, make-up services, massage therapy , aestheticians and tattoo parlors remain prohibited at this time.

Just because a business sector is eligible to operate, does not mean they are required to operate or will open. Each business or eligible organization must comply with state guidance and implement the appropriate modifications in order to reopen.  

While limited businesses and services are reopen in Napa County, the shelter at home order remains in effect statewide. This means that activities like shopping, dining out and recreation should be limited to the members of your household. Private and public gatherings of more than one household remain prohibited at this time.


Eligible Napa County Businesses May Now Open

Tuesday, May 19th

To download a copy of the Napa County Recovery Roadmap v3.0 click here.

Napa County’s Expanded Stage 2 Variance Form has been approved by the State of California. Businesses that meet the State of California’s Stage 2 criteria can now open with appropriate modifications.

Eligible businesses include: childcare, office businesses when telework is not possible, residential cleaning and maintenance services, outdoor museums, retail stores, dine-in restaurants and schools. For information on required modifications and guidance from the State of California, please visit: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2840/Industry-Guidance

We also encourage eligible Stage 2 Businesses to review the face covering requirements at: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2739/Coronavirus


Free Food Calendar, Mental Health Support and COVID-19 Testing.

Monday, May 18

General Public encouraged to participate in COVID-19 Testing.

COVID-19 testing is now available to all adults that live or work in Napa County. Testing confirms whether an individual actively has COVID-19 and may be spreading the virus without symptoms. Testing is a key data point for the State of California to consider re-opening and therefore general public participation is critical.
 
COVID-19 testing is by appointment only for those 18 or older, regardless of symptoms. To complete an online assessment and register for a drive-through testing appointment, visit: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2776/COVID-19-Testing

  • Walk-ins are not permitted at the testing site. An appointment is required and details on how to access the testing site will be provided once an appointment is made.   
  • As part of the screening, you may be asked if you have insurance, however, insurance is not required to be tested. 
  • Appointments are scheduled through the online portal no more than three days in advance. If appointments are full, we recommend checking back the next morning to schedule an appointment. 

If you have difficulty accessing the testing site, need assistance in Spanish, or have a child under 18 that needs testing, please call 707-253-4540 for assistance. 
 
Frequently Asked Questions on testing can be viewed here: https://www.countyofnapa.org/2776/COVID-19-Testing

Who do I call if I need support? (707) 253-4540

FOOD AND EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

View a free food calendar for Napa County: https://readynapacounty.org/food

Apply for CalFresh emergency assistance. Emergency assistance applications are by phone appointment (707) 253-4511

Apply for CalWorks employment assistance. Emergency services by phone appointment (707) 253-4511

Meals on Wheels: If you are homebound and 60+ years old and need support accessing meals please call (707) 253-6100

 WIC supplemental food assistance for children ages 0-5, pregnant and postpartum women (707) 253-4853

 Napa County Career Point: https://www.countyofnapa.org/422/Employment-Assistance (707) 253-4134

Napa County Information Line: Information and support related to COVID-19 can be viewed here: https://readynapacounty.org/. Call (707) 253-4540 (Monday-Friday, 8-12 pm. and 1-8 pm.) Call center staff speak English and Spanish and can provide referrals to critical information and resources: Food Assistance, Health Coverage, Testing Information, Mental Health, Financial Assistance, Health Order Information, Utilities, Housing topics & General questions.


Need Assistance?

FOOD AND EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE 
Apply for CalFresh emergency assistance. Emergency assistance applications are by phone appointment (707) 253-4511.  
Apply for CalWorks employment assistance. Emergency services by phone appointment (707) 253-4511. 
Meals on Wheels: If you are homebound and 60+ years old and need support accessing meals please call: (707) 253-6100. 
WIC supplemental food assistance for children ages 0-5, pregnant and postpartum women: (707) 253-4853 

HEALTHCARE RESOURCES 
County Healthcare Information: Medi-Cal is for low-income children and adults. There are different types and an eligibility worker at the County will be able to explain which program is best for a client’s situation.  
Main: (707) 253-4511 
Toll Free: (800) 464-4214 
TTY: (800) 877-8339  

Community Health Initiative (CHI): CHI’s offers health insurance enrollment and re-enrollment assistance as well as personal follow-up to assist you in accessing services through Medi-Cal, Medicare and Covered California. Contact CHI to schedule an appointment. Main: (707) 227-0830. 

COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES FOR OLDER ADULTS Information specifically for older adults: IHHS, Medi-Cal, CalFresh, Adult Protective Services, and Veterans Office, call (707) 253-3818. 

EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 
Emergency Financial Assistance offered through On the Move and Up Valley Family Centers: 

American Canyon, Napa, and Yountville: Call (707) 363-8390 or email efa@onthemovebayarea.org 
North Napa County (north of Yountville): Call (707) 965-5010 or email efa@upvalleyfamilycenters.org 
 
Season of Sharing (SOS) for individuals and families in crisis to pay for housing and emergency needs that cannot be met through other resources. Assistance includes rental/mortgage payment assistance, security deposit, medical equipment not covered by insurance, delinquent utilities, non-routine auto repairs (restrictions apply), and critical dental cost. (707) 299-1890. 

Family and Community Resource Centers: These centers can help with general questions about food access and provide range of family support services: Up Valley Family Centers (707) 965-5010, On the Move (707) 363-8390, ParentsCAN (707) 253-7444, Puertas Abiertas (707) 224-1786, Catholic Charities (707) 890-0211, Cope Family Center (707) 252-1123, NEWS (707) 252-3687 (Services to support victims of domestic & sexual abuse) 

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES 
Aldea Children & Family Services is available by phone for children’s mental health needs while shelter-at-home order is in place: (707) 253-0123.  

Exodus Recovery Crisis Stabilization Services offers mental health crisis services. Open 24/7 crisis line: (707) 253-4711.  

LGBTQ Connection offers LGBTQ-friendly, free, drop-in counseling by phone appointment Main: (707) 948-6640.  

Mentis: Napa’s Center offers affordable mental health care to individuals of most ages in English and Spanish. Mentis Intake Line is available by phone while shelter-at-home order is in place (707) 255-0966 extension 132.  

Napa County Mental Health offers mental health assessments and referrals to a variety of other mental health services. Napa County 
Mental Health is currently operating a warm line support service (Monday through Friday 8 a.m. -5 p.m.) for individuals of all ages who are experiencing anxiety, stress, worry, depression, etc. related to COVID-19. Call (707) 259-8151 or (800) 648-8650.  

Child Welfare Emergency Line. Call (707) 253-4261 or Toll Free at (800) 464-4216(After Hours) to report cases of child abuse or neglect. 

Adult Protective Services call (toll free) (888) 619-6913 if you suspect that an elder or dependent adult is being physically abused, neglected, or financially exploited 

ANIMAL WELFARE 
Jameson Rescue Ranch: Provides support for food and animal care, especially for individuals who are homebound. Call (707) 927-3536.

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