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Social Security Administration (SSA)
Learn about and apply for benefits.

Office of Clients Rights
Work with people with disabilities to advance their legal rights, help them to have the supports they need. Has a collection of publications related to Social Security benefits.

Medi-Cal Dental Programs
Provides Medi-Cal beneficiaries with access to high-quality dental care.

Medi-Cal Program
​​​Medi-Cal is California’s Medicaid program. This is a public health insurance program which provides needed health care services for low-income individuals including families with children, seniors, persons with disabilities, foster care, pregnant women, and low income people with specific diseases.

Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts are a new savings option that allow individuals, who became disabled before the age of 26, to save and invest in a tax-advantaged account, without jeopardizing their ability to collect Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

CalFresh is for people with low-income who meet federal income eligibility rules and want to add to their budget to put healthy and nutritious food on the table.

California Dept of Social Services
(916) 651-8848
Financial assistance including CalFresh.

Center for Independent Living – Napa and Sonoma

Bayberry House (Napa, Solano, Sonoma Counties)
Bayberry provides Supported Living Services (SLS) and other residential supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Lake, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties. These services take place in the individuals’ home.

Moving Forward Towards Independence (Napa)
Residential program with graduated levels of support.

Vine Village (Napa)
Vine Village’s residential program provides a warm, supportive living environment in two pleasant ranch homes plus a cottage near Napa. Residents may either have a private room or share with one roommate.

A Bright Future (Napa)
ILS services support getting and keeping a job.

Collabira (Napa)
Offers a day program.

Inclusion Services (Sonoma, Napa, Solano)
Adaptive skills training.

Napa Valley PSI (Napa)
Napa Valley Products, Services & Industries is a non-profit organization providing work training, work opportunities, and job placement services for adults with disabilities.

Napa Valley Support Services (Napa)
Supports individuals with disabilities find and maintain jobs. They also have a small, art-focused day program.

PAVE – Partnerships for Action. Voices for Empowerment.
PAVE has published an online Glossary of Key Terms for Life After High School Planning

Vine Village (Napa)
Vine Village’s Arts and Agriculture Country Day Program offers people with developmental disabilities from the greater Napa community a wide range of activities, including studio arts, multi-media and computer skills, continuing academic education, gardening, animal care, horses, nature study, field trips, social events, music, drama and more.

VOICES (Napa and Sonoma County Location)
Serves youth ages 16 – 24 transitioning out of foster care, group homes, mental health, and probation. Programs in youth leadership and advocacy, college and career exploration and readiness, housing and independent living, support applying for and maintaining CalFresh (Food Stamps) and County Medical Services Program (Medi-Cal).

Wine Bev Services – United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay (UCPNB) Program (Napa)
An employment program of United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay.

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