Collabria Care continues to provide our full range of services, with adaptation to ensure the health and safety of our patients, program participants, staff, and the general public. This is a current summary of the current state of our programs and services.

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414 South Jefferson St. remains closed to the public
There are a few exceptions, for example, deliveries are still being received. Please do not show up at the building without prior arrangement.


Hospice & Palliative Services
No change. Staff continues to be available 24/7, following all infection control and screening protocols.

Day Program
The Day Program has moved to a mobile model with services continuing to be offered by phone, online, and through home visits. Staff can be contacted by phone, at 707.258.9087, Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Onsite services have been suspended for now. Family consultations continue to be available.

“We are now offering a full calendar of online activities for our Day Program Participants,” writes Jill Wood, Program Director. “You can see an example from this week’s schedule below.

SCHEDULE – Example
Aug. 3 – BINGO with Pat 11:00
Aug. 3 – Breathe, Stretch, 12:00
Aug. 3 – Meditate with Veronna 1:30
Aug. 3 – Karaoke with Liz and Gary 3:00
Aug. 4 – Exercise with Dolores and Barbara 11:30
Aug. 4 – Art with Liz and Rosa 1:00
Aug. 4 – Allan’s Music Memory 3:00
Aug. 5 – Sports Talk with Barbara 11:30
Aug. 5 –Support Group with Anthonia 1:30
Aug. 5 – Science with Terry 3:00

We are increasingly training participants and/or their caregivers who have not yet participated, so they can access Zoom, and join in the fun.

This has been an especially difficult time for our participants’ caregivers who are now giving their loved ones 24/7 care. Many of them badly need respite, and we are working to provide some solutions for them.

Information & Assistance
I&A is open, Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and is actively supporting seniors through this crisis. Spanish language support is available. Call Tiffanie at 707.253.4248 for assistance.

“The phone is ringing constantly, with assistance requests from seniors all over the county, ” writes Program manager, Tiffanie Walker. ” At the beginning of the Shelter in Place, we had many requests for food, water, and toilet paper. However, current needs are more complex. We have formed multiple alliances with other local organizations to address them. Our greatest needs right now are:

We are in serious need of Caregivers for the Caregiver Referral Registry to care for seniors in the community. However, in order to provide caregiver services in Napa County, there are some county and state requirements that need to be satisfied. Contact Tiffanie at twalker@collabriacare or call her at 707-253-4248 For more details. These are paid positions.

We are also in need of volunteers who can drive seniors to various appointments. Please contact Anne House at or 707.815.7065.

We appreciate your support and referrals.”

UpValley Village
UpValley Village continues to provide support and connections to the necessary resources to its members by phone. Call Tracy at 707.815.0217 for assistance.

“UpValley Village has continued full operations during the pandemic, “ writes Program Manager, Tracy Rodriguez-Biggs. “We have been able to continue providing support to our members by picking up and delivering items, anything from groceries, medications, and other necessary items. We have also continued to provide medically necessary transportation to our villagers as other means of transportation in the community have become limited.

We are currently transitioning to Emergency Preparedness as we quickly approach Power Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) and Fire Season. We have begun assessing our Village Members and connecting them to emergency preparedness programs and supports. In addition to emergency preparedness, we are also collaborating with other community-based organizations (COAD, Information and Assistance, UVFC and more) to be as up to date on our changing situation and to provide an additional layer of support for our village as well as for the rest of the community.”

Grief Support Groups and Series
One-on-one sessions and support groups are being conducted by phone or video communication (Zoom, Facetime, etc.). Call our main number, 707.258.9080 for assistance.

Caregiver Support
Services available by phone. Call 707.258.9087.

Memory Screenings
Call for an appointment.

Now available online. Call 707.258.9087 for details.

Family Consultations
Conducted by phone only.

Honoring Choices Napa Valley
HCNV has temporarily suspended all events and hospital visits until further notice. For patients in need of Advance Care Planning assistance, please call or email at 707.287.5937 /



Both La Bohème and Act II have reopened. Visit for details and hours. La Bohème’s new online store is open at


Bubbling Over Gala
This year’s event will be held on September 11 and has transformed into a fantastic virtual gala and online auction. More information at