A Team of Specialists
We customize a team of specialists and we develop and implement a plan—in partnership with you—aimed at helping our clients feel more comfortable at this time of life. And we provide much needed respite for family caregivers.
We provide medical care, emotional and psychological support, and give needed “time off” to the family caregivers. In addition, our volunteers may run errands, prepare meals, do light housekeeping, or arrange for a hospital bed.
After a loved one has passed away, we know that grief is a process that takes time. Our professional bereavement counselors stay in touch with hospice families and continue to provide compassionate support.
We’ll be there for you.
Collabria Care Stories
Colin Shelton, usually dependent on a walker or a scooter to get around, walked with his daughter unassisted down the aisle – a rocky path along a lakeshore – thanks to a special program designed by the Collabria Day Program team. Read more »
When our hospice patient and avid sports enthusiast Joyce Donegan, expressed a wish to attend a baseball game, she became the first to take advantage of the program. “Sentimental Journey,“ which makes wishes come true for eligible patients in Napa County. Read more »
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we have suspended or postponed many of our events, support groups, and workshops to protect the wellbeing of our patients, program participants, and their caregivers, as well as our clinical and administrative staff, and dedicated...
Napa Valley Coffee Roasting Company is generously donating 20% of all sales of the exclusive La Bohème blend to support Collabria Care’s programs and services. Our coffee blend will be available beginning November 1 at: Napa Valley Coffee Roasting...
The holiday season can bring mixed emotions for many. For some, it’s their favorite time of year. For others, it brings feelings of sadness and loss. Seeing old friends and family members may be exciting or may bring up memories of disappointments.Do you...
Let’s face it—there’s never a good time to plan for a serious illness or the end of life. It’s even more difficult to talk about it with the people who matter to you.
Only about one-third of adults have an Advance Care Plan* (APC)—the document that specifies your healthcare wishes if you are unable to communicate them yourself, or at the end of life.
Are you good with a sewing machine? Do you have time on your hands? If so, would you consider making some Community Health Masks? They can seriously reduce the risk of infection among our population of patients and program participants.
Our April 15 Caregiver Support Group will be held online! Register today.
Contact Collabria Hospice
If you are unsure when it is appropriate to call for hospice services, Collabria Hospice will be happy to check with your doctor for you. Our staff is ready to respond 24-hours a day, 7 days a week whether you need information, a phone call, or a visit.
414 South Jefferson Street, Napa, California 94559
Phone: (707) 258-9080 | Fax: (707) 258-9096