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For information about rental assistance programs such as Section 8 vouchers, senior rental, self sufficiency programs and affordable housing programs such as first time homebuyers, housing rehabilitation, and development of affordable housing contact:
Housing Division City of Napa
http://www.cityofnapa.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=218&Itemid=290

For information about the availability of subsidized affordable housing units for low-income families and farm workers, contact:
Napa Valley Community Housing
http://www.nvch.org/index.htm

For information about housing for at-risk young adults, people with chronic disabilities, and transitional housing for single young mothers, pregnant or with children under five years of age, contact:
Catholic Charities
http://www.srcharities.org/services/homeless.html

For information about housing programs serving young adults and adults with serious mental illness in affordable supported housing contact:
Buckelew Programs
http://www.buckelew.org/about/faqs.htm

For community based services to assist people with developmental disabilities who wish to live on their own contact:
Becoming Independent
http://www.becomingindependent.org/index3.htm

For information about permanent housing and support services for homeless or at risk of homeless individuals with disabilities that meet specific income guidelines and needs, or transitional housing that provides support and structure for adults with a mental disability contact:
Family Service of Napa Valley
http://www.familyservicenapa.org/housing.html

For information about community-based residential treatment and supported housing program alternatives to institutional treatment for individuals with mental disabilities contact:
Progress Foundation
http://www.progressfoundation.org/index.html

For temporary emergency shelter for homeless men, women and children and resources to assist them in acquiring the skills and assets necessary to obtain and maintain permanent housing and self-sufficiency contact:
Napa Valley Shelter project, a program of Community Action of Napa Valley
http://www.canv.org/CanV-Shelter.pdf

For information about refuge for women and children suffering from domestic violence contact
Napa Emergency Womens Services (NEWS)
http://www.napanews.org/

For free bilingual legal assistance to seniors, immigrants, and low-income residents of Napa County who need legal representation regarding housing problems contact:
Legal Aid of Napa Valley
http://www.legalaidnapa.org/index.html

For information about affordable housing for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families contact:
North Bay Housing Coalition
http://www.northbayhousingcoalition.org/about.htm

For information about no cost installation of ramps, lifts, grab-bars, and other devices to assist people who are disabled or become disabled have access to their homes contact:
Disability Services and Legal Center
http://www.cri-dove.org/

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