Maternal Mental Health Resources

The health and wellness of you and your family is important to Napa Moms. The following is a list of care providers that seek to positively impact maternal mental health here in Napa. If you have a provider you would like to see added to this list please email

Maternal Mental Healthcare Providers


National Suicide Prevention Hotline and Website

Call for yourself or someone you care about; free and confidential; network of more than 140 crisis centers nationwide; available 24/7.

Crisis Text Line

Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the USA, anytime, about any type of crisis.

Aldea Children & Family Services

1801 Oak St Napa, CA 94559

email :

phone: 888.99.ALDEA (25332)

“Our mission is to improve lives and create bright futures for people we serve by providing professional mental health, child welfare and support services in a manner that respects the dignity and individuality of each person.”

Community Outreach at Queen of the Valley

Maternity and Family-Centered Education

3448 Villa Lane Suite 102 Napa 94558

email :

phone: 707.251.2050

“Community Outreach offers a wide range of classes designed to help expecting moms, dads and families make informed, healthy choices about their pregnancy, birth, and early child-rearing.”

Perinatal Emotional Wellness, Free counseling available
3448 Villa Lane Suite 102 Napa 94558
email :
phone: 707.251.2051
“For a caring, non-judgmental sounding-board for any thoughts or feelings that concern you, please contact us. A licensed therapist will return your message. All calls or visits are free and confidential”

Cope Family Center

707 Randolph Street Napa, CA 94559
email :
phone: 707.252.1123
“Our mission is to empower parents, nurture children and strengthen communities. We provide parents with the education, resources and support they need to raise children who thrive.”

Innovations Community Center

3281 Solano Ave, Napa CA 94558
phone: 707.259.8692
“The Innovations Community Center explores the complex interplay between mental health services and aging, poverty, race, immigration status, sexual identity and substance abuse. The Center promotes collaborative relationships between mental health consumers and Napa County mental health practitioners.”


Emily Owen Folan, PhD, BSN, CPpD, Little Nest Postpartum Services

phone: 510.393.7579
“Little Nest provides a continuum of services from planning for the fourth trimester while you're still pregnant, to postpartum doula services once baby has arrived, to developmental infant care and parent coaching up through the first postnatal year. Every family has their own hopes and wishes for this special time, and each family's needs are unique. No matter what your individual goals are, my ultimate purpose is to help your family have the best start possible.”

Dr. Kuzirian at Napa Child Wellness

phone: 707.418-8463

“I provide mental health services for pregnant and postpartum moms dealing with depression and anxiety. I also offer parent coaching for parents of young children which can alleviate stress normal to a new sibling in the family.”


709 Franklin St Napa 94559
email :
phone: 707.252.1123
“Dedicated to the emotional health and wellbeing of all Napa County residents, Mentis provides bi-lingual, affordable mental health services to people of every age, stage and income level.”

Napa Psychological Services
email :
phone: 707.266.6652
“Providing psychological services to children, adolescents, and adults in the Napa Valley. Specialty in trauma and forensic services. Dr. Correa uses a strength-based approach to resolving problems and believes in empowering patients through periods of difficulty. Initial consultation is always free of charge.”

Postpartum Support International

The PSI warm line can be reached at 1-800-944-4773 (4PPD). Volunteers offer encouragement, information, and treatment resources in your community.
“We provide direct peer support to families, train professionals, and are a bridge between the two.”

2020 Mom Group


phone: 626.390.4173

“Closing gaps in maternal mental health care through education collaboration, and advocacy.”


County of Napa Mental Health Napa Valley, Suicide Prevention Council

Napa Valley Crisis Line: 707.253.4711

“The Council’s purpose is to support existing local suicide prevention and stigma reduction efforts, identify and fill gaps in suicide prevention approaches, and develop an overarching County suicide prevention plan. All of these activities are designed to support the elimination of suicide in Napa County.”

Emily Marie Booth, Doula, Over the Moon Postpartum Care

email: ​

phone: 707.294.4044
“Over The Moon Postpartum Care is here to help you become the parent you know yourself to be. If you have questions, comments or special requests, I would love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.”

FIT4MOM Napa Valley, Stroller Strides

2590 First Street, Napa 94558

phone: 707.492.5516
“A group of incredible moms that get together to exercise, but it’s so much more than that. These women support one another, lift each other up, laugh together and relate to the motherhood struggles. First class is free.”

Jennifer Hampton at Moxie Licensed Clinical Social Worker Corp.

1219 Coombs St, Ste D, Napa 94559


email: ​

phone: 707.690.0745
“I provide ​mental health​ therapy and coaching for pregnant and postpartum moms and their partners as well

as free support groups for pregnancy loss and postpartum concerns. I also offer education on couples communication and parenting.”

Dr. Daniel Haycraft at Adventist Health

821 S St Helena Hwy Suite 2 St. Helena, California 94574

phone: 707.967.7551
Accepting new patients upon referral from a primary care physician or OB. Accepting most large PPO Insurances (no HMOs).

Dr. Charles Hudson Adventist Health Group

email: ​​ (Leanne Pyzer) phone: 707.995.5689

Accepting new patients upon referral from a primary care physician or OB. Accepting most large PPO Insurances as well as medicare and partnership (no HMOs). 

Tele-help available.


Dr. Tim Locke​ ​at Napa Interfaith Counseling
phone: 707.659.6911
email: ​

Insurance not accepted, patients are offered a sliding scale for counseling services. No referral needed.
“Pastoral counseling is like counseling you might seek from any other therapist, except pastoral counselors also have professional training in spirituality and faith in addition to their clinical training in behavioral science. We can help you include the resources of your own spiritual understanding or faith tradition as we work with you to resolve what brings you to counseling.”

Psychology Today’s List of Therapists in Napa (with identified specialty in postpartum care)

MOPS (Moms of Preschoolers) at Grace Church of Napa

3765 Solano Ave. Napa, CA 94558

“Come gather with us as we meet and discuss issues that every mom faces, enjoy a hot cup of coffee and light breakfast together. Each meeting will bring about a new and exciting topic and a chance to get to know moms in our community better and provide the chance for them to get to know what it's like to have a relationship with Jesus.”

For more information, email and stay tuned for a chance to register to be a part of MOPS. MOPS will meet every other Tuesday from 930-11am in the Fireside Room.